Hensley Charles Woodbridge Papers, 1960-1985 | Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center
The Hensley Charles Woodbridge Papers contain correspondence, a photograph, newsletters, books, clippings, bibliographies, articles, and translations. The materials date from 1960-1985. A majority of this collection is made up of correspondence, saved articles, published stories, and bibliography notes gathered from 1960-1970 between Woodbridge and Jesse Stuart, an internationally famous and award winning poet from Kentucky. They discuss literature and the Stuart bibliography.
Notes for Woodbridge's book, Ruben Dario: A Selective Classified and Annotated Bibliography, are collected in an envelope that dates back to his childhood. A copy of this book is included. Other publications in this collection are: Catalan Belles--Lettres in English Translation, Spanish Nautical Terms of the Age of Discovery, Guide to Reference Works for the Study of the Spanish Language and Literature and Spanish American Literature, Le Coq d'Or, William Hickling Prescott; A Bibliography, and Fourteen Chicano Bibliographies 1971-1975.