Scofield Thayer

Scofield Thayer (12 December 1889 — 1982) was an American poet and publisher, best known for his art collection, now at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and as a publisher and editor of the literary magazine The Dial during the 1920s.

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Scofield Thayer - Life and Career
... Scofield Thayer was born in Worcester, Massachusetts on 12 December 1889 to Edward D ... Thayer and Florence Scofield Thayer ... The Thayers were a prominent and wealthy Massachusetts family ...
The Dial - Modernist Literary Magazine
... In 1920, Scofield Thayer and Dr ... Under Watson's and Thayer's sway The Dial published remarkably influential artwork, poetry and fiction, including William Butler Yeats' The Second Coming and the first United States ... Thayer, having never seen the work, approved it for the magazine based on this suggestion and because Eliot had been Thayer's schoolmate at Magdalene ...

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