Bangs, John Kendrick, 1862-1922
John Kendrick Bangs (1862-1922), American author and editor
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Letter : Yonkers, N.Y., to Miss Stapleton, 1900 Jan 21
ALS answering a request for an autograph.
Accompanied by typescript copy of Bangs's poem, "To an Autograph Hunter," printed in Harper's Weekly, 1896 December 6.
Letter : Yonkers, N.Y., to Mr. Van Santvoord, 1899 May 19
ALS accepting Van Santvoord's "Excess of Poetry" for publication and asking him to submit book reviews.
Letters : New York, to "My dear Major", 1905-06
Three ALS, possibly to James B. Pond, about the sale of Bangs's library.
Letters : to Ellis D. Robb, Eldora, Iowa, 1905-23, n.d.
9 ALS and 2 TLS to Ellis D. Robb from Bangs, 1 ALS to Miss Robb from Bangs, and 1 TLS to Ellis D. Robb from Mary Gray Bangs, mostly concerning Bangs' lecture tours to the mid-west, but also touching on family news, vacations, and Bangs' work, including his "Salubrities" lectures and his opera "Tomorrowland."
Letters : to James H. Pond, 1888-1902
Thirteen ALS and two TLS to Pond, a lecture agent, regarding Bangs's lectures and those of others including Conan Doyle, James Whitcomb Riley, William Dean Howells, and Anthony Hope.
"The Oddest thing I ever knew", 1909 Dec 18
AMS poem written on an album leaf, humorous lines written, apparently, for a friend of Irving Bacheller.
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- Novelists 2
- American literature 1
- American periodicals 1
- American wit and humor 1
- Authors 1
- Authors, American -- 19th century -- Archives 1
- Cuba -- History 1
- Diaries 1
- Editors -- United States 1
- Fiction -- Authorship 1
- Historians 1
- Historians -- United States 1
- Historical fiction, American 1
- History -- Research 1
- Humorists 1
- Humorous poetry 1
- Incidental music -- Parts 1
- Lecturers 1
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