WorldCat Identities

Malone, John -1906

Overview
Works: 51 works in 70 publications in 1 language and 318 library holdings
Genres: Bibliography  Bibliographies  Manuscripts  Theater programs  Archives  Records and correspondence  Criticism, interpretation, etc 
Roles: Editor, Author, Actor
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by John Malone
Early American plays, 1714-1830; being a compilation of the titles of plays by American authors published and performed in America previous to 1830 by Oscar Wegelin( Book )

15 editions published between 1900 and 1970 in English and held by 256 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Autograph letter signed from Sara King Wiley, East Orange, to John Malone by Sara King Wiley( )

1 edition published in 1893 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letter addressed "My dear Mr. Malone." Wiley indicates that she is looking forward to hearing more of Malone's "charming lectures on Shakespeare" and his outdoor representation of As you like it. Also mentions their meeting at the Player's club the previous year and her distress over Edwin Booth's illness
Charles Warren Stoddard letter to John Malone by Charles Warren Stoddard( )

1 edition published in 1891 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Personal letter from Charles Warren Stoddard to John Malone (autograph letter signed) including discussion of Harry Edwards, a comedian, entomologist, and member of the Bohemian Club of San Francisco
Autograph letter signed from Francis Neilson, Union Square Theatre, to John Malone by Francis Neilson( )

1 edition published in 1891 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Hope that Malone will not think that Neilson persumes on his generosity in putting him to further trouble regarding the exclusion of his card. Neilson hopes to chat with Malone again
C.W. Stoddard letter to Dear John by Charles Warren Stoddard( )

1 edition published in 1887 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Stoddard writes to John Malone, 9 Oct. 1884, inviting him to visit
Autograph letters signed and initialled from Horace Howard Furness, Wallingford and Philadelphia, to various recipients by Horace Howard Furness( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Most of the letters discuss his work on the Variorum Edition of Shakespeare's plays. (9) to Clarke expresses his belief in the dramatic superiority of the first quarto of Hamlet, as shown by [Eduard and Otto] Devrient's alteration of their acting copy. (13) to Conway discusses the theory of Anne Hathaway's second marriage to Richard James. (25) to Edwards praises Horne's interpretation of Shylock. (39) to Fleay reveals that he has lost faith in Halliwell as a scholar. (48) requests Harper & Bros. to convey thanks to Mary Silsby for her gift and encloses the letter from Harper & Bros. to her, April 4, 1892. (55) is accompanied by a photograph of Furness and his great grandson. (67) mentions Thackeray. (122, 144) state that he is grieved by Norris' attack on Furnivall. (233) to Dr. Platt discusses their interpretations of Shakespeare's characters and is accompanied by Platt's letter to Furness commenting on Furness' paper in the Harvard Graduate's Magazine, September 1908. (241) to Symons praises Walter Landor's poetry. (243) to Thorton, discusses Theobald's belief that certain of Sir Toby's lines in Twelfth Night were written to ridicule Edward Coke. (258) refers to Edwin Booth. (272) discusses Emerson. Several refer to Collier (especially 82, 114, 159-60, 193, 198-199); (32, 39 and 77) reveal his belief in Collier's honesty. Some mention Walt Whitman (e.g. 19-22, 45, 272 and 274). Some letters undated
Signed engagement contract between Lillie Langtry and John Malone by Lillie Langtry( )

1 edition published in 1889 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Contract agreement between Malone and Langtry for Malone's part in an unnamed production occurring during the following ten weeks
Autograph letter signed from Charles Converse, New York, to John Malone by Charles C Converse( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Converse asks for John's forgiveness for his rudeness which was caused by an accident that left him bedridden
Autograph letter signed from Vernetta E. Coleman to John Malone by Vernetta E Coleman( )

1 edition published in 1893 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Written by the secretary of Mr. and Mrs. Stedman, explaining that they will not be able to attend Malone's Shakespeare lecture on Wednesday
Typed letters signed from Wesley Sisson, New York, to John Malone, New York and San Francisco by Wesley Sisson( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

(1) and (2) are regarding the Salvini engagement, probably referring to Tommaso or Alexander Salvini; (3) refers to sending the part of Flavian in The gladiator
Autograph letter signed from William Bingham, 12 Eighteenth Street, West, to John Malone by Wm Bingham( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Autograph letter signed from Evert Jansen Wendell to John Malone by Evert Jansen Wendell( )

1 edition published in 1893 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Wendell encloses [no longer with item] checks in payment for a performance, which he could not attend
Charles Warren Stoddard autograph album by Charles Warren Stoddard( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection consists of an autograph album containing handwritten notes, letters, poems, and drawings by approximately 200 friends and acquaintances of American author Charles Warren Stoddard, including leading American literary figures, journalists, poets, critics, politicians, and actors of the late 19th century. Among the many notable contributors are Samuel Clemens, Bret Harte, and Joaquin Miller. The earliest item in the book is an 1863 dedication by Thomas Starr King, and continues with contributions primarily from members of San Francisco literary society beginning in the mid-to-late 1860s through the late 1890s, as well as from friends in other locales where Stoddard lived or traveled including Louisville, Kentucky; Washington, D.C.; Massachusetts; New York; and Hawaii. A letter from L.C. Bayles (page 23) introduces lines of verse with the note "in accordance with your request," reflecting Stoddard's curation of the album as a compendium of verse and personal sentiments tailored towards friendships and literary musings. The volume includes two photographs of groups of men and women, captioned, "Riverdale, N.Y., July 4th 1890" (page 116). There are manuscript poems and lines of verse, often penned specifically for Stoddard, from literary friends including Isaac Hull Adams; Daniel Dulany Addison; Benjamin Parke Avery; William Barry; Fred Buel; James F. Bowman; George Burrows; Carrie Carlton; Bliss Carman; Pierre Cauwet; Robert W. Chambers; Sarah M. Clarke; Ada Clare; Katherine E. Conway; Ina D. Coolbrith; R. M. Daggett; Madeleine Vinton Dahlgren; Malcolm Douglas; Theodore F. Dwight; Eugene Field; Hamlin Garland; Grace Greenwood; Bret Harte; Jerome Hart; John Hay; Charles Hinton; Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.; William Dean Howells; Daniel E. Hudson; Thomas A. Janvier; Tremenheere Johns; Ralph Keeler; George Kennan; Orpheus C. Kerr; Alice Kingsbury (Cooley); Rudyard Kipling; Emilie Lawson; James Linen; Fitz Hugh Ludlow; Adah Isaacs Menken; John Malone; Joaquin Miller; Morton Mitchell and Laddie Mitchell; James Whitcomb Riley; James Jeffrey Roche; Edgar Saltus; Richard Henry Savage; Emma D.E.N. Southworth; Frank Soulé; Bella Z. Spencer; Horatio Stebbins; Maria Longworth Storer (with sketches); J. D. Strong; M.D. Strong; H. A. Stuart; T. R. Sullivan; Bayard Taylor; Charles Wadsworth; Charles Henry Webb; May Wentworth; George Edward Woodberry; and R. C. Wyllie. Prose and letters from L. C. Bayles; Frederick Billings; Ezra S. Carr and his wife, Jeanne C. Smith Carr; Samuel Clemens; Laura Cuppy; G. B. Densmore; Annie Fields; Archibald C. Gunter; Francis King Harte; Louise E. Holden; Jules Luquiens; C. T. H. Palmer; Theodore Roosevelt; Anna Josephin Savage; Rodney L. Tabor; Charles A. Wetmore; Virgil M. Williams; and Thérèse Yelverton. Drawings include ones by Reginald B. Birch; John S. Bugbee; Arthur Lemon; G. Thomas; and Theodore Wores. There are also brief notes and/or signatures of individuals including Charles Francis Adams; Henry Adams; Frances Hodgson Burnett; Ada, Dyas; Louise Imogen Guiney; Iza Duffus Hardy; Clarence King; Francis D. Millet; Thomas Nelson Page; Theodore Roosevelt; Charles Dudley Warner; and Lydia Woodworth. The contents are handwritten on blank pages in an "Album" published by Leavitt & Allen, consisting of 241 pages including an engraved title page and frontispiece and [8] other engraved plates with illustrations by Creswick, W. H. Bartlett, W. Tombleson; J. Smillie and T. Addison Richards; engravings by J. Sartain; J. Bannister; Rawdon, Wright, Hatch & Smillie; J. White; and C. T. Giles. Edges gilt
Autograph letter signed from B. Smith to John Malone by B Smith( )

1 edition published in 1895 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Has heard that Malone will be with them that evening. Suggests that he had best take up Angelo in Measure for Measure, Jaques and Macduff, Burleigh in Mary Stuart and the part in Magda
Autograph letter signed from Charles Converse, New York, to John Malone by Charles C Converse( )

1 edition published in 1895 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Typed letter signed from James Young, Baltimore, to John Malone by James Young( )

1 edition published in 1893 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Young hopes to secure Malone's services, following Carl Ahrendt's recommendation. On letterhead reading "James Young, tragedian" with a list of Young's repertoire, including several Shakespeare plays: Hamlet, Richard III, Merchant of Venice, and Taming of the shrew
Autograph letter signed from J.T. Macauly, Albany, to John Malone, New York by J. T Macauly( )

1 edition published in 1895 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Speaks of a trip to Lake George where he met Mr. Sullivan and was entertained by the family of General Banks. Laments the fact that Malone will not be producing Fair Rosamond at Bluff Point. Also mentions Hackett's bicycle accident and going to the races in Saratoga
Autograph letter signed from [W.?] Coleman, Paris, to John Malone by W Coleman( )

1 edition published in 1891 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

It is impossible for him to respond materially to the intention of Malone's letter. He hopes that the day is not too far distant when his affairs will again be comfortable and then he would be only too glad to help. This is a response to Y.c.5443
Autograph letter signed from Wallace to John Malone by Wallace( )

1 edition published in 1893 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Regarding payment for two tickets
 
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Alternative Names
Malone, John d. 1906

Languages
English (47)