University of Virginia Library

Search this document 


expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
collapse section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 
expand section 

expand section 

B. United States

  • BERGMANN, FRANK, A Note on Two Nineteenth-Century German Editions of Theodore Winthrop's John Brent , BNYPL , 72:656-58.[3049]
  • BLANCK, JACOB, Two Revisions in the Bibliography of Joseph Holt Ingraham, Yale Univ. Libr. Gaz . 42:158-60.[3050]
  • BOWDEN, E. T., The Thurber Carnival: Bibliography and Printing History, Texas Studies in Lit. & Lang. , 9:555-66.[3051]
  • BOWERS, FREDSON, Crane's Red Badge of Courage and Other ‘Advance Copies,’ SB , 22:273-77.[3052]
  • BOWERS, FREDSON, ed., The University of Virginia Edition of the Works of Stephen Crane , Univ. Press of Virginia, 1968, and following.(Vol. I: Bowery Tales: Maggie and George's Mother.)[3053]
  • BRODERICK, J. C., Not Quite Poetry: Analysis of a Robert Frost Manuscript [of “Not Quite Social”], Manuscripts , 20:28-31.[3054]
  • BRUCCOLI, M. J., and KATZ, JOSEPH, Scholarship and Mere Artifacts: The British and Empire Publications of Stephen Crane, SB , 22:277-87.[3055]
  • BUGBEE, B. W., Genesis of American Patent and Copyright Law , Washington, Public Affaris Press, 1967. vii, 208 p.[3056]
  • CARY, RICHARD, Some Bibliographic Ghosts of Sarah Orne Jewett, Colby Libr. Quart. , 8:139-45.[3057]
  • CHAMBERS, LENOIR, SHANK, J. E., and SUGG, HAROLD, Salt Water and Printer's Ink: Norfolk and Its Newspapers, 1865-1965 , Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1967. viii, 418 p.[3058]
  • CHARVAT, WILLIAM, The Profession of Authorship in America, 1800-1870 , Columbus, Ohio State Univ. Press, 1968. 327 p.[3059]
  • CUMMING, JOHN, Pokagon's Birch Bark Books, Amer. Book Collector , 18:8:14-17.[3060]
  • DAVIS, O. L., Jr., Found: A “Lost” Confederate Schoolbook, Serif , 5:2:29-30.(H. Apel's Prose Specimens for Translation into German, London, Trübner and Co., 1862.)[3061]
  • de BRUYN, BERNARD, Not in Semmes IV [Robert Barclay, Agricultural Tour in the United States, London, 1842], Maryland Historical Mag. , 63:188-89.[3062]
  • DeKAY, DRAKE, Encyclopedia Americana , First Edition, Jour. Libr. Hist., 3:201-220.[3063]
  • DOYNO, V. A., Over Twain's Shoulder: The Composition and Structure of Huckleberry Finn , Modern Fiction Studies , 14:3-9.[3064]
  • ENSOR, ALLISON, The Contributions of Charles Webster and Albert Bigelow Paine to Huckleberry Finn , AL , 40:222-27.[3065]

  • 272

    Page 272
  • FONE, B. R. S., A Note on the Jones Very Editions, Amer. N & Q , 6:67-69, 88-89.[3066]
  • GAINES, P. W., William Cobbett's Account Book, Proc. Amer. Antiquarian Soc. , 78:299-309.(As bookseller in Philadelphia and New York, June, 1796 to June, 1800.)[3067]
  • GALLUP, DONALD, The “Lost” Manuscripts of T. S. Eliot, BNYPL , 72: 641-52.(A reprinting, with slight revision, of his essay with the same title in the TLS, November 7, 1968, pp. 1237-40.)[3068]
  • GARNER, STANTON, The Publishing History of Harold Frederic: A Correction, Books at Brown , 22:95-101.[3069]
  • GOLDEN, ARTHUR, ed., Walt Whitman's Blue Book. The 1860-61 Leaves of Grass Containing His Manuscript Additions and Revisions , New York Public Libr., 1968. 2 vols.[3070]
  • GORDON, DOUGLAS, Signed Maryland Bindings III [Walter Giles, 1847-1852], Maryland Historical Mag. , 63:311-13.[3071]
  • GRIER, E. F., Walt Whitman's Earliest Known Notebook, PMLA , 83:1453-56.[3072]
  • GUILDS, J. C., The “Lost” Number of the Southern Literary Gazette , SB , 22:266-73.[3073]
  • HARDING, WALTER, ed., The Variorum “Civil Disobedience ,” New York, Twayne, 1967. 91 p.[3074]
  • HIXSON, R. F., Isaac Collins: A Quaker Printer in 18th-Century America , New Brunswick, N. J., Rutgers Univ. Press, 1968. 241 p.[3075]
  • HOWARD, E. G., A Footnote to Sevententh-Century Maryland, Maryland Historical Mag. , 63:314-15.(A variant of Baer 191, H. Curson's A Compendium of the Laws and Government . . . of England . . . and Dominions, London, 1699.)[3076]
  • HOWARD, E. G., Signed Maryland Bindings I [Binding by Louis Bonsal, Baltimore, c. 1847], Maryland Historical Mag. , 62:438.[3077]
  • HOWARD, E. G., A Footnote to Sevententh-Century Maryland, II [Binding by F. M. Wills & Co., 1809-1810], Maryland Historical Mag. , 63:68-70.[3078]
  • HOWARD, E. G., A Footnote to Sevententh-Century Maryland, IV [Binding by Louis Bonsal], Maryland Historical Mag. , 63:313-14.[3079]
  • KATZ, JOSEPH, and MANNING, J. J., Notes on Frank Norris's Revisions of Two Novels. I. McTeague. II A Man's Woman , PBSA , 62:256-59.[3080]
  • KIME, W. R., Poe's Use of Irving's Astoria in “The Journal of Julius Rodman,” AL , 40:215-22.[3081]
  • KRAUSE, S. J., Olivia Clemens's “Editing” Reviewed, AL , 39(1967-68):325-51.[3082]
  • McCLARY, B. H., Addressed to Albemarle Street: The Letters of Washington Irving to the House of Murray, 1817-1856 , Doctoral dissertation, Univ. of Sussex, 1966.(Bibl. in Britain 5 (1966): No. 331.)[3083]
  • McCLARY, B. H., Irving's Literary Midwifery: Five Unpublished Letters from British Repositories [To William Godwin, Thomas Moore, John Gibson Lockhart, Robert Southey, and to a niece], PQ , 46 (1967):277-83.[3084]
  • MANN, DAVID, and WOODS, S. H., Jr., John Crowe Ransom's Poetic Revisions, PMLA , 83:15-21.[3085]
  • MAXSON, J. W., Jr., Papermaking in America: From Art to Industry, 1690-1860, Quart Jour. Libr. of Congress , 25:116-29.[3086]
  • MILLER, HENRY, Collector's Quest: The Correspondence of Henry Miller and J. Rives Childs, 1947-1965 , Charlottesville, Pub. for Randolph-Macon College by the Univ. Press of Virginia, 1968. xv, 216 p.[3087]
  • MUSSEY, BARROWS, Book Town: A Historical Sketch of Publishing and Printing in Brattleboro, Vermont History , 36:173-85.[3088]
  • PILKINGTON, J. P., The Methodist Publishing House: A History , Nashville, Abingdon, 1968.(Vol. I of two volumes, beginnings to 1870. 585 p.)[3089]
  • POLLIN, B. R., Poe as Probable Author of “Harper's Ferry” [Graham's, 20:73], AL , 40:164-78.[3090]
  • RAY, G. N., In Memoriam: John D. Gordan, PBSA , 62:175-76.[3091]

  • 273

    Page 273
  • RAYWARD, W. B., Manufacture and Copyright: Past History Remaking, Jour. of Library Hist. , 3:7-31.(The United States and international copyright.)[3092]
  • ROLLINS, C. P., Theodore Low De-Vinne , New York, The Typophiles, 1968. 2 vols. 280 p.(Chap Books XLVII and XLVIII.)[3093]
  • RUSSELL, JACK, Israel Potter and “Song of Myself,” AL , 40:72-77.[3094]
  • SIMMONS, D. C., Eugene Field's “Little Willie”: An Excursion in Bibliopaedoenurosis, Amer. Book Collector , 18:10:35-38.[3095]
  • STEVENS, A. J., The Editions of Montaigne Read by Melville, PBSA , 62:130-34.[3096]
  • STICKLE, W. E., State and Press in New Jersey during the American Revolution, I, New Jersey History , 86:158-70.[3097]
  • TANSELLE, G. T., Copyright Records and the Bibliographer, SB , 22:77-124.[3098]
  • TANSELLE, G. T., Millay's Renascence and Second April: A Bibliographical Study, Library , 5th ser., 19 (for 1964):175-86.[3099]
  • TANSELLE, G. T., Royal Tyler, Judith Sargent Murry, and The Medium , NEQ , 41:115-17.(The Medium is by Mr. Murray; corrects C2511 on this point.)[3100]
  • TANSELLE, G. T., The Text of Stevens's “Le Monocle de Mon Oncle,” Library , 5th ser., 19 (for 1964):246-48.[3101]
  • TURFTE, V. J., Gertrude Stein's Prothalamium: A Unique Poem in a Classical Mode, Yale Univ. Libr. Gaz. , 43:17-23.[3102]
  • VALGEMAE, MARDI, Eugene O'Neill's Preface to The Great God Brown , Yale Univ. Libr. Gaz. , 43:24-28.[3103]
  • WHITE, WILLIAM, “Old Age Echoes” Proof Sheet, Walt Whitman Rev. , 14:180.[3104]
  • WHITE, WILLIAM, Thomas B. Mosher and A Shropshire Lad , Serif , 5:2:30-33.[3105]
  • WHITE, WILLIAM, Variants of R. M. Bucke's Walt Whitman , Serif , 5:4:25-29.[3106]
  • WHITE, WILLIAM, The Very Earliest Whitman, Amer. Book Collector , 19:2:6.(A paragraph in The Long Islander of 1838.)[3107]