Ade, George, 1866-1944
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder: S1942
Scope and Contents This collection contains autographs of Indiana authors and government employees. Signatures include James E. Watson, Homer Caprehart, E.A. Richardson, George Ade, Ernst Heberlein, Jane D. Shackelford, Clara Ingram Judson, etc.Item Listing:27 Dec. 1930 Simeon D. Fees29 Dec. 1930 James E. Watson29 Dec. 1930 Albert H. Vestal29 Dec. 1930 Will R. Wood29 Aug. 1933 R. H. Sullivan31 Aug. 1933 A. R. Robinson...
Scope and Contents The collection includes letters to Kling, principally from the period 1900-1935, from writers, poets, illustrators, and musicians responding to her letters about their work, and to her requests for examples of their bookplates; correspondence regarding her collection of bookplates, particularly with other bookplate collectors; and her bookplate collection.Correspondence included:Louis Adamic, George Ade, Ambrose Bierce, Samuel Langhorne Clemens, Richard Harding Davis,...
Collection — Folder: S3086
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials related to the life and work of George Ade ranging from 1928 to 1944, such as his correspondence with Esther McNitt, Cyril Clemens, Hazel B. Warren, John T. McCutcheon, C.A. Kiler, Ella McCray and Willis Lyman. This collection also contains several copies of handwritten manuscripts, such as "Bessie", "Regarding Pie”, and “The Fun of Handling Crowds”. There is also a copy of Ade’s will, a manuscript copy of a booklet designed by Ade for the Indiana...
Scope and Contents This collection includes personal and publicized writings, scrapbooks, clippings and photographs from Robert K. Kyle. It also contains correspondence from his time working as a newspaper editor at the Indianapolis Star and chair of the Department of Conservation for the State of Indiana.
Collection — Folder: S737
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed and signed letters from Robert Underwood Johnson in New York City, New York ranging from 1897 to 1931 regarding the literary business; a typed, signed letter from Albert H. Dotaw in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1924 regarding Robert Underwood Johnson's autobiography, and an autographed, unsigned poem, undated.
Scope and Contents The collection includes Hays' correspondence, speeches, scrapbooks, notebooks and photographs, principally from the period of 1914-1954. His political papers include correspondence and other papers regarding his work as Indiana and National Republican Party Chairman; his work with the State Council of Defense during World War I; his efforts to unite the liberal and conservative wings of the Republican Party for the 1920 election, including his correspondence with Theodore Roosevelt on the...