WorldCat Identities

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

Overview
Works: 290 works in 293 publications in 1 language and 331 library holdings
Roles: Author, Compiler, Recipient
Classifications: PR4891.L2, 820.082
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works about Philip D Sherman
  • by Chester L Shaver( )
  • by Howell Wright( )
  • by W. B Yeats( )
  • Papers by Chester L Shaver( )
  • The Redjacket( Book )
 
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Most widely held works by Philip D Sherman
Patchwork by Frederick Locker-Lampson( Book )

3 editions published in 1927 in English and held by 40 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

by Philip D Sherman( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Includes letters to Sherman from distinguished persons, mostly English and American authors
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
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
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
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 Godfrey Locker Lampson( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

[1] 1926, August 19, Chesterfield [2 p. with envelope].--Discusses a picture by Kate Greenaway. [2] 1931, April 2, Rowfant, Crawley, Sussex [3 p. with envelope. Accompanied KMU154-155].--Presents his father's paintbox [KMU154] and card case [KMU155] to Sherman; now in Koopman Collection
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
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
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
London, to Philip D. Sherman, Oberlin, Ohio by Holbrook Jackson( )

1 edition published in 1922 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Answers inquiry about Ernest Dowson
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."
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
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
London by Austin Dobson( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

[5] 1885, November 6, to Walter Herries Pollock [1 l. with envelope].--Because he is writing about John Newbery, he asks permission "to notice this book." [6] 1886, February 15, to Walter Herries Pollock [1 l.].--Sends an article about Randolph Caldecott's books. [7] 1888, December 28, Ealing, England, to Clinton Scollard, London [1 l. with envelope].--Expresses hope for the future development of his poetry. [8] 1889, January 19, to Frank D. Sherman [2 l.]. With signed poem "When Finis comes" on same sheet. "Will this, on the other side, do?" [9] 1890, June 4, to Hamilton Wright Mabie [2 p.].--Will send article on Fielding's Journey to Lisbon. Asks his opinion on his issuing a small book containing similar essays. [10] 1894, January 22, to Mr. McIlvaine [1 l.].--Declines to write an essay for him. [11] 1894, December 31, to Frederick Locker-[Lampson] [2 p.].--He cannot add to what he has already written about him in Alfred Henry Miles's The Poets and the Poetry of the Century, vol. 5. [12] 1902, May 27, to Munson A. Havens, Cleveland, Ohio [1 l. with envelope].--"I trust the transcription on the other side is what you wish." [13] 1904, June 18, Ealing, England [2 p.].--"I do not feel qualified to undertake any volum[e]s in your series." [14] 1907, May 15 [2 p.]. A photograph of a portrait is included.--Sends a duplicate of a portrait to be included in his book
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
[Pictures: clippings of homes, scenes, etc., associated with English and American writers by Philip D Sherman( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

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
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]
 
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Alternative Names
Sherman, Philip Darrell

Sherman, Philip Darrell, 1881-1957

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