Heartman, Charles F. (Charles Frederick), 1883-1953Variant names
Bibliographer and author; operated auction and bookselling business from Pelican Galleries in New Orleans, La., and Book Farm in Hattiesburg, Miss.
From the description of Charles F. Heartman collection of material relating to Negro culture, 1791-1839. (Fisk University). WorldCat record id: 70972576
Charles Frederick Heartman (1883-1953) emigrated to the United States from Germany in 1911. He was in the auction and bookselling business, operating primarily from the Pelican Galleries in New Orleans, and the Book Farm in Hattiesburg, Miss. He specialized in Americana, and published numerous bibliographies and catalogs, including _Heartman's Historical Series_, comprising 78 bibliographies, reprints of rare books, and checklists. Among these are included: _The New England Primer Prior to 1830..._ (N.Y., 1915); _Bibliography of Edgar Allan Poe..._ (Hattiesburg, Miss., 1940); _Bibliography of the Poetical Works of Phillis Wheatley_ (N.Y., 1916); and many others.
From the description of German Books on America. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 191259412
Author, editor, and rare book and manuscript dealer.
From the description of Charles F. Heartman papers, 1600-1910 (bulk 1901-1910). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 84557594
Influential American antiquarian book dealer and one of the foremost authorities on rare Americana of his time.
From the description of Papers, ca. 1893-1990, 1913-1963. (University of Southern Mississippi, Regional Campus). WorldCat record id: 38086951
Heartman was a book collector and dealer in the early twentieth century, specializing in Americana.
From the description of [Book-plate of] CFH. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 37785798
|Place Name||Admin Code||Country|
|Winthrop (Me. : Town)|
|Hallowell (Me. : Town)|
|Wrentham (Mass. : Town)|
|Hadley (Mass. : Town)|
|Slavery--Law and legislation|
|Slave bills of sale|
|German American families|
|Booksellers and bookselling|
|Civil war--Participation, African American--History--Sources|
|Rare book dealers|