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MacCord, David T.W.
MacCord, David Thompson Watson
McCord, David Thompson Watson
Musical sound recording
writer of accompanying material
Dunwell, Steve (1946- ))
Fine, Irving (1914-1962)
Kane, Henry B. (1902-1971))
Museum of Fine Arts (Boston)
Rogers, Bruce (1870-1957)
Sweet, Frederick Arnold (1903-1984))
Warren, B. (1923-)
Warren, Betty (1923-)
Wengenroth, Stow (1906-1978)
Williams, Gluyas (1888-1982)
Wyeth, Andrew (1917-2009))
About Boston sight, sound, flavor & inflection
All small : poems
...And what's more.
Art & education; a symposium held in the Wiggin Gallery, Boston Public Library, on May 6, 1966, celebrating the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Albert H. Wiggin Collection of prints and drawings as a public collection.
as built with second thoughts, reforming what was old!
Bay window ballads
Bibliotheca medica: physician for tomorrow : dedication of the Countway library of medicine, May 26 and 27, 1965
Blue reflections on the Merchants Limited
camp at Lockjaw., The
children's world, The
Clam chowder; or, Whose ooze
crows; poems, The
David McCord reading his poems with comment in the Recording Laboratory, Nov. 2, 1961
Every time I climb a tree
Gift of the Magi : a chamber opera from the story by O'Henry [sic]
H.T.P portrait of a critic
Harvard : a living portrait
Harvard University gazette, Apr. 17, 1997:
In honor of Nathan Marsh Pusey : The related man
In sight of Sever, essays from Harvard.
New England revisited.
Notes from four cities, 1927-1953
Notes on the Harvard Tercentenary
Oddly enough ... 1926.
Odds without ends. [Poems.
On the frontier of understanding; Founders' Day adrreses, Thursday, March 5th, 1959
On writing poetry
Once and for all
One at a time : his collected poems for the young : with full subject index as well as an index of first lines
Poem for the occasion.
Poet always next but one.
Poetry for children
second Look: Tirra Lirra, A
star by day. Poems., A
Star in the pail
Stow Wengenroth's New England
Take sky more rhymes of the never was and always is
Twelve verses from XII Night
went to noke and somebody spoke, I
What cheer : an anthology of American and British humorous and witty verse gathered, sifted, and salted