Smith, Carolyn

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Smith, Carolyn

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[19--?]-

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Carolyn Smith was a bookstore owner and an acquaintance of Irving Layton. Smith frequently held poetry readings during the 1960s and 1970s at her bookstore, The Book Cellar on St. James Street in Hamilton and at the First Unitarian Church, also located in Hamilton. Among those who gave readings at the poetry events was Irving Layton.

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Created 2012

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Sources

Jocelyn Godolphin, “Gifts Enrich the Layton Collection,” Bibliofile (Winter 2009): 2.

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