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Lucile Kathryn Delano [1902-2001] was an author and professor of modern languages at Winthrop College (1947-1966).
Scope and Content Note
The Lucile Kathryn Delano Papers consist of correspondence (1926-1966) relating to Delano’s research and retirement from Winthrop; travel diaries of trips to Spain during the early part of the Spanish Civil War (1936), to Switzerland (1950), and to Russia (1966); a draft of her book Oh Lovely Spain (1973); passports; an account of a trip to Europe in 1932-1933; her dissertation The Sonnet In Lope De Vega’s Comedias (1925); research notes; manuscript for her book Charles De Lannoy; Victor of Pavia; photographs; and newspaper clippings.
The papers of Lucile Kathryn Delano, Winthrop professor and author, were received by the Archives on June 8, 1975 as a gift from Dr. Delano.
Winthrop, Spain, Spanish Civil War, Switzerland, Russia, William Cullen Bryant, Lope DeVega
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Lucile Kathryn Delano Papers - Accession 28". Finding Aid 29.