Guide to the John Henry Nash papers, 1909-1947

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Guide to the John Henry Nash Papers, 1909-1947

Collection number: BANC MSS 72/245 c

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Collection Summary

Collection Title: John Henry Nash Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1909-1947
Collection Number: BANC MSS 72/245 c
Creator: Nash, John Henry, 1871-1947
Extent: Number of containers: 15 boxes, 5 cartons, 11 volumes, 2 oversize folders
Repository: The Bancroft Library
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Physical Location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Languages Represented: English

Information for Researchers

Access

Collection is open for research.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], John Henry Nash papers, BANC MSS 72/245 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Material Cataloged Separately

  • Photographs and typographical ephemera transferred to Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library
    Identifier/Call Number: (BANC PIC 1944.003-.005)

Biography

John Henry Nash was born in Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada on March 12, 1871. He left high school at the age of sixteen and became an apprentice in the shop of James Murray, one of the leading printers in Toronto. He worked as a compositor for several years in Toronto and for a few months in Denver before moving to San Francisco in 1895 where he found employment with the Hicks-Judd Company. Several years later he and Bruce Brough established the Twentieth Century Press which became the Tomoyé Press when Paul Elder became a partner. In 1911 he formed a partnership with Henry H. and Edward Dewitt Taylor which lasted until 1915. Following a brief association with the Blair-Murdock Company, he opened his own shop. For the next 22 years he produced books, pamphlets, broadsides and job printing which embodied the technical perfection he demanded. Vital patronage came mainly from William Andrews Clark, Jr. who commissioned him to print catalogues of his extensive library as well as Christmas books for distribution to friends. William Randolph Hearst chose him to publish a biography of his mother which appeared in 1928 and one of his father in 1933. Continuous support also came from bibliographic organizations such as the Grolier Club of New York City and the Book Club of California and from numerous individual clients. Most of his other publications were intended as gifts for friends and clients. His most ambitious publication and one of the few printed for direct sale was The Comedy of Dante Alighieri which appeared in 1929. Nash retired in 1938, moved his library and shop to the University of Oregon at Eugene, and accepted a temporary appointment as Professor of Typography. He supervised the design and composition of books selected by students to be printed by the John Henry Nash Fine Arts Press. In 1943 he returned to Berkeley where he died four years later.

Scope and Content

His papers were a gift to the University of California in 1944 from the Milton S. Ray family and were transferred to The Bancroft Library from the General Library's Rare Books and Special collections Department in 1970.
Consisting of correspondence; manuscripts; printer's copy and proofs of some of his publications; personalia; scrapbooks and guest books, they document his career as a printer. Photographs and typographical ephemera have been removed to the Library's Pictorial and Typography Collections respectively.
The Key to Arrangement which follows describes the collection in greater detail.

kEY TO ARRANGEMENT

Boxes 1-3

Letters written by Nash, 1922-1941 & n. d.

Scope and Content Note

Mainly carbon copies, arranged chronologically. Some letters were written for him by his secretary, Mae Hartmann. Many letters were written for him by his librarian, Nell U. O'Day.
Boxes 3-14

Letters written to Nash

Boxes 3-12

Mainly letters from printers, prominent business & professional people & friends requesting copies of his books & other printed items and/or thanking him for sending items. Some letters are written to Nell U. O'Day & others. Arranged alphabetically by name of person or organization. A partial list of correspondents follows the Key to Arrangement.

Boxes 13-14

Miscellaneous letters from less important correspondents relating to some of his publications. Arranged alphabetically by title. If several titles are mentioned, the letter is filed by the one mentioned first.

 

A Ha! Christmas

 

Adonais

 

Americana Vetustissima

 

An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth

 

The Arrogant Youth

 

Barney McGee

 

Bene Dictum, Benedicte

 

The Bible

 

California

 

A Canticle of Praise

 

Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press

 

The Comedy of Dante Alighieri

 

Dickens in Camp

 

Ecclesiastes

 

The Fate of Virgil

 

George Sterling Memorial

 

The Heathen Chinee

 

The Ideal Book

 

If It Were Today

 

In Mellow Mood

 

In Old Vintage Days

 

Lake Isle of Innisfree

 

The Life and Personality of Phoebe Apperson Hearst

 

Life of Dante

 

Life of George Hearst

 

The Lighthouse

 

The Lights Go Out

 

Little Willie

 

Love of Books

 

The Man With the Hoe

 

Mr. Strahan's Dinner Party

 

The New World

 

Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice

 

Nuremberg Chronicle

 

Religio Medici

 

The Sermon on the Mount

 

The Silverado Squatters

 

Sonnets From the Portuguese

 

To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle

 

A Toast to the Ladies

 

A Tragedy in Printers Ink

 

The Trial of the Wine-Brewers

Box 14

Miscellaneous letters.

Scope and Content Note

Unlisted, arranged alphabetically by name of person or organization.
 

Letters which were part of the Blair-Murdock Company correspendence

Additional Note

(formerly mounted in a scrapbook).
 

Purchase orders, bills of lading & other items removed from the correspondence.

Carton 1

Manuscripts (primarily in typescript) & printer's copy of Nash publications.

Scope and Content Note

Some are incomplete. Arranged alphabetically by title.
 

Americana Vetustissima. 1935.

 

Apologia Withdrawn! n. d.

 

An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth, n. d.

 

The Arrogant Youth. 1928.

 

Bene Dictum, Benedicte. 1926.

 

The Bible. n. d.

 

Cobden-Sanderson & the Doves Press. n. d.

 

The Comedy of Dante Alighieri (vol. 1) [Shelved separately]

 

Dem Vos Der Happy Days. 1929.

 

Dibdin's Ghost. n. d.

 

Dickens in Camp. n. d.

 

Education and the State. n. d.

 

The Enchanted Hat. 1926.

 

George Sterling Memorial. n. d.

 

The Heathen Chinee. n. d.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Introduction by Ina Coolbrith (typescript) & note re the history of the manuscript by J. C. Rowell (holograph)
 

An Invocation. 1925.

Scope and Content Note

Includes manuscript of critical introduction by George Sterling
 

The Lake Isle of Innisfree. n. d.

 

Laudes Virgilianae. n. d.

 

Leaves in the Sun. n. d.

 

The Library - The Heart of a College. 1937.

 

Mr. Strahan's Dinner Party. 1930.

 

The Mysterious Hat. n. d.

 

Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice. 1925.

 

The Nuremberg Chronicle. n. d.

 

Once Upon A Time. 1929-1934.

 

Poems (by Tania C. Whitman). ca. 1933-1934.

 

A Short Account of the Bequest of W. A. Clark III to the Montana School of Mines. n. d.

 

Sonnets From the Portuguese. n. d.

 

A Toast to the Ladies. n. d.

 

The Trial of the Wine-Brewers. n. d.

 

Miscellaneous unidentified.

 

Proofs. Mainly incomplete. Arranged alphabetically.

 

An Account of the Bequest by William Andrews Clark III to the Montana School of Mines. n. d.

 

An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth. n. d.

 

Areopagitica. n. d.

 

The Arrogant Youth

 

Bene Dictum, Benedicte. 1926.

 

The Bible. n. d.

 

Cobden-Sanderson & the Doves Press. 1929.

 

The Comedy of Dante Alighieri. (vol. 2) [shelved separately]

 

Dibdin's Ghost. 1926.

 

Dickens in Camp. n. d.

 

George Sterling Memorial. 1926.

 

The Heathen Chinee n. d.

 

In Mellow Mood. n. d

 

The Lake Isle of Innisfree. 1924.

 

[Last type set by J. H. Nash] 1946.

 

Laudes Virgilianae. 1930.

 

Leaves In the Sun. 1935.

 

The Library of Charles W. Clark. n. d.

 

Little Willie

 

The Man With the Hoe. 1916. Annotated by Edwin Markham.

 

Migratory Books. 1924.

 

Mr. Strahan's Dinner Party. 1930.

 

The New World. n. d.

 

Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice. 1926.

 

The Nuremberg Chronicle. 1930. (v. 3) [oversize drawer]

 

Once Upon a Time. 1934.

 

Poems (by Tania C. Whitman). 1934.

 

The Silverado Squatters. 1923.

 

Sonnets From the Portuguese. 1927.

 

The Trail of the Wine-Brewers. 1930.

 

Two Years Before the Mast. n. d.

 

Inventories, catalogs, subscription lists.

Scope and Content Note

Includes inventory of Nash's typographic collection, catalog of his books loaned to the Doheny Library, & subscription lists for some of his books.
Inventory of Nash's book collection [?] 4"x6" cards in 6 5"x8" boxes.
Carton 2

Personalia

Scope and Content Note

Mainly poems written about him.
 

Nash's writings

Scope and Content Note

Typescripts & tear sheets
 

Articles re Nash.

Scope and Content Note

Mainly tear sheets.
 

Miscellany

Scope and Content Note

Includes plans for construction of a graphic arts library in San Francisco; specifications for labor & materials re construction of his home; responses to invitations to dedication of his home, etc.
 

Annual reports of institutions to which Nash gave copies of his publications.

Box 15

Miscellaneous printed items.

Scope and Content Note

A few possibly printed by Nash.
 

Loose clippings removed from scrapbooks.

 

Guest Books

volume v. 4.

1926-1939

volume v. 5.

1931-1933

volume v. 6.

1934-1942

volume v. 7.

1942-1943

 

Scrapbooks (mainly clippings re his printing activities).

volume v. 8.

1920-1926

volume v. 9.

1925-1931

volume v. 10.

1931-1941

volume 

1941 (re his 70th Birthday)

Physical Description: v. 11.

Partial List of Correspondents

 

Abbott, Frank H.

 

Letter, Dec. 30, 1913.

 

Abdy, H. Bennett

 

Letter, Jan. 29, 1925. Signed also by R. M. Abdy. Re The Heathen Chinee.

 

Abdy, Rowena (Meeks), 1887-

See Abdy, H. Bennett

 

Ackerman, Phylis, 1893-

 

Letter, Feb. 16, 1926. Re To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle.

 

Adams, Randolph Greenfield, 1892-

See Michigan. University. William L. Clements Library.

 

Adler, Elmer

 

4 letters, 1925-1927. Several letters written for him. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice and The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Agnew, Hugh E.

 

3 letters, 1921-19[33?] Re Ecclesiastes and Little Willie.

 

Alexander, George L.

See American Type Founders Company

 

Allen, Eric William, 1879-

 

18 letters, 1925-1938 & n.d. Letters (copies), May 14 & 24, 1926, written to J. W. Coffroth. Letter, Aug. 22, 1929, written for him by his secretary. Re The Heathen Chinee, Life of Dante & other books.

 

Altman, Mark

 

Letter, Nov. 22, 1935.

 

Altrocchi, Rudolph, 1882-

 

Letter, Feb. 27, 1924. Copy, written to Mr. Rosenthal. Re Life of Dante.

 

Altschul, Frank, 1887-

 

8 letters, 1921-1926. Letter, Jan. 22, 1925, written for him by his secretary. Re Ecclesiastes, The Silverado Squatters & other books.

 

American Institute of Graphic Arts

See Willing, John Thomson

 

American Printer

See Gress, Edmund G.

 

American Type Founders Company

 

24 letters, 1909-1931. Written by F. B. Berry, G. L. Alexander, R. W. Nelson, J. S. Pinney & M. F. Benton. Re Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, Tocsin & others. See also Bullen, Henry Lewis

 

Ames, Fletcher

See Ames Harris Neville Co.

 

Ames Harris Neville Co.

 

14 letters, 1916-1931. Written mainly by F. Ames, L. A. Harris & A. B. March. Letter (copy), Mar. 8, 1927, written to J. W. Coffroth. Re The Ideal Book, Barney McGee & others.

 

Anderson, Edwin Hatfield, 1861-

See New York (City). Public Library

 

Anderson, Melville Best, 1851-1933

 

123 letters, 1923-1932 & n.d. Some letters written to Joseph Fauntleroy & Nell U. O'Day. Relate mainly to his translation of The Comedy of Dante Alighieri which Nash published in 1929.

 

Anderson, Robert Van Vleck, 1884-

 

3 letters, 1924-1929

 

Andre, William H.

 

16 letters, 1929-1934. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Austin, Herbert Douglas, 1876-

 

Letter, July 12, 1929. Written while Editor, Italica.

 

Ayres, Rollin C.

 

4 letters, 1923-1927. Re George Sterling Memorial.

 

Badé, William Frederic, 1871-1936

 

5 letters, 1924-1931. Several letters written for him by secretaries. Re Lake Isle of Innifree, In Mellow Mood & the Vulgate Bible (never printed).

 

Balch, Janet (Jacks)

 

4 letters, 1929-1930. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Bancroft Library

 

Letter, Oct. 28, 1937. Written by H. I. Priestley Re Forbes' California.

 

Barham, Frank Forrest, 1879-

 

3 letters, 1933-1934. Letter, June 23, 1934, written for him. Re The Lighthouse and Life of George Hearst.

 

Barker, Burt Brown

 

2 letters, 1931. Written while Vice-President, University of Oregon. Re In Mellow Mood.

 

Barrows, David Prescott, 1873-

 

Letter, Dec. 28, 1920. Written while President, University of California. Written for him by his secretary. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Barry, John Daniel, 1866-1942

 

Letter, Sept. 2, 1915

 

Barry, William Henry

 

Letter, Mar. 6, 1931

 

Beach, Seneca C.

 

Letter, Dec. 18, 1923. Written while Manager, Master Printers Association, inviting Nash to speak at their meeting on Jan. 15, 1924.

 

Beal, Junius Emery, 1860-

 

3 letters, 1928-1931. Re A Toast to the Ladies, Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press & In Mellow Mood.

 

Beaman, Alexander Gaylord Emmons, 1885-

 

6 letters, 1928-1931 & n. d. Re Little Willie, Laudes Virgilianae & Now I Am Come To Sixty Years.

 

Beckett, Garner A., 1891-

 

Letter, Dec. 24, 1929. Written while Secretary-Treasurer, Zamorano Club.

 

Bekeart, Philip Baldwin, 1861-1936

 

5 letters, 1925-1934. Re The Heathen Chinee, The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & Life of George Hearst.

 

Belgium. Bibliothèque Royale

 

2 letters, 1930. Written in French. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Bender, Albert Maurice, 1866-1941

 

8 letters, 1913-1931 & n. d. Re Life of Dante, The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & Life of George Hearst.

 

Benton, Morris F.

See American Type Founders Company

 

Berkeley, Calif Public Library

See Smith, Susan T.

 

Berry, Frank B.

See American Type Founders Company

 

Bickford, Walter Mansur, 1852-

 

Letter, Jan. 5, 1927

 

Bird, Remsen Dubois, 1888-

 

17 letters, 1928-1938. Written while President, Occidental College. Several letters written for him by his secretary. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri, The Lighthouse & other books.

 

Black, Winifred (Sweet), 1869-1936

 

2 letters, 1934. Re Life of George Hearst.

 

Blake, James D.

 

14 letters, 1912-1929 & n. d. Re Barney McGee, The New World & other books.

 

Bliss, Leslie Edgar, 1890-1977

See Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.

 

Blythe, Samuel George, 1868-

 

3 letters, 1926-1929. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth, George Sterling Memorial & Little Willie.

 

Bohemian Club, San Francisco

 

4 letters, 1925-1934. Written by C. M. Oddie, C. G. Yale & J. S. Thompson. Re The Heathen Chinee & To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle.

 

Bolton, Herbert Eugene, 1870-1953

 

Letter, Nov. 26, 1937. Re Bidwell's A Journey to California.

 

Bourn, Agnes M.

 

12 letters, 1924-1929 & n. d. Re The Heathen Chinee, Sonnets From the Portuguese & other books. With these. letter written by W. B. Bourn, Feb. 7, 1925.

 

Boyer, C. Valentine

 

2 letters, 1937-1939.

 

Boynton, Albert Eugene, 1875-1945

 

9 letters, 1919-1934. Re The New World, Ecclesiastes & other books.

 

Bradford, Harriet, 1893-

 

Letter, [June 14, 1934] Written on Nell U. O'Day's letter to her. Re Life of George Hearst.

 

Braly, Elizabeth Madison

 

Letter, June 24, 1934. Re Life of George Hearst.

 

Brayton, Harold

 

Letter, Jan. 20, 1931. Re Ode to Martin Merle.

 

Bremer, Anne M.

 

2 letters, 1919 & n.d. Re The New World & Barney McGee.

 

Brenon, Herbert, 1880-

 

Telegram, Mar. 11, 1931.

 

Brewer, William Augustus, 1863-

 

2 letters, 1913-1915.

 

Bridgeport, Conn. Public Library

See Sanborn, Henry Nichols, 1879-1926

 

Bridges, Edith

 

7 letters, 1921-1926 & n. d. Re The Heathen Chinee, A Toast to the Ladies, & Ina Coolbrith's California.

 

Brisbane, Arthur, 1864-1936

 

3 letters, 1930-1934. Letter (copy), June 16, 1930, written to J. F. Neylan. Letter, Feb. 17, 1934, written to [E. D. ?] Coblentz.

 

Brobeck, William Irvin, 1869-1927

 

2 letters, 1924-1925. Re The Heathen Chinee, The Silverado Squatters, & Sonnets From the Portuguese.

 

Broemmel, George Martin

 

Letter, Mar. 6, 1931.

 

Brookings Institution, Washington, D. C.

See Hall, Arnold Bennett

 

Brooks, Jerome E.

See Rosenbach Company

 

Brooks, Van Wyck, 1886-

 

3 letters, 1923-1924. Re Life of Dante.

 

Brower, Marcus

 

3 letters, 1922-1929. Re The Heathen Chinee & The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Brown, Hubert Rutherford

 

Letter, Feb. 13, 1930. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Brown University. John Carter Brown Library

See Wroth, Lawrence Counselman

 

Brownell, William Crary, 1851-

 

Letter, Feb. 3, 1921. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Bruce, Harold

 

2 letters, 1923 & n. d. Re Dickens in Camp & Life of Dante.

 

Bullen, Grace R. [Mrs. Henry Lewis Bullen]

 

Letter, Feb. 25, 1938

 

Bullen, Henry Lewis, 1857-1938

 

62 letters, 1912-1934. Written mainly while Librarian, Typographic Library and Museum of the American Type Founders Company. Several letters (copies) written to others. Relate to many of Nash's publications.

See also American Type Founders Company

 

Bumpus (John & Edward) Ltd.

 

4 letters, 1930. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press.

 

Bundschu, Walter B.

 

Letter, Apr. 3, 1929. Re Little Willie.

 

Burkhardt, Wilbur Neil, 1889-

 

Letter, July 31, 1933. Copy, written to J. W. Coffroth. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth.

 

Burn, Walter Lewis

 

4 letters, 1922-1924 & n. d. Re Tamerlane.

 

Bush, Stephen Hayes, 1878-

 

Letter, Mar. 2, 1926. Re To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle.

 

Butler, Nicholas Murray, 1862-

 

7 letters, 1920-1930 & n. d. Re Ecclesiastes, George Sterling Memorial & other books.

 

Bynner, Witter, 1881-

 

5 letters, 1918-1924. Re A Canticle of Praise & The New World.

 

California. Governor

See Richardson, Friend William

 

California. State Library, Sacramento

 

42 letters, 1917-1941 & n. d. Written mainly by M. J. Ferguson, J. L. Gillis, M. R. Gillis & C. Wenzel. Several letters, 1934, were written while M. J. Ferguson was Chief Librarian, Brooklyn Public Library. Several letters written to others. Relate to many of Nash's publications.

 

California. University. President

See Barrows, David Prescott, Campbell, William Wallace, Sproul, Robert Gordon

 

California. University, Berkeley. Library

 

29 letters, 1920-1936. Written mainly by H. L. Leupp, S. B. Mitchell & J. C. Rowell Several letters (copies) written to others. Relate to many of Nash's publications.

 

California. University. Press

See Farquhar, Samuel Thaxter

 

California Committee For Relief in Belgium and France

See Harker, Sara D.

 

California Committee For Relief in Serbia and Northern France

See Harker, Sara D.

 

California Historical Society

 

2 letters, 1926. Written by D. H. Huggins, Corresponding Secretary. Letter, Oct. 14, written to Nell U. O'Day

 

Cameron, George Toland, 1873-1955

 

Letter, Mar. 10, 1931.

 

Campbell, William Wallace, 1862-1938

 

9 letters, 1925-1934. Written mainly while President, University of California. Several letters written to others. Re A Franklin Keepsake, Benjamin Franklin, An American Printer & other publications.

 

Cannon, Carl Leslie, 1888-

See New York (City). Public Library

 

Capponi, Agnes Mannucci Benincasa

 

Letter [Aug. 30, 1929] Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Carr, Ashton L.

 

9 letters, 1927-1930. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri, Sonnets From the Portuguese & other books.

 

Carrigan, Andrew, 1866-

 

Letter, Jan. 29, 1931.

 

Carruth, William W.

 

Letter, Aug. 19, 1924. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Carter, George Henry, 1874-

See U. S. Government Printing Office

 

Cate, Chester M.

 

4 letters, 1922-1924. Re Life of Dante.

 

Catlin, John C.

 

Letter, Feb. 2, 1921. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Cerf, Bennett Alfred, 1898-

See Random House, Inc.

 

Chandler, Harry, 1864-

 

Letter, June 21, 1924. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Chipman, Miner

 

5 letters, 1922-1931. Re Life of Dante & In Mellow Mood. Letter [May 8, 1925] written on Nash's letter to him.

 

Church, Lincoln Sheridan, 1865-

 

Letter, Mar. 17, 1931. Signed also by Rosalie Church.

 

Clark, Charles Walker, 1871-

 

8 letters, 1916-1931 & n. d. Letter, Mar. 4, 1925, written to Mae Hartmann.

 

Clark, Edward Hardy, 1864-1945

 

Letter, Sept. 1, 1933. Re Life of George Hearst.

 

Clark, William Andrews, 1877-1934

 

67 letters, 1919-1934. Several letters written to others. Many letters thank Nash for sending copies of his publications. Others concern books & Christmas cards which Nash printed for him. With these: 5 letters, 1934-1935, re his estate.

 

Clary, William Webb, 1888-

 

2 letters, 1929. Letter, Sept. 26, written to Nell U. O'Day. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & Little Willie.

 

Cleary, Alfred J.

See San Francisco. Chief Administrative Officer

 

Cleland, Thomas Maitland, 1880-

 

4 letters, 1920-1925.

 

Clover, Samuel Travers, 1859-

 

Letter, Dec. 30, 1922. Re Life of Dante.

 

Cobden-Sanderson, Anne, 1853-1926 [Mrs. Thomas James Cobden-Sanderson]

 

2 letters, 1926. Re Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press.

 

Cobden-Sanderson, Richard

 

6 letters, 1926-1930. Re Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press.

 

Cobden-Sanderson, Thomas James, 1840-1922

 

Letter, June 24, 1914. Copy, written to W. R. K. Young.

 

Coblentz, Edmond David, 1882-1959

 

3 letters, 1929-1934. Letter, Aug. 14, 1934, written to Nell U. O'Day. Re Little Willie & Life of George Hearst.

 

Coblentz, Harry E.

 

Letter, Sept. 17, 1926. Re Bene Dictum, Benedicte.

 

Cochran, George Ira, 1863-

 

Letter, May 6, 1926.

 

Coffroth, James W.

 

75 letters, 1925-1933. Some letters written to Nell U. O'Day, Edward F. O'Day & others. Several letters written for him. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth & other books. With these: letter (copy) from unidentified correspondent, Feb. 24, 1926, written to Coffroth.

 

Cohn, Max M.

 

3 letters, 1916-1922. Re Life of Dante.

 

Colburn, Frona Eunice Wait (Smith), 1859-

 

Letter, July 17, 1939.

 

Cole, George Watson, 1850-

 

8 letters, 1921-1929. Re Ecclesiastes, Life of Dante & other books.

 

Cole, L. Averill

 

Letter, Jan. 6, 1913.

 

Cole, Louis Maurice, 1870-

 

2 letters, 1929. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Collier, Allen, d. 1927

 

2 letters, 1926. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice. With these: Letter, Jan. 24, 1928, by Mrs. Collier.

 

Colton, Louis A.

 

2 letters, 1919-1934. Re The New World & The Lighthouse.

 

Coney, Donald, 1901-

See North Carolina. University. Library.

 

Conlin, Thomas

 

Letter, Sept. 21, 1926. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth.

 

Coolbrith, Ina Donna, 1842-1928

 

2 letters, 1922-1927.

See also Typescript of her introduction to The Heathen Chinee (Carton 1).

 

Coolidge, Mary Elizabeth Burroughs (Roberts) Smith, 1860-1945

 

Letter, May 18, 1924. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Cordis, Thomas E.

 

Letter, Jan. 15, 1934. Re The Lighthouse.

 

Cornell University. Library

 

4 letters, 1923-1932. Letters, 1930-1932, written by Otto Kinkeldey, Librarian. Re Life of Dante, The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & other books.

 

Cowan, Robert Ernest, 1862-1942

 

12 letters, 1915-1935. Letter, Jan. 20, 1933, signed also by Robert G. Cowan. Re A Bibliography of the History of California, 1510-1930 & other books.

 

Cowan, Robert Granniss

See Cowan, Robert Ernest

 

Cowles, Thomas

 

2 letters, 1926. Re To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle.

 

Coy, Owen Cochran, 1884-1952

 

Letter, Feb. 15, 1940. Accepting Nash's request to write an introduction to Annals of Trinity County.

 

Coyle, Eudora

 

Letter, n. d. Re To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle.

 

Coyle, Ray Frederick, 1886-1924

 

4 letters, 1913-1923. Re A Tragedy in Printers Ink, A Ha! Christmas & other books.

 

Creed, Wigginton Ellis, 1877-1927

 

Letter, Dec. 24, 1926. Re George Sterling Memorial.

 

Crocker, Templeton, 1884-1948

 

3 letters, 1935 & n. d.

 

Crum, Bartley Cavanaugh, 1900-1959

 

Letter, May 22, 1933

 

Cumming, Joseph M.

 

Letter, Jan. 17, 1917. Re The Ideal Book.

 

Cunha, Marian (Sterling)

 

Letter, Mar. 19, 1927. Thanking Nash for sending her a copy of H. L. Mencken's tribute to her brother, George Sterling, which he printed.

 

Cushing, Charles S., d. 1946

See Society of California Pioneers

 

Cutler, Leland Whitman, 1885-

 

4 letters, 1931-1938

 

Cutten, Charles Pryde, 1875-

 

4 letters, 1926-1929. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice, To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle & other books.

 

Daniels, Mark Roy, 1881-

 

9 letters, 1927-1933. Several letters written for him. Letter, Nov. 28, 1933, written to Aileen. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth & The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Darrow, Clarence S., 1857-

 

Letter, Jan. 17, [1921?] Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Dartmouth College. Library

 

10 letters, 1924-1934. Written by Harold G. Rugg, Assistant Librarian. Letter, Apr. 22, 1924, written to George Sterling. Letter, Dec. 14, 1926, is a copy. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice & Dibdin's Ghost.

 

Davis, Harry F.

 

Letter, Dec. 31, 1920. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Davis, James R.

 

Letter, Dec. 26, 1919

 

Davis, John Francis, 1859-1930

 

6 letters, 1916-1928. Re Ecclesiastes & An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth.

 

Davis, William Hawley, 1880-

 

Letter, Feb. 6, 1931. Written while Editor, Stanford University Press

 

Dawson, Ernest, 1882-

See Dawson's Bookshop

 

Dawson's Bookshop

 

36 letters, 1924-1934. Written by Ernest Dawson & others. Some letters written to Nell U. O'Day & Mae Hartmann. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice and The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Deems, Charles P.

 

3 letters, 1917-1920. Re The Ideal Book, Sermon On the Mount & other books.

 

Deeney, Cornelius

 

3 letters, 1930. Re Laudes Virgilianae.

 

Denicke, Ernest Henry, 1876-

 

Letter, n. d. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

De Ricci, Seymour

 

Letter, Mar. 5, 1924

 

De Roos, S. H.

 

6 letters, 1922-1930. Re Life of Dante & Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press.

 

Deutsch, Monroe Emanuel, 1879-1955

 

Letter, Aug. 3, 1937. Written while Vice-President, University of California. Thanking Nash for giving some of his books, pamphlets & broadsides to The Bancroft Library.

 

Dick, Christian Robertson, 1883-

See University of Southern California

 

Dill, Marshall

 

Letter, Mar. 11, 1931

 

Dimond, Madeleine (Sterling)

 

Letter, Mar. 15, 1927. Thanking Nash for sending her a copy of H. L. Mencken's tribute to her brother, George Sterling, which he printed.

 

Dixon, Maynard, 1875-1946

 

Letter, Apr. 18, 1923

 

Doane, Thomas H.

 

2 letters, 1919-1926. Re The New World & To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle. Letter, June 23, 1926, transmits copy of his letter to J. W. Coffroth.

 

Dobie, Charles Caldwell, 1881-1943

 

Letter, July 16, 1921. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Dodge, Harrison H.

 

2 letters, 1934. Re Life of George Hearst.

 

Doheny, Estelle

 

6 letters, 1931-1934. Several letters written for her by her secretary. Re Laudes Virgilianae, In Mellow Mood & The Lighthouse.

 

Doran, Daniel E.

 

Letter, June 2, 1924. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Douglass, M. H.

See Oregon. University. Library

 

Drake (James F.) Inc.

 

12 letters, 1926-1931. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice, Dibdin's Ghost & other books.

 

Dreier, Thomas

See Printing Art

 

Drum, John Sylvester, 1872-

 

3 letters, 1927. Re Dibdin's Ghost & George Sterling Memorial.

 

Duffy, James B.

 

Letter, Jan. 18, 1927. Written to Nell U. O'Day. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth.

 

Dunlap, Boutwell, 1877-

 

2 letters, 1921-1926. Re Ecclesiastes & Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice.

 

Dunn, George W.

 

Letter, Apr. 24, 1939. Re Religio Medici.

 

Dunn, Harvey Hopkins

 

8 letters, 1926-1930. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice, An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth & the Bible.

 

Duperu, Alphonse M.

 

11 letters, 1917-1931. Re The Ideal Book, The New World & other books.

 

Durkee, Rodney S.

 

Letter, Jan. 26, 1914. Re A Ha! Christmas.

 

Ege, Hettie B.

 

Letter, May 16, 1924. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Ehrman, B. Charles

 

3 letters, 1922-1929. Re Life of Dante.

 

Ehrman, Sidney Myer, 1873-

 

4 letters, 1927-1930. Re The Comedy of Dante Aligheri, A Toast to the Ladies & The Arrogant Youth.

 

Elder, Paul, 1872-

 

2 letters, 1913, 1941

 

Elliott, George A.

 

Letter, Mar. 14, 1931

 

Ellis, Arthur McDonald, 1875-

 

11 letters, 1926-1930. Letter, Apr. 26, 1926, written for him. Re To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle, Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice & other books.

 

Elsey, Fred T.

 

Letter, July 12, 1935. Re Life and Personality of Phoebe Apperson Hearst & Life of George Hearst.

 

Emerson, Guy, 1886-

 

2 letters, 1927. Letter, Mar. 29, written for him by his secretary. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice.

 

Emmett, Burton

 

14 letters, 1922-1931. Several letters written for him by his secretary. Re Life of Dante, The Silverado Squatters and other books.

 

Erb, Donald Milton, 1900-

See Oregon. University. President

 

Esberg, Alfred I., 1870-

 

Letter, Sept. 17, 1923. Re Dickens in Camp.

 

Esberg, Milton Herman, 1875-1939

 

8 letters, 1915-1931. Letter, July 1, 1926, written for him by his secretary. Letter, Sept. 3, 1915, written to Blair-Murdock Co. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree, Sonnets From the Portuguese & other books.

 

Estrada, Francisco

 

Letter, July 10, 1934. Re Life of George Hearst.

 

Esty, Thomas B.

 

Letter, Mar. 9, 1931.

 

Fairbanks, Thomas Nast

See Japan Paper Company

 

Falk, Adrien Joseph, 1884-1971

 

3 letters, 1925-1926. Re Sonnets From the Portuguese, To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle & An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth.

 

Farquhar, Francis Peloubet, 1887-1974

 

Letter, Oct. 30, 1928. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth.

 

Farquhar, Samuel Thaxter, 1890-1949

 

5 letters, 1933-1941. Several letters written while Manager, University of California Press. Letter, Oct. 17, 1941, written for him by his secretary. Re Journey to California & other books.

 

Farrar, Fred M.

 

Letter, Jan. 6, 1920. Re The New World.

 

Farrow, John Villiers, 1906-

 

Letter, Aug. 9, 1939. Written to Mrs. Nash. Re Nash printing a deluxe edition of his book.

 

Fass, John S.

 

Letter, Apr. 5, 1930. Re Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press.

 

Fay, Paul B.

 

2 letters, 1931-1932.

 

Ferguson, Milton James, 1879-

See California. State Library, Sacramento

 

Field, Charles Kellogg, 1873-

 

8 letters, 1914-1929. Re Ecclesiastes, Lake Isle of Innisfree & other books.

 

Field, Elliott B.

 

Letter, Feb. 17, 1921. Re Ecclesiastes & The Vintage Festival.

 

Field, Sara Bard, 1882-1974

 

2 letters, 1920-1921. Re Ecclesiastes & The Vintage Festival.

 

Filmer, William P.

 

2 letters, 1928-1929. Letter, May 18, 1929, written for him by his secretary. Re A Toast to the Ladies & Little Willie.

 

Finley, John Huston, 1863-1940

 

5 letters, 1929. Letter, Sept. 30, written for him by his secretary. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Fish, Williston, 1858-

 

Letter, Jan. 17, 1931. Re In Mellow Mood.

 

Flader, Louis

 

2 letters, 1929. Re Little Willie & The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Flammer, Charles, 1881-

 

Letter, Dec. 29, 1920

 

Fleishhacker, Herbert, 1872-1968

 

Letter, Jan. 22, 1934. Re The Lighthouse.

 

Fleishhacker, May Belle (Greenbaum) [Mrs. Herbert Fleishhacker]

 

2 letters, 1922-1931. Re Life of Dante.

 

Fleishhacker, Mortimer, 1866-

 

2 letters, 1931-1934. Re The Lighthouse.

 

Flint, Anne Drusilla (Apperson) [Mrs. Joseph Marshall Flint]

 

Letter, July 4, 1934. Re Life of George Hearst.

 

Folger, Enery Clay, 1857-

 

6 letters, 1921-1923. Letter, Feb. 23, 1921, written for him by his secretary. Re Ecclesiastes, Life of Dante & Dickens in Camp.

 

Foote, Henry Stuart

 

Letter, Jan. 12, 1931

 

Foran, Frank J.

 

4 letters, 1926-1932

 

Ford, John Anson, 1883-

 

Letter, Mar. 12, 1926. Re If It Were Today.

 

Frazier, Julius Leroy, 1885-

See Inland Printer

 

French, George, 1853-

 

2 letters, 1912

 

French, W. H.

 

6 letters, 1929-1930. Re Little Willie, The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & Cobden Sanderson and the Doves Press.

 

Fuller, George Washington, 1876-

See Spokane, Wash. Public Library

 

Gallwey, John, 1863-

 

Letter, Jan. 14, 1931

 

Gandy, Lewis C.

 

22 letters, 1910-1926. Letter, Apr. 9, 1925, written to Mae Hartmann. Letter, June 21, 1926, written to Nell U. O'Day. Re The Raven, The Green Knight & other books.

 

Garnett, Porter, 1871-1951

 

Letter, n. d. Re A Canticle of Praise.

 

Gelber, Leon

See Gelber, Lilienthal Inc.

 

Gelber, Lilienthal, Inc.

 

9 letters, 1920-1930. Written by L. Gelber & T. M. Lilienthal. Re Life of Dante, Dickens in Camp & other books.

 

Getz, Estelle C. [Mrs. Milton E. Getz]

 

6 letters, 1926-1930 & n. d. Re Little Willie, The Comedy of Dante Alighieri, & Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press.

 

Ghirardelli, Alfred

 

Letter, July 10, 1925. Written to E. F. O'Day. Written while Secretary, The Family, confirming Nash's election as Resident Member.

 

Giannini, Amadeo Peter, 1870-1949

 

2 letters, 1934-1936. Letter, Jan. 23, 1934, written for him by his son. Re The Lighthouse.

 

Gilbert, James Henry, 1878-

See Oregon. University

 

Gillis, James Louis, 1857-1917

See California. State Library, Sacramento

 

Gillis, Mabel Ray, 1882-

See California. State Library, Sacramento

 

Gilliss, Walter

 

10 letters, 1919-1925. Letter, Jan. 27, 1925, written for him by his brother. Re The New World, Ecclesiastes & other books.

 

Glaser, Edward L.

 

Letter, Apr. 24., 1930. Re Little Willie & Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press.

 

Gleeson, Richard A., 1861-1945

 

Letter, Oct. 27, 1932.

 

Glyn, Elinor (Sutherland), 1865-1943

 

2 letters, 1927. Letter, Apr. 1, written for her by her secretary. Re Sonnets From the Portuguese.

 

Goodwin, Cardinal Leonidas, 1880-

 

Letter, May 14, 1924. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Grabhorn, Edwin, 1889-1968

 

Letter, Jan. 24, 1921. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Granniss, Ruth Sheppard

See Grolier Club, New York

 

Graphic Arts

See Johnson, Henry L.

 

Gratke, John E.

 

Letter, May 30, 1924. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Gray, David B.

 

5 letters, 1917-1931. Re Barney McGee, Ecclesiastes & other books.

 

Graydon, Katherine Merrill

 

3 letters, 1929 & n. d. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Greene, Belle Da Costa

See Pierpont Morgan Library, New York

 

Greenhood, David

 

2 letters, 1930-1931. Re Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press.

 

Gregory, Alice (Sterling)

 

Letter, Mar. 12, 1929. Thanking Nash for sending her a copy of H. L. Meneken's tribute to her brother, George Sterling, which he printed.

 

Gress, Edmund G.

 

6 letters, 1912-1925. Written while Associate Editor &, later, Editor, The American Printer. Letter, Jan. 24, 1925, written for him. Re Life of Dante, Dickens in Camp & other books.

 

Gribbel, John

 

9 letters, 1923-1929. Letter, Aug. 22, 1929, written for him by his secretary. Re Dickens in Camp, Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice & other books.

 

Griggs, Edward Howard

 

Letter, Sept. 13, 1929. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri. With these: Printed circular re The Comedy. . . published by World Book Co.

 

Grolier Club, New York

 

11 letters, 1922-1934. Written mainly by R. S. Granniss, Librarian. Re Life of Dante, Lake Isle of Innisfree & other books.

 

Grover, Edwin Osgood, 1870-

 

Letter, Apr. 30, 1927. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice.

 

Guck, Homer, 1878-1949

 

Letter, Mar. 18, 1929. Written to Nell U. O'Day

 

Gunst, Aline D.

 

Letter, n. d.

 

Gunst, Morgan A.

 

4 letters, 1921-1927. Letter, Apr. 15, 1926, written for him by his secretary. Re Ecclesiastes, Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice & other books.

 

Gurney, Hilary

 

Letter, Aug. 19, 1930. Re Little Willie.

 

Hadden, David

 

3 letters, 1915-1926.

 

Hale, Ralph Tracy, 1880-

 

Letter, Jan. 2, 1918. Re Barney McGee.

 

Hall, Arnold Bennett, 1881-1936

 

3 letters, 1928-1934. Letters, 1928-1932, written while President, University of Oregon. Letter, 1934, written while Director, Brookings Institution. Re The Bible, The Lighthouse, & A Toast to the Ladies. With these: Letter, Apr. 14, 193[7?] written by his wife.

 

Hall, Robert C.

See Oregon. University. Press

 

Hamill, Alfred Ernest, 1883-

 

9 letters, 1922-1928. Letter, Feb. 23, 1926, written to Mae Hartmann. Re Ecclesiastes, Life of Dante & other books.

 

Hamill, Charles Humphrey, 1868-

 

12 letters, 1921-1930. Re Ecclesiastes, The Silverado Squatters & other books.

 

Hamilton, Edward H.

 

4 letters, 1927-1931. Re A Toast to the Ladies & Life of George Hearst. With these: 2 letters, 1929-1934, from Mrs. Hamilton.

 

Hanna, Edward Joseph, 1860-1944

 

2 letters, 1920-1929. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri. With these: Christmas card, n. d.

 

Hardee, Theodore, 1868-

 

2 letters, 1918-1920. Re Barney McGee & Ecclesiastes.

 

Harker, Catherine

 

3 letters, 1920-1922. Re Life of Dante & catalog for Miss Harker's School, Palo Alto.

 

Harker, Sara D.

 

3 letters, 1918-1923. Letter, Dec. 27, 1918, written while Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, California Committee For Relief in Belgium and France. Letter, Jan. 7, 1920, written while Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, California Committee For Relief in Serbia and Northern France.

 

Harris, Carroll Timanus, 1891-1975

 

Letter, Mar. 21, 1929

 

Harris, John F.

 

9 letters, 1933-1934. Letter, Apr. 26, 1935, written for him. Re In Mellow Mood & L ittle Willie.

 

Harris, L. A.

See Ames Harris Neville Co.

 

Hart, Alice Ann (Clark), 1871-

 

Note, June 12, 1924. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Hart, James David, 1911-

 

3 letters, n. d. One letter, written to [J. W. ] Coffroth, contains note from him to [Nell U. ] O'Day. Two letters written to [Nell U. ] O'Day. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth & Little Willie.

 

Hawes, Henry Quinby, 1888-

 

2 letters, 1923-1924. Re Life of Dante & Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Hearst, William Randolph, 1863-1951

 

28 letters, 1927-1941. Mainly written for him by his secretary, Joseph Willicombe. Re Life of George Hearst, Life and Personality of Phoebe Apperson Hearst and other books.

See also Neylan, John Francis

 

Heartman, Charles F.

 

Letter, Feb. 12, 1930. Written to H. L. Bullen.

 

Heller, Clara (Hellman)

 

2 letters, 1927 & n. d. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Heller, Emanuel Siegfried, 1865-1926

 

10 letters, 1920-1925. Re Ecclesiastes, Barney McGee & other books.

 

Henry, William Elmer, 1857-1936

 

14 letters, 1929-1930. Several letters written to Nell U. o'day. Re Little Willie, The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & other books.

 

Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery

 

22 letters, 1926-1942. Written mainly by L. E. Bliss. Re To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle, The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & other books.

 

Hermitage, William H.

 

2 letters, 1921 & n. d. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Heron, Flodden W.

 

11 letters, 1930-1934. Several letters (copies) written to others. Re Mr. Strahan' s Dinner Party & The Lighthouse.

 

Higgins, Marvin R.

 

3 letters, 1925-1928. Re A Toast to the Ladies.

 

Hill, Phoebe Hearst

 

Letter, June 20, 1934. Re Life of George Hearst.

 

Hill, Walter M.

 

7 letters, 1922-1931. Several letters written for him. Letter, Jan. 16, 1925, written to Mae Hartmann. Re Life of Dante, The Heathen Chinee & George Sterling Memorial.

 

Hilles, Florence (Bayard)

 

Letter, [June 24, 1934]

 

Hillman, Harry

See Inland Printer

 

Hobart, Clark

 

Letter, Feb. 8, 1923. Re Life of Dante.

 

Hodgson, Caspar Wistar, 1868-

See World Book Company

 

Hoeber, Harold H.

 

2 letters, 1931 & n. d.

 

Hollis, George S.

 

Letter, Jan. 21, 1921. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Holme, Garnet

 

Letter, Mar. 7, 1921. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Holt, Guy, 1892-

 

Letter, Jan. 3, 1927. Re To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle.

 

Holtyzer, Ernest

 

Letter, Jan. 17, 1934.

 

Honig, Louis

 

6 letters, 1926-1931. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & Trial of the Wine-Brewers.

 

Honigbaum, Alfred

 

2 letters, 1926. Written for him by F. Allen. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice.

 

Honolulu, Hawaii. Academy of Arts

 

3 letters, 1930-1934. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri, In Mellow Mood & The Lighthouse.

 

Hooe, Edith D.

 

Letter, [June 19, 1934]

 

Hoover, Herbert Clark, 1874-

 

2 letters, 1929-1931. Written for him by his secretary, Lawrence Richey. Letter, Aug. 30, 1929, written to Nell U. O'day. Re In Mellow Mood.

 

Hopper, Franklin Ferguson, 1878-

See New York (City). Public Library

 

Hornby, Charles Harry St. John, 1867-1946

 

7 letters, 1923-1929. Several letters written to Mae Hartmann. Re Life of Dante, The Heathen Chinee & other books.

 

Howard, Clara E.

 

Letter, Jan. 25, 1934. Written while Dean, Library School, Emory University.

 

Howard, John Galen, 1864-1931

 

4 letters, 1913-1930. Re The New World & Ecclesiastes.

 

Howe, Will David, 1873-

See Scribner's (Charles) Sons

 

Howell, John Gilson, 1874-

 

Letter, July 10, 1941. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Hoyt, Edwin Palmer, 1897-

See The Oregonian

 

Huggins, Dorothy Harriet

See California Historical Society

 

Hunt, Haywood H.

 

2 letters, 1927 & n. d. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice.

 

Hunter, Frederick Maurice, 1879-

See Oregon. State Board of Higher Education

 

Huntington, Henry Edwards, 1850-1927

 

6 letters, 1919-1924. Re The New World, Ecclesiastes & Life of Dante.

 

Hurst, Victor W.

 

3 letters, 1929. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Inland Printer

 

15 letters, 1922-1930. Written mainly by J. L. Frazier & H. Hillman. Re Life of Dante, Lake Isle of Innisfree & other books.

 

International Typographical Union

See Lynch, James M.

 

Italica

See Austin, Herbert Douglas

 

Italy America Society. San Francisco Branch

 

Letter, May 3, 1929. Written by Esther A. Rossi, Secretary. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Jackling, Daniel Cowan, 1869-1956

 

Letter, Jan. 5, 1921. Re Ecclesiastes. With this: Letter, n. d. by Mrs. Jackling

 

Japan Paper Company

 

48 letters, 1910-1934. Written mainly by T. N. Fairbanks & R. T. Stevens. Letter, Sept. 15, 1928, is a copy. Letter, Feb. 24, 1926, written to Mae Hartmann. Re many Nash publications.

 

Jenkinson, Richard C., 1853-1930

 

8 letters, 1926-1929. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice, An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth & other books. With these: Letter, Oct. 4, 1930, written by his secretary re his death.

 

Johns, William Hingston, 1868-

 

3 letters, 1918-1919. Letter, Oct. 29, 1918, written to S. P. Johnston. Re Barney McGee & A Canticle of Praise.

 

Johnson, Henry L.

 

Letter, Sept. 7, 1911. Written while Editor, The Graphic Arts.

 

Johnson, Hiram Warren, 1866-1945

 

3 letters, 1930. Letter (copy), Jan. 14, written to J. F. Neylan.

 

Johnson, Walter Perry, 1862-

 

Letter, Oct. 26, 1932

 

Johnston, Edward

 

2 letters, 1926. Written to Mrs. Cobden-Sanderson.

 

Johnston, Samuel P.

 

10 letters, 1915-1929. Letter, Oct. 1, 1923, written to Mae Hartmann. Re Barney McGee, The New World & other books.

 

Jones, George William, 1860-1942

 

10 letters, 1922-1930. Letter, June 12, 1925, written to Mae Hartmann. Re Life of Dante, Dickens in Camp & other books.

 

Joyce, William Henry, 1868-1941

 

Letter, Jan. 22, 1931

 

Kales, Arthur F.

 

3 letters, 1920-1922. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Kauffman, Sylvan S.

 

4 letters, 1926-1929. Two letters written for him by his secretary. Re Little Willie & The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Keeler, Charles B.

 

3 letters, 1926. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice & Anthology of Effort.

 

Keep, Rosalind Amelia, 1881-

 

4 letters, 1923-1939. Written while holding several positions at Mills College. Letter, May 28, 1923, concerns his becoming an honorary member of the Mills College Alumnae Association. Other letters re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Kemp, William McGhee

 

Letter, Oct. 12, 1932

 

Kennedy, John M.

 

Letter, Mar. 13, 1931

 

Kennerley, Mitchell, 1878-

 

15 letters, 1919-1929 & n. d. Letter, [Aug. 27, 1929], written on letter to him from Nell U. O'Day. Re The New World, Barney McGee & other books.

 

Kenyon, Frederic George

 

Letter, Nov. 7, 1930

 

Kern, Jerome David, 1885-

 

Letter, Feb. 10, 1923. Re Life of Dante.

 

Kerr, Willis Holmes, 1880-

See Pomona College, Claremont, Calif Library

 

Kerrigan, Frank Henry, 1868-1935

 

Letter, Aug. 23, 1926. Written to Nell U. O'Day. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth

 

Kinkeldey, Otto, 1878-

See Cornell University. Library

 

Kleinsmid, Rufus Bernhard von, 1875-

 

2 letters, 1929-1940. Written while President, University of Southern California.

 

Klitgaard, Christen Julius, 1882-

 

Letter, Jan. 27, 1925. Re The Heathen Chinee.

 

Knopf, Alfred A. A., 1892-

 

4 letters, 1926-1930. Two letters written for him. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice & Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press.

 

Knopf (Alfred A) Inc.

See Knopf, Alfred A.

 

Kofoid, Charles Atwood, 1865-1947

 

Letter, Jan. 25, 1927. Copy, written to J. W. Coffroth. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth.

 

Koshland, Daniel Edward, 1892-

 

3 letters, 1929-1934. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Koster, Frederick Jacob, 1868-

 

Letter, Oct. 27, 1932

 

Kroeber, Alfred Louis, 1876-1960

 

Letter, Oct. 9, 1934. Re Life of George Hearst.

 

Krueger, Howard H.

 

Letter, Mar. 23, 1931. Written while Managing Editor, Oakland Post Enquirer.

 

Kurtz, Benjamin Putnam

 

Letter, Jan. 12, 1914. Re A Ha! Christmas & A Tragedy in Printer's Ink.

 

Lafler, Henry Anderson

 

Letter, Dec. 21, 1916

 

La Gorce, John Oliver, 1880-

 

Letter, Jan. 11, 1928. Re A Toast to the Ladies.

 

Lane, Laurence William, 1890-

 

Letter, Jan. 31, 1934. Written for him by his secretary. Re The Lighthouse.

 

Lane, Robert Frederick

 

Letter, May 31, 1938. Copy, written to M. H. Douglass.

 

Langdon, William Henry, 1873-1939

 

Letter, Oct. 21, 1932

 

Lange, Dorothea, 1895-1965

 

Letter, [Jan?] 18, 1934

 

Langstroth, Charles S.

 

Letter, Feb. 19, 1939

 

Lanston Monotype Machine Co.

 

2 letters, 1923. Re Adonais & Life of Dante.

 

Lawler, Oscar, 1875-

 

Letter, June 7, 1926. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice.

 

Lawrence, Ellis Fuller, 1879-1946

 

4 letters, 1925-1942. Letter, May 22, 1925, thanks Nash for giving an etching press the School of Architecture and Allied Arts, University of Oregon. Other letters concern A Campus Vacation, A Lesson in Courage & To Remember Arnold Bennett Hall.

 

Lee, John Thomas

 

3 letters, 1926. Letter, Nov. 8, written to H. L. Bullen. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice.

 

Le Hand, M. A.

See Roosevelt, Franklin Delano

 

Lerner, Abe

 

Letter, July 10, 1930. Re The Nuremberg Chronicle.

 

Leroy, Joseph Faunt

 

2 letters, 1921-1925. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Leupp, Harold Lewis, 1877-1952

See California. University, Berkeley. Library

 

Levison, Jacob Bertha, 1862-

 

2 letters, 1931-1934. Re In Mellow Mood & The Lighthouse.

 

Lewis, Oscar, 1893-

 

2 letters, 1925 & n. d. Re The Heathen Chinee.

 

Library Journal

 

Letter, Oct. 22, 1926. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice.

 

Liebes, Leon

 

Letter, Dec. 24, 1920. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Lilienthal, Philip N., 1889-

 

Letter, Dec. 26, 1917. Re Barney McGee.

 

Lilienthal, Theodore M.

See Gelber, Lilienthal, Inc.

 

Limited Editions Club

See Macy, George

 

Lindner, Clarence Richard, 1890-

 

9 letters, 1928-1934. Letter, [Jan. 15, 1931], written on letter from Nash. Re A Toast to the Ladies, Nuremberg Chronicle & Life of George Hearst.

 

Lipman, Frederick Lockwood, 1866-1950

 

Letter, Jan. 16, 1934. Re The Lighthouse.

 

Lippincott, William I.

 

2 letters, 1926-1929. Re Bene Dictum, Benedicte & Little Willie.

 

Lisser, Hans, 1888-

 

Letter, Mar. 16, 1931

 

Littell, C. G.

 

6 letters, 1925-1929. Re Sonnets From the Portuguese, To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle & other books.

 

Little, Arthur Dehon, 1863-

 

Letter, June 20, 1934. Re Life of George Hearst.

 

Lloyd, Ernest, 1880-

 

Letter, Oct. 10, 1932. Re In Mellow Mood.

 

Lockey, Mary Isabel

 

7 letters, 1917-1925. Letter, Aug. 31, 1923, written to Mae Hartmann. Re The Man With The Hoe, The Ideal Book & other books.

 

Lomax, E. L.

 

4 letters, 1913-1915. Re A Tragedy in Printer's Ink.

 

Lonergan, William I.

 

2 letters, 1932-1934. Written while President, University of San Francisco. Re The Lighthouse.

 

Long Beach, Calif Public Library

 

Letter, June 10, 1926. Written to Nell U. O'Day. Re Nash publications which he loaned the library for exhibition of books printed in California.

 

Los Angeles. Public Library

 

Letter, Jan. 22, 1932. Written to Nell U. O'Day by Althea Warren, First Assistant Librarian. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth.

 

Louis, Lyman Graydon

 

Letter, May 27, 1926. Written to Nell U. O'Day. Re Sonnets From the Portuguese & Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice.

 

Lovendale, Edward M.

 

Letter, Jan. 15, 1928. Re A Toast to the Ladies.

 

Lucas, Harry C.

 

3 letters, 1926-1931. Re Little Willie.

 

Lundborg, Florence

 

4 letters, 1920-1923 & n. d. Re The New World, Ecclesiastes & other books.

 

Lydenberg, Harry Miller, 1874-

See New York. (City) Public Library

 

Lyman, Edward D.

 

2 letters, 1929. Re Dibdin's Ghost.

 

Lyman, George Dunlap, 1882-1949

 

5 letters, 1929-1938 & n. d. Re Little Willie, Laudes Virgilianae & other books.

 

Lynch, James M.

 

3 letters, 1925. Written while President, International Typographical Union. Letter (copy), June 3, written to Zellerbach Paper Co. Letters, June 17 & July 1, written to Mae Hartmann. Re The Heathen Chinee.

 

Lyons, James Joseph, 1894-

 

7 letters, 1932. Several letters written to others.

 

McAuliffe, Florence M., 1886-

 

4 letters, 1925-1932. Letter (copy), Dec. 23, 1925, written to Nash & others. Letters, 1932, concern Nash's serving on a committee to sponsor a banquet in honor of Rev. E. J. Whelan & Rev. W. I. Lonergan.

 

MacBride, Thomas Huston, 1848-

 

4 letters, 1929 & n. d. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

McBryde, Warren H., 1876-

 

2 letters, 1919 & n. d.

 

McCaffrey, Frank

 

4 letters, 1927-1934. Re George Sterling Memorial, A Toast to the Ladies & other books.

 

McCallister, Albert Bruce, 1881-

 

14 letters, 1920-1941. Several letters written to others. Re Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press, Life of Dante & other books.

 

McCarthy, William H.

 

2 letters, 1926-1934. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth & The Lighthouse.

 

McComb, Marshall Francis

 

2 letters, 1928. Re A Toast to the Ladies.

 

McCoy, Cornelius Joseph, 1887-

 

2 letters, 1931. Written while President, University of Santa Clara.

 

McCutcheon, George Barr, 1866-1928

 

Letter, Jan. 5, 1921

 

McDuffie, Duncan, 1877-1951

 

6 letters, 1915-1931. Letter (copy), May 18, 1929, written to J. W. Coffroth. Letter, Dec. 11, 1929, written to Nell U. o'day. Re Barney McGee, An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth & other books.

 

McDuffie, Jean (Howard), 1880-1955

 

6 letters, n. d. Several letters written to others. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth, Little Willie & The Heathen Chinee.

 

McGettigan, Charles D., 1873-

 

Letter, Oct. 29, 1930. Re The Trial of the Wine-Brewers.

 

McInerney, Joseph

 

Letter, Apr. 7, 1933. Copy, written to American Engraving & Color Plate Co.

 

McIntyre, Charles

 

5 letters, 1917-1927 & n. d. Written while Publisher, Pacific Printer and Publisher. Re Barney McGee & Ecclesiastes.

 

MacLellan, George W.

 

Letter, Jan. 5, 1931. Re In Mellow Mood.

 

McMinn, Howard Ernest, 1891-

 

Letter, June 8, 1924. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

McMurtrie, Douglas Crawford, 1888-1944

 

5 letters, 1926-1929 & n. d. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice & Little Willie.

 

McMurtry, Belle S.

 

8 letters, 1913-1921. Re A Ha! Christmas, The Ideal Book & other books.

 

Macy, George

 

4 letters, 1929-1939. Written while Director, Limited Editions Club. Letter (copy), June 27, 1939, written to the Library, University of Oregon.

 

Magee, William A.

 

9 letters, 1925-1942 & n. d. Re Sonnets From the Portuguese, Lake Isle of Innisfree & other books.

 

Magnin, S.

 

Letter, Jan. 18, 1934. Re The Lighthouse.

 

Main, Frederic W.

 

8 letters, 1927-1939. Letter, May 22, 1929, written to Nell U. O'Day. Re George Sterling Memorial, A Toast to the Ladies & other books.

 

March, A. B.

See Ames Harris Neville Co.

 

Marchbanks, Hal

 

5 letters, 1911-1929. Re A Canticle of Praise & Little Willie.

 

Markham, Edwin, 1852-1940

 

6 letters, 1915-1933. Letter, July 24, 1916, is an extract. Letters, 1915, written to Albert Bender. Letter, Apr. 3, 1933, written for him by Florence Hamilton, transmits his prose comment for W. R. Hearst's birthday celebration.

See also Proof of The Man With the Hoe (carton 1)

 

Marks, Samuel M.

 

Letter, July 14, 1926. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth.

 

Martin, John

 

9 letters, 1920-1930. Telegram, June 3, 1929, written to Nell U. O'Day. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & Little Willie.

 

Master Printers Association

See Beach, Seneca C.

 

Maxwell, W. B.

 

5 letters, 1913-1928. Re A Ha! Christmas, Ecclesiastes & A Toast to the Ladies.

 

Mayer, Louis Burt, 1885-

 

Letter, Feb. 2, 1928. Written for him by his secretary. Re A Toast to the Ladies.

 

Medieval Academy of America

 

Letter, May 8, 1929. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Mehrtens, Henry G.

 

Letter, Jan. 5, 1931. Re In Mellow Mood.

 

Meigs, Merrill Church, 1883-

 

Letter, Apr. 9, 1929. Re Little Willie.

 

Melcher, Frederic Gershom, 1879-

 

6 letters, 1926-1930. Written while Editor, Publishers' Weekly. Re Bene Dictum, Benedicte, George Sterling Memorial & The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Mencken, Henry Louis, 1880-

 

4 letters, 1924-1927 & n. d. Letter, May 15, [1924], written to George [Sterling?]. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree & George Sterling Memorial.

 

Menjou, Adolphe Jean, 1890-

 

Letter, n. d. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Meredith, George

 

2 letters, 1925. Re Nash's speech to the Club of Printing House Craftsmen, Portland, Oregon

 

Merle, Martin

 

2 letters, 1927-1929. Re Little Willie.

 

Merner, Garfield David, 1883-

 

3 letters, 1929-1934. Letter, July 5, 1929, is incomplete. Re Little Willie, The Lighthouse & In Mellow Mood.

 

Merrill, Elmer Drew, 1876-1956

 

Letter, Apr. 12, 1929

 

Merritt, Ralph Palmer, 1883-

 

Letter, Aug. 4, 1924. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Meyer, Agnes Elizabeth (Ernst), 1887-1970

 

6 letters, 1922-1926. Letter, Apr. 19, 1922, written to Albert Bender. Re Dickens in Camp, Lake Isle of Innisfree & other books.

 

Meyer, Herman Henry Bernard, 1864-

 

10 letters, 1926-1934. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice, George Sterling Memorial & other books.

 

Meyer, Martin A.

 

3 letters, 1921-1923. Re Ecclesiastes & Life of Dante.

 

Michigan. University. William L. Clements Library

 

Letter, Jan. 16, 1934. Written by R. G. Adams, Director. Re The Lighthouse.

 

Millard, Alice

 

10 letters, 1920-1931. Several letters written for her. Letter, Feb. 11, 1926, written to Mae Hartmann. Re Ecclesiastes, Sonnets From the Portuguese & other books.

 

Millard, George M.

 

Letter, Sept. 9, 1916

 

Miller, Christian Otto Gerberding, 1865-

 

Letter, Jan. 19, 1934. Re The Lighthouse.

 

Miller, Frank Augustus, 1857-1935

 

Letter, May 1, 1923. Re Life of Dante.

 

Mills, Edward Morgan, 1875-

 

Letter, Aug. 14, 1929. Written for him by his secretary. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Mills College, Calif Board of Trustees

 

Letters, May 17, 1924. Thanking Nash for presenting copies of Lake Isle of Innisfree to members of the Class of 1924.

 

Mills College, Calif Library

 

7 letters, 1923-1934 & n. d. Written mainly by E. G. Potter. Librarian. One letter, n. d. written to Nell U. O'Day. Re Life of Dante, The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & other books.

 

Miner, Daniel Barlow, 1882-

 

Letter, Aug. 20, 1926. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth.

 

Mitchell, Sydney Bancroft, 1878-

See California. University, Berkeley. Library

 

Moffitt, James Kennedy, 1866?-1955

 

5 letters, 1925-1931. Re The Heathen Chinee, Little Willie & Laudes Virgilianae.

 

Monroe, Harriet, 1860-1936

 

2 letters, 1921. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Montana. State School of Mines, Butte

See Thomson, Francis Andrew

 

Moore, Charles Cadwell, 1868-

 

3 letters, 1915-1919. Re The Ideal Book & The New World.

 

Moore, Charles Irwin Douglas, 1865-

 

Letter, Aug. 7, 1926. Written to Nell U. O'Day. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth.

 

Moore, Matt, 1890-

 

2 letters, [1929?]-1931. Re Little Willie.

 

Moran, Elsie N. (Marsh)

 

Letter, [July 15, 1934] Re Life of George Hearst.

 

Morgan, John Pierpont, 1867-1943

See Pierpont Morgan Library, New York

 

Morgner, Oscar Aurelius

 

2 letters, 1919-1921. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Morison, Stanley, 1889-1967

 

3 letters, 1923-1924. Letter, Dec. 14, 1923, written to A. M. Bender. Re Life of Dante.

 

Morley, Christopher Darlington, 1890-

 

Letter, Jan. 24, 1927. Re George Sterling Memorial.

 

Morosco, Corinne Griffith

 

Letter, Jan. 25, 1925. Re The Heathen Chinee.

 

Morse, Robert C.

 

6 letters, 1929. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & Little Willie.

 

Morse, Willard S.

 

7 letters, 1925-1929. Letter, Aug. 21, 1928, written to Nell U. O'Day. Re The Heathen Chinee, Dibdin's Ghost & Little Willie.

 

Moser, Jefferson Franklin, 1848-1934

 

Letter, Jan. 29, 1929

 

Moses, Horace Augustus, 1862-

 

7 letters, 1922-1929. Letter, Mar. 5, 1926, written for him by his secretary. Re Dickens in Camp, The Silverado Squatters & other books.

 

Moulin, Gabriel

 

2 letters, 1931

 

Mullgardt, Louis Christian, 1866-1942

 

6 letters, 1915-1926. Re The Ideal Book, Ecclesiastes & other books.

 

Munder, Norman T. A.

 

13 letters, 1915-1928. Letter, Jan. 14, 1928, written for him. Re Ecclesiastes, Life of Dante & A Toast to the Ladies.

 

Murphy, Joseph A.

 

2 letters, 1931

 

Murray, Augustus Taber, 1866-1940

 

Letter, June 27, 1931

 

Nash, Ed J.

 

3 letters, 1926-1929. Re Bene Dictum, Benedicte & A Toast to the Ladies.

 

Nelson, Charles Alexander, 1839-

 

Letter, Jan. 11, 1923. Re Life of Dante.

 

Nelson, Robert W., d. 1926

See American Type Founders Company

 

New York. (City). Public Library

 

9 letters, 1925-1942. Written by E. H. Anderson, C. L. Cannon, F. F. Hopper & H. M. Lydenberg. Re Migratory Books: Their Haunts and Habits, If It Were Today & other books.

 

Newark, New Jersey. Public Library

 

2 letters, 1930. Re Nuremberg Chronicle.

 

Newbegin, Anna B.

 

Letter, Jan. 30, 1914

 

Newbegin, John J.

 

4 letters, 1922-1927. Letters, 1926-1927, written to Nell U. O'Day. Re Life of Dante, The Silverado Squatters & The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Newberry Library, Chicago

 

Letter, Feb. 17, 1921. Written by G. B. Utley, Librarian. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Newell, D. E.

 

3 letters, 1931

 

Newhall, Almer M.

 

2 letters, 1925-1931. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree, Migratory Books: Their Haunts and Habits and other printed items.

 

Newman, Louis Israel, 1893-

 

3 letters, 1928-1930. Re A Toast to the ladies, The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press.

 

Newton, Alfred Edward, 1863-1940

 

39 letters, 1924-1938. Letter, June 12, 1931, transmits letter (copy) to Mrs. E. L. Doheny re Nash's edition of the Vulgate Bible. Letter, Oct. 13, 1933, written to Nell U. O'Day. Several letters written for him. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree, The Heathen Chinee & other books. With these: Letter, July 14, 1931, written by Mrs. Newton.

 

Neylan, John Francis, 1885-1960

 

124 letters, 1927-1937. Written mainly while Attorney for W. R. Hearst. Some letters written for him by his secretary. Some letters written to Nell U. O'Day Letter, Apr. 15, 1927, is a copy. Letter, Mar. 3, 1930, transmits telegram (copy) Feb. 25, 1930, from Hiram W. Johnson. Re Dibdin's Ghost & other books.

 

Nichols, William Ford, 1849-1924

 

3 letters, 1919-1920. Letter, Jan. 2, 1920, written to him. Re A Canticle of Praise, The New World & Ecclesiastes.

 

North Carolina. University. Library

 

2 letters, 1930. Written by Donald Coney, Assistant Librarian. Letter, Aug. 27, 1930 written to Nell U. O'Day. Re Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press & The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Nye, Frank Wilson, 1887-

 

Letter, Feb. 20, 1925. Written to Harry Hillman. Re The Heathen Chinee.

 

Oakland (Calif.) Post Enquirer

See Krueger, Howard H.

 

O'Connor, Richard Charles, 1911-

 

2 letters, 1930-1933. Re The Trial of the Wine-Brewers.

 

O'day, Edward Francis, 1883-

 

11 letters, 1920-1934. Several letters (copies) written to W. A. Clark, Jr. Letter, May 14, 1929, written to Nell [U. o'day]. Letter, June 19, 1928, written to Mr. & Mrs. Nash, invites them to attend ceremony by the Spring Valley Water Company to dedicate a bench to the memory of George Sterling. Other letters re The New World, Life of Dante & other books.

 

Oddie, Clarence Meigs, 1876-

See Bohemian Club, San Francisco

 

Older, Cora Miranda (Baggerly), 1873-1968

 

2 letters, 1932-1933. Re Life of George Hearst.

 

Older, Fremont, 1856-1935

 

8 letters, 1933-1934. Letter, Feb. 15, 1933, written to Clarence Lindner. Re The Lighthouse & Life of George Hearst.

 

Olmstead, Frederick Law, 1870-1957

 

Letter, Nov. 24, 1928. Copy, written to Frank Dondero. Re preservation of Columbia, Calif.

 

Oregon. Governor

See Sprague, Charles Arthur

 

Oregon. State Board of Higher Education

 

7 letters, 1934-1942. Written mainly by F. M. Hunter, Chancellor. With these: Notice of appointment as Professor of Typography, University of Oregon, May 31, 1940.

 

Oregon. University

 

7 letters, 1925-1939. Written by J. H. Gilbert & others. Letter, May 16, 1938, is incomplete.

 

Oregon. University. Library

 

10 letters, 1927-1939. Written by M. H. Douglass, Librarian. Re George Sterling Memorial, The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & other books.

 

Oregon. University. President

 

12 letters, 1925-1942. Written mainly by D. M. Erb. Letter, May 16, 1938, is incomplete.

See also Hall, Arnold Bennett

 

Oregon. University. Press

 

14 letters, 1934-1937. Written by R. C. Hall. Letter, Jan. 11, 1936, written for him by his secretary.

 

Oregonian

 

Letter, Jan. 26, 1936. Written by E. P. Hoyt, Managing Editor.

 

Oswald, John Clyde, 1872-1938

 

13 letters, 1911-1931. Re The Green Knight, The Ideal Book & other books.

 

Oxford University Press

 

2 letters, 1924. Letter, Feb. 12, written to A. W. Pollard.

 

Pabst, Fred M., 1882-

 

Telegram, Mar. 12, 1931

 

Pacific Printer and Publisher

See McIntyre, Charles

 

Pacific Union Club, San Francisco

 

Letter, Nov. 28, 1933. Re Life of George Hearst.

 

Palmer, George Henry, 1871-1945

See Victoria & Albert Museum, South Kensington

 

Panek, Victor H.

See American Book Company

 

Parker, Charles C.

 

4 letters, 1926-1930. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri, Cornelius Cole & Cobden Sanderson and the Doves Press.

 

Parker, Paul P.

 

4 letters, 1926-1929 & n. d. Re Bene Dictum, Benedicte, An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth & The Arrogant Youth.

 

Parsons, Edward Lambe, 1868-

 

2 letters, 1923-1924. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Parsons, Isabella W.

 

Letter, Mar. 9, 1931. Re The Trial of the Wine-Brewers.

 

Partridge, Roi, 1888-

 

Letter, May 21, 1924. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Patigian, Haig, 1876-1950

 

2 letters, 1926-1928. Re George Sterling Memorial & A Toast to the Ladies.

 

Peabody, Augustus Stephen, 1873-

 

14 letters, 1925-1931. Re The Heathen Chinee, The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & other books.

 

Peart, Hartley Fiske

 

Letter, Mar. 11, 1931

 

Pedrini, Armando, 1870-1940

 

2 letters, 1929. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & Little Willie.

 

Peirce, Harold, 1856-

 

Letter, Aug. 21, 1926. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice.

 

Peixotto, Jessica Blanche, 1864-1941

 

5 letters, 1921 & n. d. Re Life of Dante & Ecclesiastes.

 

Perkins, John I.

 

7 letters, 1921-1928. Re Ecclesiastes, Life of Dante & other books.

 

Pflueger, Timothy L.

See San Francisco Art Association

 

Phelan, James Duval, 1861-1930

 

4 letters, 1926. Letter, [Nov. 24, 1926] is written on letter to him from Nell U. O'Day. Re George Sterling Memorial, Life of Dante & other books.

 

Pierce, Lyman L., 1868-

 

Letter, Sept. 16, 1929. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Pierpont Morgan Library, New York

 

5 letters, 1923-1931. Written mainly by Belle Da Costa Greene, Librarian. Several letters written for her by her secretary. Letter, Jan. 14, 1926, written by J. P. Morgan. Re Dickens in Camp, The Heathen Chinee & other books.

 

Piet, Joseph M.

 

4 letters, 1931. Re The Bible.

 

Pike, Roy Melville, 1878-

 

3 letters, 1928-1930. Letter (copy), Aug. 28, 1928, written to J. W. Coffroth. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth, Little Willie & The Trial of the Wine-Brewers.

 

Pillsbury, Horace Davis, 1873-

 

Letter, May 24, 1926. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth.

 

Pinney, John S.

See American Type Founders Company

 

Pius XI, Pope, 1857-1939

 

5 letters, 1931. Written for him by Octavio Villa. Re Laudes Virgilianae & The Comedy of Dante Alighieri. With these: Biographical data re Pius XI, Copy of dedication sheet for The Comedy...

 

Plumb, Max A.

 

Letter, Jan. 12, 1925. Re The Heathen Chinee.

 

Polk, Christine (Barreda) [Mrs. Willis Polk]

 

Letter, June 23, 1934. Re Life of George Hearst.

 

Pollard, Alfred William, d. 1944

 

18 letters, 1921-1930. Re Life of Dante, Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press & other books.

 

Poole, Caroline (Boeing), 1885-

 

23 letters, 1921-1930 & n. d. Several letters written for her. Several letters written to Nell U. O'Day. Re The Silverado Squatters, Lake Isle of Innisfree & other books.

 

Porte, Harry W.

See Porte Publishing Company

 

Porte, Roy Trewin

See Porte Publishing Company

 

Porte Publishing Company

 

18 letters, 1922-1934. Written mainly by R. T. & H. W. Porte. Several letters written for them. Several letters written to Mae Hartmann & Nell U. O'Day. Re Life of Dante, The Silverado Squatters & other books.

 

Porter, Bruce, 1865-1953

 

Letter, Jan. 3, 1913

 

Potter, Elizabeth Gray

See Mills College, Calif Library

 

Priestley, Herbert Ingram, 1875-1944

See Bancroft Library

 

Princeton University. Library

 

Letter, Mar. 9, 1934. Thanking him for sending copies of broadsides.

 

Printing Art

 

9 letters, 1911-1925. Written by T. Dreier, E. T. Stiger & C. F. Whitmarsh. Re The Green Knight, The Ideal Book & other books.

 

Prosser, Richard T.

 

3 letters, 1926-1931. Letters (copies), 1926, written to J. W. Coffroth. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth.

 

Publishers' Weekly

See Melcher, Frederic Gershom

 

Putnam, Herbert, 1861-

 

3 letters, 1921-1939. Written while Librarian of Congress. Re Ecclesiastes & Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice.

 

Random House, Inc.

 

Letter, June 19, 1929. Written by B. A. Cerf. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Ransom, Marion, 1867-

 

6 letters, 1916-1922 & n. d. Re The Man With the Hoe & Ecclesiastes.

 

Ray, Milton Smith, 1881-1946

 

Letter, May 18, 1940

 

Réau, G. Cécile

 

Letter, June 20, 1924. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Rebec, George, 1868-

 

2 letters, 1925-1939. Letter, May 12, 1925, written to C. E. S. Wood, concerns his appointing a committee to consider granting Nash an honorary degree from the University of Oregon. Letter, Jan. 29, 1939, concerns a book of his wife's poetry which Nash printed.

 

Rebec, Mary (Lowell)

 

Letter, Jan. 7, 1926. Re Sonnets From the Portuguese.

 

Rehfisch, John Morse

 

2 letters, 1929 & n. d. Re The Lighthouse.

 

Reid, William Thomas, 1843-1922

 

Letter, Jan. 29, 1916. Re The Lights Go Out.

 

Reinhardt, Aurelia Henry, 1877-1948

 

13 letters, 1920-1936 & n. d. Letter, May 9, 1931, written for her. Re The New World, The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & other books.

 

Reisner, George Andrew, 1867-

 

2 letters, 1934. Letter, June 25, written for him. Re Life and Personality of Phoebe Apperson Hearst & Life of George Hearst.

 

Rennick, Jack

 

Letter, Mar. 9, 1931

 

Rice, Richard Austin, 1846-1925

 

Letter, Feb. 6, 1923. Re Life of Dante.

 

Richardson, Friend William, 1865-1943

 

Letter, Mar. 15, 1923. Written while Governor of California.

 

Richardson, Leon Josiah, 1868-1964

 

Letter, Dec. 30, 1920. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Richey, Lawrence, 1885-

See Hoover, Herbert Clark

 

Riley, Frank W.

 

14 letters, 1930-1935. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice, Life of St. Francis & other publications.

 

Riley, Stanislaus A.

 

Letter, Jan. 10, 1931

 

Rinehart, Mary Roberts

 

Letter, n. d. Re A Toast to the Ladies.

 

Ritchie, Robert Welles, 1879-1942

 

3 letters, 1926-1931. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth.

 

Ritchie, Ward, 1905-

 

2 letters, 1929-1940. Letter, 1929, requests examples of Nash's printing for inclusion in an exhibit at Occidental College. Letter, 1940, concerns Nash's influence on his decision to become a printer.

 

Roberts, Mary Fanton, 1871-

 

Letter, Jan. 22, 1921. Written to Ruth St. Denis

 

Robinson, George R.

 

Letter, Mar. 20, 1926. Re If It Were Today.

 

Robinson, Henry Mauris, 1868-

 

2 letters, 1926-1931. Written for him by his secretary. Re The Trial of the Wine-Brewers.

 

Rogers, Bruce, 1870-1957

 

12 letters, 1921-1935. Re Life of Dante, Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press & The Heathen Chinee.

 

Rogers, Henry Munroe, 1839-1957

 

Letter, July 11, 1934. Re Life of George Hearst.

 

Rolph, George M.

 

9 letters, 1915-1929. Several letters written to Nell U. o'day. Letter, Jan. 21, 1918 written to W. R. K. Young. Re The Ideal Book, Ecclesiastes & other books.

 

Rolph, James, 1869-1934

See San Francisco. Mayor

 

Rolph, Thomas, 1885-1956

 

Letter, Oct. 27, 1932

 

Romanic Review

 

Letter, July 18, 1930. Written by G. L. Van Roosbroeck. With these: Reprint from the Review of review of The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Ronalds, C. C.

 

5 letters, 1912-1929. Letter, Apr. 24, 1926, written for him by his secretary. Re The Heathen Chinee, George Sterling Memorial & The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Roos, George H.

 

Letter, Nov. 5, 1915

 

Roos, Robert Achille, 1883-

 

3 letters, 1926-1934. Re Life of Dante. With this: Letter from Mrs. Roos, n. d.

 

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 1882-1945

 

4 letters, 1934-1941. Letters, May 4, 1934 & Mar. 7, 1941, written for him by M. A. LeHand. Letter, Dec. 31, 1941, written for him by G. G. Tully. Re The Lighthouse.

 

Rosenbach, Abraham Simon Wolf, 1876-

See Rosenbach Company

 

Rosenbach, Philip H.

See Rosenbach Company

 

Rosenbach Company

 

15 letters, 1923-1928. Written mainly by J. E. Brooks, A. S. W. Rosenbach & P. H. Rosenbach. Letter, Mar. 1, 1926, written to Mae Hartmann. Re Dickens in Camp & Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Rosenberg, Abraham

 

3 letters, 1926-1927 & n. d. Letter, Aug. 27, 1926, written to Nell U. O'Day. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice, George Sterling Memorial & To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle.

 

Rosenthal, Lessing, 1868-

 

10 letters, 1921-1931. Letter, Sept. 5, 1924, written to Mae Hartmann. Letter (copy) Sept. 28, 1926, written to J. W. Coffroth. Re Ecclesiastes, To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle & other books.

 

Rosenwald, Lessing Julius, 1891-1979

 

Letter, Jan. 22, 1934. Written for him by his secretary. Re The Lighthouse.

 

Rossi, Edmund Arthur, 1888-

 

Letter, Oct. 27, 1932

 

Rossi, Robert D.

 

Letter, Oct. 22, 1932

 

Rothchild, Herbert L.

 

5 letters, 1919-1931 & n. d. Re Little Willie.

 

Rothwell, Walter Henry

 

Letter, Feb. 3, 1925. Re The Heathen Chinee.

 

Rounthwaite, Isabelle (Sterling)

 

Letter, Mar. 13, 1927. Thanking Nash for sending her a copy of H. L. Mencken's tribute to her brother, George Sterling, which he printed.

 

Rowell, Joseph Cummings, 1853-1938

See California. University, Berkeley. Library

See also his note re The Heathen Chinee (Carton 1)

 

Ruddock, Albert Billings, 1886-

 

Letter, Sept. 5, 1929

 

Ruder, Barnet B.

 

12 letters, 1929-1930. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & Little Willie.

 

Rudge, William Edwin, 1876-1931

 

18 letters, 1915-1930. Several letters written for him. Re The Broad Side, The New World, & other books. With these: Telegram, June 13, 1931, announcing his death.

 

Rugg, Harold G.

See Dartmouth College. Library

 

Sachs, Albert Parsons

 

4 letters, 1929-1932. Letter, June 14, 1929, written for him by his secretary. Letters, June 14 & 17, 1929, written to Nell U. O'Day. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Sackett, Sheldon Fred, 1902-

 

Letter, Dec. 11, 1940

 

Sacramento, Calif City Library

See Smith, Susan T.

 

San Francisco. Chief Administrative Officer

 

Letter, Feb. 20, 1934. Written by A. J. Cleary. Re Nash's printing Mayor Rossi's birthday tribute to President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

 

San Francisco. Mayor

 

Letter, Aug. 23, 1926. Written for Mayor James Rolph by his Assistant Secretary. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth.

 

San Francisco. Public Library

 

2 letters, 1931-1934. Re In Mellow Mood & The Lighthouse.

 

San Francisco. University of San Francisco. President

See Lonergan, William I. And Whelan, Edward Joseph

 

San Francisco Art Association

 

Letter, Apr. 25, 1933. Written by T. L. Pflueger, President. Asking Nash's help to induce W. R. Hearst to lend some of his tapestries & other museum items for their gallery.

 

San Francisco Bulletin

 

Letter, July 24, 1925.

 

San Francisco Typographical Union no. 21

 

3 letters, 1925

 

Sanborn, Henry Nichols, 1879-1926

 

Letter, Sept. 29, 1923. Written while Librarian, Bridgeport, Conn. Public Library. Re Life of Dante.

 

Sanders, Cora Edgerton

 

25 letters, 1926-1934 & n. d. Written mainly while Assistant Librarian, Library of William Andrews Clark, Jr. Re Sonnets From the Portuguese, The Bible & other books.

 

Sanner, Sydney, 1873-

 

2 letters, 1932-1934. Re The Lighthouse. With these: Letter, Jan. 20, from Mrs. Sanner.

 

Sansum, William David, 1880-

 

Letter, May 24, 1930. Re Little Willie.

 

Santa Clara, Calif University

See Lyons, James Joseph

 

Santa Clara, Calif University. President

See McCoy, Cornelius Joseph

 

Sargent, George Henry, 1867-

 

Letter, June 26, 1926. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice.

 

Saunders, Kenneth James, 1883-1937

 

Letter, Sept. 9, 1923. Re Dickens in Camp.

 

Schad, Robert Oliver, 1900-

 

11 letters, 1925-1940 & n. d. Several letters written to Mae Hartmann & Nell U. O'Day. Re Continent's End, The Heathen Chinee & other books.

 

Schafer, Joseph, 1867-

 

2 letters, 1926. Written to E. W. Allen.

 

Schaffner, Joseph Halle

 

10 letters, 1924-1929. Letter, Dec. 23, 1924, written to Mae Hartmann. Letter, Feb. 27, 1926, written for him by his secretary. Re The Heathen Chinee, To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle & other books.

 

Schilling, Rudolph

 

5 letters, 1916-1920. Letter, Dec. 24, 1918, written for him by his secretary. Re Barney McGee, A Canticle of Praise & The New World.

 

Schlacks, Laura N. (Pierson)

 

Letter, June 30. Re Life of George Hearst.

 

Schmidt, Otto L., 1863-

 

2 letters, 1929. Re Little Willie & The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Schwabacher, Albert Earle, 1888-

 

Letter, May 18, 1929. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Schwabacher, Louis A.

 

4 letters, 1914-1934. Re The New World & The Lighthouse.

 

Scribner, Arthur Hawley, 1859-1932

See Scribner's (Charles) Sons

 

Scribner's (Charles) Sons

 

47 letters, 1922-1928. Written by W. D. Howe, A. H. Scribner & others. Re Life of Dante, The Silverado Squatters & other books.

 

Seligman, Edwin Robert Anderson, 1861-

 

5 letters, 1921-1929. Re Life of Dante, The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & Little Willie.

 

Seward, Samuel Swayze, 1876-

 

Letter, Apr. 19, 1929. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Shoup, Paul, 1874-1946

 

2 letters, 1925-1926. Letter, Dec. 28, 1926, written for him by his secretary. Re Sonnets From the Portuguese & George Sterling Memorial.

 

Sloss, Louis

 

Letter, Jan. 16, 1934

 

Sloss, Marcus Cauffman, 1869-

 

4 letters, 1916-1929. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Smith, A. Carman

 

Letter, June 16, 1924. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Smith, Caroline M. (Estes)

 

7 letters, 1921-1926 & n. d. Re Life of Dante, The Heathen Chinee & other books.

 

Smith, Henry Preserved, 1847-1927

See Union Theological Seminary. New York

 

Smith, Juliet M.

 

Letter, Nov. 20, 1930. Re The Trial of the Wine-Brewers.

 

Smith, Lucile

 

2 letters, 1915-1921. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Smith, Paul Jordan, 1885-

 

Letter, Feb. 5, 1921. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

Smith, Stanley Astredo, 1883-

 

Letter, Apr. 4, 1929. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Smith, Susan T.

 

2 letters, 1926-1934. Letter, 1926, written while City Librarian, Sacramento. Written to Nell U. O'Day. Letter, 1934, written while Librarian, Berkeley (Calif.) Public Library. Re Old California & The Lighthouse.

 

Smith, William H.

 

2 letters, 1928-1931. Re A Toast to the Ladies.

 

Smithsonian Institution

 

3 letters, 1926. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth & El Toison De Oro.

 

Society of California Pioneers

 

7 letters, 1926-1935. Written by C. S. Cushing & others. Re George Sterling Memorial, Life and Personality of Phoebe Apperson Hearst & other books.

 

Spokane, Wash. Public Library

 

2 letters, 1930. Written by G. W. Fuller, Librarian. Re Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press & Nuremberg Chronicle.

 

Spoor, John Alden, 1851-1926

 

Letter, Jan. 15, 1923. Re Life of Dante.

 

Sprague, Charles Arthur, 1887-

 

2 letters, 1940-1942. Written while Governor of Oregon. Letter (copy), Aug. 4, 1940, written to Donald Erb.

 

Sprague, Harriet Chapman (Jones)

 

3 letters, 1926-1930. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice.

 

Spring, Avis (Sterling)

 

Letter, Mar. 4, 1927. Thanking Nash for sending her a copy of H. L. Mencken's tribute to her brother, George Sterling, which he printed.

 

Sproul, Robert Gordon, 1891-1975

 

15 letters, 1926-1938. Written mainly while President, University of California. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice & other books.

 

Stanford University. Library

 

5 letters, 1929-1934. Written by Nathan Van Fatten, Director. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri, The Lighthouse & Little Willie.

 

Stanford University. President

See Swain, Robert Eckles

 

Stanford University. Press

See Davis, William Hawley

 

Sterling, George, 1869-1926

 

Letter, Dec. 25, 1916. Re The Ideal Book.

See also Manuscript of critical introduction to An Invocation (carton 1)

 

Stern, Rosalie M. [Mrs. Sigmund Stern]

 

2 letters, 1926-1929. Re Sonnets From the Portuguese & The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Stevens, Richard Tracy

See Japan Paper Company

 

Stiger, E. T.

See Printing Art

 

Stone, Edward Lee

 

19 letters, 1924-1934. Letter, May 11, 1925, is incomplete. Letter (copy), Aug. 11, 1926, written to J. W. Coffroth. Letter, Sept. 4, 1929, written for him by his secretary. Re The Silverado Squatters, Lake Isle of Innisfree & other books.

 

Stratford, Frank C.

 

2 letters, 1915-1929. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri. With these: 2 letters, n. d., written by Mrs. Stratford.

 

Sullivan, Frank E.

 

Letter, Jan. 10, 1934. Written for him by his secretary.

 

Sutphen, Adelyn

 

7 letters, 1929-1933 & n. d. Several letters written while employee, Library of William Andrews Clark, Jr. Re Little Willie, Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press & other books.

 

Sutro, Alfred, 1869-1945

 

29 letters, 1915-1934 & n. d. Letter (copy), Oct. 10, 1923, written to A. E. Newton. Letter (copy), Dec. 26, 1933, written to W. A. Clark. Re Ecclesiastes, A Canticle of Praise & other books.

 

Sutro, Oscar, 1874-1935

 

2 letters, 1929-1931. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & Little Willie.

 

Swain, Robert Eckles, 1875-

 

Letter, Oct. 27, 1930. Written while Acting President, Stanford University. Re Laudes Virgilianae.

 

Swasey, E. M.

 

4 letters, 1922-1925. Letter, Jan. 26, 1925, written for him by his secretary. Re Life of Dante, Dickens in Camp & The Heathen Chinee.

 

Swigart, C. A.

 

3 letters, 1917-1920. Re Barney McGee.

 

Talbot, James A.

 

Letter, Mar. 26, 1929. Re Little Willie.

 

Taylor, Edward Dewitt, 1871-

 

Letter, Apr. 15, 1937

 

Taylor, Edward Robeson, 1838-1923

 

3 letters, 1912 & n. d. Letter, July 29, 1912, written to W. R. K. Young. Two letters transmit poems by Taylor.

 

Templeton, John L.

 

9 letters, 1923-1931. Re Life of Dante, The Silverado Squatters & other books.

 

Thomas, [Maude]

 

Letter, Nov. 23, 1922. Written for her by her secretary. Re Life of Dante.

 

Thompson, Joseph Sexton, 1878-

See Bohemian Club, San Francisco

 

Thomson, Francis Andrew, 1879-

 

7 letters, 1933. Written while President, Montana School of Mines. Letter, July 25, 1933, written for him by his secretary.

 

Tobin, Edward J.

 

Letter, Jan. 4, 1928. Re A Toast to the Ladies.

 

Tobin, Richard Montgomery, 1866-1952

 

2 letters, 1931-1932

 

Torrey, Clare Morse

 

3 letters, 1915

 

Towne, Arthur W.

 

Letter, Feb. 2, 1934. Re The Lighthouse.

 

Treanor, John, 1883-

 

5 letters, 1929-1934. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri, Little Willie & other books.

 

Trent, John H.

 

5 letters, 1930-1931. Letter, Feb. 11, 1931, written to Nell U. O'Day. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri, The Trial of the Wine-Brewers & other books.

 

Tully, Grace G.

See Roosevelt, Franklin Delano

 

Tumulty, Joseph Patrick, 1879-

See Wilson, Woodrow

 

Turner, Henry Ward, 1857-1937

 

4 letters, 1929-1931. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & In Mellow Mood.

 

Union Theological Seminary. New York

 

Letter, Oct. 1, 1921. Written by H. P. Smith, Librarian. Re Ecclesiastes.

 

U. S. Government Printing Office

 

2 letters, 1926-1934. Written by G. H. Carter, Public Printer. Letter, May 13, 1926, written to Nell U. O'Day. Re Nicolas Jenson, Printer of Venice & The Lighthouse

 

U. S. Library of Congress

See Putnam, Herbert

 

University of Southern California

 

Letter, June 24, 1935. Written by C. R. Dick, Acting Librarian. Thanking Nash for lending some of his books & broadsides for exhibition.

See also Kleinsmid, Rufus Bernhard von

 

Upham, Isaac O.

 

4 letters, 1920-1923. Letter, Oct. 19, 1923, written to Mae Hartmann. Re The New World, Ecclesiastes & Dickens in Camp.

 

Urmy, Clarence Thomas, 1858-1923

 

2 letters, 1919 & n. d.

 

Utley, George Burwell, 1876-

See Newberry Library, Chicago

 

Van Antwerp, William Clarkson, 1867-1938

 

6 letters, 1930-1931. With these: Invitation, May 19, 1931, to meet A. Edward Newton.

 

Van Deinse, F. C.

 

3 letters, 1922-1934. Re If It Were Today & The Lighthouse.

 

Van Gelder, H. Smidt

 

4 letters, 1925-1926. Re The Heathen Chinee, Sonnets From the Portuguese & To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle.

 

Van Patten, Nathan, 1887-

See Stanford University. Library

 

Van Roosbroeck, Gustave Leopold, 1888-

See Romanic Review

 

Vatican. Biblioteca Vaticana

 

2 letters, 1931. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri, The Psalms of the Singer David & other books.

 

Veale, Richard Rains, 1864-1937

 

2 letters, 1931-1932

 

Victoria & Albert Museum, South Kensington

 

2 letters, 1923. Written by G. H. Palmer, Keeper, Library. Re Notes on South America & Life of Dante.

 

Vinton, Warren Jay, 1889-

 

2 letters, 1929. Letter, July 7, written to Nell U. O'Day. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Vollbehr, Otto H. F.

 

6 letters, 1935. Letter, Nov. 29, written for him by his secretary. Re Nash printing a catalogue for an exhibition of Vollbehr's collection of Americana Vetustissima.

 

Walling, Anna (Strunsky), 1879-

 

Letter, Jan. 24, 1930. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Ward, Clarence Richard, 1870-

 

2 letters, 1931

 

Ward (D. L.) Company

 

3 letters, 1925-1929. Re If It Were Today & The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Warren, Althea Hester, 1886-1958

See Los Angeles. Public Library

 

Washington. University, Seattle. Library

See Henry, William Elmer

 

Way, Washington Irving, 1853-1931

 

9 letters, 1917-1925 & n. d. Letter, Apr. 7, 1917, includes annotated typescript by F. J. Mosher. Re Migratory Books: Their Haunts & Habits, Little Willie & other books.

 

Weitenkampf, Frank, 1866-

 

Letter, Jan. 8, 1925

 

Wellborn, Leila (Jones)

 

Letter, Feb. 4, 1934. Re The Lighthouse.

 

Wenzel, Caroline

See California. State Library, Sacramento

 

Wheat, Carl Irving, 1892-1966

 

13 letters, 1926-1931. Re To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle, Bene Dictum, Benedicte & other books.

 

Whelan, Edward Joseph, 1887-

 

15 letters, 1930-1939. Written mainly while President, University of San Francisco. Re Laudes Virgilianae, Father Damien & other books.

 

Whitmarsh, C. F.

See Printing Art

 

Wicksteed, Philip H.

 

4 letters, 1921-1923. Letters, 1921, probably written to W. R. K. Young. Re Life of Dante (Nash printed his translation) & Ecclesiastes.

 

Wilbur, Ray Lyman, 1875-1949

 

Letter, Apr. 10, 1929. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Wiley, Hugh, 1884-

 

Letter, Jan. 26, 1926

 

Willard, Daniel, 1861-

 

Letter, Nov. 24, 1933. Written for him by his secretary; addressed to J. O. Gallagher.

 

Willard, Howard Whitford

 

6 letters, 1923-1924 & n. d. Re The Silverado Squatters (which he illustrated).

 

Williams, James Willard, 1885-

 

3 letters, 1926-1929. Letter, July 1, 1926, written for him by his secretary. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Williams, Michael, 1877-

 

Letter, Dec. 16, 1916. Re The Ideal Book.

 

Willicombe, Joseph

See Hearst, William Randolph

 

Willing, John Thomson, 1860-

 

2 letters, 1922-1924. Letter, 1922, written while President, American Institute of Graphic Arts. Letter, 1924, re Lake Isle of Innisfree.

 

Willis, Margaret D. (Baker), d. 1941 [Mrs. Bailey Willis]

 

Letter, Jan. 30, 1925. Requesting Nash to speak to the Palo Alto Art Club.

 

Wilson, Leonard, 1869-

 

Letter, Jan. 15, 1919

 

Wilson, Mary Elizabeth, 1869-

 

10 letters, 1915-1928 & n. d. Several letters concern catalogs Nash printed for Anna Head School. Others re The Ideal Book, Barney McGee & other publications.

 

Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924

 

Letter, June 21, 1918. Written for him by his secretary, J. P. Tumulty.

 

Winser, Beatrice

See Newark, N. J. Public Library

 

Winship, George Parker, 1871-

 

Letter, Feb. 17, 1923. Re Life of Dante.

 

Wise, Milton E.

 

3 letters, 1916-1921. Re The Ideal Book, The New World & Ecclesiastes.

 

Wobber, Edward H.

 

Letter, Mar. 17, 1931

 

Wobber, Herman

 

Letter, Mar. 18, 1931

 

Wobber, William Peter, 1876-

 

Letter, Mar. 13, 1931

 

Wood, Charles Erskine Scott, 1852-1944

 

4 letters, 1921-1922 & n. d. Re Ecclesiastes, Life of Dante & The Comedy of Dante Alighieri

 

Woods, Henry, 1854-1936

 

33 letters, 1929-1935 & n. d. Letter, June 3, 1929, written to Nell U. O'Day. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri, Laudes Virgilianae & other books.

 

Woods, James

 

2 letters, 1926-1929. Letter, 1926, transmits letter (copy) to J. W. Coffroth. Re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth & Little Willie.

 

Wooten, William Blaine

 

6 letters, 1927-1931. Letter, July 23, 1930, written to Nell U. O'Day. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri & Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press.

 

Worden, J. Perry, 1866-

 

Letter, Feb. 3, 1927. Written to [Nell U. ] O'Day. Transmits copy of his letter to J. W. Coffroth re An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth.

 

World Book Company

 

27 letters, 1923-1929. Written by C. W. Hodgson. Several letters written for him. Several letters written to M. B. Anderson & others. Many letters relate to arrangements for Nash to publish a limited edition of M. B. Anderson's translation of The Comedy of Dante Alighieri. Other letters concern Life of Dante, Little Willie & Cornelius Cole.

 

Wroth, Lawrence Counselman, 1884-

 

Letter, Feb. 13, 1930. Copy, written to H. L. Bullen. Written while Librarian, John Carter Brown Library.

 

Yale, Charles Gregory

See Bohemian Club, San Francisco

 

Young, George Gilray, 1876-

 

Letter, Sept. 27, 1923. Re Life of Dante.

 

Young, Waldemar, 1880-

 

3 letters, 1929-1936. Letters, May 24, 1929 & Apr. 6, 1936, written to Nell U. O'Day. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Young, William R. K.

 

10 letters, 1913-1921. Several letters (copies) written to others. Re A Tragedy in Printer's Ink, The Ideal Book, & Ecclesiastes. With these: 2 notes by Mrs. Young.

 

Zamorano Club

See Beckett, Garner A.

 

Zeitlin, Jacob Israel, 1902-

 

10 letters, 1929-1931. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri, Little Willie & Cobden-Sanderson and the Doves Press.

 

Zellerbach, Harold Lionel, 1894-

 

3 letters, 1926-1929. Letter, Sept. 6, 1929, written for him by his secretary. Re The Comedy of Dante Alighieri.

 

Zellerbach, Henry

 

Letter, Dec. 27, 1920

 

Zellerbach, Isadore, 1866-1941

 

6 letters, 1926-1937. Letter (copy), Jan. 21, 1927, written to J. W. Coffroth. Re To Remember Ray Frederick Coyle, An Appreciation of James Wood Coffroth & other books.

 

Zellerbach, James David, 1892-1963

 

5 letters, 1920-1928. Letter, Jan. 6, 1928, written for him by his secretary. Re Lake Isle of Innisfree, Sonnets From the Portuguese & other books.