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Fri Mar 21 17:07:08 2014 UTClccn-n880719850.00Poole, Ernest0.581.00A genuine Princeton literary tradition /18767628Ernest_Poolen 880719852484548lccn-n80079864Macmillan Companypbllccn-no00042460Keefer, Truman Fredericklccn-n79018108Brandeis, Louis Dembitz1856-1941lccn-n81109038Frontier Nursing Service, Inclccn-n2005062466Chura, Patrick1964-lccn-nr92030315Poole, Abrambddlccn-n85034574Merwin, Decie1894-1961illlccn-nr00015578Cornwall Pressprtnc-j j little & ives companyJ.J. Little & Ives Companyeltlccn-n2002075411Woody'sfmoPoole, Ernest1880-1950FictionHistoryBiographyDomestic fictionPoetryUnited StatesPoole, Ernest,BusinessEconomic historySocial historyRadicalism in literatureSocialismPeasantsSoviet UnionRadicalismLiteratureFamiliesManners and customsKentuckyRussiaFrontier Nursing Service, IncNursingNew York (State)--New YorkIllinois--ChicagoNew York (State)Appalachians (People)--Social life and customsUnited States--White Mountains (New Hampshire and Maine)Man-woman relationshipsIndustrial policyIndustriesIndustrial relationsBrandeis, Louis Dembitz,New York (State)--New York--BrooklynLabor unionsCapitalists and financiersSecurities industryStagecoachesParent and adult childHusband and wifeArchitectsDepressionsBrothersAppalachians (People)NursesPublic health nursingWorking classLaborRussia (Federation)Frost, Robert,BusinessmenFather and childWidowersShort stories, RussianTravelNew Hampshire18801950190019031904190519061907190819111914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371939194019411942194319451946194719491950195719581960196119661967196819701971197219731974197719791986198719931996199920042005200620072008200920102011827991341813.49PS3531.O53100143ocn001338038book19150.56Poole, ErnestThe harborFictionNew York Harbor as scene of labor unrest at the turn of the century+-+942773806632471016ocn060733827book19140.73Brandeis, Louis DembitzBusiness: a profession70829ocn002149257book19160.37Poole, ErnestHis familyFictionDomestic fictionHis Family tells the story of a middle class family in 1910s New York City+-+K55631443541213ocn001149640book19320.56Poole, ErnestNurses on horsebackHistory+-+248172899636516ocn002050195book19180.70Poole, ErnestThe village; Russian impressionsHistory3598ocn000558524book19430.37Poole, ErnestGiants gone; men who made ChicagoHistoryBiography3284ocn001304028book19460.37Poole, ErnestThe great White hills of New HampshireStudy of the history, people, traditions, and customs of the state of New Hampshire32510ocn000643191book19180.66Poole, Ernest"The dark people" : Russia's crisisHistory21011ocn003970484book19200.81Poole, ErnestBlind : a story of these timesBiography1864ocn750401423book20110.19Poole, ErnestThe harborFiction"For Billy, an aspiring writer struggling to reconcile his sympathy for the workingman with his middle-class allegiance to capitalist progress, the New York waterfront becomes a window on the world. There he bears witness to the explosive tensions between labor and capital, falling under the influence of two divergent mentors: Dillon, an accomplished engineer and friend of the establishment; and Kramer, who has forsaken every comfort to live in the slums and preach the gospel of unionism. When the Harbor erupts in violence, Billy must choose for himself which path to follow."--P. [4] of cover1723ocn001904988book19210.84Poole, ErnestBeggars' goldFiction1678ocn001510865book19230.84Poole, ErnestDanger1658ocn001196722book19270.81Poole, ErnestSilent stormsFiction1576ocn001510827book19240.79Poole, ErnestThe avalanche1546ocn001196453book19260.70Poole, ErnestWith eastern eyes1506ocn001193215book19490.37Poole, ErnestThe Nancy Flyer, a stagecoach epicFictionStep-son of a stage coach driver tells of the thrills of the road1503ocn000899845book19250.76Poole, ErnestThe hunter's moonPoetry1494ocn003529599book19220.84Poole, ErnestMillions1433ocn001196783book19330.79Poole, ErnestGreat windsFiction1255ocn002130062book19250.81Poole, ErnestThe little dark man : and other Russian sketchesFiction9519ocn000914203book19660.47Keefer, Truman FrederickErnest PooleCriticism, interpretation, etc3505ocn001517929book19400.59Poole, ErnestThe bridge; my own story21ocn464490764book19210.81Poole, ErnestBlind : a story of these timesBiography22ocn609200651book19680.92Penn, Susan AdlerErnest Poole : novelist as social interpreter, 1902-195011ocn045409039book19080.47Kelly, EdmondLetter 1908 May 6, [New York City] [to] Mr. [Edwin] Markham, [Staten Island]Edmond is starting a Liberal Club in New York. Steffens, Russell, Giddings, Poole, Merwin, Catchings and Brubaker have constituted themselves. Markham asks his letter on May 8, 1908 right on the same leter sent to him with a reply that he will be happy to join11ocn060375850art1999Poole, Ernest11ocn052306056book19601.00Arnold, Joseph LThe social philosophy of Ernest Poole11ocn070901302book19201.00Poole, ErnestErnest Poole letter to Harry OstrollRecords and correspondencePoole writes to Ostroll, 7 April 1920, on Foreign Press Service letterhead, declining an invitation to speak before his club, sayng, "I am no speaker and always decline such invitations."11ocn070244118mix19460.47Letters to Rabbi Solomon Goldman, Jan.-Sept. 1946Letters written in reply to Goldman's query "to the most representative men of letters, thinkers, artists, scientists, and statesmen," as to whether they have ever expressed themselves "on the Bible as literature, or source of ideas, or both." The correspondence formed part of Goldman's research for his work The book of books: an introduction. Included are several of Goldman's responses and several drafts11ocn031301713book19930.47Boylan, James RThe rise of Ernest Poole : the making of a social muckrakerBiography11ocn032136593mix1.00Poole, ErnestPapers of Ernest PoolePortraitsThe collection contains correspondence between Poole and John O'Hara Cosgrave, the editor of Everybody's Magazine, concerning stories for the magazine including one on the skyscrapers of New York City in 1908, the birth of Poole's sons, and a business proposition Poole does not have funds to join11ocn021386312book19611.00Keefer, Truman FrederickThe literary career and literary productions of Ernest Poole, American novelist11ocn051117766visu19501.00[Ernest Poole, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]11ocn041230212mix1.00Poole, ErnestErnest Poole papersPapers of author Ernest Poole (1880-1950) contain a draft, partly handwritten and partly typed with handwritten corrections, of his autobiographical novel, The Bridge (New York: 1940), and two typed copies of Poole's article, "Earnest Poole and His Work."11ocn020653573book19450.47Mickelson, John McCollA study of the novels of Ernest Poole11ocn034133734art19861.00Burt, NathanielA genuine Princeton literary tradition+-+K556314435+-+K556314435Fri Mar 21 15:25:08 EDT 2014batch21497