Thomas Wood Stevens papers, 1895-1984 (bulk 1897-1937)

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Thomas Wood Stevens papers, 1895-1984 (bulk 1897-1937)

MS 002


Collection Summary

Creator: Stevens, Thomas Wood, 1880-1942
Collection Name:Thomas Wood Stevens papers,
Inclusive Dates: 1895-1984 (bulk 1897-1937)
Physical Description:36 linear feet
Abstract:The collection contains biographical materials such as early notebooks of writings and sketches, articles about Stevens, and family photographs.
Collection Number:MS 002
Repository: University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections
University of Arizona
PO Box 210055
Tucson, AZ 85721-0055
Phone: 520-621-6423
Fax: 520-621-9733
URL: http://speccoll.library.arizona.edu/

Biographical Note

Thomas Wood Stevens was an artist, teacher, author, and theater director. He served has head of the Illustration Department at the Art Institute of Chicago from 1903-1911; he was cofounder of Blue Sky Press, 1899-1907; he served as head of the Drama Department at the Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1913-1925; then at the Kenneth Sawyer Goodman Memorial Theatre, 1925- 1930; he was the director of various university and community theaters, and of the Globe Theatre Shakespearean productions performed at several American expositions and centennials; finally he was in charge of the Drama Department at the University of Arizona from 1941-1942.


Scope and Content Note

The collection contains biographical materials such as early notebooks of writings and sketches, articles about Stevens, and family photographs. Manuscripts by Stevens include pageants, poems, plays, articles, stories, and an original draft and illustrations for his book, The Theatre from Athens to Broadway. Major correspondents are Kenneth Goodman, Samuel Hume, Alden Noble, Ben Payne, Frederick Goudy, and Bertha Jacques. Stevens' work as a theater director is represented by programs, clippings, scrapbooks, prompt books, Shakespearean texts, and photographs of performances; as well as blueprints of Goodman Memorial Theatre and Globe Theatre, Chicago. Included in the collection are Blue Sky Press publications, some written by Stevens; 65 other books by private presses; and seven little magazines. Original etchings by Stevens include a series on American universities.


Organization

This collection is organized into seven series:

Restrictions

Restrictions

None.

Copyright

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Arizona Board of Regents for the University of Arizona, its officers, employees, and agents from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of copyright.


Related Material

Scrapbooks received with the collection can be found in the University of Arizona Special Collections Theater Program Files


Access Terms

Personal Name(s)
Goodman, Kenneth Sawyer, 1883-1918 -- Correspondence
Goudy, Frederic W. (Frederic William), 1865-1947 -- Correspondence
Hume, Samuel J. (Samuel James), 1885-1948 -- Correspondence
Jacques, Bertha -- Correspondence
Noble, Alden Charles, b. 1880- -- Correspondence
Payne, Ben Iden, 1881-1976 -- Correspondence
Stevens, Thomas Wood, 1880-1942 -- Archives

Corporate Name(s)
Art Institute of Chicago. Kenneth Sawyer Goodman Memorial Theatre -- History -- Sources
Blue Sky Press
Carnegie Institute of Technology -- History -- Sources
Chicago Society of Etchers
Globe Theatre Productions -- History -- Sources

Subject(s)
College theater -- United States -- History
Etching, American
Little magazines -- United States -- Specimens
Pageants -- United States -- History -- Sources
Promptbooks -- Specimens
Small press books -- Specimens
Small presses -- United States
Theater -- United States -- History -- 20th century
Theaters -- Designs and plans
Theatrical producers and directors -- United States

Genre Form(s)
Correspondence
Etchings
Manuscripts
Photographs


Administrative Information

Credit Line

Thomas Wood Stevens papers(MS 002). Special Collections, University of Arizona Libraries.


Container List

Series I: Biographical Materials, 1895-1951
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1 Thomas Wood Stevens Calendar (Compiled by Mrs. Stevens). , 1840-1942
1 Personal Clippings (Scrapbook compiled by Special Collections). , 1902-1947
1 Educational Theater Journal. , December 1951
"Thomas Wood Stevens: A Memorial Issue." (2 copies).
1 Lorado Taft's Indian Statue "Black Hawk."
An account of the unveiling ceremonies at Eagles' Nest Bluff, Oregon, (Illustration), July 1, 1911. Limited edition of 50 copies; this is copy no. 11. Signed etching by Thomas Wood Stevens.
11-3 Miscellaneous personal material.
14 Wartime service and activities. , 1918
15 Periodicals containing references to Thomas Wood Stevens.
16 Dedication of the Thomas Wood Stevens Collection, University of Arizona. , 1950
17 Stevens Collection books elsewhere in the library.
Lists of gifts from friends and associates and volumes from the personal library of Thomas Wood Stevens.
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1a Diaries. , 1901, 1920-1921, 1923-1924, 1929 (summer), 1931, 1935
1a Miscellaneous sketches, drawings, etc., including six notebooks.
1a Miscellaneous commemorative medallions, tokens, foreign coins.
1a Thomas Wood Stevens' copy of a Text Book of Free Hand Drawing, by F. T. Daniels, Boston: D. C. Heath & Co. , 1895
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2 Album of personal photographs compiled by Mrs. Stevens.
Also includes an envelope of thirteen additional photographs taken in 1940.
2 The Index: Pittsburgh's Illustrated and Society Weekly. , May 18, 1918
Photo of Thomas Wood Stevens is on the cover; biographical sketch, page four, article on Joan of Arc Pageant, page nine.
2 Poster: "The Blue Sky," a montlhy magazine, price $0.20 (3 copies).
2 Poster: "University of Wisconsin." Two lectures by Thomas Wood Stevens: "The Making of a Pageant" and "The Pageant of the Italian Renaissance." , March 27, 1912 or 1913
2 The Summer Man: His Wanderings. Being lasting record of a stunt by Thomas Wood Stevens and Frank B. Rae, Jr.
2 Resolution adopted by the faculties of the University of Arizona on the death of Thomas Wood Stevens. , March 5, 1942
2 Music scores, words by Thomas Wood Stevens.
Gerald Tyler: "Rejoice, O Hills." (2 copies)
Haniel Long: "Missouri."
Olaf Andersen: "The Corn Chant." (2 copies)
Olaf Andersen: "Chorus of Pioneers."
2 L'Album Des Poilus de A. Barrere, souvenirs de guerre, Paris. , 1914-1919
Series II: Correspondence, 1899-1942
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31-2 Family. , 1913-1942
33-4 Cowley, Frederick Kitson. , 1912-1927
35 Dickinson, Thomas H. , 1913-1921
36 Emerson, Alfred and Edith. , 1913-1934
37 Flavin, Martin. , 1923-1940
38 Gage, Harry L. , 1909-1927
39-10 Goodman, Kenneth Sawyer. , 1910-1919
311 Green, Paul. , 1929-1930
312 Hume, Samuel J. , 1914-1941
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41 Kane, Whitford. , 1918-1940
42 Kich, Frederick H. , 1915-1940
43 Langdon, William Chauncy. , 1910-1920
44 Long, Haniel. , 1913-1938
45 Mabie, Edward C. , 1919-1941
46-7 McConnell, Frederic C. , 1914-1941
48 Macgowan, Kenneth. , 1919-1941
49 Mackaye, Percy. , 1913-1933
410 Mansfield, Beatrice (Mrs. Richard Mansfield). , 1917-1934
411 Moody, Harriet (Mrs. William Vaughn Moody). , 1923-1932
412 Moses, Montrose, J. , 1914-1921
413 Noble, Alden. , 1910-1918
414 Oglebay, Kate. , 1917-1925
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51-3 Payne, B. Iden. , 1914-1940
54 Poel, William. , 1916-1918
55 Rice, Cale Young. , 1917-1918
56 Rice, Wallace. , 1902-1925
57 Robertson, Donald. , 1909-1923
58 Seymour, Ralph Fletcher. , 1899?-1918
59 Smith, Joseph Lindon. , 1914-1932
510 Smith, Luther Ely. , 1915-1933
511 Townsend, Harry. , 1909-1939
512 Wescott, Glenway. , 1920
513 Drama League of America. , 1911-1919
514 Little Theatre Society of Indiana. , 1914-1920
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61 Art: miscellaneous correspondence. , 1903-1930
62 Art: H. W. Buemming, Architect (various murals by Thomas Wood Stevens). , 1910-1915
63 Art: Frank Brangwyn (includes 2 photographs). , 1913-1914
64 Art: Marc T. Nielson. (See also Globe Theater Files). , 1930-1941
65 Etching: miscellaneous correspondence. , 1908-1922
66 Etching: Bertha Jacques and the Chicago Society of Etchers. , 1912-1919
67-8 Etching: Brown-Robertson Company. , 1911-1924
69 Etching: Frank Crowninshield. , 1911-1913
610 Fine Arts Shop of Chicago. , 1913-1915
611-12 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco. , 1915
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71 Publishers: D. Appleton and Company. , 1907, 1924-1941
Nursery Maid of Heaven, The Theatre of Athens to Broadway, and plays by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman.
72 Publishers: C. C. Birchard. , 1918-1922
Drawing of the Sword, Joan of Arc, Pageant of Victory and Peace.
73 Publishers: Dramatists Play Service. , 1938-1941
Drum Head, Tour du Monde, Knights of Terror.
74-5 Publishers: Samuel French. , 1930-1942
Includes Joan of Arc, Globe versions of Shakespeare, Drum Head, Tour du Monde, Venus and Adolphus, Camille in Roaring Camp, Knights of Terror.
76 Publishers: Henry Holt and Company. , 1915-1926
Includes Ryland, Holbein in Blackfriars, Goya, Don Juan, Joan of Arc.
77 Publishers: Midland Company. , 1908-1910
78 Publishers: Prang Company (Edwin O. Grover). , 1910-1938
78 Publishers: American Crayon Company. , 1941
79 Publishers: Frank Shay. , 1920-1925
Three Wishes, Fifty One-act Plays, Poe.
710 Publishers: Stage Guild. , 1912-1938
Daimio's Head, Holbein in Blackfriars, Masque of Montezuma, Ryland, Chaplet of Pan, Pageant for Independence Day, Drawing of the Sword, Rainald and the Wolf, plays by Kenneth Sawyer.
711 Publishers: Donald C. Vaughan, Laurence J. Gomme, and the Little Book Shop Around the Corner. , 1914-1919
Dust of the Road, Masques of East and West.
712 Poetry: A Magazine of Verse (Harriet Monroe). , 1912-1914
712 Poetry: A Magazine of Verse (George Dillon). , 1940
712 Theatre Arts Monthly. , 1931-1940
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81-2 Publishers: miscellaneous correspondence about stories, articles, etc. , 1901-1942
83 Publishers: various, regarding Westward Under Vega. , 1937-1940
84 Publishers: various, regarding mystery books by Thomas Wood Stevens' daughter. , 1937-1938
85 Agent: Hewitt H. Howland. , 1937-1940
Series III: Blue Sky Press, Art Institute of Chicago, University of Wisconsin and Carnegie Institute of Technology Materials, 1899-1949
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91-3 Correspondence: Blue Sky Press. , 1899-1902
Includes correspondence with Frank B. Rae, Jr., Frank Walter Allen, and Charlotte Becker.
94 Correspondence: Blue Sky Press and Art Institute of Chicago. , 1903-1905
Includes correspondence with F. W. Goudy and Bruce Rogers.
95-6 Correspondence: Art Institute of Chicago. , 1906-1914
Includes correspondence with F. W. Goudy, Bruce Rogers, and Howard Pyle.
97 Correspondence: Art Institute of Chicago (Murals by Students). , 1910-1914
98 Correspondence: University of Wisconsin (Lectures, etc.). , 1912-1913
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101 The Spanish Main. Art Institute of Chicago. , 1905
By Alden C. Noble and Thomas Wood Stevens. Includes program photos, letters from Harrison Grey Fiske and Otis Skinner.
102 The Topaz Amulet. Art Institute of Chicago. , 1906-1907
By Wallace Rice and Thomas Wood Stevens. Includes program, photos, clippings and notes.
103 Cellini of Florence. Chicago Art Students League. , 1906, 1910
By Thomas Wood Stevens. Includes programs, photos and clippings.
104 Various productions of the Chicago Art Students League. (Programs, clippings, etc.). , 1906-1914
105 Chicago Theatre Society. (Programs, correspondence, etc.). , 1911-1913
105 Cliff Dwellers. (Programs, correspondence, etc.). , 1909-1915
Includes the Cliff Dwellers Yearbook for 1911, containing The Masque of Quetzal's Bowl by Thomas Wood Stevens and Kenneth Sawyer Goodman
106 Donald Robertson Players, Chicago. (Programs, clippings, etc.). , 1908-1913
107 Noble, Alden Charles: The Fall of Granada. (Program, typescript). , 1910
108 Noble, Alden Charles: Murder as a Fine Art. (Typescript).
109 Lecture notes: Art Institute of Chicago and University of Wisconsin.
10 Art Institute of Chicago: Circular of Instruction for 1907-1908. , 1907-1908
10 Art Institute of Chicago: The Book and Catalog of the Second Retrospective Exhibition of the Art Institute Alumni Association. , 1922
Contains "The Manuscript on Gray Charcoal Paper; note regarding manuscript," by Thomas Wood Stevens.
10 Scrapbook of clippings regarding The Faith Healer as produced in New York and Cambridge, Massachusetts. , 1909-1910
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111-8 Carnegie Institute of Technology: Correspondence. , 1913-1917
Includes letters from Padraic Colum, October 23, 1914 and Gordon Craig, February 6, 1915
119 Carnegie Institute of Technology: Carnegie Tech Pageants and Special Programs. (Typescripts and notes). , 1915-1920
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121-5 Carnegie Institute of Technology: Correspondence. , 1918
126 Carnegie Institute of Technology: YMCA National War Work Council. , 1918-1919
12 Carnegie Institute of Technology: 14th Annual Report of the Director. For the year ending March 31, 1917. , 1917
12 Carnegie Institute of Technology: Bulletin, Division of the Arts. , 1918-1919
12 Carnegie Institute of Technology: Theatre Arts Magazine. (Carnegie Tech library copy). , January 1919
12 Carnegie Institute of Technology: Carnegie Tech War Verse. , 1918
12 Carnegie Institute of Technology: The Soldier's Progress; from the war letters of Carnegie Tech men. , 1918
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13 Carnegie Institute of Technology: Correspondence. , 1920-1924
13 Carnegie Institute of Technology: 18th Annual Report of the President. , April 1, 1920-June 30, 1921
13 Carnegie Institute of Technology: Bulletin, Division of the Arts. , 1920-1921
13 Carnegie Institute of Technology: Bulletin, College of Fine Arts. , 1922-1923
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141-9 Carnegie Institute of Technology: Programs. , 1914-1924
1410 Carnegie Institute of Technology: Miscellaneous items (History, memorabilia, etc.).
14 Carnegie Institute of Technology: Album of clippings. , 1914-1949
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151-53 Carnegie Institute of Technology: Photographs.
15 Carnegie Institute of Technology: Album of photographs compiled by John A. Willard, student.
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161 Carnegie Institute of Technology Drama Compositions: Beyer, William (Student), Furrowed Earth. ,
162 Carnegie Institute of Technology Drama Compositions: Beyer,Beyer, WilliamWilliam (Student), Underlings.
163 Carnegie Institute of Technology Drama Compositions: Beyer, William (Student), Wings.
164 Carnegie Institute of Technology Drama Compositions: Day, Frank P. and O'Brien, J. Vick (faculty), Roses of Mercatel. (John A. Willard's prompt copy).
165 Carnegie Institute of Technology Drama Compositions: Floyd, Sara Trainor (student), An Annotated Bibliography of Plays for Outdoor Theatres. M. A. Thesis, Depart of Drama. , 1923
166 Carnegie Institute of Technology Drama Compositions: Hamilton, Harry (student), Renny's Place.
167 Carnegie Institute of Technology Drama Compositions: Hamilton, Harry (student), You're Next.
Accompanied by a letter from Harry Hamilton to Mrs. Thomas Wood Stevens, July 20, 1943.
168 Carnegie Institute of Technology Drama Compositions: Osborne, Hubert and Byre, Laurence (faculty), Life and Death of William Shakespeare. (John A Willard's prompt copy).
169 Carnegie Institute of Technology Drama Compositions: Parker, Louis (student), The Minuet.
1610 Carnegie Institute of Technology Drama Compositions: Stehli, Edgar (student), The Gate.
1611 Carnegie Institute of Technology Drama Compositions: Anon, Sweeney.
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17 Carnegie Institute of Technology: Scrapbook compiled by John A Willard, student. , 1919-1923
Series IV: Theater Materials, 1901-1979
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181 Goodman Memorial Theatre Correspondence: prospectus, publicity.
182-6 Goodman Memorial Theatre Correspondence. , 1923-1930
187 Goodman Memorial Theatre Correspondence: resignation , 1930
188 Goodman Memorial Theatre Correspondence: financial matters.
189 Goodman Memorial Theatre Correspondence: staff, students
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19 Goodman Memorial Theatre: 21 folders of photographs.
191-8 Goodman Memorial Theatre: programs. , 1924-1930
199-10 Goodman Memorial Theatre: miscellaneous items (history, memorabilia, articles).
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20 Goodman Memorial Theatre: album of clippings. , 1924-1930
20 Goodman Memorial Theatre: blueprints.
20 Goodman Memorial Theatre: correspondence regarding architectural plans. , 1922-1925
Series II: Correspondence (continued), 1899-1942
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211-5 General. , 1930-1934
216-8 Little Theatre of St. Louis. (See also Box 27 for programs, clippings, photographs). , 1931-1933
219-11 University of Michigan Summer Session. (See also Box 28 for programs, clippings, photographs). , 1931-1933
2112-14 National Theatre Conference. , 1932-1934
2115-16 Bonstelle Civic Theatre, Detroit. (See also Box 28 for programs, clippings, photographs). , 1933-1934
Series IV: Theater Materials (continued), 1901-1979
boxfolder
221-7 Globe Theatre correspondence. , 1934-1942
Includes letter from Don Marquis, July 29, 1935.
boxfolder
231 Globe Theatre: blueprints. Century of Progress. , 1934
232 Globe Theatre: photographs of Chicago. , 1934
233 Globe Theatre: photographs of San Diego. , 1935-1936
234 Globe Theatre: programs from Chicago. , 1934
235 Globe Theatre: programs from San Diego. , 1935-1936
236 Globe Theatre: programs from Dallas. , 1936
237 Globe Theatre: programs from road trips. , 1934-1937
238 Globe Theatre: publicity in Chicago. , 1934
239 Globe Theatre: "Merrie England" at the World's Fair, New York. , 1939
2310 Globe Theatre: schedules, financial reports, contracts, casts, etc.
2311 Globe Theatre: Shakespeare texts (Globe Theatre versions edited by Thomas Wood Stevens).
All's Well That Ends Well
As You Like It
Comedy of Errors
Hamlet
Julius Caesar
King Lear
The Life and Death of Sir John Falstaff (typescript)
Macbeth
Midsummer Night's Dream
Romeo and Juliet
Taming of the Shrew
Tempest
Twelfth Night
2312 Globe Theatre: commemorative programs.
400th Anniversary of the birth of Shakespeare, 1964: Old Globe Theatre Program, San Diego.
Ground-breaking of the new Old Globe Theatre (destroyed by fire) Saturday, December 1, 1979: Program, San Diego
23 Globe Theatre: notebook, cast plots for Globe Players; also original drawings for the poem Dark Discipline by Thomas Wood Stevens.
23 Globe Theatre: original watercolor of Globe stage by Thomas Wood Stevens.
23 Globe Theatre: scrapbook possibly compiled by Thomas Wood Stevens' sister. , 1934-1936
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24 Globe Theatre: scrapbook compiled by John A. Willard, member of the Globe Players (Chicago, San Diego and road tours). , 1934-1935
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25 Globe Theatre: scrapbook compiled by John A. Willard, member of the Globe Players (San Diego, Dallas and road tours). , 1935-1937
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26 Globe Theatre: scrapbook compiled by John A. Willard, member of the Globe Players (Chicago, San Diego, Dallas and road tours). , 1934-1937
Series II: Correspondence (continued), 1899-1942
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271-7 General. , 1935-1942
1941-1942 includes University of Arizona. See also Box 29 for programs, clippings, photographs.
278-10 Stanford University. (See also Box 29 for programs, clippings, photographs). , 1937-1939
2711-12 National Theatre Conference. , 1935, 1937
2713 Main Line Playhouse, Philadelphia. , 1940-1941
2714 "Shakespeare in Action," "Folger Plan," etc. , 1934, 1939
Series IV: Theater Materials (continued), 1901-1979
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281 University and Community Theaters: miscellaneous and various groups. , 1915-1932
282 University and Community Theaters: Chicago. , 1901-1927
283 University and Community Theaters: New York City. , 1915-1934
Includes Washington Square Players, Civic Repertory Players, Yvette Guilbert's School of the Theatre, etc.
284 University and Community Theaters: Garden Theatre, St. Louis (includes correspondence). , Summers, 1926-1927
285-6 University and Community Theaters: Little Theatre of St. Louis. (See Box 21 for correspondence). , 1931-1933
287 University and Community Theaters: The Anatomist, London, directed by Thomas Wood Stevens. , 1932
288 University and Community Theaters: Venus and Adolphus, by Thomas Wood Stevens. Produced at the Cleveland Playhouse, (includes correspondence). , October 1939
289 University and Community Theaters: programs of Thomas Wood Stevens' plays produce by various groups.
2810 University and Community Theaters: theatre periodicals (miscellaneous numbers).
The Players, Bush Tempe Theatre, Chicago, December 18, 1905; October 22, 1906
The Little Theatre Review, New York, vol. 1, no. 2, 6-7, 9, 1920-1921
Little Theatres, New York Drama League, 1922-1923
The Player, Detroit, Michigan, October 31, December 5, 1930
The Show Bill, Biltmore Theatre, New York, vol. 1, no. 1, March 14, 1936
Quarterly Bulletin, National Theatre Conference, vol. 2, no. 1, April 1940
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291-3 University and Community Theaters: University of Michigan. (See Box 21 for correspondence). , Summers, 1931-1933
294 University and Community Theaters: Bonstelle Civic Theatre, Detroit. (See Box 21 for correspondence). , 1933-1934
295-6 University and Community Theaters: Stanford University. (See Box 27 for correspondence). , 1937-1939
297-8 University and Community Theaters: University of Iowa. , Summers, 1937, 1940-1941
299 University and Community Theaters: University of Arizona. (See Box 27, Folder 7, for correspondence). , 1941-1942
Series V: Pageants, 1900-1941
The folders within the boxes of these various pageants are not detailed in this inventory. They may, or may not, contain typescripts, published versions, programs, photographs, clippings, correspondence, notes, etc. The amount and type of material for each pageant will vary. Unless otherwise indicated, pageants are authored by Thomas Wood Stevens.
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30 Pageant of the Italian Renaissance, Art Institute of Chicago. , 1909
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311 Pageant of Illinois, Evanston, Illinois. , 1909
312 Pageant of Ireland, Chicago, Illinois. , 1910
313 Pageant of the Old Northwest, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. , 1911
314 Pageant for Independence Day, Jackson Park, Chicago, Illinois. , 1911
315 Pageant of Madison County, Edwardsville, Illinois. , 1912
316 Masque of Montezuma, Indiana Sand Dunes. , 1912
317 Shakespeare Pageant, Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois. , 1912
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321 Wisconsin Pageant, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. , 1913
322 Demeter and Persephone, First Ravina Harvest Festival, Illinois. , 1913
323 Pageant of St. Clair County, Belleville, Illinois. , 1914
See Box 42 for clippings.
324-6 Pageant and Masque of St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri. , 1914
See Box 42 for clippings, Box 4 for correspondence with Percey Mackaye, Box 5 for correspondence with Donald Robertson and Joseph L. Smith.
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331 Masque of the Nations, Wilmerding, Pennsylvania. , 1915
332 Technology Pageant and the Masque of Power, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts. , 1916
See Box 42 for clippings.
333 Duquesne Pageant and Masque, Duquesne, Pennsylvania. , 1916
334 Duquesne Christmas Mystery, Duquesne, Pennsylvania. , 1916
335-7 Pageant of Newark, Newark, New Jersey. , 1916
See Box 42 for clippings
338 Indiana Dunes Pageant. , 1917
339 Pageant of Florida, Tallahassee, Florida. , 1917
33 ,
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34 The Drawing of the Sword (Red Cross Pageant). , 1917
Also version produced as Fighting for Freedom, St. Louis, 1918
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35 Joan of Arc, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. , 1918
Later produced in France.
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361 Louisiana Pageant, New Orleans, Louisiana. , 1918
362 East Liberty Presbyterian Congregation, 100 Years Ago: The Meeting, East Liberty, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. , 1919
363 Hidden Treasures of the Earth, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. , 1919
In celebration of the dedication of the Pittsburgh Station, Bureau of Mines, Department of the Interior.
364 Pageant of Victory and Peace, with the threnody for those who fell, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. , 1919
365 America, historical pageant for the Winona Assembly, Winona Lake, Indiana. , 1920
366 Civic Pageant, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. , 1920
367 Missouri 100 Year Ago, St. Louis, Missouri. , 1921
See Box 42 for clippings.
368-10 Pageant of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia. , 1922
See Box 42 for clippings.
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371-3 Adventure, written for the 12th annual Safety Congress of the national Safety Council, Buffalo, New York. , 1923
374 Pageant of Ypsilanti , Michigan. , 1923
374 Pageant of Kaukauna , Wisconsin. , 1923
375 Rensselear Polytechnic Institute Pageant, Troy, New York. , 1924
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381 Pageant of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Illinois. , 1923
382 Pageant of Charlotte and Old Mecklenburg, Charlotte, North Carolina. , 1925
383 Santa Fe Fiesta, Santa Fe, New Mexico. , 1927
384-5 Magna Carta, written for the American Bar Association, Seattle, Washington. , 1928
386 George Rogers Clark Pageant, Vincennes, Indiana. , 1929
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391 Ohio in Education, written for the National Education Association, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. , 1930
392-5 Yorktown Pageant, Yorktown, Virginia. , 1931
396 Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, Madison Square Garden, New York City. , 1933
397 Boston Tea Party, St. Louis, Missouri. , 1933
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401-2 Old Fort Niagara, Niagara Falls, New York. , 1934
See Box 42 for clippings.
403 O, Sing a New Song, Chicago, Illinois. , 1934
404 De Soto Pageant, Florida. , 1938
405 Pageant for the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. , 1941
Never produced.
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41 The Entrada of Coronado, Albuquerque, New Mexico. , 1940
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421 Oversize clippings: Pageant of St. Clair County. , 1914
See Box 32.
422 Oversize clippings: Pageant and Masque of St. Louis. , 1914
See Box 32.
423 Oversize clippings: Technology Pageant. , 1916
See Box 33.
424 Oversize clippings: Pageant of Newark. , 1916
See Box 33.
425 Oversize clippings: Drawing of the Sword. , 1917
See Box 34.
426 Oversize clippings: Missouri 100 Years Ago. , 1921
See Box 36.
427 Oversize clippings: Pageant of Virginia. , 1922
See Box 36.
428 Oversize clippings: Pageant of Charlotte and Old Mecklenburg. , 1925
See Box 38.
429 Oversize clippings: Yorktown Pageant. , 1931
See Box 39.
4210 Oversize clippings: Old Fort Niagara. , 1934
See Box 40.
4211 Oversize clippings: Entrada of Coronado. , 1940
See Box 41.
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431-11 Pageant correspondence: miscellaneous. , 1910-1921
4312 Pageant correspondence: American Pageant Association. , 1913-1919
Frank C. Brown and others.
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441-6 Pageant correspondence: miscellaneous. , 1922-1941
Pageants Authored by Others, 1908-1932
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45 Alexander, B. H., The Mystery of Life. , 1913
A poetization of "The Hako," a Pawnee ceremony.
45 Andrews, Charlton, The Interrupted Revels. , 1910
A masque, first performed at the Hotel Plaza, New York City, December 20, 1910. Autographed by the author.
45 Applin, Arthur, Torquay (England) Historical Pageant. , 1924
A portrayal of Devon's glorious history, folklore and romance. Includes a note to Thomas Wood Stevens from Lucy Barton in front.
45 Baird, George, Pageant and Masque of Freedom. , 1916
Pittsburgh Charter Centennial Committee prompt book.
45 Baker, George Pierce, The Centenary Pageant of Allegheny College, 1815-1915. , 1915
Performed June 21, 22, and 24, 1915. Accompanied by the Official Pageant Program.
45 Bates, Esther W., A Pageant of the League of Free Nations. , 1919
45 Bates, William O., The Indianapolis Centennial Pageant. , 1920
Coliseum, June 8, 1920. Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by the author.
45 Conwell, O'Kane, The Caldwell Pageant. , 1915
In celebration of the 225th anniversary of the settlement of Caldwell, New Jersey, Independence Day, 1915.
45 Cowley, Frederick K., Wenonah, or, The Magic Word. , 1916
Produced by the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad, Company on the occasion of the changing of the name of Fossil, Alabama to Wenonah, Alabama, November 1916.
45 Cram, Ralph Adams, Excalibur. , 1909
An Arthurian drama. Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by the author.
45 Dickey, Jeston and Roselle, B. L. D., Pageants and Plays of Pioneers. , 1935
Commemorating the centennial of Texas.
45 Erskine, John, A Pageant of the Thirteenth Century for the Seven Hundredth Anniversary of Robert Bacon. , 1914
Given by Columbia University. 750 copies were printed and 500 offered for sale. This copy is number 161, signed by the author.
45 Gaither, Frances, Shores of Happiness. , 1919
A pageant whereof Odysseus is hero.
45 Gaither, Frances, The Shadow of the Builder. , 1921
The centennial pageant of the University of Virginia as presented June 1, 1921.
45 Geddes, Patrick, The Masque of Ancient Learning. , 1913
45 Geddes, Patrick, The Masque of Medieval and Modern Learning. , 1913
45 Hayden, Willard, Pageant of Lexington. , 1915
Commemorating a century of peace between United States and England and in aid of the American Red Cross.
45 Howard, Sidney, Lexington. , 1925
Second presentation of the historical pageant drama, commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Lexington, enacted every ten years by the citizens of Lexington, Massachusetts. June 1925.
45 Johnson, D. B., (Master of the Pageant), Old English Pageant. , 1913
The visit of Queen Elizabeth to Kenilworth Castle. Presented by the students of Winthrop College, South Carolina, May 13, 1913.
45 Keller, Martha & others, The Kenilworth Revels. , 1924
Vassar College.
45 Koch, Frederick H., Raleigh, The Shepherd of the Ocean. , 1920
A pageant-drama designed to commemorate the tercentenary of the execution of Sir Walter Raleigh. Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by the author.
45 Langdon, William C., The Bronxville Christmas Mystery. , 1914
Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by the author.
45 Langdon, William C., Suggestions for the Celebration of the Fourth of the July by Means of Pageantry. , 1912
45 Langdon, William C., The Centennial Pageant of Auburn Theological Seminary, 1818-1918. , 1918
45 Langdon, William C., The Chapel Masque of Christmas. , 1913
Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by the author.
45 Langdon, William C., Foundation Day Ceremonial for Indiana University. , 1920
Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by the author.
45 Langdon, William C., The Pageant of Darien. , 1913
The pageant of a residential community, inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by the author.
45 Langdon, William C., The Pageant of Indiana. , 1916
In Riverside Park on the banks of the White River, Indianapolis, October 2-7, 1916. Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by the author.
45 Langdon, William C., The Pageant of St. Johnsbury. , 1912
In celebration of the 125th anniversary of the founding of the town of St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by the author.
45 Leonard, Martia, The Masque of Manhattan. , 1909
45 Long, George, Pageant of the Church. , 1916
In honor of the general convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church.
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46 Mackay, Constance D'Arcy, Patriotic Plays and Pageants for Young People. Holt & Company. , 1912
46 Mackaye, Percy, Caliban by the Yellow Sands. Doubleday, Page & Company. , 1916
A community masque to commemorate the tercentenary of the death of Shakespeare.
46 Mackaye, Percy, The Roll Call. , 1918
A masque of the Red Cross.
46 Mackaye, Percy, Wakefield. , 1932
A folk-masque of America, being midwinter night's dream of the birth of Washington. Designed and written for the United States Commission for the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of George Washington.
46 Mackaye, Percy, The Evergreen Tree. D. Appleton & Company. , 1917
A masque of Christmas time for community singing and acting. Accompanied by a guide.
46 Nichols, Adelaide, At the Gate of Stars. , 1918
A patriotic masque.
46 North Dakota University, Sock and Buskin Society, A Pageant of the North-west. , 1914
Written in collaboration by eighteen undergraduate members of the Sock and Buskin Society under the direction of Professor Frederick H. Koch. First presented at the 7th annual meeting of the Mississippi Valley Historical Association and on the occasion of the dedication of the Bankside Theatre on the campus of the University of North Dakota. Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by Professor Koch.
46 New Trier Township High School, Illinois, How the Pilgrim Spirit Came to Illinois. , 1921
A pageant written and presented by the students and faculty in commemoration of the tercentenary of the landing of the Pilgrims.
46 Pomona College, Claremont, California, Historical Pageant. , 1913
Given by Pomona College and the city of Claremont, California in honor of the 25th anniversary of the founding of Pomona College.
46 Parker, Louis N., The Dover Pageant. , 1908
Dover, England.
46 Parker, Louis N., The Warwick Pageant. , 1906
In celebration of the 1000th anniversary of the conquest of Mercia by Queen Ethelfleda, Warwick, England.
46 Pashley, Hattie S. & Dunn, Eleanor R., Pageant of Palos. , 1916
Presented by the people of Palos Township, Illinois.
46 Potter, Marie W., The Winged Soul. , 1925
A festival for the 50th anniversary of the founding of Wellesley College. Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by E. R. Stoner.
46 Rice, Wallace & Goodman, Kenneth Sawyer, The Glorious Gateway of the West. , 1916
An historic pageant of the story of Fort Wayne, commemorating the 100th anniversary of Indiana's admission to the sisterhood of states. Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by Wallace Rice.
46 Rice, Wallace, Illinois Centennial Plays, numbers 1-3, 5. , 1918
no. 1 - Children of the Illini (about 1673)
no. 2 - Children of France (about 1778)
no. 3 - Pioneer Boys and Girls (1814)
no. 5 - Children of the Civil War (February 1862)
46 Rice, Wallace, The Masque of Illinois. , 1918
Intended for the use of high schools, colleges and communities during the centennial year. Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by the author, notes, etc. laid in.
46 Rice, Wallace, The Pageant of the Illinois Country. , 1918?
Intended for use throughout the state in county and local celebrations.
46 Rice, Wallace, Primavera; the masque of Santa Barbara. , 1920
46 Rockwell, Ethel T., The Apostles of Light. , 1923
A religious pageant-drama of the Centenary Movement. Also: Appendix. Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by the author.
46 Saint Paul Institute, School of Art, Pageant of Minnesota History. , 1911
46 Scott, Aggie Dean, The Early Settlement of Georgia as Told in Historical Playlets. , 1932
46 Seward, Edith de Charms and Latham, Azubah J., The Masque of Joy or Drudgery Transformed. , 1914
Acting version used at the New Year Festival, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, January 10, 1914.
46 Stocking, Helen. Historical Community Pageant of San Jose. , 1917
Luna Park, San Jose, California, June 1-2, 1917.
46 Tanner, Virginia, A Pageant of Portsmouth. , 1923
A pageant in celebration of the tercentenary of the first settlement in New Hampshire. Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by the author.
46 Tanner, Virginia, A Pageant to the State of Maine. , 1928
In celebration of the official dedication of the Carlton Bridge, Bath Maine.
46 Van Orden, Mary, Partheneia and The Queen's Masque. , 1915
The Queen's Masque is the fourth Partheneia of the University of California, Berkeley, California.
46 Viehman, Theodore A., and Smith, Howard F., The Pageant of Tuscaloosa. , 1916
Presented May 30, 1916, as a feature of the Tuscaloosa Centennial Celebration, held in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the first white settlers on the site of Tuscaloosa. Signed by the authors.
46 Williams, Francis Howard, Philadelphia Historical Pageant. , 1912
Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by Edith Emerson.
46 Wisconsin University, A Pageant of the University. , 1914
Given on the campus July 29, 1914. Written and directed by the class in pageantry.
46 Yale University, The Book of the Yale Pageant. Yale University Press. , 1916
In commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the removal of Yale College to New Haven. Edited by George Henry Nettleton. Letter to Thomas W. Stevens regarding the Pageant laid in, signed "Kay" on letterhead paper of William O. Goodman.
Miscellaneous Pageant Material, 1900-1930
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471 American Pageant Association Bulletin. , 1914-1919
472 Cranbrook Masque, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. , 1916
473 Miscellaneous pageant programs. , 1900-1930
474 Miscellaneous pageant material.
475 Pilgrimage and Passion Plays; programs
47 Architectural Review. , September 1916
"Some Garden Theatres," by Frank A. Waugh, pp. 161-167.
47 Country Life in America. , November 1916
"The Pageant in America," by Frances G. Wood, pp. 21-25.
47 Dickinson, Thomas H., "The Pageant; a study of its history structure, and social uses." The Play Book, Wisconsin Dramatic Society, vol. 2, no. 4. , 1914
47 Davol, Ralph A., A Handbook of American Pageantry. Davol Publishing Company. , 1914
Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by the author.
47 Hurley, George O., "Pageantry for Ohio Communities." State Historical Society of Iowa, Bulletin of Information Series, no. 10. , 1923
47 Lewis, B. Roland, "Pageantry and the Pilgrim Tercentenary Celebration (1620-1920)." Bulletin of the University of Iowa, vol. 10, no. 4, University of Utah Press. , 1920
47 Mackaye, Percy, The New Citizenship: a civic ritual devised for places of public meeting in America. Macmillan. , 1915
47 National Pageant Association, The National Historical Pageants. Historical productions adapted tot he purpose of historical societies, universities and various civic organizations. Books by Thomas Wood Stevens. Chicago. (2 copies). , 1910
47 Russell Sage Foundation, Department of Child Hygiene, Independence Day Celebrations. New York. , 1925
47 Withington, Robert, "Manual of Pageantry." Indiana University Bulletin, vol. 13, no. 7, Indiana University Extension Division. , June 15, 1915
Series VI: Published Works and Manuscripts, 1896-1984
Little Magazines, Typographia, Stagecraft, 1896-1910
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481 The Bachelor Book, Chicago, Illinois, vol. 1, no. 1, 3-5, , vol. 2, no. 2. , March, May-July, November 1900
Contains contributions by Thomas Wood Stevens.
482 Bradley, His Book, Springfield, Massachusetts, vol. 1, no. 2 & 3. , June, July 1896
482 The Bibelot, Portland, Maine, vol. 16, no. 1. , January 1910
482 The Westminster Chapbook, Franklin, Indiana, book 1, no. 1. , June 1902
482 Stiletto, Chicago, Illinois, vol. 1, no. 2 & 4. , (September, November 1900)
483 Louis McPherson, editor of The Pebble and Thomas Wood Stevens. , ca. 1900
484 Goudy and the Village Press: miscellaneous material.
See Box 3 for correspondence.
485 Typographia: miscellaneous material.
486 Pyle, Howard: letter to Forrest Crissey. , No Date
Copy made by Thomas Wood Stevens. Contains autobiographical information.
487 Stagecraft: miscellaneous material.
48 The Pebble, Omaha, Nebraska, vol. 1. , 1900
Contains a poem by Thomas Wood Stevens, p. 186.
48 The Philosopher, Wausau, Wisconsin, vol. 6 , vol. 7. , July-December 1899 & January-June 1900
Contains stories and poems by Thomas Wood Stevens and articles regarding the Blue Sky Press.
Blue Sky Press, 1899-1928
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49 Stevens, Thomas Wood and Noble, Alden Charles, Technologie Ballads. , 1899
Number 12 of 99 copies printed, signed by Stevens.
49 Stevens, Thomas Wood, In the Sack of the Castle, Blue Sky Booklets, vol. 1, no. 1. , 1900
(3 copies), 93 copies printed, signed by Stevens.
49 Kinmarck, Michael, The End of Malcom Brewster, Gentleman, a colonial tale, Blue Sky Booklets, vol. 1, no. 2. , 1900
(2 copies), 97 copies printed, signed "Michael Kinmarck," pseudonym of Thomas Wood Stevens.
49 McIlvaine, Mabel, Changing Skies, Blue Sky Booklets, vol. 1, no. 3. , 1900
(3 copies) 95 copies printed, signed by the author.
49 Egbert, Marion Thornton, In Old Madras, Blue Sky Booklets, vol. 1, no. 4. , 1900
Number 27 of 145 copies printed. Signed by the author.
49 Stevens, Thomas Wood, The Unsought Shrine. , 1900
(2 copies) 50 copies printed.
49 Fowler, Egbert Willard, The Storm, Blue Sky Booklets, vol. 1, no. 5. , 1900
Numbers 15 and 77 of 123 copies printed. Signed by the author.
49 Allen, Frank Allen, My Ships Aground, Blue Sky Booklets, vol. 1, no. 6. , 1900
Number 52 of 125 copies printed. Signed by the author.
49 Stevens, Thomas Wood, The Frown of Victory, Blue Sky Booklets, vol. 2, no. 1. , 1900
A song-story. Numbers 40 (unsigned), 97 (signed) and one unnumbered, unsigned copy of 195 copies printed.
49 Stevens, Thomas Wood and Noble, Alden Charles, Mucronis Puerique. , 1900
Two papers of a casual nature, "The Dagger in the Book," by Thomas Wood Stevens and "The Boy in the Book," by Alden Charles Noble. Number 45 of 98 copies printed, signed by A. G. Langworthy.
49 Moore, Edward Martin, Spoil of the North Wind. , 1901
Numbers 30 and 179 of 625 copies printed.
49 Noble, Alden Charles, Scott, Who was Nine. , 1901
A tale of the joyous universe. Number 23 of 200 copies printed on Ruisdael hand-made paper and number 6 of 15 copies on Imperial Japan vellum.
49 Becker, Charlotte, The Glass of Time. , 1901
Number 133 of 250 copies on Ruisdael hand-made paper, number 8 of 15 copies on Imperial Japan vellum.
49 Peattie, Elia W., How Jaques came into the Forest of Arden. , 1901
Numbers 120 and 543 of 700 copies on Van Gelder hand-made paper, number 15 of 25 copies on Japan vellum and three copies on parchment.
49 Blanden, Charles Granger, Omar Resung. , 1901
Number 25 of 25 copies printed in Japan vellum, 200 additional copies printed on Van Gelder hand-made paper.
49 Crissey, Forrest, In Thompson's Woods. , 1901
Number 17 of 25 copies on Japan vellum, 275 additional copies on L. L. Brown's hand-made paper.
49 Stevens, Thomas Wood, Our Lady of Rhyme. , 1901
A book of occasional lyrics. (2 copies) 200 copies printed.
49 The Blue Sky. , 1899-1902
vol. 1, no. 1-5, August-December, 1899
vol. 2, no. 1-5, January-June, 1900 (2 copies of no. 1)
vol. 3, no. 1-5, July 1900-June 1901 (2 copies of no. 2, 3, 5)
vol. 4, no. 1-5, November 1901-March 1902 (2 copies of no. 1, 2)
vol. 4, no. 1, April 1902
49 The Rubric: A Magazine de Luxe. , 1902
This magazine absorbed The Blue Sky in 1902.
vol. 1, no. 2, January 1902
vol. 2, no. 1, August 1902
49 The Blue Sky Booklets. , 1900
vol. 1, no. 1-6
49 Blue Sky Press: miscellaneous material.
Includes catalogs, advertising material, etc., and a letter from Will Ranson (January 10, 1928) regarding a list of Blue Sky publications for this forthcoming book on private presses.
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50 Rice, Wallace, Memorial Ode for the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Founding of Racine College, Racine Wisconsin, X Junii MCMII. , 1902
50 Noble, Alden Charles, Lyrics to the Queen. , 1902
Contains " A 'Stray Cloud,' being a final word to the friends of the Blue Sky magazine," by Thomas Wood Stevens. (2 copies).
50 Browning, Robert, In a Balcony. , 1902
Number 215 of 400 copies on paper, 15 additional copies of Japan vellum.
50 Milton, John, L'Allegro & Il Penseroso. , 1902
Number 7 of 100 copies printed.
50 Blanden, Charles G., A Harvest of Reeds. , 1902
Number 8 of 150 copies printed.
50 Burton, Charles Pierce, The Bashful Man, and Others. , 1902
Number 7 of 500 copies printed.
50 Stevens, Thomas Wood and Noble, Alden Charles, The Morning Road. , 1902
Number 38 of 200 copies printed on paper, 15 additional copies printed on Japan vellum.
50 Poe, Edgar Allen, The Fall of the House of Usher. , 1903
Number 69 of 150 copies printed on paper, 15 additional copies printed on Japan vellum.
50 Cheney, C. Emma, Mistress Allice Jocelyn: Her Letters. , 1903
Number 399 of 500 copies printed on paper, number 17 of 20 copies printed on Japan vellum.
50 Blanden, Charles G., The Unremembered God and other Poems. , 1903
Number 5 of 10 copies printed on Japan vellum, number 84 of 150 copies printed on paper.
50 Peattie, Elisa W., Castle, Knight and Troubadour. , 1903
175 copies printed on paper and 25 copies on Japan vellum. This copy is not numbered.
50 Poe, Edgar Allen, The Cask of Amontillado. , 1904
Numbers 31 and 56 of 300 copies printed on Van Gelder hand-made paper, number 10 of 15 copies printed on Japan vellum.
50 Blanden, Charles G., The Battle of Love. , 1904
300 copies printed on Van Gelder hand-made paper, 15 copies printed on Japan vellum. This copy is not numbered.
50 Goldsmith, Oliver, The Life of Richard Nash, Esquire. , 1904
Number 37 of 100 copies printed on hand-made paper, 25 additional copies printed on Japan vellum.
50 Le Gallienne, Richard, The Burial of Romeo and Juliet. , 1904
Number 143 of 300 copies printed on hand-made paper, 25 additional copies printed on Japan vellum.
50 Stevens, Thomas Wood and Noble, Alden Charles, The Parchment in the Hollow Hilt. , 1904
Numbers 30 and 159 of 225 copies printed on Italian hand-made paper, number 5 of 25 copies printed on Japan vellum. Additional copy unnumbered, inscribed to Louise McPherson by the authors.
50 Morris, William, Sir Galahad; A Christmas Mystery. , 1904
Number 116 of 500 copies printed on paper, 25 additional copies printed on Japan vellum.
50 Rossetti, Christina, Goblin Market. , 1905
Number 4 of 15 copies printed on Japan vellum, 300 additional copies printed on Van Gelder hand-made paper, one copy, unnumbered.
50 Erskine, Payne, The Harper & the King's Horse. , 1905
Unnumbered copy of 500 copies printed on Van Gelder hand-made paper, unnumbered copy of 25 copies printed on Japan vellum.
50 Crow, Martha Foote, The World Above. , 1905
Number 182 of 500 copies printed on Van Gelder hand-made paper, 25 additional copies printed on Japan vellum.
50 The Pageant, a magazine of belles-lettres. , 1905-1907
vol. 1, no. 1-7, June-December, 1905 (2 copies of no. 1, 5-7).
vol. 2, no. 1-2, 6, May-June 1906, March 1907 (Also titled The Pageant Books).
Private Press Books, 1897-1927
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51 Seymour, Ralph Fletcher, The Love Letters of Abelard and Heloise. Alderbrink, Chicago, Illinois. , 1903
515 copies on paper, 12 on Japanese imperial parchment. This copy is paper.
51 Keats, John, The Eve of St. Agnes, Alderbrink, Chicago, Illinois. , 1900
Number 341 of 800 copies on paper, 4 copies on parchment.
51 Hewlett, Maurice Henry, The Birth of Roland, Alderbrink, Chicago, Illinois. , 1911
400 copies on paper, 10 on Japan vellum. This copy is printed no paper.
51 Peattie, Elia, W., The Angle with a Broom, Alderbrink, Chicago, Illinois.
Number 415 of 700 copies printed.
51 McNeill, James Abbot, Mr. Whistler's "Ten O'clock", Alderbrink, Chicago, Illinois. , 1907
300 copies printed.
51 Browning, Robert, The Pied Piper of Hamlin, Alwil Shop, Ridgewood, New Jersey. , 1901
51 Lord Byron, The Prisoner of Chillon, Alwil Shop, Ridgewood, New Jersey. , 1900
Numbers 44 and 71 of 300 copies printed. Number 44 inscribed to Louise McPherson by Frank B. Rae, Jr.
51 Fowler, Egbert Willard, Dream Rest, Alwil Shop, Ridgewood, New Jersey. , 1901
Number 3 of 100 copies printed. Additional copy, not numbered, issued as Alwil Brochure, Series I, no. 2.
51 Plato, The Apology of Socrates, Alwil Shop, Ridgewood, New Jersey. , 1901
Number 140 of 475 copies printed on Van Gelder hand-made paper, 25 additional copies printed on imperial Japan vellum. Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by Frank B. Rae, Jr.
51 Stevens, Thomas Wood and Noble, Alden Charles, Hold Redmere, Alwil Shop, Ridgewood, New Jersey. , 1901
Number 134 of 450 copies printed on hand-made paper, 50 additional copies on Japan vellum.
51 Stevens, Thomas Wood, The Unsought Shrine, and Titian, The Boy, Alwil Shop, Ridgewood, New Jersey. , 1901
Alwil Brochures, Series I, no. 1.
51 Yearbook, Brother of the Book, Chicago, Illinois. , 1913
51 Henry, Arthur, Peter and the Fairies, Brother of the Book, Chicago, Illinois. , 1913
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51 Pater, Walter Horatio, Duke Carl of Rosemold, Copland and Day, Boston, Massachusetts. , 1897
500 copies printed.
51 Our Lady's Tumbler, Copland and Day, Boston, Massachusetts. , 1898
A tale of Medieval France, translated into English from Old French by Isabel Butler.
51 Yeats, William Butler, Responsibilities, Cuala, Dundrum, Ireland. , 1914
Number 347 of 400 copies printed.
51 Pope, Alexander, The Rape of the Lock, Elston, New Rochelle, New York. , 1902
160 copies printed.
51 Noble, Alden Charles, The Buccaneer, Green Mountain, Brattleboro, Vermont. , 1908
(3 copies) 150 copies printed.
51 Weitenkampf, Frank, The Etching of Contemporary Life, Dard Hunter, Marlborough-on-the-Hudson, New York. , 1926
Imperfect, original etching by Ernest D. Roth lacking.
51 Bradley, William A., The Etching of Figures, Dard Hunter, Marlborough-on-the-Hudson, New York. , 1901
Imperfect, original etching by William A. Levy lacking.
51 Havens, Munson Aldrich, Horace Walpole and the Strawberry Press, 1757-1789, Kirgate, Canton, Pennsylvania. , 1901
300 copies printed.
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52 Garnet, Porter, A Documentary Account of the Beginnings of the Laboratory Press, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Laboratory Press, Carnegie Institute of Technology. , 1927
160 copies printed on Lafuma-Navarre, 95 copies printed on Crown and Scepter. This copy is Lafuma-Navarre.
52 Brown, Bolton, Lithography, Merrymount, Boston, Massachusetts. , 1923
Number 64 of 500 copies printed.
52 Lang, Andrew, Helen of Troy, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1987
Her life and translation done into rhyme from the Greek books. 925 copies printed.
52 Field, Michael (pseudonym), Underneath the Bough, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1898
925 copies printed.
52 Swinburne, Algernon Charles, The Heptalogia, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1898
450 copies printed.
52 Anodos, Fancy's Following, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1900
Anodos is a pseudonym for Mary Elizabeth Coleridge. 450 copies printed.
52 Rossetti, Daniel Gabriel, Hand and Soul, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1900
450 copies printed.
52 Swinburne, Algernon Charles, Laus Veneris, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1900
52 Hewlett, Maurice Henry, Quattrocentisteria, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1901
How Sandro Botticelli saw Simonetta in the Spring. 425 copies printed.
52 Schwob, Marcel, Mimes, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1901
500 copies printed. Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by C. G. Blanden.
52 Aucassin and Nicolete, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1903
Translated to English by Andrew Lang.
52 Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, Sonnets from the Portuguese, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1903
With preface by Edmund Gosse.
52 Macleod, Fiona, Deirdre and the Sons of Usna, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1903
Fiona Macleod is a pseudonym of William Sharp. 925 copies printed.
52 Symons, Arthur, Lyrics, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1903
950 copies printed.
52 Browning, Robert, Pippa Passes, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1902
925 copies printed.
52 Meredith, George, Modern Love, and other Poems, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1904
925 copies printed.
52 Macleod, Fiona, From the Hills of Dream, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1904
Threnodies, songs and other poems. Fiona Macleod is a pseudym of William Sharp. 925 copies printed.
52 Schreiner, Olive, The Lost Joy, and Other Dreams, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1909
52 Dowson, Ernest, The Pierrot of the Minute, Mosher, Portland, Maine. , 1913
A dramatic fantasy in one act. 950 copies printed.
52 Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, Lord Walter's Wife, Philosopher, Wausau, Wisconsin. , 1899
52 Ellis, William, The Old Winconse, Philosopher, Wausau, Wisconsin. , 1899
52 Ellis, William, The Ketcham Pardon, Philosopher, Wausau, Wisconsin. , 1900
Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by the author.
52 Crissey, Forrest, Olof and Yourself, Philosopher, Wausau, Wisconsin. , 1897
52 Gray, Thomas, Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard, Prairie, Chicago. , 1905
100 copies printed.
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53 The Basia of Joannes Secundus, Colonial, Boston, Massachusetts. , 1901
Translated into English verse, to which is added the Epithalamium, with the English version of George Ogle, with a prefatory memoir by Wallace Rice. Number 206 of 365 copies printed upon Dutch hand-made paper, 26 additional copies on Japan vellum.
53 Guerin, Maurice de, The Centaur, Montague, Massachusetts. , 1915
Translated by George B. Ives from French. Typography by Bruce Rogers. 135 copies printed.
53 Spenser, Edmund, Prothalamion: Epithalamion, Riverside Press of Houghton, Mifflin and Company. , 1902
Typography by Bruce Rogers. 419 copies printed, 400 numbered and for sale. This copy no numbered, inscribed "Presentation copy" to Thomas Wood Stevens from Bruce Rogers?
53 Songs & Sonnets of Pierre de Ronsard, gentleman of Vendomois, Riverside Press of Houghton, Mifflin and Company. , 1903
Selected and translated into English verse by Curtis Hidd Page, Typography by Bruce Rogers. Number 389 of 425 copies printed. Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by Bruce Rogers.
53 Sidney, Sir Philip, Certaine Sonnets, Riverside Press of Houghton, Mifflin and Company. , 1904
Typography by Bruce Rogers. Number 422 of 430 copies printed.
53 Wordsworth, William, IV Sonnets, Riverside Press of Houghton, Mifflin and Company. , 1909
143 copies "Printed by Bruce Rogers for his friends, Christmas MDCCCCIX."
53 Schreiner, Olive, So Here Then Are Dreams, Roycroft, East Aurora, New York. , 1901
Inscribed to Thomas Wood Stevens by Elbert Hubbard.
53 Bacheller, Irving, The Story of a Passion, Roycroft, East Aurora, New York. , 1899
53 Beatty, John W., The Relation of Art to Nature, Rudge, William Edwin, New York. , 1922
Typography by Bruce Rogers. 950 copies printed.
53 Morris, William and Walker, Emery, Printing, Village, Park Ridge, Illinois & Hingham, Massachusetts. , 1903
Number 215 of 231 copies printed.
53 Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, The Blessed Damozel, Village, Park Ridge, Illinois & Hingham, Massachusetts. , 1903
110 copies printed.
53 Lamb, Charles, A Dissertation Upon a Roast Pig, Village, Park Ridge, Illinois & Hingham, Massachusetts. , 1904
215 copies printed.
53 Browning, Robert, Rabbi Ben Ezra, Village, Park Ridge, Illinois & Hingham, Massachusetts. , 1904
Number 12 of 173 copies printed.
53 Neale, Dr. John Mason, Good King Wenceslas, Village, Park Ridge, Illinois & Hingham, Massachusetts. , 1904
53 Morris, William, The Hollow Land, Village, Park Ridge, Illinois & Hingham, Massachusetts. , 1905
220 copies printed.
53 Irving, Washington, Rip Van Winkle, Wayside, Springfield, Massachusetts. , 1897
From the Sketchbook of Washington Irving.
Articles on the Theatre, Art, Printing, etc., 1899-1941
Unless otherwise indicated, articles are authored by Thomas Wood Stevens.
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54 Bohemian Magazine. , December 1908
p. 753, "Art in Chicago."
54 The Drama: A Quarterly Review. , November 1914
p. 635, "A School of the Theatre Arts" (Carnegie Tech).
54 The English Journal. , March 1937
p. 179, "How Good is Eugene O'Neill?"
54 The Fulcrum (Armour Institute of Technology). , October-November, 1899
October, 1899, p. 15, "The Man at the Window."
November, 1899, p. 23, "The Man at the Window."
54 Inland Printer. , April 1902
p. 41, "Notes on the Pictorial Bookplate."
54 Inland Printer. , February 1908
p. 355, "Art and the Printing Craft."
54 National Theatre Conference, Quarterly Bulletin. , October 1939
p. 3, "One Yardstick."
54 The Play Book. , April 1913
p. 21, "In Defense of Footlights."
54 The Play Book. , May 1913
p. 3, "Robertson, a record."
54 The Play Book. , June 1913
Issue devoted to the open-air theatre. Thomas Wood Stevens contributor and artist.
54 The Play Book. , August 1913
p. 10, "A Festival of Northern Folklore."
54 The Play Book. , August 1914
p. 16, "The Plan of a Laboratory Theatre" (Carnegie Theatre).
54 Proceedings of the Conference on the Drama in American Universities and Little Theatres, held at the Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. , November 27-28, 1925
p. 77, "The Potentialities of a College Dramatic Department."
54 St. Louis Art League, Bulletin. , May 1914
p. 19, "Note on an Open-air Theatre."
54 Saint Louis Review. , March 15, 1932
p. 2, "The Audience in Search of a Theatre."
54 The School Arts Book. , June 1912
p. 1003, "The Pageant as a School Exercise."
54 The School Arts Magazine. , January 1913
p. 299, "The School is Beautiful-Mural Decorations by Art Students."
54 Bibliograhical Society of Chicago, Yearbook. , 1900-1901
p. 25, "On Some American Bookmakers."
54 The Sketch Book. , December 1905
p. 195, "Elements of Illustration."
54 Theatre Arts Monthly. , January 1931
p. 59, "What the Audience Wants."
54 Theatre Arts Monthly , September 1931
p. 729, "Field Notes on the War in Times Square."
54 Theatre Magazine. , June 1918
p. 350, "A Non-commercial Theatre." (Carnegie Tech).
54 Books and Printing: "When the Author Prints." (Typescript). , 1903
54 Books and Printing: "An Open Letter to a Book-lover." (Typescript). , 1905
54 Books and Printing: "At the Sign of the Red Pale: William Caxton." , April 1905
Published in Inland Printer.
54 Books and Printing: "The Birthplace of the Craft." , October 1907
Extract from Inland Printer.
54 Books and Printing: "A Mail Course from Critics." (Typescript). , ca. 1907
Fine Arts: "Elements of Illustrations." (Typescript). , 1906
Fine Arts: "Mural Paintings in the Sherman Park Assembly Hall." (Typescript). , 1906-1910?
Fine Arts: "An Open Letter in the Matter of Translated Pictures." (Typescript). , ca. 1910
Fine Arts: "The Artist's Efficiency." (Speech at Exhibitors' Dinner, Chicago Artists). , January 31, 1911
Fine Arts: "Chicago and the Fine Arts." (Typescript). , 1912
Fine Arts: "Art and Progress." (Typescript). , 1913
Fine Arts: "A Note on the Provinces of Art Education." , ca. 1910
Extract from Educational Bi-Monthly.
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54 Politics: "Stop! Look! and Listen!" (Typescript).
54 Politics: "Old Spanish Custom." (Typescript).
54 Travel I: "The Petrified Forest of Arizona." , December 1902
Extract from The Garden of the Gods Magazine.
54 Travel I: "A Grand Canyon Bivouac." , June 1902
Extract from The Independent.
54 Travel I: "Vababonds in Adobeland: San Domingo Days." , 1902
Extract from The Garden of the Gods Magazine.
54 Travel II: "Vababonds in Adobeland: the Desert." (Typescript). , 1902
54 Travel II: "A Canyon Camp." (Typescript). , 1907
54 Theatre: Miscellaneous holographic notes.
"Truism"
"Education and the Art of the Theatre"
"The Art of the Theatre"
"To Rise Above Makeshift"
54 Theatre: "The Changing Theatre." (Holograph lecture notes).
54 Theatre: "Prospectus of a Plan for the Establishment of a Civic Theatre in Chicago." (Original draft and typescript).
54 Theatre: "Portrait of a Living Master." William Poel, (Typescript).
54 Theatre: A letter from Donald Robertson to Mr. N. H. Carpenter, Secretary, the Art Institute. , March 20, 1909
54 Theatre: "The Cranbrook Masque, Detroit." (Typescript).
Accompanied by a letter to Mr. Weeks, July 12, 1916.
54 Theatre: The Field of the Dramatic Artist." Two versions. (Typescript). , December 1922
54 Theatre: "Carnegie Tech: The First Phase." (Typescript). , ca. 1915
54 Theatre: "The Theatre Goes to School." (Typescript).
54 Theatre: "Pittsburgh's Unique Drama School." Radio talk. , February 25, 1922
54 Theatre: "Education Aspect of the Drama." (Typescript).
54 Theatre: "Making the Play the Issue." (Typescript).
54 Theatre: "Art in School Pageants."
Extract from an unknown source.
54 Theatre: "The Spoken Word in Pageantry." (Fragment).
54 Theatre: "The Pageant as a School Exercise." (Typescript).
Accompanied by a letter to Mr. Edwin O. Grover, President, Prang Company, January 6, 1912.
54 Theatre: "On Pageants." (Personal notes).
54 Theatre: "Re Quetzel's Bowl" (As done at the Cliff Dwellers Club). , 1911
54 Miscellaneous: "New Fields for the Art Institute."
Extract from Midland.
54 Miscellaneous: "An Appreciation of Donald Robertson." (Brochure).
54 Miscellaneous: "Municipal Art League." (Memorandum of report of Committee on Plan of Work for the Ensuing Year). , 1910
54 Miscellaneous: "The Making of a Dramatic Pageant." , September 1912
Extract from Atlantic Education Journal.
54 Miscellaneous: "Mural Decorations by Art Students." , January 1913
Published in The School Arts Magazine.
54 Miscellaneous: "A School of the Theatre Arts." , 1914
Reprint from The Tartan, the student weekly of the Carnegie Institute of Technology.
54 Miscellaneous: "The Stage Without a Curtain." , February 1938
Published in Theatre Arts.
54 Miscellaneous holograph notes form projected articles.
Stories (manuscripts in publications), 1901-ca. 1930
Unless otherwise indicated, stories are authored by Thomas Wood Stevens.
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55 All-Story Magazine. , September 1908
p. 99, "The Hidden Channel." By Michael Kinmarck.
55 All-Story Magazine. , March 1910
p. 399, "Dyke Shannon, Gentleman."
55 The Bohemian. , February 1901
p. 1, "As Happens for Unrest." With Alden Charles Noble.
55 The Western Trail. , July, August, October, November 1903
Four issues containing a serial story by Thomas Wood Stevens, "The Story of the Oklahoma Farm."
55 Stories, (typescripts, some accompanied by original draft). , ca. 1930
"Off the Straight and Narrow"
"Believe it or Flop"
"The Hickey"
"One Star to Another"
"Solo Flight"
"The Great Line"
"Damned to Beauty"
55 Stories, (typescripts). , 1901-1910
"The Rumor and the Cross," ca. 1901
"The Flight of Padre Moris, " 1902
"The Maid of Domremi," 1903
"Javalo Mowbray, Buccaneer," ca. 1903
"A Buccaneer's Love," 1905
"The Adventure of Nicholas Ford," 1905
"The Helmeted Lady," 1906
"The Truth About Hinbad," ca. 1906
"Love and the Rolling Stone," 1907
"Mr. Windever's Midnight Adventure," 1907
"The Evolution of an Angler," 1905
"Covert Agents," 1910
55 Stories, (extracts from magazines, some with drafts). , 1900-1908
"A Letter in Gold," Phi Kappa Sigma Quarterly, 1900, with Alden C. Noble
"Whom Slender Hands Betray," Criterion, October 1902
"The Desperate Hunting," Criterion, 1904
"Our Colonial Room," House Beautiful, January 1904
"The Lesser Tragedy," Metropolitan prize story, February 1905 (Earlier versions: "Buccaneer's Love," "Spanish Main"
"MacSkimming, the Thespian," Lippincott's, March 1905
"King Arthur in Michigan," Reader, November 1906
"The Letters of Life and Death," Cosmopolitan, October 1906
"The King's Astrologer," Woman, November 1906 (Written in 1900 with Alden C. Noble, published under Stevens' pseudonym, Michael Kinmarck)
"The Beating Wings," Midland, April 1908
55 Story Scenarios, fragments, etc. (holograph and typescript).
55 Essays by Thomas Wood Stevens and Alden C. Noble, (typescripts). , 1901
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55a "Four Rides of Juan Gallego," (original draft and unfinished long version).
Poems (manuscripts), 1900-1984
Unless otherwise indicated, poems are authored by Thomas Wood Stevens.
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561 Early Poems. , 1902-1921
562 Poems. , 1900-1937
563 The Pilot's Interlude, a play in four voices. , No Date
564 Two personal poems
To Louise (McPherson)
To Bertha (Jacques?)
565 Dark Discipline. , 1938
Also known as Desert Processional and Desert Vigil. Published in Theatre Arts, 1939.
566 Westward Under Vega, a novel in verse. , 1938
Published by Covicci Friede.
567 The Cactus, a heroic ballad. , 1940
568 The Gold Masks, sequel to Desert Processional.
56 Video tape of Dark Discipline, Instruction Media of the University of New Mexico. , April 1984
Plays, Scenarios, Monologues, 1905-1941
Unless otherwise indicated, plays are authored by Thomas Wood Stevens.
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571 The Spanish Main, with Alden Charles Noble. , 1905
572 Cellini of Florence. , 1906
573 Ryland, with Kenneth Sawyer Goodman. , 1912
Original script in the handwriting of both authors.
574 Rembrandt. , 1912
Scenarios and notes for a play never completed.
575 Masque of the Four Schools, Carnegie Tech (fourth episode only). , 1915
576 Pennie Gay, with B. Iden Payne. , 1921
577 Three Plays for a Personality. , 1922
578 Shagreen. (2 copies belonging to Thomas Wood Stevens and John A. Willard). , 1923
579 Seven One-Act Plays.
"Lucrezia Borgia," ca. 1906
"Down and Out," 1907
"Wireless Dispatch," 1907
"Queen's Apothecary," 1908
"Goya," 1910, with Kenneth Sawyer Goodman
"Days of Salin," 1935
"Drum Head," 1938
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581 The Bolted Door, with Cora Hardy Jarrett. , 1924
582 Monologues. , 1928-1929
"The Knitter"
"Charlotte Corday"
"Rachel"
"Judith"
"Marie Antoinette"
"Mary of Magdala"
Dierdre"
583 Venus and Adolphus. , 1938
584 Kings and Queens of England. , 1940
585 Knights of Terror, a play for boys. , 1940
586 Two Radio Scripts prepared by Thomas Wood Stevens from: Barbara, by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman and Silver Grayhound, by Thomas Wood Stevens. , 1941
587 Scenarios, plans, programs, pageants, and skits (fragments).
588 Lincoln, or The Armstrong Trial Episode (a fragment) , No Date
588 Friend Mary (a Lincoln episode). , No Date
589 Highways Cross. , ca. 1920
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58a1 Don Juan. , 1922
58a2 Don Juan, (prompt copies).
58a3 Circle of Chalk. , 1932
58a4 Circle of Chalk, (prompt copy).
58a5 The Chalk Circle. I. S. Richter version.
58a6 The Chalk Circle, Ethel Van der Veer version, (prompt copy).
58a7 I Confess, with William Beyer. , 1930
58a8 I Confess, (revisions, notes, etc.).
58a9 I Confess, (correspondence).
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58b1 The Triumph of Punchinello, a Pantomime Sequence. , 1916
58b2 Poe, with B. Iden Payne, (Acts III and IV only). , 1919-1920
58b3 Tour du Monde. , 1929
58b4-5 Tour du Monde, (prompt copies).
58b6 Tour du Monde, (miscellaneous material).
58b The Real American Romance, vol. 2, "The Golden Quest." , 1909
Published by W. H. Wise and Company as part of a series of 13 volumes, edited by Edwin Markham.
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58c Camille in Roaring Camp, (2 copies). , 1928
58c1-3 Camille in Roaring Camp, (prompt copies).
58c4-5 Camille in Roaring Camp, (correspondence). , 1928-1940
58c6 Camille in Roaring Camp, Santa Fe Fiesta Production. , 1932
58c7 Camille in Roaring Camp, Thomas Wood Stevens' notes.
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59 Caesar's God, a Byzantine Masque, with Kenneth Sawyer Goodman, Chicago: The Stage Guild. , 1913
59 The Chaplet of Pan, a masque, with Wallace Rice, Chicago: The Stage Guild. , 1912
59 The Daimio's Head, a masque of old Japan, with Kenneth Sawyer Goodman, Chicago: The Art Institute. , 1911
59 The Daimio's Head, a masque of old Japan, with Kenneth Sawyer Goodman, Chicago: The Stage Guild. , 1915
59 The Daimio's Head & Other Masques, with Kenneth Sawyer Goodman, Chicago: The Stage Guild. , 1912
Includes also, Montezuma and Quetzal's Bowl.
59 Holbein in Blackfriars, with Kenneth Sawyer Goodman, Chicago: The Stage Guild. , 1913
59 Masque of Quetzal's Bowl, with Kenneth Sawyer Goodman.
Written for the 2nd anniversary of the house warming of the Cliff-Dwellers.
59 Masques of East and West, with Kenneth Sawyer Goodman, New York: Vaughan & Gomme. , 1914
Edited by Wallace Rice with a foreword by Percy MacKaye.
59 The Nursery Maid of Heaven, and Other Plays, New York: Appleton and Company. , 1926
59 Rainald and the Red Wolf, with Kenneth Sawyer Goodman, Chicago. , 1914
The masque of the Pilgrims and the townsfolk of Lavayne. Written for the Mardi Gras Festival of the Art Student's League.
59 Ryland, with Kenneth Sawyer Goodman. Chicago: The Stage Guild. , 1912
59 Three Wishes, New York: Frank Shay. , 1920
A comedy in one act. The Stage Guild Plays, no. 4.
59 Mayorga, Margaret, Representative One-act Plays by American Authors, Boston: Little, Brown and Company. , 1923
Contains Ryland, pp. 371-396, a comedy by Thomas Wood Stevens and Kenneth Sawyer Goodman.
59 Sanford, Anne P., Pageants of our Nation, Eastern States: New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, New York: Dodd, Mead. , 1929
Contains the first movement from The Pageant of Newark, Pp. 269-296, by Thomas Wood Stevens.
59 Shay, Frank, ed., The Appleton Book of Christmas Plays, New York: D. Appleton and Company. , 1929
Contains The Duquesne Christmas Mystery, pp. 179-188, a nativity play by Thomas Wood Stevens.
59 The Nursery Maid of Heaven, Baker's Plays, Boston, Massachusetts and Denver, Colorado. , 1926
Miscellaneous Published Works, 1901-1940
Unless otherwise indicated, publications are authored by Thomas Wood Stevens.
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60 The Theatre from Athens to Broadway, New York: D. Appleton and Company. , 1932
With drawings by the author. Inscribed, "to the Thomas Wood Stevens Memorial Collection on the occasion of the author's 100th birthday, January 26, 1980, by his daughter Phoebe Stevens Mera."
60 "The Autumn of Love, a Poem," Harpers Magazine, p. 147. , 1905
60 "Three Birds," The Outer's Book: A Magazine of Outdoor interest, p. 1093. , September 1907
Sonnets.
60 "The Pageant," Poetry: a Magazine of Verse, p. 82. , May 1918
60 "The Cactus," Poetry: a Magazine of Verse, p. 173 , July 1940
60 "Desert Processional," Theatre Arts Monthly, p. 306-313. , April 1938
60 Markham, Edwin, ed., The Real America in Romance, New York: H. W. Wise and Company. , 1909-1927
Volume 2 of 15 volumes, "The Gold Quest: The Age of Conquest, 1506-1547," by Thomas Wood Stevens. Note by Mrs. Stevens on the title page.
60 The Etching of Cities, Chicago Society of Etchers. , 1913
325 copies printed.
60 Hold Redmere, with Alden Charles Noble, Ridgewood, New Jersey: Alwil Shop. , 1901
Number 154 of 450 copies printed on hand-made paper, 50 additional copies printed on Japan vellum.
60 Lettering, New York, Chicago: The Prang Company. , 1916
(2 copies).
60 The Unsought Shrine, and Titian, The Boy, Ridgewood, New Jersey, Alwil Shop. , 1901
Alwil Brochures, Series I., no. 1. This copy lacks cover and frontispiece.
60 Westward Under Vega, New York: Covicci-Friede. , 1938
60 Atchison, Topeka and Sante Fe Railway System: The California Limited. , 1902-1903
Illustrated by H. E. Townsend. "This is one of the books Mr. Stevens designed and arranged (probably wrote) when in the employ of the Sante Fe Railroad as assistant to the Advertising Department. The illustrator, Townsend, was his closest friend for forty years. Had been associated with the Blue Sky Press until it closed." Note of Mrs. Stevens.
60 Atchison, Topeka and Sante Fe Railway System: The California Limited Log Book. Sante Fe Route. , 1901?
60 "A Song for Arizona," extract from Out West. , August 1902
60 "Westward Under Vega," extracts from Survey Graphic. , December 1937, February 1938
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61 The Theatre from Athens to Broadway.
Original draft: chapters 1-16, 20-22, Typescript: chapters 1-6, 8-16.
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62 The Theatre from Athens to Broadway.
40 original drawings by Thomas Wood Stevens.
Prompt Books,
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631 Anon: Jacob and Esau. William Poel's arrangement.
632 Fletcher, John: The Elder Brother.
633 Goldoni, Carlo: The Servant of Two Masters.
634 Isben, H.: The Warriors at Helgeland.
635 Kaiser, George: Gas.
636 Leivick, H.: The Golem.
637 Rives, Amelie: Love-in-a-Mist.
638 Sheridan: The Rivals. , 1924-1925
Edited by Harrison Grey Fiske for the 150th anniversary tour.
639 Sudermann, H.: Johannes.
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64 All's Well That Ends Well , (5 copies).
64 As You Like It .
64 Comedy of Errors , (2 copies).
64 Coriolanus .
64 Hamlet .
64 King Henry VIII , (2 copies).
64 Merry Wives of Windsor .
64 A Midsummer Nights Dream .
64 Romeo and Juliet , (2 copies).
64 The Taming of the Shrew .
64 The Tempest .
64 Two Gentlemen of Verona , (3 copies).
64 Winter's Tale , (2 copies).
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65 Cannan, Gilbert: Everybody's Husband.
65 Dryden: All for Love.
In Everyman edition of Restoration Plays from Dryden to Farquhar.
65 Dumas, A. : The Tower of Nesle.
Translated by Adam L. Gowans (2 copies).
65 Euripides: The Trojan Women.
Translated by Gilbert Murray
65 Euripides: Hippolytus.
Translated by Gilbert Murray. "Prompt Book for Hypothetical Production" in Advanced Dramatic Production, University of Michigan, by Muriel Foster.
65 Euripides: Iphigenia in Tauris.
Translated by Gilbert Murray.
65 Lady Gregory: The Golden Apple.
65 Galsworthy: Escape.
65 Galsworthy: The Skin Game.
65 Garnett, Edward: The Feud.
65 Gayley, Charles Mills: The Star of Bethlehem.
65 Glaspell, Susan: Alison's House.
65 Goldoni: The Fan.
Henry B. Fuller, Translator.
65 Ibsen, H. : The League of Youth.
In Modern Library Edition.
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66 Moliere: Les Femmes Savantes.
Translated by Curtis Hidden Page
66 Moody, W. V.: The Faith Healer.
66 Parker, Maude May: Louisiana. A Pageant of Yesterday and Today.
66 Phillips, Stephen : Paolo and Francesca.
66 Poel, William: Love's Constancy.
An episode in the play of Edward the Third, arranged in on act by William Poel.
66 Selby, C.: Robert Macaire. or The Two Murderers. (2 copies).
66 Shaw, George Bernard: You Never Can Tell.
In Plays: Pleasant and Unpleasant, vol. 2.
66 Sheridan, R. B.: The Rivals.
66 Sudraka: The Little Clay Cart.
A Hindu drama attributed to King Shudraka. Music cues only.
66 Swinburne, A. C.: Atlanta in Calydon.
In Swinburne's Dramas, edited by Arthur Beatty.
66 Synge, J. M.: The Shadow of the Glen.
66 Wilde, Oscar: A Florentine Tragedy.
66 Wilde, Oscar : The Importance of Being Earnest.
In Plays.
Series VII: Etchings, No Dates
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67 Etchings: catalogs, exhibits, pamphlets.
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68 26 original etchings by Thomas Wood Stevens.
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69 17 original etchings by Thomas Wood Stevens.
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70 15 original etchings by Thomas Wood Stevens.