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Fri Mar 21 17:12:18 2014 UTClccn-n886400810.00A study in English thought and letters of the seventeenth century0.541.00Papers,52768436Ferris_Greensletn 886400812288833Greenslet, Ferris Lowelllccn-n88002034Curtis, Charles P.(Charles Pelham)1891-1959edtlccn-sh85078659Lowell familylccn-n50037325Aldrich, Thomas Bailey1836-1907lccn-n80034012Rogers, Bruce1870-1957lccn-n79076124Lowell, James Russell1819-1891lccn-n94031070Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n79117248Pater, Walter1839-1894lccn-n86137885Guiney, Louise Imogen1861-1920lccn-n93120992Shapiro Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n50033089Glanvill, Joseph1636-1680Greenslet, Ferris1875-1959BiographyHistoryLegendsPoetryMiscellaneaTextbooksLowell, James Russell,Publishers and publishingLowell familyNew EnglandAnthologiesEnglish poetryAldrich, Thomas Bailey,Authors, AmericanAuthors and publishersUnited StatesPater, Walter,Greenslet, Ferris,PoetryDiplomatsFore-edge paintingGreat BritainColeridge, Hartley,Philosophy, EnglishGlanvill, Joseph,GrailCambridge PlatonistsArnold, Matthew,Authors, EnglishWard, AileenEnglish poetry--Early modernEnglish literatureSouthey, Robert,PoeticsWood-engravingFriendshipShannon, Edgar Finley,Publishers' catalogsBookbindingHuman beingsLifePhilosophical anthropologyRogers, Samuel,Foster, Myles Birket,EnglandPhilosophersPoets, AmericanViewsConstable (Firm)Wordsworth, William,Truth about publishing (Unwin, Stanley, Sir)EditorsBliven, Bruce,Cerf, Bennett,Kyllmann, OttoPhilosophy187519591900190219031904190519061907190819091911191219151917192619271928193019351943194419451946194719501953196219651969197419751979198319851999200420102013669081242811.3PN6014ocn000486121ocn000646359ocn000491138ocn612618547ocn590123724ocn613241625ocn019600878ocn020543958ocn802911791ocn215446103ocn026657100128519ocn000343098book19460.37Greenslet, FerrisThe Lowells and their seven worldsHistory124817ocn000350877book19450.39Curtis, Charles PThe practical cogitator; or, The thinker's anthology104434ocn001166271book19080.59Greenslet, FerrisThe life of Thomas Bailey AldrichBiography79527ocn002422560book19050.56Greenslet, FerrisJames Russell Lowell : his life and workBiography52826ocn001099795book19030.70Greenslet, FerrisWalter PaterBiography+-+09535826753242966ocn000486121book19270.70Guiney, Louise ImogenHappy ending : the collected lyrics of Louise Imogen Guiney1563ocn001059988book19020.50Greenslet, FerrisThe quest of the Holy Grail : an interpretation and a paraphrase of the holy legendsLegends1443ocn000646359book19260.73Unwin, StanleyThe truth about publishing1333ocn000391963book19000.81Greenslet, FerrisJoseph Glanvill1292ocn001711441book19110.84Hearn, LafcadioLeaves from the diary of an impressionist : early writings1164ocn000927704book19070.88Longfellow, Henry WadsworthThe sonnets of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow+-+21200426961043ocn003012325book19280.63Greenslet, FerrisThomas Bailey Aldrich903ocn005781283book19090.73Rogers, SamuelThe poemsPoetryTextbooks517ocn070319306book19000.86Greenslet, FerrisJoseph Glanvill; a study in English thought and letters of the seventeenth centuryBiography253ocn221468184book19450.47Curtis, Charles PThe Practical cogitator : the thinker's anthologyMiscellanea161ocn000491138book19090.79Praed, Winthrop MackworthThe poems of Winthrop Mackworth Praed143ocn057224010book19050.39Hale, Edward EverettJames Russell Lowell and his friendsBiographyPublished in 1905, this biography of Lowell relies mainly on his correspondence, giving the book a lively, quasi-autobiographical result. A contemporary review in the New York Times pronounced the work conspicuously free from provincialism of standards and of feeling, conspicuously competent, dispassionate, and therefore authoritative1310ocn730027120book19430.63Greenslet, FerrisUnder the bridge, an autobiographyBiography51ocn852041746book1900Greenslet, FerrisA study in English thought and letters of the seventeenth century41ocn038652483book19270.47Guiney, Louise ImogenHappy ending; the collected lyrics. New ed. with newly collected poems4354ocn001371542book19430.63Greenslet, FerrisUnder the bridge, an autobiographyBiography11ocn122598369mix1.00Wilson, FrancisFrancis Wilson papersThe collection contains correspondence, speeches, accounts, clippings, scripts and other papers reflecting the personal and professional life of Francis Wilson11ocn053157272art1999Greenslet, Ferris11ocn294954084mix1.00Gould, George MGeorge M. Gould collection of HearnianaRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, writings, and other material by and about Lafcadio Hearn collected by George M. Gould. Includes Hearn correspondence with Page M. Baker, James W. Bouton, George M. Gould, Rudolph Matas, and others; and articles, short pieces, and translations by Hearn. Also includes articles concerning Hearn by Gould and others; typescripts of discussions between Gould and others relating to Hearn; and correspondence of Gould and his wife, Laura Stedman, with publishers, editors, friends, and critics concerning the relationship between Gould and Hearn and the publication of Gould's book, Concerning Lafcadio Hearn (1908). Other materials include reviews of books by and about Hearn; bibliographies of Hearn's works; and lecture, notes, newspaper clippings, photographs, and other papers pertaining to Hearn. Gould's correspondents include Page M. Baker, Edward G. Clapham, Ferris Greenslet, Alexander Hill, Rudolph Matas, Mitchell McDonald, DeWitt Miller, Paul Elmer More, Jacques W. Redway, Edmund Clarence Stedman, and Andrew Dickson White11ocn086166224mix1.00On Publishing the Letters of Vincent van GoghA series of letters between Otto Kyllmann of Constable & Co. and the owner of van Gogh's letters, Vincent Wilhem van Gogh, over the publication of the artist's correspondence. The file also contains extensive correspondence with rival publishers Houghton, Mifflin and Co. and Viking Press, and with Ferris Greenslet and Walter Pach. The book manuscripts discussed were "Vincent van Gogh's Great Period" and "Further Letters of Vincent van Gogh11ocn050994671mix0.47Cather, Willa[Autograph letter signed [1907?], and typed letter, with appended autograph note, signed, April 11, 1941, to Viola Roseboro']Cather's A.L.s describes her current crisis at McClure's over the publication of her story "The profile"; her T.L.s refers to Oliver Wendell Holmes, and incorporates her typed copies of 2 letters from him about her work, one written to her (Mar. 24, 1931) and the other to Ferris Greenslet (July 25, 1930); included also is a revised ms. in 2 unidentified hands (possibly of Cather and Roseboro) of the poem, "Two lovers" ([2] p.)11ocn667626181bookGreenslet, FerrisTyped letters signed from Ferris Greenslet, Boston, to William WinterManuscriptsConcerning work on a memoir on Mr. Aldrich11ocn870532390mixHubbert, FrancesFrances Hubbert papersThe collection is comprised of letters sent to Frances Hubbert (1894-1967) of Newport, Rhode Island, regarding her efforts to have Lady Winifred Fortescue's (1888-1951) 1935 publication, Perfume from Provence, published in the United States11ocn647906349mix1.00Sedgwick, Anne DouglasLetters of Anne Douglas SedgwickA letter from her husband Basil de Selincourt discusses her death11ocn019642666mix1.00Harrison, Henry SydnorPapersReviewsRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, clippings, and miscellaneous papers, relating chiefly to Harrison's earlier novels. The clippings are poems written while he was on the staff of the Richmond Times-Dispatch and book reviews of his works. Subjects include publishers and publishing in the U.S., Munsey's Magazine, John Stewart Bryan, and Collier Cobb. Correspondents include Irving Addison Bachellor, Milledge Louis Bonham, Jr., James Branch Cabell, Josephus Daniels, Max Forrester Eastman, John Erskine, Ferris Greenslet, Henry Louis Mencken, Philip James Roosevelt, Ellery Sedgwick, Julian Street, Hendrik Willem Van Loon, and James Howard Whitty11ocn688486324book1907Greenslet, FerrisAutograph letter signed from Ferris Greenslet, New York, to Mrs. AldrichGreenslet speaks of entertaining Mr. Child, who sends his regards. He writes that he has not heard from Winter and asks Mrs. Aldrich to drop him a line. On letterhead of The Players, Sixteen Gramercy Park. Addressed to Mrs. Aldrich, likely Mrs. Thomas Bailey Aldrich11ocn463434859mix1.00Barnes, JosephJoseph Barnes papersCorrespondence, manuscripts, dispatches, documents, clippings and other printed materials concerning his career as an editor and correspondent for the New York Herald Tribune in Moscow, Berlin and New York, as a staff member of the Institute of Pacific Relations from 1932 to 1934, as deputy director in the Office of War Information overseas branch, 1941-44, as an owner and editor of the New York Star, 1948-49, as an instructor in communications at Sarah Lawrence College, 1950-1951, as a book editor at Simon and Schuster, Publishers, 1951-1970, and as an author and translator11ocn493896211mix1.00Evans, ErnestineErnestine Evans papersCorrespondence and manuscripts of Evans, relating to her editorial work and to her friendship with the family of film director, Robert J. Flaherty11ocn757326851art19790.10Greenslet, Ferris 84Periodicals11ocn122541713mix1.00Ellis, HavelockConstable CorrespondenceA series of letters from a British philosopher and psychologist to Otto Kyllmann of Constable? "The Task of Social Hygiene, ""The Philosophy of Conflict," "World of Dreams," "Sex in Relation to Society," and "Studies in the Psychology of Sex."01ocn086131932mixGregory, HoraceCriticism, interpretation, etcCorrespondence, writings, memorabilia, a portion of which relates to Gregory's wife, poet Marya Zaturenska01ocn309774398mixBarnes, JosephCorrespondence, manuscripts, dispatches, documents, clippings and other printed materials concerning his career as an editor and correspondent for the New York Herald Tribune in Moscow, Berlin and New York, as a staff member of the Institute of Pacific Relations from 1932 to 1934, as deputy director in the Office of War Information overseas branch, 1941-44, as an owner and editor of the New York Star, 1948-49, as an instructor in communications at Sarah Lawrence College, 1950-1951, as a book editor at Simon and Schuster, Publishers, 1951-1970, and as an author and translator01ocn122610807mixEvans, ErnestineCorrespondence and manuscripts of Evans, relating to her editorial work and to her friendship with the family of film director, Robert J. 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