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Published on Sep 28, 2011
Raymond Danowski talks to a class of Emory students about the Danowski Poetry Library. The Raymond Danowski Poetry Library is a 75,000-volume collection of rare and first editions of modern and contemporary poetry, in addition to literary journals, broadsides, manuscripts, audiovisual materials, and even objects. Assembled by collector Raymond Danowski over twenty-five years, the collection is thought to have been the largest poetry library in private hands until its arrival at Emory in 2004.