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|Osoba:||Mark Twain; Roy J Friedman|
Howard S Mott; William P Wreden; Whitman Bennett; Irving S Underhill; Herbert E Klingelhofer; Minnie M Brashear; Robert M Rodney; Russell H Welch; Hugh M Seyfarth; William J Monihan; L Herman Smith; George Hiram Brownell; Philip C. Duschnes (Firm); House of El Dieff, Inc.; Argosy Book Stores.; Charles E. Tuttle Co.; Argus Books.; G.A. Baker & Co.; Caxton Club.; Prairie Press.; Friends of Lee and Gabriel Engel.; Collectors' Bookshop, New York.; John Leslie Paper Co.; Roy J. Friedman Mark Twain Collection (Library of Congress)
|Poznámky:||Correspondence to Roy J. Friedman from booksellers and others associated with the building of his Mark Twain collection; booksellers' catalogs and lists; clippings (from catalogs, newspapers, and other serial publications) and keepsakes. Booksellers represented include Philip C. Duschnes, House of El Dieff, Argosy Book Stores, Charles E. Tuttle Co., Argus Books, G.A. Baker & Co., John, Howell, Howard S. Mott, William P. Wreden. Typescript papers included are Whitman Bennett's "Merle Johnson was right", I.S. Underhill's "Points of the first issue of Huckleberry Finn". Articles published in the Antiquarian bookman include "Mark Twain, edited and bowlerized", by Herbert E. Klingelhofer (AB May 14, 1984) and "Roy J. Friedman blames SLC for his Twainiana" (AB February 23, 1952); also included is "The art, humor, and humanity of Mark Twain" by Minnie M. Brashear and Robert M. Rodney (from the University of Oaklahoma Press's Checklist).
Correspondence to Roy J. Friedman from Russell H. Welch, Hugh M. Seyfarth (Caxton Club Exhibition Committee), William J. Monihan (Library Relations, University of San Francisco), L. Herman Smith (Dept. of Manuscripts, Huntington Library). Keepsakes emanate from or are associated with Prairie Press, Friends of Gabriel Engel (Christmas 1942, Christmas 1947), Friends of Lee and Gabriel Engel (Christmas 1949), John Leslie Paper Co. (March 1937), Collectors' Bookshop, New York (Happy New Year, 1937). Four issues of The American Book Collector, a monthly magazine for book lovers (Feb., April, Aug., Sept.-Oct., 1933); Feb. and April issues include articles on Mark Twain by George Hiram Brownell. Three issues of The amateur book collector (Feb., Mar., Sept. 1951).
Additional materials with other dates of publication may be found in this collection.
|Popis:||approximately 150 pieces : illustrations (some color) ; 9-35 cm|
|Jiné tituly:||Antiquarian bookman.
American book collector.