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Guide to the Anderson Family Papers, 1859-1929
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Box 1, Folder 1

Letters from Anderson to:

 

1) Professor Norton April 18, 1908

 

2) Henry Holt May 31, 1908

Scope and Content Note

Preparing translation of Dante
 

3) Professor Norton June 12, 1908

Scope and Content Note

Regarding Dante
 

4) Dear Sir July 18, 1908

Scope and Content Note

Regarding Dante
 

5) Dr. Jordan November 8, 1908

Scope and Content Note

Regarding Dante
 

6) Dear Sir--Protests against Hetch-Hetchy December, 1908

 

7) Revised letter [UNK]

 

8) Miss Myrtle E. Harris May 2, 1909

Scope and Content Note

Praise of her dissertation on Shakespeare
 

9) Mr. Muir (John) May 2, 1909

Scope and Content Note

Invitation to visit
 

10) Friend F.F. Browne May 2, 1909

 

11) Mr. McClure (publisher) May 28, 1909

Scope and Content Note

Regarding Dante
 

12) Publishing Department of MacMillan Co. August 25, 1910

 

13) Marchese Viviani December 11, 1911

 

14) Leopoldo Bucciolini [UNK]

 

15) Waldo Browne September, 1915

Scope and Content Note

Publisher of Dial C? (Son of Francis Fisher Browne)
 

16) Capitano Cesare Andreoni September, 1915

 

17) Lena Anderson (Mrs. M.B.) October 14, 1915

 

18) Lena Anderson October 14, 1915

Scope and Content Note

Redraft of 17
 

19) Helen Anderson (niece) November 19, 1915

 

20) Dr. Henry S. Pritchard November 20, 1915

Scope and Content Note

Pres. Carnegie Foundation
 

21) Edward P. Anderson December 4, 1915

 

22) Waldo Browne January 11, 1916

 

23) Waldo Browne January 14, 1916

 

24) Poem--Christmas card January 16, 1916

 

25) Waldo Browne January 18, 1916

 

26) Dr. David Starr Jordan February 16, 1916

 

27) Waldo Browne April 1, 1916

 

28) Waldo Browne April 4, 1916

Scope and Content Note

On purchasing Dial, etc.
 

29) Mrs. Emlin McClair April 8, 1916

Scope and Content Note

On her bereavement
 

30) Waldo Browne May 3, 1916

 

31) Miss May May 31, 1916

Scope and Content Note

Miss Editn May, relief worker--offers little poem to be sold for War Benefit--Great Refusal
 

32) Miss Heywood May 31, 1916

Scope and Content Note

Mentions plan of poem, asks her help to distribute poem in Paris
 

33) Robert Anderson June 1916

Scope and Content Note

Mentions above poem
 

34) Edith May June 11, 1916

Scope and Content Note

Mentions poem
 

35) Anna Strunsky Walling June 13, 1916

Scope and Content Note

Mentions poem
 

36) Reverend Sydney B. Snow June 13, 1916

 

37) Robert Anderson June 15, 1916

Scope and Content Note

Discusses letter he wrote Mrs. Hoover concerning poem
 

38) Letter (copy) possibly to Mrs. Hoover June 23, 1916

 

39) John S. Phillips June 23, 1916

Scope and Content Note

Concerning poem
 

50) Copy of letters addressed to friends concerning poem June 24, 1916

 

41) Revision of above June 1916

 

42) Robert Anderson August 1916

Scope and Content Note

Sale of poem to F.W.E. Fund
 

43) Miss Heywood August 6, 1916

Scope and Content Note

Part of letter
 

44) Professor Howard J. Hall September 4, 1916

 

45) Waldo Browne September 4, 1916

 

46) David Starr Jordan September 4, 1916

Scope and Content Note

Reply to letter
 

47) Robert Anderson September 5, 1916

Scope and Content Note

Adds money made by sale of poem, etc.
 

48) Waldo Browne September 5, 1916

Scope and Content Note

Revision of Sept. 4 letter? Failure of Browne to retrieve Dial
 

49) Mrs. Culver September 6, 1916

 

50) Maude Jay Wilson September 6, 1916

Scope and Content Note

Concerning poem
 

51) Professor Katherine M. Graydon September 20, 1916

 

52) Professor William F. Bade, concerning his writing a biography [UNK] Muir. Offers articles September 20, 1916

 

53) Miss Heywood October 8, 1916

 

54) Mrs. Katherine Nash Thomas, concerning poem October 16, 1916

 

55) Prof. Howard J. Hall October 23, 1916

 

46) Senor Commendador October 23, 1916

 

57) A. Beaumont (correspondent of Daily Telegraph) October 28, 1916

 

58) Miss McClain November 17, 1916

Scope and Content Note

Acknowledge her donation
 

59) Mrs. Wilson October 1916

 

60) Poem to Gordon Craig 1916

 

61) Professor Smith February 27, 1917

Scope and Content Note

Sends poem on Dante
 

62) Caspar W. Hodgson October 9, 1923

Scope and Content Note

Explains that John Henry Nash wishes to print Anderson's translation of Dante Asks permission of Hodgson (World Book)
 

63) Mr. Nash January 1925

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for gift, Heathen China
 

64) Prof. Tatlock--list of published books April 6, 1925

 

65) Robert Anderson--letter unfinished April 6, 1925

 

66) Ray Lyman Wilbur ND

Box 1, Folder 2

Letters from Catherine Merrill:

 

67) February 14, 1881

 

68) Appreciates having Ida there to teach February 18, 1881

 

69) Visit to Vermont and discussion of books September, 1881

 

70) Discusses the Andersons living at Butler College February 18, 1883

 

71) Discusses new books June 18, 1883

 

72) Rejoices that he is at Knox and receives promotion August 15, 1883

Scope and Content Note

She will resign from Butler, will lecture
 

73) Concerning Kate, her niece December 21, 1884

 

74) Discusses books-- Pattison's power of growth by experience and reading August 27, 1885

 

75) Hears of Anderson's going to Purdue July 2, 1886

 

76) Discusses a [UNK] which Anderson is to conduct January 26, 1887

 

77) Invitation to tea March [UNK], 1887

 

78) Invitation to lecture May 1, 1887

 

79) Newsy letter! May 17, 1887

Scope and Content Note

Discusses books
 

80) Sorry he's going West (Iowa,) but feels he is wise; need of growth July 15, 1887

 

81) Condolence for Father's illness-- September 3, 1887

Scope and Content Note

Mentions meeting Edward Everett Hale
 

82) Describes Bass Point, Nahant, Mass. July 15, 1889

 

83) December 16, 1889

 

84) Letter for Catherine Merrill by Katherine Graydon August 1890

Scope and Content Note

Thanks him for letters and issues of Dial
 

85) Asks that he call on friend, etc. August 15, 1892

 

86) Condolence on death of daughter, Gertrude October 24, 1892

 

87) Sorry she wrote obituary for Gertrude--not good, she thought November 24, 1892

 

88) Tells of Janet's melancholia June 17, 1893

 

89) Hopes Anderson will visit her June 27, 1893

 

90) Invitation to visit her, discuss books May 9, 1894

Scope and Content Note

Believes Janet recovering
 

91) Thanks him for pictures sent from Palo Alto Discusses books July 17, 1894

 

92) Condolence for another death April 1895

 

93) Asks for references for her talk on The Child in Literature January 12, 1896

 

94) Thanks him for references February 7, 1896

 

95) Wonders if Anderson would consider cousin, Katherine Merrill, for assistant April 6, 1896

 

96) Thanks for Dial December 1, 1896

Scope and Content Note

Would like references for Eber for Mrs. Butler
 

97) Thanks for poem, picture of San Francisco Bay, etc. January 22, 1898

 

98) Contemplates his visit December 2, 1899

 

99) Asks him to give talk on French Literature

 

100) Delighted he'd come

 

101) Further arrangements

 

102) Further arrangements

 

103) Disappointed she cannot visit Anderson

 

104) Glad to see his article in Dial

 

105) Regrets not calling on his mother

 

Postcards--6

 

In Memoriam

 

Literary Criticism by Catherine Merrill

Box 1, Folder 3

Miscellaneous Letters

 

106) A. H. Barnhill (real estate) January 1926, April 1926

 

107) Ellen Weir Cathcart October 29, 1901

 

108) Katherine Weir Dorsey September 1, 1901

 

109) Katherine Graydon July 26, 1883

 

110) Katherine Graydon February 26, 1885

 

111) Katherine Graydon May 22, 1891

 

112) Katherine Graydon May 21, 1891

 

113) Mary M. Graydon March 8, 1885

 

114) Mary M. Graydon August 14, 1887

 

115) Guglielmo La Wadon December 12, 1916

 

116) Kate Merrill to Catherine Merrill-- send to Prof. Merrill March 16, 1896

 

117) Mina Merrill June 29, 1891

 

118) Mina Merrill July 2, 1891

 

119) Mina Merrill September 23, 1891

 

120) September 30, 1891

 

121) Mina Merrill October 18, 1891

 

122) Mina Merrill January 17, 1892

 

123) S. Merrill December 4, 1901

 

124) Charles W. Moores December 21, 1890

 

125) Charles W. Moores September 14, 1890

 

126) Janet M. Moores April 17, 1881

 

127) Janet M. Moores February 7, 1886

 

128) Janet M. Moores April 15, 1888

 

129) Copies of letters from Rector of University of Paris March 1920

Scope and Content Note

Letter from Rector
 

130) May Aright Sewell January 28, 1889

 

131) May Louise Shipp May 3, [UNK]

 

132) May Louise Shipp July 15, 1901

 

133) May Louise Shipp August 3, 1901

 

134) May Louise Shipp August 7, 1901

 

135) May Louise Shipp August 13, 1901

 

136) May Louise Shipp September 2, 1901

 

137) World Book Company, Publishers August 2, 1921

 

138) World Book Company May 11, 1922

 

139) World Book to John Henry Nash--about Anderson February 21, 1924

 

140) Article of Agreement with World Book Co. and Anderson August 2, 1921

 

141) World Book Company August 13, 1929

 

142) Unfinished letter to Anderson March 19, 1905

 

143) Isabelle Higgins

Box 1, Folder 4

144) To Melville Best Anderson from David Starr Jordan

 

145) Reply to Jordan by Anderson

 

Poems and drafts of poems, etc.

 

146) Poems to others

 

147) Drafts of poems

 

148) Poem to son Robert

 

149) On the founding of a Foundation in memory of Catherine Merrill

 

150) A Heroic Bit of History

 

151) Introducing Dr. Hale (Man Without a Country)

 

152) The Last Word

 

153) King Arthur and Arthurian Literature

 

154) Tribute to Anderson by Academic Council

 

155) Draft on Hamlet

Box 1, Folder 5

Dante

 

156) Portraits of Dante by F. M. Mather

 

157) Notes on Dante

 

158) Virgil as conceived by Dante

Box 1, Folder 6

Miscellaneous notes and articles

 

159) On Henry James

 

160) Italy's motives in the War

 

161) Has Hilda a Soul

 

162) George Gissing

 

163) Who is W. H. Hudson

 

164) Conversation of John Muir

 

165) Balzac--Life and Personal Character

 

166) Pamela

 

167) George Sand

 

168) Chateaubriand--prose epic of Les Natchez

 

169) Chatterlou--Alfred de Vigny

 

170) Conversation of John Muir

 

Translations

 

171) Leopardi: The Broom Plant (translation)

 

172) Hugo: Les Voix Suterieures

 

173) Schiller's Don Carlos

 

174) Charlemagne's Sea Voyage

 

175) Le Martine's Jocelyn--Peasants at the Spring

 

176) Le Martine's Jocelyn--Human Caravan, Moses, Night, Cavern

Box 1, Folder 7

177) Song from Roy Blas

 

178) Alfred de Vigny--La Maison du Berger

 

179) Alfred de Vigny--Mount of Olives

 

180) Alfred de Musset--La Nuit de Mai (The Mure)

 

181) Alfred de Musset--December Night

 

182) Alfred de Musset--Remembrance

 

183) Alfred de Musset--Rolla

 

184) Alfred de Musset--Conclusions of a Letter to Lamartine

 

185) Beranger's Les Fous

 

186) Flotsam and Jetsam on the Shore of a Memory

 

187) Description of outing at Pacific Grove-- [UNK]

 

188) Concerning Ewald Flugel--read in Memorial Chapel, December 8, 1914

Box 2, Folder 1

189) Translation by Anderson of Grimm's lectures on Goethe. Lectures 1-4

Box 2, Folder 2

190) Continuation Lectures 5-7

Box 2, Folder 3

191) Diaries, accounts, etc.

Box 2, Folder 4

192) Diaries, accounts, etc.

Box 2, Folder 5

193) Photos

Box 3, Folder 1

194) Class Rolls: 1878-1886(not complete)

 

195) Class Rolls: 1886-1906

Box 3, Folder 2

196) From Anderson's Library and Popular Key to Birds, Reptiles (1874)

 

Diary of Motor Trip-- 1920

Box 3, Folder 3

197) Film Book--Europe

 

Gertrude in Death

Box 3, Folder 4

198) Postcards, College Album, Bookmarks?

Box 3, Folder 5

199) Articles in Dial, Popular Science, Indiana College Ass. Address at laving of cornerstone for Stanford Library, Notes on 50 poems by Browning, Founders Day Address

Box 3, Folder 6

200) Photos and Mementos from Gertrude and Balfour

 

E. C. Anderson

Box 4, Folder 1

201) Baptist quarterlies

Physical Description: (2)
Box 4, Folder 2

202) Diary, School Report--Michigan, 1859

Box 4, Folder 3

203) Sermons of E. C. Anderson

Box 4, Folder 4

204) Sermons of E. C. Anderson

Box 5, Folder 1

205) Sermons of E. C. Anderson

Box 5, Folder 2

206) Sermons of E. C. Anderson

Box 5, Folder 3

207) Sermons of E. C. Anderson

Box 5, Folder 4

208) Sermons of E. C. Anderson

Box 5, Folder 5

209) Sermons of E. C. Anderson

Box 6, Folder 1

210) Sermons of E. C. Anderson

Box 6, Folder 2

211) Sermons of E. C. Anderson

Box 6, Folder 3

212) Sermons of E. C. Anderson

Box 6, Folder 4

213) Sermons of E. C. Anderson

Box 6, Folder 5

214) Sermons of E. C. Anderson

Box 6, Folder 6

215)Diploma from Nova Scotia

 

Diploma from Newton Theological Institute

 

Grand Lodge Masons

 

Mrs. Andersons--honorary member of American Baptist Missionary Union