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Samuel Putnam--the legendary translator of Cervantes and Rabelais--was first to propose that House be awarded a Nobel "as a merited recognition of his services to humanity and all that he has done for the building of a better world." Harvard-trained historian Sidney Fay chimed in, calling House "one of the best ambassadors of international cooperation and goodwill." And in his tribute to House at the 1948 SCMLA banquet, Willibrand wondered "how in a state so young, so isolated from great national literary centers, could he almost single-handedly have founded a scholarly magazine which has achieved an international reputation and world-wide fame" (South-Central Bulletin, Oct.
I am grateful to the following organizations for fellowship awards that aided this project: the South Central Modern Language Association (SCMLA), the Newberry Library, and Brigham Young University's Charles Redd Center for
* Based on a poster presentation at MLA '08, the 108th Annual Meeting of the Medical Library Association; Chicago, IL; May 18, 2008; and at SCMLA '07, the 57th Annual Meeting of the Southern Chapter/Medical Library Association; Charleston, SC; November 15, 2007.