Contributed by Camden Public Library
Norma wrote to Corinne Sawyer to discuss the actress Dorothy Stickney's performance of Millay's material.
Norma also complains that the local newspaper is not interested in the critics' reviews of Stickney's work. "I doubt if the Camden Herald, with its club meetings to keep straight and all the local excitements to record, would give the New York critics' accounts of the Millay-Stickney triumph an interested glance."
Norma Millay (1893-1986) was the sister of poet Edna St. Vincent Millay. She inherited Millay's intellectual property and her estate "Steepletop" in Austerlitz, NY upon the death of Edna in 1950. Corinne Sawyer was Millay's best friend from childhood and the librarian for the Camden Public Library.
About This Item
- Title: Letter to Corinne Sawyer from Norma Millay, 1960
- Creator: Millay, Norma
- Creation Date: 1960-04-22
- Subject Date: 1960-04-22
- Local Name: Steepletop
- Town: Austerlitz, Camden
- County: Columbia, Knox
- State: ME, NY
- Media: Paper
- Dimensions: 20 cm x 15 cm
- Local Code: ESVM Collection V. 4
- Collection: Edna St. Vincent Millay Collection
- Object Type: Text
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55 Main Street, Camden, ME 04843
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