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Fri Mar 21 17:12:05 2014 UTClccn-n911169810.00Family papers,0.371.00Eight weeks in a railroad shop: being the tale of summer's experiences of a Cornell junior in the service of the Panhandle at Indianapolis/43487371n 911169813060390lccn-n79089084Riley, James Whitcomb1849-1916lccn-n80034012Rogers, Bruce1870-1957lccn-n94031070Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-no96036480Sharpe, Julia Graydonapproximately 1857-1939lccn-no96053901Holstein, Charles L.(Charles Louis)1843-1901lccn-sh2004007972Marine familylccn-n91128443Dickey, Marcus1859-1950lccn-sh85146828Wilson familylccn-no97061279Bohe Club (Indianapolis, Ind.)lccn-n2013024428Harvey familyEitel, Edmund Henry1886-1960PoetryPhotographsBiographyRecords and correspondenceGenealogyPersonal narratives‡vAmericanAmerican poetryNatureRiley, James Whitcomb,PoetryAmerican prose literaturePoets, AmericanIndiana--IndianapolisIndianaSteele, T. C.--(Theodore Clement),American literatureEitel, Edmund Henry,Sharpe, Julia Graydon,Indiana--Indianapolis--IrvingtonMarino familyArtists' preparatory studiesMenger, Cornelius HInvitation cardsFairbanks, Charles W.--(Charles Warren),Riley familyCharles Scribner's SonsProofs (Printing)Columbia Club (Indianapolis, Ind.)Nicholson, Meredith,Johnson, Harriet Eitel Wells,Laughlin, Clara E.--(Clara Elizabeth),Slick familyStark, Otto,Hamilton, Arthur ClintonArt--Study and teachingKipling, Rudyard,Kahn, Harry AHarvey familyArtOwen, William D.--(William Dale),Forsyth familyWorld War (1914-1918)Bobbs-Merrill CompanyChristmas cardsWilson familyTarkington, Susanah,Sousa, John Philip,Forsyth, William,Sewall, May Wright,Holstein, Charles L.--(Charles Louis),Publishers and publishingHoosier GroupArtistsBrown, Hilton U.--(Hilton Ultimus),Fletcher, Calvin,Nye, Bill,1886196018991907191319161918197319744162352817.49PS2701ocn001560001ocn817076768ocn001869794ocn080367217ocn213831987ocn174512012ocn7629928343535ocn002216863book19130.37Riley, James WhitcombThe complete works of James Whitcomb Riley : in which the poems, including a number heretofore unpublished, are arranged in the order in which they were written : together with photographs, bibliographic notes, and a life sketch of the author2112ocn080367217book19130.24Riley, James WhitcombThe complete poetical works of James Whitcomb RileyPoetryPresents over one thousand poems by nineteenth-century Indiana poet James Whitcomb Riley135ocn817076768book19740.66Riley, James WhitcombThe complete works33ocn833878842book19130.33Riley, James WhitcombThe complete works of James Whitcomb Riley33ocn836739498book19130.33Riley, James WhitcombComplete works : in which the poems, including a number heretofore unpublished, are arranged in the order in which they were written, together with photographs, bibliographic notes and a life sketch of the author33ocn836739505book19130.33Riley, James WhitcombComplete works : in which the poems, including a number heretofore unpublished, are arranged in the order in which they were written, together with photographs, bibliographic notes and a life sketch of the author22ocn756328866book19071.00Eitel, Edmund HenryEight weeks in a railroad shop: being the tale of summer's experiences of a Cornell junior in the service of the Panhandle at Indianapolis22ocn836739481book19130.31Riley, James WhitcombComplete Works of James Whitcomb Riley -- Volume 122ocn836739487book19130.47Riley, James WhitcombComplete works : in which the poems, including a number heretofore unpublished, are arranged in the order in which they were written, together with photographs, bibliographic notes and a life sketch of the author22ocn833878827book19130.47Riley, James WhitcombComplete works : in which the poems, including a number heretofore unpublished, are arranged in the order in which they were written, together with photographs, bibliographic notes and a life sketch of the author11ocn041571323mix1.00Hamilton, Arthur ClintonPapersBiographyThis collection consists of correspondence and clippings detailing the friendship between Hamilton and James Whitcomb Riley. Only three of the letters are actually from Hamilton to Riley. The remainder are from Riley's nephew, Edmund H. Eitel, to Hamilton, and attempt to elicit information from Hamilton about his uncle's youth. Riley was working on a biography of his uncle, and in 1913, published THE COMPLETE WORKS OF JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY. The clippings in this collection contain articles about Riley and an obituary of Hamilton, who died in 194411ocn057468360book1916Eitel, Edmund HenryJames Whitcomb Riley and the childrenBiography11ocn733867986book19130.10Riley, James WhitcombThe complete works of James Whitcomb Riley : vol. 9 in which the poems, including a number heretofore unpublished, are arranged in the order in which they were written : together with photographs, bibliographic notes, and a life sketch of the author11ocn028116617mixEitel, Edmund HenryFamily papersGenealogyThe collection contains family letters, papers, and genealogical materials. The genealogical materials were prepared by Eitel while researching a proposed book on his uncle's ancestry, notably the Slick, Marine, Wilson, and Harvey families, and Andrew A. Riley. Family papers mainly concern Reuben A. Riley, James Whitcomb's father. Included are his letters, some to his son (1870-1900); his poetry; and an 1851 deed to Phenton A. Riley. Also included are photo portraits, probably of Reuben Riley and Henry Eitel, a portrait sketch of Andrew Riley, a Marine family reunion, and photographs of the cemetery where Margaret Slick Riley is buried and a photograph of Joshua Swingley and his wife who lived on Andrew Riley's farm in 191411ocn035119578mixRiley, James WhitcombIndianapolis-Marion County Public Library Riley CollectionPhotographsMaterials donated by Edmund H. Eitel originally to the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library including Eitel's collection of Riley's papers, his research regarding Riley, and Eitel's personal materials. Riley's correspondents include Young E. Allison, Joel Chandler Harris, Charles Holstein, Rudyard Kipling, Meredith Nicholson, Bill Nye, T.C. Steele, John Philip Sousa, and Susanah Tarkington. Riley's business records, correspondence, and bills include materials regarding Bobbs-Merrill Company, Charles Scribner's Sons, the Columbia Club, and the Contemporary Club, as well as records from his lecture tours. Also included is Riley's poetry in handwritten, printed, and galley form; sheet music; invitations; programs; birthday and Christmas cards and greetings; and tributes. Visual materials include Riley portraits and photographs of family and friends. Eitel's materials include typed copies of Riley letters; research notes; galley and page proofs, including Riley's COMPLETE WORKS (1913); biographical research on Riley; Riley's copyright contracts; and Eitel's cash books11ocn733867994book19130.10Riley, James WhitcombThe complete works of James Whitcomb Riley : vol. 10 : in which the poems, including a number heretofore unpublished, are arranged in the order in which they were written : together with photographs, bibliographic notes, and a life sketch of the author11ocn733867991book19130.10Riley, James WhitcombThe complete works of James Whitcomb Riley : vol. 8 in which the poems, including a number heretofore unpublished, are arranged in the order in which they were written : together with photographs, bibliographic notes, and a life sketch of the author11ocn035113598mixRiley, James WhitcombCollectionPhotographsPersonal narratives AmericanSeries I: Papers of Harriet Eitel Wells Johnson, including the papers of journalist Margaret M. Scott and soldier Cornelius H. Menger. The Johnson papers include correspondence, programs, and photographs; correspondents include Edmund Henry Eitel, Elizabeth Eitel Miesse, Riley's secretary Marcus Dickey, and Julia Dickey. The Scott materials include correspondence from George Ade and John T. McCutcheon, and autographs. The Menger papers include a World War I journal and military and personal papers11ocn057474809book1918Riley, James WhitcombThe letters of James Whitcomb Riley : realizing success, 1883-90Records and correspondence11ocn247148713mixEitel, Edmund Henry[Letters]PoetryThis collection contains two letters concerning an episode regarding a verse that was mistakenly attributed to James Whitcomb Riley. Eitel was trying to correct the mistake before publication11ocn037976915mixForsyth, WilliamPapersHistoryPhotographsCatalogsSourcesCorrespondence, personal papers, and etchings, paintings, and sketches of William Forsyth, and correspondence and papers relating to Forsyth's family11ocn647981054mix18991.00Tarkington, BoothLetter to "My dear Miss Sharpe"On the verso of the first page is a letter dictated by James Whitcomb Riley to Joseph K. Sharpe thanking him for a book of poems. The letter, dated only Friday March 6 was dictated to his nepew E[dmund] Eitel01ocn247223462mixParker, Benjamin SBenjamin S. Parker papersHistoryPoetryRecords and correspondenceFri Mar 21 15:25:09 EDT 2014batch15696