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I. Autobiographies and Literary Memoirs
Companions on the Trail, A Literary Chronicle. 3.
a.Hamlin Garland's journal, Typed transcript, rev. by hand to form a continuous narrative. c.750 leaves. Typescript of Garland's article "A Visit to Henry James at Rye, England, 1906" is incorporated (p.456-464). 1900-1909.
c.Preliminary drafts (from 1 to 3). Holograph and typed. c.990 leaves. A draft of Ch. 20 includes the mounted proof sheets of "Vanishing Trails" (University Record, Oct., 1905).
A Daughter of the Middle Border. 4.
Fortunate Exiles.(Unpublished memoirs of Garland's California years) 5.
My Friendly Contemporaries, A Literary Log. 6.
Roadside Meetings. 7.
d.Mounted proof sheets. 318 leaves. Also, c.50 scattered proof sheets.
A Son of the Middle Border. 8.
d.Dictated version in shorthand, Stenographer's notebook. Dec. 23, 1913-Jan. 1, 1914.
Trail-Makers of the Middle Border.(Hamlin Garland's fictionized life of his father) 9.
"Notes-Miscellaneous, May 15th '85." On cover: "Literary Notes." Notes on Garland's readings; original poems and sketches; mounted clippings; "Edwin Booth as a Master of Expression." With mounted ALS of Laurence Barrett. Boston, Notebook in marbled boards. 16. 1885-88.
"Hamlin Garland, Jamaica Plain, Boston, Mar. 3/86." Rib title: "Literary Notes. Vol. I." Notes of readings and drafts for verses and works of fiction, including Rise of Boomtownand Radburn;mounted clippings. Boston, Black cloth-bound notebook. 17. 1886-87.
"1889 [i.e., 1888]. Visit to the West. West Salem, Minneapolis, Aberdeen [etc.]" Stories, sketches, impressions, poems. Brown pad notebook. 21 x 13cm. Also, a typed transcript. 17 leaves. 21.
"Uncle Frank liked the Norwegian tunes-" Sketches, including "A Visit to Whitman," impressions, poems. La Crosse, Manville, etc., Pad notebook, covers missing. 18 x 11cm. Also, a typed transcript. 11 leaves. 27. post-dated 1889.
"Los Angeles, Fresno, Portland, Pasadena." Impressions of the Pacific Coast; notes on a seance. Tan pad notebook. 22 x 12cm. Also, typed transcript, incomplete. 6 leaves. 32. Winter, 1892-93.
"San Juan, Pasadena, New Mexico again, Denver, Kansas City, Boston." Travel notes and impressions; sketches and notes for stories; poem; outline of address to Psychic Society. Tan pad notebook. 22 x 12cm. Also, typed transcript. 6 leaves. 33. Winter, 1892-93.
Western travel notes of Colorado, New Mexico, etc.; verses; anecdotes; sketches. 2 notebooks without covers. 22 x 12cm. Also, a typed transcript. 25 leaves. 37. 1893.
"White River Plateau." Notes on Colorado. Brown pad notebook. 20 x 12cm. Also, typed transcript. 4 leaves. 41. Aug., 1894.
"Missouri... Kansas-" Midwest travel notes; sketches for A Rocky Mountain Romance.Notes on Zuni, laid in. Writing tablet. 20 x 12cm. Also, a typed transcript. 11 leaves. 43. 1895, n.d.
"Klondike." Notes on preparation for trip to the Klondike; notes on the way; sketches and verse. 2 notebooks in gray cloth. 18 x 11 cm. 51. 1898.
Notes and sketches of Indians and the West, especially Colorado. Ideas for stories, etc. 10 notebooks in cloth and leather. 17 x 11cm. to 21 x 12cm. Also, typed transcripts of 7 notebooks. c.200 leaves. 54. c.1899-1902.
"West Point, New Orleans, Mexico." Travel notes; poems; personal reminders; addresses. Notebook in brown leather. 17 x 11cm. Also, a typed transcript. 32 leaves. 58.
Sketches for stories and a play; studies for Tyranny of the Dark;travel notes; sayings of baby (Mary Isabel); memoranda. New York, Chicago, etc., Notebook in maroon leather. 16 x 10cm. Also, a typed transcript. 28 leaves. 59. 1904-5.
"My Notes of Paris." "My Notes on So. France." "My Notes on Italy, Genoa." "My Notes on Rome." Also, a fifth notebook on Italy. 5 cloth-bound notebooks. 18 x 11cm. 62. 1906.
Western notes and sketches: Colorado, Wyoming, Montana. Includes place descriptions, character sketches, drafts of stories, notes on Indians and forest rangers. Also, notes on a trip to the South, notes on prisons and prison camps in Colorado, Nebraska, and Illinois, 9 notebooks, variously bound. 16 x 9cm. to 18 x 11cm. 63. 1911; 1914. 1907-14.
"Red Letter Days in the Life of a Novelist, a Chronicle." Scrapbook of clippings; notes and texts of speeches; impressions of authors; mounted letters; papers written for the Vigilantes, etc. Loose-leaf notebook. 25 x 21cm. 65. 1916-18.
And a Brave Lady Beside. a."The Ranger's Wife." Holograph. 29 leaves. b.Typed. 22 leaves. 69.
The Bad Medicine Man. a.Holograph. 19 leaves. b.Fragment. Typed. 8 leaves. 70.
Boy Life on the Prairie. a.Notebook of mounted clippings (described by Garland in a note as from American Magazine,but apparently a weekly syndication), with holograph revisions and additions. b.Mounted detached pages from the edition, many rev. by hand. 58 leaves. c."Boy Life on the Prairie: Haying." Fragment. Holograph. 3 leaves. d."The Coming of the Circus." Typed. 8 mounted leaves. e."The Coming of the Circus." Typed fair copy, with carbon copy. 7 leaves each. f."A Night Ride on a Prairie Schooner." Typed. 5 leaves. 74. 1887-88, 1899
Cavanagh, Forest Ranger. a.Conclusion. Holograph. 3 leaves. b.Synopsis. Typed. 11 leaves. 80. Post-dated 1907.
Daddy Deering. a.Final page. Boston, Typed. 1 leaf. b.Detached pages from Other Main-Travelled Roads,p. -128, rev. by hand. 5 leaves. 83. .
The Dark Side of the Moon. Here titled "The Other Side of the Moon" or "The Poltergeist." a.Holograph. 17 leaves. b.Fragment. Holograph. 2 leaves. 84.
A Daughter of Privilege (or, Nelson Berg of Cerro Gordo). a.Typed. c.105 leaves. b."The Blue-Eyed Norsk." Fragment. Typed. 3 leaves. c.Fragment. Typed unrev. carbon copy. 14 scattered leaves. 85. 1915.
A Day's Pleasure. a.Fragment. Mounted printed pages from Main-Travelled Roads,ed., with holograph introduction, possibly for an anthology. 2 leaves. b.Fragment. Typed unrev. carbon copy. 3 scattered leaves. 86. 1899
The Deputy Sheriff's Bride. a.Holograph. 40 leaves. b.Fragment. Typed 13 leaves (7-19). 90.
The Doctor's Visit. a.Holograph. 10 leaves. b.Typed. 6 leaves. 91.
The Forest Ranger. a."Not in the Service Book." Holograph and typed. 33 leaves. "First draft." b.Galley sheets, rev. by hand, for They of the High Trails,p.286-344. 100.
A Goodfellow's Wife. Holograph. 73 leaves. Here retitled "The Scallywag." 103.
The Healer of Mogalyon. a.Typed and holograph. 46 leaves. b.Fragment. Typed fair copy. 11 leaves. c."First draft." Fragment. Holograph. Final leaf only. 106.
Hesper. a.Preface. Post-dated West Salem, Typed. 1 leaf. b.Fragment. Holograph. 41 leaves. c.Detached printed pages 122-131 and 428-435, mounted and edited by hand. Retitled "The Golden Mountain" and "The Death of a Desperado," apparently for an anthology. 18 leaves. 108. 1903.
Honor among Thieves. a.Typed. 10 leaves. b.Typed. 8 leaves. 114.
Hotan-The Red Pioneer; A True Story. a.Typed. 31 leaves. b.Typed fair copy. 11 leaves. c."White Eagle-The Red Pioneer." Typed, "uncorrected." 57 leaves. d.Typed. 15 leaves. e.Fragment. Typed unrev. carbon copy. 16 leaves. f.Introductory paragraph. Typed, rev., with 2 unrev. carbon copies. 1 leaf each. 115.
The House on the Marsh (A Fantasy after Turner). Holograph. 20 leaves. Signed "Luke McClintock." 116.
A Human Remnant. a.Typed. 6 leaves. b.Typed. 7 leaves. 117.
Jim's Pasear Abroad. a.Fragments. Holograph. 110 leaves. b.Typed. 342 leaves. c.Typed carbon copy, partly rev. 374 leaves. 122.
The Light of the Star.Fragments of a novel. a.Holograph. 10 leaves. b.Clippings from the Ladies Home Journal(1904), mounted and heavily rev. by hand, with holograph addenda. 15 leaves. 130.
[ The Long Trail.]A Midnight Race. Detached printed pages, mounted, and rev. by hand. 15 leaves. "A chapter from a story called "The Long Trail..."-Hamlin Garland note. 134.
Love or the Law.Fragments. a.Holograph. 10 leaves. b.Typed, mounted leaf. With Hamlin Garland's holograph notes: "My first attempt at a novel- An unpublished Iowa novel written in 135. 1888." "... 1886."
The Marshall [ sic.]of Brim-stone Center. Fragments. a.Typed fair copy. 31 leaves. b.Typed. 1 leaf (p.23). 138.
The Marshal's Capture. a.Holograph. 78 leaves. b.Typed and holograph. 45 leaves. 139.
Martha's Fireplace. a.Holograph. 35 leaves. b.Typed. 32 leaves. c.Fragment. Holograph and typed. 23 leaves. On the verso, typed scattered leaves of a version of A Son of the Middle Border. 140.
Mettellus, A Character Sketch. a.Holograph. 14 leaves. "Unfinished."-Hamlin Garland notation. b.Fragment of the completed story. Typed. 6 leaves (9-14). 141.
Milton Jennings.Typed and holograph. 351 leaves. An unfinished novel, later incorporated into A Spoil of Office. 142.
The Miser. a."Maria Smith, Miser." Typed. 22 leaves. b.Variant draft. Typed carbon copy. 21 leaves (Leaf 1 missing). c.Fragment. Typed, with unrev. carbon copy. 5 leaves each. 143.
The Mollie Simpson Mine. a.Typed. 46 leaves. b."Mollie Simpson, Minerette; How a Girl Saved a Mine." Fragment. Typed. 15 leaves. 144.
On Honor. a.Holograph. 13 leaves. b.Fragment. Typed. 14 leaves. 148.
The Pack Rat. Fragments. a.Typed. 18 leaves. b.Typed. 2 leaves. 151.
The Palace in the Mesquite. a."Original final chapter." Holograph. 62 leaves (94-155). b."Second draft." Typed. 157 leaves. c."Latest version." Typed, slightly rev. 154 leaves. d.Fragments of drafts. Typed. c.185 leaves. 152.
A Poet in Wood and Steel. a.Typed. 34 leaves. b.Fragment. Typed. 4 leaves. 156.
[The Prospector.] a."The Lost Mine of Shushonnie." Holograph. 29 leaves. b."The Lost Mine." Fragment. Typed. 35 leaves. c."Pogosa." West Salem, Wis., Aug., 1908. Typed. 59 leaves. d."Pogosa." Fragment. 2 carbon copies. 1 leaf each. 162.
The Rise of Boomtown. a. "Original copy." Post-dated 1886. Holograph. 210 leaves. b.Typed. 300 leaves. c.Fragment. Typed. 39 leaves. d."Part Second." [1887-88.] Typed. 130 leaves. 165.
The River's Warning. a.Holograph. 12 leaves. b.Holograph. 16 leaves. c.Typed fair copy. 8 leaves. 167.
The Silent Eaters. a.Typed. 158 leaves. b.Fragments. Holograph and typed. 13 leaves. 172.
Silent Salidor. a.Holograph. 15 leaves. b."The Silent Visitor." Fragment. Holograph. 1 leaf. 173.
The Skipper, A Study in Cheerful Crime. a.Typed. 27 leaves. b.Fragments. Holograph. 69 leaves. c.Fragment. Typed. 22 leaves. 175.
A Spoil of Office. a.Fragments. Holograph. 88 leaves. b.Notes. Holograph. 27 leaves. c.Detached printed pages 41-66, rev. by hand. 178.
The Storm Child. a.Holograph. 14 leaves. b.Typed. 8 leaves. c.Typed. 9 leaves. d.Introductory statement. Holograph leaf, with 2 typed carbon copies. 182.
The Straddle Bug. A selection from The Moccasin Ranch,rev. for an anthology. a.Typed, with carbon copy. 6 leaves each. b.Fragment. Typed. 1 leaf. 183.
A Taste of Freedom. a.Holograph. 4 leaves. b.Typed. 4 leaves. 185.
The Teamsters Ball at Cariboo. Feb., 1906. a.Typed. 13 leaves. b.Typed. 9 leaves. 186.
The Turn of the Tide. a.Typed. 20 leaves. b.Fair copy. Typed. 21 leaves. c.Variant fair copy. Typed. 21 leaves. 189.
$2000 in Cash. a.Holograph. 26 leaves. b.Fragment. Holograph. 2 leaves. 190.
The Walls of Paradise Valley. a.Typed and holograph. 46 leaves. b.Typed. 32 leaves. c.Variant draft. Fragment. Typed. 2 leaves (39-40). 191.
The White Weasel. a."The Dandy." Holograph. 12 leaves. b.Typed carbon copy. 6 leaves. 192.
Witch's Gold. a.Fragment. Holograph. 73 leaves. b.Fragment. Typed. 38 leaves. c.Short version. Typed carbon copy. 29 leaves. 195.
Fragments of novels and stories; also, jotted-down ideas for stories. Holograph and typed. 265 leaves. 196.
IV. Dramatic Works (Plays and Photoplays)
The Captain of the Gray Horse Troop. a.Synopsis. Typed fair copy. 3 leaves. b."The Red Pioneer, a photoplay adapted from The Captain of the Gray Horse Troop."Synopsis. Typed. 3 leaves. c.Scenario of the silent film. 1916. Fragment. Holograph. 7 leaves. 197.
Cavanagh, Forest Ranger. a.Scene outline for silent film. Typed. 2 leaves. b.Scenario, by A. Van Buren Powell. Typed carbon copy. 69 leaves. 198. 1916.
Hesper (Motion picture). a.Act I, Set 2. Holograph. 1 leaf. b.Subtitles and inserts. Typed carbon copy. 2 leaves. 201.
The McTurgs (Play). a.Outline sketch. Holograph. 5 leaves. b.Fragments. Holograph and typed. 4 leaves. 204.
The Outlaw of Blizzard Basin (Play). a.Typed. 19 leaves. b.Variant draft. Fragment. Typed carbon copy. 10 leaves. 208.
The Peace-Maker (or, Miller of Boscobel), A Play. a.Typed. 85 leaves. b.Fragments. Holograph and typed. 10 leaves. c.Cues and lines of "Joseph Marvich," with notations of stage directions. Typed. 12 leaves. d.Printed program, Appleton Theatre, Appleton, Wis., 209. Jan. 20, 1909.
Rip Van Winkle (Play). Adapted by Hamlin Garland from Charles Burke's Rip Van Winklefor production at Onteora. a.Typed and holograph. 31 leaves. b.Fair copy. Typed. 64 leaves. c.Fragments of carbon copies. Typed. 6 leaves. 210.
The Rise of Boomtown, A Dakota Play. a.Second rough outline. Typed. 13 leaves. b.Fragments. Typed and holograph. 19 leaves. 211.
Across the Bay. a.Typed. 1 leaf. b.Two typed fair copies. 1 leaf each. 218. Post-dated Boston, 1886.
The Answer. West Salem, a.Holograph. 4 leaves. b.Holograph. 3 leaves. c.Fragment. Holograph. 1 leaf. 221. Post-dated 1914 and 1915.
Anticipation. a.Holograph, mounted. 1 leaf. b.Typed. 1 leaf. 222. 1898.
The Average Man. Boston, a.Holograph. 2 leaves. b.Variant. Holograph. 2 leaves. 224. 1889.
Boyish Sleep. Detached p. 199 of Boy Life on the Prairie,Border ed., mounted and rev. by hand. 231.
By the Mississippi. a.Typed. 2 leaves. Two holograph verses of "Paid His Way" on verso. b.Post-dated Boston, Typed. 2 leaves. 233. Dated 1886. 1887.
Camping Through. a.Holograph. 1 leaf. b.Typed. 1 leaf. 234.
The Cheyenne Dance. a.Typed, mounted. 1 leaf. b."Indian Dance." Holograph. 1 leaf. c."The Indian Dance." Typed. 1 leaf. d."Cheyennes Dancing." Typed. 1 leaf. 235. Dated 1899. 1903.
Childless. a.Holograph. 1 leaf. b.Typed. 1 leaf. 236. Dated 1886.
Christmas in the Woods. a."Christmas in the Mines." Holograph. 1 leaf. b.Post-dated Boston, Typed. 1 leaf. 237. 1888. 1887.
Come, My Neighbor, Let Us Go. a."Come, My Brother, Let Us Go." Holograph, mounted. 1 leaf. b.Typed. 1 leaf. c."The Back Trail." Typed carbon copy. 1 leaf. 241. Dated 1920.
The Coming Storm. Mounted clipping from the Boston Evening Transcript,rev. by hand. 242. 1888.
Cool Gray Jug. Holograph, mounted. Leaf from Prairie Songs and City Verses, Entry 319. 243. Post-dated 1887.
Corn Shadows. a.Detached printed leaf from Boy Life on the Prairie,rev. by hand. b.Detached leaves from Boy Life on the Prairie,mounted and rev. by hand, with holograph note. Boston, 2 leaves. 244. Post-dated 1889.
Dakota. on proof sheet. a.Proof sheet. 5 copies. b.Fragment. 1889. Typed. 1 leaf. 247. Dated 1885
Death in the Desert. a.Holograph. 1 leaf. b."Written on the trail in British Columbia. Summer of 1898." Holograph fair copy, mounted. 1 leaf. c.West Salem, Typed. 1 leaf. d.West Salem, Typed, mounted. 1 leaf. 248. 1898. 1898.
A Dream of Age. a.Typed. 2 leaves. b.Typed. 2 leaves. c.Typed. 2 leaves. d.Typed. 2 leaves mounted on 1 leaf. 252. Dated 1898. Post-dated 1899.
Eagles of the Dawn. a.Holograph. 3 leaves. b.Typed. 2 leaves. c.Typed. 3 leaves. 254. Post-dated 1917. Post-dated 1915.
Edwin Booth. a.Boston, Typed. 3 leaves. b.Mounted clipping from the Boston Evening Transcript,rev. by hand. 256. Post-dated 1885. Jan. 2, 1886,
The Freeman of the Hills. Post-dated West Salem, Detached printed p. 229 of The Trail of the Goldseekers,mounted and rev. by hand. 261. 1898.
Goin' Back Tomorrow. Holograph. "First draft," consisting of 2 mounted leaves from Prairie Songs and City Verses, Entry 319. 265. Post-dated 1888.
A Gray Sun-set. a."Original ms." Holograph, mounted 1 leaf. b.Holograph. 1 leaf. 267.
Hoppiness. Typed. 2 leaves mounted on 1 leaf. "This poem was begun in Mr. Howells' garden in Watertown, Mass., 1888."-Garland note. 268.
Homeward Bound (or, Into the Wind). a.Typed. 2 leaves. b.Carbon copy, rev., of leaf 1 of a. 272.
The Horseman on the Plains. a.Holograph, mounted. 1 leaf. b.Typed, mounted. 1 leaf. c.Typed. 1 leaf. 273. Post-dated c.1900. Post-dated 1898.
How Will She Look? (Home-ward Bound). Boston, a.Typed. 2 leaves. Leaf 2 mounted, with holograph note. b.Typed. 2 leaves. c."Home-ward Bound." Typed, mounted. 1 leaf. 274. 1887.
In the Grass. Boston, a.Typed. 1 leaf. b.Typed and holograph. 2 joined leaves. 280. Post-dated 1890.
Isles of Shoals. a.Holograph, mounted. 1 leaf. b.Typed. 1 leaf. c.Typed. 1 leaf. d."The Track of the Waves." Typed. 1 leaf. e."The Isle of Shoals." Holograph. 1 leaf. 281. Post-dated 1888.
John Burroughs. Typed. 2 leaves. With carbon copy of leaf 2. 282.
Joy of My Days. Holograph. 3 leaves. An early version of "Memories of the Trail." 283.
The Lure of the Bugle. a.Holograph, mounted. 2 leaves. b."The War Mood." West Salem, Typed. 1 leaf. c.Typed. 1 leaf. (Sequel: Provisional Patriotism, Entry 321.) 289. Post-dated 1916.
The Lure of the Desert. a.Post-dated 1897. Holograph, mounted. 1 leaf. b."O the Lure of the Desert!" Post-dated West Salem, Typed. 1 leaf. 290. 1898.
Massasauga. a.West Salem, Typed carbon copy, mounted, with explanatory note. 2 leaves. b.Detached p.315 of Boy Life on the Prairie,mounted, with holograph note. 1 leaf. 292. Post-dated 1900.
Memories of the Trail. a.Typed. 5 leaves. With incomplete carbon copy (leaves 3-5). b.Typed fair copy. 3 leaves. With carbon copy of leaf 1. c.Fragment. Holograph. 2 leaves (5-6). 293.
Mexico. a.Holograph. 2 leaves mounted on 1 leaf. b."The Desert Folk." Typed, mounted. 1 leaf. c.Typed carbon copy, signed. 1 leaf. 294. Post-dated 1905.
A Midnight Mood. a.Typed. 1 leaf. b.Subtitled "In Time of War." Typed. 1 leaf. c."What Does It Matter? (A Midnight Mood)." Boston, Typed, mounted. 2 leaves. d."What Does It Matter?" Typed. 3 leaves. 295. Post-dated 1890. Post-dated 1885. Post-dated 1890.
The Moon Rises. a.Boston, Holograph. 2 leaves. b.Boston, Holograph. 3 leaves. 299. 1885. 1886.
A Mountain Girl. a."A Genre Sketch." [Boston, 188-.] Typed. 1 leaf. b.Holograph, mounted. 1 leaf. c.Chicago, Typed. 1 leaf. 300. Dated 1890. 1892.
Music Land (at a Symphony). a.[Boston, 188-.] Typed. 2 leaves. b."MacDowell's Music Land." Typed. 2 leaves. 301.
My Schoolmates (or, Acknowledgements). Tchincut Lake, B. C., a."My Debts." Holograph. 1 leaf. b."A Tribute." Typed. 2 leaves. c."Acknowledgements." Typed. 1 leaf. d.Typed. 2 leaves. 303. 1898.
The New Era (A Game Warden Speaks). England, a.Holograph. 1 leaf. b.Typed. 1 leaf. c.Typed fair copy. 1 leaf. Each copy notes that the poem was composed in a dream. 305. 1900.
New York City. a.Holograph. 1 leaf. b.Holograph fair copy. 1 leaf. 306.
Night and the Snake. a.Typed, mounted. 1 leaf. b."The Message of the Snake." First verse only. Typed, mounted. 1 leaf. 307. Post-dated 1895. Post-dated 1898.
The Northern Wind. a.Holograph. 1 leaf. b.West Salem, Typed. 1 leaf. 311. Post-dated 1899. Post-dated 1898.
The Old-Style Threshing Machine. West Salem, a."The Threshing Machine-Old Style." Holograph. 1 leaf. b.Typed, mounted. 1 leaf. 312. 1900.
On Wings of Steam. Here titled "The Wing of Steam." Holograph, mounted. A leaf from Prairie Songs and City Verses, Entry 319, marked by Garland "First draft." 313. Post-dated 1887.
The Peace of Years. a.Typed, mounted. 1 leaf. b."An Old Poet." Typed. 1 leaf. "Written of John Burroughs about 1915." c.Typed fair copy. 1 leaf. "Written for John Burroughs' birthday in 1908." 314.
A Pioneer. R.H.G. West Salem, a.Holograph, mounted. 2 leaves. b."My Father." Holograph. 1 folded leaf (2p.) 315. 1914.
Plowman Today. a."The Plowman of Today." West Salem, Typed. 1 leaf. b."First proof" ( The Rotarian,1 leaf. 317. Post-dated 1903. Sept., 1939).
Prairie Songs.a. Proof sheets of the book, p.158-159, with corrections. b.Proof sheets of Midland Monthly4 leaves. 318. (Feb., 1894).
Prairie Songs and City Ver[s]es. Jamaica Plain, Notebook. 22 x 15cm. Much of the contents is removed; these remain: Love's Lethe; Content; But the Sun Shines Through; A Moment in Spring; Fate's Harvest; Sound of the Prairie; The Veteran's Wish; The Woe of the Wind; The Novelist; Moods of the Plain; Christmas Dreams; The Coming Storm (clipping); Sympathy; Sceptre-less Kings (clipping); By the Mississippi; Boy Life on the Prairie (prose clipping); The Wind Is Sad Tonight; Drifting Goose; Heart-Hunger; Waiting; Rapt with the Wind; The Cabin on the Plain; The Black Canon; Spring Longing; Cool Gray Jug; Happiness; One o' the Days; Evening in the Woods; Childless; Winning Freedom; The Whippoorwill; The Ridge of Corn; Single-Tax Cat; A Lonely Hill (prose); The Sun-Lover; Wild Roses in the Wheat; Winds; Sea-ward Dreams; Leaving the Land of Love; untitled poems and fragments of poems. See also Entries 243, 265, 313, and 354. 319. 1888.
Provisional Patriotism. a.Typed. 1 leaf. b."The War Mood." Holograph fair copy. 1 leaf. c."Democracy at War." Typed. 1 leaf. 321. Post-dated 1917.
The Reformer. a.Holograph. 1 leaf. b.Typed. 2 leaves. c.Subtitled "Henry George." Boston, Typed, mounted. 1 leaf. d.Boston, Typed. 2 leaves mounted on 1 leaf. 322. Post-dated 1885. Post-dated 1887. Post-dated 1889.
A Ridge of Corn. a.Boston, Typed. 2 leaves. b.Typed. 2 leaves. 323. Post-dated 1890.
Sacrificed. a.Typed, mounted. 2 leaves. b."Hopeless." Typed. 4 leaves. c.Post-dated 1889. Typed. 4 leaves. 324.
The Sexton. West Salem, a.Holograph, mounted. 1 leaf. b.Typed. 1 leaf. 325. 1900.
Signal Fires. a.Holograph. 1 leaf. b.Last stanza only, rev. version. Holograph. 1 leaf. 327.
The Silent Conqueror. a."Death of Roosevelt." Holograph. 1 leaf. b.Typed, with unrev. carbon copy. 1 leaf each. 328.
The Simple Things. a.Holograph, mounted. 1 leaf. b.Typed, mounted. 1 leaf. c."Old Things Are the Best." Typed, mounted. 1 leaf. 329.
A Song of the Desert. a.Holograph, mounted. 1 leaf. b.Typed fair copy. 1 leaf. c."Love in the Desert. A Song." Typed. 1 leaf. 330. Dated 1897. Dated 1895.
The Suns That Are Set. West Salem, a.Holograph, mounted. 1 leaf. b.Holograph, mounted. 1 leaf. c.Typed, mounted. 1 leaf. d.Typed fair copy. 1 leaf. 333. 1893.
The Sword Two-edged. a.Holograph, mounted. 1 leaf. b.West Salem, Typed. 1 leaf. 334. Post-dated c.1912. Post-dated 1905.
Time. a.Holograph. 1 leaf. b.Typed, mounted. 1 leaf. 337. Post-dated 1904.
A Toast to John Burroughs. a.Typed, mounted. 1 leaf. b."To John Burroughs." Typed. 1 leaf. 340. 1920.
The Trail Makers. a.Typed, mounted. 4 leaves. Notes on introductory remarks for a reading on verso of leaf 4. b.Typed. 3 leaves. With carbon copy of leaves 2 and 3, slightly rev. c.Mounted clippings from Twentieth Century Magazine,p.156-158, rev. by hand, with final page typed. Also, 2 carbon copies of typed page. d.Clippings as c,mounted, rev., with holograph note. e.Extracts from poem. Typed, with 2 carbon copies. 1 leaf each. 342. 1911. Dec., 1911,
The Ute Lover. a."The Indian Lover." Chicago, Holograph. 3 leaves. b."The Red Lover." Holograph. 3 leaves. c.Fragment. Typed fair copy. 1 leaf. 344. Post-dated 1895.
Wan o' Thes' Days (Iowa Scotch). a.Holograph, mounted. 1 leaf. b.Typed. 1 leaf. "A dream poem."-Garland note. 348.
Where Art Shall House. Washington, D. C., a.Typed, mounted. 1 leaf. b.Typed. 1 leaf. c.Typed. 1 leaf. 350. 1898.
The Wild Sun-Flower. a.Boston, Holograph, mounted. 1 leaf. b.Typed. 1 leaf. c.Typed. 1 leaf. 353. Post-dated 1889.
A Wind from the East Sea. Boston, Newspaper clipping with holograph revisions, mounted on a leaf from Prairie Songs and City Verses, Entry 319. 354. 1888.
The Wood-land Lake. Holograph. 1 leaf. On verso, a holograph prospectus for Garland's lectures on "American Thought" at the Boston School of Oratory. 356.
The World Well Lost. a.Holograph, mounted. 1 leaf. b.West Salem, Typed. 1 leaf. c.West Salem, Typed. 1 leaf. d.West Salem, Typed. 1 leaf. 357. Post-dated c.1907. 1904. 1905. 1905.
[A Group of Poems.] Holograph; chiefly fair copies. 6 folded leaves (10p.) Includes: The Stampede; The Prairie School-House; Early May; Moods of the Plain; Pom Pom Pullaway; A Dakota Harvest Field. 358.
The American Voice in England. a.Fragment. Typed. 4 leaves. b."The American Voice." Fragment. Typed. 4 leaves. 366.
Chicago Studies. a.Holograph. 10 leaves. b.Typed. 10 leaves (1-5, 7-11). 375. 1895.
Cripple-The Dead Camp. a.Holograph. 6 leaves. b.Typed carbon copy, unrev. 3 leaves. 378. [1907.]
England's Rediscovery of America. a.Typed. 7 leaves. b.Typed. 8 leaves. c.Typed. 9 leaves. d.Fragment. Typed. 3 leaves. 381.
Honor Camps and Prison Courts. a.Typed. 23 leaves. b."On Honor Camps among the Convicts of Colorado." Typed and holograph. 30 leaves. c.Fragment. Holograph. 18 leaves. d.Fragment. Typed. 8 leaves. (15-22). 388.
Joys of the Trail. a.Typed. 55 leaves. b.Fragments. Holograph and typed. 83 leaves. c.Fragment. Mounted clippings of "Vanishing Trails" ( Cf.Entry 656), rev. and expanded by hand. 13 leaves. d.Afterword (Sunsets So Beautiful). Holograph. 2 drafts of 2 leaves each. Also used as the Afterword of They of the High Trails. 390.
Lorado Taft and His Work. a.Subtitled "His Suggestions for a Museum in So. California." Mounted clippings, rev. by hand, with holograph notes. 4 leaves. b.Fragment, proposing the museum for Chicago. Holograph. 7 leaves (9-15). 395.
My First Fiction. a.Holograph. 1 leaf. b.Typed fair copy. 1 leaf. 401.
My First Night in New York. Holograph. 13 leaves. Incomplete draft of letter to Franklin Garland on verso of leaves 12 and 13. 402.
A Night in the Grand Canyon. a.Holograph. 27 leaves. b.Typed. 31 leaves. 405. Aug. 25, 1896.
Old Fashions and New. a.Holograph. 12 leaves. b.Retitled by hand "Old Wines for New." Typed, with unrev. carbon copy. 6 leaves each. 407.
On an Old Magazine. a.Holograph. 4 leaves. b.Typed, with unrev. carbon copy. 3 leaves each. 409.
On Autumn Plains. a.Typed and holograph. 11 leaves. b.Fragment. Holograph. 8 leaves. 410.
The Trail of the Goldseekers.Fragments. a."Blue Rat." Typed fair copy. 5 leaves. b."The Blue Rat." Typed. 6 leaves. c."The Blue Pony." Typed. 11 leaves. d."The Blue Pony." Holograph, and typed carbon copy. 4 leaves. 420.
Two Pictures. Typed. 2 leaves. Vignettes formerly titled "Poverty's Child" and "Childhood." 421.
Vital Pages in American History. Typed carbon copy. 2 leaves. "Foreword for [Joseph Lewis] French's The Pioneer West."-Garland note. 423.
The Volunteer Soldier. a.Typed. 2 leaves. b.Proof sheet. 1 leaf. 424. [c.1918.]
The Westward of American Settlement. a.Typed. 19 leaves. b.Typed fair copy. 15 leaves. c.Printed leaves of the pamphlet, rev. and condensed by hand and retitled "The Westward March of the Pioneer." 12 leaves. 425. March
B. American Indians
Among the Southern Utes. (Over Indian Trails series). a.Typed. 19 leaves. b.Mounted proof sheets. 5 leaves. 434.
Glimpses of the Navajo Indians. a.Holograph. 13 leaves. b.Fragment. Holograph. 2 leaves. c.Mounted proof sheets. 4 leaves. 441.
The Human Side of the Redman. a.Holograph. 31 leaves. b.Retitled by hand "The Other Side of the Indian." Typed. 13 leaves. 443.
The Red Man's Gift. a.Typed. 4 leaves. b.Combined with "Chief Charlevoy" and titled by hand "The Human Side of the Redman." Typed. 9 leaves. 453.
The Red Man's Present Needs. Here titled "The Changing Heart of the Redman." a.Typed. 28 leaves. b.Typed. 18 leaves. With 2 typed leaves of comment by a second person. c.Notes. Holograph. 1 folded leaf (4p.) 454.
U.S. Dept. of the Interior. Office of Indian Affairs. Papers on Hamlin Garland's project to restore tribal names to Indians. 460.
b.Rosters and lists of Indian names; census of Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes, Oklahoma, 1901.
Americanism in Fiction. Fragment. Typed. 6 leaves (1-4, 20-21). "The beginning of an early article-probably in the nineties"-Garland note. Leaves 5-19 are incorporated into Entry 512 h. 462.
The Evolution of American Thought. Fragment of an unpublished book; originally a lecture series, 465. 1885-87.
Let the Sunshine In. a.Typed. 13 leaves. b."The Literature of Democracy." Typed unrev. carbon copy of another version. 10 leaves. 469.
Limitations of Authorship in America. Here titled "On the Limitations of American Authorship." a.Holograph and typed. 12 leaves. b.Typed unrev. carbon copy. 8 leaves. 470.
The Rediscovery of America. a.Typed. 11 leaves. b.Typed. 5 leaves. 476.
Sanity in Fiction. a.Typed. 21 leaves. b.Fragment. Typed. 17 leaves (4-21). 479.
SirJames M. Barrie. 487.
John Burroughs. 489.
Samuel Langhorne Clemens. 490.
Stephen Crane. 492.
John Drinkwater. 494.
Edward Eggleston. 496.
Henry Ford. 499.
R. H. Garland, Biographical Notes of. a.Typed fair copy. 6 leaves. b.Typed unrev. carbon copy. 8 leaves. 504.
Thomas Hardy. 508.
William Dean Howells. ( See alsoEntry 479). 512.
a.Howells. Typed. 23 leaves. With 12 rev. and retyped leaves.
e.A Visit to Howells, Fragment. Typed fair copy, with carbon copy, both on 1 folded leaf. June 15.
h. William Dean Howells. Typed. 28 leaves. A composite of Entries 462, 512a, and 512j.
Sidney Lanier. 514.
Joseph Lincoln of Cape Cod. a.Typed. 6 leaves. b.Fragment. Holograph. 2 leaves. 515.
Edward MacDowell. 519.
Joaquin Miller. 522.
Alan Alexander Milne. 523.
James Whitcomb Riley. 524.
a.In Riley's Country. Greenfield, Holograph. 38 leaves. Parts of the quoted verse are in Riley's hand. Aug. 6, 1893.
e.Riley and the Question of Dialect. i.Holograph. 25 leaves. ii.Typed. 23 leaves. iii.Fragment. Typed. 20 leaves (5-24).
Theodore Roosevelt. 525.
a.The Literary Roosevelt. i.Fragment. Typed. 1 leaf. ii.Fragment. Typed unrev. carbon copy. 2 leaves (1, 3).
b.Meetings with Roosevelt (Journal excerpts). Typed, unrev. carbon copy. 21 leaves. Also, 2 leaves of the ribbon copy.
c.My Neighbor, Theodore Roosevelt. i.Typed (partly a carbon copy). 34 leaves. ii.Fragments. Typed. 10 leaves.
John Singer Sargent. 526.
Augustus Thomas. 529.
Walt Whitman. 532.
c.Whitman at Seventy. i. Fragment. Typed, with corrections in Whitman's hand. 6 leaves. ii. Mounted clippings, rev. by hand, from New York Herald, 3 leaves. June 30, 1889.
VII. Ulysses S. Grant Biography
Ulysses S. Grant articles. Published in McClure's Magazineand distributed by S. S. McClure Syndicate, a.Typed and holograph. c.450 leaves. b.Proof sheets, rev. by hand. 57 leaves. 535. 1897-98.
The Epic Story of General Grant. Typed. 144 leaves. Marked on envelope: "Grant address." 536.
General Grant. Proof sheets, rev. by hand. 7 leaves. Published in Mentor, 538. July 1, 1920.
Popular Misconceptions of Grant. a.Holograph. 26 leaves. b.Typed carbon copy. 13 leaves. c.Fragment. Typed. 2 leaves. 539.
Ulysses S. Grant, His Life and Character.Various incomplete drafts of the book ms. Holograph and typed. c.1,085 leaves. 540.
Articles about Ulysses S. Grant by various hands. Original mss., some with letters of transmittal. 546.
VIII. Psychical Writings and Records
A. Hamlin Garland's Writings
Forty Years of Psychic Research. a.Holograph (incomplete). c.440 leaves. b.Typed and holograph (incomplete). 227 leaves. c.Typed and holograph. c.600 leaves. d.Fragments. Chiefly passages omitted in final version. Typed and holograph. 60 leaves. 549.
The Mysteries of Mediumship. a.Holograph. 23 leaves. b.Typed. 21 leaves. 555.
The Mystery of the Buried Crosses. 556.
c. The Mystery of the Buried Crosses(Publicity release). i.Typed. 3 leaves. ii.Typed. 3 leaves. iii."Mechanical Evidences of Human Survival." Typed unrev. carbon copy. 2 leaves.
d.A Remarkable Case of Clairvoyance. i.Typed carbon copy. 13 leaves. ii.Fragment. Typed. 12 leaves.
h.Gregory Parent's writings and evidences.
iv.Two artifacts from Parent Collection: Pipe bowl and piece of metal in stone.
i.Transcripts of seances with Sophia Williams, medium. Includes chart of seances, notes, drawings, etc., and an affirmation by Mrs. Williams. Also, transcripts of a sitting with Mrs. C. G. Howard in rethe buried crosses, and of seances with Mrs. Williams on other matters. Typed and holograph. 1937.
k.The Problem of the Buried Crosses, by Whit Wellman. Typed fair copy. 18 leaves. With revisions and corrections by Hamlin Garland.
The Nine Lives of Spiritism. a.Holograph. 19 leaves. b.Fragment. Typed. 9 leaves (1, 8-10). 557.
The Other Side of the Moon. a.Typed fair copy. 10 leaves. b.Typed fair copy. 11 leaves. c.Mounted clippings, with holograph revisions and addenda. 2 versions. 9 and 14 leaves. 558.
B. Psychical Records
Records of seances. 564.
a.Mrs. Naomi Anderson, medium. Record of sittings. Typed carbon copy. 59 leaves. With letter of transmittal from J. Malcolm Bird of American Society of Psychical Research. 1927.
k.John W. Ticknor, medium. i."A Very Complete Account of Identification. Recorded by E. W. W[inter]." Rev. and titled by Garland. Typed. 6 leaves. ii.Transcripts of sittings, New York, Typed fair copy. 35 leaves. With 1 to 3 carbon copies of each sitting. 67 leaves. Also, with original statements of persons attending seances to Malcolm Bird, Research Officer, American Society for Psychical Research, correcting the transcripts. 1927.
m.Betty White, et al.,mediums. i.Records of sittings. New York, Stewart Edward White, recorder. Typed carbon copy, rev. in part in Garland's hand. c.235 leaves. ii.Records of sittings with Betty White. Burlingame, Calif., Stewart Edward White, recorder. Typed. 15 leaves. 1921-22. 1932-34.
Manuscripts by others on psychical matters. 567.
IX. Addresses, Lectures, Readings
Address Presenting Radio Medal. a.Typed. 6 leaves. b.Mimeographed. 7 leaves. 569. Nov. 12, 1931.
Americanism in Art (Lecture notes). Typed. 11 leaves. Introductory remarks for Lynn, Mass., penciled on verso of leaves 10 and 11. 575. [c. 1917.]
Americanism in Fiction (Lecture notes). a.Holograph. 10 leaves. b.Holograph. 23 leaves. 576.
Americanism in Literature. Hamlin Garland on William Dean Howells. Typed carbon copy. 4 leaves. Lecture notes made by Carrie Belle Parks, University of Rochester, 577. Jan. 31, 1921.
Burroughs the Man. An Address before the American Academy of Arts and Letters, a.Typed. 7 leaves. b."John Burroughs the Man." Holograph and typed. 31 leaves. 578. Nov. 18 .
The City as a Dwelling Place. a.Holograph. 5 leaves. b.Typed. 5 leaves. c.Typed, with unrev. carbon copy. 5 leaves each. 580.
Conditions of American Authorship. a.Notes. Holograph. 5 leaves. b.Untitled notes. Holograph. 3 leaves. c.Fragment. Holograph. 1 leaf. 581.
Drama League Address, Notes for. a.Holograph. 16 leaves. b.Typed. 6 leaves. 582.
Edwin Booth as a Master of Expression. (Lecture series). 584. [c.1885-86.]
e.Edwin Booth as Iago. Typed. 49 leaves. "Iago" in the title is lined out and "MacBeth" is superscribed. Also, the introduction is rev. by hand for use with "Edwin Booth as MacBeth." The body of the lecture, however, deals with the role of Iago.
English-Speaking Union, Address before. Typed. 1 leaf. A report quoting from the address. 585. July 11, 1922.
The Farm and School of the Past, an Address. a.Notes. Holograph. 31 leaves. b.Text. Typed. 14 leaves. 587.
Henry George, Address on. 2 detached printed leaves, rev. by hand, with 1 typed folded leaf (2p.). 592.
Impressionism (Lecture outline). a.Holograph. 9 leaves. b.Holograph. 1 leaf. 596.
In Presenting [Howells] Medal to Mrs. Freeman. New York, Holograph. 4 leaves. (For response, see Entry 748.) 598. 1925.
Institute of Psychical Research, Los Angeles. Address of Hamlin Garland. Typed carbon copy. 18 leaves. Recorded by a second person. 599.
Institute of Psychical Research, Los Angeles. Lecture by Hamlin Garland. Typed. 7 leaves. "Reported by Claire B. Christenson." 600. January 10, 1940.
Literary Fashions Old and New. An Address for the American Academy. [New York, a.Holograph. 21 leaves. b.Typed fair copy. 13 leaves. c.Typed carbon copy. 17 leaves. 606. 1938.]
The Lure of the City. a.Typed carbon copy. 5 leaves. b.Fragment. Typed. 2 leaves. 607.
MacDowell, Edward. Notes for an address. a.Holograph. 5 leaves. b.Holograph. 2 leaves. c.Holograph. 3 leaves. 609.
MacDowell, Edward. Text of an address. a.Typed. 26 leaves. b.Typed, with carbon copy. 18 leaves each. 610.
Mark Twain. a.Fragments of lectures. Holograph. 16 leaves. b.Notes. Typed, with carbon copy. 2 leaves each. 611.
Memories of the Middle Border. a.Outline. Holograph. 4 leaves. b.Outline. Holograph. 1 folded leaf (2p.). c.Fragment. Typed. 5 leaves. d.Fragment. Typed. 8 leaves (2-9). 613.
My Neighbor, Theodore Roosevelt, An Address (Outline). Typed. 2 folded leaves (3p.). With holograph notes on verso headed "Address to Navy men." 618.
My Younger Contemporaries (Notes for an address). a.Holograph. 2 leaves. b.Holograph. 2 leaves. 620.
The Personality of Edward MacDowell. a.Notes for an address. Typed. 5 leaves. b.Notes for an address. Holograph. 7 leaves. With printed program of exercises in honor of Edward MacDowell at University of Illinois, c.Fragmentary notes. Holograph. 629. Nov. 4 and 5, 1907.
The Radio Medal of the American Academy. a.Holograph. 20 leaves. b.Typed carbon copy. 13 leaves. 638.
Readings. Selections from Hamlin Garland's published works, many adapted for oral presentation. Includes passages from Boy Life on the Prairie, Main-Travelled Roads, Other Main-Travelled Roads, They of the High Trails, Her Mountain Lover, Prairie Folks, Hesper, and the Middle Border series. Typed, and detached printed pages, some mounted. c. 639.
The Red Pioneer (Outline of an address). a.Fragment. Holograph. 8 leaves. b.Holograph. 6 leaves. c.Holograph. 2 folded leaves (5p.). d.Holograph. 1 card. 640.
To the Women of Iowa. Radio Address. a.Typed. 8 leaves. b.Fragment. Holograph and typed. 6 leaves. 650.
Trail-Makers of the Middle Border. a.Outline of an address. Holograph. 2 folded leaves (3p.). b.Notes for an address at Orono, Me. Holograph. 3 leaves. 652.
University of Chicago, Notes of an Address at. Given to a campus poetry club. a.Typed. 4 leaves. b.Fragment. Holograph. 6 leaves. 654.
Whitman and Lincoln. a.Holograph. 12 leaves. b.Typed. 5 leaves. 662.
"Young friends of Iowa-" Radio address for Iowa Day. [193-.] a.Holograph and typed. 26 leaves. b.Fragments. Holograph and typed. 9 leaves. 664.
X. Personal Records
A. Records of Writing and Lecturing
Lists of Garlandiana. 667.
Notes on books. 668.
Publishers' records, etc. 669.
i. Grosset & Dunlap. Royalty statement for Hesper. [n.d.]
m. The Rotarian.Voucher, 1938.
n. F. J. Schulte & Co. Agreement for A Member of the Third House, 1892.
B. Business Records
Real estate papers. 672.
f.Osage, Iowa: Tax bill for a Garland cemetery lot, with reply. 1938.
Wills, probate records, etc. 676.
c.Will of Zulime Taft Garland. 1915.
Klondike papers. 677.
a.Burton Babcock's grubstake agreement. 1897.
C. Club and Society Records.
American Academy of Arts and Letters (and National Institute of Arts and Letters). 683.
g.Minutes of meetings, Board of Directors of the Academy, Typed carbon copy in looseleaf notebook. Oct. 5, 1923-Oct. 14, 1932.
h.Resolution favoring abolition of tariff on works of art. 1907.
American Authors Fund. Report on finances. 684. 1916.
American Civic Alliance. List of officers-elect. 685. n.d.
The Century Association, New York.Notice of dues. 686. 1933.
Chicago Theatre Society. 687.
a.Contract form for production companies (blank).
Cliff Dwellers, Chicago. 688.
c.Guest membership card. 1914.
d.Inventory of furniture in quarters. n.d.
First Independent Theatre Association, Boston. 690.
a."In the interests of an Independent American Theatre-" (Invitation to a meeting). Printed card. 1891.
c.Prospectus of the First Independent Theatre Association. Printed leaflet. 1891.
International Mark Twain Society. Certificate of membership. 691. 1927.
MacDowell Club of New York. 693.
b.List of members. Printed booklet. 1932.
c.Proposal for membership. n.d.
MacDowell Colony League of Southern California. Membership list for Printed leaf. 694. 1936.
New England Society in the City of New York. Certificate of membership. 697. 1926.
P.E.N. Club. Printed leaflet. 698. 1922.
Phi Beta Kappa. Epsilon Chapter. University of Southern California. Notice of election to membership. 699. 1936.
Roosevelt Memorial Association. 701.
b.Certificate acknowledging Garland's gift of a Roosevelt portrait to the Association. 1922.
The Tolstoy Society. Printed broadside. 703. 1928[?].
Town Hall Club, New York. 704.
a.Charter members. Printed pamphlet. 1921.
b.Constitution and by-laws, Proposed. Printed booklet, with letter of transmittal. 1920.
d.Statement of Executive Committee. Printed broadside. 1921.
Turck Foundation for Biological Research. 705.
b. Bulletin,v. 1, no. 1. 18p. No more published. [1926.]
h. Henri Hartmann. The Biological Reactions of Tissue Extracts (Cytost) in the Production of Acute and Chronic Disease (Work of Fenton B. Turck of New York). Typed fair copy. 6 leaves. From Bulletin de l'Academie de Medecine.
i.Fenton B. Turck papers. (Edited by Hamlin Garland.)
i.Agents Which Excite Cell Metabolism. The Mechanism of Specific Stimulation. Typed unrev. carbon copy. 8 leaves. Title is crossed out, with notation "Wrong title."
A. Personal Mementos and Souvenirs
Biographical materials. 707.
a.Hamlin Garland (Biographical note). Mimeographed. 1 leaf. 15 copies, 1 being rev. by hand and marked "Issued by the American Academy." [c.1920.] [c.1922]
b. National Cyclopedia of American Biography.Sketch of Hamlin Garland, written by Garland. Typed carbon copy. 4 leaves. With letter of transmittal from George Derby and Garland's carbon copy reply. 1937.
d.Hamlin Garland, Dean of American Letters. Motion picture continuity. Typed. 2 leaves. With printed broadside advertisement. 1937.
Genealogical records. 708.
d.Genealogy showing connection of Hamlin Garland with Hayes family. Typed. 3 leaves. With letter of transmittal from Katharine F. Richmond (Mrs. Carl A. Richmond). 1934.
Cedar Valley Seminary mementos. 709.
e.Cedar Valley Seminarian,v.1, no.1-v.4, no.1 (June, 1878-June, 1881).
Letters of recommendation and introduction. 710.
a.James H. Defrees. Appointing Garland envoy of Chicago Association of Commerce to the Pageant and Masque of St. Louis. 1914.
b.Prof. Kern, Principal, Normal Dept., Morris Normal and Scientific School, Morris, Ill. Recommending Garland as a school teacher. Holograph copy in Garland's hand. Nov. 30, 1882.
c.Ed. M. Rands, County Supt. of Schools, Mitchell County, Iowa. Citing Garland's qualifications as a teacher. Sept. 12, 1881.
d.Clifford Sifton, Minister of the Interior, Canada. Introducing Garland to Canadian officials. 1898.
Miscellaneous personal mementos. 711.
a.Students' round robin letter of appreciation of Garland's lectures at Boston School of Oratory, 1890.
b.Certificate of appointment as delegate to Irrigation Conference at Denver, 1914.
c.Printed program of Grant dramatization dedicated to Garland, St. Charles Community High School, 1928.
d.Invitation and menu, Garland's 73rd birthday dinner, Los Angeles, 1933.
e.Certificate for distinguished service to California College in China, 1939.
f.Order of Bookfellows plan for observing Garland's 80th birthday, Printed broadside. 1940.
Family mementos. 712.
a.Richard H. Garland. State of Wisconsin's certificate of Civil War service, photostat of volunteer enlistment, autograph book of silver wedding anniversary, containing a poem "West!" [by Hamlin Garland?]; assessment notice, pocket notebook, 1920; 1863; 1881, 1901; 1910.
e.S. M. Bailey. Pocket notebook of diary and accounts, 1899-1905.
f.Richard Bailey. Certificate of Civil War Service. State of Maine. 1868.
Personal mementos (Objects). School slate, with carved initials R.H.G., H.H.G., etc.; Garland's Sage Library card, Osage, Iowa, metal cut and proof of bookplate; 6 wallets and billfolds; 6 membership cards, calling cards, or cards of introduction; 11 envelopes addressed to Garland; final mementos; miscellany, 715. [c.1880];
Hamlin Garland photographs, individual and group. 716.
b.With Franklin Garland, c.1875.
c.With Cedar Valley Seminary student body, c.1879.
d.With Cedar Valley Seminary graduating class, 1881.
e.With James Whitcomb Riley and E. Eitel, 1893.
f.In crowd watching Walpi snake dance, 1896.
g.With Henry B. Fuller and Zulime and Mary Isabel Garland, c.1903.
h.With forest ranger, 1907.
i.With Mary Isabel, 1907.
j.Mounted on horseback, escorted by a cavalryman, on the Crow Indian Reservation, 1909.
k.With Arnold Bennett, 1910's.
l.With Cliff Dwellers' Board of Directors, 1911.
m.With Charles Francis Browne at Cliff Dwellers, c.1911.
n.At the Cliff Dwellers, with four members, 1912.
o.With an assemblage of Iowa authors, 1914.
r.Hamlin Garland and Irving Bacheller families, 1920's.
t.With Nicholas Murray Butler and Lorado Taft, 1924.
u.Presenting the Howells Medal to Mary Wilkins Freeman, 1926.
v.With the American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1927.
w.With Irving Bacheller, 1930's.
x.With John Hodgdon Bradley, 1930's.
y.Receiving an honorary degree, c.1930's.
dd.With Constance Garland, 1935.
ee.With Julian Hawthorne and Paul Jordan-Smith, 1936.
ff.In his living room with Mrs. Garland, 1936.
hh.With Chinese consul and A. J. Beaman, 1938.
ii.With University of Southern California faculty members, 1938.
Family photographs. 717.
b.Isabelle (McClintock) Garland, 1861-62.
c.Harriet Garland, n.d.
g.Zulime and Mary Isabel Garland, 1903.
Photographs of Hamlin Garland's homes and haunts. 719.
a.Green's Coulee, Wis. 3 photographs and a reproduction of a painting.
b.Dry Run Prairie, Mitchell County, S. D. 4 photographs and 8 negatives.
d.Ordway, S. D., homestead.
f.Onteora, N. Y. Photograph of Camp Neshonoc and reproduction of drawing.
g.Los Angeles. 2 photographs of home.
Photographs of persons, chiefly friends, and their homes. 720.
a.Irving Bacheller: Snapshot of home, with Mr. and Mrs. Bacheller.
b. SirJames M. Barrie: Inscribed photographic portrait; post card of Stanway House.
c.Van Wyck Brooks: Snapshot, snapshot of home at Westport, Conn., 1934; 1934.
e.Frank M. Chapman: Snapshot, 1929.
f.Howard Claney: Reproduction of portrait drawing by Eggleston.
h.Joseph Conrad: Autographed photographic portrait, snapshot of home. 1922;
i.Dr. Hiram Cross: Snapshot in carriage.
j.Arthur Conan Doyle: Mounted photographic portrait.
k.Edward Eggleston: American Academy reprints of photographic and painted portraits.
l.John J. Ennecking: Photographic portrait.
m.Dorothy Canfield Fisher: Photographic portrait.
n.Benjamin O. Flower: Signed photographic portrait.
o.Mary E. Wilkins Freeman: Print of photographic portrait.
p.Robert Frost: 2 snapshots, snapshots of home and daughter's cottage, South Shraftsbury, Vt., 1929; 1929.
q.Henry Blake Fuller: Photographic portrait, with negative and 2 enlargements; 2 snapshots with the Ralph Clarkson's, c.1908.
r.Zona Gale: Photograph of her study in Portage, Wis., home.
s.Henry George: Clipped reproduction of a portrait by H. T. See.
t.William Gillette: 3 photographs of his home "Seven Sisters," 1928.
u.Edmund Gosse: Inscribed photographic portrait.
v.Ulysses S. Grant: Etching by James Fagan.
w.James A. Herne: Autographed photographic portrait; four scenes from a play, with Katharine Herne.
x.Maurice Hewlett: 4 photographs of his home.
y.Chester Holway: Snapshot, inscribed, 1939.
z.William Dean Howells: Oil portrait on canvas, probably by Constance Garland; mounted photographic portrait, inscribed, 4 leaves of photographs of Howells exhibit at American Academy; reprints and clippings of 9 photographs of Howells and his home. 1910;
aa.Henry James: Photographic portrait, signed; photograph of the John Singer Sargent portrait.
bb.Edward Kemeys: Snapshot, with wildcat.
cc.Harry Pratt Judson: Autographed photographic portrait, 1902[?].
dd.Rudyard Kipling: Autographed photographic portrait.
ee.Joseph C. Lincoln: Publisher's print of photographic portrait.
ff.Nicholas Vachel Lindsay: Publisher's print of photographic portrait.
gg.Charles F. Lummis: Photographic print, inscribed, 1921.
hh.George Barr McCutcheon: Inscribed photographic portrait, 1906.
ii.Edward MacDowell: American Academy exhibit, 4 leaves of photographs; photograph of home, Hillcrest, 1929.
jj.Frederick MacMonnies: Snapshots of home and garden at Giverny, France.
kk.Edwin Markham: Photograph of bust.
ll.Christopher Robin Milne (son of A. A. Milne): Photographic portrait.
mm.William Vaughn Moody: 2 photographic portraits, 1 by Sarony.
nn.Honore W. Morrow: Publisher's prints of photographic portrait and portrait drawing.
oo.John Muir: 2 prints of photographs by Charles F. Lummis, cop. 1901.
pp.Frank Norris: Photographic portrait; inscribed photograph, seated at desk, 1902.
qq. SirGilbert Parker: Print of photographic portrait.
rr.James Whitcomb Riley: American Academy photoprints of tomb and interior of Lockerbie house; post card of John Singer Sargent portrait; clipped photographic portrait.
ss.Edwin Arlington Robinson: Publisher's print of photographic portrait.
tt.Theodore Roosevelt: Engraved portrait on Japanese vellum for Empire State Society, No. 97 of 100; 2 prints, cop. by Mentor Association; clipping of Roosevelt medallion by Victor C. Brenner. 1920
uu.John Singer Sargent: Snapshot, at wheel of an automobile.
vv.George Bernard Shaw: Studio portrait, inscribed [189-?]; 4 snapshots, passport photograph, inscribed, print of photographic portrait by Lizzie Caswall Smith; 5 photographs of Press Photographic Agency [192-?]. 1899; c.1918;
ww.Oshawani Singh, Maharajah of Jhalawar:Photograph portrait, inscribed, 1922.
xx.Edmund J. Stedman: Clipping of photographic portrait.
yy.Mark Sullivan: Harris & Ewing photographic portrait.
zz.Lorado Taft: Photograph of parental home, with family on porch, photographic portrait, probably of Mrs. Taft; clipping and brochure. 1873;
aaa.Booth Tarkington: American Academy photoprints of Tarkington and his home.
bbb.Gen. Jeff W. Thompson: Portrait on post card.
ccc.Willard Wattles: Photographic portrait, inscribed, 1918.
ddd.Edith Wharton: Mounted photographic portrait; photograph of portrait by Edward Jones.
eee.Stewart Edward White: Photographic portrait, inscribed.
fff.William Allen White: Photographic portraits, inscribed, and autographed, with Mrs. White before home, inscribed, 1932, n.d.; 1936.
ggg.Walt Whitman: clipped portrait.
hhh.Fanny Bloomfield Zeigler: photographic portrait.
Western photographs. 721.
b.U.S. Forest Service. Photostatic Copies of Photographs, District I, Missoula, Mont. Forest service activities. 30 mounted photographs in book. [c.1912.]
c.Scenes of Crow and Flathead Indian Reservations, Montana, taken by George and Flora Seymour, 28 mounted photographs in book. 1923.
Miscellaneous photographs and art work. 722.
c.Photographs of sculpture: Frederick MacMonnies, 10 photographs; Lorado Taft, 14 photographs.
f.Three sketches for the Middle Border books, by Constance Garland.
k.Snapshot album, source unknown. [c.1910's.]
Clippings, brochures, readers' reports, posters, etc. about Hamlin Garland's writings. 724.
Clippings about Hamlin Garland. 725.
D. Manuscripts of Others
Anderson, William H. 728.
Avalon, Marjorie. To Hamlin Garland, Chronicler of the Middle Border (Sonnet). Typed. 1 leaf. "Written by a 17-year-old school girl"-Garland note. 729.
Bacheller, Irving. 730.
Bradley, John Hodgdon. 734.
Burroughs, John. 735.
Culbertson, Grace. Christmas Star (Sonnet). Typed fair copy. 1 leaf. "Copied for Hamlin Garland, Christmas, 1937." 737.
Drachmann, Holger. A Conversation between Hamlin Garland and Holger Drachmann, Being a Translation [by Rasmus Herlov] of the Last Lines of Chapter XV and Chapters XVI and XVII of the Third Book of "The Sacred Fire, Pictures and Visions," Copenhagen, Holograph. 23 pages bound together. 740. 1899.
Farran, Don. 743.
Field, Eugene. "A bird upon a holly spray-" (Poem). Illuminated holograph. 1 leaf. "Original draft." 746. 1893.
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