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Register of the Clark (Charles Badger, Jr.) Papers, 1905-1967
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CONTAINER LIST

 

Box 1: BADGER CLARK PAPERS

 

1.1: BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

 

-Paige Carlin. "Badger Clark, Poet Lariat of the West," Together (August 1959)

 

-"Badger Clark Memorial Exhibit Creates Interest," Dakota Wesleyan University Bulletin, Alumni Issue (September 1965) [photocopy]

 

-"The Works of Badger Clark" East West (Feb. 1978)

 

1.2: LIST OF POEMS, 1906-1911 [typed and handwritten copy, possibly those published in Pacific Monthly]

 

1.3: CLARK AGREEMENTS TO PUBLISH HIS POEMS

 

-Memorandum for a chapter in book The Black Hills, 10/28/1947

 

-Memorandum for two chapters in The Black Hills, 10/26/1947

 

-Agreement to publish "Preachers and Teachers" in This is the West

 

1.4: CORRESPONDENCE WITH CLARK FAMILY

 

-Transfer of literary rights to Leland D. Case, 1957

 

-Leland D. Case, Editor, Together, Dec. 23, 1957

 

-Edwin E. Clark to Case, April 7, 1958.

 

-Edwin E. Clark to Leslie M. Parker, April 7, 1958

 

-Leland D. Case to Edwin E. Clark, April 14, 1958.

 

-Leland D. Case to Edwin E. Clark, March 10, 1959

 

-Glenn W. Price, [Executive Secretary Westerners Foundation], to Edwin E. Clark, March 17, 1959

 

-Edwin E. Clark to Glenn W. Price, March 25, 1959. [attached to Glenn W. Price to Edmund R. Brown of Chapman And Grimes, 1959]

 

-Leland D. Case to Edwin Clark, June 2, 1966

 

1.5: COPYRIGHT DOCUMENTS

 

-Application by Chapman and Grimes, 1920 [copy of photostat]

 

-Chapman and Grimes, Inc. transfer of Copyright to Westerners Foundation, April 10, 1959.

 

-Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, 1962

 

-Library of Congress Catalog Card Number request and assignment, June 1962

 

1.6: CORRESPONDENCE TO GAIN COPYRIGHT FROM CHAPMAN AND GRIMES FOR SUN AND SADDLE LEATHER, 1958-1959

 

1.7: CORRESPONDENCE OF WESTERNERS FOUNDATION REGARDING BADGER CLARK POETRY, MARKED AS RECEIVED FROM MRS. THORP OF C.O.P., 1958-1967. [c50 letters]

 

1.8: CORRESPONDENCE---REQUESTS TO USE POEMS AND COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENTS, 1959-1963

 

1.9: POETRY OF BADGER CLARK. [typescript by Clark Estate, pp. 1-150. ]

 

-Annie D. Tallent, 1874.....45

 

-Arizona June, 1908.....76

 

-Arizony's Statehood Probation, 1908.....66

 

-Because He Rose.....11

 

-Big Pines.....136

 

-Birch Fire.....43

 

-Bloody Knife's Vision.....5

 

-The Boys.....9

 

-Chauncey Yellow Robe.....149

 

-Chickadee.....61

 

-A Contented South Dakotan.....92

 

-Deer Meat.....7

 

-The Evening Train.....108

 

-Farewell, Wimmen.....55

 

-The Flag.....79

 

-God Meets Me In the Mountains.....122

 

-Golden Days.....115

 

-The Good, Green Year.....37

 

-Good-Bye, Old Forty-Five.....102

 

-The Gordon Stockade.....110

 

-The Great Moment.....28

 

-Guv'ment Bluebirds.....22

 

-The Happy Seer, Our Optimistic Mr. Crill.....142

 

-He Marked His Reserves with These Plain Signs.....134

 

-Here's Your Gold.....88

 

-High South Dakota.....12

 

-A Hills Lady.....117

 

-The Hills of Home.....127

 

-Horseback Men......106

 

-In Arizony.....131

 

-Intellectuals.....51

 

-The Kids.....57

 

-The Kill.....27

 

-Lead, My America.....148

 

-The Long Trail.....74

 

-The Louisiana Purchase.....90

 

-Love Song.....146

 

-Loveletter 1906.....94

 

-Madam South Dakota.....144

 

-Meditation.....24

 

-Modern Soldier's Toast, The London Blitz of 1940.....36

 

-The Mule-Skinner.....49

 

-Nancy Lincoln.....39

 

-The Next Cycle.....137

 

-Not Modern.....34

 

-Ode to the Busted Comb.....63

 

-Old Pine.....47

 

-Old Style.....98

 

-On Reaching Sixty-Five.....116

 

-Only Homefolks.....139

 

-Our Pedigree.....40

 

-Officer's Chorus.....2

 

-Paddle-Tail Bill.....20

 

-Pasque Flower.....19

 

-Poppies.....8

 

-Reading the News.....59

 

-The Requiem of a Big Heart.....13

 

-Resurrection.....1

 

-Roll 'Em In Their Blankets.....4

 

-Romeo Elk......104

 

-The Roundup.....123

 

-The Rovers' Toast.....32

 

-Semi-Arid.....120

 

-Smutty Joe 1937.....17

 

-The Song of the Saddle.....100

 

-The Stake.....121

 

-The Stampmill.....78

 

-The Tale of the Hills.....69

 

-Thanksgiving,1943; Thanksgiving Hymn, 1943.....141

 

-To the Old Depot.....125

 

-The Trail Blazer.....97

 

-The Trail From Town.....119

 

-Undeveloped Resources.....129

 

-Unsung Heroes.....30

 

-The Vigil.....80

 

-War Drum.....84

 

-Where's Heaven Gone?.....53

 

-Wind Cave.....82

 

-Winter Sports.....113

 

-With the Land as Clean as the Smokeless Sky.....135

 

-Young Men Marching.....86

 

-You're Hogtied, Old Cheyenne.....15

 

1.10: SECOND COPIES OF ABOVE

 

1.11: MANUSCRIPT POEMS

 

-Leland D. Case, editor Together to Glenn Price, Executive Secretary of Westerners Foundation, 4-29-59 [sending manuscripts and clippings of Badger Clark's poems]

 

-Annie D. Tallent, 1874

 

-Arizona June, 1908 Note: Sold april 1914, The Century

 

-Arizony's Statehood Probation, 1908

 

-Because He Rose

 

-Birch Fire

 

-Bloody Knife's Vision

 

-The Boys

 

-Chauncey Yellow Robe

 

-Chickadee

 

-Chickadee (slight variation)

 

-A Contested South Dakotan

 

-Deer Meat

 

-Farewell, Wimmen

 

-The Flag

 

-The Good, Green Year

 

-The Great Moment

 

-Guv'ment Bluebirds

 

-Here's Your Gold

 

-High South Dakota

 

-A Hills Lady

 

-The Hills of Home, Arizona 1906

 

-Intellectuals

 

-The Kill

 

-The Kids

 

-The Long Trail

 

-The Louisiana Purchase by a commonsensical Yankee of 1803

 

-Loveletter 1906

 

-Madam South Dakota, October, 1938

 

-Meditation

 

-Modern Soldier's Toast, the London Blitz of 1940

 

-The Mule Skinner

 

-Nancy Lincoln

 

-The Next Cycle, 1934

 

-Not Modern

 

-Ode to the Busted Comb

 

-Officer's Circle

 

-Old Forty-Five, 1906

 

-Old Pine

 

-Old Style, Jan. 1940

 

-Our Pedigree

 

-Paddle-Tail Bill

 

-Pasque Flower

 

-The Poppies

 

-Reading the News

 

-The Requiem of a Big Heart

 

-Resurrection

 

-Roll 'em in Their Blankets

 

-The Roundup

 

-The Rover's Toast

 

-The Rover's Toast (another version)

 

-Smutty Joe

 

-The Springtime Plains

 

-The Stake

 

-The Stampmill

 

-The Tale of the Hills

 

-Thanksgiving Hymn, 1943

 

-To the Old Depot

 

-The Trail Blazer

 

-Undeveloped Resources [continuation or untitled poem on verso]

 

-Unsung Heroes

 

-The Vigil

 

-War Drum

 

-Where's Heaven Gone?

 

-Wind Cave

 

-Winter Sports

 

-Young Men Marching

 

-Your Hogtied, Old Cheyenne

 

1.12: CLARK POEMS IN NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

 

-In Arizony, Phoenix, Arizona, May 20

 

-Because He Rose, Custer State Park

 

-God Meets Me in the Mountains Christian Century (Sept. 1927)

 

-Golden Days

 

-The Gordon Stockade

 

-A Hills Lady

 

-Horseback Men

 

-The Lost Pardner

 

-Romeo Elk

 

-The Tale of the Hills

 

-Winter Sport (Badger Clark Writes Poem)

 

1.13: CLARK POEMS PAGES FROM MAGAZINES OR BOOKS

 

-Batchin'

 

-The Bunk house Orchestra

 

-The Christmas Trail

 

-A Cowboy's Prayer Together (August, 1959)

 

-The Evening Train

 

-The Free Wind

 

-God's Reserves

 

-Good-Bye, Old Forty-Five

 

-Old Cow-Man

 

-On Reaching Sixty-Five Rotarian (Nov. 1949)

 

-The Outlaw

 

-The Rains, A song of the Southwest

 

-A Roundup Lullaby

 

-Semi-Arid

 

-The Stake

 

-A Tied Maverick

 

-The Trail from Town (The Pacific Monthly)

 

-The Trail o' Love