Fred Lockley Papers and Addenda: Finding Aid

Finding aid prepared by Huntington staff, 1960, and updated by Brooke M. Black, February 1, 2013, with supplementary encoding by Diann Benti in September 2017
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Overview of the Collection

Title: Fred Lockley Papers and Addenda
Dates (inclusive): 1849-1958
Collection Number: mssLockley papers
Creator: Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958
Extent: Approximately 1,400 pieces in 21 boxes
Repository: The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. Manuscripts Department
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, California 91108
Phone: (626) 405-2129
Email: reference@huntington.org
URL: http://www.huntington.org
Abstract: This collection consists of the papers of Oregon historian and Pacific Monthly editor Fred Lockley Jr. (1871-1958) and his father, newspaper editor Frederic E. Lockley Sr. (1824-1905), as well as some family papers. Includes the memoirs, Civil War diary and letters, and later correspondence and observations from Salt Lake City of Fred Lockley Sr. The collection also includes correspondence and business papers related to the Pacific Monthly magazine, including letters concerning literary figures such as Jack London, Edwin Markham, and others. There are also materials related to Oregon history.
Language: English.

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[Identification of item]. Fred Lockley Papers and Addenda, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Provenance

Gift and purchase of Fred Lockley, 1947-1959, gift of Lawrence Lockley, 1959-1960, and purchase from L & T Respess Books, 1992.

Biographical Note on Fred Lockley Sr.

Frederick E. Lockley Sr. (1824-1905) was born in England and came to the United States in 1848. He worked for Frank Leslie's Illustrated News and Horace Greeley's Tribune before joining the Union forces during the Civil War in 1862. After the war, he joined the staff of the Cleveland Leader, and in 1869, moved to Leavenworth, Kansas, and worked on the Evening Bulletin. There he attended an Indian Council at Ocmulgee (Oklahoma) and became interested in Indian affairs. His letters and articles were published in the New York World, Lippincott's Magazine, the Overland, and many other periodicals. He became editor of the Salt Lake City Tribune in 1872. After a brief time with the San Francisco Tribune, he went to Butte, Montana, to edit the Inter-Mountain, before moving to Arkansas City, Kansas, to edit the Traveler. In 1888, Lockley settled in Salem, Oregon, to edit the Capital Journal. After 1899, he spent the remainder of his life in Missoula, Montana. He died in 1905, while visiting his son, Frederick E. Lockley Jr. (1871-1958), in Salem, Oregon.

Biographical Note on Fred Lockley Jr.

Frederick E. Lockley Jr. (1871-1958) was an Oregon historian, editor and rare book dealer. He first gained prominence as editor and manager of the Pacific Monthly (1907-11). Lockley was born in Leavenworth, Kansas, on March 19, 1871, and moved with his family to the various towns in the American West where his father, Frederic E. Lockley Sr. (1871-1958), was employed as a newspaper editor. During his boyhood, he worked on the newspapers edited by his father--as carrier-boy on the Butte Inter-Mountain, printer's devil on the Arkansas City Traveler, and later, as compositor, pressman, reporter, and circulation manager on the Capital Journal at Salem, and still later, as field agent, collector and solicitor on the Oregon Statesman and Pacific Homestead. He was also circulation manager and part owner of the East Oregonian of Pendleton, Oregon. Around 1907, Lockley began work with the Pacific Monthly. He wrote for the Pacific Monthly, as well as for other magazines including American Magazine and Youth's Companion. In 1911, Lockley joined the staff of the Portland newspaper, the Oregon Journal, as a columnist and feature writer. He entered the service during World War I and served with the Y.M.C.A. in front line work at Amiens and Abbeville on the British Front. Upon his return, he continued with the Oregon Journal, and wrote books on Oregon history. During these years, he also conducted a book business specializing in Western books and manuscripts, which he continued until his death in 1958.

Biographical Note on Lawrence C. Lockley

Lawrence Campbell Lockley (1899-1969) was the son of Frederick E. Lockley Jr. (1871-1958). He taught English before changing fields and becoming a market analyst for such firms as Du Pont and Curtis Publishing Company. He later became dean of the School of Commerce at the University of Southern California and professor of Business Administration at the University of Santa Clara.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of the papers gathered by Fred Lockley Jr. (1871-1958), his own papers, and those of his father, Frederic E. Lockley Sr. (1824-1905).
The papers of Fred E. Lockley (1824-1905) contain his memoirs, his Civil War diary, letters to his wife written from the field during the Civil War, letters from Kansas concerning Indian affairs (1871-72), correspondence with Eastern editors, and letters from Salt Lake City about Mormons and Mormonism (1873) and his observations of the trial of John D. Lee (1875).
The papers of Fred E. Lockley, Jr. (1871-1958) contain items relating to the Pacific Monthly magazine, including letters concerning literary figures such as Jack London, Edwin Markham, and others. There are also business papers, and a record book of payments made to contributes to the Pacific monthly from 1907-1911. Lockley's papers also contain his interviews with Oregon pioneers and items he collected regarding Oregon history, mainly pertaining to land titles.
Correspondents in the collection include: Clarence Bagley, Frederick R. Bechdolt, Maynard Dixon, George Wharton James, David Starr Jordan, Charmian London, Lute Pease (appears in the collection as both an author and addressee), Giffort Pinchot, Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., and Charles Warren Stoddard.
Addenda #1 is made up of 88 items (three boxes) consisting of volumes, manuscripts, correspondence, and ephemera. The 19 volumes consist of account books, diaries, notes for stories, etc. Most of the volumes belong to Fred Lockley. Also includes two diaries by Fred's wife Laura and a scrapbook belonging to his father, Fred E. Lockley. The manuscripts include drafts of stories by Fred Lockley and his notes. There are also a few manuscripts by other writers including Fred's son Lawrence. The correspondence includes letters by Fred Lockley, his mother, Oregon politician Oliver C. Applegate, Secretary of Navy Josephus Daniels, Herbert Hoover, while he was head of the U.S. Food Administration, Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., Edith Roosevelt, and Fred's son Lawrence. There are also several pieces of ephemera.
Addenda #2 consists of 14 letters. Prominent participants include: Fred Lockley, Fred's father Fred E. Lockley, General George R. Maxwell, Senator James Madison Harvey, Judge James B. McKean, Judge Jacob S. Boreman, Utah newspaper man George W. Reed, and Utah businessman and politician Herbert S. Auerbach. Subjects include: Salt Lake City, Portland, California history, Mormons, Brigham Young, John D. Lee and newspapers in Oregon and Utah.
Some notable items include:
  • Colfax, Schuyler. To the Salt Lake City Tribune. 1878 July 5. Box 6
  • Colfax, Schuyler. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1878 July 19. Box 6
  • Dixon, Maynard. Letters to Arno Dosch, Lute Pease, Washington Magazine, and to William Bittle Wells. 8 letters, 1906-1909. Box 10 (Folders 12-16)
  • Eames, Ninetta. To Lute Pease. 1908 April 11 and 20. 2 letters re Jack London. Box 10 (Folder 28)
  • Finley, William L. To Eliza (London) Shepard and Jack London. 3 letters, 1912. Box 10 (Folders 45-47)
  • Forbes, Alexander. To William Forbes. 1849 November 8. Letter re overland journey to California, life in the mines and work at Benecia. Box 10 (Folder 54)
  • Hall, Charlotte. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1936 October 11 and 21 re first printing press in Oregon brought from the Hawaiian Islands. Box 10 (Folder 74)
  • Lockley, Frederic E. Sr. "Memoirs of an Unsuccessful Man." [After 1901] Box 1
  • Lockley, Frederic E. Sr. Civil War Diary. 1864. Box 4
  • Lockley, Frederic E. Sr. To Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley. 1871 June 8. Letter re Indian Council at Ocmulgee, Oklahoma. Box 6
  • Lockley, Frederic E. Sr. To Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley. 1872. 15 letters re Indian Affairs. Box 6
  • Lockley, Frederic E. Sr. To Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley. 1873. 16 letters re Mormons and Mormonism. Box 6
  • Lockley, Frederic E. Sr. To Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley. 1875. 7 letters re the trial of John Doyle Lee. Box 6
  • London, Charmian (Kittredge). To Frederic E. Lockley Jr., Hope (Gans) Lockley, and Lute Pease. 9 letters. 1909. Box 11 (Folders 39-41)
  • London, Jack. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. and Lute Pease. 3 letters. 1909-1913. Box 11 (Folders 42-43)
  • Markham, Anna Catherine (Murphy). To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1921 May 3. Contains biographical sketch of Edwin Markham. Box 12 (Folder 10)
  • Markham, Edwin. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 2 letters, 1922 and 1926. Box 12 (Folder 11)
  • Marquis, Donald Robert Perry. To Lute Pease. 3 letters, 1907-1909. Box 10 (Folder 12)
  • Miller, Frank Augustus. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 8 letters, 1920-1933. Mainly re the Belgian Cross from Amiens for Mount Rubidoux in Riverside, California. Box 12 (Folder 54)
  • Pacific Monthly business record. Box 8
  • Pacific Monthly. To Ladd & Tilton Bank. 1908 September 12. Box 12 (Folder 47)
  • Pease, Lute. To Jack London. 2 letters, 1909-1911. Box 12 (Folder 47)
  • Pease, Lute. To George Sterling. 1908 June 26. Letter re Jack London and the Overland. Box 12 (Folder 55)
  • Stoddard, Charles Warren. To John Fleming Wilson and Lute Pease. 5 letters, 1907. Box 13 (Folders 41-42)
  • Bogart, Nancy M. (Hembree) Snow. Reminiscences of journey across the plains in 1843 with Dr. Marcus Whitman's caravan and early life in Oregon. After 1910. Box 14 (Folder 3)
  • Willard, Frances. To Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley. 1880 November 10. Box 5

Arrangement

Arranged in the following order:
  • 1. Papers related to Frederic E. Lockley Sr., 1824-1905 (Boxes 1-7)
  • 2. Papers related to Fred Lockley Jr., 1871-1950 (Boxes 8-13)
  • 3. Manuscripts (Boxes 14-16)
  • 4. Legal papers (Box 17)
  • 5. Addenda #1 (Boxes 18-20)
  • 6. Addenda #2 (Box 21)

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the Huntington Library's Online Catalog.  

Subjects

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958.
Lockley, Fred E.
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
Lee, John D. (John Doyle), 1812-1877 -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Markham, Edwin, 1852-1940.
Young, Brigham, 1801-1877.
Pacific Monthly.
Authors, American -- 19th century -- Correspondence.
Authors, American -- 20th century -- Correspondence.
Editors -- West (U.S.) -- Correspondence.
Indians of North America -- Kansas.
Journalists -- United States -- Correspondence.
Mormons -- Utah.
Pioneers -- Oregon.
California -- History -- 19th century.
Oregon -- History -- 19th century.
Portland (Or.) -- History.
Salt Lake City (Utah) -- History.
Salt Lake City (Utah) -- Newspapers -- Sources.
Utah -- History -- 19th century.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives.

Forms/Genres

Diaries -- United States.
Letters (correspondence) -- United States.
Manuscripts -- United States.
Personal papers -- United States.

Additional Contributors

Applegate, O. C. (Oliver Cromwell), 1845-1938.
Auerbach, Herbert S. (Herbert Samuel), 1882-1945, recipient.
Bagley, Clarence, 1843-1932.
Bechdolt, Frederick R. (Frederick Ritchie), 1874-1950.
Boreman, Jacob Smith, 1831-1913.
Daniels, Josephus, 1862-1948.
Dixon, Maynard, 1875-1946.
Harvey, James Madison, 1833-1894.
Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964.
James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931.
Lockley, Fred E.
Lockley, Lawrence Campbell, 1899-.
London, Charmian.
Maxwell, George R., 1842-1889.
McKean, Jas. B. (James Bedell), 1821-1879.
Pease, Lute, 1869-1963.
Pinchot, Gifford, 1865-1946.
Reed, George W.
Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow, 1861-1948.
Roosevelt, Theodore, 1887-1944.
Stoddard, Charles Warren, 1843-1909.


Collection Contents

 

Frederic E. Lockley Sr. (1824-1905) Papers

Box 1

Autobiographical materials

 

Lockley, Frederic E. Sr. Autobiographical Notes, 1905 (1 piece)

 

Lockley, Frederic E. Sr. "Memoirs of an Unsuccessful Man, [after 1901] (1 piece)

Contains:
  • Part I: 1824-1848 (Early life)
  • Part II: 1848-1862 (Pre-Civil War period)
  • Part III: 1863-1865 (Civil War years)
  • Part IV: 1865-1872 (Post-Civil War period in Kansas, etc.)
  • Part V: 1873-1875 (Salt Lake City, etc.)
 

Certificate of naturalization (1859) and appointment as school superintendent (1883) (2 pieces)

Box 2

Civil War records and correspondence to Elizabeth Lockley

 

Civil War records (muster-in-roll, appointments, statements, discharge papers, etc. (17 pieces)

 

Letters from Frederic E. Lockley Sr. to his wife, Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley, 1860-1863 (153 pieces)

Box 3

Civil War correspondence to Elizabeth Lockley (continued)

 

Letters from Frederic E. Lockley Sr. to his wife, Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley, 1864-1865 (145 pieces)

Box 4

Civil War diary, manuscripts, and typescript copies of letters

 

Typewritten copies of letters from Frederic E. Lockley Sr. to his wife, Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley, written during Civil War (2 volumes) [from originals in Boxes 2-3]

 

Civil War Diary of Frederick E. Lockley Sr., 1864 May 14-31 (with lists of wounded and killed) (1 volume)

 

Two manuscripts re: Civil War, undated (2 pieces)

Box 5

Elizabeth Lockley Papers

 

Letters from Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley to Frederic E. Lockley Sr., 1863-1865 (118 pieces)

 

Diary of Elizabeth Lockley, 1863 January 1-November 15 (1 volume)

 

Reminiscences, [after 1927] (1 volume)

 

Autograph album, 1860-1915 (1 volume)

 

Postcard from Frances Willard, 1880 November 10 (1 piece)

Box 6

Post-Civil War Correspondence

 

Atlantic Monthly. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1873 February 19

 

Bartlett, W. C. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1871 April 20

 

Carmany, john H. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1871 July 18

 

Colfax, Schuyler. To Editor, Salt Lake Tribune. 1878 July 5

 

Colfax, Schuyler. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1878 July 19

 

Crolly, David Goodman. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1871-1872 (4 pieces)

 

Earle, A. L. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1873 May 2

 

Gallagher, George W. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1880 February 11 and 21

 

Goodrich, W. B. Letter of introduction for Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1869 October 2

 

Harraden, Beatrice. To "Mr. Blades." 1894 November 3

 

Hinman, Wilbur F. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1879 August 12

 

Hollister, O. J. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1876 June 26

 

Hurlbert, William Henry. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1877 November 11

 

Lippincott's Magazine. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1871-1872 (4 letters)

 

Lockley, Frederic E., Sr. To Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley re Indian Council at Ocmulgee. 1871 June 8

 

Lockley, Frederic E., Sr. To Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley re Indian Affairs. 1872 (15 letters)

 

Lockley, Frederic E., Sr. To Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley re Mormons and Salt Lake City. 1873 (16 letters)

 

Lockley, Frederic E., Sr. To Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley re trial of John D. Lee. 1875 (7 letters)

 

Lockley, Frederic E., Sr. To Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley. 1880 April 28

 

Lockley, Frederic E., Sr. To Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley from Butte, Montana. 1884 (2 letters)

 

Lockley, Frederic E., Sr. To Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley. 1885 July 26

 

Lockley, Frederic E., Sr. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1899-1905 (43 pieces)

 

Lockley, Frederic E., Sr. To Editor of San Francisco Examiner. Letter re polygamy in Utah. Approximately 1904

 

Logan, John Alexander. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1879 February 16

 

McBride, John Rogers. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1879-1880 (2 letters)

 

Merchant, L. S. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1884 May 30

 

Pond, James Burton. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1875 January 5

 

Prescott, George F. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1883 (2 letters)

 

Prescott, Ruth M? To Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley. 1883 May 18

 

St. Louis Daily Times. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1872 September 19

 

Sherman, D. S. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1901-1903 (3 letters)

 

Siebeneck, Joseph G. and William A. Collins. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1870

 

Stillson, Jerome B. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1873-1877 (4 letters)

 

Storey, Wilbur Fisk. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1871-1873 (7 letters)

 

Stow, Charles. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1870 December 14

 

Thomas, Arthur L. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1891 June 6

 

Western Monthly. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1870 October 19

 

Williams, George F. To Frederic E. Lockley Sr. 1872 May 20

 

Microfilm copies of letters of Lockley. 1875, 1903-1904 (1 reel)

Box 7

Manuscripts; Notebook; Miscellaneous papers

 

Various manuscripts (15 pieces)

 

Notebook, 1880-1889 (1 piece)

 

Miscellaneous notes, clippings, etc. (8 pieces)

 

Fred Lockley Papers (1871-1950)

Box 8

Autobiographical notes; Photographs; Pacific Monthly business papers

 

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. Autobiographical notes (2 pieces)

 

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. Photographs (16 pieces)

 

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. Business papers, 1899-1922 (13 pieces)

 

Pacific Monthly. Business Papers

 

Records, agreements, etc. 1898-1912 (7 pieces)

 

Record book of prices paid for contributors, 1907-1911 (1 volume)

Including authors such as Jack London, Sinclair Lewis, Joaquin Miller, Eugene M. Rhodes, and Charles Warren Stoddard.
Box 9

Correspondence, Adair-Curtis

Folder 1

Adair, Bethinia Angelina (Owens) To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1921

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 2

Aiken, Charles S. To F. O. Popenoe. 1906

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 3

Aiken, Ednah (Robinson) To Lute Pease. Approximately 1906?

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 4

Albee, H. R. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1937 August 5

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 5

Albert, Joseph H. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1837 June 4

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 6

Allen, Ann S. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1921 October 5

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 7

Allen, Riley H. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 May 18

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 8

American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, Inc. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1935 March 7

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 9

Anderson, Lawrence. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1922 April 12

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 10

Anderson, Thomas McArthur. To the Editor, Pacific Monthly. 1908-1914

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 11

Angelotti, F. M. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911 February 16

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 12

Ariga, J. C. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1937 September 16

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 13

Bagley, Clarence Booth. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1923-1925

Physical Description: 29 pieces
Folder 14

Balfour, Guthrie & Co. To J. R. Cardwell. 1895 November 26

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 15

Ballard, J. Hudson. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1939 April 20

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 16

Barnes, A. M. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1922-1923

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 17

Barnes, Eben A. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1932 July 6

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 18

Barrett, John. To Lute Pease. 1907 and 1909

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 19

Barrows, Will. To Editor, Pacific Monthly. 1909 February 12

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 20

Barry, James H. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1913 June 19

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 21

Bartlett, Lanier. To Editor, Pacific Monthly. 1905 July 12

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 22

Baskelle, Ewing C. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1946 July 29

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 23

Bates, Henry Liberty. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1921 June 15

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 24

Baugh, John Kendrick. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1919 August 19

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 25

Beach, Rex E. To Pacific Monthly. 1906 February 17

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 26

Beane, George A. To Pacific Monthly. 1907 December 21

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 27

Bechdolt, Frederick Ritchie (including note by James Hopper). To Lute Pease. 1907-1909

Physical Description: 6 pieces
Folder 28

Bennett, A. To William Bittle Wells. 1904 August 6

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 29

Bissett, Clark P. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1922 September 8

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 30

Blythe. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1922 May 24

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 31

Boise, Watson E. (annexed, reply from Lockley). To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1939 July 3

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 32

Borah, William Edgar. To Pacific Monthly. 1907 December 26

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 33

Bourne, Jonathan. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1910 and 1911

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 34

Bowden, Angie (Burt) To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1935 August 29

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 35

R.R. Bowker Co. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. [1946]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 36

Bowie, Henry P. To 1906 April 3 and 4

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 37

Bowman, Harold Leonard. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1936 and 1938

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 38

Brady, John Green. To Arno Dosch. 1906 February 23

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 39

Braley, Berton. To Editor, Pacific Monthly. [Approximately 1910?]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 40

Brandt, Albert. To Pacific Monthly. 1906 February 12

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 41

Bristow, Joseph L. To Pacific Monthly. 1911 February 22

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 42

Bronson, E. B. To Lute Pease. 1909 May 21

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 43

Brown, Donald A. (annexed: manuscript of "The Rosary and Special Devotion Chaplets") To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1933 May 7 and June 13

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 44

Brown, James W. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1930-1936

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 45

Brown, Valentine (annexed: manuscript of "Beads of Glass) To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1923 and 1925

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 46

Bryan, Enoch A. To Pacific Monthly. 1908 February 12

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 47

Burbank, Luther. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1916 February 4

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 48

Burnside, Ralph H. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1922 June 16

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 49

Burton, Pomeroy. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1919 September 24

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 50

Bush, C. L. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1932 April 30

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 51

Cameron, Agnes Dean. To Editor, Pacific Monthly. 1904-1907

Physical Description: 7 pieces
Folder 52

Campbell, A. B. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1934 September 8

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 53

Campbell, William Wallace. To William Bittle Wells. 1906 May 13

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 54

[Campbell, William Wallace]? To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. [1909?]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 55

Capital Journal (Salem, Oregon). To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 July 8

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 56

Capper, Arthur. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911-1933

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 57

Cardwell, Mae H. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1924

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 58

Carey, Charles H. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911 and 1914

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 59

Carroll College. Library. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (plus two replies from Lockley) 1935

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 60

Carter, W. H. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1936 April 28

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 61

Cawston, Edwin. To Jennie K. Hilton. 1904 July 16

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 62

Chamberlain, George Earle. To Pacific Monthly. 1908-1911

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 63

Chandler, Harry. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1937 June 18

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 64

Chapman, C. C. To Pacific Monthly. [1909]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 65

Chittenden, Hiram Martin. To Lute Pease. 1909

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 66

Clark, Charles Badger. To Lute Pease and John Wilson (also letter from Mrs. C. B. Clark and five poems) 1907-1909

Physical Description: 22 pieces
Folder 67

Clark, Susie I. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1925-1948

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 68

Clarke, Harry. To John W. Bradenburg. 1850

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 69

Clarke, S. A. To [William Bittle Wells]? 1903 November 12

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 70

Cleland, A. M. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1910 November 8

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 71

Clinedinst, B. M. To Pacific Monthly. 1903

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 72

Cooke, Edmund Vance. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1915? and 1916

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 73

Cookingham, Edward. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1912 and 1914

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 74

Cornwall, George M. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 September 29

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 75

Cortelyou, George Bruce. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1901 November 2

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 76

Cowen, Robert Ernest. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1937 August 11

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 77

Crain, Henry A. To Oregon Daily Journal. 1937 October 8

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 78

Crandall, Lulu D. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1926 August 10

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 79

Crawford, James W. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1936 November 21

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 80

Crawford, Mazie. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1915 March 24

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 81

Crissey, Forrest. To C. H. Jones. 1908 April 22

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 82

Cross, Guernsey T. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1932 July 25

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 83

Curtis, Asahel. To Lute Pease. 1909 March 18

Physical Description: 1 piece
Box 10

Correspondence, Dangerfield-Himes

Folder 1

Dangerfield, Clinton. To Lute Pease. 1909 July 24

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 2

Daniels, Josephus. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1920 March 19

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 3

D'Arcy, M. H. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. [1933?] October 18

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 4

Davis, Robert Hobart. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1910-1911

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 5

Decker, Peter. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1946 July 26

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 6

DeHaven, James. To Pacific Monthly. [Approximately 1910?]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 7

DeLaney, Paul. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1908 and 1928

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 8

deLongpre, Paul. To "My dear sir." 1904 September 7

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 9

Dermody, Daniel Elmer. To Editor, Pacific Monthly. 1908-1909

Physical Description: 6 pieces
Folder 10

DesVoignes, Jules Verne. To Lute Pease. 1907 August 17

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 11

Dibble, Harris, Co. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911 November 29

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 12

Diven, Robert Joseph. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1936 December 31

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 13

Dixon, Maynard. To Arno Dosch. 1906

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 14

Dixon, Maynard. To Lute Pease. 1907-1909

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 15

Dixon, Maynard. To Washington Magazine. 1906 May 25

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 16

Dixon, Maynard. To William Bittle Wells. 1906

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 17

Donaldson, Carrie. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1937 November 9

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 18

Dosch, Arno. To Lute Pease. 1907-1908

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 19

Dosch, Arno. To F. O. Popenoe. 1905 December 26

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 20

Dosch, Henry E. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1914 August 17

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 21

Dowell, Benjamin Franklin. Account. 1865 January 7

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 22

Drury, Clifford M. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1935

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 23

Duniway, Abigail Jane (Scott) and Mrs. Henry Waldo Coe. To Editor, Pacific Monthly. 1906 May 15

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 24

Duryea, Morris J. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1913 March 8

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 25

Dye, Eva (Emery). To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1914 and 1922

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 26

Dye, Eva (Emery). To Lute Pease. 1907 December 16

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 27

Dye, Eva (Emery). To "Mr. Thatcher." 1904 June 4

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 28

Eames, Ninetta. To Lute Pease. 1908 April 11 and 20

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 29

Eddy, Matthew. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1935 April 19

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 30

Edholm, Charlton Lawrence. To John Fleming Wilson. 1907-1909

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 31

Edwards, Jonathan. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1924 September 13

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 32

Eels, Edwin. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1914 December 29

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 33

Elliott, Howard. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911 April 27

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 34

Ellison, R. S. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1935-1936

Physical Description: 12 pieces
Folder 35

Elrod, M. J. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1924 June 18

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 36

Emerson, Edwin. To Arno Dosch. 1906

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 37

Emerson, Edwin. To Lute Pease. 1908-1909

Physical Description: 14 pieces
Folder 38

Emerson, Edwin. To William Bittle Wells. 1906 April 9

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 39

Evans, Herbert M. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1935 January 4

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 40

Fargo, Dick. To Pacific Monthly. 1909 October 25

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 41

Farley, James A. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 February 17

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 42

Farrar, John H. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1937 March 19

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 43

Fee, Charles S. To F. O. Popenoe. 1906 February 10

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 44

Field, Charles Kellogg. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1914-1916

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 45

Finley, William L. To Jack London. 1912 February 23

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 46

Finley, William L. To E. Shepard. 1912 May 25

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 47

Finley, William L. To Eliza (London) Shepard. 1912 June 11

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 48

Fisher. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1912 December 6 and 11

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 49

Fitzgerald. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1924 May 18

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 50

Fitzgerald, William G. To William Bittle Wells. 1905 March 13

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 51

Fitzpatrick, T. J. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1924 March 31

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 52

Flavel, Florence S. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (also reply from Lockley). 1938 June 12

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 53

Fleischut, Edgar J. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1930 March 12

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 54

Forbes, Alexander. To William Forbes. 1849 November 8

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 55

Fretz, DeWitt Clinton. To Lute Pease. 1909 January 7

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 56

Frothingham, Robert. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911 January 6

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 57

Furlong, Charles Wellington. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1922 April 21

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 58

Gammel's Book Store. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1931 February 4

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 59

Garnett, Kennedy Porter. To Lute Pease. 1907-1909

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 60

Gatch, Grace. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1935 October 29

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 61

Geer, Bert. To Lute Pease. 1907 December 2

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 62

Geer, Theodore Thurston. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. [After 1912]

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 63

Gibson, Maud (Lockley). To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1900 July 19

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 64

Gilchrist, R. Murray. To Lute Pease. 1909 August 14

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 65

Glynn, Bill? To Lute Pease. 1909 August 22

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 66

Goethals, George Washington. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1910 August 25

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 67

Gollings, E. W. To Arno Dosch. 1906 January 29

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 68

Gompers, Samuel. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911 January 10

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 69

Goodrich, Nathaniel L. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 January 18

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 70

Goodsill, Max M. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1936 January 21

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 71

Gray, Carl Raymond. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1912-1938

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 72

Grayson, Cary T. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1917 October 29

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 73

Jaley, J. Evetts. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1949 February 7

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 74

Hall, Charlotte. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (also notebook by Lockley on first printing press in Oregon). 1936 October 11 and 12

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 75

Hanson, J. A. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (also 5 photographs of Hanson's poultry farm). 1921

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 76

Harris, Julian. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1908-1912

Physical Description: 9 pieces
Folder 77

Harper, Frank. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1910 October 26

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 78

Harvard College. Library. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1935

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 79

Harvey, Ford. To Oregon Journal. 1919 November 22

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 80

Hendricks, R. J. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1937 October 5

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 81

Heney, Francis J. To Lute Pease. 1907 December 5

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 82

Hermann, Binger. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1921 October 26

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 83

Heye, George G. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1935

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 84

Higginson, Ella (Rhoads). To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1921 and 1922

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 85

Higginson, Ella (Rhoads). To William Bittle Wells. 1906 April 4 and 30

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 86

Hill, Edgar P. To Editor, Pacific Monthly (also letter to Charles Erskine Scott Wood). 1903 October 19

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 87

Hill, Samuel. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1913 November 10

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 88

Himes, George H. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (also portion of manuscript). 1918 and 1934

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Box 11

Correspondence, Hoffman-Lovejoy

Folder 1

Hoffman, Bert. To Arno Dosch. 1906

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 2

Holcomb, E. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 July 13

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 3

Hoover, Herbert Clark. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1943-1950

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 4

Hopper, James Marie. To Lute Pease. 1907?-1909

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 5

Hopper, Perry. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 April 25

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 6

Hopson, Ethel. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. [Approximately 1930?]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 7

Hotchkiss, Clarence R. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1937 August 24

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 8

Howard, Oliver Otis. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1906 December 18

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 9

Howarth, W. To Pacific Monthly. 1911-1913

Physical Description: 5 pieces
Folder 10

Hubbard, Elbert. To "Mr. Shaw." 1899 July 15

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 11

Hunder, C. H. To William Brattan. 1867 February 1

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 12

Hunter, William C. To Lute Pease. [Approximately 1910]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 13

Irwin, Edward P. To Editor, Pacific Monthly. 1907 July 14

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 14

Jackson, C. S. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1909-1917

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 15

James, George Wharton. To Lute Pease. 1909 May 3 and 5

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 16

James, George Wharton. To F. O. Popenoe. 1906 December 15

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 17

Johnson, Merle. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. [1930?]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 18

Jones, Charles H. To F. O. Popenoe. 1906-1911

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 19

Jones, J. M. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1932 February 12

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 20

Jones, Wesley Livsey. To Pacific Monthly. 1911 February 25

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 21

Jordon, David Starr. To Arno Dosch. 1906 February 12 and 19

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 22

Jordon, David Starr. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1917 February 27

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 23

Jordon, David Starr. To Lute Pease. 1908

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 24

Jordon, David Starr. To F. O. Popenoe. 1906 May 2

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 25

Josaphare, Lionel. To Lute Pease. 1909

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 26

Josselyn, B. S. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911 December 12

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 27

Josselyn, B. S. To Lute Pease. 1909 August 12

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 28

Jungmeyer, Jack. To Arno Dosch. 1906

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 29

Jungmeyer, Jack. To Lute Pease. 1907-1909

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 30

Kawakami, K. K. To Lute Pease. 1909

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 31

Kearny, Thomas. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. [1931?]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 32

Kelty, Paul. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1935 and 1938

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 33

King, Paul C. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 April 11

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 34

Kiser, Samuel E? To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (incomplete) 1930?

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 35

Kyne, Peter Bernard. To Pacific Monthly. 1908 March 13

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 36

Kyne, Peter Bernard. To Lute Pease. 1909 March 16

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 37

Ladd, Charles E. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1910-1915

Physical Description: 30 pieces
Folder 38

Ladd, W. M. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1910-1920

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 39

LaFollette, Robert Marion. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911 December 4

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 40

Lane, Harry. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1907 August 20

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 40a

Leiter, O. C. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. [Approximately 1910?]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 41

Lethaby, John W. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1935 November 2

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 42

Lewis, A. R. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 July 7

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 43

Lewis, E. To Pacific Monthly. 1910 March 4

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 44

Library of Congress. To Pacific Monthly. 1898-1938

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 45

Lindsey, Benjamin Barr. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1919 September 24

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 46

Little, James Raymond. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr.? (manuscript of "Swiftwater" Bill Gates of the Klondike). [Approximately 1910?]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 47

Little, Lora C. To Editor, Pacific Monthly. 1909 July 6

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 48

Livingston, Leon Ray. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1910 September 25

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 49

Lockley, Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell). To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1899 October 10

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 50

Lockley, Emma. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1893 September 7

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 51

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. To Commanding Officer, Vancouver Barracks. 1928 March 26

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 52

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. To Edward Cookingham. 1911 March 31

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 53

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. To Albert Dressler. 1928 April 11

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 54

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. To Maud (Lockley) Gibson. 1922 October 9

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 55

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. To John D. Hiltibrand. 1930 July 15

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 56

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. To C. S. Jackson. 1909 May 21

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 57

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. To Merle Johnson. 1929 August 15

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 58

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. To B. S. Josselyn. 1910 January 11 and 19

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 59

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. To Charles E. Ladd. 1911

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 60

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. To Librarian, Washburn, N.D. 1930 January 2

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 61

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. To Elizabeth Metcalf (Campbell) Lockley. 1918

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 62

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. To Hope (Gans) Lockley. 1918-1921

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 63

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. To Ann McDonnell. 1935

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 64

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. To Portland Public Library 1938 August 30

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 65

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. To Mrs. Frank Soule. 1909 April 4

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 66

Lockley, Frederic E. Jr. To Pearl Yantis. 1946 August 21

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 67

Lockley? Harrison. To "Uncle Frank." 1921 November 16

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 68

Lockley? Josie? To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1900 August 31

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 69

Lockley, Lawrence Campbell. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1916-1956

Physical Description: 12 pieces
Folder 70

Lockley? Lou. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1900

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 71

London, Charmian (Kittredge). To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1909-1924

Physical Description: 7 pieces
Folder 72

London, Charmian (Kittredge). To Hope (Gans) Lockley. 1909 October 28

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 73

London, Charmian (Kittredge). To Lute Pease. 1909 October 22

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 74

London, Jack. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1913 February 3

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 75

London, Jack. To Lute Pease. 1909 and 1911

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 76

Loomis, L. E. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 May 4

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 77

Lovejoy, Esther (Clayson) Pohl. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1921 January 29

Physical Description: 1 piece
Box 12

Correspondence, McColloch-Ruddick

Folder 1

McColloch, Claude. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1936 November 23

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 2

McGrath, Adell. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1936 December 20

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 3

MacManus, S. To Pacific Monthly: receipt. 1912 January 5

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 4

McMurray, O. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1936 December 21

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 5

McNary, Charles Linza. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1921 February 1

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 6

McNemee, R. J. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1924 September 18

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 7

Mallery, Olive S. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 September 12

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 8

Maloney, H. S. To Robert B. Laughlin. 1881 November 8

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 9

Mann, James B. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 February 5

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 10

Markham, Anna Catherine (Murphy) To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (containing biographical sketch of Edwin Markham, etc.) 1921 May 3

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 11

Markham, Edwin. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1922 and 1926

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 12

Marquis, Donald Robert Perry. To Lute Pease. 1907-1909

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 13

Martinez y Orozco, Xavier Tizoc. To Editor, Pacific Monthly. 1907 October 8

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 14

Masa?, Alfred B. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1919 October 5

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 15

Mazzanovich, Anton. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1926 March 10

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 16

Meany, Edmond S. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1923 May 5

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 17

Merk, Frederick. To Joseph Schafer (also copy of Schafer's reply). 1924 July 26

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 18

Merriam, Clinton Hart. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1935 and 1936

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 19

Merriam, Clinton Hart. To Lute Pease. 1908 June 12

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 20

Metcalfe, James Stetson. To William Bittle Wells. 1906

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 21

Miller, Annie Laura. To William Bittle Wells. 1904 November 7

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 22

Miller, Cincinnatus Hiner. To John F. Rose. 1906 March 4

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 23

Miller, Frank Augustus. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (and also correspondence re Belgian Cross for Mt. Rubidoux in Riverside, California). 1920-1933

Physical Description: 8 pieces
Folder 24

Miller, Lischen M. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1899 August 28

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 25

Mitchell, John Hipple. To William Bittle Wells. 1903

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 26

Moody, Z. P. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1914 February 24

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 27

Moorhouse, Ella. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1932 October 7

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 28

Moran, Robert. To Lute Pease. 1908 March 12

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 29

Morgan, J. Edward. To Lute Pease. 1909 October 13

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 30

Morrow, W. H. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1937 August 31

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 31

Morse, Willard S. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (also reply from Lockley) 1922

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 32

Murphy, Harry. To Lute Pease. 1907-1909

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 33

Nash, Wallis. To Pacific Monthly. 1906-1911

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 34

New South Wales. Library. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1935 February 6

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 35

New York. Library. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1937 April 8

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 36

Norris, Edwin. To Pacific Monthly. 1908 March 19

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 37

North American Review. To Lawrence Campbell Lockley (with enclosed manuscript). 1920 March 24

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 38

Noyes, E. A. To C. S. Jackson. 1912

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 39

Olcott, Ben W. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911 April 25

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 40

O'Malley, M. G. To Pacific Monthly. 1911 December 19

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 41

Oregonian Publishing Co. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1901 June 10

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 42

Osborn, John W. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 43

Osborn, Lois. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. [After 1922]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 44

Otis, Harrison Gray. To H. L. Fish. [After 1912]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 45

Overholt, Miles. To Lute Pease. 1907 September 6

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 46

Pacific Monthly. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1901 August 14

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 47

Pacific Monthly. To Ladd & Tilton Bank. 1908 September 12

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 48

Packwood, William H. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (also his reminiscences). 1915

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 49

Palmer, Charles J. To Editor, Pacific Monthly (containing three small drawings on letterhead). 1908 April 16

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 50

Paramount Pictures, Inc. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 January 6 and 31

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 51

Pearson, Samuel. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1921 July 13

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 52

Pease, Lute. To Robin Ernest Dunbar. 1909 July 13

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 53

Pease, Lute. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1910

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 54

Pease, Lute. To Jack London. 1910-1911

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 55

Pease, Lute. To George Sterling. 1908 June 26

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 56

Pease, Lute. "Diagram of the Goodnoe subject." [Approximately 1910]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 57

Phillips, John Sanburn. To Lute Pease. 1909 January 21

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 58

Pickard, E. H. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1923 June 5

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 59

Piepenbrink, William J. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1934 April 20

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 60

Pinchot, Gifford. To Chares E. Ladd. 1907 March 16

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 61

Pinchot, Gifford. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911 October 28

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 62

Pinchot, Gifford. To Lute Pease. 1908 January 3

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 63

Pipes, George A. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1930 December 10

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 64

Pittock, H. L. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. [Approximately 1910?]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 65

Plowman, Mabel Williams. To Lute Pease. 1907 December 17

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 66

Poindexter, Miles. To Pacific Monthly. 1911 February 22

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 67

Post, Louis Freeland. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 68

Powers, Mildred S. To Alice Taylor. 1910 January 15

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 69

Price, A. S. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1937 April 26

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 70

Proctor, Alexander Phinister. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (containing small drawing on letterhead). 19928 June 15

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 71

G. P. Putnam's Sons (firm). To Lute Pease. 1909 July 26

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 72

Putnam, Rex. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 January 25

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 73

Rand, Batie P. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1924 January 5

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 74

Redington, J. W. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (also manuscript of "Getting Off in the World.") 1924-1933

Physical Description: 5 pieces
Folder 75

Reeve, James Knapp. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1910 November 19

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 76

Reid & Chappell (firm). To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (annexed, reply by Lockley). 1940 February 28

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 77

Richardson, Alice. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1920 October 5

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 78

Richardson, Tom. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1909-1910

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 79

Riddle, Jeff C. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1923 February 27

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 80

Ridgway, E. J. To "Dear Sir." 1908 February 17

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 81

Riesenberg, Sidney H. To Lute Pease. 1907-1909

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 82

Riis, Mary (Phillip) To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1913 February 17

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 83

Rilea, Thomas E. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 July 11

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 84

Rinehart, Mary (Roberts) To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1927 May 18

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 85

Robertson, Peter. To John Fleming Wilson. 1907 June 21

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 86

Robertson, Peter. To Lute Pease. 1907-1909

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 87

Robinson, T. J. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1934 January 3

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 88

Roosevelt, Kermit. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1921 December 15

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 89

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1877-1944. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (with note dictated by Theodore Roosevelt, 1858-1919). 1919-1934

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 90

Ross, J. J. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 July 25

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 91

Ruddick, Bernard G. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1915 October 8

Physical Description: 1 piece
Box 13

Correspondence, St. Nicholas Magazine-Younger

Folder 1

St. Nicholas Magazine. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1900 May 8

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 2

Saito, Shimichiro. To Lute Pease. 1909-1909

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 3

Sapiro, Aaron. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1920 August 19

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 4

Sargent, John T. To S. H. Morse. 1868 June 29

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 5

Savage, Lute. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1924 February 1

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 6

Scheffauer, Herman George. To Lute Pease. 1909-1909

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 7

Scherzer, A. L. To Lute Pease. 1909 November 15

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 8

Schierbrand, Wolf von. To William Bittle Wells. 1904-1905

Physical Description: 6 pieces
Folder 9

Schumann-Heink [Ernestine?]. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1919 June 18

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 10

Scott, Harvey Whitefield. [2 signatures] [Approximately 1900]

Physical Description: pieces
Folder 11

Seattle (Washington). Library. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1925 January 16

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 12

Sedgwick, Ellery. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1920 November 11

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 13

See, Thomas Jefferson Jackson. To Lute Pease. 1909 March 16 and 30

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 14

Seley, Etta Squier. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1936 October 9

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 15

Shaw, H. R. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1931 June 23

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 16

Shepard, E. H. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911 October 20

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 17

Sherman, D. C. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1901 December 15

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 18

Shindler, G.? To Wilbur F.? Hinman. 1891 June 10

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 19

Simpson. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. [Approximately 1930?]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 20

Simpson, W. H. To F. O. Popenoe. 1908 February 3

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 21

Singh, Saint Nihal To Lute Pease. 1908-1909

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 22

Smith, Alvin F. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1931 March 9

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 23

Snell, Earl. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. [Approximately 1910?]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 24

Solberg, Thorvald. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911 January 4

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 25

Soule, Adelaide. To Lute Pease. 1908-1909

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 26

Southern Pacific Co. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 and 1940

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 27

Spencer, Joseph William Winthrop. To "Dear Sir." 1887 May 27

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 28

Spokane (Washington). Library To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 29

Sprague, D. C. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1934 October 10

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 30

Stables, Marguerite. To Lute Pease. 1908

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 31

Starr, Silas C. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1936 October 16

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 32

Starrett, Helen Ekin. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1920 August 12

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 33

Steele, Rufus Miles. To Lute Pease. 1907 August 31

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 34

Stefansson, Viljalmur. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (also two letters from Lockley). 1944 October 31

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 35

Steffens, Lincoln. To (incomplete letter). [Approximately 1906]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 36

Sterling, Donald J. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1940 November 13

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 37

Stevens, Charles. To "Dear Brother & Sister" (copies). 1854-1861

Physical Description: 8 pieces
Folder 38

Henry Stevens Sons & Stiles (firm). To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1937 November 19

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 39

Stevens, John F. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1910 November 11

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 40

Stimpson, Orla T. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1935 November 20

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 41

Stoddard, Charles Warren. To John Fleming Wilson. 1907 June 26

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 42

Stoddard, Charles Warren. To Lute Pease. 1907-1908

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 43

Streeter, Thomas W. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1935

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 44

Strong, Sydney Dix. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1928 December 1

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 45

Stutler, Boyd B. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1934-1954

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 46

Sullivan, Mark. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1910 November 17

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 47

Sunday, Helen A. (Thompson). To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. [Approximately 1918]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 48

Tatlow, A. H. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1931 March 15

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 49

Taylor, Edward R. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1912 January 2

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 50

Terrace, Frank. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1913 November 9

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 51

Thacher, W. F. G. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1903 January 3

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 52

Thayer, Claude. To Lute Pease. 1909 March 5

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 53

Thomas, Nathaniel Seymour. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (also one reply by Lockley). 1932-1935

Physical Description: 9 pieces
Folder 54

Tozier, Albert. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. (also manuscript re Martha Basket). 1931 and 1936

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 55

Turnbull, George. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1948 January 13

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 56

Turner, John Kenneth. To Lute Pease. 1909-1909

Physical Description: 6 pieces
Folder 57

U.S. Food Administration. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1917 October 22

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 58

U'Ren, William Simon. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911-1914

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 59

U'Ren, William Simon. To Lute Pease. 1907 July 31

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 60

Vail, R. W. J. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1946 February 23

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 61

Van Scayoe, J. S. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1921 September 22

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 62

Vorse, Albert White To William Bittle Wells (also two related letters). 1906

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 63

Wade, C. R. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1937 March 29

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 64

Wade, R. M. To Lute Pease. 1909 November 23

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 65

Walfurd? R. E. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1931 May 2

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 66

Walsh, John H. To Lute Pease. 1907

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 67

Wang, C. C. To Pacific Monthly. 1909 August 19

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 68

Warford, L. E. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1938 October 19

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 69

Washington State College. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1936 March 19

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 70

Wells, William Bittle. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1899 April 15

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 71

Wells, William Bittle. To John Fleming Wilson. 1906

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 72

West, Oswald. To R. R. Howard. 1909 March 8

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 73

West, Oswald. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 74

Westergaard, James C. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. [1938?]

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 75

Whitaker, Alyse (Hunt). To Lute Pease. 1905-1907

Physical Description: 3 pieces
Folder 76

Whitaker, Herman. To Lute Pease. 1906-1909

Physical Description: 11 pieces
Folder 77

Whitaker, Robert. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1930 November 24

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 78

White, Stewart Edward. To Lute Pease. 1907 September 27

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 79

Wickham, Harvey. To Lute Pease. 1907-1909

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 80

Williams, George Henry. To Lute Pease. 1907 December 4

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 81

Wilson, John Fleming. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1914 April 21

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 82

Wilson, John Fleming. To Lute Pease. 1909 January 10

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 83

Wilson, Margaret Adelaide. To Lute Pease. [Approximately 1908]

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 84

Winter, William. To Lute Pease. 1909 October 25

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 85

Wise, Stephen Samuel? To Lute Pease. 1908-1909

Physical Description: 11 pieces
Folder 86

Wister, Owen. To J. W. Redington. 1923 December 31

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 87

Withycombe, James To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1906 May 1

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 88

Wood, Elizabeth (Lambert). To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1929-1938

Physical Description: 4 pieces
Folder 89

Wood, Leonard. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1917 February 6

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 90

Woehlke, W. V. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1921 October 7

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 91

Woodhead, William. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911 and 1913

Physical Description: 2 pieces
Folder 92

Woodruff, Mark. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1911 March 5

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 93

The World. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1923 October 16

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 94

World Book Co. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1924 November 20

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 95

Yale Library Associates. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1936 November 30

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 96

Yost, Frank H. To Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1946 August 6

Physical Description: 1 piece
Folder 97

Younger, Robert Ewing. To Pacific Monthly, 1908 December 14

Physical Description: 1 piece
 

Manuscripts and Legal Papers

Box 14

Manuscripts, Acklom-Lockley

Folder 1

Acklom, Alfred. Old Days in Siletz Country. 1936. Also covering letter by James W. Welch to Frederic E. Lockley Jr. 1936 March 19.

Folder 2

Bennett, Lucy J (Hall). Reminiscences of overland journey via Meek's cut-off in 184[?] and early days in Oregon. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 3

Bogart, Nancy M (Hembree) Snow. Reminiscences of journey across the plains in 1843 with Dr. Marcus Whitman's caravan and early life in Oregon. [After 1910]

Folder 4

Browning, Charles H. Address in commemoration of the commissioning of the U.S. Frigate "Congress" in 1842. 1892 May 6

Folder 5

Cooke, Eliza. Natures' Gentleman [poem]. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 6

Crawford, A. M. Oregon Water Power [speech]. [Approximately 1930?]

Folder 7

Crews, Angelina (Smith). A Brief Sketch and History of an Oregon Pioneer. [Approximately 1930?]

Folder 8

Dowell, Benjamin Franklin. Journal (typewritten copy). 1851-1852

Folder 9

Fots, William. Diary of William Fouts' Overland [Trip] to Oregon in 1850 [typewritten copy). 1850?

Folder 10

Godfrey, Orlando M. Fifty-one Years an Engineer. 1922.

Folder 11

Hamilton, Marion Ethel. New Mexico and My California [poems]. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 12

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. Anecdote re U.S. Duncan. [Approximately 1920?]

Folder 13

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]? Article re Adam Clarke. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 14

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]? Article re Anna Shannon Moore. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 15

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]? Article re C. C. Chapman. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 16

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]? Article re D. W Wakefield. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 17

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.] Article re Elmer E. Montague. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 18

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. Article re Martha Elizabeth (Gilliam) Collin. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 19

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.] Article re Oregon Secretaries of State. [Approximately 1930?]

Folder 20

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]? Article re pheasants in Oregon. [After 1912]

Folder 21

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Article re pioneer exhibits in Portland. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 22

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. Article re R. A. Blythe (with photograph). [Approximately 1920?]

Folder 23

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]? Article re Samuel C. Lancaster. [Approximately 1920?]

Folder 24

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]? Article re Scott Cardelle Bone. [1923]

Folder 25

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. Article re similarity between Kansas City and Vancouver? Washington .[After 1910]

Folder 26

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. Article re Thomas H. Crawford. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 27

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]? Article re William H. Packwood. [Approximately 1915}]

Folder 28

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]? "Arcadia is a small village..." [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 29

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. "As the Nome City pushed off ..." [a story]. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 30

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Back to Webfoot [a story]. [Approximately 1920?]

Folder 31

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. Bonnie and Gypsy [a story]. [Approximately 1920?]

Folder 32

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. "A day or two ago..." [Approximately 1918?]

Folder 33

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. Did you ever hear the pipes of Pan..." [Approximately 1920?]

Folder 34

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. "Do you want to spend an evening with me in a Red Triangle Hut?" [Approximately 1918]

Folder 35

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Fellow-Soldiers [a story]. [Approximately 1918?]

Folder 36

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Froggie Green [a story]. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 37

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. "Here and there throughout Oregon you will find little villages ..." [Approximately 1920?]

Folder 38

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]? "How can we find God?" [Approximately 1918?]

Folder 39

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Interview with Salmon Brown re John Brown. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 40

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]? List of Commanding Officers at Vancouver, Washington, 1849-1911. [After 1911]

Box 15

Manuscripts, Lockley (continued)

Folder 1

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. My Fellow Passenger [a story]. [Approximately 1910]

Folder 2

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Night on the Mountain [a story]. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 3

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Nixie's Successor [a story]. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 4

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Notebook of medical advice. [Approximately 1930?]

Folder 5

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Notebook of interviews, etc. [Approximately 1930?]

Folder 6

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Notebook of interviews, etc. [Approximately 1930?]

Folder 7

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Notebook containing draft of story re Chief Joseph. [Approximately 1903]

Folder 8

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Notes. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 9

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Notes on reminiscences re Salem, Oregon. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 10

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Notes on Interview ... with Edwin Markham ... [1921]

Folder 11

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Notes re John Catlin. [Approximately 1920?]

Folder 12

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Notes re. W. G. T'Vault and others. [Approximately 1930?]

Folder 13

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Outline of book? [Approximately 1920?]

Folder 14

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Outline for story? [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 15

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. Poems (12 poems). [Approximately 1907-approximately 1930]?

Folder 16

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. Report of Interview with Mrs. Charles P. Bishop of Salem, Oregon, re woolen mill industry. [Approximately 1937]

Folder 17

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. A Ship-Yard Romance [a story]. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 18

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. Somewhere in France. [Approximately 1917]

Folder 19

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Speech re Joe Teal. [Approximately 1930]

Folder 20

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. Spring in the Blue Mountains. [Approximately 1930?]

Folder 21

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. Stanley's Victory [a story]. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 22

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. Story of a Kernel of Wheat. [c1920?]

Folder 23

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. "There are two kinds of people in the world ..." [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 24

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. The Unclaimed Medal [a story]. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 25

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. Up the Hudson [an article]. [Approximately 1920]

Folder 26

[Lockley, Frederic E., Jr.]. The Words of a Curbstone Philosopher ... [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 27

Lockley, Frederic E., Jr. Six miscellaneous manuscripts (mainly untitled). [Approximately 1920]

Box 16

Manuscripts, Lockley (continued)-Z and unidentified

Folder 1

Lockley, Lawrence Campbell. Art and Nature. [Approximately 1940]

Folder 2

Lockley, Lawrence Campbell. Article on Retail Merchandising. [1947]

Folder 3

Lockley, Lawrence Campbell. Article re Japanese students in Oregon. [Approximately 1920?]

Folder 4

Lockley, Lawrence Campbell. Article re the Serbian ballad. [Approximately 1920]

Folder 5

Lockley, Lawrence Campbell? Comparative Prospects for Free Development of Government under League of Nations and the Monroe Doctrine. [Approximately 1920]

Folder 6

Lockley, Lawrence Campbell & Mercer, Harry. The Future of Art. [Approximately 1920]

Folder 7

Lockley, Lawrence Campbell. Issue between U.S. and Colombia caused by Recognition of Panama. 1919 November 7

Folder 8

Lockley, Lawrece Campbell. Old Restless: [a story). [Approximately 1920]

Folder 9

[Lockley, Lawrence Campbell.] Peak Points in Serbian History. [Approximately 1920]

Folder 10

[Lockley, Lawrence Campbell?]Philosophical Fallacies. [Approximately 1920]

Folder 11

Lockley, Lawrence Campbell. Shelley's Intrinsic Worth. [Approximately 1920]

Folder 12

Lockley, Lawrence Campbell. Universal Peredonov. 1920

Folder 13

Loomis, Glenn W. Reminiscences of William Henry Klum, Oregon Pioneer. [1923]

Folder 14

McFadden, William S. Reminiscences of early Oregon days (1874) with an account of the event leading to the trial of Dora Cushman. [Before 1916]

Folder 15

[Orr, Paul T. ?]. The Girl With the Blue Velvet Band: [poem]. 1928 February 28

Folder 16

Putnrun, L. P. Notes and minutes of meeting of ... Presbyterian fellowship club. 1938, Mar .7

Folder 17

Rudd, Lydia. Notes by the Wayside Enroute to Oregon (typewritten copy). 1852

Folder 18

Stanard, Everett Earle. Article re Cascadia, Oregon. 1921

Folder 19

U.S. Courts. District Court. Polk Co. Oregon Terr. Robin Holmes vs. Nathaniel Ford (typewritten copy). 1852-1853

Folder 20

[Unidentified]. Flotsum and Jetsam of the Columbia

Folder 21

[Unidentified]. Military Record of Lt. Col. Charles Wellington Furlong [After 1920]

Folder 22

[Unidentified]. Miscellaneous poetry (10 pieces)

Folder 23

[Unidentified]. Notes on an unidentified overland journal.

Folder 24

[Unidentified]. The People's Right on the Public Lands [re Forest Conservation]. [After 1907]

Folder 25

[Unidentified]. Unidentified pioneer reminiscences (5 pieces). [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 26

[Unidentified]. Reminiscences of early mail carrier in Alaska.(incomplete). [1910?]

Folder 27

Trouble: [an article]. [Approximately 1910?]

Folder 28

Fragments of manuscripts (35 pieces)

Box 17

Legal Papers

Folder 1

Minutes re mining claim of George W. Walling and Albert G. Walling. 1851

Folder 2

Land papers re lots in Portland, Ore,, and miscellaneous receipts. 1853-1869 (6 pieces)

Folder 3

Papers re land in Polk County, Oregon, and miscellaneous receipts. 1856-1865 (5 pieces)

Folder 4

Chadwick, Stephen Fowler. To Rufus Mallory: deed to land in Roseburg, Oregon. 1861 July

Folder 5

Papers re land in Jackson County, Ore ., and miscellaneous receipts. 1861-1876 pi

Folder 6

Documents and papers relating to Robert R. Laughlin of Yamhill County, Oregon. 1863-1918. (11 pieces)

Folder 7

Deeds to land in Marion County, Ore. 1868-1920. (7 pieces)

Folder 8

Deeds to land in Walla Walla County, Washington. 1879-1882. (2 pieces)

Folder 9

Table of distances for mining claim of W. W. Fowler. [Approximately 1880?]

Folder 10

Norton, Z. C. Caroline. Abstract of title for donation land claim in Clackamas County, Oregon. 1883 December 31

Folder 11

Unidentified items (13 pieces)

Folder 12

Clippings

Folder 13

Ephemera

 

Addenda I

Scope and Content Note

Addenda #1 is made up of 88 items (three boxes) consisting of volumes, manuscripts, correspondence, and ephemera. The 19 volumes consist of account books, diaries, notes for stories, etc. Most of the volumes belong to Fred Lockley. Also includes two diaries by Fred's wife Laura and a scrapbook belonging to his father, Fred E. Lockley.
The manuscripts include drafts of stories by Fred Lockley and his notes. There are also a few manuscripts by other writers including Fred's son Lawrence.
The correspondence includes letters by Fred Lockley, his mother, Oregon politician Oliver C. Applegate, Secretary of Navy Josephus Daniels, Herbert Hoover, while he was head of the U.S. Food Administration, Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., Edith Roosevelt, and Fred's son Lawrence.
The ephemera consists of maps, watercolors, a certificate, etc.
Box 18

Volumes 1-13

Volume 1

Arcade Literary Society. Minute book (1878-1922). 1 volume. Includes newspaper clippings.

Volume 2

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Account book (1903-1906). 1 volume.

Volume 3

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Account book (1922-1926). 1 volume.

Volume 4

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Diary (1932). 1 volume.

Volume 5

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Diary (1935). 1 volume.

Volume 6

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Notes [undated]. 1 volume. In black cover binder "Army Work Methods Catechism YMCA." 1 volume.

Volume 7

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Notes [undated]. 1 volume. Small notebook.

Volume 8

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Notes [undated]. 1 volume. Composition Book "Oregon Journal Stories." 1 volume.

Volume 9

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Notes [undated]. 1 volume. Notebook without cover.

Volume 10

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Places I Have Visited (1937-1940). 1 volume.

Volume 11

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Purchase & Sale of Old Books (1921-1924). 1 volume.

Volume 12

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Receipt book (1925). 1 volume.

Volume 13

Lockley, Fred E. Scrapbook (1849-1876).

Box 19

Volumes 14-19

Volume 14

Lockley, Laura Simpson. Diary (1931, Jan.-July 13). 1 volume.

Volume 15

Lockley, Laura Simpson. Diary (1934). 1 volume.

Volume 16

0 & C Lands. Contracts, Powersite and Unpatented Tps. 33 to 37S (1918). 1 volume.

Volume 17

Roosevelt Coast Highway South Beach-Beaver Creek Grading Project No. 5A3071. Miscellaneous Construction book (1930). 1 volume.

Volume 18

-----. Briefs Shinn vs. D.I. & P. Co. (1910-1911). 1 volume.

Volume 19

-----. Daily Record ...Oregon City Locks on the Willamette River (1899-1908). 1 volume.

Box 20

Manuscripts, Correspondence, and Ephemera

Folder 1

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Manuscript beginning "His name is Peter Trimble Rowe" [1922]. 1 item. With envelope.

Folder 2

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Manuscript pages and notes for manuscript regarding early French trappers [Approximately 1930]. 14 items.

Folder 3

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Manuscript regarding history of Portland and the Columbia River [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 4

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Manuscript regarding Oregon Writers [1923]. 2 items.

Folder 5

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Manuscript regarding vessel "Vancouver" [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 6

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Mildred's Sacrifice: manuscript [1900]. 1 item.

Folder 7

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Miscellaneous manuscript pages [undated]. 2 items.]

Folder 8

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Miscellaneous Notes (1916-[Approximately 1945]). 13 items.

Folder 9

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. My Adventures in the Far West: manuscript [Approximately 1930]. 1 item. Incomplete.

Folder 10

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Poem beginning "Raise the flag and let it wave..." [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 11

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. Poem beginning "You may talk of your hard-ships back in the States" (1918). 2 items. Includes letter by YMCA American Expeditionary Force Publicity Department to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958.

Folder 12

Lockley, Lawrence Campbell, 1899-. The New York Retailers - 1850: [Chapters 1-4, typewritten drafts]. 4 items. With handwritten edits.

Folder 13

Manuscripts by Others (1870-1945). 7 items.

Folder 14

Miscellaneous Documents (1890-1934). 8 items.

Folder 15

Applegate, 0. C. (Oliver Cromwell), 1845-1938. 1 letter (1921, Sep. 16) to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958. 1item.

Folder 16

Campbell, J. M. 1 letter (1917, Feb. 22) to Lawrence Campbell Lockley, 1899-. 1 item.

Folder 17

Clark, Albert W. 1 letter (1866, Dec. 28) to Daniel B. Foster. 1item. With envelope.

Folder 18

Clarke, G. Herbert. I letter (1900, Jan. 30) to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958. 1 item.

Folder 19

Daniels, Josephus, 1862-1948. l letter (1915, Feb. 26) to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958. I item.

Folder 20

De Peyster, John Watts, 1821-1907. I letter (1900, Nov. 15) to James D. Law. 1 item. With envelope.

Folder 21

Faloni, Vittorio. I letter (1919, Oct. 9) to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958. I item.

Folder 22

First National Bank. 1 letter (1889, Oct. 3) to Max Pracht. 2 items. With promise to pay.

Folder 23

Fitzpatrick, Mary. 1 letter ( 1923, June 12) to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958. 1 item.

Folder 24

Goldsmith, Bernard. 1 letter (1886, May 13) to "Friend Asher." 1 item.

Folder 25

Hayter, J. C. 1 letter (1922, Mar. 21) to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958. 1 item.

Folder 26

Holliday, James V. 1 letter (1892, June 20) to Max Pracht. 1 item.

Folder 27

Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964. 2 telegrams (1917) to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958. 2 items.

Folder 28

Janssen, Henry. 1 letter (1872, Jan. 17) to "Dear Friend Adolf." 2 items. In German. With English translation.

Folder 29

Lake, Kate B. I letter (1924, Apr. 3) to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958. 6 items. Includes two letters by Merle J. Rogers to Kate B. Lake, two newspaper clippings and manuscript. With envelope.

Folder 30

Lockley, Elizabeth Campbell. 2 letters (1923) to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958. 2 items.

Folder 31

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. 1 letter (Approximately 1895] to Hope Gans Lockley. 1 item. With envelope and petals that were with letter.

Folder 32

Lockley, Lawrence Campbell, 1899-. 2 postcards (1956-1958) to Fred Lockley, 1871- 1958. 1 item.

Folder 33

McLeod, D. I letter (1941, Dec. 27) to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958. 1 item.

Folder 34

Oregonian Publishing Co. 1 letter (1901, Apr. 10)to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958. I item.

Folder 35

Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow, 1861-1948. 1 letter (1939, Oct. 16) to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958. 1item. With envelope.

Folder 36

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1887-1944. I letter (1934, May 4) to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958. 1 item. With envelope.

Folder 37

Walton, James. 1 letter (1859, June 17) to William Hoffman. 1 item.

Folder 38

Yost, Donald. 1 letter (1942, Dec. 1) to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958. 1 item.

Folder 39

Unidentified correspondence (1922). 4 items.

Folder 40

Ephemera (1866-1951). 8 items.

 

Addenda II

Scope and Content Note

Addenda #2 consists of 14 letters. Prominent participants include: Fred Lockley, Fred's father Fred E. Lockley, General George R. Maxwell, Senator James Madison Harvey, Judge James B. McKean, Judge Jacob S. Boreman, Utah newspaper man George W. Reed, and Utah businessman and politician Herbert S. Auerbach. Subjects include: Salt Lake City, Portland, California history, Mormons, Brigham Young, John D. Lee and newspapers in Oregon and Utah.
Box 21

Correspondence (1875-1931)

Folder 1

Maxwell, George R., 1842-1889. 1 letter (1875, Feb. 1) to Fred E. Lockley.

Folder 2

Harvey, James Madison, 1833-1894. 1 letter (1875, Mar. 14)to Fred E. Lockley.

Folder 3

Stratton, C. C. 1letter (1875, Sep. 6) to Fred E. Lockley.

Folder 4

McKean, Jas. B. (James Bedell), 1821-1879. 1 letter (1876, June 9) to Fred E. Lockley.

Folder 5

Dill, Thomas M. l letter (1876, June 29) to Fred E. Lockley.

Folder 6

Schaeffer, ----. I letter (1876, Nov. 2) to Fred E. Lockley.

Folder 7

Kaighn, Maurice M. l letter (1877, Jan. 17) to Fred E. Lockley.

Folder 8

Boreman, Jacob Smith, 1831-1913. I letter (1880, July 13) to Fred E. Lockley.

Folder 9

Reed, George W. I letter (1880, Dec. 23) to Fred E. Lockley.

Folder 10

Reed, George W. I letter (1881, Jan. 14) to Fred E. Lockley.

Folder 11

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. l letter (1931, Jan. 17) to Herbert S. (Herbert Samuel) Auerbach, 1882-1945.

Folder 12

Lockley, Fred, 1871-1958. l letter (1931, Apr. 30) to Herbert S. (Herbert Samuel) Auerbach, 1882-1945.

Folder 13

Hampton, William Huntley. I letter (1931, Aug. 22) to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958.

Folder 14

Johnson, John E. I letter (1931, Aug. 22) to Fred Lockley, 1871-1958.