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1Title:  "Sound Finance" [drawing], c.1920   
 Creator:  Pease, Lute, 1869-1963 
 Notes:  Original pen and ink drawing by Lute Pease entitled "Sound Finance." The drawing depicts a bald eagle nesting on a rock emblazoned with the title. The Huntington also has the Papers of Lute Pease, 1856-1965. 
 Extent:  1 
 Subjects:  Pease, Lute, -- 1869-1963 | Editorial cartoons -- United States | Political cartoons United States 20th century | Sketches United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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2Title:  Letters and postcards of Jack Kerouac, 1957-1959   
 Creator:  Kerouac, Jack, 1922-1969 | Cru, Henri. | MacManus, Patricia, 1913-2005 
 Notes:  Letters and postcards written by Jack Kerouac to editor, writer, and critic Patricia MacManus, who at the time was Kerouac's editor and the publicity director for Viking Press. Also postcard to MacManus from Kerouac's longtime friend Henri Cru. Also included are nine photocopies of letters and postcards from Kerouac to MacManus (these cannot be copied). In these letters and postcards he talks a lot about his books, including Dharma bums and On the road, and future writing projects, religion, other editors at Viking Press, his plans for his personal life and his mother. Also included with these letters is a sketch done by Kerouac of the Virgin Mary and infant as well as a "Holy picture of Our Lady of Guadalupe" card that Kerouac carried in his wallet. This purchase also had an inscribed copy of On the road, which is in the Rare Books Department (call number 605980). It is inscribed to Patricia MacManus by Jack Kerouac. 
 Extent:  14 plus sketch and piece of ephemera. 
 Subjects:  Kerouac, Jack, -- 1922-1969 -- Correspondence | Viking Press | Authors, American -- 20th century -- Correspondence | Beats (Persons) | Ephemera | Letters (correspondence) United States 20th century | Postcards United States 20th century | Sketches United States 20th century

 
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3Title:  Pen and ink drawings, c.1920-1923   
 Creator:  Pease, Lute, 1869-1963 
 Notes:  Four original pen and ink drawings by Lute Pease. The drawings include "A Shocking Comeback" (showing a boy with an axe and pants reading "Allies," a headless turkey with a sign reading "give it back...", and a turkey head with a tag reading "Constantinople"); "When the Premiership was Vacant" (showing a lion with his tail caught in a door reading "Pressing European Problems" with an apparent George V painting a sign reading "Wanted Quick A New Keeper"); "We'll 'Emancipate' Him" (showing robbers labeled "Lenine" and "Kemal" referring to a traveler marked "Balkans"); and "Vampiring" (showing an apparent Uncle Sam writing "Internal Revenue Business" in a ledger while being attacked by a winged elephant labeled "Republican Job Raid"). The drawings appear to date from the early 1920s. The Huntington also has the Papers of Lute Pease, 1856-1965. 
 Extent:  4 
 Subjects:  Atatèurk, Kemal, -- 1881-1938 | George -- V, -- King of Great Britain, -- 1865-1936 | Lenin, Vladimir Il§ich, -- 1870-1924 | Pease, Lute, -- 1869-1963 | Editorial cartoons -- United States | Political cartoons -- United States | Politics and culture -- Europe -- 20th century | Politics and culture -- United States -- History -- 20th century | Balkan Peninsula -- History -- 1918-1945 | Soviet Union -- History -- 1917-1936 | Turkey -- History -- 1918-1960 | Political cartoons United States 20h century | Sketches United States 20th century

 
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4Title:  Forrest W. Coggan papers, 1914-2013 (bulk 1953-2001)   
 Creator:  Coggan, Forrest W. | Alexander, Hubert G. (Hubert Griggs), 1909- | Lundberg, Susan. | Reed, H. Owen, 1910-2014 | Rue, Loyal D. 
 Notes:  Binders: These binders were created by Forrest Coggan himself. They contain photographs, manuscripts, blue prints and designs, letters, etc. The binders has four sub-series: Forrest Designs, Photos-Career, Words-Career, and Correspondence. These binders cover Forrest's childhood, his experience in the US Army, his dance career, and his work as a designer, etc. (1923-2006). The binders have an index. The Correspondence series contains letters between Forrest and his family (chiefly his mother Blanche Coggan), other dancers, ex-students, authors, professors, and dance departments at universities in the United States. The Dance Notes series contains dance notes for a variety of musicals and performances. The material is made up of handwritten notes by Coggan, diagrams showing dance steps, music, related printed material, copies of photographs, programs, etc. The Manuscripts/Subject Files/Notes series includes manuscripts written by Forrest Coggan (including biographical information), notes written by Forrest Coggan, material collected by Forrest Coggan in his research, chiefly on the subject of dance. It includes handwritten manuscripts, notes, printed material, programs, teaching materials, etc. There are also two copies of Coggan's master's thesis "For the Choreographer." Subjects included are: dance (both teaching and performing), Ruth St. Denis, Teatro International, Inc. and Toyoza. The Ephemera series includes items related to different dance groups such as the Sacred Dance Guild, Teatro Internacional, World Dance Alliance, and the Valentina Oumansky Dramatic Dance Foundation, Toyoza; as well as dancers Ruth St. Denis, Rose Lee, Vija Vetra, and Ethel H. Clark; dance performances (including photographs and copies of photographs); musician Sage Gentle-Wing; and miscellaneous ephemera collected to Forrest Coggan. The material is made up of clippings, programs, photographs, fliers, articles and pages printed from the Internet, etc. The collection also contains 18 published books that belonged to Forrest Coggan. He knew many of the authors and several of the books are signed by the authors and include handwritten notes by Coggan. Topics of the books are: the Hopi Indians, North American Indians, the Mayans and ancient Mexico, and spirituality. There are two books on dance. The audio-visual material is chiefly related to Forrest W. Coggan, dance performances, Toyoza, American Indians, etc. It includes a series of productions produced by Teatro Internacional, Inc. The audio-visual material is organized by format/type and then alphabetically by title. The material includes cassette tapes, VHS tapes, CDs and DVDs, and reel-to-reel films. The Oversize series related to Forrest W. Coggan's designs including portfolios, drawings, sketchbooks, watercolors, etc. One portfolio is for Toyoza. Coggan designed costumes, theater buildings, etc. The majority of the material in this collection was organized and identified by Forrest Coggan. The cataloger kept this information and kept Coggan's order when possible. The cataloger also had Coggan's assistance in identifying items, authors, etc. The number of items in the collection is much lower than the actual number of items. The items in the binders were not counted separately but just the binder counted as "1" item. The actual number of items in the collection is much greater than 957. Other Forrest W. Coggan material can be found at the Michigan Library, Lansing, MI, and the Michigan Oral History Association, Lansing, MI, and several other institutions. 
 Extent:  957 
 Subjects:  Alexander, Hartley Burr, -- 1873-1939 | Coggan, Forrest W | Gentle-Wing, Sage | Shawn, Ted, -- 1891-1972 | St. Denis, Ruth, -- 1880-1968 | Denishawn Dancers | Jacob's Pillow | Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival | Library of Michigan | Michigan Oral History Association | Sacred Dance Guild | Teatro Internacional, Inc | World Dance Alliance | Dance -- Philosophy | Dance -- Religious aspects | Dance -- Study and teaching -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Sources | Dance teachers -- United States | Dancers -- United States | Indians of North America -- Religion | Modern dance -- History -- 20th century -- Sources | Religious dance | Theater -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Sources | Audiocassettes United States | Clippings 20th century | Ephemera 20th century | Ephemera 21st century | Letters (correspondence) United States 20th century | Letters (correspondence) United States 21st century | Magnetic tapes United States | Manuscripts United States 20th century | Manuscripts United States 21st century | Photographs United States 20th century | Photographs United States 21st century | Programs (documents) United States 20th century | Sketches United States 20th century | Watercolors (paintings) United States 20th century

 
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5Title:  John B. Goodman collection, 1919-1991   
 Creator:  Goodman, John B. (John Bartlett), 1901-1991 
 Notes:  The "California Gold Rush Fleet Encyclopedia of Vessels Sailing from the East Coast of the United States and Canada for San Francisco, December 7-1848-December 31, 1849" comprises individual histories of 762 ships as well as various subject files, arranged in alphabetical order. Goodman records a broad spectrum of information derived from a variety of sources about the multitude of Gold Rush vessels. The bulk of the manuscripts are photocopies and some are heavily annotated in the author's hand. Some histories include hand colored illustrations of maps and ships. They were written and edited between 1970-1991. Note: This collection of factual data is also made available in tabular form for "instant recall" in The Key to the Goodman Encyclopedia of the California Gold Rush Fleet as published by the Zamarano Club in 1992. The addenda box includes various illustrations, lists, and statistics regarding the California Gold Rush vessels. The contents are arranged alphabetically by subject. Boxes 13-18 contain the original typescripts to "Goodman's Encyclopedia of the California Gold Rush Fleet." The contents are arranged alphabetically by ship name. Boxes 19-23 consist of manuscripts and related matter regarding the California Gold Rush. Box 19 contains another version of Goodman's Gold Rush encyclopedia with very few corrections. Folders 5 and 6 are Goodman's draft of factual data in tabular form entitled "The John B. Goodman III Cellular Computer for the 1849 Gold Rush Fleet." Also included is a manuscript of "For California: Direct in 1849-List of Mining Companies Formed in Various States & Sailed from Various Atlantic Seaports." The last two items are photocopies and miscellaneous notes from the San Jose Pioneer. Boxes 20-21 consist of manuscripts and notes removed from two binders. The first binder housed miscellaneous materials accumulated by Goodman pertaining to the California Gold Rush vessels. Subjects found in this binder included a tally of Gold Rush vessels built, a list of ship and map illustrations, a list of arrival and departures, bibliography of works consulted, list of mining companies sailing for California, names of captains and their vessels, list of store ships, and other assorted lists. The second binder consisted of "Boats Arriving in San Francisco Bay," which are notes and excerpts extracted from the San Francisco Weekly, Tri-Weekly, and Daily Alta California. Also removed from this binder is an orange folder with a chronological list of vessels sailing from New York for California and Way Ports from December 7, 1848-December 31, 1849. The last two items in Box 21 are two books: "Index to the Argonauts of California" by Charles Warren Haskins and "A Reminiscence of Parker H. French Expedition through Texas & Mexico to California in the Spring of 1850." Boxes 22-23 consist of clippings, notes, journals, photographs, printed matter, and other materials related to the California Gold Rush. The excerpts and notes are from various publications, which include the Boston Daily Evening Transcript, New York Daily Herald, and New York Tribune. The photographs consist of images of the West from Goodman's personal collection and reproductions of San Francisco photographs from the San Francisco Public Library. The manuscripts and printed matter includes personal stories, autobiographies, and journeys of individuals such as Meredith Tarlton Moore, a soldier in the Mexican War and a trader on the California Trail, and Jacob Marhoffer, a prominent citizen of Crescent City, California. Boxes 24-27 include materials related to Goodman's unpublished manuscript "An Annotated Bibliography of California County Histories." Boxes 24-25 are photocopies of the typescript. Box 26 contains another version of Goodman's California county histories. These were once contained in a binder and appear to be an earlier version of the photocopies in Boxes 24 and 25. Box 27 includes additional pages from Goodman's bibliography. The bulk of these pages are fragments and duplicates. Other contents in Box 27 include correspondence, maps, notes, negatives and prints related to California counties. llustrations are found in Boxes 28-29 and two oversize folders. Box 28 includes pen and ink and rough sketches for John W. Wood, an unknown manuscript, in Goodman's hand. The bulk of these illustrations depict life on the Overland Trails and in the mines. The first folder consists of miscellaneous notes and maps regarding these illustrations. The contents are arranged alphabetically by the caption or title of the illustration. Some of these illustrations include preliminary sketches and prints. Box 29 includes 33 folders of miscellaneous illustrations and ephemera. The bulk of these illustrations are in the hand of Goodman while others are prints. They were possibly done in relation to his work as an art director for Paramount and Universal Studios from 1932-1946. The first oversize folder contains thirty-three printed illustrations for the Thompson and West publication of "History of Santa Barbara County, California." The second oversize folder consists of four miscellaneous sketches and ephemera. 
 Extent:  1976 
 Subjects:  Goodman, John B. -- (John Bartlett), -- 1901-1991 | Art direction | Barks (Sailing ships) | Costume design | Mineral industries -- California | Overland journeys to the Pacific -- Personal narratives | Overland journeys to the Pacific -- Pictorial works | Sailing ships | Schooners | Steamboats | Voyages and travels | Voyages to the Pacific coast -- Personal narratives | California -- Bibliography | California -- Gold discoveries -- Personal narratives | California -- Gold discoveries -- Pictorial works | California -- History -- 1846-1850 | California -- History, Local -- Bibliography | Bibliographers United States 20th century | Biographies (documents) United States 20th century | Illustrations (process) United States 20th century | Letters (correspondence) United States 20th century | Manuscripts United States 20th century | Photographs United States 20th century | Preliminary sketches (sketches) United States 20th century | Printed ephemera United States 20th century | Sketches United States 20th century

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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