Letters of Joseph Hergesheimer to Hugh Wiley [manuscript] 1922-23.

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Hergesheimer, Joseph, 1880-1954. Letters of Joseph Hergesheimer to Hugh Wiley [manuscript] 1922-23.

Letters of Joseph Hergesheimer to Hugh Wiley [manuscript] 1922-23.

Hergesheimer encourages and criticizes Wiley's literary efforts, especially his short stories, mentions his own work, particularly The magnetic west. Letters, 1922-23, Dorothy Hergesheimer to Wiley, extending invitations, and telling of Hergesheimer's work. She mentions a visit from James Branch Cabell & Carl Van Vechten. [2 items holograph signed].

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Wiley, Hugh, 1884-1968

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Cabell, James Branch, 1879-1958

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Richmond author James Branch Cabell (1879-1958) is best known for his controversial Jurgen (1919), one of several ironic fantasies he wrote that took place in the mythical medieval world of Poictesme (Pwa- tem). Jurgen, laced with erotic overtones, was considered pornographic by some, and a trial over its content brought the reclusive writer national fame. Throughout the 1920s, Cabell was highly regarded by his literary peers -- H.L. Mencken, Sinclair Lewis, and others praised his works. His med...

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Van Vechten, Carl, 1880-1964

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Carl Van Vechten was an American novelist, critic, essayist, book collector, and photographer. From the description of Carl Van Vechten collection of papers, 1922-1964. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122455166 From the guide to the Carl Van Vechten collection of papers, 1911-1964, (The New York Public Library. Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature.) Carl van Vechten (1880-1964) was an American photographer, writer,...

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Born February 15, 1880 in Philadelphia, Joseph Hergesheimer was the son of Joseph and Helen MacKellar Hergesheimer. He grew up in a stable, middle-class, suburban family. His father, a cartographer, worked for the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey. After studying at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Hergesheimer traveled to Europe on money inherited from his grandfather, studying and painting in Florence and Venice. By 1907, when he returned to the United States and married Dorothy He...