Rome, Italy; Woodbury, Conn.
Collection size: ca. 160 p. (on 1 microfilm reel)
Collection Summary: Kay Sage's memoirs, covering the period ca. 1910-1935. She writes of her family; childhood years in the United States and Europe; travels; her painting; living in Italy; her marriage to Prince Ranieri di San Faustino; and her friendship with Ezra Pound. The manuscript is a typescript, edited throughout, presumably by Sage.
Biographical/Historical Note: Painter; Woodbury, Conn. Born 1898 in Albany, N.Y. Married surrealist painter Yves Tanguay. Died 1963.
Photocopy donated 1966 by Henry Sage Goodwin, relative of Sage.
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