Gene Derwood

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Gene Derwood (1909–1954) was an American poet, painter and wife of the poet and anthologist Oscar Williams.

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The couple lived in a penthouse of an office building on Water Street.[1]

The Lilly Library of Indiana University holds a collection of her letters.[2] Harvard University also holds archival material.[3]

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