Albert Shumate collection of Charles Warren Stoddard papers, circa 1881-1966 (bulk 1881-1909)

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Shumate, Albert,. Albert Shumate collection of Charles Warren Stoddard papers, circa 1881-1966 (bulk 1881-1909)

Albert Shumate collection of Charles Warren Stoddard papers, circa 1881-1966 (bulk 1881-1909)

Letters written to Ina Coolbrith, Ina Cook and George Sterling, 1906-1909; letters to him from Samuel L. Clemens, Harrison Conrad, Rudyard Kipling, Frank Millet, Charles Rollo Peters, Richard Savage and Ina Coolbrith; MSS of two poems; clippings of his poems and articles; clippings about him; essay about him by Ina Cook; photographs; scrapbook of clippings on California literature kept by him.

Originals : 1 box, 1 oversize folderScrapbook : partial microfilm reel : negative (BNEG Box 3237) and positive (BANC FILM 3026, reel 1).

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