Papers, 1927-1963.

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Pitz, Henry Clarence, 1895-1976. Papers, 1927-1963.

Papers, 1927-1963.

Biographical material, correspondence, sketches and/or illustrations, color separations, and proofs. For twenty-three titles, Adventure (1945); Amigo (1955); Barney's barges (1944); Dombey and son (1957); Defense of the castle (1937); Demons and dervishes (1946); Drake's sword (1934); Fools and funny fellows (1947); Indian history for young folks (1927); King Arthur and his knights (1955); The king's thane (1961); Little Wolf Slayer (1952); Molly the rogue (1944); One thousand poems for children (1946); Princesses and peasant boys (1944); The rogues' road (1930); The royal road (1948); The story of Beowulf (1933); Tales of the gauchos (1949); Treasure Island (1954); Valley of rebellion (1955); The voyages of Columbus (1939); and White Birds Island (1948), the Collection holds sketches and/or illustrations. The Collection holds color separations for The royal road and proofs for The chronicles of England, France, Spain, and other places adjoining (1959); The evergreen tales, or, tales for the ageless (1952); Fools and funny fellows; One thousand poems for children; and The spy (1963). The Collection also holds illustrations from magazines and several unidentified illustrations.

1.80 cu. ft. (3 boxes)

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