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Title: Henry L. Mencken Interviewed By Donald Howe Kirkley, Sr.
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Henry L. Mencken - Henry L. Mencken Interviewed By Donald Howe Kirkley, Sr. album download
Interviewee – Henry L. Mencken. Interviewer – Donald Howe Kirkley, Sr. Notes. Recorded June 30, 1948 Microgroove records not designed for automatic playing.
It was as a club reporter on The Sun in 1920 that Mr Kirkley first met Mr Mencken. They were friends from then until the Baltimore Sage's death on January 30th, 1956. At the request of the Library of Congress, . ore
He had always supported her writing, and after her death had a collection of her short stories published under the title Southern Album. On November 23, 1948, Mencken suffered a stroke that left him aware and fully conscious but nearly unable to read or write, and to speak only with some difficulty. Mencken Interviewed by Donald Howe Kirkley, Sr. Washington, DC: Library of Congress, 1948, 1956. Mencken Conversing with Donald Howe Kirkley, Sr. New York: Caedmon, 1957
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Henry Louis Mencken (September 12, 1880 – January 29, 1956) was an American journalist, satirist, cultural critic and scholar of American English. Known as the "Sage of Baltimore", he is regarded as one of the most influential American writers and prose stylists of the first half of the twentieth century. Mencken's longtime home in the Union Square neighborhood of West Baltimore was turned into a city museum, the H. L. Mencken House. His papers were distributed among various city and university libraries, with the largest collection held in the Mencken Room at the central branch of Baltimore's Enoch Pratt Free Library.
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Henry Louis Mencken (1880-1956) was a famous American journalist, essayist, critic of American life and culture, and a scholar of American English. An expert in so many fields, he was called "the Baltimore Sage. But it was not only through his work as a journalist that he was "as famous in America as George Bernard Shaw was in England. The influential literary critic helped launch the Southern and Harlem literary renaissances. This interview above was conducted by Mencken's colleague Donald Howe Kirkley of The Baltimore Sun in a small recording room at the Library of Congress in Washington on June 30, 1948. It gives you a rare chance to hear his voice. Bonus material: The FBI file on . Mencken bot on Twitter.
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- Interviewee – Henry L. Mencken*
- Interviewer – Donald Howe Kirkley, Sr.
NotesRecorded June 30, 1948
Microgroove records not designed for automatic playing
|TC 1082, TC-1082||H.L.Mencken* With Donald Howe Kirkley, Sr.||H.L.Mencken* With Donald Howe Kirkley, Sr. - Speaking (LP)||Caedmon Records, Caedmon Records||TC 1082, TC-1082||US||1957|
|TC 1082, TC-1082||H.L. Mencken* Conversing With Donald Howe Kirkley, Sr.||H.L. Mencken* Conversing With Donald Howe Kirkley, Sr. - Speaking (LP, RE)||Caedmon Records, Caedmon Records||TC 1082, TC-1082||US||1960|