Item Details

Letters and Manuscript of Arthur Chapman [manuscript] 1905 December 26, 1907 January 4, 1919, June 25.

Chapman, Arthur
Format
Manuscript/Archive
Language
English
Variant Title
Arthur Chapman letters
Summary
First letter to Franklin Pierce Adams discuss in detail his newspaper career, leaving routine work for magazine and syndicate work, and, briefly, his hope that Adams will attend the 1906 newspaper club men's meeting in Denver and how Chapman can be reached during an upcoming trip to the Southwest.
Second letter to Adams discusses in detail working over some western verses into a short story and his love of Wyoming, and, briefly, a column of parodies, a Los Angeles trip, and the "funny man at the Post."
Third letter to Charles Gallup discusses sending a manuscript copy of the poem [Indians in khaki], which appeared in the N.Y. American.
Fourth item is manuscript of poem, "Indians in khaki," about Native Americans in military service during World War I.
Description
4 items.
Cite as
William E. Chandler Letters and Poem, 1905-1919, in the Clifton Waller Barrett Library, Accession #13139, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
Notes
Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
Biographical Note
Arthur Chapman, American poet and writer.
Franklin P. Adams, b. November 15, 1881, d. March 23, 1960, worked for forty years as a leading New York newspaper daily columnist and wit; during World War I served in France as a captain in the US Intelligence Service.
Technical Details
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    a| Third letter to Charles Gallup discusses sending a manuscript copy of the poem [Indians in khaki], which appeared in the N.Y. American.
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