Garnett, Porter, 1871-1951Alternative names
Porter Garnett, a native of San Francisco, was prominent in West Coast literary activities and in fine printing. He co-founded "The Lark" with Gelett Burgess, was a dramatic and literary critic, an assistant curator at The Bancroft Library (1907-12), and founder of the Laboratory Press while professor of graphic arts at the Carnegie Institute of Technology (1922-35). Garnett was also an active member of the Bohemian Club.
From the description of Two minor miracles, or, So help(ed) me God : being the veridical account of how, on two occasions, almighty God volunteered His assistance, once to my advantage and once to my great annoyance, chagrin & disgust 1950 / K. Porter de Gouges Garnett-Garnett, F.L.M. ("Merryman Lovejoy") . (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 420694658
From the description of Porter Garnett papers, 1916-1951. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 85182794
American author, editor and printer.
From the description of Autograph letter signed : Berkeley [California], to Frank [P. Deering], 1919 July 4. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 269564669
Master of the Press, Carnegie Institute of Technology.
From the description of Letter to George H. Nelson [manuscript], 1926 March 29. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647816361
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