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Betty Blanc Glassbury Papers

An inventory of her papers at Syracuse University

Finding aid created by: [Summit record]
Date: Mar 1967

Biographical History

Betty Blanc Glassbury (dates unknown) was an American poet. Her works have been published in the United States, Canada, England and Australia. She served as president of the Composers, Authors and Artists of America and the National League of Creative Artists, and was an active member of various arts-related organizations including the Chopin Society and the Ziegfeld Club.

Glassbury was also a well-known opera singer and a traveler, linguist and collector of Tibetan art. Following her operatic career she turned to art, painting and working in ceramics.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Betty Blanc Glassbury Papers consist of correspondence, subject files, manuscripts and published material.

Correspondence contains two incoming letters. Subject files include awards and clippings. Manuscripts consists of poetry written by Glassbury. Published material includes newspaper clippings about Glassbury and several issues of Composers, Authors and Artists of America.

Arrangement of the Collection



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Subject Headings


Glassbury, Betty Blanc.


Women poets, American.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Betty Blanc Glassbury Papers
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries

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Subject files


Published material