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Claire Nicolas White Collection

Collection Number
SC 417

OCLC Number

Claire Nicolas White, 1925-2020

Donated by Claire Nicolas White in 2006.

Extent, Scope, and Content Note 
The collection is comprised of 10 cubic ft. of manuscripts, journals and notebooks, correspondence, and published works by and collected by Claire Nicolas White between 1944 and 2006.  

Arrangement and Processing Note
Processed by Kristen J. Nyitray in June 2008. Finding aid last updated in June 2020.

All materials have been re-housed in acid-free folders and boxes for preservation. 
The collection is arranged in seven series. 

Series 1: Biographical Files
Series 2: Correspondence
Series 3: Manuscripts
Series 4: Published Works
Series 5: Notebooks and Journals
Series 6: Audio
Series 7: Scrapbook


Restrictions on Access
The collection is open to researchers by appointment without restriction.

Rights and Permissions 
Stony Brook University Libraries' consent to access as the physical owner of the collection does not address copyright issues that may affect publication rights. It is the sole responsibility of the user of Special Collections and University Archives materials to investigate the copyright status of any given work and to seek and obtain permission where needed prior to publication.

[Item], [Box], Claire Nicolas White Collection, Special Collections and University Archives, Stony Brook University Libraries.

Historical Note
Claire Nicolas White (b. June 8, 1925 -  d. May 26, 2020) was a prolific author and translator. She wrote poetry, art criticism (Art News, Newsday), librettos, plays, and non-fiction works. Among her publications were a family history, The Elephant and the Rose (The Vineyard Press, 2003); a memoir, Fragments of Stained Glass (Mercury House, 1989); a biography, Joep Nicolas, His Life and Work (Van Spijk, 1979); poetry, Biography and Other Poems (Doubleday, 1981), The Bridge (Cross Cultural Communications, 1987), Riding at Anchor (Waterline Books, 1994), News From Home (Birnham Woods Graphics, 1998); and a novel, The Death of the Orange Trees (Harper and Row, 1963). Her poetry appeared in the magazines The New Yorker, Partisan Review, Grand Street, Atlantic Monthly, Witness, Confrontation, The Paris Review, and others. She was a former editor of Oberon poetry magazine. White translated three novels from the Dutch: The Assault by Harry Mulisch (Pantheon Books, 1985 - honorable mention, PEN Translation prize); The Vanishing by Tim Krabbé (Random House, 1993); and My Father's War by Adraan van Dis (The New Press, 1996). In 1990, she edited a Dutch issue of Columbia University's Translation Magazine and in 1997, Stanford White, Letters to His Family (Rizzoli). She was a long-time resident of St. James, Long Island, New York.


White, Claire Nicolas, -- 1925-2020.
White, Claire Nicolas, 1925-2020 -- Archives.
White, Claire Nicolas, -- 1925-2020 -- Family.
White family.
Netherlands -- Biography.
American poetry -- 20th century.


Series 1: Biographical Files

Box 1
Claire Nicolas White: resumes, newspaper clippings, and articles 

Peternel, Joan. "Saving Her Own Voice from Anonymity: An Interview with Claire Nicolas White." The Abiko Quarterly 7, no. 15 (Fall 1995): 389-400. 

Library Journal 88, no. 3 (February 1, 1963 - see page 580); The Land of the Smiths (memoir by Claire Nicolas White); clippings about the Nicolas and White families; and family recipes 

Box 2
Reviews of literary works authored by Claire Nicolas White
Publicity materials (3f)

Series 2: Correspondence

Correspondence - Nicolas White, Claire (outgoing)
Correspondence - Alvarez, Jean
Correspondence - Friends (2f)

Box 3
Correspondence - Friends 
Correspondence - Huxley, Aldous (uncle) (Note: photocopies)
Correspondence - Huxley, Matthew (cousin)
Correspondence - Literary and professional (2f)
Correspondence - Maman, Bonne (Margarite)

Box 4 : Correspondence
Correspondence - Nicolas, Joep and Suzanne (parents)
Correspondence - Nicolas O'Neill, Sylvia (sister)
Correspondence - Nicolas and White Families
Correspondence - Porter, Fairfield and Anne
Correspondence - Simpson, Louis
Correspondence - Styron, William and Rose
Correspondence - White, Lawrence Grant (father-in-law)
Correspondence - White, Robert (husband)
Correspondence - Young, Wayland, Elizabeth and Emily
Correspondence - Zajac, Jack and Corda

Series 3: Manuscripts

84, Charing Cross Road
Adoration of the Magi
Adriaan Roland Holst
Aldous Huxley
Alexander and Belinda
Alexander's Bed
All My Life in High Rise
The American Stage
Amsterdam 1987
Around the World with God
Aspect France and Aspect New Hampshire
Bakers and Butterflies
Bear in Mind
The Berming of Long Island
Book about New York
Bridge of San Luis Rey
The Bust
The Campidoglio
Christopher Isherwood
The Clock
Cooking for One
Cooking with Nothing 

Box 6
Cooking with Nothing (2f)
The Couple
Courbet and the Sisterhood
The Courtyard
Cunning Bisons
The Curve and the Straight Line or Broth in Amsterdam
Dalliance and Deviltry
The Daughter: A Nightmare
The Death of a Swan (2f)
The Debt
Digging for Poetry
Downstairs, Upstairs or Service as a New Art Form
Drama in Three Acts
Dry Goods
Dust on a Precipice

Box 7
The Elephant and the Rose (2f)
Elle et Luui
Embellish the Me
The Fifth Butterfly Book
The Fifth Prayer
Figures in a Landscape
The Flemish Blues
Five Sisters
Fragments of Glass (2f)
Fragments of Glass (bound manuscript)
The French Lesson
From Pretty Child to the Sea

Box 8
Frugal Delights
Good Neighbor
Guest Rooms Revisited
A Hampton Fable
Harps Upon de Willows
A History of Stained Glass for Young Readers
How to Tell a Story
Howl and Hosanna (review of book by Joan Peternel)
The Idol
In Our Own Write
In the Beginning Was
An Interview with Gregory Gillespie
Interview with Louis Simpson
The Israelite
Justine's Room
The Kaisers Fur Coat
Ladies in Waiting
Leo Vroman (introduction)
The Life of Christ
A Life of Elisa Bowen Jumel, 1775-1865
The Little Flowers of St. Claire
The Loves of Emilie (3f)

Box 9
The Loves of Emilie 
Maria Sybilla Merian
Mon Pas - Corur Mis A Nu
The Monk
Morning Song (music by John Lessard)
Mothers and Daughters
The Mountain
The Mountain Man
The Mountebanks
Mr. Lepi's Long Night
Murder at the Academy (3f)
My Friend the Bag Lady
My Uncle Georges
No Birdie Anar Soar Any Wing to Eagle It

Box 10
Notes on Rome
The Object of Desire
Old Wives Tales (proposal)
Painters of the Landscape
The Palace
A Perfect Match
The Poet's Palate (proposal)
Port Jefferson 's East Main Street
The Price of Charity
The Rascals
The Real Thing
Reflections on Public Art
Report from an Innocent Abroad
Retreat in the Desert
Return to Nederhoven (2f)
The Road to the Beach (2f)
The Road to Whitman
Robert Kulicke
Rome in Memory

Box 11
The Sacrifice
The Saga of Alice
A Separate Reality
Ships on the Night
The Spider
St. Gaudens
St. Mary the Harlot
St. Vincent
Stained Glass Architecture
A Story of Children
The Talking Statues of Rome
Tanchelijn (translation from Dutch) by Harry Mulisch
Terrible Beauty
Three Poets From Backstreet Editions
Throughout the Summers
The Traumas of Travel
The Treasure of Agnies (2f)
The Tyrant
The Valley Dreams of War
Visionary Art
The Voyage of St. Ursula
Walt Whitman in Schools and Nursing Homes
Water Tower

Box 12
What Happened to the Children (4f)
William in Exile
William the Silent and Ecumenicalism
Winding Up the Century
Words and Magic
Zoned for Murder
Unidentified (2f)

Series 4: Published Works

Box 13
White, Claire Nicolas. "Chez George Sand: Visiting ?The Good Lady of Nohant.'" Anais: An International Journal 8 (1990): 79-82.

White, Claire Nicolas. "The Lady Vanishes." Anais: An International Journal 10 (1992): 100-102.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Windows." Approach: A Literary Quarterly, no. 61 (Fall 1966): 18.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Resika's Delectable Mountains." Art News (April 1967): 48-49, 77-78.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Benevenuto Kulicke." Art News (February 1968): 62-65.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Hayley Lever." Arts Magazine (Fall 1977): 9.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Philip Reisman." Arts Magazine (February1980): 20.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Mati Klarwein." Arts Magazine (June 1983): 2.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Joseph Reboli." Arts Magazine (October 1983): 13.

White, Claire Nicolas. "What Now, Mr. Smith." Arts Review 1 (July/August 1972): 2.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Editorial." Arts Review 1 (Fall 1972).

White, Claire Nicolas. "What Now, Mr. Smith." Arts Review 1 (Fall 1973): 2.

White, Claire Nicolas. Arts Review 2 (Fall 1972).

White, Claire Nicolas. "Lawrence Sobol: 20th Century Romantic." Arts Review 3 (Fall 1973): 3-4.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Painter for the Many" and "She Saves Our Past." Arts Review 9 (Spring 1975): 4-7, 10-11.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Natalie White." Arts Review 10 (Fall 1975): 5.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Joe Reboli." Arts Review 11 (Fall 1976): 14.

White, Claire Nicolas. "The Artist as Translator." Arts Review 14 (Winter 78/79): 38-39.

White, Claire Nicolas. "American Light." Bluefish 1, no. 1 (Autumn 1983): 47.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Review of March Book by Jesse Ball." Book/Mark (Fall 2004): 6.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Rome." Brook (Spring 1988): 31.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Nissequogue River ." Brook (Spring 1990): 2.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Gisele." Castrum Peregrini: Gisele and Ihre Freunde , Heft 241: 65.

White, Claire Nicolas. "A Rain of Paper Confetti." Commonweal 144, no. 5 (March 13, 1987): 134-135.

White, Claire Nicolas. "And Then There was Light: My Father's Legacy." Commonweal 144, no. 5 (December 15, 2006): 12-14.

White, Claire Nicolas. "On Tape" and "Polders?." Confrontation 44/45 (Fall 1990/Winter 1991): 183.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Riding at Anchor." Confrontation 48/49 (Spring/Summer 1992): 202-204.

White, Claire Nicolas. "The Orchard." Confrontation 54/55 (Fall 1994/Winter 1995): 302.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Oysters." Confrontation 64/65 (Spring 1998): 124-129.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Schoolboy" and "Elegy for Ann." Confrontation 70/71 (Winter/Spring 2000): 265-267.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Housebound." Confrontation 86/87 (Spring/Summer 2004): 256.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Vacation in New England." Confrontation 88/89 (Fall 2004/Winter 2005): 249-250.

Box 14
White, Claire Nicolas. "Cormorants." Contexts: A Forum for Medical Humanities 10, no. 3 (Spring 2002): 8.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Where to Go: The Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site." Country Journal (October 1978): 24-25.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Russians in the Summer Place" and "The Four Pietas of Michelangelo." The Critic: Journal of American Catholic Culture (Fall 1995): 137-138.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Insomnia." Eleven (Winter 1987): unpaginated.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Lost Daughter," "The Whirligig Beetle," and "Johnny." Footwork: The Paterson Literary Review (1990): 46-47.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Talking to God" and "Inri." Footwork: The Paterson Literary Review (1992): 105.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Mouse Turds" and "Window at the Podiatrist." The Hudson Review 57, no. 2 (Summer 2005): 279-280.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Philadelphia: The City of 400 Schools." Junior Bazaar (August 1947): 114-119.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Swimming among Swans." lips 15 (1989): 15-16.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Roles for Women over Fifty." lips 17 (1993): 143.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Joggers" and "Port Jefferson Ferry." Live Poets 1, no. 1 (1991): 32, 35-37.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Old Friends." Live Poets 1, no. 2 (1992): 60.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Cornish, New Hampshire." Live Poets 3 (1994): 20.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Watermill." Long Island Quarterly (Summer 1990): unpaginated.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Admonition." Long Island Quarterly (Winter 1990): unpaginated.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Amphibian." Long Island Quarterly (Winter 1991): unpaginated.

White, Claire Nicolas. "The Ice Saints." Long Island Quarterly (Summer 1992): unpaginated.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Footloose Friend." Long Island Quarterly (Winter 1992): unpaginated.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Summer." Long Island Quarterly (Autumn 1993): unpaginated.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Grandson in Bed." Long Island Quarterly (Autumn 1995): 19.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Real Estate." Long Island Quarterly (Summer 1996): 12.

White, Claire Nicolas. "The Graduate." Long Island Quarterly (Autumn 1997): 12.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Horse on the Loose." Long Island Quarterly (Summer 1998): 5.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Horse on the Loose." Long Island Quarterly (Autumn 1998): 4.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Michael." Long Island Quarterly (Summer 1999): 24.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Winter Roses." Long Island Quarterly (Winter 2000/2001): 24.

White, Claire Nicolas. "December." Long Island Quarterly (Summer 2002): 10.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Mouse Turds." Long Island Quarterly (Winter 2002/2003): 9.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Watermill." Dumb Beautiful Ministers: A Special Edition of the Long Island Quarterly (1996): 11.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Question." Long Pond Review (January 1976): 62.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Californie: Een Persoonlijk Verslag." Maatstaf 3 (1989): 20-27.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Suite." Maryas 2 (April 1944): unpaginated.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Elles Avaient tant De Maladies." Maryas 3 (June 1944): unpaginated. (two copies)

White, Claire Nicolas. "Mr. Pimput." Maryas 4 (October 1944): unpaginated. (two copies)

White, Claire Nicolas. "The Fifth Prayer." Maryas (July 1945): unpaginated. (four copies)

White, Claire Nicolas. "Complainte Du Vieux Mondei." Maryas 8 (January 1946): unpaginated.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Convalescence." Medicinal Purposes 2, no. 9 (2003): 17.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Review of Anton the Dove Fancier, and Other Tales of the Holocaust by Bernard Gotfryd." Midstream (April 1991): 46.

White, Claire Nicolas. "The Canticle of the Columns" by Paul Valery (translated from French). Modern Poetry in Translation 16 : 133-135.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Death and the Maiden" by Harry Mulisch (translation). The New York Review of Books (July 17, 1986): 7-8.

White, Claire Nicolas. "The Roses of Queens." The New Yorker (October 16, 1978): 139.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Inner Exile" and "Introduction to Toon Tellegen, In N." North Atlantic Review 4 (1992): 125-127.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Editorial." Oberon (2003): 1.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Editorial." Oberon (2005): 1.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Two Poems by Claire Nicolas White: 'The Legend of St. Ursula' and 'To Sylvia Rediscovered.'" Paris Review 19, no. 72 (Winter 1977): 37-38.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Lost Daughter." Partisan Review 60 (1993): 429-430.

Box 15
White, Claire Nicolas. "Saving the Baby." Primavera 9 (1985): 76-77.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Homecoming." Primavera 14/15 (1991): 86.

White, Claire Nicolas. "The Legend of Genoveva." Primavera 18/19 (1995): 41-49.

White, Claire Nicolas. "The Fall." Primavera 26 (2003): 24-25.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Thaw." Queen 27, no. 1 (May-June 1976): 24.

White, Claire Nicolas. "The Talking Statues of Rome." SOF: The Society of Fellows of the American Academy in Rome (Spring/Summer 1998): 15.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Aldous Huxley: A Reminiscence." Soundings 3, no. 1 (Spring 1966): 9-12.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Winter in Port Jefferson ." Soundings (Spring 1971): 46.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Windows." Stained Glass 75, no. 3 (Fall 1980): 230.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Poetry on Long Island." Starting from Paumanok (Spring 1991): 1-2.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Ancestors." Starting from Paumanok (Winter/Spring 1994/1995): 1, 3.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Saint Peters" and "Bocca Della Verita." Sumac 1, no. 3 (Spring 1969): 82.

White, Claire Nicolas. "New Directions for Taproot" and "West End Huntington Library." Taproot 2, no. 16 (1986): 3, 7.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Editorial." Taproot 8 (Fall 1988-89): 2.

White, Claire Nicolas. "The Song of Halewyn" (translation). Translation 12 (Spring 1984): 181-184.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Eight Poems by Bachoem Wijnberg" (translation). Translation 224 (Fall 1990): 73-78.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Shadows." Vogue (February 1, 1962): n.p.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Walt Whitman in Schools and Nursing Homes," "Sagaponack," and "Sons." West Hills Review 3 (1981-1982): 92-95.

White, Claire Nicolas. "My Mother and the Trees: A Dryad Sequence." West Hills Review 4 (1983-1984): 23-25.

White, Claire Nicolas. "After Summer." West Hills Review 5 (1985): 54.

White, Claire Nicolas. "A Song of Hard Hats." West Hills Review 6 (1986): 98

White, Claire Nicolas. "Fear" and "Anterteriwok." West Hills Review 7 (1987): 84-85.

White, Claire Nicolas. "In Memory of Paul Snoek, Flemish Poet." West Hills Review 8 (1988): 89.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Recipe Poems: Frugal Delights; Nettle Soup; and Perpetual Motion Soup." Wetlands 6, no. 1 (Spring 1977): 11.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Recipe Poems: Oranges Good Evening; Beefsteak A L'Amercaine; and My Favorite Soft Drink." Wetlands 5, no. 4 (Winter 1977): 15.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Emma Crebolder" (translated from Dutch). Whelks Walk Review 1, no. 2 (August 1998): 9.

White, Claire Nicolas. "The Museum as Church." Whelks Walk Review 2, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 49-50.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Middle Ages," "Return to Saint Odilienberg, Easter 2000," and "The Ghost Road." Witness 15, no. 1 (2001): 82-84.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Sailing to the Grenadines." Xanadu 9 (1983): 46-47.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Pencil Sketches of Holland." Xanadu 11 (1986): 36-37.

White, Claire Nicolas. "Long Island Muse." Zephyr 2, no. 2 (1984): 64.

Box 16
Published Poems and Articles - Newspapers

Box 17

Bayless, Frances B., Claire Nicolas White, Mary D. Andersen, and Henry W. Andersen. The Life of Jesus Christ As Told Through the Stained Glass Windows of the Fairmount Presbyterian Church, Cleveland, Ohio . Cleveland Heights, Ohio: Fairmount Presbyterian Church, 1985.

Molie`re, and Carl Milo Pergolizzi. Molie`re, Four Plays. Boston: International Pocket Library, 1999. (Prologue by Claire Nicolas White).

Poor, Anne. Anne Poor: Recent Paintings and Works on Paper, September 4-October 5, 1985. New York City (1014 Madison Ave. at 78th St., New York City): Graham Modern, 1985. (Introduction by Claire Nicolas White)

White, Claire Nicolas. An Armful of Time. Hardwick, MA: Waterline Books, 2005.

White, Claire Nicolas. Biography & Other Poems. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1981.

White, Claire Nicolas. The Elephant and the Rose: A Family History. Port Jefferson, NY: The Vineyard Press, 2003.

White, Claire Nicolas. Fragments of Stained Glass. San Francisco: Mercury House, 1989.

White, Claire Nicolas. Joep Nicolas: leven en werk. Venlo: Van Spijk, 1979.

White, Claire Nicolas. News from Home. Northport, NY: Birnham Wood Graphics, 1998.

White, Claire Nicolas, and Stan Brodsky. Riding at Anchor. Great Falls, VA: Waterline Books, 1994.

White, Stanford, and Claire Nicolas White. Stanford White: Letters to His Family: Including a Selection of Letters to Augustus Saint-Gaudens. New York: Rizzoli, 1997.

Box 18

DeMaria, Robert, and Ellen Hope Meyer. A Contemporary Reader for Creative Writing. Fort Worth: Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1993. "Homecoming." (p. 39).

Enright, Martin. In the West of Ireland: A Literary Celebration in Contemporary Poetry. Dromlought, Lisselton, County Kerry, Republic of Ireland: Enright House, 1992. "The Span." (p. 643).

In Autumn: An Anthology of Long Island Poetry. Northport, NY: Birnham Wood Graphics, 1994. "Three in a Row." (pp. 109-110).

Lehman, David. The Best American Poetry, 2002. New York: Scribner Poetry, 2002. "Return to Saint Odillenberg, Easter 2002." (pp.176-177).

Moran, Daniel Thomas. The Light of City and Sea: An Anthology of Suffolk County Poetry, 2006. Sound Beach, NY: Street Press, 2006. "Long Island Railroad" and "The Roses of Queens." (pp.186-88).

Van Loen, Alfred, and Stanley H. Barkan. ABC Bestiary. Art & poetry, chapbook 1. Merrick, NY: Cross-Cultural Communications, 1990. "The Whale." (p. W).

Writing to Win Part II: Winning Essays Submitted to the Phyllis A. Whitney Writing Contest, 1988-1992. Bellport , NY: Suffolk County Library Association and Patchogue-Medford Library, 1993. "The Whirligig Beetle: A Sequence of Sonnets." (pp. 2-3).

Jonathan Cott and Mary Gimbel, eds. Wonde: Writings & Drawings for the Child in All of Us. New York: Summit Books, 1980. "The Genius and the Spoiled Brat." (pp. 601-609).

Ward, Justine Bayard, and John Lessard. Ten Centuries of Song; A Collection of Sacred and Secular Songs for Unison and Mixed Voices in Two, Three, Four and Five Parts. Washington, D.C.: Catholic Education Press, 1961. Includes text by Claire Nicolas White: "Going Home" (p. 76); "Water" (p. 115); "Travel" (pp. 116-117); "Games" (pp 126-127); "The Garden" (pp. 130-131); and "The Shot Heard around the World" (pp. 136-137).

Box 19

American Women Poets. Merrick, NY: Cross-Cultural Communications, 1992, "Tradition" and "Gelenek." (pp. 70-75).

Bleecker, Ann Eliza, and M. Myers. Ann Eliza Bleecker: An Anthology in Memoriam, 1752-1783. Bristol, IN: Bristol Banner Books, 1993. "Cornish, New Hampshire." (p. 234).

Braude, Lillian. Poets and Artists: Poets and Artists of the Region Collaborating-- Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, New York, July 3-August 1, 1982: Exhibition. East Hampton, NY: Guild Hall Museum, 1982. "Reluctant Litany." (p. 42).

Clemente, Vince, and Graham Everett. Paumanok Rising: An Anthology of Eastern Long Island Aesthetics. Port Jefferson, NY: Street Press, 1981. "Fourth of July." (p. 216).

Freed, Ray, Jim Tyack, and Ron Ribeiro. On Good Ground: Poems & Photographs of Eastern Long Island. Port Jefferson, NY: Street Press, 1980. "Driving North on Nicoll's Road" and "Lives." (pp. 78-80).

Island Women: Poems & Stories. Springfield, MA: Women Writers Alliance, 1984. "Neighbors." (pp. 100-105).

Moss, Howard. New York: Poems. New York, NY: Avon Books, 1980. "The Roses of Queens." (pp. 302-303).

Poets and Artists: Collaborations and Combinations. Brookville, NY: Post Library Association, 2000. "Longing." (unpaginated).

Box 20

Barkan, Stanley, ed. Cross-Cultural Review Chapbook Anthology, Volume 1, Chapbooks 1-10. Merrick, NY: Cross-Cultural Communications, 1983.

Ferber, Michael. European Romantic Poetry. New York: Pearson Longman, 2005. "A Night in May" by Alfred de Musset. (pp. 257-264).

Holmes, James S., and William Jay Smith. Dutch Interior: Postwar Poetry of the Netherlands and Flanders. New York: Columbia University Press, 1984. "To Stay Alive" by Paul Snoek (pp. 141-142) and "Introduction to a Prayer" by Fritzi Harmsen van Beek (pp. 214-215).

Kramer, Aaron, Susan L. Rosenstreich, Ann Steinmetz, and Elio Zappulla. The Second First Art: Poetry in Translation and Essays on the Art of Translating in Honor of Aaron Kramer. Southold, NY: Editions D'Autrui, 1996. "Language as Homeland, or Finding the American Voice." (pp. 112-115).

Mulisch, Harry. The Assault. New York: Pantheon Books, 1985.

Mulisch, Harry. What Poetry Is, Chapbook 9. Merrick, NY: Cross-Cultural Communications, 1982.

Musset, Alfred de, Claire Nicolas White, and Sylvia Nicolas O'Neill. La Nuit De Mai = A Night in May. Francestown, NH: Typographeum, 1989.

Rouchaud, Martine, Claire Nicolas White, and Louise Vare`se. ? The Time of Our Lives. [New York]: Pantheon, 1946.

Tellegen, Toon and Claire Nicolas White. In N. Dutch writers, Chapbook 1. Merrick, NY: Cross-Cultural Communications, 1993.

Series 5: Notebooks and Journals

Box 21
Notebooks and Journals, 1950s - 1960s (8)

Box 22
Notebooks and Journals, 1970s (11)

Box 23
Notebooks and Journals, 1980s (16)

Box 24
Notebooks and Journals, 1980s - 1990s (12)

Box 25
Notebooks and Journals, 1980s - 1990s (6)

Series 6: Audio
1) "Four Songs on Poem of Claire Nicolas White" by John Lessard.
2) "Poets' Corner Live" with Claire Nicolas White (January 11, 1987). WPBX, Buffalot Productions.
3) Poetry Read by Claire Nicolas White from American Landscapes, Riding at Anchor, and New Poems (July 1997).

Series 7: Scrapbook
Box 26 : Scrapbook