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Papers of Henry Van Dyke, 1895-1925.

Author: Henry Van DykeRichard Watson GilderEdward Leeds GulickRobert Underwood JohnsonJ T PikeAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The papers contain a typescript on the poetry of Tennyson and a manuscript of an essay on Hamilton Mabie.
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Genre/Form: Portraits
Records and correspondence
Named Person: Hamilton Wright Mabie; W R Nicoll; Alfred Tennyson Tennyson, Baron; Henry Van Dyke; Henry Van Dyke; Henry Van Dyke; Henry Van Dyke
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Van Dyke; Richard Watson Gilder; Edward Leeds Gulick; Robert Underwood Johnson; J T Pike; F L Pleadwell; Paul Van Dyke; Youth's companion. Corresponding editor.
OCLC Number: 51926567
Notes: Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
Description: 17 items.

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The papers contain a typescript on the poetry of Tennyson and a manuscript of an essay on Hamilton Mabie.

In thirteen letters to various correspondents Van Dyke discusses his writing projects, particularly "A leaf of spearmint," and "The song-sparrow"; his reaction to W.R. Nicoll's review of his "The gospel for an age of doubt"; scholarly writing projects he directed, especially "Gateway series"; his views on world peace and on education, particularly entrance exams in English; royalties; and his schooldays, son's death, religious views, and personal life.

There are also two photographs of Van Dyke.

Correspondents include the corresponding editor of "The youth's companion," Richard Watson Gilder, Edward Leeds Gulick, Robert Underwood Johnson, J.T. Pike, F.L. Pleadwell, and Paul van Dyke.

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