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Author: Charles Erskine Scott Wood
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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The contents of this collection consist primarily of photocopies of documents from the Huntington Library and Stanford Library. A sizable portion of the collection consists of personal and professional correspondence between C.E.S. Wood or Sara Bard Field and others. The collection also includes C.E.S Wood’s journals, excerpts from his autobiographies, and documents relating to Wood’s military and law career. These  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Account books
Broadsides
Certificates
Diaries
Letters (correspondence)
Poetry
Correspondence
Archives
Records and correspondence
Personal narratives
Named Person: Ernest Bloch; Cyril Clemens; Clarence Darrow; Sara Bard Field; Ezra Pound; Theodore Roosevelt; Olin Levi Warner; Charles Erskine Scott Wood
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Erskine Scott Wood
OCLC Number: 711967046
Description: 1.64 cubic feet (2 boxes and 2 oversize folders)

Abstract:

The contents of this collection consist primarily of photocopies of documents from the Huntington Library and Stanford Library. A sizable portion of the collection consists of personal and professional correspondence between C.E.S. Wood or Sara Bard Field and others. The collection also includes C.E.S Wood’s journals, excerpts from his autobiographies, and documents relating to Wood’s military and law career. These documents provide insight into Wood’s experience in the Bannock War, the treaty between the Bannocks and Shoshones, the Nez Perce campaign, and Chief Joseph’s surrender. Many samples of Wood’s published writing, including scripts, poems, and speeches are in this collection. Publications include “Circe: A Drama with a Prologue”, “A Beggar at the Gate”, “The Desert in Summer”, “Imperialism vs. Democracy”, and “The Poet in the Desert.” In addition, there are production handbills, book jackets, and letterpress proofs. The collection also includes miscellaneous documents spanning close to a century from Wood’s family members, such as a speech of Sara Bard Field, family event invitations, C.E.S. Wood’s memorial, and published materials of Erskine Wood. A brief story of Wood’s home life in Portland is told in “The Wood Household”, by Barbara Barlett Howell. Individuals represented in this collection include William Rose Benet, Ernest Bloch, Cyril Clemens, Anne Cobden-Sanderson, Clarence Darrow, Sara Bard Field, Barbara Barlett Hartwell, Max Hayek, David Erskine Honeyman, Harry Howard, Edward Lyman, H.L. Mencken, John and Molly O’Shea, Lute Pease, Ezra Pound, Theodore Roosevelt, Hendrik Willem van Loon, Olin L. Warner, Bruce Berwick Wood, Erskine Wood, Tom Carson Wood, and William Maxwell Wood.

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