C. W. Unger letters received, 1921-1937.

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Unger, Claude W., 1882-1945. C. W. Unger letters received, 1921-1937.

C. W. Unger letters received, 1921-1937.

The collection consists of ten letters to C.W. Unger, all relating to purchasing literary items from his store or catalog, including: two letters from Carl W. Drepperd, 10 May 1926 and 5 March 1928, clarifying some points about items he has interest in purchasing; from James H. Darlington, 20 May 1927, on Diocese of Harrisburg letterhead, expressing interest in purchasing Bibles for his collection; two letters from John W.F. Dulles, March 1928, purchasing an autograph of W.T. Sherman and offering for sale an autograph of the Duke of Wellington; from E.L. Sabin, 1 March 1928, placing an order; from John Tasker Howard, 22 May 1931, clarifying some points about items for sale in early American music; from Solon J. Buck, 27 Sept. 1933, expressing interest in items in his catalog of autographs, requesting additional copies of the catalog to distribute to members, and requesting information about previously sold manuscript collections relating to Western Pennsylvania; from Usher L. Burdick, 24 May, 1937, requesting a catalog; from Douglas McMurtrie, undated, on Grolier Club letterhead, requesting a catalog of Americana.

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Darlington, James Henry, 1856-1930

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Buck, Solon Justus, 1884-1962

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Historian, archivist. From the description of Reminiscences of Solon Justus Buck : oral history, 1955. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309731781 Biographical Note 1884, Aug. 16 Born, Berlin, Wis. 1900 1906 A...

Unger, Claude W., 1882-1945

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Claude W. Unger was bookseller in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, specializing in rare books and ephemera. From the description of C. W. Unger letters received, 1921-1937. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 71790559 ...

Sabin, Edwin L. (Edwin Legrand), 1870-1952

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Sabin was an author and historian of the American West. He worked as a newspaper reporter, magazine writer, and novelist. He wrote fiction and non-fiction works. From the description of Edwin L. Sabin western photographs, circa 1890-1920s. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 367938768 Born December 23, 1870, in Rockford, Ill.; author, best known for his books on the American West. From the description of Letter to Mr. Blodgett [manuscript], 1920 January 2. (University...

Howard, John Tasker, 1890-1964

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John Tasker Howard was a noted American music expert, radio host, writer, lecturer, and composer. His early involvement with piano, and his subsequent study of composition with Paul Tidden, Howard Brockway and Mortimer Wilson, provided him with the proper background for the numerous positions held over the course of his life. Some of his more noteworthy positions were: managing editor of the Musician (1919-1922), music editor of McCall's magazine (1928-1930), music edito...

Burdick, Usher L. (Usher Lloyd), 1879-1960

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Governor of North Dakota and member of the U.S. Congress. From the description of Correspondence, 1937. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 20649146 Lt. Governor of North Dakota, 1911-1912; U.S. House of Representatives, 1935-1945, 1949-1959. From the description of Usher Burdick papers, 1730-1958. (State Historical Society of North Dakota State Archives). WorldCat record id: 17662392 CITATION: "Burdick, Usher Lloyd," written by Edward C. Blac...

McMurtrie, Douglas C. (Douglas Crawford), 1888-1944

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American typographer, known principally as an authority on typography and the history of printing and also as an authority on provisions for crippled children and disabled soldiers. From the description of Letter, 1934. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122608887 Douglas C. McMurtrie, bibliographer and historian of printing, served as national editor of the American Imprints Inventory (1939-1942) of the nationwide Historical Records Survey, a Work Project Administration (WPA) p...

Drepperd, Carl William, 1898-1956

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Carl Drepperd was a personal friend of Carl Zigrosser, as well as an historian interested in early drawing books used in schools. From the description of Correspondence with Carl Zigrosser, 1943. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155900852 ...

Dulles, John W.F.

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Mining engineer, historian, author, professor. Born 1913 in Auburn, New York. Dulles received degrees from Princeton University, Harvard Business School, and the University of Arizona. He held engineering and executive positions with Mexican and Brazilian mining companies, spending 17 years as a resident of Mexico; served the University of Texas as assistant director of the International Center, adviser on international programs for the UT system, and professor of Latin American Studies; and als...