Papers of Alfred Edward Newton [manuscript] 1910-1933.

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Newton, Alfred Edward, 1863-1940. Papers of Alfred Edward Newton [manuscript] 1910-1933.

Papers of Alfred Edward Newton [manuscript] 1910-1933.

Newton writes to Christopher Darlington Morley regarding Thomas Augustine Daly, the scandalous death of factory manager, his Amenities of book collecting, and kindred affections, and a visit to Italy. He thanks Morley for a ms., sends him a housewarming present, and compliments a column. He sends a paper on Boswell to William Orton Tewson, mentions the death of Joseph Pennell and an error in one of his books, which he also describes in a letter to the New York Evening Post. Newton also writes to George J. C. Grasberger regarding a book on Oliver Goldsmith and to William Gerard Chapman regarding an enclosed poem about Samuel Pepys, the correct pronunciation of his name, and a meeting of the Pepys Club.

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Grasberger, George J. C.

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Morley, Christopher, 1890-1957

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American author and journalist. From the description of Letter to unidentified recipient [manuscript], 1940 October 25. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647810653 Christopher Morley was an American editor, an author, and a Rhodes scholar. Morley was one of the founders of the "Saturday Review of Literature," of which he was an editor from 1924 to 1940. A prolific author, he wrote more than 50 books. His novels include PANASSUS ON WHEELS (1917), THE HAUNTED BOOKS...

Chapman, William Gerard, 1877-1945

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William Gerard Chapman (1877-1945), a native of New York, was an American author and journalist and the owner of the International Press Bureau, a literary agency in Chicago. From the guide to the William Gerard Chapman Correspondence, Unknown, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) Literary agent. From the description of Letters 1913-1922, 1933. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 703904829 William Gerard Chapman, pub...

Tewson, William Orton, 1877-1947

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Editor and literary critic. From the description of William Orton Tewson papers, 1923-1926 (bulk 1926). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70981490 William Orton Tewson, editor of the Literary review of the New York evening post. Glenn Ward Dresbach, born near Lanark, Ill.; editor of Wisconsin magazine and poet. From the description of Letter to Glenn Ward Dresbach, 1925 July 18. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 54859821 ...

Daly, T. A. (Thomas Augustine), 1871-1948

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Thomas Augustine Daly was an American author and lecturer, best known for his humorous verse. Born in Philadelphia, he became a journalist, and used his ear for language to publish humorous verse and jokes in Italian and Irish dialects. He also wrote other columns and lectured extensively, and managed the Catholic Standard. His humor was generally rather gentle and old-fashioned, but he remained popular for more than forty years by appealing to a wide audience. From the description o...

Pepys, Samuel, 1663-1703.

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Newton, A. Edward (Alfred Edward), 1864-1940

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A. Edward Newton was an authority on book collecting during the first half of the 20th century. His correspondence with Alfred Blake Trott, president of Daniels & Fisher Company of Denver, Colo. from 1929-1944, details book collecting as well as travels, and reflects on the political and economic climate of the time in Europe and the United States. Newton also sent Trott copies of articles, most published in the Atlantic monthly between 1922 and 1938. Some articles were privately printed by ...

Pennell, Joseph, 1857-1926

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Joseph Pennell was an American artist and educator, primarily known for his etchings and illustrations. Much of his early work consisted of city scenes, published in magazines. He later worked on a variety of projects, often illustrating books in collaboration with his wife, author Elizabeth Robins. After spending time in Europe, notably London, Pennell taught art, and the couple collaborated on a biography of James McNeill Whistler. From the description of Joseph Pennell letter to M...