John O'Hara Cosgrave papers, [1906?] 1907, 1910, undated. (Archival material, 1906) [WorldCat.org]
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John O'Hara Cosgrave papers, [1906?] 1907, 1910, undated.

Author: John O'Hara CosgraveWilliam Stone BoothMitchell KennerlyFremont OlderCornelia Bryce PinchotAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Cosgrave discusses W.S. Booth's decision to leave Houghton, Mifflin, & Co., and the prospects of finding work elsewhere; a trip by MItchell Kennerly, the possibility of Allen Upward writing for "Everybody's Magazine," and the necessity for articles of broad, general lines and American interest; and working for and leaving Collier's Weekly.
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Genre/Form: Letters (Correspondence)
Named Person: John O'Hara Cosgrave; William J Burns; Anne Scribner Hard; William Hard; Francis Joseph Heney; Hermann Hille; James D Phelan; Theodore Roosevelt; Rudolph Spreckels; Allen Upward; William J Burns; William Hard; James D Phelan; Theodore Roosevelt; Rudolph Spreckels
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John O'Hara Cosgrave; William Stone Booth; Mitchell Kennerly; Fremont Older; Cornelia Bryce Pinchot; E J St John
OCLC Number: 647999213
Notes: Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
Description: 8 items

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Cosgrave discusses W.S. Booth's decision to leave Houghton, Mifflin, & Co., and the prospects of finding work elsewhere; a trip by MItchell Kennerly, the possibility of Allen Upward writing for "Everybody's Magazine," and the necessity for articles of broad, general lines and American interest; and working for and leaving Collier's Weekly.

A letter from Fremont Older discusses being tied up in the investigation of "crooks," a corruption case involving Francis Joseph Henry, William J. Burns, Theodore Roosevelt, James D. Phelan and Rudolph Spreckels.

Letters to and from E.J. St. John discusses Hermann Hille's medical work, great scientific discovery and financial independence; an introduction to the [William?] Hards during a planned trip to Chicago; and his own desire to inform the public about medical advances in the "Delineator."

Cornelia Bryce Pinchot writes about his position at Collier's Weekly and her wish to have her own magazine some day.

Correspondents include William Stone Booth, Mitchell Kennerley, Fremont Older, Cornelia Elizabeth Bryce Pinchot, and [E.J.?] St. John.

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