Rudyard Kipling papers [manuscript], 1893-1901.


Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936. Rudyard Kipling papers [manuscript], 1893-1901.

Rudyard Kipling papers [manuscript], 1893-1901.

Kipling letter collection contains five letters to S. S. McClure and one to Richard Watson Gilder concerning publishing matters and invitations. There are brief mentions of [Robert?] Barr, and Isaac Walton Taber whom Kipling suggests as an illustrator for "Captains Courageous." There is also a typed and signed quotation from Kipling's poem "If" and two magazine portraits.

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Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936 (person)

Joseph Rudyard Kipling (1865–1936) was an English author and poet. His best-known works include the novels and short story collections The Jungle Book (1894), Just So Stories (1902), Puck of Pook's Hill (1906), and Kim (1901), as well as a number of poems such as "Mandalay" (1890), "Gunga Din" (1890), and "If-" (1910). Kipling was born in Bombay, India, into an artistic family: his father was a sculptor, pottery designer, and professor of architectural sculpture and tw...

McClure, S. S. (Samuel Sidney), 1857-1949 (person)

Journalist, writer of books for boys. From the description of S.S. McClure check to James Barnes, 1898 June 29. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 53795304 American publisher. From the description of Letter to Edward Sylvester Ellis, 1892 October 27. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 51846140 ...

Gilder, Richard Watson, 1844-1909 (person)

Gilder authored the book, THE NEW DAY, A POEM IN SONGS AND SONNETS... (New York : Scribner, Armstrong and Company, 1876) in which this is tipped in. It contains the bookplate of Brainerd. From the description of Autograph letter signed to Ira Hutchinson Brainerd, [1876?] Dec. 3. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122398276 Richard Watson Gilder (1844-1909), American poet and editor, served as editor-in-chief of Scribner's Monthly and its successor The Century Illustrated Monthly...

Barr, Robert, 1850-1912 (person)

Humorist and author Robert Barr was born in Scotland, and raised in Canada, where he became headmaster of a school in Ontario. He published a humorous sketch of a boating trip in the Detroit Free Press under the pseudonym Luke Sharp, and embarked on a diverse and successful career in literature. He worked as a journalist in Detroit and London, writing short fiction as well, before co-founding The Idler. In addition to humorous works, Barr also wrote successful novels, detective fiction, and play...

Tabor, Isaac Walton, 1857-1933. (person)