William Peterfield Trent papers, 1800-1941. (Archival material, 1800) [WorldCat.org]
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William Peterfield Trent papers, 1800-1941.

Author: William P Trent
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, manuscripts, documents, photographs and printed materials. The correspondence is with American and English literary figures and Columbia faculty members. Included are 38 letters from Brander Matthews and 4 from Edmund Gosse. There are 5 letters from Trent to George Whicher, 3 to John Hart, and 180 postcards and letters to John Bell Henneman, as well as a group of miscellaneous letters to and from  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Memorandums
Albums (books)
Bookplates
Clippings (Information Artifacts)
Correspondence
Essays
Fiction (general genre)
Photographs
Poems
Tintypes
Examinations
Reminiscences
Contracts
Lists
Menus
Pamphlets
Named Person: George Atherton Aitken; Frederic Bancroft; Walter Besant; John Bigelow; Alois Brandl; Clarence S Brigham; John William Burgess; Nicholas Murray Butler; George R Carpenter; French Ensor Chadwick; Cyril Clemens; Lionel Cust; Richard Beale Davis; Coningsby Dawson; Frank Nelson Doubleday; William Archibald Dunning; John Erskine; Rudolf Eucken; Kuno Francke; Thomas Frank Gailor; Zona Gale; Hamlin Garland; Richard Garnett; Basil L Gildersleeve; Virginia Crocheron Gildersleeve; Armistead C Gordon; Edmund Gosse; Edwin Greenlaw; William Norman Guthrie; Henry Howard Harper; Thomas Wentworth Higginson; Ripley Hitchcock; Henry Holt; William Dean Howells; Richard Foster Jones; Joseph Wood Krutch; Gustave Lanson; William Ellery Leonard; Henry Cabot Lodge; Thomas R Lounsbury; Robert Loveman; Seth Low; George B McClellan; Brander Matthews; Colyer Meriwether; Kuno Meyer; John Bassett Moore; Paul Elmer More; E D Morel; William Allan Neilson; Charles Eliot Norton; Frederick Law Olmsted; Frank Allen Patterson; William Morton Payne; Harry Thurston Peck; Bliss Perry; Thomas R Price; George Haven Putnam; James Ford Rhodes; W Roberts; William Michael Rossetti; Dunbar Rowland; Josiah Royce; George Sand; Thomas Seccombe; Edwin R A Seligman; Clement King Shorter; Munroe Smith; Albert H Smyth; Joel Elias Spingarn; Oscar S Straus; Hudson Stuck; Ashley Horace Thorndike; Oscar W Underwood; Carl Van Doren; Henry Van Dyke; Adolphus William Ward, Sir; Barrett Wendell; James Grant Wilson; George Edward Woodberry; Stark Young; John Bell Henneman
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William P Trent
OCLC Number: 122529084
Description: 2 linear feet (3 boxes)
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Correspondence, manuscripts, documents, photographs and printed materials. The correspondence is with American and English literary figures and Columbia faculty members. Included are 38 letters from Brander Matthews and 4 from Edmund Gosse. There are 5 letters from Trent to George Whicher, 3 to John Hart, and 180 postcards and letters to John Bell Henneman, as well as a group of miscellaneous letters to and from Trent. Also included are a holograph fair copy of Trent's poem "Germany, 1915" with his covering a.l.s. and several miscellaneous poems; and his contract with J.B. Lippincott Co. for the publication of GEORGE SAND. There are also two documents signed by George W. Maynard. Among the photographs is a photograph album, prepared by Hudson Stuck in 1899, of people and scenes from Dallas, Texas. Among the printed materials are Trent's examinations and outlines for English courses, and THE UNPOPULAR REVIEW with numerous pages of Trent's notes.

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