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Poets Garden records

Finding aid prepared by Rebecca Hirsch, Anna Clark and Sarah Guidas, 2010

The processing of this collection and the creation of this finding aid was funded by the generous support of the National Historic Publications and Records Commission.

Summary Information

Repository
USC Libraries Special Collections
Creator
Le Prade, Ruth
Title
Poets Garden records
Collection no.
0110
Date [inclusive]
1876-1971
Extent
90.0 Linear feet, 98 boxes, 1 map-case folder
Language
English
Abstract
The Poets Garden records contains publications, letters, diaries, and memorabilia of the literary group created by Los Angeles poet Ruth Le Prade. The collection also contains materials relating to the poet Edwin Markham (1852-1940) and the labor and socialist activist Eugene Debs.

Preferred Citation

[Box/folder# or item name], Poets Garden records, Collection no. 0110, Special Collections, USC Libraries, University of Southern California

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Historical Note

Edwin Markham dedicated the Poets Garden, located in Ruth Le Prade's backyard at 1622 S. Spaulding Street, in April 1927 with the planting of a sycamore tree called the Song Tree in honor of Ruth Le Prade and a wisteria tree for Peace. Between 1927 and Le Prade's death in 1969, other trees were planted in honor of poets and literary figures, including a Gingko tree to honor the Chinese poet Moon Kwan, an oak tree for Chaucer and trees honoring William Shakespeare, Edgar Allan Poe, Rudyard Kipling and Edwin Markham. There were also trees in the Poets Garden dedicated to Jesus, the Divine Mother (Mary) and Brotherhood. The slogan of the Garden was "Bread, Beauty and Brotherhood." Le Prade hosted events at Christmas and Markham's birthday every year in the garden, and many of the people represented in this collection were attendees of these events.

However, the Poets Garden was not just a physical garden. It also consisted of Ruth Le Prade's circle of acquaintances, friends and correspondents, most of whom were writers and/or poets. Le Prade kept much of her correspondence with "members" of the Poets Garden (there was, however, no official membership). In some cases, most notably Gordon Norris and Robert Whitaker, Le Prade received the papers and correspondence of her friends to add to her collection. Beginning in 1953, Le Prade began to donate most of her collection (both books and paper records) to the University of Southern California. She also gave a collection documenting Florence Hamilton's relationship with Edwin Markham to the Library of Congress in 1953.

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Scope and Content

The records of Poets Garden contain Ruth Le Prade's personal papers, those of her friends she considered part of the Poets Garden, a small section on Eugene Debs (who died before the Garden was established as such), and publications collected either by Le Prade or one of the Garden's other members. Le Prade’s personal papers include her correspondence with people not individually represented at the series level in the collection, financial records, typescript and manuscript drafts of her works (both prose and poetry, published and unpublished), her manuscript notes, scrapbooks, photographs and newspaper and periodical clippings. The records for the people named at the series level generally include their correspondence both to and from Ruth Le Prade. However, they may also include any combination of the following: typescript and manuscript drafts, correspondence with people other than Le Prade, correspondence to or from Le Prade about the series’s namesake, clippings by, about or collected by the series’s namesake, photographs, awards, plaques and scrapbooks.

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Organization

The Poets Garden records are organized into 26 series. 25 of the series reflect Ruth Le Prade's original arrangement of the collection and are based on specific people. These series contain the correspondence both to and from Ruth Le Prade with these people, along with any other files Le Prade created or received from them. The last series consists of the publications found throughout the collection. The series of the Poets Garden records are:

1. Ruth Le Prade

2. Edwin Markham

3. Florence Hamilton

4. Alzire Adrienne "Faith" Chevaillier

5. Eugene Debs

6. Robert Whitaker

7. Guy Bogart

8. Genevieve Farnell Bond

9. Verne Bright

10. Grace Bush

11. Ethelean Tyson Gaw

12. Moon Kwan

13. Seumas MacManus

14. Eric Mayne

15. Juanita Miller

16. Angela Morgan

17. Dion O'Donnol

18. Gordon Norris

19. Ruth Clay Price (Ruth Price Simpson)

20. Adeline de Walt "Grandma" Reynolds

21. Luther Standing Bear

22. John Milton Scott

23. Ruth Forbes Sherry

24. Selman Warren Stone

25. Lucia Trent

26. Publications

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

USC Libraries Special Collections
2010
Doheny Memorial Library 206
3550 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, California, 90089-0189
213-740-5900
specol@usc.edu

Conditions Governing Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE. Advance notice required for access.

Conditions Governing Use

All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Manuscripts Librarian. Permission for publication is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials

USC Cinematic Arts Library Collection no. 2137, Adeline De Walt Reynolds Papers.

Edwin Markham Papers, Library of Congress.

Florence Hamilton Collection Relating to Edwin Markham, Library of Congress.

The Edwin Markham Library and Manuscripts Collection, Wagner College, Staten Island, New York.

The Cornelius Greenway Collection of Edwin Markham Papers (MS 74-17), Wichita State University.

Joaquin and Juanita Miller Collection (H2007.4), Special Collections, Honnold/Mudd Library, Libraries of The Claremont Colleges.

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Controlled Access Headings

Genre(s)

  • Clippings
  • Correspondence
  • Diaries
  • Ephemera
  • Letters
  • Manuscripts
  • Memorabilia
  • Periodicals
  • Scrapbooks
  • Typescripts

Geographic Name(s)

  • Los Angeles (Calif.)--History--Archival resources
  • United States--History--20th century--Archival resources

Personal Name(s)

  • Bogart, Guy, b. 1883 -- Archives
  • Bogart, Guy, b. 1883 -- Correspondence
  • Bond, Genevieve Farnell, d. 1961 -- Archives
  • Bond, Genevieve Farnell, d. 1961 -- Correspondence
  • Bright, Verne -- Archives
  • Bright, Verne -- Correspondence
  • Bush, Grace E., 1884-1967 -- Archives
  • Bush, Grace E., 1884-1967 -- Correspondence
  • Chevaillier, Alzire A., (Alzire Adrienne), d. 1935 -- Archives
  • Chevaillier, Alzire A., (Alzire Adrienne), d. 1935 -- Correspondence
  • Cheyney, Ralph, 1896-1941 -- Archives
  • Debs, Eugene V., (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926 -- Archives
  • Debs, Eugene V., (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926 -- Correspondence
  • Gaw, Ethelean Tyson -- Archives
  • Gaw, Ethelean Tyson -- Correspondence
  • Hamilton, Florence -- Archives
  • Hamilton, Florence -- Correspondence
  • Kwan, Moon -- Archives
  • Kwan, Moon -- Correspondence
  • Le Prade, Ruth -- Archives
  • Le Prade, Ruth -- Correspondence
  • MacManus, Seumas, 1869-1960 -- Archives
  • MacManus, Seumas, 1869-1960 -- Correspondence
  • Markham, Edwin, 1852-1940 -- Archives
  • Markham, Edwin, 1852-1940 -- Correspondence
  • Mayne, Eric -- Archives
  • Mayne, Eric -- Correspondence
  • Miller, Juanita Joaquina, 1880-1970 -- Archives
  • Miller, Juanita Joaquina, 1880-1970 -- Correspondence
  • Morgan, Angela, d. 1957 -- Archives
  • Morgan, Angela, d. 1957 -- Correspondence
  • Norris, Gordon W., 1907-1961 -- Archives
  • Norris, Gordon W., 1907-1961 -- Correspondence
  • O'Donnol, Dion, 1912- -- Archives
  • O'Donnol, Dion, 1912- -- Correspondence
  • Price, Ruth Clay -- Archives
  • Price, Ruth Clay -- Correspondence
  • Reynolds, Adeline de Walt, 1862-1961 -- Archives
  • Reynolds, Adeline de Walt, 1862-1961 -- Correspondence
  • Scott, John Milton, 1854-1928 -- Archives
  • Scott, John Milton, 1854-1928 -- Correspondence
  • Sherry, Ruth Forbes, b. 1883 -- Archives
  • Sherry, Ruth Forbes, b. 1883 -- Correspondence
  • Standing Bear, Luther, 1868?-1939 -- Archives
  • Standing Bear, Luther, 1868?-1939 -- Correspondence
  • Trent, Lucia, 1897-1977 -- Archives
  • Trent, Lucia, 1897-1977 -- Correspondence
  • Wells, Wesley Robert -- Correspondence
  • Whitaker, Robert, 1863-1944 -- Archives
  • Whitaker, Robert, 1863-1944 -- Correspondence

Subject(s)

  • American literature--20th century--Archival resources
  • American poetry--20th century--Archival resources
  • Christian socialism--Archival resources
  • Dakota Indians--Archival resources
  • Families of prisoners of war--Archival resources
  • Poets, American--20th century--Archival resources
  • Prison reformers--Archival resources
  • Prisoners--Correspondence
  • Religious poetry, American--Archival resources
  • Socialism and literature--United States--History--20th century
  • Socialism--California--Archival Resources
  • Socialists--California--Los Angeles--Archival resources
  • Women social reformers--United States--Archival Resources
  • Women--United States--History--20th century--Archival resources
  • World War, 1939-1945--Archival resources
  • World War, 1939-1945--Repatriation of war dead--United States--Archival Resources
  • World War, 1939-1945--United States--Archival resources

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Collection Inventory

Series 1:  Ruth Le Prade 

Biographical Note

Ruth Le Prade was born on July 20, 1894, near Modesto, California to William and Mary Coward. Her name was Ruth Le Prade Coward until she dropped her last name as a teenager. She moved to Los Angeles around 1913, where she spent the rest of her life. She was discovered by Edwin Markham in 1915 during his travels in Los Angeles. At the time, Le Prade was attending Manual Arts High School. After her graduation from high school, Le Prade attended the University of California, Berkeley, and J.F. Rowny Press published her first volume of poetry, A Woman Free, in 1917. The volume was introduced by Edwin Markham and well-received critically. Le Prade, a pacifist and socialist, met her husband Harold Story while protesting World War I in Southern California. They wed in 1919, upon Story’s release from Camp Kearny. They had one son, Eugene Le Prade Story (1926-1945). After Le Prade and Story divorced, Le Prade retained custody of her son.

The Poets Garden, which began with the naming of trees already in Le Prade’s backyard for poets, was formally dedicated in 1927 by Edwin Markham with the planting of the Song Tree (a sycamore). Le Prade died May 25, 1969 in Los Angeles.

Scope and Content

This series contains Ruth Le Prade’s personal papers, including her personal correspondence, papers documenting her son’s life and service in the Army during World War II, Le Prade’s campaign to get Wesley Robert Wells’s death sentence commuted or pardoned, typescripts and manuscripts of her prose and poetry, her notebooks and other manuscript notes, photographs, ephemera, financial and legal records, newspaper and magazine clippings (as well as whole issues of newspapers, particularly the Los Angeles Tribune), scrapbooks, and the records pertaining to the operation of the Poets Garden and the events Le Prade held there.

Arrangement

This series has been arranged into 15 sub-series:

1.A Correspondence

1.B Eugene Le Prade Story

1.C Wesley Robert Wells

1.D The Angel of the Jails (Faith Chevaillier Biography)

1.E Edwin Markham Biography

1.F Prose Manuscripts & Typescripts

1.G Poetry Manuscripts & Typescripts

1.H Financial Records, Business Papers and Calendars

1.I Subject Files & Notes

1.J School Notes & Papers

1.K Poets Garden Celebrations

1.L Photographs & Ephemera

1.M Newsletters & Clippings

1.N Notebooks

1.O Miscellaneous

 Correspondence 

Scope and Content

This series contains Ruth Le Prade’s correspondence with people who are not represented at the series level, her address books and address cards, and mailings and solicitations Le Prade received from various organizations with which she was involved. Her correspondents include Lucy Lang, Marcelle Reber, Jack Gormley, Gloria Reidel and her family, Dale Sheets and Tess tum Suden.

Arrangement

The folders in this sub-series arranged by person or subject reflect Le Prade’s original organization of her papers. The rest of her correspondence was separated into folders either of miscellaneous correspondence or of solicitations and mailings.

Box Folder

 Correspondence about A Moment's Monument 

46 1

 Acknowledgments of Gifts 

46 2

 Velta Myrtle Allen 

46 3

 Velta Myrtle Allen 

89 14

 Anthony Anderson 

46 4

 Stuart and Susan Beal 

46 5-6

 Raine Bennett 

46 7

 A.C. Bilbrew 

46 8

 Dan Blanding 

46 9

 Bessie Glen Buchanan 

46 10

 California Federation of Chaparral Poets 

46 11

 Aunt Hattie Callner 

46 12

 Mellie Calvert 

46 13

 Christopher Publishing House 

46 14

 Elsie Conklin 

46 15

 Copyrights 

46 16

 Margaret Davis 

46 17

 Marie De Castro 

46 18

 Dekker Women 

46 19

 Department of Social Services 

46 20

 Frederick Dockweiler (Lawyer) 

46 21

 Samuel Draper 

46 22

 Edwin Markham Memorial Association 

46 23

 Estelle Poet- Lyrist 

46 24

 Ben Field 

46 25

 Friends Committee for National Legislation 

46 26

 Kate Crane Gartz 

46 27

 Gloria Gartz 

46 28

 Mimo Gartz 

46 29-30

 T. Perceval Gerson, M.D. 

46 31

 Lillian B. Goldsmith 

47 1

 Jack Gormley 

47 2

 Ruby Archer Gray 

47 3

 Greenhills 

47 4

 Mary Harper 

47 5

 Gray Harriman 

47 6

 Joseph Hickcox 

47 7

 Huntington Library 

47 8

 Robert Kimberly 

47 9

 Mary Holland Kincaid 

47 10

 Florence Kirkpatrick 

47 11

 Lucy Lang 

47 12

 Peggy Wyatt Le Grand 

47 13

 Dorothy Lindquist 

47 14

 The Library of Congress 1952-1960 

47 15-16

 Eloisa Lucero 

47 17

 Mark Twain Society 

47 18

 Edwin Markham 

47 19

 John Masefield 

47 20

 Rezin A. Maynard 

47 21-22

 Ernest McBride 

47 23

 Dolores McBride 

47 24

 John McGroarty 

47 25

 Lester McMillan 

47 26

 Gabriella Mistral 

47 27

 John Moore 

47 28

 Tom Mooney 

47 29

 Mary Murphy 

47 30

 Dolores Murray 

47 31

 Correspondence from Richard Nixon 

Scope and Content

2 typed letters (signed), 2 envelopes

47 32

 James Neill Northe 

47 33

 Reverend John H. Owens 

47 34

 Roger Payne 

48 1

 Roger Payne- Clippings 

48 2

 Thais M. Plaisted 

48 3

 J.F. Rowny Press 

48 4-6

 Hazel Rea 

48 7-9

 Marcelle Reber 

48 10-14

 Reuss Family 

48 15-16

 Mary Rich 

48 17

 Gloria Riedel 

48 18

 Margaretha Riedel 

48 19

 Correspondence from Eleanor Roosevelt 

Scope and Content

1 typed letter (signed), 1 envelope

48 20

 Marcella M. Rossiter Correspondence 

48 21

 Carl Sandburg Correspondence 1949 November 1 

Scope and Content

1 typed letter (signed)

48 22

 Marvin Sanford 

48 23

 Dale Sheets 

48 24

 Correspondence from Upton Sinclair 1920 October 

Scope and Content

2 typed letters (signed)

49 1

 Southern California Women's Press Club Monthly Bulletins c. 1932-1956 

49 2-7

 Press Club Correspondence and Ephemera 

49 8

 Press Club Contest 

49 9-10

 William Stidger 

49 11

 Irving Stone 

49 12

 Sidney Strong 

49 13

 Tess tum Suden 

49 14-15

 Luella Twining 

49 16

 UNESCO 

49 17

 University of Southern California 

49 18

 Sunflower 

49 19-21

 Eleanor Weaver Correspondence 

49 22

 The Whites 

49 23

 Dr. Percival Wiksell 

49 24

 Irene Wilde 

49 25

 Willard Huntington Wright 

49 26

 Letters to and from Publishers 

50 1

 Letters of Recommendation 

50 2

 Letters of Rejection 1925-1930 

50 3

 Letters from Young Friends 

50 4

 Mis-Listing of Poets Garden as a Publication 

50 5

 Ruth Le Prade's Correspondence with her Father 

50 6

 Address Book 

50 7-8

 Addresses 

50 9-10

 Photostats of Correspondence 

50 11

 Photocopies of Correspondence 

50 12-13

 Solicitations and Mailings 

50 14-21

 Solicitations and Mailings 

51 1-5

 Correspondence 1917-1919 

51 6-7

 Correspondence 

51 8-17

 Correspondence 

52 1-15

 Correspondence 

53 1-12

 Envelopes from Ruth Le Prade Undated, 1947-1954 

56 15

 Envelopes to Ruth Le Prade 1954-1956 

56 13

 Greeting Cards 

56 9-10

 Greeting Card Envelopes 

56 8

 Correspondence 

96 1

 Address Book 

96 3

 Eugene Le Prade Story 

Biographical Note

Eugene Le Prade Story was born July 20, 1925, in Los Angeles to Ruth Le Prade and Harold Story. His parents divorced while he was young, and he was raised by his mother. He graduated from Los Angeles High School in 1943 and enlisted in the Army August 1. While attending high school, Story met Gloria Riedel, and was planning to marry her upon his return from the war. He was deployed to the European front and was captured by the Germans during the Battle of the Bulge. He was kept in a POW camp with his friend Dale Sheets until his death on March 19, 1945. Le Prade did not find out about her son’s death until May 28, 1945, and his body was not returned to the United States for burial until 1948.

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains the papers of Eugene Le Prade Story, including his correspondence with his parents and friends, school papers, photographs, the personal effects upon his body at the time of his death, and his baby book. Also included in this sub-series are Ruth Le Prade’s correspondence with the Army about the disposition of Eugene’s property and pension, letters of bereavement she received upon notification of his death and her correspondence with the Army about the re-interment of Eugene’s body in Golden Gate National Cemetery in San Francisco, California, in 1948.

Box Folder

 Letters from Eugene Le Prade Story 

31 1

 Correspondence to Eugene Le Prade Story 

31 2

 Correspondence to/from Eugene Le Prade Story 

31 3

 Letters from Eugene Le Prade Story 

31 4

 Correspondence with Eugene Le Prade Story 

31 5

 Correspondence to/from Eugene Le Prade Story 

31 6

 Letters to Eugene Le Prade Story returned to Ruth Le Prade when he went missing 

31 7

 Correspondence with Harold Story and Story Family Photos 

31 8

 Letters of Bereavement 

31 9-10

 Correspondence about Eugene Le Prade Story's Capture and Death 

31 11

 Correspondence about Disposition of Eugene Le Prade Story's Body 

31 12

 Correspondence about Eugene Le Prade Story 

31 13

 Effects of Eugene Le Prade Story at Time of Death 

31 14

 Army Forms 

31 15

 Prisoners of War Bulletin 

31 16

 Runaway 

31 17

 High School Diploma 

31 18

 School Work 

31 19

 Baby Book 

31 20

 Items Removed from Eugene Le Prade Story's Baby Book 

31 21

 Astronomy 

31 22

 Photographs and Protractor 

31 23

 Printed Material Pertaining to Eugene Le Prade Story 

32 1

 Miscellaneous 

32 2
Box

 Photographs of Eugene Le Prade Story as a Baby 

91
Box Folder

 Greeting Cards 1934-1957 

56 14
Box

 Star Finders 

97

 Wesley Robert Wells 

Biographical Note

Wesley Robert Wells (1909-1975?), was sentenced to death in 1947 after throwing a cuspidor at a prison guard. While serving a five-year term for auto theft in 1944, Wells was found guilty of possessing a knife, and his sentence was changed to an additional five years to life. In 1947, he was sentenced to death for violating Section 4500 of the California Penal Code, which stipulated that a prisoner serving a life sentence could be executed for striking a guard. Wells' case drew the attention of civil libertarians, labor unions and concerned individuals. The Civil Rights Congress, Congress of Industrial Organizations and other supporters organized a campaign to prevent his execution. Organizers also initiated a drive to abolish the penal conditions which resulted in discriminatory treatment of African-American prisoners. Their efforts were successful, and Wells was saved from execution.

Scope and Content

This sub-series documents Ruth Le Prade’s involvement in the efforts to have Wesley Robert Wells’ sentence of execution stayed or pardoned. Materials in this sub-series include Le Prade’s correspondence with Wells and with other parties about Wells, clippings about Wells and other prison-related issues, Wells’ appeals to Governor Pat Brown, and Le Prade’s files on capital punishment.

Box Folder

 Correspondence 1953-1954 

27 2-3

 Correspondence to Wesley Robert Wells 1954-1966 

27 4-7

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1954-1966 

27 8-9

 Correspondence from Wesley Robert Wells 1955-1966 

27 10-11

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1962-1966 

27 12

 Christmas Cards from Wesley Robert Wells 

27 13

 Correspondence to/from Ruth Le Prade 

27 14

 Correspondence about Wesley Robert Wells 

27 15-16

 Poetry about Wesley Robert Wells 

27 17

 Notes about Wesley Robert Wells 

27 18-19

 Appeal to Governor 

28 1-2

 Clippings 

28 3-4

 Newspapers 

28 5

 Capital Punishment 

28 6-8

 Miscellaneous 

28 9-13

 The Angel of the Jails (Faith Chevaillier Biography) 

Scope and Content

This sub-series consists of materials pertaining to Le Prade’s unpublished biography of Faith Chevaillier, The Angel of the Jails. Included in this sub-series is correspondence about the work, manuscript, typescript and carbon drafts of the book and notes and source material about the life of Chevaillier.

Box Folder

 Correspondence about the Angel of the Jails 

25 1

 Materials and Notes for Faith Chevaillier Biography 

25 2

 Outlines for Faith Chevaillier Biography 

25 3

 Angel of the Jails- Outline 

25 4

 Angel of the Jails- Notes 

25 5

 Research for Faith Chevaillier Biography 

25 6

 Notes on Faith Chevaillier's Estate 

25 7

 Angel of the Jails- General Notes 

25 8-9

 Angel of the Jails- Second Draft Book I 

25 10-12

 The Angel of the Jails- Second Draft Book II 

25 13-14

 Angel of the Jails Manuscript- Second Draft Book III 

25 15-16

 Angel of the Jails- Manuscript Draft Book IV, Part I 

25 17

 Angel of the Jails- Manuscript Draft Book IV, Part II 

25 18

 Angel of the Jails- Manuscript Draft Book IV, Part III 

25 19

 Angel of the Jails- Manuscript Draft Book IV, Part IV 

25 20

 Angel of the Jails- Manuscript Book IV, Part V 

25 21

 Angel of the Jails- Manuscript Draft of Final Chapter 

25 22

 The Angel of the Jails- Volume I Typescript 

25 23-24

 The Angel of the Jails- Volume II Typescript 

26 1-2

 The Angel of the Jails- Typescript Draft 

26 3-6

 The Angel of the Jails- Typescript 

26 7-10

 Angel of the Jails- Typescript Draft 

26 11-14

 Angel of the Jails- Carbons of Re-Write, Book II 

26 15

 Angel of the Jails Typed Carbon- Book III 

26 16

 Duplicate Pages of Manuscripts of Angel of the Jails 

27 1

 The Angel of the Jails - Contents and Abstract 

54 11
Box

 Note Cards 

82

 Edwin Markham Biography 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains the materials Le Prade compiled while researching her unpublished biography of Edwin Markham, including her research notes, typescripts of the biography, photocopies and Photostats of her source materials, and Le Prade’s comments on Florence Hamilton’s biography of Markham.

Box Folder

 Chronology Material for Chapters 

29 1-4

 Materials- Correspondence 1936 

29 5

 Materials- Notes 1936-1937 

29 6

 Materials- Correspondence 1937 

29 7-8

 Notes 1937 April 

29 9

 Source Material- Correspondence 1937 May - August 

29 10

 Source Material- Publicity 1937 

29 11

 Research 1938 

29 12

 Research- Letters 1938 

29 13

 Research- Letters 1939 

29 14

 Research 1938-1940 

29 15

 Research 1940 

29 16

 Research- Important Letters post-1940 

29 17

 Notes on Virgil Markham 

29 18

 Source Material- Folder A 

29 19

 Source Material- Folder B 

29 20

 Source Material- Clippings of Early Poems pre-1937 

29 21

 Materials- Traced Bookplate 

29 22

 Materials- Markham's Own Speech 1933 

29 23

 Materials- Lecture Notes 

29 24

 Materials- Affidavits 

29 25

 Source Material- Correspondence to/from Alfred Becker 

29 26

 Research on "The Man with the Hoe" and Edwin Markham 

29 27

 Source Material- Miscellaneous 

30 1

 Source Materials- Photocopies from Los Angeles Public Library 

30 2

 Photocopies of Letters and Poems by Florence Hamilton and Edwin Markham 

30 3

 Notes on Edwin Markham 

30 4

 Photocopies of Edwin Markham Source Material 

30 5

 Miscellaneous Edwin Markham Material 

30 6

 Notes Taken for Edwin Markham Biography 

30 7

 Research Materials for Edwin Markham 

30 8

 Research on Edwin Markham for Biography 

30 9

 Miscellaneous Working Notes for Edwin Markham Biography 

30 10

 Rough Outlines, Information, and Notes on Edwin Markham 

30 11

 Edwin Markham: A Bibliography 

30 12

 Materials for Notes on Book II, Chapter I of Edwin Markham Biography 

30 13

 Edwin Markham Biography- Chapters Writing 

30 14

 Materials for Chapters I through VI 

30 15

 Notes for Chapter 1 of Edwin Markham Biography 

30 16

 Memoir of Edwin Markham- Book 1 

30 17-18

 Memoir of Edwin Markham- Book 2 

30 19-20

 Carbon Copies of Edwin Markham Poems 

30 21

 Poems to/about Edwin Markham 

30 22

 Correspondence about Florence Hamilton's Edwin Markham Biography 

30 23

 Corrections to Florence Hamilton's Edwin Markham Biography 

30 24

 Bids and Receipts for Edwin Markham Book 1951-1952 

30 25

 Edwin Markham Biography - Correspondence between Alfred Becker and Florence Hamilton 

54 5

 Correspondence about Edwin Markham's Failing Health 

54 25
Box

 Note Cards 

81-82

 Prose Manuscripts & Typescripts 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains manuscript and typescript drafts of short stories and book-length prose works written by Ruth Le Prade. Most of the writings in this sub-series were never published, but Le Prade’s correspondence with publishers about these works is also included in this sub-series.

Box Folder

 Some Poets I Have Known in California (lecture) 

36 23

 Short Story Typescripts 

36 24

 Short Story Typescripts 

36 25-26

 Short Story Typescripts 

37 1-2

 Short Stort Typescripts 

37 3

 Forest Fables- Typescript 

37 4

 Taurus- Manuscript 

37 5

 "Mothers of Famous Men and Some of Their Problems"- Typescripts 

37 6

 "Old Kentucky"- Typescripts 

37 7

 Amerindian- Typescripts 

37 8

 "Amerindian" Program 

37 9

 Lecture Recitals 

37 10

 Tingleangle- Manuscript Draft 

37 11

 Tingleangle- Typescript [c.1] 

37 12

 Tingleangle- Typescript [c.2] 

37 13

 Tingleangle- Typescript 

37 14-15

 "Salute to the Jew" 

37 16

 "Madge Morris"- Typescripts 

37 17

 Prose Typescripts 

37 18

 Carbons of Poems for "Star of Freedom" 

37 19

 "Star of Freedom" Lecture Notes 

37 20

 "Freedom's Daughter" Typescript 

37 21

 "Freedom's Daughter" Lecture Notes 

37 22

 "Freedom's Daughter" Program 

37 23

 Drafts of "The Blue Envelope" 

37 24

 "The Star that Faith Built" 

37 25

 Notebook for Adventures of Zara 

37 26-27

 Mother O'Day Source Material 

38 1

 Mother O'Day- First Typing Carbons 

38 2-4

 Mother O'Day Typescript 

38 5-7

 Mother O'Day of Bride Street, Boyle Heights- Edited Typescript 

38 8

 Mother O'Day of Bride Street, Boyle Heights- Typescript 

38 9

 Mother O'Day- Clippings and Research Notes 

38 10

 "Mother O'Day of Bride Street, Boyle Heights"- Typescript 

38 11

 Correspondence about Bright Boreen 

38 12-13

 Bright Boreen- Typescript 

38 14-15

 Bright Boreen- Miscellaneous Typescript Pages 

38 16

 Bright Boreen- Typescript 

38 17-18

 Edwin Markham Play- Final Manuscript Draft 

38 19

 Edwin Markham Centennial Play 

38 20

 Miscellaneous Prose and Poetry Drafts 

38 21

 Notebook for Adventures of Zara 

39 1

 Published Poems and Prose 

39 2

 Bright Boreen - Search for Publisher 

54 12

 Article Typescripts 

54 15

 Correspondence about Song Tree 

54 26

 The Story of Nara de Fleurier, by Charmian Ardmore - Typescript 

55 9

 The True and Intimate Confessions of Nara de Fleurier, ed. Charmian Ardmore - Typescript 

55 10

 Nothing But Dreams - Harriet Howe 

55 18

 Poetry Manuscripts & Typescripts 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains manuscript and typescript drafts of Ruth Le Prade’s poetry. Also included in this sub-series are the publication files for Le Prade’s books The Song Tree and  Gypsy Love Songs.

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 Miscellaneous Poems Vol. I 1915-1942 

33 4-5

 Poems- Vol. II 1942-1947 

33 6-7

 Poems- Vol. III 1948-1954 

33 8-10

 Poems- Vol. IV 1955-1961 

33 11-12

 Poems- Vol. I pg. 1-140, 264-327 

33 13

 Poems- Vol. I pg. 14-263 

33 14

 Poems- Vol. II 1942-1947 

33 15-16

 Poems- Vol. III 1948-1954 

33 17

 Poems- Vol. III 1948-1954 

34 1-2

 Poems and Rimes- Vol. IV 1955-1965 

34 3-4

 Poems and Rimes- Vol. V 1966-1967 

34 5

 Poems Vol. I 

34 6-8

 Prose- Vol. II 

34 9-11

 Carbons of Poetry and Prose, Vol. III 

34 12-13

 Poetry Notebook 

34 14-16

 Extra Copies of Poems 1917 

34 17

 Poetry 1946 

34 18

 Poetry Typescripts 1960s 

34 19

 Extra Copies of Poems 1961-1967 

34 20

 Poems 1963 

34 21

 Lists of Poems 

34 22

 Poetry 

35 1-4

 Poetry Manuscripts 

35 5-8

 Poems Before- Typescripts (used) 

35 9

 Poetry Typescripts 

35 10-11

 Miscellaneous Poetry Typescripts 

35 12

 Miscellaneous Poetry 

35 13-15

 Flame from the Poets Garden- Typescript 

35 16-17

 Flame from the Poets Garden- Layout 

35 18

 Frail Words 

35 19-20

 Frail Words- Typescripts 

35 21-22

 The Red Hibiscus- Typescripts and Layout 

35 23

 Thought Designs- Typescript 

35 24

 Sonnet Typescripts 

36 1

 Poems and Rimes for USC 

36 2

 The Red Hibiscus 

36 3

 Poetry/ Notes for Poems/ Poems in Creation 

36 4

 Rough Drafts of Poetry 

36 5

 Typed Poems 

36 6

 Strange Magician- Typescript 

36 7-8

 Poems of Light- Manuscript 

36 9

 Mock-up Cover of Song Tree 

36 10

 Song Tree Proofs and Layout 

36 11

 Song Tree Publication File 

36 12

 Ledgers for The Song Tree 

36 13

 Tax Records for Song Tree 

36 14

 Song Tree Reviews 

36 15

 Gypsy Love Songs 

36 16

 Gypsy Love Songs- Manuscripts 

36 17

 Gypsy Love Songs- Typescripts 

36 18-19

 Gypsy Love Songs- Duplicate Typescripts 

36 20

 Gypsy Love Songs- Book Layout 

36 21

 Edwin Markham and Virgilia: Twelve Poems 1958 July 20 

36 22

 Replies for Songs of Love and Freedom 

54 27

 Scrapbook of Poems Published in the California Social Democrat 

55 4

 Rhymes of the Road - by Jungle Joe 

55 6

 Photocopies of Manuscript Poems and Other Miscellaneous 

55 7

 Poems from Elfin and Sylvia 

55 8

 Financial Records, Business Papers and Calendars 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains Ruth Le Prade’s financial records, including cancelled checks, ledgers, tax receipts for property and sales tax, correspondence about her land in San Pasqual, California, legal papers and calendars.

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 Taxes- Los Angeles 

32 3-5

 Taxes- Lighting Assessments 

32 6

 California Sales Tax 

32 7

 San Diego County Property Taxes 

32 8

 Taxes 

32 9

 Correspondence with Ed Fletcher about Land in San Pasqual 

32 10

 Sale of Land in San Pasqual 

32 11

 Land in San Pasqual 

32 12-13

 Legal Documents and Lists 

32 14

 Jury Duty 

32 15

 Repairs Bids 1968 

32 16

 Financial Records 

32 17

 Cancelled Checks 

32 18

 Ledgers 

32 19

 Calendar Book 1960 

32 20

 Calendar 1961 

32 21

 Calendars 

33 1-3

 Business and Financial Papers 

54 6

 Calendars 

54 13

 Financial Records 

56 11
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 Calendars 

93

 Subject Files & Notes 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains Ruth Le Prade’s subject and notes files. The subject files contain clippings, notes and occasionally ephemera and correspondence pertaining to specific subjects; the notes files are more general and frequently of a miscellaneous nature.

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 Notes on Florence Hamilton 

39 3

 Notes for Florence Hamilton Biography 

39 4

 Black Notebook #8- General Information 

39 5

 Black Notebook #9- Phillips Brooks 

39 6

 Bible Readings/Poetry of Bible 

39 7

 Wit and Humor- Stories, Jokes, etc. 

39 8

 "A Poet, A Prophet, and an Angel"- Lecture Notes 

39 9

 Walt Whitman 

39 10

 Edgar Allan Poe 

39 11

 Korean War 

39 12

 Notes on George Washington Carver 

39 13

 Pacific University 

39 14

 Notes on Shakespeare's Sonnets 

39 15

 Civil Rights- General 

39 16

 Civil Rights- "The Sun" -  Reporter 

39 17

 Civil Rights- Newspaper Clippings 

39 18

 California Eagle Clippings- Loren Miller 

39 19

 Notes on Socialists 

39 20

 Notes on Karl Marx 

39 21

 Miscellaneous Notes on Poets Garden and on Grammar and Writing 

39 22

 Articulation 

39 23

 The Sonnet 

39 24

 Poetry Notes 

39 25

 Nazism and Gerald L.K. Smith 

39 26

 Birdman of Alcatraz 

39 27

 Descriptions of Linn Lilla 

39 28

 Research for Poetry Lecture Recitals 

39 29

 Notes on Sappho 

39 30

 Poetry Technique 

39 31

 Research on Harriet Tubman 

40 1-3

 Reverend Ashton and Civil Rights 1960s 

40 4

 Short Story Technique- Laurence D'Orsay 

40 5

 Miscellaneous Research and Lecture Notes 

40 6

 Miscellaneous Notes 

40 7

 Notebook 

40 8

 Notes 

40 9-10

 Manuscript Notes 

40 11

 Miscellaneous Notes 

40 12-17

 Notes and Clippings 

40 18

 Meditations 

53 16

 Meditations - The Heavenly Tree 

53 17

 Children's Play 

53 13

 Manuscript Bibliographies of Various Poets 

53 14

 Campaign Literature 

53 15

 Miscellaneous Notes 

54 16-19

 Notes 

54 20

 Comments about Ruth Le Prade by Other Poets 

54 4

 Empty Stamp Album Pages 

54 7-8

 Annotated New Testament 

55 5

 Articles by Crit Woodson 

55 11

 Sheet Music 

55 12

 "Queen for a Day" 

55 19

 Victory Is Your Business 

55 21

 Madame Lessing - TLS Sheet Music 

55 23

 Articles 

56 7

 Minutes of "Loyal Americans" Meetings 1907 

56 6

 Correspondence from Edwin Markham to Florence Hamilton Compiled for her Birthday 1954 July 20 

56 5
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 Jane Addams LP Record 

97

 School Notes & Papers 

Scope and Content

This sub-series includes ephemera, correspondence and Le Prade’s school papers from her time spent both as a student and an instructor at the Cumnock School of Expression in Los Angeles and as a student in Oregon.

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 Children's Poems from Ruth Le Prade's 6th Grade Class at Cumnock 

40 19

 Notes from Cumnock School (Notebook) 

40 20

 Cumnock Chronicle 

40 21

 Cumnock School of Expression- Alumni 

40 22

 Cumnock School of Expression- Ephemera 

40 23-24

 School Notes and Papers 

40 25

 School Notes and Papers 

41 1

 Notebook from Seaside, Oregon Summer School 1921 

41 2

 Cumnock School of Expression - Correspondence 

54 28

 Cumnock School of Expression - Correspondence 

55 1

 Poets Garden Celebrations 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains correspondence, ephemera, notes and poems related to literary events Ruth Le Prade held in the Poets Garden. Also included in this sub-series is a guestbook signed by visitors to the Poets Garden and photographs and labels from Poets Garden exhibits created by USC.

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 Le Prade-Markham Poetry Program 

41 3

 Poems to Ruth and to the Poets Garden 

41 4

 Poets Garden Ephemera 

41 5

 Poets Garden Mailings 

41 6

 Poets Garden Guest List Undated 

41 7

 Poets Garden Exhibit Labels and Photographs 

41 8

 Poets Garden Exhibit Material 1976 

41 9

 Post- Ruth Le Prade Poets Garden Programs 

41 10

 Notes and Clippings about Markham Celebration 

41 11

 Notes on Preparations for Markham Celebrations 

41 12

 Edwin Markham's Birthday Celebrations 

41 13-14

 Poets Garden Ephemera 

41 15

 Poets Garden Party 1951 

41 16

 Miscellaneous Poets Garden Documents 

41 17

 Notes on Preparations for Markham Celebrations 

41 18

 Sonnets to Edwin Markham by Ben Field 

41 19

 Poems and Notes for Poets Garden Events 

41 20

 Exhibit Photographs and Labels 

41 21

 Poems Typed for Reading in Poets Garden 

41 22

 Clippings about Poets Garden 

41 23

 Poets Garden Guestbook 

41 24

 Collection Given to Library of Congress 

41 25

 Ruth Le Prade Memorial Program at USC 1971 April 26 

54 10

 Edwin Markham Birthday Celebration 

55 2

 Poets Garden Exhibit Cards 

56 12
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 Addresses for Mailings 

82

 Scrapbook 

85

 Photographs, Sheet Music & Ephemera 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains Ruth Le Prade’s photographs, film negatives and ephemera.

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 Photographs 

41 26-29

 Photographs [formerly framed] 

42 1

 Photograph of Mary Murphy 1936 

42 2

 Photographs and Negatives 

42 3-4

 Photographs 

42 5

 Miscellaneous Photographs 

42 6

 Negatives 

42 7

 Blank Letterhead 

42 8

 Ephemera 

42 9-10

 Photographs 

42 11

 Greeting Cards 

42 12

 Greeting Cards 1951 

42 13

 Greeting Cards 1958-1960 

42 14

 Greeting Cards from the Riedels 

42 15

 Photographs and Negatives 

54 14

 Ephemera 

54 21-22

 Blank Greeting Cards 

54 23

 Photocopy and Photodevelopment Receipts 

54 24

 Photographs 

55 3

 Poetry Circulars 

55 22
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 Medal of Longfellow 1916 

91
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 Ruth Le Prade's First Scrapbook 

89 16
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 Sheet Music 

94-95

 Sketches - "Faces" 

97
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 Pens 

95 5

 RLP - 

96 11

 Photographs and Scrap of Miscellaneous Wedding Dress 

96 12

 Newsletters & Clippings 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains newsletters from the ACLU ( The Open Forum and  Civil Liberties), issues of Waif’s Messenger, issues of the  Los Angeles Tribune and Le Prade’s miscellaneous magazine and newspaper clippings.

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 Los Angeles Tribune 

43 1-5

 The Open Forum 

43 6-12

 The Open Forum- Re Marcus Graham 

43 13

 Civil Liberties and  Open Forum 

43 14

 Civil Liberties 

43 15-17

 Southern California Literary Journals 

43 18

 Waifs' Messenger 

43 19

 Los Angeles Tribune 

44 1-11

 Clippings on Poets 

44 12

 Clippings 

44 13-18

 Magazine Clippings 

44 19

 Magazine Clippings 

45 1

 Magazine Stories 

45 2

 Newspaper Clippings 

45 3-18

 Civil Liberties 

53 18

 Open Forum 

53 19

 Clippings 

54 1

 Newspaper Clippings 

54 2-3
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 Life 

83

 Tone 

83
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 Waifs' Messenger 

89 7

 Waifs' Messenger 

89 8

 Newspaper Clippings 

89 9-10

 Searchlight 

89 12

 Searchlight 

89 13

 Manhattan Memos 

96 6

 Notebooks 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains Ruth Le Prade's notebooks on a number of subjects, including her biographies of Faith Chevaillier, Florence Hamilton and Edwin Markham, her novel Bright Boreen and her research on the influence of African-Americans on American culture.

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 Edwin Markham Biography 

76-77

 The Negro in American Culture 

77-78

 Miscellaneous 

77-79, 99

 Faith Chevaillier Biography 

80

 Bright Boreen 

80

 Florence Hamilton Biography 

80

 Scrapbooks 

80

 Miscellaneous 

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 Miscellaneous 1961-1962 

55 13

 Miscellaneous Photocopies 

55 14

 Miscellaneous Rolled Manuscripts 

55 20

 Miscellaneous 

55 24-25

 Miscellaneous 

56 1-4

 Green Folder 

54 9

 Leftover Scrapbook Materials 

55 15-17
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 Note Cards 

82

 Miscellaneous 

84

 Miscellaneous Photographs, Art & Poetry 

86
Box Folder

 Miscellaneous 

89 17
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 Poem 

93
Map-case Drawer

 Miscellaneous Oversized Art, Photographs & Poetry 

5 4
Box Folder

 Miscellaneous 

96 4

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Series 2:  Edwin Markham 

Biographical Note

Edwin Markham was born Charles Edward Anson Markham in Oregon City, Oregon, on April 23, 1852. He moved to northern California with his mother when he was four. He graduated from San Jose State Normal School in 1872. He married his first wife, Annie Cox, in 1875, and held a number of positions at schools in northern and central California. He divorced Annie in 1884; in 1887 he married his second wife, Caroline Bailey. They parted after only a few years, and Markham married his third and final wife, Anna Catherine Murphy, whom he met while living in Oakland, in 1898.

Between 1880, when Markham’s poetry was first published, and 1899, when the San Francisco Chronicle published “The Man with the Hoe,” Markham continued his career in education while also focusing on his development and success as a writer. “The Man with the Hoe” brought Markham into the national spotlight as a poet, as its themes resonated with the populist sentiments of the time; but his fame peaked two years later with the publication of his book  Lincoln and Other Poems. In 1901, Markham moved with his family (he and Anna had a son, Virgil) to Staten Island, where Markham remained for the rest of his life. Shortly after moving to New York, Markham met Florence Hamilton, the lady who would serve as his secretary for sixteen years. Markham continued to write poetry and lecture on the literary lecture circuit until he suffered a debilitating stroke in 1936. In 1937 he was declared mentally incompetent by a court in New York, and in 1938 Anna passed away. After her passing, Markham was largely confined to his house until his death on March 7, 1940. He was buried in Los Angeles.

Scope and Content

This series contains manuscripts of poems, lectures and other works by Markham, some correspondence about his biography and mental state, clippings of publications by or about Markham, photographs and ephemera. Materials pertaining to Markham’s biography can also be found in the Series 1: Ruth Le Prade and Series 3: Florence Hamilton.

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 A Word at the Beginning (Forwards) 1916-1930 

24 12

 Notebook Pages 1923-1935 

24 13

 Autographed Letter (Signed) to Ruth Le Prade and Friends of the Poets Garden 

24 14

 Typed Letter (Signed) to Ruth Le Prade 1916 November 8 

24 15

 "The March of Time" Manuscript 

24 16

 "Swell Manners" 

24 17

 "Quatrains" (3) Manuscript 1924 March 

Scope and Content

Gift of Rabbi Wm. M. Kramer.

24 18

 "The Church of Rebels" Manuscript 1929 June 

24 19

 "Power" Manuscript 1924 November 24 

24 20

 "Outwitted" Manuscript 1933 September 

24 21

 "The Night of Brahm" Manuscript 

24 22

 "My Religion" Manuscript 

24 23

 Draft letter of introduction for Genevieve Farnell/"Lincoln" draft on verse 

Scope and Content

Gift of Genevieve Farnell Bond.

24 24

 "Magic" Manuscript 

24 25

 "In Poppy Fields" Manuscript 1915 April 

24 26

 "The Gray Girls" Manuscript 1902 March 5 

24 27

 "God's Eternal Youth" Manuscript 1932 April 

24 28

 "Fortunes of the Sea" Manuscript 

24 29

 "A Creed" Manuscript 1924 March 

24 30

 Typed Letter (Signed) to Ruth Le Prade 1922 February 3 

24 31

 Letter to Ruth Le Prade 1928 July 13 

24 32

 Hamilton Sonnet Criticism 

24 33

 Edwin Markham- Library of Congress Exhibit 1942 

24 34

 "A Tribute to a Woman" - Manuscript 

Scope and Content

Donated by Florence Hamilton.

24 35

 Manuscript Fragments 

24 36

 Various Manuscript Materials 

24 37

 Miscellaneous Manuscript Materials Donated by Florence Hamilton 

24 38

 Miscellaneous Manuscript Pages 

24 39

 Sheet Music 

24 40

 "Poe" Proof Sheets 

24 41

 Broadsides and Pamphlets 

24 42

 Programs 

24 43

 Brochures 

24 44

 Glass Plate Slides 

24 45

 Photographs 

24 46

 Clippings 

24 47

 Photostats 

24 48

 Clippings about Edwin Markham donated by Florence Hamilton 

24 49

 Clippings Donated by Genevieve Farnell Bond 

24 50

 Correspondence and Legal Papers about Edwin Markham's Mental State and Death 1936-1941 

24 51

 Correspondence between Ruth Le Prade and Florence Hamilton and Genevieve Farnell Bond 

24 52

 Ruth Le Prade's Correspondence with Florence Hamilton and Genevieve Farnell Bond 1959-1960 

24 53-54

 Letters about Edwin Markham 1936-1937 

Conditions Governing Use

Do not exhibit or copy.

24 55

 Correspondence about Biography 

24 56
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 Photograph 1934 June 6 

84

 Photograph by Paul Shepler undated 

84

 Relief of Edwin Markham 

88

 Academic Hood 

90

 Handkerchief 

90

 Neckties/Scarves (3) 

90

 Wood Box 

91

 "The Man with the Hoe and Other Poems," by Edwin Markham (records) 

98

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Series 3:  Florence Hamilton 1902-1960 

Biographical Note

Florence Hamilton (nee Danforth) was born in Upper Jay, New York, on July 20, 1873. She married Ernest Hamilton around 1890. From 1920-1936 she served as Edwin Markham’s secretary and lecture manager. After Markham’s death in 1940, she was an active lecturer on poetry and a member of the National League of American Pen Women, Poetry Forum and the Congress of American Poets. She was also a founding member of the Academy of American Poets. In 1939 she published the poetry volume A Moment’s Monument, and in 1942 she published  Mirrors and Human Voices. She passed away in Richmond, Virginia, in 1968.

Scope and Content

This series contains Florence Hamilton’s correspondence, typescript drafts of her biography of Edwin Markham (never published), periodical and newspaper clippings by or about Hamilton, ephemera and photographs. Hamilton’s main correspondent in this series was Ruth Le Prade, although correspondence from others, including Edwin Markham, is also present in this series.

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 Correspondence with Ruth Le Prade 1936-1939 

19 21

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1936-1939 

19 22

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1941-1948 

19 23

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1947-1951 

19 24

 Correspondence to/from Ruth Le Prade 1949-1950 

19 25

 Correspondence to/from Ruth Le Prade 1951 

19 26

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1951 

20 1

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1951 

20 2

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1952 

20 3

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1952 

20 4

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1952 January - June 

20 5

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1952 July - December 

20 6

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1953 

20 7

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1953 

20 8

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1953 January - April 

20 9

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1953 June - December 

20 10

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1954 

20 11

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1954 

20 12

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1954 January - April 

20 13

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1954 May - June 

20 14

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1954 August - September 

20 15

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1954 September - December 

21 1

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1955 

21 2

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1955 

21 3

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1955 January - April 

21 4

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1955 May - August 

21 5

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1955 September - December 

21 6

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1956 

21 7

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1956 

21 8

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1956 January - May 

21 9

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1956 June - September 

21 10

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1956 October - December 

21 11

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1957 

21 12

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1957 

21 13

 Correspondence with Ruth Le Prade 1961-1964 

22 5

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1957 January - May 

21 14

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1957 June - October 

21 15

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1957 November - December 

21 16

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1958 

21 17

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1958 January - May 

21 18

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1958 June - October 

22 1

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1958 November - December 

22 2

 Correspondence from Ruth Le Prade 1959 

22 3

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 1959 

22 4

 Correspondence with Ruth Le Prade 1963-1966 

22 6

 Correspondence with Ruth Le Prade 1963-1966 

22 7

 Correspondence with Ruth Le Prade 1963-1968 

22 8

 Incoming Correspondence Undated 

22 9

 Outgoing Correspondence Undated 

22 10

 Correspondence Pertaining to Florence Hamilton and Her Estate Undated 

22 11

 Correspondence with Virgil Markham Undated 

22 12

 Correspondence Between Edwin Markham's Children and Other People Undated 

22 13

 Correspondence from Edwin Markham Undated 

22 14

 Miscellaneous Edwin Markham Correspondence Undated 

22 15

 Correspondence to/from Ida Benfrey Judd Undated 

22 16

 Correspondence with Library of Congress Undated 

22 17

 Miscellaneous Christmas Cards to Ruth Le Prade Undated 

22 18

 Miscellaneous Correspondence Undated 

22 19

 Typescript of Biography of Edwin Markham Undated 

22 20-22

 Notes for Biography of Edwin Markham Undated 

22 23

 Edwin Markham Biography Notes and Manuscript - Edwin Markham and Jesus Undated 

22 24

 Chapter XVII (discarded) of Edwin Markham Biography Undated 

22 25

 The Man With the Hoe - Typescript 1960 August 9 

22 26

 The Man with the Hoe - Typescript 1960 August 9 

23 1-2

 Edwin Markham Biography Notes and Manuscript Material 

23 3-4

 Edwin Markham Biography Copyright 

23 5

 Photostat of Poems Written by Edwin Markham for Florence Hamilton 

23 6

 Edwin Markham's Legal Papers 

23 7

 Edwin Markham Bibliography 

23 8

 Miscellaneous Typescripts, Manuscripts, and Notes by or about Edwin Markham 

23 9-10

 "Edwin Markham, the Prophet-Poet of Democracy" - 2 Typescripts 

23 11

 Miscellaneous Poetry 

23 12

 Miscellaneous Typescripts 

23 13

 Miscellaneous Notes- Manuscript and Typescript 

23 14

 Orders for Florence Hamilton's Moment's Monument 

23 15

 Music Scores (Manuscript) 

23 16

 Edwin Markham Photographs 

23 17

 Photographs 

23 18

 Legal Papers 

23 19

 Autograph Book 

23 20

 Pamphlets 

23 21

 Ephemera 

23 22

 Clippings 

23 23

 Miscellaneous 

23 24-25
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 Microfilm of Edwin Markham's Biography 

91
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 Pressing from Florence Hamilton's Garden 

96 8

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Series 4:  Alzire Adrienne "Faith" Chevaillier 1876-1968 

Biographical Note

Faith Chevaillier (nee Alzire Adrienne Chevaillier) was born in Nagadoches, Texas on December 1, 1850, to Charles and Sarah Chevaillier. Her father passed away in 1853, however, and she was raised by her mother and her mother’s family in Boston, Massachusetts. While living in Boston, she was closely connected with Wendell Phillips, who provided her an entrance into the institutional reform movements aimed at prisons and mental institutions. Chevaillier held positions on various councils and commissions and testified before Congressional investigation committees on the reform of the American prison system. In 1891, she and her mother traveled to Santa Rosa, California, to visit Thomas Lake Harris’s utopian community. After six months there, Alzire wrote an expose for the San Francisco Chronicle that caused the eventual dissolution of the community in 1893. Once settled in California, Chevaillier continued her involvement in various reform movements, frequently visiting inmates in jails, prisons and mental institutions. She passed away in 1935.

Scope and Content

This series contains Faith Chevaillier’s correspondence, typescripts of a few of her articles, her financial records and business records, including the documents for a gold mine in South America, her notebooks and travel documents, and files on the causes for which she was an active advocate, including prison reform and the institutionalization of the mentally impaired. The correspondence in this series includes her correspondence with Phillip Brooks in the 1880s, birthday and other greeting cards, and her correspondence about the case and trial of Charles J. Guiteau, who assassinated President James Garfield after being instructed by God to do so. Also included in this series are newspaper and periodical clippings by or about Chevaillier, ephemera, photographs and self-improvement literature to which Chevaillier subscribed.

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 Incoming Correspondence: A-D 

11 21

 Incoming Correspondence: E-J 

11 22

 Incoming Correspondence: K-M 

11 23

 Incoming Correspondence: N-S 

11 24

 Incoming Correspondence: T-Z 

11 25

 Incoming Correspondence 

11 26

 Outgoing Correspondence 

11 27

 Correspondence about Guiteau Case 1881-1882 

12 1

 Correspondence with Earl Taylor 1932-1934 

12 2

 Correspondence with Oda Faukoner 

12 3

 Correspondence with Sarah Chevaillier (Faith Chevaillier's Mother) 

12 4

 Correspondence with Marie Edwards 

12 5

 Correspondence with Burton Knisely 

12 6

 Birthday Wishes 

12 7

 Correspondence with Madame Lessing 

12 8

 Correspondence with Phillips Brooks 1881-1885 

12 9

 Correspondence with Phillips Brooks 1886 

12 10

 Correspondence with Phillips Brooks 1887-1888 

12 11

 Correspondence from Grover Cleveland 1983 September 9 

Scope and Content

1 autographed letter (signed)

12 12

 Correspondence from Franklin D. Roosevelt 

Scope and Content

3 typed letters (signed), 1 envelope

12 13

 Correspondence from Wendell Phillips 

Scope and Content

3 autographed letters (signed), 1 autographed letter (signed) copied by Faith Chevaillier

12 14

 Correspondence from Edwin Markham 

Scope and Content

3 autographed letters (signed)

12 15

 Correspondence from Eugene J. Debs 

Scope and Content

2 typed letters (signed), 1 autographed letter (signed)

12 16

 Correspondence from Emma Bellamy 1934 March 6 

Scope and Content

3 pieces, 1 is typed letter (signed)

12 17

 Correspondence with Georgia Bullock 

12 18

 Correspondence: Greeting Cards and Postcards 

12 19-20

 Ledgers 

12 21-22

 Financial Records 

12 23

 Business Papers 

12 24

 Funeral Costs and Will 

12 25

 Papers of the Cana Gold Mines 

12 26

 Loan to Creighton Bleakmore 

12 27

 Faith Chevaillier's Permissions/Copyright 

12 28

 Medical Records 

12 29

 Travel Diaries 

12 30

 Travel Documents 

12 31

 Typescripts of Articles 

12 32

 William Hard 

12 33

 His Conquest 

12 34

 Typescript of Bondage 

12 35

 Typescript of His Conquest 

12 36

 Woman's Place (includes 2 missing pages) 

12 37

 "Eternal Hymn of Love and Peace" 

12 38

 Prose Manuscripts 

12 39-40

 Notebooks 

13 1

 Miscellaneous Typescripts 

13 2

 Manuscript Notes 

13 3

 Faith Chevaillier's Relatives 

13 4

 Vital Statistics Documents 

13 5

 The Mooneys 

13 6

 Address before the American Railway Union 1984 July 11 

13 7

 Friday Morning Club 

13 8

 Christian Science and Mary Baker Eddy 

13 9

 Civil Liberties Union 

13 10

 Poems Written for Faith Chevaillier 

13 11

 Playgrounds 

13 12

 Annual Reports of Probation Department of Northern District of California 1933-1935 

13 13

 Nationalist Club/Socialism 

13 14

 Joy Givers Club 

13 15

 Phillips Brooks 

13 16

 Drafts of Bills and Reports 

13 17

 Notes Dictated to Ruth Le Prade by Faith Chevaillier 

13 18

 Battle of Lexington 

13 19

 Items Removed from Faith Chevaillier's Bible 

13 20

 Ephemera 

13 21-22

 Photographs 

13 23-25

 "Psychiana" 

13 26-27

 Self-Improvement Literature 

13 28-29

 Infoldings and Unfoldings of the Divine Genius in Nature and Man by John Pulsford 1887 

13 30

 Pamphlets and Brochures 

13 31

 Unidentified Book 

13 32

 Newspaper Clippings 

13 33

 Clippings 

13 34

 Miscellaneous 

13 35-36

 Ephemera 

13 37
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 Subscription Ledger for The International Magazine of Truth 1889-1891 

88

 Scrapbook #4 1879-1880 

Scope and Content

Contains clippings about the treatment of the insane.

88

 Woven Basket 

91

 2 Locks 

92

 2 Keychains 

92

 Dog License 

92

 Key 

92

 The International Magazine of Christian Science 1989 January 

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Series 5:  Eugene Debs 1881-1958 

Biographical note

Eugene Victor Debs was born November 5, 1855 in Terre Haute, Indiana. He became a labor organizer at 20, when he became a charter member of the local lodge of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen. He was sentenced to jail in 1895 after being held in contempt of court in connection with the Pullman Strike in Chicago. Debs ran for president of the United States five times, always on the Socialist Party of America’s ticket. He ran in 1900, 1904, 1908, 1912 and 1920. In 1912, he received 6% of the popular vote; in 1920, he received 3% of the vote, despite the fact that at that time he was incarcerated in Atlanta, Georgia, for violating the Espionage Act of 1917. His sentence was commuted by President Warren G. Harding on Christmas Day, 1921, but his health was failing and he never really recovered. Debs passed away on October 20, 1926 in a sanitarium outside of Chicago, Illinois.

Scope and Content

This series was compiled by Ruth Le Prade to include both her correspondence with Theodore and Eugene Debs and the records from the publication of Debs and the Poets. These records include typescripts and manuscripts of the pieces included in the book, correspondence with the authors of the pieces and Upton Sinclair (the book’s publisher). Also included in this series are pamphlets and ephemera about Debs, newspaper clippings by or about Debs, and a campaign button from his 1920 presidential campaign.

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 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade 

3 15-16

 Correspondence with Ruth Le Prade about Eugene Debs 

3 17

 Correspondence Between Theodore Debs and Ruth Le Prade and Faith Chevaillier 

3 18

 Correspondence Between Theodore Debs and Ruth Le Prade 

3 19

 John Galsworthy to Ruth Le Prade 

Scope and Content

1 autographed letter (signed)

3 20

 Upton Sinclair to Ruth Le Prade 

Scope and Content

14 typed letters (signed)

3 21

 Carl Sandburg to Ruth Le Prade 

Scope and Content

2 typed letters (signed)

3 22

 James Oppenheim to Ruth Le Prade 

Scope and Content

1 autographed letter (signed)

3 23

 Sinclair Lewis to Ruth Le Prade 

Scope and Content

1 typed letter (signed)

3 24

 Correspondence from Mabel D. Curry to Ruth Le Prade 

3 25

 Correspondence on Eugene Debs Book 

3 26-27

 Pieces for Eugene Debs Book 

3 28-31

 Poems to Eugene Debs 

4 1

 Typescripts of Writings about Eugene Debs 

4 2

 Campaign Button 

4 3

 Miscellaneous Printed Material 

4 4

 Pamphlets, Brochures, and Clippings 

4 5

 Newspaper Clippings 

4 6-7

 Postcards of Debs' House 

96 7

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Series 6:  Robert Whitaker 1917-1941 

Biographical Note

Robert Whitaker was born in Lancashire, England in 1863. His family moved to Massachusetts in 1869. Whitaker attended Lawrence Academy and the Andover-Newton Theological School. He graduated in 1887 and married his first wife, Ellen Lingely, before spending a year as a missionary in Aguas Caliente, Mexico. He held Baptist pastorates in Seattle, Washington, and Salem, Oregon, before settling in Northern California in 1893 as the pastor of a church in Oakland. Ellen passed away in 1901, and in 1907 Whitaker married Claire Wall. He held a pastorate in Los Gatos from 1909-1921. Whitaker was also a politically active socialist and was arrested with Harold Story for protesting World War I. He was the editor of The Open Forum, the newsletter of the American Civil Liberties Union in Los Angeles, from 1924-1926 and wrote frequently for a number of other socialist and/or Christian journals. He also spent decades campaigning for the release of Tom Mooney, who was convicted of carrying out the Preparedness Day bombing of 1916. From 1926 until his death in 1944, Whitaker taught and wrote prose and verse for religious and labor publications from his home in Los Gatos. His wife Claire outlived him, passing away in 1977 in Northern California.

Scope and Content

This series contains Robert Whitaker’s incoming and outgoing correspondence, Ruth Le Prade’s correspondence with Whitaker’s widow, Claire Whitaker, photographs and typescript and manuscript drafts of Whitaker’s articles for labor and Christian publications, monographs and poetry. Issues of Whitaker’s socialist publication The Los Gatos Idea, newspaper clippings by or about Whitaker, and other ephemeral publications are also included in this series.

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 Correspondence A-G 

4 15

 Correspondence H-M 

4 16

 Correspondence N-Z 

4 17

 Incoming Correspondence 

4 18

 Winston Churchill Correspondence 

Scope and Content

1 typed letter (signed)

4 19

 Correspondence from Eugene Debs 

Scope and Content

1 autographed letter (signed)

4 20

 Outgoing Correspondence 

4 26

 Theodore Debs Correspondence 

Scope and Content

5 typed letters (signed)

4 21

 Albert Einstein Correspondence 

Scope and Content

1 typed letter (signed)

4 22

 Jack London Correspondence 

Scope and Content

2 autographed letters (signed), 1 typed letter (signed)

4 23

 Charmian London Correspondence 

Scope and Content

4 typed letters (signed), 1 photograph, 1 envelope

4 24

 Upton Sinclair Correspondence 

Scope and Content

12 typed letters (signed), 1 typed letter (signed) by George Sterling to Upton Sinclair

4 25

 Correspondence to Gross Alexander 

4 27

 Claire Whitaker 

4 28

 Biography 

4 29

 Ephemera 

4 30

 Photographs 

4 31

 "Cupid and the Cloth"- Carbon Copy 

4 32

 "America and the World"- Carbon Pages 

4 33

 "A Study of World War I"- Typescript 

4 34

 Miscellaneous Article Typescripts and Manuscripts 

5 1

 "The Popes of the 1st to 5th Centuries"- Typescript 

5 2

 "Ultimate Democracy"- Typescript 

5 3

 "Towards a World Community" - Typescript 

5 4

 "Jesus and the World of Tomorrow"- Carbon Copy 

5 5

 Outlines of History for Workingmen 

5 6

 Miscellaneous Article Typescripts 

5 7-8

 Manuscript of The Story of Man 

5 9-12

 The Son of Man and Other Verses- Typescript 

5 13

 Printed Pamphlets 

5 14

 Writings Published by Labor Press 

5 15-16

 Printed Articles and Verse 

5 17

 "The Case of the Christian Pacifists" 

5 18

 Published Articles and Poems 

5 19

 Various Published Items 

5 20

 50 Sermons Published in Sunday School Papers 

5 21

 Record of Articles Published 1930-1931 

5 22

 "American Slavery Past and Present" 

5 23

 Typescripts- Poetry 

5 24

 Poetry Manuscripts 

6 1-2

 Poems 

6 3-5

 Personal and Seasonal Verse 

6 6

 Unpublished Verse 

6 7

 Sonnets 

6 8

 Tom Mooney Case 

6 9

 The Los Gatos Idea 1914-1919 

6 10

 Copyrights 

6 11

 Newspaper Clippings 

6 12, 14

 Clippings 

6 13

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Series 7:  Guy Bogart 1909-1965 

Biographical Note

Guy Bogart was born in 1883 in Dusenberg, Indiana. He moved to Los Angeles as a young man and worked as a reporter for the Los Angeles Times. In 1923, Bogart moved to Beaumont, California (in Riverside County), and lived there for the rest of his life. He was elected to the Beaumont City Council in 1924 and later served as the city’s mayor and as the president of the Beaumont Chamber of Commerce. He married his wife, Lucy, before moving to California, and they had one son, Robert. Bogart passed away in Beaumont on November 13, 1957.

Scope and Content

This series contains correspondence between Guy Bogart and Ruth Le Prade, photographs, ephemera from the Beaumont Cherry Festivals and other events held in Beaumont, and some of Bogart’s published poetry.

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 Outgoing Correspondence 

4 8-9

 Incoming Correspondence 

4 10

 Poetry 

4 11

 Photographs 

4 12

 Ephemera 

4 13

 Newspaper Clippings 

4 14

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Series 8:  Genevieve Farnell Bond 1920-1957 

Biographical Note

Genevieve Farnell Bond (d. 1961) was a journalist and poet, who lived in Los Angeles until she moved with her husband Rollin Bond to Washington, D.C. She was a good friend of Edwin Markham and a nationally published poet.

Scope and Content

This series contains Genevieve Farnell Bond’s correspondence with Ruth Le Prade, four letters to Bond from Edwin Markham, photographs and periodical and newspaper clippings.

 Correspondence with Edwin Markham 

Scope and Content

1 typed letter (signed), 3 autographed letters (signed), 4 envelopes

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 Correspondence with Ruth Le Prade 1940s-1960s 

24 5

 Correspondence with Ruth Le Prade 1950s 

24 6

 Correspondence with Ruth Le Prade 1958-1959 

24 7

 Correspondence with Ruth Le Prade 

24 8

 Cards to Ruth Le Prade 

24 9

 Photographs 

24 10

 Clippings 

24 11

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Series 9:  Verne Bright 1900-1961 

Biographical note

Verne Bright was born in 1893. He attended Pacific Lutheran University after serving in Siberia during World War I. During the Depression he was the supervisor of the professional and service divisions of the Works Progress Administration. During World War II he worked in the shipyards in Portland, Oregon, and after the war he worked as a newspaper reporter, freelance writer, the assistant postmaster of Aloha, and the assistant curator of the Oregon Historical Society. He was a prolific poet, published in the  North American Poetry Review,  Saturday Evening Post,  Poetry,  London Poetry Review, the  New York Times, but probably best known for his 1948 book  Mountain Man, which earned him an honorary doctorate in letters from Pacific Lutheran University, where he taught for two years. Bright passed away in 1977 in Oregon.

Scope and Content

This series contains Bright’s correspondence to and from Ruth Le Prade, typescripts of some of his poetry, ephemera, photographs, and newspaper clippings by or about him.

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 Correspondence 

1 28

 Poetry Typescripts 

1 29-30

 Published Poems 

1 31

 Ephemera 

1 32

 Newspaper Clippings 

1 33

 Photographs 

1 34

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Series 10:  Grace Bush 1923-1967 

Biographical note

Grace E. Bush (1884-1967) was an American composer, singer, lecturer and poet.

Scope and Content

This series includes Grace Bush’s correspondence, photographs, ephemera and music scores.

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 Incoming Correspondence 

19 8

 Outgoing Correspondence 

19 9

 Correspondence from Edwin Markham 1928 July 14 

Scope and Content

2 pieces

19 10

 Poetry Manuscripts 

19 11

 Photographs 

19 12

 Sheet Music 

19 13

 Music Scores 

19 14-16

 Ephemera 

19 17

 Newspaper Clipping 

19 18

 Miscellaneous 

19 19

 Pin and Medal 

19 20
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 Award 

87

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Series 11:  Ethelean Tyson Gaw 1918-1962 

Biographical note

Ethelean Tyson Gaw was born January 1, 1877 in Philadelphia to Israel and Julia Reynolds Tyson. She married her husband, Allison Gaw, also of Philadelphia, in 1909. They moved to Los Angeles in 1911, and Allison became a literature professor at USC. Ethelean was a poet, editor and writer who was active in many of Southern California’s women’s literary organizations. In 1921, she sold her play Pharaoh’s Daughter to the Shubert theatre production company for a run in New York. She passed away on January 29, 1962, in Los Angeles.

Scope and Content

This series contains the correspondence of both Ethelean Tyson Gaw, as well as some of her husband, Dr. Allison Gaw, typescript and manuscript drafts and printer’s proofs of her plays, articles and poetry and records related to the production of Pharaoh’s Daughter staged by Shubert in New York. Also included in this series are ephemera, newspaper and periodical clippings by or about the Gaws, photographs and her calendars for 1954, 1955, 1958 and 1959.

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 Incoming Correspondence 

7 22-23

 Correspondence from Franklin Delano Roosevelt 1918 May 15 

Scope and Content

2 typed letters (signed)

7 24

 Outgoing Correspondence 

7 25

 Correspondence about Lyric West 

7 26

 Typescript of Pegasus and the Mule 1923 July 

8 1

 Typescript of Eagles of Lost [Hater] 

8 2

 Correspondence about Pharoah's Daughter 

8 3

 Typescript Copy of Pharoah's Daughter 1925 

8 4

 Pharoah's Daughter Scrapbook and Ephemera 

8 5

 Typescript of Sword of Desire Synopsis 

8 6

 Typescript of Sword of Desire 

8 7

 Typescript of Pinch Hitting for Saint Francis 

8 8

 Master Galleys for Drums of El Dorado 1951 

8 9

 Second Proofs of Drums of El Dorado 

8 10

 Typescript of Drums of El Dorado 

8 11

 Previews of Drums of El Dorado 

8 12

 "The Dancer on the King's Highway" 

8 13

 "Ivan of the Hands" 

8 14

 Proofs for "Introduction" to Much Ado About Nothing 1935-1936 

8 15

 Typescript Draft of Ruggles of Red Gap 

8 16

 Manuscript Notes 

8 17

 Poetry Clippings 

8 18-19

 Typescripts 

8 20

 Miscellaneous Prose Manuscript 

8 21

 Poetry Manuscripts 

8 22-23

 Artwork 

8 24

 Edwin Markham Materials 

8 25

 Photographs 

8 26

 Ephemera 

8 27-28

 Juanita Miller 

8 29

 Quill Club Poetry Round Table 

8 30

 Bulletins and Pamphlets 

8 31

 Pressings Book 

8 32

 Sheet Music 

8 33

 Festival of Nations 

8 34

 Miscellaneous 

8 35

 Poems Written to the Gaws 

9 1

 Press Clippings 

9 2

 Clippings 

9 3
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 Yearbook 1955 

9

 Desk Diaries 1954, 1958-1959 

9

 Printing Block of Letter from Edwin Markham to Ethelean Tyson Gaw 

88

 Certificates 

93

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Series 12:  Moon Kwan 1928-1964 

Biographical note

Moon Kwan (1896-1995) was born in Guangzhou, China, and moved to San Francisco as a young boy. Kwan was a poet, screenwriter and film producer who moved to Los Angeles in 1915. He stayed there until 1920, but then spent much of his life travelling between San Francisco, Los Angeles and Hong Kong. He planted a ginkgo tree in the Poets Garden in 1934.

Scope and Content

This series contains Moon Kwan’s correspondence with Ruth Le Prade, his daughter Rebecca’s correspondence with Le Prade and Le Prade’s correspondence with other people about Kwan. Also included in this series are newspaper clippings by or about Kwan and ephemera pertaining to Chinese movies shown in Los Angeles.

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 Correspondence Between Other Parties 

2 23

 Incoming Correspondence 

2 24

 Outgoing Correspondence 

2 25

 Ephemera 

2 26

 Newspaper Clippings 

2 27

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Series 13:  Seumas MacManus 1934-1968 

Biographical note

Originally from County Donegal, Ireland, Seumas MacManus (b. 1869) moved to the United States in 1899. As an artist, traveler, and writer, Seumas MacManus considered himself a "shanachie," or writer in the tradition of Irish storytelling that dated back to that country's antiquity. He married the Irish poet Anna Johnston in 1901, but she passed away the following year. In 1911, he remarried and had one daughter, Patricia. He passed away in 1960.

Scope and Content

This series contains MacManus’s correspondence to and from Ruth Le Prade, typescripts, photographs and ephemera. It also contains a small amount of correspondence between Le Prade and other parties about MacManus.

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 Incoming Correspondence 

2 28

 Outcoming Correspondence 

2 29

 Margaret Whyte 

2 30

 Correspondence Between Other Parties 

2 31

 Songs from the Four Winds of Eirinn 

2 32

 Poetry Typescripts About MacManus 

2 33

 Ephemera and Photograph 

2 34

 Newspaper Clippings 

2 35

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Series 14:  Eric Mayne 1936-1962 

Biographical note

Eric Mayne (1865-1947) was a stage and movie actor. He was born in Dublin, Ireland, and moved to the United States around 1913. He began his career as a stage actor in Ireland and on London’s West End stages. After moving to Los Angeles, he appeared in over 180 films, and became a noted lecturer on Shakespeare. He planted the Shakespeare Tree in the Poets Garden.

Scope and Content

This series contains Mayne’s correspondence, predominantly to and from Ruth Le Prade, a few pieces of ephemera, and Mayne’s typescripts and manuscripts. Also included in this series is correspondence from Dolores McBride to Ruth Le Prade about Mayne and photographs of Mayne in the Poets Garden.

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 Correspondence 

1 1-2

 Empty Envelopes to Ruth Le Prade 

1 3

 Manuscript Draft of Speech 

1 4

 Correspondence from Dolores McBride to Ruth Le Prade 

1 5

 Typescript of Where's Cameron? 1925 May 

1 6

 Typescript of Not a Word to the Wife 

1 7

 Typescript of The Queen's Champion: Acts I and II 1914 January 

1 9

 Typescript of The Queen's Champion: Acts III and IV 1914 January 

1 8

 Typescript of East Lynne: Prologue, Act I, Act II 

1 11

 Typescript of East Lynne: Acts III and IV 1909 November 

1 10

 Prose Manuscript about Charles Dickens 

1 12

 Typescript of Citizen Murot 

1 13

 Typescript of The Girl's Protest to Her Father 

1 14

 Photographs 

1 15

 Ephemera 

1 16

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Series 15:  Juanita Miller 1909-1962 

Biographical note

Juanita Miller (1880-1970) was the daughter of poet Joaquin Miller. She lived in Northern California, where she ran a tea shop and was a leader in various feminist movements. She was a poet and known for being an eccentric bohemian.

Scope and Content

This series contains Miller’s correspondence to and from Ruth Le Prade, correspondence to and from Le Prade and Miller’s friends, including Colonel George Oden, ephemera, sheet music, programs to Joaquin Miller Park events, a bibliography of Joaquin Miller, and newspaper clippings by or about the Millers (both Juanita and Joaquin).

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 Outgoing Correspondence 

2 36-37

 Outgoing Correspondence 

3 1

 Correspondence to Ruth Le Prade from Juanita's Friends 

3 2

 Incoming Correspondence 

3 3

 George J. Oden to/from Ruth Le Prade 

3 4

 "Poet of the Sierras" 

3 5

 "The Great Invocation" Lord's Prayer 

3 6

 Ephemera 

3 7

 Sheet Music 

3 8

 Pens and Pencils 

3 9

 Miscellaneous Typescripts 

3 10

 Photographs 

3 11

 Joaquin Miller Park Projects 

3 12

 Bibliography of Joaquin Miller 

3 13

 Clippings 

3 14
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 Framed Photograph of Edwin Markham 1960 

91

 Snood 

92

 Handkerchief 

92

 Hood 

92

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Series 16:  Angela Morgan 1934-1967 

Biographical Note

Little concrete information is known about Angela Morgan, but she was probably born Nina Lillian Morgan around 1875 in Yazoo County, Mississippi. After the departure of her father for mining interests in Colorado in 1890, she and her three sisters formed a quartet and went on the road with their brother Albert as manager. They called themselves "The Morgan Sisters" and "The Angela Sisters," but the group disbanded in 1898 upon the death of one of her sisters and the marriages of the other two. Morgan married Peter Swenigson in 1900, but the marriage quickly fell apart and they were divorced in 1906.

From 1900 to 1915, Morgan worked as a journalist for the Chicago Daily American, the  New York American, and the  Boston American. In 1915, Morgan became a full time poet under the patronage of Mrs. John Henry Hammond and later Mrs. Andrew Carnegie. She is best known for her poem "Battle Cry of the Mothers," which was published in 1915, the same year Morgan attended the International Congress of Women at The Hague. Morgan lived with her mother in New York while writing, and then they lived in London from 1923-1926. Over the course of her career as a journalist and as a speaker on the literary lecture circuit, Morgan came into frequent contact with labor leaders and other important social reformers. Her anti-war and reforming views are present in much of her writings. Upon her return to the States, she settled in Philadelphia and served as resident poet at Ogontz Junior College, president of the Philadelphia branch of the League of American Pen Women and chairman of the literary arts committee of the Philadelphia Arts Alliance. In 1936 she was elected poet laureate of the National Federation of Women's Clubs. Morgan spent time travelling the western part of the United States in the late 1930s, and spent most of the last decade or so of her life in Vermont and New York. She passed away on January 24, 1957, in Mt. Marion, New York.

Scope and Content

This series contains Angela Morgan’s correspondence with Ruth Le Prade, correspondence between Le Prade and others about Morgan, and a few issues of some of the publications with which Morgan was involved.

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23 26

 Outgoing Correspondence 1941-1953 

23 27

 Outgoing Correspondence 1953-1954 

23 28

 Outgoing Correspondence 1954-1956 

23 29

 Outgoing Correspondence 1956-1957 

23 30

 Correspondence about Angela Morgan 

24 1

 The Appeal and  The Last Call -  The Trumpet 

24 2

 Miscellaneous 

24 3

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Series 17:  Dion O'Donnol 1938-1971 

Biographical note

Dion O’Donnol (1912-2007) was a writer of both poetry and prose and ran the small press Wagon & Star Press with Arthur Faulconer. He was a regular attendee of Poets Garden events.

Scope and Content

This series contains O’Donnol’s correspondence to and from Ruth Le Prade, issues of his periodical publications Path of Beauty and  The Historian, letterpress copies of his poetry, ephemera, and newspaper clippings by or about him.

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 Outgoing Correspondence 

1 17-18

 Incoming Correspondence 

1 19

 Correspondence About Dion 

1 20

 Path of Beauty 1938-1939 

1 21

 Poems 

1 22

 "The Historian" 

1 23

 Photographs 

1 24

 Newspaper Clippings 

1 25

 Ephemera 

1 26

 Miscellaneous 

1 27

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Series 18:  Gordon Norris 1941-1957 

Biographical Note

Gordon Norris was born on August 8, 1907, in Redlands, California, to Ann and Matthew Norris. He married his first wife, Mary Ann, in 1944. After she passed away in 1958, he married his second wife, Ellen. He was appointed Poet Laureate of California by the state legislature in 1953. He held the position until he was killed in a car accident in 1961.

Scope and Content

This series contains correspondence between Gordon and Ellen Norris and Ruth Le Prade, papers pertaining to the settlement of Norris estate and other legal proceedings against him, typescript and manuscript drafts of Norris’s poetry, his poetry notebooks and ephemera. Also included in this series are awards and citations received by Norris, photographs, his calendars for the years 1953-1958, a scrapbook commemorating Poetry Observance Day (October 16, 1956), his address book and newspaper clippings.

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 Correspondence 

6 15

 Correspondence between Ellen Norris and Ruth Le Prade 

6 16-18

 Legal Proceedings and Will 

6 19

 Typescripts 

6 20-21

 Manuscripts 

6 22-24

 Poetry Manuscripts and Typescripts 

7 1

 Poetry Notebooks 

7 2-3

 Miscellaneous Prose Typescripts and Manuscripts 

7 4

 Speeches 

7 5

 Angelos 1956 

7 6

 Typescript- Pagan Road 1956 

7 7

 Ephemera 

7 8

 Music Score- "India of My Dreams" 

7 9

 Tournament of Roses Program 1954 

7 10

 Poetry Typescripts by Other Authors 

7 11

 Photographs 

7 12

 Maps of California 

7 13

 Spanish California Ranchos and Historic Spots Tour Narratives 

7 14

 Pagan Road (without cover) 

7 15

 Awards and Citations 

7 16

 Government Publications 

7 17

 Scrapbook Commemorating Poetry Observance Day 1956 October 5 

7 18

 Calendars 1953-1958 

7 19

 Address Book 

7 20

 Newspaper Clippings 

7 21
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 Scrapbooks 

87

 Bird-feeding Dish 

91

 Dried Flowers from Gordon Norris' Funeral (2) 

91

 Diploma from Sequoia University 1953 

98
Box Folder

 Funeral Flowers 

96 9

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Series 19:  Ruth Clay Price (Ruth Price Simpson) 1940-1965 

Biographical Note

Ruth Clay Price was born in California around 1889. She married Wilfred Simpson and they had one daughter, Ruth De Ette Simpson, born in 1918. Price had prose and poetry published in a number of national publications.

Scope and Content

This series contains Ruth Clay Price’s correspondence with Ruth Le Prade, manuscript and typescript drafts of her plays, articles and poetry, photographs and her daughter Ruth De Ette Simpson’s baby book.

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 Correspondence 

14 11

 Christmas Cards to Ruth Le Prade 

14 12

 Plays- The Earthling Typescripts 

14 13

 Plays- The Last of the Fighting Claytons Typescripts 

14 14

 Plays- Spotlight Typescripts 

14 15

 Plays- Cross Patterns 

14 16

 Plays- Spotlight 

14 17

 Plays- The Last of the Fighting Claytons 

14 18

 Plays- The Earthling 

14 19

 Plays- Waves 

14 20

 Miscellaneous Play Typescripts 

14 21-22

 Miscellaneous Play Manuscripts 

14 23

 Curious Crystallizations Typescript 

14 24

 Thought Designs Typescript 

14 25

 "Blackberry Jam" Typescript 

14 26

 Wind Swept Typescript 

14 27

 Wind Swept (Tumbleweed) Typescript 

14 28

 "Football" Source Material 

14 29-30

 Articles- "Football" (First Draft) 

14 31

 "Football" Draft Ready for Typing 

14 32

 "Football is My Obsession" Final Typescript 

14 33

 "I Fish with Bait" Typescript 

14 34

 Story Typescripts 

15 1

 Poetry Typescripts and Manuscripts: A-C 

15 2

 Poetry Typescripts and Manuscripts: D-L 

15 3

 Poetry Typescripts and Manuscripts: M-Q 

15 4

 Poetry Typescripts and Manuscripts: R-Z 

15 5

 Poetry Typescripts and Manuscripts: A-C 

15 6

 Poetry Typescripts and Manuscripts: D-L 

15 7

 Poetry Typescripts and Manuscripts: M-R 

15 8

 Poetry Typescripts and Manuscripts: S-Z 

15 9

 Poetry Typescripts 

15 10

 Work Copies of Poems (all published) 

15 11-13

 Published Poems- Typescripts 

15 14-15

 95 Cinquains 

15 16

 Cinquains 

15 17

 Photographs 

16 3-4

 Poetry Manuscripts 

15 18

 Miscellaneous Typescripts 

16 1

 Ruth's List of Published Poems 

16 2

 Ruth DeEtte Simpson's Baby Book 

16 5

 Photos Removed from Baby Book 

16 6

 Press Club Invocations 

16 7

 Poetry Clippings 

16 8

 Miscellaneous 

16 9
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 Framed Photograph 

91

 Framed Photograph - Cumnock 1912 

91

 Framed Program 

91

 Print of Shelley 

98
Box Folder

 Poetry Prizes 

96 10

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Series 20:  Adeline de Walt "Grandma" Reynolds 

Biographical Note

“Grandma Reynolds” was born Adeline de Walt in Iowa in 1862. She married Frank Reynolds, and they had three daughters and one son. After Frank passed away in 1906, Reynolds went back to school, attending the University of California at Berkeley. She started acting at 70, and frequently played grandmothers in films and on television for the next three decades. At time of her death, on August 13, 1961, she was the oldest active member of the Screen Actors Guild (at 98).

Scope and Content

This series contains Adeline de Walt’s correspondence with Ruth Le Prade, photographs of de Walt in many of her film and television roles, periodical and newspaper clippings by or about de Walt and theatrical programs.

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 Photographs and Correspondence 

14 1

 Correspondence and Clippings 

14 2

 Photographs 

14 3-6

 Clippings and Programs 

14 7

 TV Guide 

14 8

 Clippings 

14 9

 Miscellaneous 

14 10

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Series 21:  Luther Standing Bear 1922-1935 

Biographical note

Luther Standing Bear (December 1868-February 20, 1939) was born Ota Kte (Plenty Kill) on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota to an Oglala Lakota family and raised in the Sioux tradition. He was one of the first students to attend the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Pennsylvania, where he chose his new name. After graduating, he lived on the Pine Ridge Reservation until he became a dancer and horseback rider for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. The show gave him the exposure necessary to receive Hollywood roles, and between 1916 and 1935, he was in thirteen movies and became a member of the Screen Actors Guild of Hollywood.

In addition to acting, Standing Bear also published a number of books aimed at educating the public about Native American culture and their mistreatment by the federal government. Standing Bear died in 1939 after contracting the flu while on the set of the movie Union Pacific.

Scope and Content

Series contains Standing Bear’s correspondence with Europeans about his works, especially My People, the Sioux, and their foreign translations, as well as with some of his publishers. Also included in this series are some Native American artifacts, a scrapbook containing clippings and photographs about Standing Bear, Native American and Standing Bear's friend Bill Hart, and a notepad dated 1922.

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 Incoming Correspondence 

1 35

 Outgoing Correspondence 

1 36

 Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence 

1 37

 Notepad 1922 February 8 

1 38

 Leather Book Cover 

1 39
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 Scrapbook 

88

 Native American Artifacts 

92

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Series 22:  John Milton Scott 1936-1968 

Biographical note

The Christian poet John Milton Scott was born in New Alexandria, Pennsylvania, in April 1854, and died in Los Angeles, California, on March 20, 1928. He received a B.A. and an M.A. from Lafayette College and was the pastor of the Unitarian Church in Ithaca, New York for many years. While in New York, he was the editor of the spiritual magazine The Grail. He also published volumes of his poetry, including  Kindly Light.

Scope and Content

This series contains John Milton Scott’s correspondence, typescript and manuscript drafts of his poetry and plays and clippings by or about Scott and pamphlets.

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 Incoming Correspondence 

9 4

 Correspondence from George Washington Carver 1925 October 16 

9 5

 Poems - Volume I 

9 8-9

 Poems - Volume II 

9 10-11

 Prose - Volume III 

9 12

 Poetry and Prose - Volume IV 

9 13

 Poetry Typescripts: A 

9 14

 Poetry Typescripts: B 

9 15

 Poetry Typescripts: C 

9 16

 Poetry Typescripts: D 

9 17

 Poetry Typescripts: E 

9 18

 Poetry Typescripts: F 

9 19

 Poetry Typescripts: G 

9 20

 Poetry Typescripts: H 

9 21

 Poetry Typescripts: I 

9 22

 Poetry Typescripts: J 

10 1

 Poetry Typescripts: K-L 

10 2

 Poetry Typescripts: M 

10 3

 Poetry Typescripts: N 

10 4

 Poetry Typescripts: O 

10 5

 Poetry Typescripts: P-Q 

10 6

 Poetry Typescripts: R 

10 7

 Poetry Typescripts: S 

10 8

 Poetry Typescripts: T 

10 9

 Poetry Typescripts: U-V 

10 10

 Poetry Typescripts: W 

10 11

 Poetry Typescripts: Y 

10 12

 Typescripts of Bird Poems 

10 13

 Persephone o Being the Love Letters of John Dream to Patient Quest 

10 14-16

 Sonnets of Her and the Logos 

10 17

 Manuscript of The Shepherd's Calendar 

10 18

 Sonnet Manuscripts 

10 19

 Manuscript of Indian Play 

10 20

 "In Honor of My Mother" and "In Honor of My Father" Typescripts and Pamphlets 

10 21

 Typescript of Herd Lady 

10 22

 Poetry Manuscripts 

10 23

 Poetry Typescripts 

10 24-25

 Poetry Typescripts and Manuscripts 

10 26

 Miscellaneous Manuscripts and Typescripts 

10 27

 Prose Typescripts and Manuscripts 

11 1-2

 Poetry Typescripts 

11 3-4

 Poetry Manuscripts 

11 5

 Miscellaneous Poetry Typescript Pages 

11 6-7

 Poetry Manuscripts about Edwin Markham 

11 8

 Miscellaneous Typescript Pages 

11 14

 Prose Typescripts 

11 9-11

 Photographs 

11 12

 Appreciations 

11 13

 Published Articles 

11 15

 Numbered Article Typescripts 

11 16

 Advertisements for JMS Publications 

11 17

 Pamphlets 

11 18

 Clippings 

11 19

 Miscellaneous 

11 20

 Correspondence Between Other People 

9 7

 The New Thought News 

89 15
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 Pen given to Eugene Le Prade Story 

99

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Series 23:  Ruth Forbes Sherry 1944-1961 

Biographical note

Ruth Forbes Sherry was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1883. She attended Vassar College and Stanford University, where she met her husband, Ralph Sherry. They married in 1909 and had two sons and one daughter. Ruth was a nationally-recognized poet, but did not start writing poetry until she was 50. She passed away in Orange County, California, in 1970.

Scope and Content

This series contains Ruth Forbes Sherry’s correspondence, drafts of her poetry, a poetry scrapbook, and periodical clippings by or about Sherry.

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 Correspondence Before 1961 

16 10

 Literary Correspondence 

16 11-12

 Correspondence 

16 13-14

 Correspondence and Blurbs 

16 15

 Correspondence and Poetry 

16 16-17

 Correspondence and Clippings 

16 18

 Copyright 

16 19

 Correspondence: Acceptances, Rejections and Criticism 

16 20

 Acceptances and Rejections 

16 21

 Acceptances and Rejections 

17 1

 Centro Studi E Scambi Internazionali 

17 2-3

 United Poets Laureate International 

17 4

 Comfort Writers Service 

17 5

 Published Articles 

17 6

 Poems #1-200 1931 September - 1936 September 

17 7

 Poetry 

17 8-10

 Roy Vandergoot- Poetry Transcripts 1959 

17 11

 Poetry Scrapbook 

17 12-14

 Certificates and Awards 

17 15

 Miscellaneous Typescripts, Notes and Correspondence 

17 16

 Clippings 

17 17

 Clippings for Stories 

17 18

 Poetry Clippings 

17 19

 Miscellaneous 

17 20-21
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 Note Cards 

82

 Unassembled Scrapbook 

85

 Statuette of Edwin Markham 

91
Box Folder

 Stanford 

89 11

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Series 24:  Selman Warren Stone 1904-1955 

Biographical note

Selman Warren Stone (1907-1960) was born in New Mexico and raised in California’s Imperial Valley. He published a volume of poetry titled Pale Princess in 1942. Ruth Le Prade wrote the introduction for the volume. He served in the Army during World War II at the Salinas Army Air Station and was hospitalized at Fort Ord. He was found dead one morning in 1960 in Echo Park, Los Angeles.

Scope and Content

This series contains Stone’s correspondence with Ruth Le Prade, manuscripts and typescripts of his poetry and ephemera.

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 Incoming Correspondence 

2 1

 Outgoing Correspondence 

2 2-4

 Correspondence from Eleanor Roosevelt 1949 February 21 

2 5

 Poetry Manuscripts by Other Authors 

2 6

 Poetry Manuscripts 

2 7

 Poetry Typescripts 

2 8

 Manuscript of The Slyvan Lyrist 

2 9

 First Manuscript Copy of Echolalia 

2 10

 Manuscript of Pale Princess and Other Poems 

2 11

 Typescript of Pale Princess and Other Poems 1941 

2 12

 Index to Domain of Song 

2 13

 Manuscript of Hollywoodlandia 

2 14

 Poetry Typescripts and Manuscripts 

2 15

 Poetry Typescripts 

2 16

 Manuscript of Lyric Hour 

2 17

 Memorial Address 

2 18

 Illustrated Memorial Book 

2 19

 School Papers 

2 20

 Artwork 

2 21

 Ephemera 

2 22

 Framed Poem "The Swan" 1938 4 May 

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Series 25:  Lucia Trent 1934-1952 

Biographical note

Lucia Trent (1897-1977) married E. Ralph Cheyney (b. 1897) in 1927, and they lived in Connecticut and Pennsylvania until moving to California in the mid-1930s. In 1934, Cheyney was appointed Pennsylvania’s first poet laureate. They had three children, Ralph, Jr., Trent and Lucia. Both Trent and Cheyney were politically active pacifists. The couple wrote and taught poetry in Southern California schools until Cheyney’s death from acute appendicitis in Texas in 1941. Lucia married Ernest Glass in November 1942, and resided in Texas until her death in 1977.

Scope and Content

This series contains newspaper and periodical clippings of Lucia Trent and Ralph Cheyney’s poetry and prose, some typescript drafts of Cheyney’s poetry and prose, publications with which Trent and Cheyney were involved, and Lucia Trent’s correspondence, primarily with Ruth Le Prade and Angela Morgan, along with some correspondence to and from Ruth Le Prade and Trent’s husbands, Ralph Cheyney and Ernest Glass. Also included in this series are photographs, correspondence between Hazel Rea, Ruth Le Prade and Lucia Trent about the literary rights to Cheyney’s works, and ephemera.

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 Correspondence Undated 

17 22

 Incoming Correspondence 1929-1967 

18 1-2

 Letters of Condolence 1941-1942 

18 3

 Outgoing Correspondence 1930-1967 

18 4-6

 Correspondence from Angela Morgan 

18 7

 Correspondence from Edwin Markham 1934 June 8 

Scope and Content

1 piece

18 8

 Correspondence from Upton Sinclair 1930 November 28 

Scope and Content

1 piece

18 9

 Correspondence from Ogden Nash 

Scope and Content

1 piece

18 10

 Correspondence from George Russell AE 

Scope and Content

1 piece

18 11

 Correspondence from Countee Cullen 1928 February 1 

Scope and Content

1 piece

18 12

 Correspondence to/from Ralph Cheyney, Ernest Glass or Trent Cheney 

18 13

 Rights to Ralph Cheyney Papers 

18 14

 Photographs 

18 15

 Clippings and Publications 

18 16-17

 Ralph Cheyney Papers 

18 18

 Poetry Typescripts by Ralph Cheyney 

18 19

 Poetry Manuscripts by Ralph Cheyney 

18 20

 Petition to Los Angeles Board of Education 1940 April 6 

18 21

 Prose Typescripts 

18 22

 Miscellaneous Poem Manuscript 

18 23

 Poems of Tribute for Ralph Cheyney 

18 24

 Poems - Autographed Letters (Signed) 

18 25

 Published Poetry by Lucia Trent 

18 26-27

 Published Poetry by Ralph Cheyney 

18 28

 Poetry Clippings 

18 29-30

 Ephemera 

18 31

 Book Reviews 

19 1

 Newspaper Clippings 

19 2-4

 Periodical Clippings 

19 5

 The Rebel Poet 

19 6

 Miscellaneous 

19 7
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 Poems by Ralph Cheyney 

83

 Ralph Cheyney Scrapbook #2 

85

 Ralph Cheyney Scrapbook #1 

88

 Ralph Cheyney Scrapbook #3 

83

 Ralph Cheyney Scrapbook #4 

87

 Ralph Cheyney Scrapbook #5 

87

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Series 26:  Publications 1928-1967 

Scope and Content

This series contains most of the publications found in the Poets Garden Records. They have been separated into four different subseries based on type of publication. The items in the Literary Periodicals sub-series include both poetry and prose publications; those in Other Periodicals cover a range of topics, including religion, current events and socialism. The items in the Ephemera sub-series are mainly rosters, bulletins and annual reports published by different organizations. The items in Monographs and other publications are those for which there was a single author or that did not appear to be periodicals.

Arrangement

The publications found in the Poets Garden Records have been arranged into four sub-series based on type of publication: literary periodicals, other periodicals, ephemera, and monographs.

Most of the publications were removed from the collection and cataloged into USC's library catalog with a provenance note in the appropriate field.

 Literary Periodicals 

Box

 Aerial, Vol. II, No. 3: April - May 1938. 

67

 Africa South, Vol. 1, No. 1: October- December 1956 

101
Box Folder

 The American Bard, Vol. 14, No. 9: January - March 1961. 

75 18
Box

 The American Bard, Vol. 13, No. 12: Oct, Nov, Dec 1958 

100

 The American Bard, Vol. 14, No. 4: Oct, Nov, Dec 1959 

100

 The American Bard, Vol. 15, No. 10: April, May, June 1964 

100

 The American Bard, Vol. 15, No. 2: April, May, June 1962 

100

 The American Bard, Vol. 16, No. 10: April, May, June 1967 

100

 American Poetry League Bulletin, July - September 1961. 

58

 The American Scholar, Vol. 33, No. 1: Winter 1963-64 

72

 American Weave, Volume 20, No. 1: 1955?. 

58

 Ante, Vol. 1, No. 4: Spring 1965. 

58

 Ante, Vol. 1, No. 4: Fall 1965. 

58

 Anthology, 1966 

100

 Approach, No. 10 

100

 Approach, No. 35, Spring 1960 

100

 Approach, No. 55: Spring 1965 

100

 The Archer, Vol. 12, No. 1: Spring 1964 

72

 The Archer, Vol. 12, No. 3: Autumn 1964 

72

 The Archer, Vol. 13, No. 4: Winter 1965 

72

 The Archer, Vol. 14, No. 3: Winter 1966 

72

 The Archer, Vol. 15, No. 1: Spring 1967 

72

 The Archer, Vol. 15, No. 2: Summer 1967 

72

 The Archer, Vol. 15, No. 4: Winter 1967 

72

 The Archer, Vol. 16, No. 1: Spring 1968 

72

 The Archer, Vol. 5, No. 1: Spring 1955 

72

 The Archer, Vol. 7, No. 1: Spring 1957 

72

 Ark II: Moby I, 1956-1957. 

58

 Ark III, Winter 1957. 

58

 Aspirin, Poetry Issue, Vol. 3, No. 1: September 1966 

72
Box Folder

 Attack, No. 4: April 1957. 

75 16
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 Author and Journalist, Vol. 45, No. 10: October 1960 

72

 Author and Journalist, Vol. 45, No. 11: November 1960 

72

 Author and Journalist, Vol. 45, No. 12: December 1960 

72

 Author and Journalist, Vol. 45, No. 4: April 1960 

72

 Author and Journalist, Vol. 45, No. 9: September 1960 

72
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 Avalon News Digest, Vol. 1, No. 1: June 1961. 

75 17

 Avalon News Digest, Vol. 1, No. 3: Winter 1961. 

75 17

 Avalon News Digest, Vol. 2, No. 1: Spring 1962. 

75 17
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 The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 9, No. 4: Summer 1959. 

57

 The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 10, No. 1: Autumn 1959. 

57

 The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 10, No. 2: Winter 1959-1960. 

57

 The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 11, No. 1: Fall 1960. 

57

 The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 16, No. 2: Winter 1965-1966. 

57

 The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 16, No. 3: Spring 1966. 

57

 The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 16, No. 4: Summer 1966. 

57

 The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 17, No. 1: Fall 1966. 

57

 The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 17, No. 2: Winter 1966-1967. 

57

 The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 17, No. 3: Spring 1967. 

57

 The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 17, No. 4: Summer 1967. 

57

 The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 18, No. 1: Autumn 1967. 

57

 The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 18, No. 3: Spring 1968. 

57

 The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 19, No. 1: Fall 1968. 

57

 The Beloit Poetry Journal, No. 1. 

57

 The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 10, No. 4: Summer 1960 

72

 The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 11, No. 2: Winter 1960-1961 

72

 Berdyaev - On Suicide, No. 43: Spring 1962. 

66

 Better Verse, Vol. 1, No. 4: March - May 1933. 

74

 Better Verse, Vol. 2, No. 1: November 1933. 

74

 The Bibelot, Vol. 14, No. 12: December 1908 

68

 The Bibelot, Vol. 17, No. 12: December 1911 

68

 Bitterroot, No. 12: Summer 1965. 

58

 Bitterroot, No. 13: Autumn 1965. 

58

 Blue Guitar: 14 Poetry and Criticism

58

 Blue Guitar Journal of Poetics, Vol. 1, No. 3: Spring 1960. 

58
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 The Bookman, May 1919 

89 4
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 Bouquet, 1963. 

62

 Bozart and Contemporary Verse, Vol. 7, No. 6: July- August 1934 

65

 Breakthru, Winter 1960. 

58

 Bulletin, January 1954. 

68

 Bulletin, March 1954. 

68

 Bulletin, May 1954. 

68

 A Canadian Anthology (Poems from The Fiddlehead: 1945-1959), No. 50: Fall 1961. 

58

 Canadian Poetry, Vol. 14, No. 4: Summer 1951. 

58

 Candor, Vol. 8, No. 4: April 1947 

101

 The Carleton Miscellany, Vol. IV, No. 3: Summer 1963. 

64

 The Carleton Miscellany, Vol. IV, No. 3: Summer 1963. 

64

 The Carleton Miscellany, Vol. V, No. 1: Winter 1964. 

64

 The Carleton Miscellany, Vol. V, No. 2: Spring 1964. 

64

 The Carleton Miscellany, Vol. V, No. 4: Fall 1964. 

64

 The Carleton Miscellany, Vol. VI, No. 1: Winter 1965. 

64

 The Carleton Miscellany, Vol. VI, No. 2: Spring 1965. 

64

 The Carolina Quarterly, Vol. 10, No. 1: Fall 1957 

66

 The Carolina Quarterly, Vol. 7, No. 1: Summer 1958 

65

 Cataract, Vol. 2, No. 1: Spring - Summer 1961. 

58

 Chicago Review, Vol. 9, No. 1: Spring 1955 

65

 Chinese Literature Monthly, No. 1: 1959 

72

 Chuckles in Rhyme, 1945. 

74

 Chuckles in Rhyme, 1945. 

74

 The Circumstances of Birds, 1964. 

74

 Claremont Quarterly, Vol. 9, No. 3: Spring 1962. 

59
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 The Classic and the Beautiful from the Literature of Three Thousand Years 

89 18

 The Classic and the Beautiful from the Literature of Three Thousand Years 

89 19

 The Classic and the Beautiful from the Literature of Three Thousand Years 

89 20
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 Coastlines, Vol. 2, No. 2: Winter 1956. 

64

 Coastlines, Vol. 2, No. 4:Autumn 1957. 

64

 Coastlines, Vol. 3, No. 1: Winter 1957-1958. 

64

 Coastlines, Vol. 3, No. 2: Spring - Summer 1958. 

64

 Coastlines, Vol. 3, No. 4: Spring 1959. 

64

 Coastlines, Vol. 4, No. 1: Autumn 1959. 

64

 Coastlines, Vol. 5, No. 1: 1961. 

64

 The Coercion Review, No. 2: Spring 1959. 

58

 Cole Porter: The Life that Late He Led, 12 February 1967. 

65

 The Colorado Quarterly, Vol. 5, No. 4: Spring 1957. 

58
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 Composers and Authors, Vol. 1, No. 2: Fall 1940. 

75 15

 Composers and Authors, Vol. 1, No. 3: Winter 1941. 

75 15

 Composers and Authors, Vol. 1, No. 4: Spring 1941. 

Scope and Content

2 copies.

75 15

 Composers and Authors, Vol. 3, No. 1: Spring 1942. 

Scope and Content

2 copies.

75 15

 Contempo, 25 September 1932 

89 3

 Contempo, 25 October 1933 

89 3
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 Contemporary Verse, Vol. 21, No. 6: August - September 1926. 

64

 Contemporary Verse, Vol. 22, No. 6: October - November 1927. 

64

 Contemporary Verse, Vol. 23, No. 5: August - September 1928. 

64

 Contemporary Verse, Vol. 24, No. 1: January 1929. 

64

 Contemporary Verse, Vol. 24, No. 3: March 1929. 

64

 Contemporary Verse, Vol. 25, No. 6: December 1929. 

64

 Contemporary Vision, Vol. 1, No. 1: Winter 1929-1930. 

65

 Contemporary Vision, Vol. 1, No. 2: Spring 1930. 

68

 Contemporary Vision, Vol. 1, No. 3: Spring 1930. 

67

 Contemporary Vision, Vol. 2, No. 2: Spring 1931. 

62
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 Contemporary Vision, Fall - Winter 1931 

89 3
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 Contemporary Vision, Vol. 1, No. 4: Autumn 1930 

100

 Coranto, Vol. I, No. 1: Fall 1963. 

65

 Coranto, Vol. I, No. 2: Spring 1964. 

67

 Coranto, Vol. I, No. 2: Spring 1964. 

66

 Coranto, Vol. III, No. I: Fall 1965. 

67

 Coranto, Vol. V, No. 1: Fall 1967. 

65

 Coronet, Vol. 45, No. 4: August 1958 

101

 The Country Bard, Vol. 8, No. 4: Winter 1941 

65

 Courage: The Will to Win, Vol. 12, No. 3: March 1947 

70

 Courage: The Will to Win, Vol. 12, No. 4: April 1947 

70

 Courage: The Will to Win, Vol. 12, No. 5: May 1947 

70

 Courage: The Will to Win, Vol. 12, No. 6: June 1947 

70
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 Cyclo Flame, Vol. XIV, No. 2: Summer 1966. 

75 12
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 Descant, Vol. 10, No. 2: Winter 1966. 

58

 Descant, Vol. 10, No. 4: Summer 1966. 

58

 Destinies, Vol. 1, No. 1. 

58

 Destinies, Vol. 1, No. 2 

58

 Destinies, Vol. 1, No. 3 

58

 Destinies, Vol. 1, No. 4 

58

 Destinies, Vol. 2, No. 1 

58

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58

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72

 Dion, No. 4: 1964. 

74

 Dion, No. 5: 1965 

100

 Dion, No. 6: 1965 

100

 Dion, No. 7: 1967 

100

 Dion, No. 8: 1967 

100

 Drama Review, Vol. 8, No. 1: Fall 1963 

101

 Driftwind, Vol. XXIV, No. 2: Spring 1950. 

74

 Eastern Horizon, Vol. 1, No. 4: October 1960 

72

 Eastern Horizon, Vol. 1, No. 5: November 1960 

72

 Elizabeth, No. 2: October 1961. 

74
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 El Padre, Vol. 8, No. 15: May 1936. 

75 13
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 Embers, Vol. 3, No. 5: September- October 1945 

65

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58
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75 14

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75 13
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 Envoi, No. 9. 

59

 Envoi, No. 16. 

59

 Epos, Vol. 9, No. 4: Summer 1958. 

59

 Epos, Vol. 10, No. 1: Fall 1958. 

59

 Epos, Vol. 10, No. 4: Summer 1959. 

59

 Epos, Vol. 11, No. 1: Fall 1959. 

59

 Epos, Vol. 11, No. 2: Winter 1959. 

59

 Epos, Vol. 11, No. 3: Spring 1960. 

59

 Epos, Vol. 12, No. 2: Winter 1960. 

59

 Epos, Vol. 12, No. 4: Summer 1961. 

59

 Epos, Vol. 12, No. 4: Summer 1961. 

59

 Epos, Vol. 13, No. 1: Fall 1961. 

59

 Epos, Vol. 13, No. 2: Winter 1961. 

59

 Epos, Vol. 13, No. 3: Spring 1962. 

59

 Epos, Vol. 13, No. 4: Summer 1962. 

59

 Epos, 1962. 

59

 Epos, Vol. 14, No. 3: Spring 1963. 

59

 Epos, Vol. 14, No. 4: Summer 1963. 

59

 Epos, Vol. 15, No. 2: Winter 1963-1964. 

59

 Existaria, No. 6: July-August 1957 

101

 Experiment, Vol. 7, No. 3-4. 

63

 The Fiddlehead, No. 37: Summner 1958. 

59

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59

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59

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59

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59

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59

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59

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59

 The Fiddlehead, No. 55: Winter 1963. 

59

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59

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59

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59

 The Fiddlehead, No. 65: Summer 1965. 

59

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59

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59

 The Fiddlehead, No. 68: Spring 1966. 

59

 Flame, Vol. VII, No. 3: Autumn 1960. 

62

 Flame, Vol. VIII, No. 2: Summer 1961. 

62

 Flame, Vol. VIII, No. 3: Autumn 1961. 

62

 Flame, Vol. VIII, No. 4: Winter 1961. 

62

 Florida Magazine of Verse, Vol. 12, No. 3: Spring 1952 

70

 Forum, Vol. 5, No. 2: Spring 1964. 

60

 Gil Orlovitz, 1964. 

74
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 The Goliards, No. 6: December 1967. 

75 18
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 Gusto, Vol. 4, No. 4: November 1953. 

68

 The Gypsy, Vol. VIII, No. 1: March 1932. 

64

 The Gypsy, Vol. 6, No. 4: December 1930 

65

 Hawk and Whippoorwill, Vol. 1, No. 2: Autumn 1960. 

62

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74

 Horizons, Autumn 1935. 

74
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 Horizons, Vol. 1, No. 3: Winter 1936. 

Scope and Content

2 copies.

75 16

 Horizons, Vol. 1, No. 4: 1936. 

Scope and Content

2 copies.

75 16

 Horizons, Vol. 2, No. 1 & 2: Winter 1936. 

75 16

 Horizons, Vol. 2, No. 3: Winter 1936. 

75 13

 Horizons, Vol. 3, No. 1: Spring 1937. 

75 16
Box

 The Hudson Review, Vol. 15, No. 2: Summer 1962. 

59

 The Humanist, Vol. 15, No. 5: September-October 1955 

66
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 The Human Voice, Winter 1967 

89 3

 The Human Voice, Vol. 3, No. 4: Winter 1967-1968. 

75 15
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64

 The Human Voice, Vol. IV, No. 3: 1968. 

64
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75 11

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75 14

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75 14

 The Human Voice Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 4: November 1965. 

75 14

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75 12

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75 11

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75 11

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75 11

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75 12

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75 12
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58

 Ina Coolbrith Golden Circle, 1955 

71

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71

 Ina Coolbrith Golden Circle, 1961 

71

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71

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71

 Ina Coolbrith Golden Circle, 1966-1967 

71

 Indian Views, No. 4: 

63

 Inspiration: The Magazine of Beauty, Vol. 2, No. 11: November 1932 

65

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64

 JAPM, Vol. 3, No. 16: 14 October 1929. 

64

 Kaleidograph, Vol. 13, No. 6: October 1941 

70

 Kansas City Poetry Magazine, Vol. 13, No. 9: June 1943 

70

 Kast International Art and Poetry, Autumn 1956. 

65

 The Lantern, Vol. 7, No. 5: September - October 1933. 

60

 The Lantern, Vol. 27, No. 2: April - June 1954. 

60

 The Lantern, Vol. 27, No. 3: July - September 1954. 

60

 Last Light, 1964. 

74
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 The Literary Digest, Vol. 117, No. 6: February 1934. 

75 13
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 The Literary Review, Vol. 1, No. 4: Summer 1958. 

60

 The Literary Review, Vol. 2, No. 2: Winter 1958-1959. 

60

 Literary World, Vol. 1, No. 2: April 1957. 

64

 The London Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 1: January 1959 

101

 Lying in Lamplight, 1964. 

74

 The Lyric, Vol. 36, No. 1: Winter 1956. 

62

 The Lyric West, Vol. III, No. IV: July - August 1923. 

62

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62

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62

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62

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62

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62

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62

 The Lyric West, Vol. IV, No. 10: August-September 1925. 

62

 The Lyric West, Vol. V, No. 1: October 1925. 

62

 The Lyric West, Vol. VI, No. 1: October 1926. 

62

 The Lyric West, Vol. VI, No. 5: February 1927. 

62

 The Lyric West, Vol. VII, No. 3: December 1927. 

62

 Manuscript, No. 12: April 1966. 

60

 The Midwest Quarterly, Vol. VI, No. 4: Summer 1965. 

62

 Muse & Mirror, Vol. I, No. 8: January 1925. 

74

 The Mushrooms are Blooming, 1964. 

74

 Mutiny, Vol. 3, No. 2: Spring 1961. 

59

 National Poetry Association, ? 

65
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 The New English Weekly, 4 August 1932 

89 3
Box

 New Frontiers, Vol. 9, No. 3: Summer 1964. 

60

 New Verse Magazine, Vol. 4, No. 1: Autumn 1951. 

74

 Nomad, No. 2: Spring 1959 

70

 Nomad, No. 3: Summer 1959. 

58

 The Non-Existent City, Vol. 4, No. 2 & 3: Spring 1960. 

64

 Northwest Review, Vol. 6, No. 4: Fall 1963. 

60

 Odyssey, Vol. 2, No. 3: September 1962. 

58

 Olivant, No. 3: 1958. 

74

 One Extra-Ordinary Am, 1964. 

74

 Outposts, No. 41: Summer 1959. 

64

 Outposts, No. 44: Spring 1960. 

64

 Outposts, No. 46: Autumn 1960. 

64

 Outposts, No. 47: Winter 1961. 

57

 Outposts, No. 48: Spring 1961. 

64

 Outposts, No. 49: Summer 1961. 

57

 Outposts, No. 49: Summer 1961. 

57

 Outposts, No. 50: Autumn 1961. 

64

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57

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64

 Outposts, No. 53: Summer 1962. 

57

 Outposts, No. 59: Winter 1963. 

64

 Outposts, No. 60: Spring 1964. 

64

 Outposts, No. 61: Summer 1964. 

57

 The Patience that Befell, 1964. 

74

 Pegasus, No. 2: Spring 1952. 

68

 The Pen Woman, Vol. XLI, No. 9: June 1966. 

63

 The Pen Woman, Vol. XLII, No. 6: March 1967. 

63

 The Pen Woman, Vol. XLII, No. 7: April 1967. 

63

 The Pen Woman, Vol. XLIII, No. 1: October 1967. 

63

 The Pen Woman, Vol. XLIII, No. 2: November 1967. 

63

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63

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63

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63

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63

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63

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63

 The Pen Woman, Vol. XLV, No. 3: December 1968. 

63

 The Pen Woman, Vol. XLVII, No. 4: January 1969. 

63

 Personal Safety and Other Poems, 1964. 

74

 Perspectives USA, No. 10: Winter 1955 

65

 The Plumed Horn, No. 5: January 1963. 

58

 Poems from Mexico, 1964. 

74

 Poet and Critic, Vol. 3, No. 1: Fall 1966. 

63

 Poet and Critic, Vol. 3, No. 2: Winter 1966-1967. 

63

 Poet and Critic, Vol. 3, No. 3: Spring 1967. 

63

 Poet and Critic, Vol. 4, No. 1: Fall 1967. 

63

 Poet and Critic, Vol. 4, No. 2: Winter 1967-1968. 

63

 Poet and Critic, Vol. 4, No. 3: Spring 1968. 

63

 The Poet, No. 11: Spring 1955. 

59

 The Poet, No. 13 

65

 The Poet, No. 15 

100

 Poet, October 1963. 

64

 Poet, Vol. 4, No. 2: November 1963. 

64

 Poet, Vol. 5, No. 1: January 1964 

64

 Poet, Vol. 5, No. 2 & 3: March 1964. 

64

 Poet, Vol. 5, No. 2 & 3: March 1964. 

64

 Poet, Vol. 5, No. 4: April 1964. 

64

 Poet, Vol. 6, No. 1: January - February 1965. 

64

 Poet, Vol. 6, No. 3: May - June 1965. 

64

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64

 Poet, Vol. 7, No. 5: July 1966. 

64

 Poet, Vol. 7, No. 7: September 1966. 

64

 Poet, Vol. 8, No. 4 & 5: April - May 1967. 

64

 Poet, June - July 1967. 

64

 Poet, Vol. 8, No. 11: November 1967. 

64

 Poet, Vol. 8, No. 12: December 1967. 

64

 Poet, Vol. 9, No. 1: January 1968. 

64

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64

 Poet, Vol. 9, No. 4: April 1968. 

64

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64

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64

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64

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64

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64

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64

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64

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65
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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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62

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64

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61

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61

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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57

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58

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100

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100

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67

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68

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67

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67

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67

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67

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67

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67

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67

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67

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67

 The Poetry Society of America Bulletin, December - January 1965-1966. 

67

 The Poetry Society of America Bulletin, May 1966. 

67

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67

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67

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67

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67

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67

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67

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67

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67

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67

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67

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67

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67

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58

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63
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75 13

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75 19

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75 19

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75 19
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66

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59

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58

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58

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58

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63

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62

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62

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62

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62

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62

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62

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62

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62

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62

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65

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100

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100

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101

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74

 Remembering Mr. Maugham, 14 April 1966. 

67

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60

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65

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62

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62

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58

 S.C. Profiles, Vol. 1, No. 2: Spring 1959 

65

 Scribner's Magazine, Vol. 72, No. 6: December 1922 

65

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65

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62

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62

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65

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64

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63

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64
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61

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100

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100

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100

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100

 The Snow Queen and Other Poems, 1964. 

74

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62

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58

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58

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58

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58

 South and West, Vol. 6, No. 2: October 1967. 

58

 The South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. 62, No. 1: Winter 1963. 

60
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72

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100

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100

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100

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100

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100

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60

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60

 The Spinners, Vol. 1, No. 5: November - December 1934. 

62

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61

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61

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61

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61

 The Stratford Magazine, Vol. 4, No. 12: January 1930. 

61

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62

 Talaria, Vol. I, No. II: Summer 1936. 

61

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61

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61

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61

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61

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61

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61

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61

 The Thistle, Vol. I, No. I: March 1902. 

74

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60

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68

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65

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63

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74

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60

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60

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60

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60

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68

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68

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68

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68

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61

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61

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61

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61

 Transition: Tenth Anniversary, No. 27: April-May 1938 

101

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100

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58

 Undesirables, 1964. 

74

 University of Southern California Library Bulletin- An Address by Eugene Vale, No. 8: 1960. 

67

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72

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62

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62

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59

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100

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61

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61

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61

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61

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61

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61

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61

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59

 V for Verse, Vol. 1, No. 3: April 1944. 

59

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59

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100

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101

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70

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100

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63

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63

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63

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63

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63

 Western Poetry, Winter 1935. 

62

 Western Poetry, September 1937 

62

 Westward, Vol. 2, No. 11: February 1933. 

60

 The Whim 

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61

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61

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61

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61

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61

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61

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61

 Wildfire, June - July. 

61

 The Window, No. 9 

72

 Wings, Vol. I, No. 6: Summer 1934. 

63

 Wisconsin Poetry Magazine, Issue 8.1 

100

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100

 The Woman, Vol. 13, No. 6: January 1945 

101

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65

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58

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66

 The Writer, Vol. 42, No. 5: May 1930 

66

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60

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60

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60

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60

 Writer's Digest, Vol. 27, No. 7: June 1947 

100

 Writer's Notes and Quotes, Vol. 15, No. 3: June 1966 

65

 Yankee Poetry Chapbook, Summer 1934. 

61

 Yankee Poetry Chapbook, Winter 1935. 

61

 Yours Truly, Vol. I, No. 2: March 1906. 

74

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 A Little Book of Verses

69

 Avalon News, undated 

70

 Board of Prison Terms and Paroles, 14 August 1931 - 1 July 1932 

71

 A Book of Humorous Anecdotes, undated 

99

 California Women of the Golden West, 1931 

69

 Catalog of Little Blue Books, undated 

99
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75 9
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 Comic Poems (18th and 19th Century): An Anthology (2 copies), undated 

99

 Constitution for the International Christian Science Administration and for Branch Associates, undated 

67

 Debs and the Poets, 1920 

100

 The Edgar Allen Poe Shrine

100

 Escondido California, 1926 

69

 Facts You Should Know About the United States Government, 1931 

69

 First Report: Board of Prison Terms and Paroles: State of California, 1931-1932 

71

 From the Secretary (publication is missing its cover), 

71

 Globe Facts, undated 

73

 God's Ever Presence, 1913 

73

 The Gospel According to John, undated 

73

 Humorous Verse (17th and 18th Century): An Anthology (2 copies), undated 

99

 Ideology and Co-Existence, undated 

73

 Jacob Beilhart Who Wrote and Lived the Teachings of Spirit Fruit and Voice, undated 

74

 Keeping Up With Teen-Agers, 1947 

67

 Know Your Library, 1958-1959 

70

 Letters From the Death House

69

 New Testament: Army and Navy Edition, 1917 

74

 New Testament: Psalms, 1941 

74

 Pathways to Pavements, 1950 

74

 Petro, 1932 

73

 Poems in Color, undated 

72

 The Poet of the Month

71

 Proverbs of Russia, undated 

74

 Safety Shelters, 1962 

70

 Scientific Health Culture: Based on the Principles and Methods of Modern Practical Psychology, 1916 

69

 Senate Investigating Committee on Education, 1951 

70

 The Story of the National Kindergarten College, undated 

67

 Study Outline to accompany the volume entitled Democratic Socialism, 1949 

69

 Thoughts, 1920 

73
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 Why Not Write?, 1958 

75 10
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 Winged Cargoes, A Path of Beauty Anthology, 1938 

73

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73

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101

 Words of Wisdom, undated 

73

 ACLU. America's Need: A New Birth of Freedom, 1953-1954 

60

 ACLU. By the People, 1959- 1960 

66

 ACLU. Clearing the Main Channels, 1954- 1955 

60

 ACLU. Constitutional Liberty 'The Past is Prologue', 1957- 1958 

100

 ACLU. Freedom Through Dissent, 1961-1962 

66

 ACLU. Freedom, Justice, Equality, 1951-1953 

60

 ACLU. Justice for All 'Nor Speak With Double Tongue', 1956- 1957 

100

 ACLU. Liberty is Always Unfinished Business, 1955-1956 

100

 ACLU. Tension Change and Liberty

66

 ACLU. To Secure: To Use: These Rights, 1962-1963 

71

 ACLU. Work Ahead in Hope, 1958- 1959 

100

 Allen, James. As a Man Thinketh, undated 

74

 Angell, Norman. Socialism and Communism, 1931 

74

 The Angelus University. Lesson I: Soups, 1910 

72

 The Angelus University. Lesson II: Meats, 1910 

67

 The Angelus University. Lesson III: Fish, Poultry and Game, 1910 

67

 The Angelus University. Lesson IV: Vegetables, 1910 

67

 The Angelus University. Lesson V: Fruits, Nuts and Cereals, 1910 

67

 Arnold, Matthew. Sweetness and Light, 1890 

73

 Assembly of the State of California. Problems of the Death Penalty and its Administration in California, 1955-1957 

71

 Bacon, Virginia C. Reading with a Purpose: Good English, 1928 

73

 Barker, Rodney, L. Skirting the Stilled Waters, 1966 

61

 Bedford-Jones, H. The Graduate Fictioneer, 1932 

70

 Benedetto, Vincent. Shape of the Tango, 1960 

69

 Benson, Hobo. Hoboes of America, 1942 

66

 Better America Foundation. Can the Leopard Change His Spots? undated 

70

 Birkhead, L.M. The Essence of Unitarianism, undated 

74

 Blanshard, Paul. Forces Making for Socialism, 1931 

74

 Bockes, Bernard. Ecstasy of Scaffolding, 1957 

66

 Bogart, Guy. Jesus and Siddhartha, 1956 

73

 Bolton, Reginald Pelham. The Poe Cottage at Fordham, 1922 

60

 Braden, Anne. House Un-American Activities Committee: Bulwark of Segregation, 1963 

60

 Brewster, Elizabeth; Cogwell, Fred; Gibbs, Robert; Nowlen, Alden; Smith, Kay. Five New Brunswick Poets, undated 

71

 Broun, Heywood. Why I am a Socialist, 1931 

74

 Brownjohn, Alan. Travellers Alone, 1954 

67

 Burden, Jean. Journey Toward Poetry, 1966 

74

 Cheyney, E. Ralph. I, A Minor Poet, 1923 

73

 Cheyney, Ralph. Letter From a Murdered Town, 1944 

69

 Chicago Women As Citizens, 1910 

67

 Coit, Henry A. War's End, 1917 

69

 Croft, Jennie H. Joy and the Way of Attainment, undated 

74

 Cunningham, Clarice, ed. Best Jokes, undated 

99

 Dannenberg, Karl. Karl Marx: The Man and His Work

66

 Debs, Theodore. Incidents in the Life of Eugene V. Debs, 1973 

71

 Department of Defense Office of Civil Defense. Fallout Protection, December 1961 

70

 Elder, Paul. Happiness, 1903 

74

 Endore, Guy. Justice for Salcido, 1948 

60

 Flower. Adventures in Faith, 1935 

69

 Flower. Meditation with a Purpose, 1934 

69

 France, Anatole. Reflections on Life and Destiny, 1925 

74

 France, Anatole. The Wisdom of the Ages and Other Stories, 1925 

74

 Friedrich, Gerhard. In Pursuit of Moby Dick, 1958 

73

 Gaw, Allison. Sir Samuel Tuke's Adventures of Five Hours, 1917 

73

 Gaw, Allison. Studying the Play, 1921 

66

 Gaw, Ethelean Tyson. A Chinaman's Chance, 1931 

73

 Gaw, Ethelean Tyson. Misty Sundown, 1959 

101

 Gibbs, Lorene Campbell. Popular Chinese Cookbook, undated 

99

 Gilman, Charlotte Perkins. Suffrage Songs and Verses, 1911 

74

 Goddard, Gloria. Party Games for Grown-Ups (2 copies), undated 

99

 Golffing, Francis. American Letters 1957 

71

 Greenberg, Jack. Spruce and Laurel, 1939 

74

 Greenberg, Jack. Star-Chips, 1939 

73

 Greenberg, Jack. Highlights on Psychology, 1931 

67

 Gresser, Seymour. The Coming of the Atom, 1957 

70

 Hardin, Floyd. War and the Moral Reconstruction of Theology, 1918 

73

 Harper, Lawrence. Broken Dirge Over Atlantis and Other Poems, 1940 

69

 Harrison, Henry. Opportunities for Poets

73

 Hedley, Leslie Woolf. Poems for a Passport, 1957 

101

 Heiby, Walter. The Tall Jew, undated 

67

 Henderson, Fred. The Case for Socialism

73

 Higgins, Lucy Terry. Poems, 1947 

69

 Hoffman, Joseph. A Faith for Tomorrow, 1945 

66

 Holden, Anna. A First Step Towards School Integration, 1958 

60

 Hollingsworth, J.H. Eugene V. Debs: What His Neighbors Say of Him

100

 Holmes, Fenwicke L. Mental Science Poems

71

 Holmes, John. The Symbols, 1955 

66

 Housh, Snow Longley. Harvest of Beauty, 1948 

69

 Hurt, Walter. Eugene V. Debs, An Introduction

100

 Huxley, Aldous. Science Liberty and Peace, 1946 

73

 I.W.W. Songs, 24th edition, 1932 

100

 I.W.W. Songs, 27th edition, January 1939 

100

 Irwin, Beatrice. Heralds of Peace, 1938 

66

 Kanno, Takeshi. Creation-Dawn, 1928 

66

 Keith, Joseph Joel. Backdrops, 1966 

61

 Kellogg, J.A. Philosophy of Henry James, 1883 

73

 Kinsey, Don J. The Water Trail, 1928 

69

 Kirkpatrick, George R. Think- Or Surrender, 1916 

100

 Kroch, Adolph A. Johann Gutenberg on the 500th Anniversary of His Death, 11 May 1968 

73

 Kwan, Moon. A Chinese Mirror 

69

 Kwan, Moon. Songs of China 

73

 Kwan, Moon. Unidentifiable publication in Chinese 

67

 Lane, Frona. Mommy Dear, 1948 

71

 Le Prade, Ruth. Gypsy Love Songs, 1947 

69

 Leitner, Leander. The Walam Olum, 1952 

67

 Lennen, Elinor. By My Hand, 1961 

69

 Lennen, Elinor. Of Friends and Friendship, 1948 

69

 Lorraine, Lilith. Knight in White Armor, 1941 

66

 Lorraine, Lilith. Why are the Major Poets Men? (missing cover) 

71

 Markham, Edwin. Our Israel, 1925 

74

 Marsden, Victor E. The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, undated 

69

 Matthew. The King and His Kingdom, undated 

74

 Mauritzen, T.G. Oh Dakota Land- Sweet Dakota Land, 1950 

101

 May, Beulah. Cuentos de California, 1937 

71

 Maynard, Mila Tupper. Saul, undated 

73

 McCarthy, John Russell. California Ballads, 1950 

71

 McCluskey, Katherine Wisner. Poems, 1930 

74

 McGrath, Thomas. Witness to the Times

67

 Melnicove, Bettye F. Crossword Puzzle Dictionary, 1957 

74

 Merwin, Samuel. On Taku Bar, 1913 

73

 Milburn, George, ed. The Best Hobo Jokes, undated 

99

 Milburn, George, ed. The Best Jewish Jokes, undated 

99

 Milburn, George, ed. The Best Jokes About Doctors, undated 

99

 Milburn, George, ed. The Best Rube Jokes, undated 

99

 Milburn, George, ed. The Best Scotch Jokes, undated 

99

 Milburn, George, ed. The Best Yankee Jokes, undated 

99

 Milburn, George, ed. A Book of College Humor, undated 

99

 Milburn, George, ed. A Book of Interesting and Amusing Puns, undated 

99

 Miller, Juanita. About "The Hights"- Joaquin Miller Park- Then and Now with Juanita of the Woods, 1937 

72

 Miller, Vassar. Adam's Footprint, 1956 

70

 Mooney Defense of Southern California. Justice is Waiting, 1930 

60

 Morgan, Angela. The Time for Love Has Come!, 1942 

66

 Mortimer, A.R. & Simmons, James. Out on the Edge, 1958 

73

 National Association for the Protection of the Insane and the Prevention of Insanity. Protection of the Insane, 1880 

72

 Nye, Gerald P. Who Framed Tom Mooney?, undated 

72

 Oliver, Harry. Desert Rat Scrap Book # 2, undated 

70

 Oliver, Harry. Desert Rat Scrap Book # 3, undated 

70

 O'Neal, James. Can Socialism Prevail in America?, 1931 

74

 Orlovitz, Gil. The Diary of Alexander Patience, 1958 

67

 Owens, Stella Augusta. Star-Dust, 1958 

71

 Palmer, Lucille. Limericks for Laughter, 1955 

99

 Palmer, Lucille. Poems for Laughter, 1958 

99

 Palmer, Lucille. "Souse" America, Si! Si! Si!, 1949 

99

 Patchen, Kenneth. Because It Is, 1960 

69

 Payne, Roger. The Hobo Philosopher or the Modern Diogenes, undated 

73

 Peery, Robert. Small Town Humor, undated 

99

 Pelee, Lillian Sutton. Wives on Strike, 1920 

67
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75 10
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 Rexroth, Kenneth. Thirty Spanish Poems of Love and Exile, 1957 

101

 Riley, Dr. Frank L. How Faiths in Fellowship, Can Save Civilization, 1933 

69

 Rosenhouse, Archie. Aubade for Eve, 1966 

61

 Rubin, Maude. Fangs of Midnight, 1968 

61

 Saxton, Carolyn Naught. Sonnets on Identity, 1944 

70

 Segno, A. Victor. How to Be Happy Tho' Married, 1901 

101

 Senate of the State of California. Senate Investigating Committee on Education, 1953 

71

 Senate of the State of California. Tenth Report: Senate Investigating Committee on Education, 1952 

66

 Shakespeare, William. The Tempest, undated 

74

 Sherman, Cora Lane. Barred From Paradise: the Dramatic Love Story of Gloria Dean, 1930 

67

 Shull, Sallie Juanita. Time of Dusk, 1959 

67

 Sierra Slopes and Summits, 1960 

101

 Simpson, Ruth DeEtte. The Archeological Survey of Pleistocene Manix Lake, 1964 

67
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 Simpson, Ruth DeEtte. An Archaeological Survey of Troy Lake, San Bernardino County, 1965 

75 10

 Simpson, Ruth DeEtte. Coyote Gulch, 1961 

75 9
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 Sinclair, Upton. Biographical and Critical Opinions, undated 

73

 Sinclair, Upton. Hell, 1923 

73

 Sinclair, Upton. Epic Answers: How to End Poverty in California 

69

 Sinclair, Upton. Socialism and Culture, 1931 

74

 Sinclair, Upton. I, Governor of California and How I Ended Poverty 

69

 Sinclair, Upton. We, People of America and How We Ended Poverty 

69

 Smith, Gerald Arthur and Simpson, Ruth DeEtte. Basket Makers of San Bernardino County, 1964 

69

 Smith, Lillian E. There Are Things to Do, 1942 

60

 Spencer, Fanny Bixby. How I Became a Socialist, undated 

74

 Spencer, Fanny Bixby. The Repudiation of War, undated 

74

 Spencer, Fanny Bixby. Tolstoy and the Tolstoyan Life, undated 

74

 Spencer, Fanny Bixby. The Voice of the Counter-Current

71

 Stella, Everett, Waldo, Cristopher. Ruess Quartette, 1950 

73

 Strong, Anna Louise. Inside North Korea

67

 Stone, Selman Warren. El Centro Flowering Land, 1948 

69

 Stone, Selman Warren. Los Angeles Sonnets, 1953 

61

 Stuart, Grace. Gland Treatment, 1925 

73

 Swallow, Alan. Some Technical Aspects of Recent Poetry, 1952 

70

 Swedenborg, Emanuel. Brief Readings from Swedenborg, undated 

74

 Taylor, Kate. Selfhood Lost in Godhood, 1885 

66

 The Welsh Foundation. The 7 Essentials of Health, 1934 

65

 Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee. Pardon Tom Mooney: He is Innocent, undated 

72

 Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee. Tom Mooney's Message, 1938 

72

 Trent, Lucia. Five Hundred Don'ts for Writers, 1944 

73

 Troubetzkoy, Ulrich. Out of the Wilderness, 1957 

101

 Truscott, Robert B. Sojourn Among the Strangers, 1967 

61

 Van Dalsem, Newton. History of the Utopian Society of America, 1942 

73

 Van Doren, Mark. In That Far Land, 1951 

66

 Vitkauskas, Arejas. Words of Tomorrow, undated 

73

 Wattles, Wallace D. What Christ Says, 1921 

74

 Wayland's Undelivered Address, 1913 

71

 Wells, Wesley Robert. My Name is Wesley Robert Wells, 1951 

60

 Whitaker, Robert. Man and His World, 1925 

73

 Whitaker, Robert. Songs of Fellowship, undated 

73

 Whitaker, Robert. God Garners No Green Grain, 1896 

70

 Whitaker, Robert. My Country is the World 

71

 Whitaker, Robert. The New Evangelism 

66

 Whitaker, Robert. The Stumbling Block, 1942 

69

 Whitaker, Robert One Woman's Worth 

69

 Whitaker, Robert. The World Community: The Way Out of World Chaos, 1940 

67

 Whitaker, Robert. Why Callest Thou Me Good?, 1913 

70

 White, Moresby. Personology and Your Unknown Self, 1927 

73

 Whitman, Walt. Memories of Lincoln, undated 

74

 Williams, Albert Rhys. The Bolsheviks and the Soviets, 1919 

73

 Williams, Earl W. Suispectus, 1961 

101

 Willis, Ruth. Talking to Myself, 1935 

99

 Wilson, John and Son. Massachusetts Metaphysical College, Boston, 1884 

72

 Wilson, Rev. Vincent M. Psychic Science Teachings

66

 Wilson, Stanley B. Can a Catholic Be a Socialist? 

66

 Winters, Bernice. The Tropic of Mother, 1966 

61

 Witt, Harold. Superman Unbound, 1956 

27

 Wood, Clement. A Book of Comic Dialect Poems, undated 

99

 Wood, Clement. A Book of Nonsense Poems, undated 

99

 Wood, Clement, ed. The Best Irish Jokes, undated 

99

 Wood, Clement, ed. The Best Negro Jokes, undated 

99

 Wood, Clement, ed. A Book of Broadway Wisecracks, undated 

99

 Wood, Clement, ed. A Book of Humorous Limericks, undated 

99

 Yuan, Ch'u. Li Sao, 1959 

73

 Other Periodicals 

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 Africa Today, Vol. VII, No. 1: March 1960. 

75 2

 Africa Today, Vol. VII, No. 2: April 1960. 

75 2

 Africa Today, Vol. VII, No. 3: May 1960. 

75 2

 Africa Today, Vol. VII, No. 4: June 1960. 

75 2

 Africa Today, Vol. VII, No. 5: September 1960. 

75 2

 Africa Today, Vol. VII, No. 6: October 1960. 

75 2

 Africa Today, Vol. VII, No. 8: December 1960 

75 2
Box

 American Psychological Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2: July 1883 

68

 American Psychological Journal, Vol. 1, No. 3: October 1883 

68

 The Aquarian Age, No. 349: September- October 

67
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 Astaron, No. 1. 

75 6

 Astaron, No. 2: 1960. 

75 6

 The Atlantic, Vol. 195, No. 5: May 1955. 

75 1
Box

 The Bibelot, Vol. XVII, No. 11: November 1911. 

68
Box Folder

 The Boy Builder, Vol. I, No. 1: March 1915. 

75 5

 The Boy Builder, Vol. I, No. 2: June 1915. 

75 5

 The Boy Builder, January 1917. 

75 5

 The Boy Builder, Vol. III, No. 2: April 1917. 

75 5

 The Boy Builder, Vol. III, No. 3: July 1917. 

75 5
Box

 Breakthru, Fall 1959 

67
Box Folder

 Changing World, Vol. 2, No. 2: Fall 1948. 

75 3

 The Christian Century, 9 April 1952 

89 5

 The Churchman, Vol. CLV, No. 20: November 1941. 

75 7
Box

 Church School Worker, Vol. 5, No. 9: June- July 1955 

67
Box Folder

 City of Destiny, Vol. 1, No. 2: 1939. 

75 8

 Claremont Quarterly, Vol. 8, No. 2: Winter 1961. 

75 2
Box

 Clear Horizons, Vol. 8, No. 3: Winter 1947-1948 

67
Box Folder

 The Commonwealth, Vol. XXX, No. 353: May 1925. 

75 4

 The Commonwealth, Vol. LXXIII, No. 5: October 1960. 

75 3
Box

 The Community Pulpit, Series 1928- 1929, No. 4 

67

 The Crisis, Vol. 64, No. 10: December 1957 

68

 The Crisis, Vol. 64, No. 9: November 1957 

68

 The Crisis, Vol. 65, No. 1: January 1958 

68

 The Crisis, Vol. 65, No. 2: February 1958 

68

 The Crisis, Vol. 65, No. 3: March 1958 

68

 The Crisis, Vol. 65, No. 4: April 1958 

68

 The Crisis, Vol. 65, No. 5: May 1958 

68

 Crusader, May 1954. 

74

 Crusader, September 1954. 

74

 Crusader, March 1956. 

74

 Crusader, April 1956. 

74

 Crusader, May 1956. 

74

 Crusader, June 1956. 

74

 Crusader, July 1956. 

74

 Crusader, August 1956. 

74

 Crusader, December 1956. 

74

 Crusader, January 1957. 

74

 Crusader, March 1957. 

74

 Crusader, April 1957. 

74

 Crusader, May 1957. 

74

 Crusader, June 1957. 

74

 Crusader, July 1957. 

74

 Crusader, August 1957. 

74

 Crusader, October 1957. 

74

 Crusader, December 1957. 

74
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 Cyclotron, Spring 1963 

89 5

 Cyclotron, Spring 1963 

89 5

 The Defender, Vol. 38, No. 5: September 1963. 

75 8

 Destinies, Vol. 1, No, 4: 1943. 

75 1
Box

 Doings in Los Angeles, 15 July 1943. 

67

 The Emancipator, Vol. 11, No. 9: May 1949 

68

 The Emancipator, Vol. 7, No. 4: December 1944 

68
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 Everyman, Vol. 10, No. 11-12, January - February 1915. 

75 8

 Family Circle, Vol. 57, No. 6: December 1960. 

75 3
Box

 The Family Physician, Vol. 4, No. 11: January 1942 

67

 Fellowship, Vol. 14, No. 11: December 1948 

67

 Fellowship, Vol. 22, No. 5: May 1956 

67
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 Frontier, Vol. 12, No. 8: June 1961. 

75 7

 Game & Gossip, May 1932 

89 6

 Game & Gossip, June 1932 

89 6

 Harper's Magazine, Vol. 220, No. 1320: May 1960. 

75 4
Box

 The Hooly-Kopsin (Happy tho Poor), No. 7: June 1924. 

74

 The Hooly-Kopsin (Happy tho Poor), No. 8: December 1924. 

74

 In Defense of Peace, No. 12: July 1950 

67

 Inspiration, Vol. 17, No. 2: 1950 

70

 Inspiration, Vol. 17, No. 3: 1950 

70

 Inspiration, Vol. 17, No. 4: 1950 

70

 The Insurgent, Vol. I, No. 1: September 1910. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. I, No. 2: October 1910. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. I, No. 3: November 1910. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. I, No. 4: December 1910 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. I, No. 5: January 1911. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. I, No. 6: February 1911. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. I, No. 7: March 1911. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. I, No. 8: April 1911. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. I, No. 9: May 1911. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. I, No. 10: June 1911. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. I, No. 11: July 1911. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. II, No. 1: September 1911. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. II, No. 2: October 1911. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. II, No. 3: November 1911. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. II, No. 4: December 1911. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. II, No. 6: February 1912. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. II, No. 7: March 1912. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. II, No. 8: April 1912. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. II, No. 9: May 1912. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. II, No. 10: June 1912. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. II, No. 11: July 1912. 

74

 The Insurgent, Vol. II, No. 12: August 1912. 

74

 Journal of Living, Vol. 19: October 1953 

70

 The Junior Natural History Magazine, Vol. 7, No. 3: May 1942 

67

 The Link, Vol. 1, No. 7: August 1943 

68

 The Link, Vol. 1, No. 9: October 1943 

68

 The Messenger, Vol. 13, No. 2: August 1930 

67

 Miles Kimball, May 1905. 

67
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 The Minority of One, February 1960 

89 6

 Motive, Vol. III, No. 3: November 1942. 

75 7
Box

 Music Listener's Guide, Vol. II, No, 3: July 1958. 

67

 New Age Interpreter, Vol. 14, No. 5: August 1953 

70

 New Age Interpreter, Vol. 16, No. 3: July-Aug-Sept 1955 

70

 New Age Interpreter, Vol. 18, No. 1: Jan-Feb-March 1957 

70

 New Age Interpreter, Vol. 21, No. 1: Jan-Feb-March 1960 

70

 New Age Interpreter, Vol. 21, No. 4: Oct-Nov-Dec 

70

 New Christian, Vol. 14, Nos. 11 and 12: October- December 1961 

67

 The New "Know Nothings," March 1962. 

68

 New Outlook, Vol. 7, No. 2: February 1954 

70

 New Outlook, Vol. 7, No. 7: July 1954 

70

 New Outlook, Vol. 8, No. 10: October 1955 

70

 New Outlook, Vol. 9, No. 4: April 1956 

70

 New Outlook, Vol. 9, No. 6: June 1956 

70

 New Outlook, Vol. 9, No. 9: September 1956 

70
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 Opinion, Vol. IX, No. 4: February 1939. 

75 4
Box

 The Optimer, October 1930. 

74

 The Optimer, Vol. 16, No. 1: January 1936. 

74
Box Folder

 Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine, Vol. 89, No. 12: December 1931. 

75 7

 Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine, Vol. 92, No. 7: July 1934. 

75 7

 Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine, Vol. 92, No. 7: July 1934. 

75 8

 Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine, Vol. 92, No. 7: August 1934. 

75 7

 Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine, Vol. 92, No. 7: August 1934. 

75 8

 The Personalist, Vol. 17, No. 2: Spring 1936. 

75 1

 The Presbyterian Tribune, Vol. 51, No. 20: June 1936. 

75 7
Box

 Popular Biography, Vol. 1, No. 5: March 1930 

67

 Progress Toward Happier Living, Vol. 22, No. 5: May 1948 

68

 Progress Toward Happier Living, Vol. 22, No. 6: June 1948 

68

 The Protestant, Vol. V, No. 9: June 1944. 

68
Box Folder

 Record, Vol. 109, No. 2: February 1964. 

75 3

 Saturday Review, Vol. XXXV, No. 28: July 1952. 

75 3
Box

 Science of Mind, Vol. 22, No. 5: May 1949 

67

 Socialist Call, Vol. 28, No. 4: Summer 1961 

67

 Socialist Call, Vol. 38, No. 3: Fall 1960 

68

 The Socialist Call, Vol. 28, No. 1: Spring 1960 

70

 The Socialist Call, Vol. 28, No. 2: Summer 1960 

67
Box Folder

 Sunkist Trailer Magazine, Vol. VII, No. 1: 1932. 

75 8

 Time, Vol. LXXX, No. 14: October 1962. 

75 3

 Town & Country Review, December 1936 

89 5

 The Union Church Messenger, February 1930 

89 6
Box

 Unity, Vol. 145, No. 3: September 1966. 

74
Box Folder

 The War Cry, Vol. 39, No. 2033: December 1959. 

75 4
Box

 Wayland's Monthly, No. 92: December 1907 

67
Box Folder

 Westways, Vol. 61, No. 7: July 1969. 

75 6
Box

 World Order, Vol. 13, No. 11: February 1948 

67
Box Folder

 The Young Socialists' Magazine, April 1918 

89 5

 Ephemeral Publications 

Box

 Blue Book of Telephone Numbers 

67

 Bulletin of Pacific University, Vol. XVI, No. 5: June 1920. 

73

 Bulletin of Pacific University, Vol. XVII, No. 5: June 1921. 

73

 Bulletin of the University of Southern California, Summer 1954 

67

 California 

73

 California Federation of Chaparral Poets Roster, 1958 

73

 California Writers' Club Roster, 1960-1961 

73

 The Candidates for Certificates of Scholarship of the Emerson College of Self Expression, 1 May 1938 - 7 June 1938 

66
Box Folder

 The Churchman, 1 April 1939 

89 1
Box

 County of Los Angeles Private Branch Exchange, June 1930 

73

 Creative Arts Festival, 7 June 1941 

72

 The Cumnock Chronicle, Vol. IV, No. 6: April 1923. 

67

 Descriptive Catalogue of Plays and Entertainments, 1923 

73

 Elysian Park Must be Saved for the People 

67

 Emory, 1948 

73

 The Enduring Impact of George Santayana, 1964 

73
Box Folder

 Eugene V. Debs Foundation 

75 20
Box

 Forest Grove 

73

 Fourth Annual Congress Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, May 1901 

73

 The Friday Morning Club, 1933-1934 

66

 The Friday Morning Club Magazine, April 1935. 

67
Box Folder

 The Great Waltz, Summer 1947 

75 20

 Guest Informant, 1966 

75 21

 Hearst San Simeon State Historical Monument 

75 20

 Honoring United States Ambassador James Roosevelt 

89 2
Box

 Humanitarianism of the Laws of Israel, No. 6 

67

 Laguna School of Music and Arts, 1928-1929 

67
Box Folder

 Martin Luther King, 1968 

89 1
Box

 Matinee Musical Club of Los Angeles Year Book, 1923-1924 

73

 Matinee Musical Club Year Book, 1925-1926 

67

 Matinee Musical Club Year Book, 1926-1927 

67

 Matinee Musical Club Year Book, 1927-1928 

67

 Matinee Musical Club, 1928-1929 

67

 Matinee Musical Club, 1930-1931 

67
Box Folder

 Move, November 1966 

89 1
Box

 My Birthday Book: Sagittarius, 1930 

73

 My Trip Around the World, 1960 

73

 National League of American Pen Women, Vol. XIII, No. 18: October 1938. 

68
Box Folder

 New Dimensions... New Challenges, July 1965 - July 1967 

75 20
Box

 Ninth Annual June Rose Festival, 22 June 1952 

67

 Overweight and Underweight 

67

 Pacific University Handbook, Vol. XVIII: 1921-1922. 

73

 Pacific University Register, Vol. XVIII, No. 6: 1921-1922. 

68
Box Folder

 Pensions for Poets 

89 1

 Peonage 

75 20

 The Pilgrimage Play 

75 20
Box

 Playbill, Vol. 4, No. 6: June 1967. 

72

 The Playgoer  

72

 Poetry and Music Club, 1945-1946 

73

 The Poetry and Music Club, 1938-1939 

73

 The Poetry and Music Club, 1943-1944 

73

 The Poetry and Music Club, 1948-1949 

73

 Poetry Society of Southern California Directory, 1958 

73

 Purposes of the American Arts Foundation, 1935 

67

 San Diego County Teachers' Institute, 17 December 1900 - 21 December 1900 

73
Box Folder

 San Francisco Official Memorial Souvenir, 18 April 1906 

89 1

 Shakespearean Repertoire 

75 20
Box

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Addenda to Year Book, 1948-1949 

73

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Aims and Activities  

73

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Directory, 1966-1967 

73

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Year Book, 1931-1932 

67

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Year Book, 1933-1934 

67

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Year Book, 1938-1939 

67

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Year Book, 1939-1940 

67

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Year Book, 1940-1941 

67
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 The World's Biggest Job, April 1935 

75 21

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Year Book, 1941-1942 

67

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Year Book, 1942-1943 

67

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Year Book, 1943-1944 

67

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Year Book, 1944-1945 

73

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Year Book, 1945-1946 

73

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Year Book, 1947-1948 

73

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Year Book, 1947-1948 

73

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Year Book, 1949-1950 

73

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Year Book, 1951-1952 

73

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Year Book, 1952-1953 

73

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club Year Book, 1953-1954 

73

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club, 1930-1931 

67

 The Southern California Woman's Press Club, 1931-1932 

73

 Summer Exhibition of Contemporary Art and Poetry, 23 August 1936 - 20 September 1936 

67

 The Terrible Meek, 8 October 1939 

67

 The Testimony of Genius, 1934 

73

 Town and Gown, 1947-1948 

67
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 A Tribute to Dr. and Mrs. Linus Pauling 

75 20

 United Mothers World Peace Conference, 7 November 1937 - 15 November 1937 

89 1
Box

 The University of Southern California Fifty-eighth Annual Commencement, 7 June 1941 

67

 Welch, Robert, ed. The Blue Book of the John Birch Society, 1961. 

Box

 Western Americana 

67

 Who's Who in World Poetry Day Magazine, 1959 

67

 Wizard of Oz, 9 December 1947 - 21 December 1947 

67

 World Poetry Day Directory, 15 October 1960 

67
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 Who's Who in World Poetry, 1958 

89 1

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