No one is more closely identified with Bread Loaf than Robert Frost, who first came to the School of English in 1921, encouraged the founding of the Writers' Conference in 1926, and returned to the Bread Loaf campus nearly every year for forty-two years. His legacy is represented by these materials from Special Collections at Middlebury College.

Lectures | Readings

Nineteen Bread Loaf and Abernethy lectures, many with audio

Letters | Manuscripts

Holograph letters and manuscripts


Selected Bibliography


Photographs from the Middlebury College Archives

Robert Frost: Verbatim

Excerpts from the journals of Reginald L. "Doc" Cook

About this exhibit

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