Robert Bagg (AC 1957) Papers
Robert Bagg (AC 1957) Papers, 1822-2007 (Bulk: 1953-2007)
21 records storage boxes, 1 archives box, 2 oversize boxes (24.1 linear ft.)
Papers documenting the literary, scholarly, and personal activities of poet and translator Robert Bagg. Correspondence between Bagg and contemporaries, including poets Richard Wilbur and James I. Merrill, make up a large portion of the material. Also included are drafts of poetry and other writings, Bagg's undergraduate and graduate student work, and teaching and administrative materials from Bagg's time as a professor of English. The Bagg Papers also include sub-collections of material originally belonging to three associates: Thomas F. Gould, John A. Moore, and James J. Scully.
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One subseries of the Robert Bagg (AC 1957) Papers is restricted during Bagg's lifetime. Several ledgers of student grades in his teaching and administrative files are restricted by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) for 82 years from the date of creation. Several administrative and personnel files relating to sensitive issues such as tenure decisions, lawsuits, and sexual harassment claims are restricted for 50 years from the date of creation.
Requests for permission to publish material from the Robert Bagg (AC 1957) Papers should be directed to the Archives and Special Collections. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.
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