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* Udall, Sharyn Rohlfsen. "Marsden Hartley (1877-1943)." p.29- 52. In Modernist painting in New Mexico, 1913-1935. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1984.
"Sparked by the writing and enthusiasm of Mary Austin and, equally significant, the efforts of poet-editor Alice Corbin Henderson, the art community in Santa Fe grew in size and influence. Mrs. Austin and Mrs. Henderson both attracted prominent literary figures, who were usually persuaded to lecture in the new museum's auditorium. Some who visited during the twenties were Vachel Lindsay, Carl Sandburg, Arthur Davison Ficke, and Witter Bynner (who stayed to become a permanent resident)." p.15.
"Hartley found the majority of artists in Taos insufferable and their painting even worse. He complained in a letter to [poet] Harriet Moore that Taos was 'the stupidest place I ever fell into. Lovely landscape here and there, but the society of cheap artists from Chicago and New York makes the place impossible, and they tell themselves that the great art of America is from Taos' ... Given Hartley's disdain, it is no surprise that the old-guard Taos painters liked neither the painter nor his work." p.41.
"Among Santa Fe's literary and artistic community ... Mrs. Henderson was also an enthusiast. She wrote on the subject of 'primitive' poetry and in 1928 included Hartley's poem 'The festival of the corn' in her southwestern anthology The Turquoise Trail." p.45.
Street and Smith's Western Story Magazine. Vol.124, no.3
Gardenvale, QC: Street and Smith Publications, Sep. 9, 1933. 142 p.
* Udall, Sharyn R. "Southwest phoenix: Marsden Hartley's search for self in New Mexico." p.69-82. In Contested terrain: myths and meanings in Southwest art. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1996.
Hartley began a book of poetry, "Altitudes," which was never completed. However, his "The festival of the corn" appeared in The Turquoise Trail, 1928. Udall includes a newly discovered self-portrait poem, "Portrait effigy," that Hartley gave to Eva S. Fenyes, who regularly visited Santa Fe. p.76-77.
* Udall, Sharyn. Spud Johnson and "Laughing Horse" / Sharyn Udall. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1994. 420 p.
* Underwood, Edna Worthley. Songs from the plains. Boston: Sherman, French and Co., 1917. 127 p.
* Underwood, John Curtis. Pioneers / John Curtis Underwood. Santa Fe, NM: Santa Fe New Mexican Publishing, 1923. 96 p.
* Underwood, John Curtis. Trail's end: poems of New Mexico / John Curtis Underwood. Santa Fe, NM: New Mexican Publishing Corp., 1921. 79 p.
* Urbanek, Mae. Songs of the sage. Ill. by Berniece Bird. Denver: Big Mountain Press, 1962. 242 p. Includes poems from three other titles, including Niobrara breezes, 1946. Signed Dj
* Utah Sonneteers. Of stone and star / by the Utah Sonneteers. Rogers, AK: Avalon Press, 1948. 108 p. Signed by two authors: Vesta Pierce Crawford and Christie Lund Coles.
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* Van Dyke, Henry. The Grand Canyon and other poems / Henry Van Dyke. Toronto, ON: Copp Clark (Charles Scribner's Sons), 1914. 78 p.
The Rio Kid Western. Vol.18, no.1
Toronto, ON: Better Publications of Canada, Feb. 1949.  p.
Van Dyke, Henry. Collected poems of Henry Van Dyke / Henry Van Dyke. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, nd.
Van Stone, Mary R. Spanish folk songs of New Mexico / Mary R. Van Stone. Foreword by Alice Corbin. Chicago, IL: Ralph Fletcher Seymour, 1926.
Vaughan, Andrew. The world of country music / Andrew Vaughan. London: Studio Editions, 1992. 144 p.
Includes some history of hilly-billy, string bands and singing cowboys.
* Vaughn, Gerald F. "A singing cowboy's fan club of the 1940s and early 1950s: reminiscences from Ray Whitley's Fan Club presidents." JEMF Quarterly. 11(40): 197-200, Winter 1975.
* Vernon, Ramona. "To Mount Rushmore ." Ideals (Milwaukee). 11(3): , June 1954.
* Vestal, Stanley [Walter S. Campbell]. Fandango: ballads of the old west / Stanley Vestal. Boston, MA; New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1927. 66 p.
Vestal, Stanley. "Lynn Riggs, poet and dramatist." Southwest Review. 15: 64, Autumn 1929.
Vestal, Stanley. "Prairie pictographs." Poetry. nd
Real Western Stories. Vol.15, no.4
Holyoke, MA: Columbia Publications, Dec. 1949. 98 p.
Vidaurri, Cynthia L. "Levantando verses and other vaquero voices: oral traditions of South Texas Mexican American cowboys." p.261-273. In Cowboy poets and cowboy poetry. Edited by David Stanley and Elaine Thatcher. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2000.
Visscher, William Lightfoot. Poems of the south and other verses / William Lightfoot Visscher. Chicago, IL: ?, 1911
Vliet, R. G. Events and celebrations / R. G. Vliet. New York: Viking, 1966. 113 p.
A collection of verse mostly about Texas and cowboy life, including "Clem Maverick."
* Voices of the southwest: a book of Texan verse. Edited by Hilton Ross Greer. New York: Macmillan, 1923. 207 p.
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