Van Dyke, Henry, 1852-1933
Henry Van Dyke (1852-1933), American author, educator, and clergyman.
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Letter : 14 East 37th Street, The Brick Church Manse, New York, to [Charles Dudley] Warner, 1896 Nov 11
ALS thanking Warner for his praise of van Dyke's writing, and telling him that to be known as his friend means more to him than a degree from Princeton.
Accompanied by cardstock folder inscribed "For Father on his Birthday with love from Gertrude George. Frances."
TLS, on personal letterhead, to "My dear colleague" acknowledging his colleague's work in Albania and a conflict between Dreiser and Lewis.
Letter : Avalon, Princeton, N. J., to C. T. Brady, The Hemlocks, 22 Edgecliff Terrace, Park Hill, Yonkers, N. Y., 1919 Dec 19
ALS concerning a speaking invitation.
Letter : Avalon, Princeton, N. J., to George L. Nichols, Masten and Nichols, 49 Wall St., New York, 1906 May 12
TLS concerning a will.
Letter : Avalon, Princeton, N. J., to John Davison, High School Building, Lima, Ohio, 1906 September 21
TLS, on personal letterhead, declining an invitation to an unspecified event.
Letter : Avalon, Princeton, N. J., to John S. Mayfield, Box 3191, U. St. Station, Washington, D. C., 1927 April 26
TLS on personal letterhead, with envelope, commenting on the poetry of Felicia Hemans.
Letter : Avalon, Princeton, N. J., to Joseph H. Maconnahey, Northwood School, Lake Placid Club, N. Y., 1931 Nov 17
TLS acknowledging a letter and refusing to name his favorite piece of his work, instead naming several of his poems, including "God of the Open Air," "Work," "Love," and "Life." Accompanied by a printed broadside of the poem "Joy and duty," signed by Van Dyke.
ALS apologizing for a delay in writing to praise Norcross's poetry.
Letter : Avalon, Princeton, New Jersey, to Thomas W. Hotchkiss, 289 Fourth Ave., New York, 1907 Jun 15
TLS granting permission to use some images, and directing Hotchkiss to the Ladies' Home Journal for the negatives.
ALS, marked "Dict.," concerning the rescheduling of a seminar and another literary project.
Letter : Department of English, Princeton University, to James C. Young, 1600 Second Ave. South, Minneapolis, Minn., 1901 Jun 21
ALS thanking Young for a book and declining an invitation due to previous commitments.
LS thanking Cathcart for stamps and a book offer.
ALS acknowledging receipt of a letter. With clippings.
ALS expressing thanks for a 60th birthday greeting.
TLS replying to a query about which of his poems he likes best.
Letter : S. S. Nieue Amsterdam, to Charles W. McAlpin, The Renaissance, 6 West 43rd Street, New York City, U. S. of America, 1914 Dec 20
ALS, with envelope, thanking McAlpin for a gift of cigars and anticipating his arrival in Rotterdam.
Letter : The Brick Church Manse, 14 East 37th Street, New York City, to Gertrude Whiting, 898 Broadway, New York, 1899 Oct 9
TLS declining Whiting's suggestion that he write a book on an unnamed subject. Accompanied by manuscript biographical note about van Dyke.
ALS on letterhead of Boston Athletic Association, Exeter Street.