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Fri Mar 21 17:12:05 2014 UTClccn-n882227290.00Bennett, John0.371.00Papers, 1904-197946920165John_Bennett_(author)n 882227292543095John Bennettlccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lccn-n82063078Birch, Reginald B.1856-1943illlccn-n79081709ElizabethIQueen of England1533-1603lccn-n82214627Greene, Harlanlccn-n88222730Snowden, Yates1858-1933lccn-n93044424Anderson, Mary Crow1922-edtlccn-n81038526Century Companypbllccn-no2005106746De Land, Clyde Osmer1872-1947illnp-blue jacket$shawnee chief$ca 1752Blue JacketShawnee chiefca. 1752-lccn-n85299512Stuyvesant, Peter1592-1672Bennett, John1865-1956FictionJuvenile worksHistoryFolkloreRecords and correspondenceCriticism, interpretation, etcMusical settingsSouth Carolina--CharlestonShakespeare, William,FolkloreAfrican AmericansBennett, John,Intellectual lifeSouth CarolinaGreat BritainManners and customsEnglandElizabeth--I,--Queen of England,Authors, AmericanAmerican literatureSnowden, Yates,Arts, AmericanNew York (State)--New YorkConduct of lifeSingersFamiliesDramatistsKings and rulersActorsTheaterChildren--Conduct of lifeTalesMothers and daughtersSoulHappinessOhioShawnee IndiansStuyvesant, Peter,Baltimore, Charles Calvert,--Lord,United StatesLiteratureSea storiesStories in rhymeCounting-out rhymesCountingChildren's prose poemsFairy talesTraveling theaterTheatrical companiesIllustration of booksGraphic artsIllustrated booksEngland--LondonChildren's storiesSongs (Low voice) with pianoSongs (Medium voice) with pianoGermany18651956189218931895189618971898190019011902190319041906190819091910191219131914191519171918191919201921192219231924192519281929193019311932193319351936193819401941194319461950195119531956195819611965197219731981198719931995199619982000200120032004200520062010272481206398.2PZ7.B44ocn07465198694953ocn002966677book18970.07Bennett, JohnMaster Skylark : a story of Shakspere's timeHistoryJuvenile worksFictionA young boy with an exceptional voice joins a theater group but never loses his desire to be with his family+-+063128193646911ocn000575283book19460.50Bennett, JohnThe doctor to the dead; grotesque legends & folk tales of old CharlestonFolkloreA collection of 23 Lowcountry ghost stories+-+059585520622721ocn000852154book19000.17Bennett, JohnBarnaby LeeHistoryJuvenile worksFiction2007ocn001437699book19210.73Bennett, JohnMadame Margot, a legend of old CharlestonHistoryFiction1469ocn000374128book19280.07Bennett, JohnThe pigtail of Ah Lee Ben Loo : with seventeen other laughable tales & 200 comical silhouettesJuvenile worksFictionA collection of the author's amusing stories, ballads, and verses, most with the flavor of folk tales1343ocn028181995book19930.93Snowden, YatesTwo scholarly friends : Yates Snowden-John Bennett correspondence, 1902-1932Criticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondence822ocn001188130book19430.63Bennett, JohnBlue Jacket, war chief of the Shawnees : and his part in Ohio's historyHistory817ocn005699642book19060.84Bennett, JohnThe treasure of Peyre Gaillard; being an account of the recovery, on a South Carolina plantation, of a treasure, which had remained buried and lost in a vast swamp for over a hundred yearsJuvenile worksFiction+-+8655471406324313ocn002908048book19530.08Bennett, JohnMaster SkylarkHistoryJuvenile worksFictionA young lad with the voice of a skylark, is spirited away from Stratford-on-Avon by a theatrical troup. After many adventures, both frightening and triumphant, including a performance at the palace before Queen Bess, he is rescued by William Shakespeare292ocn038125230book19980.06Cowley, JoyMilwaukee cowsJuvenile worksFictionHumorous pictures show cows in various activities185ocn026005703score19140.70Jacobs-Bond, CarrieA hundred years from nowMusical settings161ocn006733856book19300.98Bennett, JohnProtest of an old timerHistory152ocn300072985com20030.81Lutkenhaus, Anna MayMaster Skylark132ocn057003766book20040.47Bennett, JohnMadame Margot : a grotesque legend of old CharlestonFiction+-+186547140632492ocn026005808score19150.93Jacobs-Bond, CarrieTo-dayMusical settings81ocn043217691book19960.19Bennett, JohnBodoFiction54ocn074651986book20050.08Nelson, MayThe Bell of AtriJuvenile worksFiction"The golden Bell of Justice was the pride and joy of the townspeople of Atri. It meant that all citizens were treated with fairness. However, one day, the bell of Atri rang out for an unexpected cause"--Back cover42ocn080068187book18980.08Bennett, JohnJonker Leeuwerik : een verhaal uit Shakespere's tijd voor jongens en meisjes42ocn064325675book19100.47Bennett, JohnDe scheepsjongen : een geschiedkundig verhaal uit den tijd der West-Indische compagnie41ocn036019412rcrd19950.06Bennett, JohnMaster SkylarkHistoryFictionA young lad with the voice of a skylark, is spirited away from Stratford-on-Avon by a theatrical troup. After many adventures, both frightening and triumphant, including a performance at the palace before Queen Bess, he is rescued by William Shakespeare2001ocn045486879book20010.88Greene, HarlanMr. Skylark : John Bennett and the Charleston renaissanceBiographyIn this biography which "reveals the rich tapestry of the literary and social history of Charleston," the author draws from thousands of notes left by John Bennett to present a multi-talented man: a silhouette artist, a Gullah scholar, a mentor of other authors, and a writer who "documented the lives of the artists moving through the city, the plight of the city's blacks, and the changing social mores of his time."--Jacket+-+866778573581ocn068219244book19610.92Leland, Isabella GThe great Indian pipe hoax : (a story of Paint Creek Valley)Folklore31ocn040334309book19810.27Bennett, JohnThe treasure of Peyre GaillardManuscripts21ocn028414484mix1.00Verner, Elizabeth O'NeillRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsCorrespondence, diaries, scrapbooks, fan mail, financial data, tax returns, exhibition literature, ledgers, receipts, and other materials, relating to Verner, her writings, and artwork; together with Verner family correspondence, and history and genealogy of the O'Neill family. Correspondents include Lady Astor, John Bennett, James F. Byrnes, Wil Lou Gray, Elizabeth Verner Hamilton, DuBose Heyward, Robert Molloy, Thomas E. Myers, Josephine Pinckney, Dick Reeves, Archibald Rutledge, Herbert R. Sass, Dawn L. Simmons, Alexander Sprunt, David Battle Verner, E. Pettigrew Verner, and Maude Waddell11ocn871068252fileRhett, Robert GRobert G. Rhett papersThis collection chiefly consists of writings and speeches by Robert G. Rhett, but also includes some related newspaper clippings and other material dating much later than his lifetime. Papers of Robert G. Rhett consist of a typescript manuscript of his book "Charleston, An Epic of Carolina" (published 1940); speeches; newspaper clippings; a brief diary of a European trip (no date); financial records, including a bond of Blanche S. Rhett; property records, mainly deeds to property on Broad Street in Charleston; photographs, including a portrait of Robert G. Rhett; and miscellaneous items; and a small amount of correspondence, including letters from John Bennett and Robert Lathan concerning Rhett's book about the history of Charleston. Topics of speeches including Charleston tourism, the Charleston Navy Yard, and the American currency system. A small notebook contains excerpts from newspapers (1912-1917) and content relating to Mayor John P. Grace and opposition to American intervention in World War I11ocn036794375bookSmythe familySmythe family papersHistoryAlso included are letters (1933-1939) from Langdon Cheves M. Smythe, a missionary in Japan, concerning the Japanese people, missionary work in Japan, his voyage by sea to Higashi Ku, Nagoya, and other matters; and correspondence (1929-1938) between John Bennett and cousin Amey Smyth in Detroit (Mich.) concerning his writings, the Detroit Civic Theatre (Foundation?), and her poetry11ocn036794357bookBennett, JohnJohn H. Bennett papersHistoryMapsFictionPapers consist of literary manuscripts, correspondence, notes, clippings, and a map11ocn028417790mix1.00Bennett, JohnJohn Bennett papersHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyRecords and correspondenceOther correspondents include Annie E. Snowden, Susan S. Bennett, Anne King Gregorie, Charles Woodward Hutson, and Arthur Medlock. Places represented include Charleston and Columbia, S.C.; Flat Rock and Hendersonville, N.C.; and Bennett's native Chillicothe, Ohio11ocn037216381book1.00Hungerpiller, John CJohn C Hungerpiller papersGenealogyRecords and correspondenceReel also includes obituary notices of Bernard M. Baruch, John Bennett, Julia Peterkin, Alexander S. Salley, Stanhope Sams, Herbert Ravenel Sass, Patterson Wardlaw, and Yates Snowden11ocn036794355bookBennett, JohnJohn Bennett papersHistoryFolkloreWritings include manuscripts and manuscript fragments of novels, stories, and articles (many unpublished); juvenalia; copies of Bennett's poems; and drafts, galley proofs, and adaptations of Bennett's published fiction; with related correspondence, illustrations, clippings, and other items11ocn071058047mix1.00Poetry Society of South CarolinaPoetry Society of South Carolina recordsBy-lawsMeeting minutes and notices (1983-2000) provide insight into the activities of the Society, as do materials related to the numerous annual prizes and competitions offered by the Society. Records relating to prizes and competitions (1922-2004) form the bulk of the collection and contain correspondence, submissions, and entry guidelines and rules related to annual competitions such as the annual spring forum as well as memorial prizes such as the John Andrew Hamilton Prize and the Kinloch Rivers Memorial Chapbook Competition. The Skylark Prize, a poetry competition for elementary and high school students named for John Bennett's book "Master Skylark" is also documented (1990-1998). Programs (1982-1998) contain both programs and agendas from Poetry Society events and correspondence and other materials relating to the planning and organization of events, lectures, and workshops. Publications consists of poetry collections and anthologies collected and published by the Poetry Society including "In Memory of John Henry Bennett, Jr. April 26, 1945-November 19, 2000" and "A Retrospective Reflecting More Than Seven Decades of Verse Honored by the Poetry Society of South Carolina" (1996), the seventy-fifth anniversary anthology published by the Society. Drafts and correspondence regarding the publication of these anthologies is also included. Poetry Society publications also include newsletters (1992-1998) and annual yearbooks (1971-2004) featuring prizewinning poems. One scrapbook (1970-1972) has been disbound and contains clippings, meeting minutes, and competition information11ocn056386858visu1.00[Photographs of John Bennett]PortraitsPictorial worksStudio portraits of author John Bennett, both signed11ocn030699122mix19351.00Hart, J. EJoseph Everett Hart papersBio-bibliographyBibliographyRecords and correspondenceConsisting of bound typescript, 14 Apr. 1935, "South Carolina Authors: A Bibliography of Some of the Living South Carolina Literary Men and Women"; and letters of DuBose Heyward, Josephine Pinckney, Julia Peterkin, Elliott Springs, John Bennett, Elliott Crayton McCants, Katharine Ball Ripley, Hervey Allen, and Robert Quillen11ocn052717284book19401.00King, ElizabethBibliography of John Bennett11ocn075185029book19580.47Cox, H. MorrisResearch notes on the Charleston Poetic RenascenceHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcThis collection consists of 5x8 index cards which were used for research in: Cox, Headley Morris, Jr. Charleston Poetic Renascence, 1920-1930, Thesis (Ph.d.), University of Pennsylvania, 1958. The information included is about the literary South, the Poetry Society of South Carolina, the Charleston Renaissance, and the poems of W. Herbey Allen and DuBose Heyward. Other writers who contributed to the Charleston Renaissance are noted, along with a list of prizewinners in the contests sponsored by the Poetry Society of South Carolina, and a list of the volumes of poetry published by Charleston poets11ocn137311932art2000Haverstock, Mary SayreBennett, John11ocn064026311book19251.00An appendix to the complete works of John Bennett : sensational details of an author's inner lifePresumably printed as a private joke by Yates Snowden, a friend of Bennett's11ocn166423482book19410.47Bennett, JohnJohn Bennett letter to Carlotta HarrisA letter of condolence from author John Bennett to Carlotta Harris upon the death of her husband, Lancelot Minor Harris (College of Charleston English professor), in 194111ocn049221480visu1.00[Louise Jones DuBose collection]PhotographsPortraitsPictorial worksPhotographs collected by Louise Jones DuBose, including the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, Long Cane, S.C.; the Graniteville Manufacturing Co., Aiken County, S.C.; Indian Fields Campground, St. George, S.C.; Bratton Cottage, Brattonsville, York County, S.C.; pot luck anniversary at King's Mountain; group of African Americans on bench under trees, marked "before Santee Cooper dam"; group of white women, marked "Altrusa?" Photomechanical print of Mt. Zion College (Winnsboro, Fairfield Co., S.C.)11ocn036794134bookBennett, Susan SmytheSusan Smythe Bennett papersHistoryGuidebooksThere is additional correspondence (1917-1951) between Susan S. Bennett and John Bennett, her children John H. Bennett (b. 1907), Jane Bennett Wells, and Susan A. Bennett, her grand-daughter Martha Bennett Stiles, and others. Topics include household management, social life, family matters, a trip to Japan and the Philippines to attend the marriage of Jane Bennett Wells (1923), and a visit to England and France (1930) during which she met Rudyard Kipling. Also included is her correspondence with relative Robert Adger Bowen which discusses, among other things, Ashtabula, Woodburn, and Rivoli plantations+-+0595855206+-+0595855206Fri Mar 21 15:37:34 EDT 2014batch28249