Pulsifer, Harold (1886 - 1948)

Genre: Poetry

Harold Trowbridge Pulsifer was born in Manchester, CT. He graduated from Harvard in 1911 and lived in Mountainville, NY. He was a magazine writer and editor, poet, naturalist and enthusiastic trout fisherman. He edited The Outlook magazine, a publication founded by his grandfather, from 1913 to 1928 and was an award-winning poet. He retired to Harpswell, ME.

Selected Bibliography

  • Mothers and Men: a Book of Poems (1916)
  • "Glory o' the Dawn" (1923)
  • Harvest of Time: Poems (1932)
  • First Symphony: a Sonnet Sequence (1935)
  • Elegy for a House (1935)
  • Rowan: a Collection of Verse (1937)
  • Poems: 1912-1947 (1954)

Selected Resources