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Guide to the Clarence Urmy Collection, 1900-1923
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  • Descriptive Summary
  • Administrative Information
  • Access Points
  • Contents
  • Biography
  • Correspondents
  • Material Transferred from the Collection

  • Descriptive Summary

    Title: Clarence Urmy Collection,
    Date (inclusive): 1900-1923
    Box Number: 456-469
    Creator: Urmy, Clarence Thomas, 1858-1923
    Extent: 14 boxes
    Repository: California State Library
    Sacramento, California
    Language: English.

    Administrative Information

    Access

    Unrestricted.

    Conditions of Use

    Please credit California State Library.

    Publication Rights

    Copyright has not been assigned to California State Library. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing. Permission for publication is given on behalf of California State Library 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 by the reader.

    Preferred Citation

    [Identification of item], Clarence Urmy Collection, California State Library.

    Access Points

    Urmy, Clarence Thomas, 1858-1923
    Theater--California--San Jose
    Poets, American--California

    Contents

    The collection includes theatrical and musical announcements and programs and Urmy=s reviews for the period for 1910 through 1922 for works performed at San Jose=s Victory Theatre; also letters on personal and literary concerns for the period from 1900 through 1923.

    Biography

    Clarence Urmy was a California poet born in San Francisco, July 10, 1858. He was educated at Napa College, and lived for most of his life in San Jose. He published three books of verse and used the pseudonym Feliz Jose. He was the drama cric for the San Jose Mercury and a teacher at San Jose Normal School. He was also the organist at Trinity Episcopal Church in San Jose. Urmy died June 2, 1923.

    Correspondents

    • A. C. McClurg & Co.
    • Acworth, Ruth Beard
    • Almy, C. M. [?]
    • Anthony, Sister
    • Applegate, Jean
    • Applegate, Leon
    • "Arch"
    • Arthur P. Schmidt Co.
    • Atlantic Monthly (Boston, Mass.: 1857)
    • Bachrodt, Walter L.
    • Balch, George
    • Balch, Madam
    • Barber, Mary D.
    • Barnhart, Harry
    • Beach, Mary M.
    • Beckman, Gertrude
    • Benet, William Rose, 1886-1950
    • Blake, Wesley C.
    • Book Club of California
    • Booker, A.
    • Boston Music Company
    • Bray, Nita B.
    • Brown, Edward
    • Bull, Jerome C.
    • Butler, Lori
    • Butterworth, Sydney H.
    • California Outlook, The
    • Carmen, Bliss, 1861-1929
    • Carson, Charles
    • Chaffin, Lucien G.
    • Challen, Victor Bruce
    • Christian Herald, The
    • Churchill, Edward A.
    • Clarke, Robert Coningsby
    • Clayton, [Ester}
    • [Coign], Sidney
    • Collister, E. [?]
    • Cooke, [Parker Francis]
    • Coolbrith, Ina D. (Ina Donna), 1842?-1928
    • Crissey, Paul
    • Cross, Evelyn F.
    • Curtis Publishing Company
    • D. Appleton & Co.
    • Davies, Acton
    • Davis, Chas.
    • DeKoven, Reginald, 1859-1920
    • Dennis, C. M.
    • "Dick"
    • Dickinson, Perry Y.
    • Dougherty, W. J.
    • Douglas, George
    • Doxey, William
    • Eastman, W.
    • Eaton, C. B.
    • Evans, David
    • Fast, F. R.
    • [Fickins], E. L.
    • Field, Charles
    • Fischer, Carl
    • [Fisher], M. M.
    • Foote, Eleanor E.
    • Franklin, Viola Price, 1855-
    • Fuller, Harvey E. (Mrs.)
    • G. & C. Merriam Company
    • Gardner, D. Charles (Rev.)
    • Gleason, Katherine
    • Goodrich, J. W.
    • Hall, Lizzie
    • Hamilton, Matthew
    • Harriman, Karl Edwin
    • "Harry"
    • Hausmann, Rosalie L.
    • Haywood, Frederick
    • Henry Holt & Co.
    • Holland, John J.
    • Holly F. M.
    • Holmes, Mary B.
    • Hopkins, Fred M.
    • Humphrey, Lucy H.
    • Hutchings, Charles L.
    • International Who's Who
    • [Jarboe], "Aunt" Mary
    • Johnson, R. N.
    • Jones, J. B. (Mrs.)
    • Kant, Louise
    • Kelley, Myrtle
    • Kemp, W. W.
    • Kerby, Frederick M.
    • Keyston, Garton Donald
    • Laciar, S. L.
    • Lehmaier, Louis
    • Lewis, Douglas
    • Little, E. P.
    • McDermott, Leila France, 1854-
    • McDougal
    • McLaughlin, Margaret S.
    • MacMillan Company
    • MacNalty, Ernest J.
    • McRoskey, Racine
    • Mann, Dorothea Lawrance
    • Marie, Cecile (Sister)
    • Mariney, Charles Amleyn
    • [Marklian ...?], A. C.
    • Marshman, Donald
    • Mighels, Ella Sterling, 1853-1934
    • Monahan, D. M.
    • Muden, G
    • Music Trades Co.
    • Neve, Frederick W.
    • Nichols, William F. (William Ford), 1849-1924
    • Nicholson, D. V.
    • Noble, Eugene A.
    • Nye, Edgar S.
    • Ogilive, Clarence E[arle]
    • Olinder, Gane
    • Parker, C. F. (Mrs.)
    • Paterson, Mary B.
    • Patterson, Alma M.
    • Paul Elder and Company
    • Perry, Roberta
    • Phillip, Charles
    • Porter, Anna
    • Price, Caroline
    • Purdy, Helen Throop
    • Randall, Edgar
    • Randolph, E.
    • "Raymond"
    • Rinaldo
    • Robertson, A. M.
    • Saiken, C.
    • Saint Luke's Rectory
    • Sanford, R. Willis.
    • Scholfield, Caroline A.
    • Schulze, A. (Miss)
    • Seares, Mabel Urmy
    • Seele, Fred M.
    • Simson, Claud H.
    • Smart Set, The
    • Sperry, Austin Willard
    • Sprague, H. M.
    • Sprague, Sarah
    • Stoddard, Edward
    • Sutherland, Howard Vigne
    • Thomas, Emma C.
    • Thomas, Henry, 1886-
    • Thomas, Harriette
    • Thomas, Paul
    • Thompson, Ruth
    • Thomson, Ralph
    • Titherington, R. H.
    • Turrill, Charles B. (Charles Beebe), 1854-1927
    • Unpopular Review, The
    • Urmy, Mabel
    • Urmy, William H.
    • Wagner, (Mr. & Mrs.) Chas.
    • Wagner, Harris
    • Wagner, Madge Morris, 1862-1924
    • Wakefield, Anne Whitney
    • Ward, Luther (Jr.)
    • Warren, F. D.
    • [Werlein], Halsey
    • Wilkinson, Marguerite
    • Willard, Lee
    • Williams, A. Dallas
    • Wilson, Susan
    • [Winter?], Lillian
    • Yolland, John L.
    • York, Francis L.
    • Youth's Companion

    Material Transferred from the Collection

    Photographs

    • Four photographs removed to picture collection.

    Scrapbook

    • Two theater programs.
    • One musical oratorio program.