New Thoughts for a New World

TitleNew Thoughts for a New World
Year for Search1945
AuthorsHuffman, Bert[ram Wilson](1870-1953)
PaginationOne folded sheet 4 pp.
Date Published[1945]
PublisherAuthor
Place PublishedNewton Station, BC, Canada
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Three poems. “The Poet’s Dream Come True” [2] sees the return of a everyday, workingman Christ and the coming of the millennium. “O, Bells of Freedom” [3] is a plea for people to respond to the “Bells of Freedom” and build a eutopia. “When the Tumult Dies” [4] questions whether at war’s end people will create a “World at Peace” or more “Hatred.” T

Holding Institutions

RPB

Author Note

(1870-1953)

Full Text

[1945] Huffman, Bert[ram Wilson] (1870-1953). New Thoughts for a New World. Newton Station, BC, Canada: Author. One folded sheet. 4 pp. RPB

Three poems. “The Poet’s Dream Come True” [2] sees the return of a everyday, workingman Christ and the coming of the millennium. “O, Bells of Freedom” [3] is a plea for people to respond to the “Bells of Freedom” and build a eutopia. “When the Tumult Dies” [4] questions whether at war’s end people will create a “World at Peace” or more “Hatred.” The author was a well-known Oregon author. His papers are held at the University of Oregon.