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Papers of Ellis Parker Butler, 1891-1940.

Author: Ellis Parker ButlerFrank BaconWitter BynnerWilliam ChapmanIrvin S CobbAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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The papers of Ellis Parker Butler are primarily comprised of correspondence, but they also include some manuscripts of his poetry. Most of the letters concern his writing or his work with the Authors' League of America.
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Genre/Form: Drafts (preliminary version)
Humor
Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ellis Parker Butler; Frank Bacon; Witter Bynner; William Chapman; Irvin S Cobb; Raymond Davis; Robert H Davis; Sewell Ford; Hamlin Garland; Robert Cortes Holliday; Burges Johnson; Joseph Crosby Lincoln; Orson Lowell; George Barr McCutcheon; Thomas Masson; Leo Mielziner; Fulton Oursler; Leroy Scott; Ellery Sedgwick; Herny A Shute; Julian Street; Arthur Train; Louis Vance; Jesse Lynch Williams
OCLC Number: 233126764
Description: 0.75 linear ft. (2 boxes)
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The papers of Ellis Parker Butler are primarily comprised of correspondence, but they also include some manuscripts of his poetry. Most of the letters concern his writing or his work with the Authors' League of America.

Some of the correspondents include: Frank Bacon, Witter Bynner, William Chapman, Irvin S. Cobb, Raymond Davis, Robert Davis, Sewell Ford, Hamlin Garland, Robert Holliday, Burges Johnson, Joseph Lincoln, Orson Lowell, George McCutcheon, Thomas Masson, Leo Mielziner, Fulton Oursler, Leroy Scott, Ellery Sedgwick, Henry A. Shute, Julian Street, Arthur Train, Louis Vance, and Jesse Williams. There is also personal correspondence, most of it with his daughter Jean Chapin.

Finally, the correspondence of Ida Zipster Butler is also included in the papers of her husband. Almost all of these letters relate in some way to Ellis Parker Butler.

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