Bangs, John Kendrick, 1862-1922
John Kendrick Bangs (1862-1922), American author and editor
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
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.
ALS accepting Van Santvoord's "Excess of Poetry" for publication and asking him to submit book reviews.
Three ALS, possibly to James B. Pond, about the sale of Bangs's library.
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."
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.
AMS poem written on an album leaf, humorous lines written, apparently, for a friend of Irving Bacheller.
- Archival Object 24
- Collection 2
- Editors 2
- 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
- Lectures and lecturing 1 ∧ less