- Read transcriptions of the Wylie House’s Bishop letters and Bradley diary in the collection’s finding aid.
- “Elizabeth Bishop at Summer Camp,” by poet William Logan, describes Elizabeth Bishop’s time at Camp Chequesset and discusses her relationship with Louise Bradley.
- “Elizabeth Bishop Letters, 1925-1950,” a virtual exhibit by Ethan Miller, describes the museum’s collection of correspondence between Bishop and Bradley.
- Contemporary art exhibit Call and Response, displayed in the Wylie House in the spring of 2020 and captured virtually here, includes two pieces inspired by the correspondence between Bishop and Bradley.
- “Books to Tune Your Soul On: Louise Bradley’s Bookshelf,” a blog post by Mary McSparran, focuses on the books Louise mentions in her diary.
CITE THIS EXHIBIT
- McSparran, Mary Somerville. "Louise Bradley, 1908-1979." Wylie House Museum Virtual Exhibits. http://collections.libraries.indiana.edu/wyliehouse/exhibits/show/louise-bradley/diary.
- Bradley, Louise. “Diary, 1930-1933.” Bloomington, Indiana: Wylie House Museum, Indiana University Libraries.
- Bradley, Louise. “Notebook, January-October 1932.” Arlington, Massachusetts: Arlington Historical Society.
- Bradley, Louise. “Notebook, October-November 1932.” Arlington, Massachusetts: Arlington Historical Society.
- Braithwaite, William Stanley. “Introduction.” Anthology of Magazine Verse for 1924 and Yearbook of American Poetry. Boston, Massachusetts: B. J. Brimmer Co., 1924.
- Brereton, John. The Origins of Composition Studies in the American College, 1875-1925: A Documentary History. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1996.
- “Edward H. Dewey, English Professor, 42, Dies Suddenly.” The Boston Globe, 2 January 1945.
- Hart, Paula L. “Robert Hillyer.” Dictionary of Literary Biography. Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 1987.
- Harvard University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Announcement of the Courses of Instruction Offered by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences for the Academic Year, 1928-29. Second edition. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University, 1928.
- Johnson, Glen M. “Ralph L. Rusk.” Dictionary of Literary Biography. Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 1991. pp. 227–28.
- Louise Bradley and Elizabeth Bishop Correspondence Collection, Wylie House Museum, Indiana University Libraries, Bloomington.
- Morton C. Bradley, Jr. Correspondence Collection, Wylie House Museum, Indiana University Libraries, Bloomington. http://webapp1.dlib.indiana.edu/findingaids/view?docId=VAC0944.xml&doc.view=items.
- The Radcliffe Daily. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Radcliffe College, 1927-1932. https://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:RAD.ARCH:4826100.
- The Radcliffe Quarterly. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Radcliffe College, 1944. https://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:RAD.ARCH:30458988.
- The Radcliffe College Prism (Yearbook). Cambridge, Massachusetts: Radcliffe College, 1930. https://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:RAD.ARCH:4738527.
- Roosevelt, Eleanor. It’s Up to the Women. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1933.
- U.S. Census Bureau (1920). “Fourteenth Census of the United States: 1920—Population, Arlington Town, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.” Retrieved from Ancestry.com.
- “What Is Noyes Rhythm.” Noyes School of Rhythm, www.noyesrhythm.org. Accessed 27 July 2020.
- Wylie House Image Collection, Wylie House Museum, Indiana University Libraries, Bloomington. https://webapp1.dlib.indiana.edu/images/search.htm?max=15&start=0&c=dXE%3D%3AbG91aXNlIGJyYWRsZXk%3D.