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Fri Mar 21 17:10:22 2014 UTClccn-no981138290.00Preface0.621.00Harrison Smith letter to W.L. Werner,304460307no 981138294832238Werner, W. L. (William Louser), 1894-1965lccn-no2002009124Orians, George Harrison1899-1985lccn-nr94040573Williams, Mentor L.viaf-122280338Williams, Mentor Lee1901-lccn-n80036702Mencken, H. L.(Henry Louis)1880-1956viaf-283605024Rubin, Joseph Jayedtlccn-n50050674Pattee, Fred Lewis1863-1950nc-pennsylvania state universityPennsylvania State Universitynp-brown, charles hBrown, Charles H.edtlccn-n79081476Whitman, Walt1819-1892lccn-n90648410Dye, William S.Werner, William Louser1894-1965Criticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondenceBibliographyHistoryAnecdotesArchivesSourcesTrials, litigation, etcFictionManuscriptsAmerican literatureAuthors, AmericanWerner, William Louser,Pennsylvania German dialectPennsylvania DutchUnited StatesPennsylvania State UniversityMencken, H. L.--(Henry Louis),Dye, William SUniversities and colleges--FacultyPennsylvaniaPattee, Fred Lewis,Roethke, Theodore,English teachersMercutio (Fictitious character)Pennsylvania--WilliamsportQuinn, Arthur Hobson,Poets, AmericanModern Language Association of AmericaCanby, Henry Seidel,American Civil War (1861-1865)Farrell, James T.--(James Thomas),Dunbar, William,Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare, William)Bradford, Gamaliel,GermanyZoller, Edwin W.,Books and readingShakespeare, William,World War (1914-1918)Ulysses (Joyce, James)Song of myself (Whitman, Walt)MacRae, Wendell,Phi Kappa PhiPeriodical editorsRefugeesSpainCamus, Albert,Red badge of courage (Crane, Stephen)Pennsylvania--University ParkAcacia FraternityEducation, HigherMale authors, AmericanHolly, James FStockton, Frank Richard,Historical Society of PennsylvaniaCivil War (Spain : 1936-1939)Sinclair, Upton,Loyalty oathsStudents189419651917193119361938194019501951195319581972197519773592331810.9PS92ocn4589897743185ocn000733764book19400.59Orians, George HarrisonA short history of American literature, analyzed by decadesCriticism, interpretation, etcAnecdotes162ocn254877321book19400.90Orians, George HarrisonA short history of American literatureCriticism, interpretation, etc42ocn034428520book19380.97Werner, William LouserPennsylvania German, 1927-37Bibliography31ocn458989774book19500.47Whitman, WaltWalt Whitman of the New York Aurora... a collection of recently discovered writings11ocn082127391book1.00Werner, William LouserFrank Norris11ocn155895335mix19171.00Werner, William Louserwith Theodore Dreiser11ocn050209293mix1.00Mencken, H. LH.L. Mencken lettersRecords and correspondenceThe collection consists of seventeen letters and an article about Gamaliel Bradford. Included are letters to admirers, contributors, and acquaintances, several letters to W.L. Werner, and several letters to Mr. Glick. Topics include replies to requests for autographs, rejection or acceptance letters from American mercury and Smart set (as co-editor 1914-1923), and several letters discussing pre-World War II Germany. Also, a reprint of the article Spiritual autopsies, about Gamaliel Bradford11ocn081275215mix1.00Fisher, Mahlon LeonardMahlon Leonard Fisher letters to Dr. Werner and related materialsRecords and correspondenceThe collection consists of seven items: three typed letters to Dr. W.L. Werner, including: 29 April 1942, on The Lycoming hotel letterhead, forwarding an Elinor Wylie sonnet he had printed, with information about his periodical, The Sonnet, and his book collection, ravaged by flood; undated letter with envelope dated 20 Oct. 1944, giving directions to his new residence; 2 February 1947, discussing his books, asking if Werner's college library had copies of them, and regretting that due to his poverty he cannot send copies of his works; also, typed postal card to Werner, 23 Jan. 1947, describing his unsettled circumstances ("I have slept under a dozen roofs with no degree of permanence about any of them"); also, number seven volume two of The Sonnet, Nov.-Dec. 1919, edited by Fisher, with sonnets by Fisher and Robert Hillyer; The Golden Galleon anthology for 1924, as published by Arthur Fowler, poems culled from volume one of the quarterly magazine The Golden Galleon, with works by Fisher and others; The First Printing of a Wylie Sonnet, issued as a supplement to The Sonnet, published by Fisher in 1937, showcasing the Elinor Wylie sonnet Nadir, first written in 192112ocn661190755artWerner, William LouserPreface11ocn226845046book19530.47Werner, William LouserStephen Crane and "The red badge of courage"HistoryFiction11ocn368029586art19361.00Werner, William LouserWhitman's "The mystic trumpeter" : as autobiography11ocn040526427book19581.00Camus, AlbertAlbert Camus letter, Paris, to W.L. WernerHistoryRecords and correspondenceAlbert Camus appeals to Penn State professor Werner for assistance for refugees of the Spanish civil war11ocn048001609mix1.00Nichols, Edward JEdward J. Nichols papersArchivesRecords and correspondenceThe papers consist of typescripts, proofs, and galleys for several of Nichols's books, and correspondence. The correspondence includes 5 letters of H.L. Mencken (1943), who wrote concerning Nichols's Ph. D. thesis on baseball terminology, and 9 letters (1939-1959) of Theodore Roethke, who discusses his own writing and teaching as well as other matters. Other correspondents include H.S. Canby, J.T. Farrell, F.L. Pattee, Beatrice Roethke, D. Waggoner, and W.L. Werner. There is also substantial correspondence with Nichols's publishers, Doubleday and Company12ocn040003715mix1.00Holly, James FJames F. Holly letters receivedThe collection contains handmade Christmas cards from artist and Penn State professor of art Edwin W. Zoller and personal news; personal news and a Christmas card from Curt William Hull; and letters from Penn State English literature professor William L. Werner concerning Holly's thesis, "Fred Lewis Pattee, a critical and biographical study" (1951) including a letter and questionnaire from Pattee11ocn316859812mix1.00Dye, William SWilliam S. Dye, Jr. papersHistoryArchivesSourcesPersonal narratives AmericanEducator and Author. Teacher of English and Shakespeare at the Pennsylvania State College from 1907-1944, and member of the Modern Language Association of America, the Pennsylvania Historical Society, the English Society, The Shakespeare Association, Phi Kappa Phi and Acacia Fraternities. He served as National President of the Acacia Fraternity from 1922-1929 and was on the Board of Control of the Penn State Players Club from 1927-1938. The collection includes copies of Expository Writing, Father Penn, and Melodrama in England from 1800 to 1840; manuscripts of speeches and articles; minutes of the Board of Control of the Penn State Players; Pageant programs; programs; photographs; scrapbooks; and historical material on the Acacia Fraternity. Frequent correspondents include Fred L. Pattee, William L. Werner, Thomas Blaisdell, and J. E. Davis (American Expeditionary Forces in World War I)11ocn046917714mix1.00MacRae, WendellWendell MacRae loyalty oath caseTrials, litigation, etcThe file contains "A Report on the Pennsylvania Loyalty Act," by Clark Byse (reprint, University of Pennsylvania law review, Jan. 1953), letters of support to MacRae from William L. Werner, a transcript of the proceedings before the college's Loyalty Review Board, and newspaper clippings from the Centre daily times11ocn050163404mix1.00Stockton, Frank RichardFrank Richard Stockton letters and manuscriptRecords and correspondenceManuscriptsThe collection contains three letters from Stockton to: Mr. Black, 15 Oct. 1894, permitting use of an extract from a Stockton letter in Black's work; Mrs. W.W. Coolidge, 4 July, 1899, politely resisting a request to lecture before her Club; and Mr. Francis W. Halsey, 1 Sept. 1900, correcting an impression left by Halsey's recent review that Stockton's current story was set in present day, and was not fanciful11ocn243693357book19511.00Harrison, OliverHarrison Smith letter to W.L. WernerRecords and correspondenceSmith writes to Werner, 23 July 1951, thanking him for making some material available for Smith's planned publication of the letters of Sinclair Lewis, and commiserating about the vagaries of writing for the Saturday Review. On Saturday Review letterhead; includes original envelope01ocn082128967book1938Werner, William LouserPennsylvania German, 1927-1937Bibliography11ocn082337106book19721.00Hayes, Mary PatriciaThree studies in English : William Dunbar; Ulysses; H.L. MenckenCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondence11ocn318990140mix1.00Werner, William LouserWilliam L. Werner papersArchivesThis collection of the William L. Werner papers consists primarily of his column, "The Bookworm" in the Centre Daily Times of Centre County, Pennsylvania, and correspondence11ocn082517207book19751.00Riley, Frances AnneThree studies in English : Mercutio, friend to Romeo; Whitman's "Song of myself"; A Theodore Roethke letterRecords and correspondence11ocn070082127mix19311.00Quinn, Arthur HobsonArthur Hobson Quinn correspondence with W.S. DyeRecords and correspondenceThe collection contains three letters. Dye writes to Quinn, 13 June 1931, typescript carbon, about Professor [William Louser] Werner's study on Frank Stockton. Quinn replies to Dye, 20 June 1931, typescript, indicating he received a very cordial letter from Werner that will make it possible for his graduate student to continue his thesis if he desires to. In the third letter, Quinn writes to Dye, 11 Sept. 1931, typescript, asking Dye not to support the nomination of Upton Sinclair for the Nobel prize in literature. Both of Quinn's letters contain his signature and the letterhead for the University of PennsylvaniaFri Mar 21 16:07:26 EDT 2014batch16783