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|Named Person:||Paul Leicester Ford; Ford family.; Ford family.; Paul Leicester Ford|
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Archival Material, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Paul Leicester Ford; Herbert Baxter Adams; John Bigelow; Clarence Winthrop Bowen; R R Bowker; Thomas Frederic Clark; Augustin Daly; Wilberforce Eames; Rosalie Ford; Kathleen Ford; Worthington Chauncey Ford; Albert Bushnell Hart; Ripley Hitchcock; Henry Holt; Beatrice Cameron Mansfield; Richard Mansfield; Charles Nordhoff; Walter Hines Page; Theodore Roosevelt; Horace Elisha Scudder; Emily Ford Skeel; Lindsay Swift; Edith Matilda Thomas; American Historical Association.; Dodd, Mead & Company.; Harper & Brothers.; Historical Printing Club (Brooklyn, N.Y.); G.P. Putnam's Sons.; Charles Scribner's Sons.
|Description:||16.5 linear feet (42 boxes)|
|Other Titles:||Library journal.|
General correspondence, 1869-1902, is with scholars, historians, librarians, publishers, editors, printers, officials of historical societies, friends, and associates. Correspondence relates mainly to Ford's historical research and to publication of his books, bibliographies and historical writings. Other topics include the dramatization of his novels and the production of his plays, the editorship of Library Journal, his compilation of the writings of members of the American Historical Association, and personal and social affairs. Family correspondence, 1879-1893, consists of letters from his brother Worthington and his sisters, Emily, Rosalie and Kathleen. Writings include manuscript and typescript drafts of his novels, plays and historical and biographical writings. Also, miscellaneous writings consisting of articles about travel and drafts of editorials and reviews published in Library Journal. Papers relating to the Historical Printing Club (which he founded with his brother) include copies of publications of the Club. Miscellaneous papers contain research notes, childhood photograph of Ford, bills and receipts, cards and invitations, membership certificates, and obituaries. Press clippings consist of reviews of Ford's published writings.
- Ford, Paul Leicester, -- 1865-1902.
- Ford family.
- History -- Research.
- Publishers and publishing -- New York (State) -- New York.
- Journalism -- Editing.
- Stage adaptations.
- Theater -- Production and direction.
- Publishers and publishing.
- New York (State) -- New York.