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Register of the Altrocchi (Julia Cooley) Poetry Collection, 1908-1974
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1.1.1: Altrocchi, Julia Cooley. A Gallant Company of Trappers (1978).


1.1.2: The American Pen IV:1 (W 1972).


1.1.3: Andrews, John Williams. Triptych for the Atomic Age (1970).


1.1.4: Colony, Horatio. The Magic Child (1966).


1.1.5: Colony, Horatio. Young Malatesta (1957).


1.1.6: Finley, Lorraine Noel. John Comes First (1968).


1.1.7: Loomis, C. Grant. North of Mendocino (1962).


1.1.8: Reid, Francis W. California Verse, Poet Edwin Markham (1940).


1.1.9: Reid, Francis W. California Verse, Poems of Berkeley (1941).


1.1.10: Sullivan, Suzanne. Coming Suddenly Upon the Late Years (1965).


1.1.11: Taylor, Sarah Wingate. Clark's in Plymouth Harbor - The Pilgrim Father's Island, 1620-1690 (1965).






a-Julia Cooley Altrocchi Memorial Poetry Collection (March 1, 1974).


b--Annual June Ladies' Night Book Award Dinner & Music Evening Programme (June 16, 1965).


c-Commonwealth Club of California Head Table 34th Literature Medal Award Dinner (June 16, 1965).


d-Altrocchi, Julia Cooley, Poet - Historian of the West - Novelist - Lecturer, list of books, accomplishments, etc.


e-"Local Poet Cited," Berkeley Daily Gazette (5/10/62).


f-"Poet Laureate Post - Writers Name Candidate," Berkeley Daily Gazette (8/16/63).


g-"State Poet Laureate Post Still Unfilled," Stockton Record (3/19/64).


h-Robbins, Millie, "Return to a First Love," San Francisco Chronicle (11/24/64).


i-Jernigan, Jean, "Renowned Author Has 'Joyous Life'," Berkeley Gazette (9/30/72).


j-University of Pacific Faculty Bulletin 15:4 (12-15-72). [regarding fund established for Julia Cooley Altrocchi Memorial Poetry Collection]


k-Altrocchi, Julia Cooley, A Prayer for Moderns, presented at her memorial service on December 2, 1972.


l-Jim Riddles, Library Dir. to John Seaman, 5-3-73. [re Altrocchi Memorial Poetry Collection]


m-Robin Lampson. A Memorial Tribute to Julia Cooley Altrocchi.


n-Photograph of Julia Cooley Altrocchi [in envelope]


o-Advertisement for Snow Covered Wagons


p-"A Memorial for Julia C. Altrocchi," (November, 1972).


1.2.2: CORRESPONDENCE [N.B.--Correspondence is to Julia Cooley Altrocchi in Berkeley, Calif. from the person named unless otherwise indicated]


a-MacMillan Co., NY to Robin Lampson, California, n.d.


b-Julia Altrocchi to "Claire", n.d. [postcard from Ireland]


c-Louis E. Guillow, Massachusetts to "Rudolph," 12/2/08


d-Eve Brazier, 3/18/35


e-Harriet Plimpton, letter and dialogue titled Black Star, Philadelphia, 12/28/46


f-Horatio Colony, Massachusetts, 12/31/58


g-"Jeanette," San Marino, Cal., 1/1/59


h-Sarah Taylor, San Rafael, Cal., 12/11/59


i-Sarah Taylor, San Rafael, Cal., 1/6/60


j-Othelia Lilly, Berkeley, Cal., 11/13/62


k-JA to Ellen Deering, Stockton, 6/3/62


l-Do., 6/8/63


m-Bob Monagan, Sacto. to Ellen Deering, Registrar - University of the Pacific, Stockton, 6/10/63


n-Ellen Deering, Stockton, 6/13/63


o-Ellen Deering to Bob Monagan, Assemblyman, Stockton, 6/23/63


p-JA to Ellen Deering, Stockton, 6/30/63


q-Ellen Deering and Ruth Elliot, Stockton, to "Dear Sir," 1-28-64 [in support of J. Altrocchi as Poet Laureate of Cal.]


r-Sarah Taylor, San Rafael, Cal., 5/14/65


s-Horatio Colony, New Hampshire, 6/14/66


t-Ruth Sherry, Laguna Beach, Cal., 1/20/67


u-Suzanne Sullivan, Berkeley, 6/18/67


v-Horatio Colony, 3/24/70


w-Paul Altrocchi, M.D., Palo Alto to Ellen Deering, Stockton, 2/6/73


1.2.3: A PORTION OF WESTERN HISTORY AS LITERATURE -- THE CORONA BEHIND THE FACT [Paper delivered by Julia Altrocchi at the Pacific Center for Western Historical Studies at the University of the Pacific, Stockton, (4/11/70)]


1.2.4: "THE MERRY QUINTET" [Diary of Rudolph and Julia Altrocchi on a Calif. journey with the Laches (8-22)]




a-Parsons, Geneve Shaffer, regarding "New and Old Idea for a Paying Alcatraz."


b-Parsons, Geneve Shaffer, Saint Francis, or, A Pillar of Light!.


c-"I can see that Mr. Guillow was very much the Harvard Man...", [portion of an incomplete letter]