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Clarence Urmy papers, 1878-1936.

Author: Clarence Thomas Urmy
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Boxes 1 and 2 and 3 include correspondence concerning Urmy's work, letters to and from his sister Mabel (Urmy) Seares, clippings of printed works, biographical material, photographs, and scrapbooks. See online listing link above (note that box 2 in the listing has been expanded into box 3).
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Genre/Form: Daguerreotypes
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Named Person: Newton Barry; Loren Barton; Benjamin C Brown; Ina D Coolbrith; Garton Keyston; Helen Millar Lehman; Alfred Lindsay; Hamilton Wright Mabie; Robert MacKay; Cameron Mackenzie; Frederick W Martin; Bailey Millard; Marion Freer Saxe; Mabel Urmy Seares; Richard Hanfield Titherington; Janet Tobin; Robert Donaldson Townsend; Clarence Thomas Urmy; Horace Annesley Vachell; A C Vroman
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Clarence Thomas Urmy
OCLC Number: 703635420
Description: 1.75 linear feet (4 manuscript boxes)
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Boxes 1 and 2 and 3 include correspondence concerning Urmy's work, letters to and from his sister Mabel (Urmy) Seares, clippings of printed works, biographical material, photographs, and scrapbooks. See online listing link above (note that box 2 in the listing has been expanded into box 3).

Box 4. Folder 1, Urmy's copies of Common Prayer, 1892, and The Hymnal, 1892. Folder 2, Urmy's copy of the Bible, 1865. Folder 3, daguerreotype of Clarence Urmy as a child, nd.

Box 4. Folder 4. Small poetry publications: "By the Guadaloupe, " with photograph by Newton Barry; "At a Wayside Shrine, " with decorations by Janet Tobin; and "A Wreath of California Laurel, " inscribed to Ralph and Marion... 1910, with photographs by Frederick W. Martin and A.C. Vroman.

Box 4. Folder 5. "The Lyric Land of California, " by Mabel Urmy Seares, illustrated by the verse of Clarence Urmy, with two etchings by Benjamin C. Brown. Laid in is a manuscript poem, "To my brother..., " and a newsclipping of a book review for this piece, 1914.

Box 4. Folder 6. Two collections of published poems by Urmy. 1. "The Day that I was Born, " 1924, with a drawing by Loren Barton and 10 uncredited early San Francisco area photographs, one of which is of El Retiro, Saratoga, Clarence Urmy's summer home. 2. "Songs of the Spirit, " 1922.

Box 4. Folder 7. Two copies (different bindings) of "A California Troubadour, " 1912. One signed by Urmy, and one inscribed to Ralph and Marion from Mabel, 1912. Folder 8. "A Vintage of Verse, " 1897, inscribed to Marion Freer Saxe, from R.B.U., April, 1897.

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