Title:Photographs from the Porter Garnett papers
The Garnetts and friends at a formal dinner party, 1927; a small group outside the Garnett house on Schoolhouse Lane, 1930;
a portrait of young Porter Garnett in May, 1894, accompanied by a copy of a humorous cover letter to Grace Bird.
Subject:Garnett, Porter -- 1871-1951 -- Pictorial works
Additional photographs from the Porter Garnett papers under call number: BANC PIC 1905.14743-.14835--PIC.
Porter Garnett, a native of San Francisco, was prominent in West Coast literary activities and in fine printing. He co-founded
"The Lark" with Gelett Burgess, was a dramatic and literary critic, an assistant curator at The Bancroft Library (1907-12),
and founder of the Laboratory Press while professor of graphic arts at the Carnegie Institute of Technology (1922-35). Garnett
was also an active member of the Bohemian Club.
Transferred from the Porter Garnett papers (BANC MSS C-H 118)
3 photographic prints : b&w ; 20 x 25 cm and smaller.
BANC PIC 1953.012--PIC