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Paul Richard Eldridge scrapbook related to ranches in Wyoming and literary figures, 1938-1955.

Author: Paul Richard Eldridge
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Graphic   Visual material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Scrapbook with 189 photographs, correspondence, and works written and collected by Eldridge, 1938-1955. Photographs include informal portraits of authors Judy Van der Veer, Henry Herbert Knibbs and Turbesé Lummis Fiske, in California, 1938. A large quantity of photographs document activities on ranches in around Crooked Creek in Kane and Raymond, Wyoming, in 1939. Locations include the Ella J. Strong Ranch and
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Genre/Form: Photographic prints
Scrapbooks
Correspondence
Pictorial works
Named Person: Robert E S Chambers; Paul Richard Eldridge; Turbesé Lummis Fiske; Rupert Hughes; Henry Herbert Knibbs; Caroline Lockhart; Gouverneur Morris; Ruth J Morris; John Russell; Judy Van der Veer
Material Type: Graphic
Document Type: Archival Material, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Richard Eldridge
OCLC Number: 702200360
Language Note: In English.
Description: 1 v. (88 p.) 26.2 x 33.7 cm.

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Scrapbook with 189 photographs, correspondence, and works written and collected by Eldridge, 1938-1955. Photographs include informal portraits of authors Judy Van der Veer, Henry Herbert Knibbs and Turbesé Lummis Fiske, in California, 1938. A large quantity of photographs document activities on ranches in around Crooked Creek in Kane and Raymond, Wyoming, in 1939. Locations include the Ella J. Strong Ranch and ranches operated by the Barndt, Hetland, and Kelsey families. Many images depict young cowboys, as well as men working and socializing on ranches.

The scrapbook includes tear sheets for stories by Eldridge, including The Devil's Shoestring (1938), Border Dance (1939), and book reviews he wrote for the Daily Oklahoman, 1940-1941. Correspondence includes a group of letters from George R. Pattullo and brief notes from Caroline Lockhart, John Russell, Gouverneur Morris (1876-1953), Rupert Hughes, Robert Edward Stuart Chambers, and the Unity School of Christianity. The scrapbook includes a pamphlet by Gouverneur Morris, To My Wife's Mother (1939), which describes the death of his wife, Ruth J. Morris. Clippings include obituaries for Thomas Beer, Henry Vernon Foster, F. Scott Fritzgerald, Hamlin Garland, Margaret Hill McCarter, and Owen Wister, as well as images of male college athletes.

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