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Louis Untermeyer - Life and Career
... Untermeyer was born in New York City ... He married the poet Virginia Moore in 1927 their son, John Moore Untermeyer (1928), was renamed John Fitzallen Moore after a painful 1929 divorce ... In the 1930s, he divorced Jean Starr Untermeyer and married Esther Antin ...
What's My Line? - Original CBS Series (1950–1967) - Hosts and Panelists
... the panel was former New Jersey governor Harold Hoffman, columnist Dorothy Kilgallen, poet Louis Untermeyer, and psychiatrist Richard Hoffmann ... generally consisted of Kilgallen, Francis, Untermeyer and comedy writer Hal Block with Cerf replacing Untermeyer in 1951 and comedian Steve Allen replacing Block in 1953 ...
Louis Untermeyer - Selected Bibliography - Anthologies, As Editor or Compiler
... and Little Creatures (1961), with Bryna Ivens Untermeyer Beloved Tales (1962), with Bryna Ivens Untermeyer Old Friends and Lasting favorites (1962), with Bryna Ivens Untermeyer Fun and Fancy (1962), with Bryna ...
Amy Lowell - Career
... Works of Amy Lowell, published in 1955 with an introduction by Louis Untermeyer, who considered himself her friend ... Untermeyer writes that "She was not only a disturber but an awakener." In many poems she dispenses with line breaks so that the work looks like prose on the page ... According to Untermeyer, she "captured" the Imagist movement from Ezra Pound ...
Chase Untermeyer
... Charles Graves "Chase" Untermeyer (born March 7, 1946) is a former United States Ambassador to Qatar ... A native of Long Branch, New Jersey, Untermeyer graduated (1964) from Spring Branch High School in Houston, Texas and, later (1968), from Harvard ... In 1976, Untermeyer was elected as a Republican to the Texas House of Representatives from Houston, having served from 1977-1981 ...

Famous quotes containing the word untermeyer:

    Laughter shall drown the raucous shout;
    And, though these shelt’ring walls are thin,
    May they be strong to keep hate out
    And hold love in.
    —Louis Untermeyer (1885–1977)