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Fri Mar 21 17:10:30 2014 UTClccn-no920188390.00Southwest writers series, 12-220.571.00Translating the other : the life and work of Alice Corbin Henderson in Santa Fe (1916-1949) /32082442Alice_Corbin_Hendersonno 920188393221072Corbin, AliceCorbin, Alice, 1881-1949Henderson, Alice CorbinHenderson, William, MrsHenderson, William, Mrs., 1881-1949lccn-n50003790Monroe, Harriet1860-1936edtlccn-n2009054023Rouben Mamoulian Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n85302627Hermanos Penitenteslccn-n78097014Pound, Ezra1885-1972lccn-n80139375Nadel, Ira Bruceedtlccn-n50012396Pearce, T. M.(Thomas Matthews)1902-lccn-n84011887Thorp, N. Howard(Nathan Howard)1867-1940comlccn-n86860683Henderson, William Penhallow1877-1943lccn-n84088261Rudnick, Lois Palken1944-lccn-no2001026169Zieselman, EllenHenderson, Alice Corbin1881-1949PoetryRecords and correspondenceMusic‡vTextsMusicFolkloreJuvenile worksFictionCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryAmerican poetryEnglish poetryNew MexicoHenderson, Alice Corbin,Ballads, EnglishCowboysUnited States, WestUnited StatesEditorsPoets, AmericanSouthwest, NewCorrespondence (Pound, Ezra)Women and literatureLiteratureAmerican literatureFrontier and pioneer lifeRanch lifeSongs, EnglishHermanos PenitentesHispanic American CatholicsPoetry of placesPoetry--Women authorsIndians of North AmericaLindsay, Vachel,PoetryIndian paintingMysteries and miracle-playsChildren's songsNew Mexico--TaosFairy talesArtsNursery rhymesLuhan, Mabel Dodge,ArtistsNew Mexico--Santa FeAustin, Mary Hunter,AuthorsMagicStepsistersNational characteristics, American, in literatureThree lives (Stein, Gertrude)Conduct of lifeGirls--Conduct of lifePrincesStepmothersCowboys--Songs and musicPoetsParksWaters, Frank,Johns, Barbara18811949189819041909191119121914191519171918191919201921192319241925192619271928193019311932193319341935193619371940194319451946194719481949196219691975197719791981198519881993199419981999200120022003200720102013390876173821.08PR1225ocn000644951ocn760469533ocn586833407ocn571895552ocn586290554ocn654679708ocn463063882ocn466407161ocn842992767ocn842992764ocn842992774ocn073573854ocn185675691141027ocn001151140book19230.47Monroe, HarrietThe new poetry; an anthology of twentieth-century verse in EnglishFor other editions, see Author Catalog55524ocn000351858book19170.56Monroe, HarrietThe new poetry; an anthologyFrom one of the most influential publishers of the early twentieth century, this anthology of 424 poems by 101 authors both represents the form's contemporary renaissance and stands the test of time34712ocn003058634book19370.56Henderson, Alice CorbinBrothers of light; the Penitentes of the SouthwestLocated in Southwest Collection, and in Circulation2986ocn027339270book19930.79Pound, EzraThe letters of Ezra Pound to Alice Corbin HendersonRecords and correspondence+-+69866274753241955ocn000644951book19280.56Henderson, Alice CorbinThe turquoise trail; an anthology of New Mexico poetry1566ocn002689828book19200.81Henderson, Alice CorbinRed earth; poems of New MexicoPoetry+-+32895090663241501ocn000558567book19210.47Thorp, N. HowardSongs of the cowboysCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryMusicMusic Texts1072ocn052925715book20030.53Henderson, Alice CorbinRed earth : poems of New MexicoPoetryA collection of verse by Chicago modernist poet Alice Corbin, written after she moved to Santa Fe for health reasons, celebrates New Mexico's native peoples, customs and landscape. This edition is illustrated with works of art from Santa Fe's Museum of Fine Arts collection+-+7509865435811ocn004385659book19150.90Catholic anthology 1914-1915613ocn001987495book19330.81Henderson, Alice CorbinThe sun turns westPoetry572ocn039330961book19980.25Henderson, Alice CorbinBrothers of light : the Penitentes of the Southwest+-+2870786336483ocn001248372book19150.70Washburne, Marion FosterIndian legendsFolklore384ocn008042605book19120.96Henderson, Alice CorbinThe spinning woman of the sky; poems363ocn005056379book19090.17Henderson, Alice CorbinAdam's dream, and two other miracle plays for children281ocn017684663book19310.97Henderson, Alice CorbinModern Indian painting201ocn003096904book19490.93Bynner, WitterAlice Corbin : an appreciationHistoryLocated in Southwest Collection121ocn005118378score19350.92Morley, MaryA child's bouquet : fifteen songs for children113ocn665156941com19180.56Monroe, HarrietThe new poetry an anthology. Edited by Harriet Monroe and Alice Corbin Henderson112ocn008231061book19110.63Andersen, H. CAndersen's best fairy tales92ocn033049345book19140.06Perrault, CharlesCinderella, or, The little glass slipperJuvenile worksFiction2013ocn000012968book19690.73Pearce, T. MAlice Corbin HendersonCriticism, interpretation, etc61ocn009225685book19770.93Reeve, Kay AikenThe making of an American place : the development of Santa Fe and Taos, New Mexico, as an American cultural center, 1898-1942History21ocn031202334book19941.00Sinutko, Natasha MarieTranslating the other : the life and work of Alice Corbin Henderson in Santa Fe (1916-1949)Criticism, interpretation, etc22ocn050878467com20011.00Sinutko, Natasha MariePassing on the melting pot : resistance to Americanization in the work of Gertrude Stein, Alice Corbin Henderson and William Carlos WilliamsCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn760893121art19790.10Henderson, Alice Corbin 68Periodicals11ocn122566279mix0.47Carnochan, Brigitte HoyCorrespondence, original works by Lewis, original works about Lewis, publications, newsclippings, photographs, audio cassettes, one 8 mm film, and 3 videos11ocn028209599mix0.47Moody, Harriet Converse TildenPapersThe collection is chiefly Moody's outgoing personal letters (1906, 1914-1932). Some of the letters are in Moody's handwriting, but most have been transcribed by Edith S. Kellogg and contain Kellogg's handwritten notes. Correpondents include Vachel Lindsay, Robert Frost, Edwin Arlington Robinson, Alice Corbin Henderson, Rabindranath Tagore, Ananda Kentish, Coomaraswamy, Percy MacKaye, Padriac Colum, and Thomas Wood Stevens. There are also pages in Moody's handwriting of a 1909 diary, along with transcriptions of the diary by Kellogg11ocn019254858book19881.00Blend, BenayWomen writers and the desert : Mary Austin, Ina Sizer Cassidy, and Alice Corbin11ocn855951525book19490.93Bynner, WitterAlice Corbin : an appreciationHistoryLocated in Southwest Collection11ocn457173993art19350.10Corbin, Alice (Mrs. William P. Henderson)Biography11ocn186968918book20071.00Daly, Rebecca CAlice Corbin Henderson : locating modernism in regional poetryCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn041023362book19980.47Jones, Leslie AnneUncovering the rest of herstory in the frontier myth : Mary Austin, Mabel Dodge Luhan, and Alice Corbin Henderson's search for revolutionary change in the desert southwestCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn497949109bookSouthwest writers series, 12-22Biography11ocn053902674art1999Henderson, Alice Corbin11ocn051392994visu1.00Chauvenet, BeatriceBeatrice Chauvenet photograph collectionThis collection contains 15 photographic prints from the personal files of Beatrice Chauvenet. There are two photos of a presentation ceremony in which John Gaw Meem presented the deed to the Santuario de Chimayo to Archibishop Daeger. Other persons present incude Paul A.F. Walter, Dr. Francis I. Proctor, E. Dana Johnson, Gustave Baumann, Daniel T. Kelly, Charles Fahy, Frank Applegate, Victor Ortega, Fr. Bernard Espelage, Fr. Salvatore Gene, Mrs. Robinson (Mera), Alice Corbin Henderson, Mary Austin, and JoseĢ Chavez. There is also a photo of Dr. Mera with Cassius McCormick and Reese Fullerton. The collection also includes a number of photos of the Sunmount Sanatorium, as well as interior scenes from the Church at Las Trampas (photo by T. Harmon Parkhurst) and the Cristo Rey Church (photo by Tyler Dingee). There is also one old scene (1905) of a street in Acoma11ocn028429231visu1.00Buehrmann, ElizabethPhotographic portraits of artists, writers, musicians, arts administrators and patrons of the arts, ca. 1904-1917, and photographic illustrations and accompanying tearsheets for magazine and newspaper advertisements, ca. 1917-1921Interior and exterior portraits of artists, writers, musicians, poets, arts patron and arts administrators and their families taken in Chicago, New York, New Jersey and Paris, France, ca. 1904-1917. Other prints consist of copy photographs and original photographs, ca. 1917-1921, some with accompanying tearsheets, of illustrations of various products for advertisements in magazines and newspapers. Tearsheets include advertisements from The Saturday Evening Post, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Cosmopolitan, and Ladies Home Journal, among others. Most of the original advertising photographs with tearsheets are assembled in a contemporaneous scrapbook01ocn427252679visu1920Jones Studio (Boulder, Colo.)Marian and Alice Corbin01ocn427366961visu1937Alice CorbinView of a girl in front of a porch and on rings01ocn122452159mixCrow, Martha FooteArchivesWritings include background information, typescript manuscripts, publicity and production material as well as reviews of various of Martha Foote Crow's books, including Christ in the Poetry of Today, Elizabethan Sonnet Cycles, and Lafayette. Also included are the typescript mansucripts for a number of Crow's essays, which range in subject from poetry to education and women's issues. The bulk of the writings are Crow's lecture notes, which have been arranged by topic and include Bible history, Robert Browning, chirography, drama, George Meredith, and the character of the 19th century+-+6986627475324+-+6986627475324Fri Mar 21 15:30:58 EDT 2014batch22002