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Author: Beverly Chew
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Twenty-five holograph manuscripts of poems by Beverly Chew. Material concerning printing of Chew's Essays & verses about books (1926) includes three ALS from Daniel Berkeley Updike to Grolier Club librarian Ruth Shepard Grannis. Also one copy of The wish by Walter Pope with a preface by Chew and letter to him from Frank E. Hopkins, proprietor of the Marion Press. Chew's correspondents included, among others: Charles  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Photographs
Correspondence
Named Person: Charles Dexter Allen; Samuel Putnam Avery; John Kendrick Bangs; A H Bullen; H C Bunner; Beverly Chew; A Cleveland Coxe; Theodore Low De Vinne; Samuel Albert Edwards; Clyde Fitch; Edwin Davis French; Walter Gilliss; Edmund Gosse; Ruth Shepard Grannis; Marion Harland; Charles Swift Riché Hildeburn; Robert Hoe; Frank Easton Hopkins; John LaFarge; W J Linton; Brander Matthews; William Osler, Sir; Walter Pope; Rudolph Ruzicka; Edmund Clarence Stedman; Richard Henry Stoddard; Daniel Berkeley Updike; Andrew Fleming West; Harry Elkins Widener; George Woodbury; John Henry Wrenn
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Beverly Chew
OCLC Number: 122624086
Notes: Grolier Club library has: Henrietta Bartlett, compiler, Library of Beverly Chew (1934) (based on photostats of the catalog cards for his collection) and several titles by him.
Description: 2 boxes (l linear ft.) photographs 8 25 x 20 cm. and smaller.

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Twenty-five holograph manuscripts of poems by Beverly Chew. Material concerning printing of Chew's Essays & verses about books (1926) includes three ALS from Daniel Berkeley Updike to Grolier Club librarian Ruth Shepard Grannis. Also one copy of The wish by Walter Pope with a preface by Chew and letter to him from Frank E. Hopkins, proprietor of the Marion Press. Chew's correspondents included, among others: Charles Dexter Allen, Samuel Putnam Avery, John Kendrick Bangs, H. C. Bunner, Theodore Low De Vinne, Bishop Arthur Cleveland Coxe, Samuel Albert Edwards, Clyde Fitch, Edwin Davis French, Ruth Shepard Grannis, Charles Swift Riche Hildeburn, Robert Hoe, Jr. and John LaFarge. Also: W. J. Linton, Brander Matthews, Sir William Osler, James R. Osgood, Rudolph Ruzicka, Anrew Fleming West, George Woodbury and John Henry Wrenn. Photograph of memorial resolution by Walter S. Gilliss and a New York Times obituary notice of 22 May 1924 that includes a description of Chew's library. Also six photographs of Chew's retirement home in Geneva, New York.

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