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Thu Oct 16 17:56:02 2014 UTClccn-n790584990.00Letters of Mary Mapes Dodge,0.141.00The school of nature : an annotated index of writings on nature in St. Nicholas magazine during the editorship of Mary Mapes Dodge, 1873-1905 /2469452Mary_Mapes_Dodgen 79058499291559Dodge, M. E. 1830-1905Dodge, M.E. 1831-1905Dodge, M. E. (Mary Elizabeth), 1830-1905Dodge, M. M. 1830-1905Dodge, MaryDodge, Mary E. 1830-1905Dodge Mary Elisabeth 1830-1905Dodge, Mary Elizabeth 1830-1905Dodge Mary Elizabeth Mapes 1830-1905Dodge, Mary M. 1830-1905Dodge, Mary (Mapes)Dodž, Meri Mejps 1830-1905Dodža, M. Meipa- 1830-1905Dodža, Mērija Meipa- 1830-1905Dodzh, Meri Meĭps 1830-1905Mapes-Dodge, Mary 1830-1905Mapes Dodge, Mary 1831-1905Meipa-Dodža, M. 1830-1905Meipa-Dodža, Mērija 1830-1905Meipsa-Dodža, Mērija 1830-1905Додж, Мэри Мейп 1830-1905ドッジドッジ, メアリィ・Mlccn-no2002044277Green, Norma B.lccn-n80039691Carle, Ericillviaf-92788993McDonough, Johnnrtlccn-n81038526Century Companypbllccn-n85817520De Vinne Pressprtlccn-n90653290Thompson, Ruth Annelccn-n90653282Gannon, Susan R.lccn-no94018831Recorded Books, Inclccn-n88068412Baldridge, Cyrus Leroy1889-1977illlccn-nr90010169Scribner & CopblDodge, Mary Mapes1830-1905FictionJuvenile worksDomestic fictionHistoryPoetryPicture booksPeriodicalsShort storiesNetherlandsSkatingBrothers and sistersDodge, Mary Mapes,Children's poetryBoysConduct of lifeChildren--Conduct of lifeChildren's literatureFamiliesUnited StatesChildren's stories, AmericanChildren--Books and readingAmnesiacsMemory disordersPhysiciansFriendshipPovertyTrust in GodWomen authors, AmericanChildren's storiesShort storiesDollsStories in rhymeSt. Nicholas (New York, N.Y.)Nursery rhymesVoyages and travelsNatural historyPetsFlowersSkating racesTravelPlayAnimalsSongsSeasonsIrishElvesChristmas poetryInfantsEditorsAuthors, AmericanPeriodical editorsPublishers' bindingsBook coversAmerican poetryAdopted childrenChildren and deathOrphansHousehold employees183019051858186118641865186618671869187018711873187418751876187718781879188018811882188318841885188618871888188918901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194219431945194619481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013173742611110[FIC]PZ7.D664ocn001764817ocn002980136ocn256737259ocn227389199ocn067415574ocn796381569ocn747742662ocn747740045ocn457888407ocn747740914ocn682118623ocn011528969ocn457888401ocn462195790ocn762670993ocn470944289ocn463727695ocn759630541ocn421943201ocn459302034ocn842135776ocn798961290ocn8697461669858447ocn049294291book18650.07Dodge, Mary MapesHans Brinker or, The silver skatesHistoryJuvenile worksFictionDomestic fictionPicture booksA Dutch brother and sister work toward two goals, finding the doctor who can restore their father's memory and winning the competition for the silver skates+-+6454934315324132430ocn061686973file19730.06Dodge, Mary MapesHans Brinker, or, The silver skatesJuvenile worksFictionA Dutch boy and girl work toward two goals--finding the doctor who can restore their father's memory and winning the competition for the silver skates+-+780206132532411347ocn001085904book19740.07Green, NormaThe hole in the dikeJuvenile worksFictionRetells the tale of the little boy whose resourcefulness and courage saved his country from being destroyed by the ocean+-+912155541575612ocn001764817serial0.47St. NicholasJuvenile worksPeriodicalsPoetryOne of the most successful American magazine for children during the second half of the 19th century, employing the finest childrens' illustrators and writers in a high quality production. Contributors included Mark Twain, Louisa May Alcott and Robert Louis Stevenson. Its emphasis was to entertain - "A child's magazine is it's pleasure-ground" (Dodge)25735ocn002928342book18740.25Dodge, Mary MapesRhymes and jinglesJuvenile worksPoetry+-+K74070079623135ocn004742338book18770.16Dodge, Mary MapesDonald and DorothyJuvenile worksFiction1882ocn009196270book19830.06Dodge, Mary MapesMary AnneJuvenile worksFictionA young girl tells how she dressed her Christmas doll in pretty clothes, from petticoat to hat, and supplied her with a fan and a parasol16712ocn002806146book18790.10Dodge, Mary MapesAlong the wayJuvenile worksPoetry+-+08345007961602ocn000328184book19180.53Law, Frederick HoukModern short stories : a book for high schoolsShort stories12010ocn002341537book18940.07Dodge, Mary MapesThe land of pluck : stories and sketches for young folkJuvenile worksFiction9321ocn024771416book18670.08Dodge, Mary MapesThe silver skatesJuvenile worksFictionA Dutch boy and girl work toward two goals--finding the doctor who can restore their father's memory and winning the competition for the silver skates+-+4728606425324928ocn013504645book18790.82Dodge, Mary MapesPoems and verses8715ocn002681850book18650.63Dodge, Mary MapesThe Irvington storiesJuvenile worksFiction876ocn003986070book18760.18Dodge, Mary MapesTheophilus and othersJuvenile worksFiction847ocn003392075book18940.08Dodge, Mary MapesWhen life is young : a collection of verse for boys and girlsJuvenile worksPoetry715ocn066641206book19830.07Dodge, Mary MapesHans Brinker, of De zilveren schaatsenJuvenile worksFictionHans wil met zijn zusje meedoen aan de schaatswedstrijd. Als ze die winnen, kunnen ze met de prijs (zilveren schaatsen) een dokter voor hun vader betalen. Amerikaans verhaal uit 1865 met veel informatie over Nederland in die tijd. Vanaf ca. 11 jaar606ocn019676774rcrd19760.06Dodge, Mary MapesHans Brinker and the silver skatesJuvenile worksFictionA little Dutch boy is determined to win the village skating competition so that his father can receive the surgical treatment needed to restore his health506ocn314823364com18850.90Dodge, Mary MapesSt. Nicholas songs424ocn682118623file18840.08St. NicholasBaby world stories, rhymes and pictures for little folksJuvenile worksFictionPoetry+-+7736800796425ocn314823315com18770.93Dodge, Mary MapesCan a little child, like me?6104ocn026160586book19920.53Gannon, Susan RMary Mapes DodgeHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcAs both a writer and an editor, Mary Mapes Dodge (1831-1905) did more than anyone else to shape American children's literature. Best known for her classic Hans Brinker; or, The Silver Skates, Dodge was also the founder and editor of St. Nicholas Magazine, the contents of which were a major influence on the development of children's literature during the period now known as a "golden age." Dodge persuaded well-known authors and poets to contribute to St. Nick, among them Louisa May Alcott, Sarah Orne Jewett, Rudyard Kipling, Mark Twain, and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and she taught many of them how to address an audience of children. In this, the first complete study of Dodge as author, journalist, and editor, Susan R. Gannon and Ruth Anne Thompson consider the long-standing influences of St. Nick and its writers. Gannon and Thompson examine the themes that appeared throughout Dodge's writing - from her essays and poems in the United States Journal, where she wrote on topics including women's rights, marriage, and amusements for the family, to the leitmotif of carnivals and Christmas festivities in her novels. Further, the authors look at Dodge the woman, whose own schooling inspired her to create a similar experience for her sons, whose playtime was indistinguishable from their education+-+91048205353132ocn000236936book19490.15Mason, Miriam EMary Mapes Dodge, jolly girlJuvenile worksFictionThis is the story of a gay, merry hearted little girl, full of fun and jokes and jingles and unpredictable ideas, and of the happy childhood experiences that developed her into an author of children's books2903ocn008586995book19430.06Howard, Alice BMary Mapes Dodge of St. NicholasBiography1572ocn054479307book20040.84St. Nicholas and Mary Mapes Dodge : the legacy of a children's magazine editor, 1873-1905+-+2302691325812ocn004804790book19790.50Wright, Catharine MorrisLady of the silver skates : the life and correspondence of Mary Mapes Dodge, 1830-1905Biography432ocn611344895file20030.30Mary Mapes Dodge (1831-1905)Criticism, interpretation, etc304ocn003024178mix19760.90Roggenbuck, Mary JuneSt. Nicholas magazine a study of the impact and historical influence of the editorship of Mary Mapes Dodge122ocn680548530file18820.25Dodge, Mary MapesRhymes and jinglesJuvenile worksPoetry87ocn022691568score18890.93Cowen, Frederic HSnow-flakesMusical settingsMusic32ocn023173790book19891.00Klassen, Kenneth GThe school of nature : an annotated index of writings on nature in St. Nicholas magazine during the editorship of Mary Mapes Dodge, 1873-190532ocn044403373book19741.00Wright, Catharine MorrisHow "St. Nicholas" got Rudyard Kipling and what happened thenRecords and correspondence21ocn022691581score18911.00Cowen, Frederic HSnow-flakes : m. sop. or bar. in DMusical settingsMusic21ocn081678788mix19830.92Fuller, Lawrence BenedictMary Mapes Dodge and St. Nicholas : the magazine as educator21ocn171232771art18980.10Dodge, Mary Mapes : author and editor of "St. Nicholas"Biography21ocn022691533score19370.92Bornschein, Franz CThe snowflake : three-part chorus of women's voices with piano accompanimentMusical settings21ocn028409257mix1.00Gifford, R. SwainRecords and correspondencePersonal correspondence with numerous American writers, artists, and public figures and additional correspondence relating to Gifford's growth as an artist, women artists in New Bedford, acceptance in artistic circles, and travels to Europe and Africa (1870, 1874); other papers of Gifford, including diaries, essays, poems, notes, notebooks, articles, architectural drawings, legal documents, financial papers, biographical materials, and exhibition catalogs; research papers of Philip Dechert pertaining to Gifford; correspondence, diaries, and other papers, of Gifford's wife, Frances (Eliot) Gifford (1844-1931); and papers of Gifford family members and relatives including Ida Eliot (1875-ca. 1950) and Margaret Eliot (1889-1946) Gifford, A. Frederick (1865-1945) and Frances Lincoln Eliot Gifford (b. 1833) Kleiminger, Rose Lamb Gifford Grinnell (1877-1943), Jessie Lloyd Gifford Ross (1879-1946), and Mary Rotch Eliot Rotch (1847-1929). Correspondents include Samuel Putnam Avery, Albert Cook Church, Samuel Colman, Christopher Pearse Cranch, Mary Mapes Dodge, Abram Stevens Hewitt, Winslow Homer, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, Henry Huttleston Rogers, Louis Comfort Tiffany, and Elihu Vedder21ocn028411355mix1.00Larcom, LucyRecords and correspondenceIngoing and outgoing correspondence with literary and personal friends, publishers, readers, and representatives of philanthropic causes, poems, historical notes, mss. of writings, and other papers; correspondence of Harriet Silvester Tapley relating to the acquisition of Larcom's papers; newspaper clippings, notes, and printed material concerning Larcom; autograph book of her sister, Louise Barrett Larcom, containing Lucy's poems; information pertaining to her father, Benjamin Larcom; photos of family members; and other materials. Correspondents include Lydia Maria Child, Mary Mapes Dodge, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward, Caroline M.S. Severance, and John Greenleaf Whittier11ocn122557430mix1.00White, Sallie Elizabeth JoyContains family correspondence, letters White received from notable persons, volumes of clippings of her newspaper articles and columns, photos, a biographical essay on White by her granddaughter, and papers of her daughter Grace Elinor Joy (White) Pratt11ocn045095190com0.47The online archive of nineteenth-century U.S. women's writingsA collection of new scholarly editions of nineteenth-century U.S. women's writings and resources for continued research about them11ocn122499593mixDodge, Mary MapesLetters of Mary Mapes DodgeRecords and correspondenceThe collection consists primarily of letters from Mary Elizabeth Mapes Dodge to Horace Elisha Scudder (1838-1902). There is one letter in the collection from Mary Elizabeth Dodge to an individual identified as Webb+-+9121555415+-+9121555415Thu Oct 16 16:05:40 EDT 2014batch41903