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Thu Oct 16 17:51:29 2014 UTClccn-n881564970.00Publication accounts and correspondence,0.071.00Henry Holt & Co., 1866-1946 : an editorial history /126775354n 881564972585857Henry Holt.Henry Holt & Co.Henry Holt & CoHolt and Company.Holt, HenryHolt, Rinehart and WinstonMcDougal Littelllccn-n83040656Fleming, Deniseilllccn-n50031907Coltrane, John1926-1967lccn-n2003041413Qualls, Seanilllccn-n94061949Weatherford, Carole Boston1956-lccn-n79112981Rand, Tedilllccn-n80039697Martin, Bill1916-2004lccn-n85092007Archambault, Johnlccn-n2005051352Cheshire, Marcbkdlccn-n78085603Hague, Michaelilllccn-n93032638Engle, MargaritaHenry Holt and CompanyJuvenile worksFictionPoetryPicture booksBiographyHistoryHistorical fictionLegendsFolklorePictorial worksStories in rhymeAnimalsChildren's poetryUnited StatesSaxophonistsJazz musiciansColtrane, John,Pond animalsSeasonsCaterpillarsOrphansNatureFliesDanceCountry lifeAlphabetSquare dancingHuman-animal relationshipsBarnsScarecrowsCountry dancingMoonFrogsBirdsFirefliesLawnsBatsAntsBeetlesBeesSnakesMoles (Animals)HummingbirdsSatellitesStarsFrustrationWit and humor, JuvenileFamiliesSummerEskimosFathers and daughtersSex roleNatural historyFriendshipPolandWorld War (1939-1945)Children's storiesChildren's poetry, AmericanJewsHolocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)18691874187518761880188218831884188618881889189018911894189518961898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193419361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019521954195519561958195919601985198619871988198919901991199219931994199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201438125389526[E]PZ8.3.F6378ocn172979153ocn026363443ocn013761542ocn022907112ocn024218583ocn606403800ocn427757131ocn016981899ocn020391202ocn013333715ocn001388951ocn001389364ocn00251973039471ocn172979153book20080.06Weatherford, Carole BostonBefore John was a jazz giant : a song of John ColtraneJuvenile worksBiographyFictionPicture booksThis lyrical picture-book biography of John Coltrane focuses on his childhood and how he interpreted sounds before he made his music+-+294425053531641ocn026363443book19930.06Fleming, DeniseIn the small, small pondJuvenile worksFictionPoetryPicture booksIllustrations and rhyming text describe the activities of animals living in and near a small pond as spring progresses to autumn+-+326635053524551ocn013761542book19860.06Martin, BillBarn dance!Juvenile worksFictionPoetryPicture booksUnable to sleep on the night of a full moon, a young boy follows the sound of music across the fields and finds an unusual barn dance in progress+-+244255053524242ocn022907112book19910.06Fleming, DeniseIn the tall, tall grassJuvenile worksSoftwareFictionPoetryBig booksChildren's songsBoard booksRhymed text (crunch, munch, caterpillars lunch) presents a toddler's view of creatures found in the grass from lunchtime till nightfall, such as bees, ants, and moles+-+969485053520891ocn024218583book19920.06Aylesworth, JimOld black flyJuvenile worksFictionPoetryRhyming text and illustrations follow a mischievous old black fly through the alphabet as he has a very busy bad day landing where he should not be+-+765965053511541ocn606403800book20110.06Engle, MargaritaHurricane dancers : the first Caribbean pirate shipwreckHistoryJuvenile worksPoetryQuebrado has been a slave on captain Bernadino de Talavera's pirate ship for years, but when a hurricane sinks the ship and kills most of the crew, Quebrado escapes to safety and finds acceptance and refuge in a nearby village+-+959745053511222ocn793379280book20130.06Dominguez, Angela NMaria had a little llamaJuvenile worksFictionIn this bilingual version of the classic rhyme, set in Peru, Maria takes her llama to school one day. Bilingual Spanish and English10903ocn820665612book20130.06Hill, KirkpatrickBo at Ballard CreekJuvenile worksFictionHistorical fiction"It's the 1920s, and Bo was headed for an Alaska orphanage when she won the hearts of two tough gold miners who set out to raise her, enthusiastically helped by all the kind people of the nearby Eskimo village"--10001ocn427757131book20100.07Gleitzman, MorrisOnceHistoryJuvenile worksFictionHistorical fictionYoung adult worksAfter living in an Catholic orphanage for nearly four years, a naive Jewish boy runs away and embarks on a journey across Nazi-occupied Poland to find his parents+-+11754505359591ocn310959348book20100.01Engle, MargaritaSummer birds : the butterflies of Maria MerianJuvenile worksIn the Middle Ages, people believed that insects were evil, born from mud in a process called spontaneous generation. This is the story of one young girl who took the time to observe and learn, and in so doing disproved a theory that went all the way back to ancient Greece+-+82843505358451ocn046974941book20020.01Willis, JeanneI want to be a cowgirlJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksSpeaking in rhyme, a little girl tells her father that she would rather have the active outdoor life of a cowgirl than that of a girl who stays inside quietly reading, talking, or cleaning+-+12441505358381ocn016981899book19880.06Martin, BillUp and down on the merry-go-roundJuvenile worksFictionPoetryIn this rhyming story, children describe the sights and sounds of riding on the merry-go-round7691ocn020391202book19900.07Ekoomiak, NormeeArctic memoriesJuvenile worksFictionLegendsPictorial worksText in both Inuktitut and English describes a now vanished way of life for the Inuit+-+29114986157681ocn025093506book19920.06Haskins, JamesThurgood Marshall : a life for justiceJuvenile worksBiographyExamines the life and accomplishments of the first black judge to be appointed to the Supreme Court7451ocn026857821book19930.06Robbins, KenPower machinesJuvenile worksPhotographs and text describe such work-saving machines as a crane, jack hammer, bulldozer, and back hoe7421ocn013333715book19880.07Frost, RobertBirchesJuvenile worksPoetryAn illustrated version of the well-known poem about birch trees and the pleasures of climbing them7331ocn046974942book20020.06Mitchell, MarianneJoe CindersJuvenile worksFictionWith a "Hot diggety-dog!" and a wave of his white sombrero, cowboy Joe Cinders gets the girl in this Southwestern retelling of the Cinderella story+-+14701505357191ocn020318346book19900.07Burgess, Thornton WOld Mother West WindJuvenile worksFolkloreFictionAnecdotesThe adventures of Peter Rabbit, Johnny Chuck, Reddy Fox, the Merry Little Breezes, and all their companions in the fields, the woods, and the streams+-+63872505357031ocn644018980book20110.06Brown, MonicaPablo Neruda : poet of the peopleJuvenile worksBiographyPicture booksDescribes the life and times of the Nobel Prize-winning Chilean poet+-+K3464505356561ocn033281888book19960.06Peters, Lisa WestbergOctober smiled backJuvenile worksFictionPoetryRhymes personify the months such as shy November, lazy February, frisky March, and silly May+-+81226505354622ocn052134785book20030.50The house of Holt, 1866-1946 : a documentary volumeHistoryBibliographyOffers a selection of primary documents taken from the Henry Holt and Company papers at Princeton. The materials chosen were those that shed light on the firm, its authors, and American publishing concerns over several eras. Included information on textbooks - which were an important aspect of Holt's list from the beginning; and those authors whose careers of notoriety are of particular interest in relation to Holt+-+96731123251462ocn028633866book19930.86Gilbert, Ellen DThe house of Holt, 1866-1946 : an editorial historyHistory21ocn050398646mix19921.00Gilbert, Ellen DHenry Holt & Co., 1866-1946 : an editorial historyHistory12ocn476090838mix1.00Madison, Charles AllanThe collection includes correspondence, and manuscripts of published and unpublished writings by Madison. The bulk of the correspondence concerns his writings, though there is also correspondence relating to labor unions and some personal correspondence. Among Madison's correspondents are a number of prominent individuals to whom he sent manuscripts for comment, including Charles Beard, Henry Black, Hugo Black, Solon De Leon, John Dewey, Howard Fast, Harold L. Ickes, Agnes Inglis, Robert M.LaFollette Jr., Eleanor Roosevelt, Norman Thomas, Lewis Untermeyer, Oswald Garrison Villard, and Henry A. Wallace. Other correspondents include David Dubinsky, Carl Haessler, Fred Thompson, James T. Farrell and Evelyn Scott. Unpublished manuscripts include a biography of Ludwig Lewisohn, two autobiographies, and two historical novels11ocn005269887mix19591.00Rigg, Edgar TaylorLetter, 1959 March 13, New York, to Ralph Thompson, New YorkInvites Thompson to an 85th birthday dinner honoring Robert Frost, given by Henry Holt and Co11ocn864897024book19581.00Henry Holt and CompanyThe Holt science programCatalogs11ocn025300738mix1.00Holt, RolandRoland Holt papersHistoryCorrespondence, writings, clippings, photographs, and other materials of Roland Holt and Constance D'Arcy Mackay. Included are letters, late 1880s, from Roland Holt to his father about Holt's experiences as a student at Yale University; letters, 1910s-1920s, from actors and playwrights reviewed by Holt; published versions of articles by and about Holt; annual diary volumes, 1896-1920, of Holt, concerning social and theatrical activities; correspondence, 1906-1956, of Mackay, concerning theatrical business matters, including correspondence with Frederick Henry Koch (1877-1944); plays, poems, and articles by Mackay; and articles concerning Mackay's work11ocn645933664art18690.10Henry Holt. [Nashua New Hampshire]DirectoriesGazetteers11ocn166953198book1.00Bass, Robert DRobert D. Bass papersHistoryBiographyComic books, strips, etcRecords and correspondenceA separate run of correspondence, 1941-1969, (also in Box 1) consists of 420 letters, chiefly carbon copies of outgoing letters from R.D. Bass discussing personal, family, and professional matters11ocn045756784book18831.00Henry Holt and CompanyHenry Holt & Co's Educational catalogue, September, 1883Bibliography CatalogsCatalogs11ocn747041714book0.47Blumenthal, JosephHoliday keepsakesThe first booklet was issued in 1929; they were produced annually from 1934 through 1962, except for the years 1936 and 1940-1943. Blumenthal's 1963 greeting has an essay about the holiday booklet series and his relationship with the poet; the 1964 greeting is the text of a speech given by President John F. Kennedy at the dedication of the Robert Frost Library at Amherst College; the 1966 greeting is an essay by August Heckscher, and the 1967 greeting an essay by Howard Mumford Jones11ocn057326446book19981.00Henry Holt and CompanyOwl Books fall & winter 1998 : trade paperbacks : includes The College BoardCatalogs11ocn057326523book19991.00Henry Holt and CompanyHenry Holt, Metropolitan, Owl Books, including The College Board, spring summer 1999Catalogs11ocn054742843book1.00Henry Holt and CompanyHenry Holt miscellaneous cataloguesCatalogs11ocn214329320book19310.47Henry Holt and CompanyBooks for spring 1931Catalogs11ocn078697119mix1.00Sloane, William MSelected papers of William M. Sloane11ocn231347377book1.00Caliver, AmbroseAmbrose Caliver collectionRecords and correspondenceThe records contained in the Caliver series contain examples and references from the Great Depression, Harlem Renaissance, New Deal, and the progressive era found throughout the twenty-four subseries. Correspondence, General holds letters that do not fall under any of the subsequent subseries. The Admissions subseries documents Caliver's interaction with accepted and potential students, and scholarship opportunities. The Alumni subseries contains records that document graduates in their professional and civic advances. Contained within the Committees subseries are documents of deliberations, lists, and proceedings ranging from admissions to social and recreation. The Employment Inquiries subseries holds letters of interests for custodian and teaching positions, whereas the Faculty & Staff subseries provides information about the development of the dean's office, and Alaine Locke's contributions to the instructional program at Fisk. Locke, an advocate of the "New Negro" philosophy, was a visiting professor in 1925. There is also information on Z. Alexander Looby, prominent Nashville and post-World War II civil rights attorney, who served as assistant professor of economics from 1926 to 1928; and Horace Mann Bond, educator, sociologist, scholar, and author, who served from 1928 to 1939 in various capacities, including research assistant to Charles S. Johnson, director of the men's dormitory, and chair of the department of education. The Graduate Work subseries and the Honorary Degrees subseries both hold limited correspondence pertaining to students enrolled and honorees. The Institutional Accreditation subseries contains documents of interaction with accrediting agencies of high schools where Fisk students attended, and organizations with interest in colleges and universities, such as the Association of American Universities. The Institutional Requests subseries holds correspondence documenting Caliver's invitation to participate in professional activities at institutions ranging from the Alexander Hamilton Institute to the West Virginia Department of Education. Correspondence between Caliver and Howard University, Meharry Medical College, and Northwestern University Medical School is contained within the Medical Colleges subseries. The Professional Associations subseries consists primarily of correspondence, but also includes announcements, bulletins, and programs of such organizations as the American Association of Adult Education, Association for the Study of Negro Life & History, East Tennessee Association of Teachers in Colored Schools, and the National Education Association01ocn122372639mixJames familyPublication accounts and correspondenceIncludes royalty accounts, statements, and correspondence with publishers, printers, and agents relating chiefly to publications of William James, but also relating to publications of Henry James and Henry James, Sr+-+2944250535+-+2944250535Thu Oct 16 15:00:13 EDT 2014batch35036