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Sherman, Philip D. (Philip Darrell) 1881-1957

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Works: 291 works in 293 publications in 1 language and 331 library holdings
Roles: Compiler, Recipient
Classifications: PR4891.L2,
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Patchwork. Second series by Frederick Locker-Lampson ( Book )
2 editions published in 1927 in English and held by 39 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
[Bibliographical clippings from dealers' catalogs by Philip D Sherman ( Book )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Ditchingham, England, to Philip D. Sherman by H. Rider Haggard ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
[1] 1912, September 13 [3 p.].--Tells him where he can obtain first editions of his books. Thanks him for his compliments about his books. [2] 1922, August 11 [8 p. with an envelope and a photograph].--States that the character Umslopogaas in the Allen Quatermain books was a real man. He describes him and sends Sherman a photograph of Umslopogaas
England, to Philip D. Sherman, Oberlin, Ohio by John Galsworthy ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
[1] 1916, July 19, Manaton, England [2 p. with envelope].--Answers inquiry about William Henry Hudson. [2] 1920, August 2, London [2 p. with envelope and signed photograph].--Gives William Henry Hudson's address and comments "He is never robust now alas."
Letter, Chelsea, England, to Philip Darrell Sherman by Augustine Birrell ( )
1 edition published in 1921 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
With ANS, dated June 1921(?), about Charles Lamb
Williamstown, Mass., to Philip D. Sherman by Lucy Eugenia Osborne ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
[1] 1934, April 17 [1 l.].--Thanks Sherman for note and cards. Is sending him four of ten Reports issued by her at the Chapin Library. [2] 1945, September 25 [1 l.].--Congratulates Sherman on gift of Koopman collection to Brown University. Sends address of Dorothy Payne
London, to Philip D. Sherman by J Philson ( )
1 edition published in 1912 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
A member of the British Museum's Department of Manuscripts authenticates signatures in three of Sherman's books, namely: those of Lord Burghley, Sir Kenelm Digby and Richard Bently
London, to Philip D. Sherman, Oberlin, Ohio by Gilbert Dalziel ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
[1] 1920, September 6 [2 p. with envelope].--He has and will sell collectors' items regarding his father Edward Dalziel and his firm, including some rare engravers' proofs. [2] 1921, August 23 [2 p.].--Sends him three books and thirty-three "items" of "autographic material." [3] 1923, July 10 [4 p. with envelope].--Discusses an exhibition of black and white designs, and some "sixties" India Proofs he is sending, and encloses a letter by Ford Madox Brown. [4] 1923, September 25 [2 p. with envelope].--Sends him some autographs, a letter and a photograph. [5] 1924, January 12 [2 p. with envelope].--Thanks him for the "Relic" of "R.L.S.," and sends him a photograph of his father Edward Dalziel with six "Engravers' Burnished India-Proofs."
London, to Philip D. Sherman, Oberlin, Ohio by F. W Bain ( )
1 edition published in 1915 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
[1] 1915, June 8 [2 p. with envelope].--He will send Sherman a copy of a new edition of one of his books, inscribed. [2] 1915, July 12 [1 l. with envelope].--Answers inquiry about the originality of his Hindu stories
Evanston, Ill., Pasadena, Calif., etc., to Philip D. Sherman by Robert Grant Martin ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
[1] 1910, September 25, London [9 p.]. [2] 1910, December 3, London [9 p. with envelope]. [3] 1916, February 28, Evanston [1 l.]. [4] 1917, November 15, Evanston [4 p.]. [5] 1917, December 30, Evanston [4 p. with envelope]. [6] 1921, January 12, Evanston [4 p.]. [7] 1922, April 10, Evanston [2 p. with envelope]. [8] 1922, December 28, Evanston [3 p. with envelope]. [9] 1923, February 15, Evanston [4 p. with envelope]. [10] 1923, March 18, Evanston [6 p. with envelope]. [11] 1923, April 8, Evanston [1 l.]. [12] 1923, April 15, Evanston [6 p. with envelope]. [13] 1923, September 16, Evanston [3 p. with envelope]. [14] 1923, November 4, Redlands, Calif. [4 p. with envelope]. [15] 1923, December 19, Redlands [postcard]. [16] 1924, March 31, Redlands [4 p. with envelope]. [17] 1925, May 22, Pasadena [4 p. with envelope]. [18] 1929, October 27, Pasadena [3 p. with envelope]. [19] 1925, December 15, Pasadena [4 p. with envelope]. [20] 1926, January 7, Pasadena [4 p. with envelope]. [21] 1927, September 17, Pasadena [4 p. with envelope]. [22] 1928, January 1, Pasadena [4 p. with envelope]. [23] 1928, June 21, Pasadena [4 p. with envelope]. [24] 1928, December 28, Pasadena [6 p.]. [25] 1929, April 28, Pasadena [7 p. with envelope]. [26] 1929, July 21, Pasadena [6 p. with envelope]. [27] 1929, December 22, Pasadena [2 p. with envelope]. [28] 1930, December, Pasadena [2 p. with envelope]
The golden age of engraving. The history of wood engraving by Philip D Sherman ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Killiney, Ireland, to Philip D. Sherman by George A Birmingham ( )
1 edition published in 1915 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Discusses his interpretation of the Irish national and literary character. Refers to J.M. Synge and W.B. Yeats
Stroud, England, to P[hilip] D. Sherman by William Rothenstein ( )
1 edition published in 1916 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Answers inquiry about "the lithographed drawing of George Gissing." He sends a proof
London, to Philip D. Sherman by George Moore ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
[1] 1915, July 28 [TLS. 1 l.].--He will be pleased to lecture at Oberlin and suggests the New Testament as his topic. [2] 1916, May 1 [AMsS. 1 l.].--Quotation from Celibates. [3] 1919, October 1 [TLS. 1 l.].--Gives reasons why he does not want to lecture in America. [4] 1920, April 14 [TLS. 2 p. with envelope].--Answers inquiry about his books. Comments on his own interpretation of Ireland as compared with William Butler Yeats and George A. Birmingham
Keighley, England, to [Philip D. Sherman] by George Alfred Elson ( )
1 edition published in 1921 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Sends heather and holly and a picture postcard of Haworth Rectory. Discusses the Rectory
London, to Philip D. Sherman, Oberlin, Ohio by Oliver Locker Lampson ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
[1] 1921, December 22 [2 l.].--Sends him some articles he wrote about his father, Frederick Locker-Lampson. [2] 1925, November 25 [1 l. with envelope].--He is thinking of having a booklet he wrote about his father privately printed and giving copies to the members of the Rowfant club
England, to Philip D. Sherman, Oberlin, Ohio by Andrew Lang ( )
1 edition published in 1910 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Replies to his questions regarding the Lockhart family
Cambridge, England, to Philip D. Sherman, Oberlin, Ohio by Bruce Rogers ( )
1 edition published in 1919 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Gives information about the Doves type
England, to P[hilip] D Sherman by Edmund Blunden ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
[1] 1924, January 8, Suffolk [1 l. with an envelope].--Thanks him for the "Stevensonian fern" and sends his autograph as requested. [2] 1929, February 20, London [2 p.].--He has given his Clare papers to Mrs. Anne Tibble which explains why there is a delay in his writing a book about John Clare. [3] 1931, March 24, Yalding [2 p. with envelope].--Answers inquiry about mementos of Leigh Hunt. Gives information about Barron Field. Discusses the Elian Society and its secretary F.A. Downing and outstanding member Augustine Birrell
 
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Alternative Names
Sherman, Philip Darrell
Sherman, Philip Darrell, 1881-1957
Languages
English (29)