Adolph Bandelier letters, 1889-1892.

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Adolph Bandelier letters, 1889-1892.

Summary: Collection consists of a series of letters from Adolph Bandelier concerning the writing and publication of his novel, The delight makers. Sixteen of the letters are written by Bandelier to colleagues. The seventeenth is a letter from Scribners & Sons, rejecting Bandelier's manuscript.

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Charles Scribner's Sons.

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Charles Scribner, 1821-1871, was a partner in the publishing firm of Baker & Scribner, 1846-1871, and carried on alone after Baker's death in 1850. He formed Scribner & Welford in 1857. Charles Scribner's Sons was established in 1870, the same year SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY began. His son Charles, 1854-1930, became president in 1875. He began SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE in 1887. It ceased publication in 1930. His son Charles, 1890-1952, became president in 1932. From the description of Char...

Cushing, Frank Hamilton, 1857-1900

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Ethnologist with Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, D.C., 1879-1900. Studied the Zunis. From the description of Frank Hamilton Cushing envelope to Houghton Mifflin & Co. [manuscript], [1892] Nov 14. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 648006577 Ethnologist. From the description of Letters, 1882-1893. (Southern Methodist University). WorldCat record id: 17700570 Frank Hamilton Cushing was an ethnographer and early participant observer...

Norton, Charles Eliot, 1827-1908

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Charles Eliot Norton was an American author, editor, and teacher. He was a professor of the history of fine arts at Harvard. Eliot Norton was his son. From the guide to the Charles Eliot Norton letters to Eliot Norton, 1867-1908., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) American author, editor, and educator. From the description of Letter to Edwin D. Mead [manuscript], 1881 May 30. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647814472 ...

Janvier, Thomas A. (Thomas Allibone), 1849-1913

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Janvier was a prolific American journalist and author known for his fictionalized accounts of bohemian and middle-class life in 19th century New York City. He also wrote nonfiction on New York and other subjects. From the guide to the Compositions, 1882-1912 and undated., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) American journalist and author. From the description of Papers of Thomas Allibone Janvier, 1844-1929, bulk 1888- 1902. (University...

Bandelier, Adolph Francis Alphonse, 1840-1914

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Adolph Bandelier was a prominent archaeologist in the Southwest and Latin America. His second wife Fanny Ritter Bandelier was intimately involved with his professional career, most often as a translator. The Bandeliers' were in Spain, locating and translating Spanish documents pertaining to the Southwest, at the time of Adolph's death in 1914. Fanny Ritter Bandelier finished the work in Spain, returned to the United States, and taught at Fisk University until her death in 1936. From ...

Radin, Paul, 1883-1959

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Dr. Paul Radin is considered to be one of the formative influences in contemporary anthropology and ethnography in the United States and Europe. He was born in Lodz (Russian Poland) on April 2, 1883, the son of a reform rabbi and scholar. In 1884, his family moved to Elmira, New York, and then to New York City in 1890. Educated in the public school system, Radin entered the College of the City of New York as a sub-freshman at the age of fourteen, graduating in 1902. After a brief stint in gradua...