Title:Photographs relating to Porter Garnett
Items show Porter Garnett, a group at Bohemian Grove, Garnett's first office, Porter and Edna Garnett, a bust of Sam Hume
made by Porticia Hume, and a clipping showing The Bancroft Library's new reading room (James D. Hart seated).
Date:ca. 1911-ca. 1972 (issued)
Garnett, Porter -- 1871-1951 -- Pictorial works
Bancroft Library -- Pictorial works
Title supplied by cataloger.
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.
7 items (photographic prints and clippings) : some color ; various sizes.
BANC PIC 1989.032--PIC