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Thu Oct 16 18:02:11 2014 UTClccn-nr970396040.00A choral fantasia opus 51 /0.571.00Papers of Zona Gale,90770523nr 970396044516132lccn-n83317515Burlingame, Edward L.(Edward Livermore)1848-1922edtlccn-no00063587Logan, Harlanedtlccn-n79103792Kipling, Rudyard1865-1936lccn-n85184562Attwood, Francis Gilbert1856-1900lccn-n87828858Sterner, Albert1863-1946lccn-n50034980Herford, Oliver1863-1935lccn-n50009381Binyon, Laurence1869-1943lccn-n80035884Keats, John1795-1821lccn-n93019014Shepperson, Claude A.(Claude Allin)1867-1921np-dashiell, alfred$1901Dashiell, Alfred1901-Bridges, Robert1858-1941Records and correspondenceCriticism, interpretation, etcPeriodicalsSourcesPoetryPortraitsMusical settingsAutographsBiographyHistoryEnglish poetryKeats, John,Hopkins, Gerard Manley,American periodicalsBridges, Robert,Hopkins, Gerard Manley,FriendshipEnglish literaturePoetryGarrod, H. W.--(Heathcote William),Poets, EnglishKipling, Rudyard,Forman, H. Buxton--(Harry Buxton),LiteratureParodiesGonzaga UniversityRoosevelt, Theodore,United StatesPoems (Keats, John)CivilizationSocial historyAmerican literatureBridges, Robert,Books and readingBookbindingMilnes, Richard Monckton,--Baron Houghton,Wilson, Woodrow,MacKenzie, Norman HGardner, W. H.--(William Henry),Lowell, James Russell,RomanticismCantatas, SacredChristmas musicChoruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with orchestra--ScoresChoruses, Sacred (Men's voices, 4 parts), UnaccompaniedLindsay, Vachel,Hodgson, Ralph,Hymns, EnglishAuthors, EnglishEnglish poetry--Catholic authorsAuthors and publishersPublishers and publishingMcCormick, Harriet Hammond,AnthemsEnglish dramaPoetry--Catholic authorsEnglish literature--Catholic authorsEnglish fictionEditorsChoruses, Sacred (Men's voices), Unaccompanied185819411890189418951897190219091914191619191924192519271928194019601964197019711975197719275799821.8PR4830ocn564269220ocn781136989ocn852727344ocn875362395ocn86553153811006ocn001590821serial0.39Scribner's magazinePeriodicalsSources34020ocn002181749book18940.86Bridges, RobertOverheard in Arcady2089ocn005266601book18950.82Bridges, RobertSuppressed chapters and other bookishnessCriticism, interpretation, etc1223ocn002904707book19020.84Bridges, RobertBramble Brae [poems]603ocn002854233book19160.56Keats, JohnPoetical worksCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyAutographsPoetryPortraitsRecords and correspondenceTHE POEMS AND NUMEROUS LETTERS TO FELLOW POETS AND FRIENDS ARE ACCOMPANIED BY BIOGRAPHICAL AND TEXTUAL NOTES264ocn016474572book19190.92Bridges, RobertTheodore Roosevelt as author and contributor103ocn002794122book19240.97Bridges, RobertWoodrow Wilson, a personal tribute51ocn225584322book19400.33Hopkins, Gerard ManleyThe poems of Gerard Manley HopkinsCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryRecords and correspondenceBiographical and critical essays supplement all of Hopkins' finished and fragmentary works31ocn781136989score1977Holst, GustavA choral fantasia opus 5131ocn010655191book18900.92Bridges, RobertThe Monterey wedding, or, the overland voyage of the "Celtic" : a lyricated history in two acts and four scenes, with interludes from the diary of one of the party21ocn852727344book19600.59Ritz, Jean GeorgesRobert Bridges and Gerard Hopkins, 1863-1889; a literary friendship22ocn647874662book1.00Gale, ZonaPapers of Zona GalePortraitsCollection also contains a one-page manuscript fragment of "Miss Lulu Bennett," a photograph of Zona Gale, and a presentation slip to Mary Johnston21ocn012783975art18950.47Bridges, RobertF. Marion Crawford21ocn875362395score20120.63Finzi, GeraldIn terra pax : op. 39 : Christmas scene for soprano & baritone soli, chorus & orchestraMusical settings11ocn030793292mix1.00Janvier, Thomas APapers of Thomas Allibone JanvierPortraitsLetters to Richard Watson Gilder and Robert Underwood Johnson concern articles he is writing for "The century," particularly one on Christmas customs in Provence. Letters to Charles Warren Stoddard discuss a new edition of the latter's "South-Sea Idyls." Other letters to friends and publishers mention current work and activities including an invitation to the Aldine Club11ocn647812908mix1.00Marquis, DonPapers of Don MarquisThe papers contain manuscripts for fifteen stories, plays, poems, and an outline. Letters to various publishers, editors, writers, actors, and directors chiefly concern Marquis's creative endeavors. He solicits the opinions of Robert Bridges, Vincent McCafferty and William Lingel on several pieces. In other letters Marquis encourages young writers, describing the influence of his journalism career and giving advice on marketing poetry. He explains why the "Evening Sun" dismissed H.L. Pangborn and regrets his failure to review Christopher Morley's "Shandygaff". Personal letters convey news of family, finances and health and ideas for novels11ocn051282324mix1.00Breasted, James HenryLetters to Robert BridgesThree of the letters include carbon copies of Bridges' replies which include suggestions for shortening the article11ocn647907323mix1.00Hemingway, ErnestErnest Hemingway papersHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPhotographsPortraitsPersonal narratives AmericanMotion picturesTwo letters to bookseller Paul Romaine give permission to reprint a poem in "Salmagundi," respond angrily to Romaine's suggestion that he stop writing about the lost generation and bulls and comment on Thornton Wilder, John Dos Passos, Victor Hugo, Emile Zola, Gustave Flaubert and Stendhal11ocn647814585mix1.00Stallings, LaurencePapers of Laurence StallingsCorrespondence with Robert Bridges regards Stallings' literary contributions to a "Scribner's" series on World War I, and Helen P. Stallings poems submitted to the magazine. There are also galley proofs with autograph corrections of Stallings' reviews of "Pylon" by William Faulkner, "Personal history" by Vincent Sheean, "Things to live for" by Francis Stuart, and "Moscow carrousel" by Eugene Lyons11ocn085007379score19640.86Bourgeois, LouisTwo evening hymns31ocn488636304book19700.79Gordon, George StuartRobert BridgesCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn647985489mix1.00Reynolds, JamesItems chiefly connected with James ReynoldsPhotographsCollection of miscellaneous items relating to James Reynolds, largely letters and postcards. Included are a postcard to Anna Barringer from Jack and Harriet, a cameo brooch and a photograph of Robert Bridges autographed to Anna Barringer, 192511ocn747426653art19140.10Bridges, Robert: editor, authorBiography11ocn647829513mix1.00Hillyer, RobertPapers of Robert HillyerBook reviewsHe mentions journals "The lyric," "Mercury," "Atlantic monthly," the "New Yorker" and the "Saturday review of literature." Other topics include Indiana University, the Harvard Club, the F.B.I., Robert Bridges, Max Beerbohm's "The happy hypocrite," Ted Weeks, Daniel Gregory Mason, Alfred A. Knopf, Charles Dana Gibson, and the difficulty in getting publishers for his work11ocn702147992bks1.00Smith, BernhardBernhard Smith collection of letters regarding "The children's moon and other poems"Collection of 21 ALS, 1 ANS, 2 ACS, and 2 TLS from various authors in response to Smith's sending them inscribed copies of his book, "The Children's moon and other poems." Included is a copy of the book that contains holograph revisions. The collection also includes one two-page typed document that extracts quotations from the letters11ocn153954522art19090.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamBridges, Robert11ocn057526206art19090.10Robert BridgesBiography11ocn051610799mix18971.00Bridges, RobertLetter to Stewart Edward WhiteBridges comments on White's "Peaceful adventures of a tenderfoot," which he rejects for publication. A clipped obituary of Bridges is included11ocn070979830file1.00Roosevelt, TheodoreTheodore Roosevelt papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, diaries, speeches, articles, executive orders, family papers, press releases and proclamations, scrapbooks, and other material relating to the political, social, and cultural history of Roosevelt's life and presidency. Documents Roosevelt's service as U.S. civil service commissioner, New York City police commissioner, governor of New York, and vice president and president of the United States as well as his career after leaving the White House. Among the family papers are letters and memorabilia of his sons, Archibald B. Roosevelt and Quentin Roosevelt, and other family members11ocn647897551mix19281.00Boyd, ThomasCorrespondence with Robert BridgesBiographyRecords and correspondenceCollection includes two letters from Thomas Boyd to Robert Bridges, in which Boyd discusses the possibility of publishing several excerpts from his book Mad Anthony Wayne (1929) and comments on the personality of Wayne. Also 2 carbons of letters from Bridges to Boyd11ocn013802474mix1.00Morgan (Family :Morgan family papersHistoryThese are the personal and business papers of the family of Calvin Cogswell MorganThu Oct 16 15:18:25 EDT 2014batch18143