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Box 40, Folder 57, Box 41, Folder 4

Zangwill, Israel 1899-1923, undated

Israel Zangwill, letter, 1923-10-10, to Hamlin Garland
Israel Zangwill, letter, 1901-06-02, to Hamlin Garland
Israel Zangwill, letter, 1903-12-28, to Hamlin Garland
Israel Zangwill, letter, 1901-01-11, to Hamlin Garland
Israel Zangwill, letter, to Hamlin Garland
Israel Zangwill, letter, to Hamlin Garland
Israel Zangwill, letter, to Hamlin Garland
Israel Zangwill, letter, 1899-11-08, to Hamlin Garland
Israel Zangwill, letter, 1909-07-29, to Hamlin Garland
Israel Zangwill, letter, 1923-12-31, to Hamlin Garland
Israel Zangwill, letter, 1910-10-25, to Hamlin Garland
Israel Zangwill, letter, 1899-12-02, to Hamlin Garland
Letter album for Hamlin Garland's marriage (1899) & birth of daughter (1903)

Scope and Contents

11 letters to Garland.

General

Hamlin Garland checklist no. 4101
Box 40, Folder 49

Zeff, Nathaniel I. 1911

Nathaniel L. Zeff, letter, 1911-08-22, to Hamlin Garland

Scope and Contents

1 letter to Garland.

General

Hamlin Garland checklist no. 4102
Box 40, Folder 59

Zeitlin, Jake 1934

Jake Zeitlin, letter, 1934-12-17, to Hamlin Garland

Scope and Contents

1 letter to Garland.

General

Hamlin Garland checklist no. 4103
Box 40, Folder 49

Zieber, Jean M. 1922

Jean M. Zieber, letter, 1922-10-15, to Hamlin Garland

Scope and Contents

1 letter to Garland.

General

Hamlin Garland checklist no. 4104
Box 40, Folder 49

Zueblin, Charles 1911-1913

Charles Zueblin, letter, 1913-05-05, to Hamlin Garland
Hamlin Garland, letter, 1913-05-08, to Charles Zueblin
Hamlin Garland, letter, 1911-12-09, to Charles Zueblin
Hamlin Garland, letter, 1912-03-09, to Charles Zueblin

Scope and Contents

1 letter to Garland; 3 letters from Garland.

General

Hamlin Garland checklist no. 4105
Box 40, Folder 49

Zweiger, William L. 1911

Hamlin Garland, letter, 1911-12-28, to William L. Zweiger

Scope and Contents

1 letter from Garland.

General

Hamlin Garland checklist no. 4106
 

Letters with incomplete description

Box 42, Folder 5

Raby undated

Raby, letter, 1919-11-26, to Zulime Garland

Scope and Contents

1 letter to Zulime Taft Garland. Mr. Raby[?], 346 4th[?] Avenue, 25th Street, New York, New York, USA, letter, 1919 November 26, to Zulime Garland, 71 East 93rd Street, New York, New York, USA. With envelope. With list of stolen(?) items in a different hand (Zulime Garland?). Mr. Raby's name and address are written on the back of the envelope in a different hand (Zulime Garland?) than the address writer and are not be the sender.

General

Hamlin Garland checklist no. 4107
Box 42, Folder 5

Clara, Aunt 1927

Aunt Clara, letter, 1927-02-18, to Cynthia

Scope and Contents

1 letter to "Cynthia."

General

Hamlin Garland checklist no. 4108
Box 42, Folder 4

\"Dear Madam\" 1902

Hamlin Garland, letter, 1902-08-08, to "madam"

Scope and Contents

1 letter from Garland to "madam"

General

Hamlin Garland checklist no. 4109
Box 42, Folder 5

Javitts circa 1915

Javitts, letter, 1915-06-09, to Ralph Clarkson

Scope and Contents

1 letter to Ralph Clarkson

General

Hamlin Garland checklist no. 4111
Box 25, Folder 23, Box 41, Folder 4

Maidie circa 1920s

Hamlin Garland, letter, 192?, to Maidie
Hamlin Garland, letter, 192?-10-28, to Maidie
Maidie, letter, 1903-07?, to Hamlin Garland
Letter album for Hamlin Garland's marriage (1899) & birth of daughter (1903)

Scope and Contents

1 letter to Garland; 2 letters from Garland.

General

Hamlin Garland checklist no. 4112
Box 42, Folder 5

Merwin (of Concord, Massachusetts) undated

Merwin, letter, [s.d.], to Hamlin Garland

Scope and Contents

1 letter to Garland.

General

Hamlin Garland checklist no. 4113
Box 42, Folder 5

S-, Blanche Smith 1929

Blanche Smith S., letter, 1929-02-16, to Hamlin Garland

Scope and Contents

1 letter (fragment) to Garland.

General

Hamlin Garland checklist no. 4115
Box 40, Folder 20

A Woman of the Middle Border 1924

A Woman of the Middle Border, letter, 1924-11-14, to Hamlin Garland

Scope and Contents

1 letter to Garland.

General

Hamlin Garland checklist no. 4116
Box 42, Folder 3

[Copies of letters from Hamlin Garland] 1897-1933, 2001-2004

General

This material is not listed in Arvidson's Hamlin Garland checklist.

Scope and Contents

This material was found in a folder labeled "Unrecorded letters of HG." Contains copies of letters, and one original, written by Hamlin Garland to various recipients. USC does not hold the originals for most of these copies. For instance, one letter has a note attached: "Attached is a copy of a letter written by Hamlin Garland and sent to the Osage public library. The original letter is framed and hangs in the library for viewing." Also includes copies of Garland's letters to Elizabeth Lippincott McQueen (here addressed as Mrs. Ulysses Grant McQueen) and an article by McQueen titled "Happy Contacts," published in a 1933 edition of Speed. The only original in this folder is a letter sent from Garland to Captain William M. Kerr. Some of these letters are accompanied by later correspondence (2001-2004) with USC librarian John Ahouse documenting historical contexts of Garland's letters and the sources for some of these copies.
Box 91, Folder 87

["Dear Sir or Madam"] 1930

General

This material is not listed in Arvidson's Hamlin Garland checklist.

Scope and Contents

1 letter with holograph notes on verso.
Box 86, Folder 90

["Dear Sir" - letter from Garland requesting a complete list "of the appointments Grant made from your town"] 1897

General

This letter is not listed in Arvidson's Hamlin Garland checklist.

Scope and Contents

1 letter from Garland to "Dear Sir: I want to get a complete list if possible, of the appointments Grant made from your town, upon his election to the Presidency in 1868."
Box 11, Folder 52, Box 42, Folder 5, Box 43, Folder 2

[Letters to Hamlin Garland from various sources (many unidentified)] 1900-1940

General

This material is not listed in Arvidson's Hamlin Garland checklist.

Scope and Contents

These letters were found in a folder labeled "Unrecorded Letters to HG Misc." The sources of some of these letters have not been identified. Following is a list of names and descriptions that are identifiable in these letters (some of the items in this list are buest-guesses from past catalogers):
  1. Grace Taft S--
  2. J. Nunams
  3. E. T. Minont
  4. J. B. Jennings
  5. Merwin
  6. Howard F. Cline
  7. Charles Francis Browne
  8. Glennis Underwood
  9. Vida R. Sutton
  10. Emily Douglas
  11. Susan Whitney Dimoch
  12. Lee
  13. Mark W. Richardson
  14. Hazel Sieman
  15. Alberto María Candioti
  16. C. A. Ficke
  17. Donald Culross Peattie
  18. James R. Thorpe
  19. Seumas MacManus
  20. Frederick R. Coudert
Box 42, Folder 4

[Letter copying book] 1901-1904

General

This material is not listed in Arvidson's Hamlin Garland checklist.

Scope and Contents

This book was sold by Philip Hano & Co. as a letter carbon-copying tool and has instructions on its initial pages for how to use it. Contains carbon copies of Garland's handwritten letters from 1901-1904.
 

Supplementary records about the Hamlin Garland papers 1933-2018

Scope and Contents

This series includes material about the Garland papers, items that were not described in Arvidson's original checklist, and information about subsequent accruals to the collection.
Box 123, Folder 4-5

ALN: The American Literary Naturalism Newsletter 2006-2008, 2012

Box 121, Folder 4-7

American Literature Association conference materials 1999-2004

Scope and Contents

Includes conference programs and correspondence regarding John Ahouse's involvement with the conference and with sessions on Hamlin Garland.
Box 49, Folder 3, Box 117, Folder 7

Articles by or about Hamlin Garland - photocopies 1885-1989 undated

Box 94, Folder 3-4

"A Bibliography of the Published Writings of Hamlin Garland" - thesis by Lloyd A. Arvidson 1952 August

Box 121, Folder 10-11

Clippings, maps, correspondence, and publications relating to Hamlin Garland's trip through the Klondike 1909, 1980-2002

Scope and Contents

Most of this material was used in John Ahouse's research relating to the centenary tribute to Hamlin Garland's The Trail of the Goldseekers. Includes a 1909 edition of In the Shadow of the Pole by Morte H. Craig.
Box 122, Folder 2

Correspondence between the Garland family and University of Southern California 1936-1943

Scope and Contents

Much of this correspondence is to and from Christian R. Dick, a librarian at USC involved in the acquisition of the Garland collection.
Box 116, Folder 2-8

Correspondence relating to research use of the Garland papers 1943-2011

Arrangement

Correspondence arranged chronologically.

Scope and Contents

Includes notes by Bruce McElderry and Lloyd Arvidson relating to early processing work on the Garland collection.
 

The Fortunate Exiles

General

Unpublished memoir of Garland's California years.
Box 122, Folder 10, Box 123, Folder 1

Typed edition with introduction by John Ahouse - based on Garland's manuscript at the University of Southern California circa 2004

Box 50, Folder 4, Box 123, Folder 2

Reference materials 1939, 2003-2004

Scope and Contents

News clippings; website printouts; photocopies of material from the Hamlin Garland papers; articles relating to content from The Fortunate Exiles; and correspondence between John Ahouse, Claude Zachary, and others.
Box 115, Folder 49

Garland collection - acquisition and processing 1941-1953

Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence between USC librarians and the Garland family.
Box 122, Folder 3

Garland collection exhibits - correspondence 1936-1941

Box 115, Folder 50

Garland collection indices 1942-1954, 1984-1988, 1996-1999

 

Garland collection microfilming project

Box 116, Folder 1

Index and receipts 1961, undated

Box 132, Box 133, Box 134, Box 135, Box 136, Box 137

Microfilm reels circa 1961, undated

Physical Description: 36 microfilm reels in 6 boxes.

Scope and Contents

This microfilm does not cover all of the Hamlin Garland papers -- only certain areas. Also, the arrangement of the microfilm does not match the physical or intellectual arrangement of the larger collection. The microfilm project focused on the following areas of the collection: Ulysses S. Grant biography, notebooks on American Indians, notebooks on Garland's travels in the West, correspondence to and from Hamlin Garland, and smaller amounts of fiction and plays. Includes microfilm documenting correspondence from other collections: "Jack London letters included in the Cresmer collection" and "Hamlin Garland letters from New York Public Library."
Box 123, Folder 3

Getting Back to Their Texts: A Reconsideration of the Attitudes of Willa Cather and Hamlin Garland Toward Pioneer Life on the Midwestern Agricultural Frontier - dissertation by Neil Gustafson 1995 August

Box 94, Folder 1

"Hamlin Garland (1860-1940): A Bibliography of Secondary Comment" compiled by Jackson R. Bryer and Eugene Harding circa 1970

Scope and Contents

Two typed copies. Also includes a copy of an article titled "What Shall We Do About Hamlin Garland?" by Warren French.
Box 122, Folder 4

Hamlin Garland appearances at University of Southern California 1933-1961

Scope and Contents

Includes clippings, photographs, programs, invitations, lists, and correspondence.
Box 121, Folder 8-9

The Hamlin Garland House 1962-1980, 1998-2003

Scope and Contents

The Hamlin Garland House (also called "Homestead") in West Salem, Wisconsin was designated a national historic landmark. This file includes photographs of the house, pamphlets, brochures, correspondence, news clippings, and maps.
Box 122, Folder 5

Hamlin Garland in Los Angeles - news clippings 1929-1951 1934, 1997-2001

Scope and Contents

Most of these clippings are photocopies, though there is one original from 1934 and others from 1997 to 2001.
 

Hamlin Garland Memorial Society of Brown County

Box 120, Folder 4-7

Correspondence from William E. "Gene" Aisenbrey 2001-2012

Scope and Contents

Most of this correspondence is addressed to John Ahouse, former American Literature Curator at USC. The majority of this correspondence relates to the annual "Garland Gathering" from the Garland Gazette.
Box 120, Folder 8-10, Box 121, Folder 1

Clippings and publications from Aberdeen, South Dakota 1990-2006

Box 121, Folder 2

Clippings and publications from Osage, Iowa 1956, 1999-2002

Box 121, Folder 3

Garland Society members list 1999-2002

Box 101, Folder 5

"Hamlin Garland Memorial" - booklet 2003

Processing Information

This material was found interfiled with original Garland papers described under the record: "'Hamlin Garland Memorial' publications."
 

Hamlin Garland: Centennial Tributes and a Checklist of the Hamlin Garland Papers 1962

General

Hamlin Garland: Centennial Tributes and a Checklist of the Hamlin Garland Papers was created by Lloyd A. Arvidson, who was a part of the USC Libraries staff during the initial processing of Garland's papers. Arvidson compiled this detailed checklist of the Garland collection after the completion of his master's thesis, "A Bibliography of the Published Writings of Hamlin Garland." The USC Libraries then published the checklist as a paper-bound octavo booklet for the 1962 issue of The Library Bulletin (no. 9).

General

None of the material described in this subseries is listed in Arvidson's Hamlin Garland checklist. However, during prior work on Garland's papers, this material was physically arranged and labeled at the box-level as part of the subseries, "Bibliographies" (under the "Personal Records" series). There is a brief note on this material listed in "Garland Collection Supplements."
Box 94, Folder 5

Garland Centennial Tributes and Checklist - final publication 1962

Scope and Contents

Hamlin Garland: Centennial Tributes and a Checklist of the Hamlin Garland Papers, [USC Library Bulletin No. 9 - final published form.
Box 94, Folder 6

Garland Centennial Tributes and Checklist - proof copy 1962

Box 94, Folder 7

Garland Centennial Tributes and Checklist - typed draft 1962

Box 94, Folder 8

Arvidson correspondence and receipts re: printing and publication of Garland checklist 1960-1963

Box 94, Folder 9, Box 95, Folder 1-2

Arvidson correspondence with contributors for Garland centennial tributes 1960

Scope and Contents

Correspondence between Lloyd Arvidson and Garland's friends and scholars. This material mainly relates to Arvidson's compilation of centennial tributes, reminiscences, and evaluations of his work.
Box 45, Folder 18-22, Box 46, Folder 1

Drafts and fragments of Garland Centennial Tributes and Checklist - typed with revisions 1962

Box 95, Folder 8-15

Checklist catalog slips with additional descriptions circa 1962

General

These checklist entry descriptions are arranged in roughly the same order as the series in this finding aid.
Box 114, Folder 13

"Garland Collection. Supplements" undated

Scope and Contents

A list of items added to the Hamlin Garland papers, organized by the numbers from the Checklist of the Hamlin Garland Papers. The provenance of these accruals is not specified.
Box 123, Folder 6, Box 130, Box 131

"Hamlin Garland: Dean of American Letters" - different versions of Guy Haselton film on DVD and VHS 1937, 1971, 2003

Scope and Contents

Various versions of Guy Haselton's 1937 film, which montages various photographs of Hamlin Garland and his family. Also includes a brochure about the film and a 2003 letter from Keith Newlin to John Ahouse relating to the discovery, acquisition, and format migrations of subsequent iterations of the film.

Related Materials

See also "Hamlin Garland checklist no. 707" for motion picture continuity, advertisements, and correspondence about the donation of the film.
 

[Hamlin Garland-related material assembled by John Ahouse] 1990-2013

General

John Ahouse was the curator for the USC Libraries' American Literature Collection from 1990 to 2005.
Box 106, Folder 15

"Garland's Itinerary" - website printouts 2001

Scope and Contents

Printouts from a website detailing Garland's route through British Columbia and into the gold country. This material was created as part of the centenary tribute to Hamlin Garland's The Trail of the Goldseekers. The centenary tribute was created with the help of the University of Southern California (USC), with notes and descriptions by John Ahouse, former American Literature Curator at USC.
Box 140, Folder 1-3

Hamlin Garland binder assembled by John Ahouse 1990-2005

Scope and Contents

A binder of news clippings, photocopies of Hamlin Garland papers collection material, flyers for events relating to Hamlin Garland, correspondence about the Hamlin Garland papers, copies of theses relating to Hamlin Garland, and other material assembled by John Ahouse, Curator of the American Literature Collection at the USC Libraries from 1990 to 2005.

Processing Information

This material was taken out of its original binder and rehoused in acid-free folders.
Box 141, Folder 1

Original Garland

Box 141, Folder 2

Garland Documents

Box 141, Folder 3

Garland at USC

Box 141, Folder 4

Garland Relatives

Box 141, Folder 5

Meyer-Morris

Box 141, Folder 6

Hill, Eldon

Box 141, Folder 7

Aisenbrey

Box 141, Folder 8

Newlin

Box 141, Folder 9

Ahouse

Box 141, Folder 10

Maps

Box 142, Folder 1

Buried Crosses

Box 142, Folder 2

Correspondence

Box 142, Folder 3

Bibliography

Box 142, Folder 4

[Newspaper clippings, article printouts, and other material]

Box 142, Folder 5

E.T.A. Hoffmann's Reception in Russia

Box 115, Folder 48

Indices of Garland correspondence files and correspondence from the Huntington Library 1938, 1950, undated

Scope and Contents

Includes copies of Garland correspondence and an original 1938 letter from Max Farrand to Hamlin Garland concerning the Huntington Library's acquisition of parts of Garland's papers.
 

Mark Rocha dissertation files

Box 118, Folder 11

"A Critical Edition of Hamlin Garland's Plays and Drama Commentaries" - dissertation proposal 1987 April 30

Box 49, Folder 4

"The Two Hamlin Garlands" - chapter notes and outlines circa 1988

Scope and Contents

Includes notes for a chapter titled "The Feminization of the Failure of American Drama."
Box 118, Folder 12-14, Box 50, Folder 3

Copies and transcriptions of Garland letters and articles used in dissertation circa 1988

Scope and Contents

Includes Rocha's notes on the Garland material.
Box 49, Folder 5

Rocha's notes on Garland's letters and plays circa 1988

Box 50, Folder 1

"Rip Van Winkle" (Garland play) - photocopies and notes circa 1988

Box 119, Folder 1-11

Garland manuscripts (photocopies) used in dissertation circa 1988

Box 119, Folder 12

Dissertation sources and addenda 1987-1993

Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence between Rocha and John Ahouse, Victoria Doyle-Jones (Hamlin Garland's granddaughter), Lynn Sipe, and others regarding Rocha's research.
Box 119, Folder 13, Box 50, Folder 2

Other writings by Rocha on Hamlin Garland 1987-1988

Box 101, Folder 7

"On the Trail With Hamlin Garland" - annotated reprint 2002

Scope and Contents

1907 narrative by C. Watt Brandon, annotated and reprinted in 2002 by W. E. Aisenbrey and John B. Ahouse. Includes two issues of the publication, including a "Hamlin Garland Memorial" issue.

General

This material is not listed in Arvidson's Hamlin Garland checklist, but is listed in "Garland Collection Supplements."
Box 113, Folder 13

Photograph of Garland's chalkboard slate with "Hamlin Garland" written in chalk, surrounded by books that Garland authored undated

General

"Hamlin Garland article" handwritten on verso.
 

Psychical writings and records - correspondence and clippings

Box 45, Folder 11

Articles and correspondence between John Ahouse and Gretchen Edwards re: Pat Marquis 2002-2003

Scope and Contents

Includes copies of correspondence with J. B. Rhine, printouts of articles about Pat Marquis--including one from 2003 titled "Eyeless Vision: Thoughtography," and 2002 correspondence between John Ahouse and Gretchen Edwards, a friend of Pat Marquis who was doing research and writing about Marquis' life.

Processing Information

This material was found interfiled with original Garland papers described under the record: "Pat Marquis and His Paroptic Perception."
Box 90, Folder 10

Articles and correspondence between John Ahouse and Michael E. Tymn re: Pat Marquis 2005

Scope and Contents

Includes copies of Garland's Marquis-related correspondence, a March 2005 issue of Fate Magazine, and correspondence between John Ahouse and Michael E. Tymn.

Processing Information

This material was found interfiled with original Garland papers described under the record: "Tests of the Boy Psychic, Pat Marquis."
Box 122, Folder 9

Clippings and John Ahouse correspondence re: The Mystery of the Buried Crosses circa 1940, 2001-2005

Scope and Contents

Includes a small booklet: "Stewart Edward White: Novelist of the American Frontier - Including Sketch by Theodore Roosevelt, Critical Appreciation & Bibliography" - published by Doubleday, Doran & Company, circa 1940.
Box 105, Folder 7

This Loving Daughter by Isabel Garland - typed memoir manuscript and correspondence 2001-2008

Scope and Contents

Includes a printout of an advertisement for another memoir by Isabel Garland Lord, A Summer to Be and correspondence between John Ahouse and Keith Newlin regarding these works and the Garland family.
 

Ulysses S. Grant material

Box 122, Folder 1

Correspondence, research, and clippings on Hamlin Garland's biography of Ulysses S. Grant 1949-1950, 1997-1998

Scope and Contents

Includes a copy of a 1949 thesis: "A Critical Review of Hamlin Garland's Biography of Ulysses S. Grant" by William Stanley Leinberger, Jr. Also includes correspondence relating to plans to digitize Garland's typescripts and notebooks created in the writing of the Grant biography.
Box 122, Folder 6-8

Photocopies for research circa 2010

Processing Information

This material was found with a hold slip dated 2010 September 13.
Box 119, Folder 14-16, Box 120, Folder 1-3, Box 138

West Salem Historical Society newsletter 2004-2018

Scope and Contents

Includes material relating to a Hamlin Garland postage stamp.
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