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|Named Person:||Emerson Hough; Emerson Hough; Emerson Hough; John Law|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Emerson Hough; William Gerard Chapman; John O'Hara Cosgrave; Richard Watson Gilder; Ethan Allen Hitchcock; Ripley Hitchcock; Robert Underwood Johnson; M W LeFevre; H C Rizer
|Notes:||Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.|
The letters discuss the composition of a series of articles for "The Century" magazine on the development of transportation in the west; possible publishers for a novel on John Law ["The Mississippi bubble"]; and a squabble with "The Century" when the book was offered to another publisher. Letters also mention topographical and population information on the west; work as a scenario writer for Universal Films; the White Paper Club (Chicago); serialization rights to "The sagebrusher"; and a reference made by Ripley Hitchcock to Hough's "Literary misconstructions of the modern west".
The collection also contains a photograph of Hough and a questionnaire filled out by him.
- D. Appleton and Company.
- Century Company.
- Doubleday, Page & Company.
- Everybody's magazine.NAUTHORIZED.
- Harper & Row, Publishers.
- Hough, Emerson, -- 1857-1923. -- Literary misconstructions of the modern west.
- Hough, Emerson, -- 1857-1923. -- Mississippi bubble.
- Hough, Emerson, -- 1857-1923. -- Sagebrusher.
- Law, John, -- 1671-1729 -- Fiction.
- Montana Post.
- Sunday Telegram (Albany, N.Y.)
- Transportation -- West (U.S.)
- United States -- Census, 1880.
- Geological Survey (U.S.)
- Universal Film Manufacturing Company.
- West (U.S.)
- White Paper Club.