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Markham Manuscript Collection, Wagner College, Staten Island, NY

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Works: 184 works in 195 publications in 1 language and 196 library holdings
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Publications about Wagner College, Staten Island, NY Markham Manuscript Collection
Publications by Wagner College, Staten Island, NY Markham Manuscript Collection
Most widely held works by Wagner College, Staten Island, NY Markham Manuscript Collection
Letter, 1901, December 28, Oakland, Ca. [to] Dan?? by Jack London( Book )
2 editions published in 1901 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
London writes to Dan(we do not know the last name) inquiring whether the ATLANTIC "permits the stuff it buys to be published in England?" He asks about a fake publication of his in order to get a British copyright, and wonders if the publisher is withholding the publishing of SON OF THE WOLF until the author becomes famous in 20 years. He asks for prices for stories published in LIPPINCOTT's
Letter, February 12, 1916, New York [to] Mr. [Edwin] Markham, [Staten Island] by John Myers O'Hara( Book )
2 editions published in 1916 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Writer has received Markham's letter. O'Hara apologizes for not writing in several years as the passing of his family members' has affected his life and he has "abandoned his friends." O'Hara still thinks of the Markham's and looks forward to receiving "The Shoes of Happiness." O'Hara will send a new book of sonnets which he has published
Letter, 1938, Feb. 17, Staten Island, N.Y. [to] William J. hampton by Edwin Markham( Book )
1 edition published in 1938 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Markham writes Hampton that he has heard about Hampton's illness and "we all grieve over this misfortune." Markham asks what he can do to fight off the invader. Markham asks Hampton to remember him to his brother and invites them to visit after he recovers
Letter Aug. 8, 1939, Chapel Hill, N.C. [to] Mr. Virgil Markham, [Staten Island] by Archibold Henderson( Book )
2 editions published in 1939 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Henderson thanks Virgil for his letter, and for the copy of Mr. Griggs' appreciation of Mr.[Edwin] Markham. Writer knows Griggs as he met him previously as they were both on the faculty of the Summer School in the south. Hendson looks forward to receiving Edwin Markham's photo, but would appreciate it if it could be autographed
Letter, July, 18, 1936, New York City [to] Mrs. Hamilion by Maria Collins Rooney( Book )
1 edition published in 1936 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Mrs. Rooney, wife of John Jerome Rooney, tells Mrs. Hamilion that hopes Judge Rooney's new poetry book should be out by late fall
Letter, March 21, 1931, Gainesville, Florida [to] Mr. [Edwin] Markham, [Staten Island] by Elizabeth Pugh( Book )
1 edition published in 1931 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Writer, a teacher, asks Mr. Markham, who has written criticism on Edgar Allan Poe, a question, "What do you consider the most characteristic connotative device, or some of the most characteristic methods, which Poe used to suggest, rather than state, his meaning?" Bottom of letter has Markham's notes in regards to her question, mentioning "Conqueror Worm" and "The Haunted Palace.'
Letter, 1932 June 28, Staten Island, N.Y. [to] Thomas Curtis Clark by Edwin Markham( Book )
1 edition published in 1932 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Markham writes Clark that the delay in responding to Clark's letter is that he was away, and the correspondence was under heaps of paper. Markham writes that he is adding suggestions as requested by Clark
Letter, unknown, New York City [to] Mr. [Edwin] Markham, [Staten Island] by Fremont Older( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Fremont writes Markham that his umbrella was left at his house by accident, being in a rush to catch the ferry. It has silver spots on the handle
Letter 1925, Octomber 13, Staten Island, N.Y. [to] Derrick Lehmer by Edwin Markham( Book )
1 edition published in 1925 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Markham comments on Lehmer's letter regarding Our Israfel. "It touches my October days with the spirit of April," he writes. Markham is pleased with Lehmer's letter which he will treasure. Markham comments that he has studied Poe's works for 50 years. He has read everything possible on Poe. Letter is signed
Letter, 1923, Nov. 5, Baltimore, Md. [to] Mrs. Edwin[Anne Catherine Markham], Staten Island, N.Y. by Lizette Woodsworth Reese( Book )
1 edition published in 1923 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Letter asks Mrs. Markham to mention that her new book of verse is not called "Wild Cherry" in the next Poetry Society Bulletin. Reese asks for the date of the the poetry banquet in 1924. Second page includes autograph
Letter 1933, June 3, Wooster, Ohio [to] Mrs. [Edwin] Anne Catherine Markham, [Staten Island] by J. D Overholt( Book )
1 edition published in 1933 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Overholt writes that Jessie enjoyed seeing Mrs, Markham at Zona's dinner in New York City. He writes to Mrs. Markham as he is not sure whether Mr. Markham is at home, but requests some copies of "The Man with the Hoe" and "Lincoln" for Rev. Harrold Mohr who gave him a motor tour of Mt. Union College. He also requests a copy of "Eighty Songs at Eighty" to be presented to Frederick Wilson, a retired minister. Check for $3.00 is enclosed
Letter, 1925 January 8, Washington, D.C. [to] Mr. [Edwin] Markham, [Staten Island] by Judson King( Book )
1 edition published in 1925 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
King, of the National Popular Government League, asks Markham if he will go to Pittsburgh, for a fee, and present a lecture. They would give him $250 plus expenses for the first lecture, and there could be more
Letter, 1937 Oct. 27 San Francisco, Ca., [to] Virgil Markham, [New York City] by Albert M Bender( Book )
1 edition published in 1937 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Bender writes Virgil at a difficult time. First, Bender was involved in family bereavement, also knew Leonard van Noppen and wonders what will happen to his books, and Bender states concerns for Virgil's father, Edwin, who has been ill. Bender is distressed from various rerports he hears about Mr. Markham, but still is very fond of the old man and understands the situation
Letter, 1938 Dec. 26, Staten Island, N.Y. [to] Virgil Markham by Edwin Markham( Book )
1 edition published in 1938 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Markham is disturbed that son Virgil has the left the house and writes him why he doesn't tell him when he comes and goes. He doesn't know whether he has left for good, and Markham warns Virgil that he(Edwin) will soon be gone for good, and the old man who like to have conversation with him
Letter, 1921 March 30, 1921, New York City [to] Mr. [Edwin] Markham, [Staten Island] by John Stewart( Book )
1 edition published in 1921 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Chairman Stewart of the Sulgrave Institution writes Markham that a memorial bust of George Washington will be given to the people of Great Britain and will be displayed at St. Paul's Cathedral, near the tombs of Wellington and Nelson, and in the town hall of Liverpool. The purpose is tofoster good will. He aks Markham to write a short sentiment in which it will be read at the dedication ceremonies
 
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