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Special Collections: Guide to the Thoreau Fellowship Records

Collection title: Thoreau Fellowship Records
Collection number: MS 499
Date of collection:
 1960-
Size of collection: 14 boxes

Biography

The Thoreau Fellowship, founded on December 1, 1968, was a Maine-based society that engaged in activities connected to the study of Henry David Thoreau. It focussed on Thoreau's visits to and writings about his experiences in Maine. The Society's journal, The Thoreau Journal Quarterly, was established to publish works compatible with Thoreau's ideas. The society encouraged publication and activity in the fields of history, conservation, preservation of natural resources, and other interests of Henry David Thoreau. 

Scope and Content Note

Records of the Thoreau Fellowship, including manuscripts of writings, publications, pamphlets, reprints, and photos. Aside from a large amount of printed material, the  collection consists of the files of Thoreau Journal Quarterly editors, Mary P. Sherwood and Marie Olsen Urbanski. Subjects vary from the problems of editing a magazine with worldwide readership, dealings with subscription agencies, receiving and rejecting unsolicited manuscripts, evaluating poetry, discussing philosophical points, and raising sustaining funds. Boxes 326-332 contain newspaper clippings, postcards, reprints, letters, field notes, programs, annual reports, maps, pamphlets and magazines arranged alphabetically by author, title or topic.

Outline of the Collection

Box 326-331

Newspaper clippings, postcards, reprints, letters, field notes, programs, annual reports, maps, pamphlets and magazines arranged alphabetically by author, title or topic.

Box 332

Manuscripts, drafts of articles, proofs, correspondence and records of the Thoreau Journal Quarterly.

Box 332a

Correspondence files, clippings, reprints, mixed business papers and manuscripts, 1964-1978, in general alphabetical arrangement by correspondent, title or subject, as found.

Box 332b

Files relating to the Thoreau Journal Quarterly, 1972-1976, and files of Mary P. Sherwood.

Box 333

Magazines.

Box 978-979

The Leonard Kleinfeld Collection of Thoreauviana, arranged alphabetically. Clippings and reprints.

Box 2060

Correspondence, 1965-1986, card file box of members and subscribers.

Box 2061

Thoreau Fellowship records; printed material relating to Thoreau; and galley proofs, mock-ups and papers of the Thoreau Journal Quarterly, 1977-1981.

Box 2062

Business correspondence regarding the Thoreau Journal Quarterly, 1972-1981.

Contents of Boxes

Box 326

f 1 Adney, Tappan. Milicete Indian natural history. From: Abstract of the proceedings of the Linnaean Society of New York, no. 5, 1892-93.

f 2 Ahl, Henry Curtis. A visit to Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts. (1938)
 
f 3 Alcott, Bronson. Papers: notes, news clippings.

f 4 Alcott house. Concord, Massachusetts. Papers: notes, news clippings, postcards.

f 5 Alcott, Louisa May. A sprig of andromeda; a letter from Louisa May Alcott on the death of Henry David Thoreau. New York, Pierpont Morgan Library, 1962. Introductory note by John L. Cooley.

f 6 Alcott, Louisa May. Papers: news clippings, etc.

f 7 Alcott, Louisa May. Thoreau's Flute [a poem by Louisa] May Alcott. Berkeley Heights, N.J., Oriole Press, 1950.
 
f 8 Audubon Field Notes. Vol. 18, no. 2. Apr. 1964

f 9 Appalachia Bulletin. V. XXXI, n.s., no. 10, Nov. 1965. Boston, Appalachian Mountain Club.

f 10 Barrio, Raymond. Selections from Thoreau's Walden with introduction and illustrations by Raymond Barrio. Sunnyvale, Calif., Ventura Press, 1968.

f 11 Benton, Major T. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 12 Black Rock Forest Papers. Diameter growth of northern red oak following understory control by Jack J. Karnig and Benjamin B. Stout. Cornwall, N.Y., 1965,
no. 30.

f 13 Blanchard, Harold H. Thoreau's Concord by Harold H. Blanchard. From The Tuftonian [1944-1945?]

f 14 Book Catalog. Seven Gables Book Shop, 1971. New York.

F 15 Bulletin of the International Oceanographic Foundation. Coral Gables, Fla., Marine laboratory, U. of Miami. V. 1, no. 1, Nov., 1954.

 f 16 Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archeological Society. Attleboro, Mass., Massachusetts Archeological Society. Scattered issues from vol. 23 through vol. 28.

 f 17 Burd, Van A. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 18 Burroughs, John. Henry D. Thoreau. Century magazine, July, 1882. Reprint. 

 f 19 Buyukmihci, Hope Sawyer. Unexpected wild life refuge, animal welfare programs: papers.

f 20 Cahiers des amris de Han Ryner. Quarterly. 1969. Paris, France, Conem. Includes: L'oeuvre de nos amis H.D. Thoreau.

f 21 Christopherson, Edmund. The night the mountain fell: the story of the Montana-Yellowstone earthquake. Missoula, Montana, Makee Print., 1960.

f 22 Chute, Harold L. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 23 Clark, Sidney C. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 24 Colson, Warren H. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 25 Concord: a pilgrimage to the historic and literary center of America. Boston, Perry Walton, 1925.

f 26 Concord, Massachusetts: animals. Papers.

f 27 Concord, Massachusetts: annual report of the town of Concord, Massachusetts, for the year ending in December, 1962.

f 28 Concord, Massachusetts: artists. Papers.

f 29 Concord, Massachusetts, as the tourist sees it. From original photographs by E.F. Worcester. Boston, Hudson Printing Co., 1906.

f 30 Concord, Massachusetts: authors. Papers.

f 31 Concord, Massachusetts: birds and bird-watching. Papers.

f 32 Concord, Massachusetts: By-laws of the town of Concord, Sept. 1934.

f 33 Concord, Massachusetts: cannon. Papers.

f 34 Concord, Massachusetts: churches. Papers.

f 35 Concord, Massachusetts: the Colonial Inn. Papers.

f 36 Concord, Massachusetts: Concord Antiquarian Society. Papers.

f 37 Concord, Massachusetts: Concord Conservation Commission. Papers.

f 38 Concord, Massachusetts: the Concord Free Public Library. Papers: includes some correspondence.

f 39 Concord, Massachusetts: Concord Land Conservation Trust. Papers.

f 40 Concord, Massachusetts: the Concord Minute Men, a ceremonial unit. Papers.

f 41 Concord, Massachusetts: Concord streets. Papers.

f 42 Concord, Massachusetts: Emerson Hospital. Papers.

f 43 Concord, Massachusetts: the Emerson house. Papers.

f 44 Concord, Massachusetts: Estabrook woods and road. Papers.

f 45 Concord, Massachusetts: geology. Papers.

f 46 Concord, Massachusetts: Gowing's swamp. Papers.

f 47-48 Concord, Massachusetts: historic houses. Papers.

f 49 Concord, Massachusetts: historic sites and Minuteman Park. Papers.

Box 327

f 1 Concord, Massachusetts: history. Papers.

f 2 Concord, Massachusetts: Indians. Papers.

f 3 Concord, Massachusetts: maps. Papers.

f 4 Concord, Massachusetts: Middlesex Hotel. Papers.

f 5 Concord, Massachusetts: Mill Brook area. Papers.

f 6 Concord, Massachusetts: Mill dam. Papers.

f 7 Concord, Massachusetts: Old North Bridge and other bridges. Papers.

f 8 Concord, Massachusetts: papers, miscellaneous.

f 9 Concord, Massachusetts: residents. Papers.

f 10 Concord, Massachusetts: rivers. Papers: maps. news clippings, etc.

f 11 Concord, Massachusetts: Revolutionary War events and anniversary celebrations. Papers.

f 12 Concord, Massachusetts: schools. Papers.

f 13 Concord, Massachusetts: Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. Papers.

f 14 Concord, Massachusetts: some of its history and pictures of the points of interest. Concord, Mass., Concord Chamber of Commerce.

f 15 Concord, Mass.: a survey of the school system of Concord, Massachusetts with special reference to secondary education. 1927.

f 16 Concord, Massachusetts: Thoreau-Alcott house. Papers: includes photograph.

f 17 Concord, Massachusetts: Town government. Papers.

f 18 Concord, Massachusetts: trees. Papers.

f 19 Concord, Massachusetts: the Wayside house. Papers.

f 20 Concord, Massachusetts: Wright tavern. Papers.

f 21 The Concord Saunterer. Published by the Thoreau Lyceum. Concord, Mass. Contains all issues from vol. 1, no. 1 to vol. 3, no. 2.

f 22 Concord Town. no. 1-no. 7 (Apr. 19, 1964-Oct., 1964) Concord, Mass. Edited by Mary P. Sherwood.

f 23 Conzemius, Edward. Ethnographical survey of the Miskito and Sumu Indians of Honduras and Nicaragua. Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, 1932.
Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, bulletin 106.

f 24 Cross, E. C. The mammals of Ontario by E.C. Cross and J.R. Dymond. University of Toronto  Press, 1929.  Royal Ontario Museum of Zoology: handbook, no. 1.

f 25 Cry California: the journal of California tomorrow. Spring, 1970.

f 26 Days of civil disobedience: Henry David Thoreau's essay on the duty of civil disobedience with photographs of recent instances....in the U.S. Edited and designed by Mark Morris. New York, War Resisters League, 1970.

f 27 The Dial: an historical and biographical introduction, with a list of contributors, by George Willis Cooke. Typescript copy.

f 28 Dietz, Lew. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 29 Eckstorm, Fannie. Papers: notes and drafts of an article by Mary P. Sherwood.

f 30 Edel, Leon. Henry D. Thoreau. Minneapolis, Univ. of Minnesota Press, 1970.  (Pamphlets on American writers, n. 90)

f 31 Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Papers: notes, news clippings, photo reproductions.

f 32 Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Ralph Waldo Emerson: [catalogue of] an exhibition held at the Concord Free Public Library, May 25, 1953.

f 33 Fenn, Mary. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 34 Fleck, Richard F. Concord Rebel, a one-act play, by Richard F. Fleck. Published in Thoreau Journal Quarterly, Jan. 1971.

f 35 Fleck, Richard F. Thoreau and wilderness by Richard F. Fleck. From Appalachia.

f 36 Fleck, Richard F. Thoreau as mythologist. From Research Studies, 40 (3), September, 1972, U. of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming. French translation included.

f 37 Fowler, Thomas: genealogy. Papers. Includes genealogical information, some correspondence.

f 38 Fragments, a quarterly. V. 1, n. 1 (Jan.-March, 1963) - V. 5, n. 4 (Oct.-Dec., 1967). Bellerose, N.Y., Fragments, Inc. V. 5, n. 1 missing from series.

f 39 French, Allen. Hawthorne at the old manse.

f 40 Frome, Michael. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 41 Frontiers: 1968. Middlebury Vt., Middlebury College, 1968.

f 42 Frost, Robert. Papers: reviews.

f 43 Graubart, Rose. Portraits of poets. Martin, Tenn., Tennessee Poetry Press, 1970.

f 44 The green revolution. Edited by Mildred Loomis. Freeland, Md., Heathcote community for the school of living. v. 10. scattered issues.

f 45 Gresham, Jewel Handy. Program of At this hour, produced with the Am. Poets' Festival and Robert Nemiroff, at Nassau Comm. College, May 9-21, 1962.

Box 328

f 1 Hamilton, Franklin W. Thoreau on the art of writing by Franklin W. Hamilton. Flint, Mich., Walden Press, 1962.

f 2 Harding, Walter. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 3 Harding, Walter. Emerson, Thoreau and transcendentalism. p. 3-16. From American Literary Scholarship, 1963.

f 4 Harding, Walter. Galley proofs of the correspondence of Henry David Thoreau, edited by Walter Harding.

f 5 Harding, Walter. Henry Thoreau and Ellen Sewall. Reprinted from The South Atlantic Quarterly, v. 64, n. 1, winter, 1965.

f 6 Harding, Walter. Thoreau and Kate Brady. Reprinted from American Literature, v. 36, n. 3, Sept. 1964.

f 7 Harding, Walter. Thoreau on the lecture platform. Reprinted from the New England Quarterly, v. 24, n. 3, Sept. 1951.

f 8 Harding, Walter. Thoreau's feminine foe. Reprinted from PMLA, v. 69, n. 1, March 1954.

f 9 Harding, Walter. A Thoreauvian in Europe. International educational and cultural exchange, U.S. Advisory comm. on international educational and cultural affairs: summer 1968, v. iv, n. 1.

f 10 Harding, Walter. A Thoreauvian in Japan. International educational and cultural exchange, U.S. advisory comm. on international educational and cultural affairs: fall, 1965.

f 11 Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Papers: news clippings, reviews, etc.

f 12 Hecker, Isaac. Papers: notes.

f 13 Heebner, George and Ruth. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 14 Hosmer, Gladys (Mrs. Herbert Buttrick Hosmer) - Wheeler, Ruth (Mrs. Caleb Wheeler). Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 15 Hubbard, Mrs. Earl. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 16 Inge, M. Thomas. Thoreau's humor in Walden by M. Thomas Inge. From the Randolph-Macon College magazine, March, 1966.

f 17 Jenkins, E H A history of Connecticut agriculture by E.H. Jenkins. New Haven, Conn., Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station. Reprinted from History of Connecticut with permission of the States History Company, Inc.

f 18 Journal of the New York botanical garden. Vol. 48, no. 569, May 1947.

f 19 The journal of wildlife management. Published by the Wildlife Society. Menasha, Wisconsin, George Banta Pub. Co., April, 1948 (vol. 12, no. 2).

f 20 Kasegawa, Kol. Several articles concerning Thoreau published in Japan.

f 21-24 Kleinfeld, Leonard F. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood, 1966-1976.

f 25 Kleinfeld, Leonard F. Henry David Thoreau chronology compiled by Leonard F. Kleinfeld. Forest Hill, L.I., N.Y., 1950.

f 26 The Kingbird, publication of the Federation of New York State bird clubs.

f 27 Knickerbocker, Frances N. New England Seeker: Sarah Bradford Ripley. Reprinted from The New England Quarterly, v. xxx, n. 1, March, 1957.

f 28 Kovar, Anton. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 29 Kulkarni, H. B. Moby Dick: a Hindu avatar, a study of Hindu myth and thought in Moby-Dick by H.B. Kulkarrd. Logan, Utah, Utah State University Press, Dec., 1970.

f 30 Leary, Lewis. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood. Reprint: "Now I Adventured": 1851 as a Watershed Year in Thoreau's Career, by Lewis Leary.
ESQ V. 19, 3rd Quarter, 1973.

f 31 Lennon, Florence Becker. Three movements from the Yankee pastoral symphony. From the Throreau Journal, v. 2, n.4, Oct. 15. 1970.

f 32 The Lexington-Concord battle road, April 19, 1775. Boston, Old Colony Trust Co., 1960.

f 33 Libby, Winthrop Charles. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 34 The Literary Criterion. Edited by C.D. Narasimhaiah. Vol. 5, no. 3, winter 1962, is devoted to American literature.

f 35 Literary New England. Portland, Me., L.H. Nelson, Co., 1905. photos.

f 36 Lyford, Walter H The ecology of an elfin forest in Puerto Rico, 7: soil, root and earthworm relationships, by Walter H. Lyford.

f 37 Maine Writers' Conference Chapbook No. 13. Brunswick, Me., Pejepscot Press, 1971.

f 38 Macshane, Frank. Walden and Yoga. Reprinted from The New England Quarterly, vol. xxxvii, no. 3, Sept. 1964.

f 39 The Massachusetts Review: a centenary gathering for Henry David Thoreau. v. iv, n. 1, autumn 1962. Includes article by Mary Sherwood.

f 40 Melville, Herman. Papers.

f 41 The Memrancook conference of North American Indian young people: (conference proceedings) Memramcook, New Brunswick, July 1969. Blue Hill, Me.,
the Weekly Packet.

f 42 Minott, Henry. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 43 Miscellaneous papers: some correspondence.

f 44 Munoz, Y. Thoreau: el Quijote de Walden (the Quixote of Walden). Montevideo, Uruguay, Ediciones Voluntad, 1958.

f 45 The new settler's guide to greater Boston. Edited by Richard Bennett Talcot. Cambridge, Mass., New settler's guide, inc., v. xi, 1969-1970.

f 46 The night Thoreau spent in jail, a play by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee: news clippings and programs.

Box 329

f 1 Oelgart, Isaac J. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 2 Outdoor recreation guide for state parks and forests in Connecticut. New Haven, Conn., Connecticut forest and park assoc., 1936.

f 3 Parsons, Vesta M. Thoreau's The Maine woods: an essay in appreciation. From The Husson Review: v. 1, n. l, fall-winter, 1967-'68.

f 4 Pettinger, William. A prairie letter by William Pettinger. Selected, annotated, illustrated by David William Pettinger. (Berwick, Ontario Stormont Press, 1969.)

f 5 Phenology. Papers.

f 6 Phillips, Michael Joseph. Libretto for 23 poems. Flowers pub. co., 1968.

f 7 Poets: contemporaries of or influenced by Thoreau. Papers. Includes material on Walt Whitman and William Butler Yeats.

f 8 Pyarelal. Thoreau, Tolstoy and Gandhi ji: a trinity who evolved the weapon of non-violence. From New outlook, May, 1957.

f 9-10 Ready, George Russell. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood, 1965-1972.

f 11 Ready, George Russell. Thoreau and the telegraph. Berwick, Ontario, Stormont Press, 1969.

f 12 Reiser, Oliver L. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 13 Reiser, Oliver L. Papers. Contains a review of Reiser's book Cosmic humanism and the author's reply. From the Philosophy Forum, 1971.

f 14 Robbins, Roland Wells. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 15 Sanborn, Franklin Benjamin. Papers: notes, news clippings.

f 16 Sanford, S N F New England herbs: their preparation and use by S.N.F. Sanford. Boston, New England Museum of Natural History, 1937.

f 17-18 Schofield, Edmund. Correspondence to and from Mary Sherwood, 1969-1972.

f 19 Schwartzman, Jack. "Yes, ladies, there is an Innisfree!" (Thoreau's influence on Yeats). From Nassan Review, Spring, 1968.

f 20 Seefurth, Nathaniel H. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 21 Seefurth, Nathaniel H. Thoreau: a view frora emeritus by Nathaniel H. Seefurth. Chicago, Seefurth Foundation, 1968.

f 22 Selected resources of the island of Nantucket: an inventory and interpretation. Univ. of Mass., Cooperative Extension service [1966]

f 23 Shephard, Odell. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 24 Sherwood, Mary P. Biographical information. Certificate of appreciation to Mary Sherwood from the city of Old Town, June 6, 1976.

f 25 Sherwood, Mary P. Did Thoreau foreshadow a third culture synthesis? From World Union.

f 26 Sherwood, Mary P. Joseph Polis: Thoreau's Maine guide by Mary P. Sherwood. Foreword by George Russell Ready. Berwick, Ont., Stormont Press, 1970.

f 27 Sherwood, Mary P. Lecture engagements: correspondence.

f 28 Sherwood, Mary P. Thoreau's Penobscot Indians by Mary P. Sherwood. Reprinted from Thoreau Journal Quarterly, vol. 1, no. 1.

f 28 Sherwood, Mary P. Walden repair delayed nearly two decades. Reprinted from Thoreau Journal Quarterly.

f 29 Sherwood, Mary P. Thoreau's Penobscot Indians by Mary P. Sherwood. Berwick, Ont., Stormont Press, 1970. Published by the Thoreau Fellowship....for the Penobscot Indians of Indian Island, Old Town, in the state of Maine.

f 30 Smith, Benjamin. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 31 Smith, Marion Whitney. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 32 Smith, Marion Whitney. Thoreau's Moosehead and Chesuncook guides (Attean and Polis). Millinocket, Me., Ye Olde Print Shop, 1972.

f 33 Smith, Marion Whitney. Thoreau's West Branch guides. Millinocket, Me., Ye Olde Print Shop, 1971.

f 34 Smythe, Daniel Webster. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 35 Snowy egret. Humphrey A. Olsen, editor and publisher. Williamsburg, Ky. V. 32, n. 1, Aug. 11, 1969.

f 36 The Spirit: supplement to the Beacon publications, Thursday, April 15, 1971.

f 37 Steinbeck newsletter. Tetsumaro Hayashi, editor. Vol. II, no. 1, spring 1969.

f 38 Stewart, Charles D. A word for Thoreau by Charles D. Stewart pp. 110 - 116. From the Atlantic Monthly.

f 39 The story of the Alcotts. Condensed from Louisa May Alcott: her life, letters and journals by Ednah D. Cheney.

f 40 Thoreau center for ecological studies; University of Maine, Orono, Me. Fund raising brochure, publicity, correspondence.

f 41 Thoreau commemorative stamp. Papers. Includes news articles concerning stamp controversy and speech by Richard J. Murphy, asst. postmaster general, at stamp ceremony, July 12, 1967.

f 42 Thoreau discussion group, Concord, Mass., 1964. Papers.

f 43 Thoreau Fellowship. Newsletter: n. 1 (April 15, 1971) - n. 7 (Oct. 15, 1972). Newsletter: rough draft, n.8 (Jan.15, 1973 n.26 (July, 1977).

f 44 Thoreau Fellowship: annual meeting, July 5-6, 1969. Papers.

f 45 Thoreau Fellowship, annual meeting, April 26, 1970. Tree dedication ceremony: papers and photographs.

f 46 Thoreau Fellowship: annual meeting, June 25, 1971, Cape Cod. Papers. Includes some correspondence.

f 47 Thoreau Fellowship, annual meeting, Sept. 9, 1972. Papers.

f 48 Thoreau Fellowship: celebration of I25th anniversary of Thoreau's visit to the Maine woods, Sept. 1971, Milford and Abol Point. Correspondence.

f 49 Thoreau Fellowship: celebration of 125th anniversary of Thoreau's visit to the Maine woods, Sept. 191, Milford and Abol Point. Papers: programs, notes, news clipping and photograph of reenactment of batteau landing.

f 50 Thoreau Fellowship: chapter organization. Papers.

f 51 Thoreau Fellowship: donors. Papers: correspondence.

f 52 Thoreau Fellowship: environmental protection policy. Papers.

f 53 Thoreau Fellowship: governmental correspondence. Letters to and from Mary P. Sherwood. Includes letters from senators Edmund Muskie and Margaret Chase Smith and Governor Kenneth Curtis.

f 54 Thoreau Fellowship: Maine chapter. Correspondence.

f 55-56 Van Dore, Wade. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood, 1964-1971.

f 57 Yamasaki, Tokihiko. Beyond civil disobedience.

f 58 Yankee. v. 34, n. 9 (Sept. 1970) Dublin, N.H., Yankee, Inc. Contains: Report from Walden by Walter Harding.

f 59 Ye Patriot. Published by Minute-man publications and Concord Journal. April 7, 1960.

Box 330

f 1-5 Thoreau Fellowship: membership. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 6 Thoreau Fellowship: pamphlets and brochures.

f 7-8 Thoreau Fellowship: prospective members. Correspondence, 1965-1972.

f 9 Thoreau Fellowship: public relations. Papers: correspondence and news releases.

f 10 Thoreau Fellowship: Thoreau Island. Correspondence concerning renaming of island. Includes letters to and from Mr. and Mrs. Lore Rogers.

f 11 Thoreau Fellowship: Thoreau centers abroad. Argentina: correspondence.

f 12 Thoreau Fellowship: Thoreau centers abroad. Chile: correspondence.

f 13 Thoreau Fellowship: Thoreau centers abroad. Denmark: correspondence.

f 14 Thoreau Fellowship: Thoreau centers abroad. England: correspondence.

f 15 Thoreau Fellowship: Thoreau centers abroad. France: correspondence.

f 16 Thoreau Fellowship: Thoreau centers abroad. Germany, Italy, Spain: correspondence.

f 17 Thoreau Fellowship: Thoreau centers abroad. Jersey, Channel Islands: correspondence.

f 18 Thoreau Fellowship: Thoreau centers abroad. India: correspondence.

f 19 Thoreau Fellowship: Thoreau centers abroad. Israel: correspondence and papers.

f 20 Thoreau Fellowship: Thoreau centers abroad. Japan: correspondence.

f 21 Thoreau Fellowship: Thoreau centers abroad. New Zealand: correspondence.

f 22 Thoreau Fellowship: Thoreau centers abroad. Uruguay: correspondence.

f 23 Thoreau Fellowship: Thoreau centers abroad. Papers.

f 24-25 Thoreau Fellowship: Thoreau symposium. Papers: includes correspondence.

f 26 Thoreau Fellowship collection: a listing of the collection compiled by Mary P. Sherwood.

f 27 Thoreau Festival: Nassau Community College, Garden City, New York, 1967. Papers.

f 28-29 Thoreau Festival: University of Maine, April 24-26, 1970. Papers.

f 30 Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862. Civil disobedience. Boonton, N.J., Liberty Library, 1946. 32 p. On the duty of civil disobedience. Intro. by Gene Sharp. London, Peace News, Ltd., 1963. 24 p.

f 31 Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862. Esclavitud en Massachusetts. (Slavery in Massachusetts) Trans. by V. Munoz. Intro. by Walter Harding. Libre reproductions, 1960.

f 32 Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862. The last days of John Brown, an essay. Photocopy.

f 33 Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862. Sic vita. Silverado Press, 1962. 2 copies. [nos.66 and 153] Privately printed for Thoreau Society, 1962.

f 34 Thoreau, Henry David: Agassiz, Louis. Papers.

f 35 Thoreau, Henry David: bibliography. Papers: notes, various bibliographical listings.

f 36 Thoreau, Henry David: birthplace. Papers.

f 37 Thoreau, Henry David: Blake, Harrison. Papers.

f 38 Thoreau, Henry David: boats. Papers.

f 39 Thoreau, Henry David: book ads. Papers.

f 40 Thoreau, Henry David: cabin and calm. Papers: illustrations, notes, news clippings. Includes photographs of Walden cabin reproduction at Thoreau Lyceum.

f 41 Thoreau, Henry David: Cape Cod. Papers.

f 42 Thoreau, Henry David: centennial celebration. (Program of) centenary commemoration, May 5, 1962, at the Pierpont Morgan Library, N.Y.

f 43 Thoreau, Henry David: centennial celebration, May 6, 1962. Hall of fame ceremonies: program.

f 44 Thoreau, Henry David: centennial celebration, flower procession, May 6, 1962. Papers: news clippings, articles, etc.

f 45 Thoreau, Henry David: centennial celebration, May 6, 1962. Papers: news clippings, typescript, etc.

f 46 Thoreau, Henry David: chronological information. Papers.

f 47 Thoreau, Henry David: civil disobedience. Papers: news clippings, notes, articles.

f 48 Thoreau, Henry David: collectors and collections. Papers.

f 49 Thoreau Society booklet, no. 22. An index to the first 100 Thoreau Society bulletins, compiled by Walter Harding.

f 50 Thoreau Society booklet, no. 23. Theo Brown and Henry Thoreau. Rochester, Gaudeamus Press, 1968.

f 51 Thoreau Society booklet, no. 24. Garate, Justo. Thoreau in the Spanish language: a bibliography.

f 52 Thoreau Society booklet, no. 26. The Thoreau collectors' guide to book prices, compiled by Walter Harding. 1971.

f 53 Thoreau, Sophia. Papers: research notes, some correspondence.

f 54 Thoreau Week: University of Pittsburgh, Penna., Oct. II-15, 1971. Papers.

f 55 Tolman, Adams. Indian relics in Concord. Concord, Mass., Concord Antiquarian Society.

f 56 Williams, Eric David. Thoreau: prophet of world faith. p. 157-162. From the Aryan Path, v. 39, n. 4, April 1968.

f 57 The Wilson Bulletin: a quarterly magazine of ornithology. Published by the Wilson Ornithological Society. Lawrence, Kansas, Allen Press.

f 58 Woodson, Thomas. Thoreau on poverty and magnaminity. P. 21-34. Reprinted from PMLA, v. 85, n. I, Jan. 1970.

f 59 Woodson, Thomas. The two beginnings of Walden: a distinction of styles. P. 440-473. A reprint from ELH, a journal of English literary history, v. 35, n. 3, Sept. 1968.

f 60 World Union. v. x, n. 1, Mar. 1970. Pondicherry, India, Ashram Press. Contains article by Mary P. Sherwood.

f 6l Thoreau Society booklet, no. 30. The Thoreau Iconography by Thomas Blanding and Walter Harding. 1980.

Box 331

f 1 Thoreau, Henry David: contemporary views. Papers: news clippings and articles.

f 2 Thoreau, Henry David: correspondence. Papers.

f 3 Thoreau, Henry David: descendants of Thoreau family. Correspondence and papers.

f 5 Thoreau, Henry David: ecology. Paper.

f 6 Thoreau, Henry David: Emerson's friend. Papers.

f 7 Thoreau, Henry David: family. Papers: photo reproductions, notes.

f 8 Thoreau, Henry David: friends. Photo reproductions of Thoreau's associates.

f 9 Thoreau, Henry David: genealogy. Papers.

f 10 Thoreau, Henry David: Hall of fame celebration, May 6, 1962. Papers.

f 11 Thoreau, Henry David: handwriting facsimiles. Papers.

f 12 Thoreau, Henry David: hippies. Papers.

f 13 Thoreau, Henry David: individualist. Papers.

f 14 Thoreau, Henry David: lecturer. Papers: notes and article.

f 15 Thoreau, Henry David: lyceum. Papers: notes and article.

f 16 Thoreau, Henry David: Maine woods and mountains. Papers. Includes: news clippings, magazine articles, maps, photographs.

f 17 Thoreau, Henry David: materialism. Papers.

f 18 Thoreau, Henry David: miscellaneous papers and ads.

f 19 Thoreau, Henry David: music. Papers and notes. Includes a copy of Tom Bowling.

f 20 Thoreau, Henry David: Nantucket and New Mexico. Papers: news clippings.

f 21 Thoreau, Henry David: naturalist. Papers.

f 22 Thoreau, Henry David: Negro civil rights. Papers: news clippings and articles.

f 23 Thoreau, Henry David: New Bedford, Mass. Papers: news clippings.

f 24 Thoreau, Henry David: papers, varied. Notes, news clippings, etc.

f 25 Thoreau, Henry David: Parkman house, Concord, Mass. Papers.

f 26 Thoreau, Henry David: philosophy. Papers: news clippings, articles.

f 27 Thoreau, Henry David: photo reproductions of contemporary portraits of Henry David Thoreau. Includes news clippings and advertising copy.

f 28 Thoreau, Henry David: poems about Thoreau. Papers.

f 29 Thoreau, Henry David: railroads. Papers and notes.

f 30-31 Thoreau, Henry David: reviews and essays. Papers: news clippings, book reviews and articles about Thoreau.

f 32 Thoreau, Henry David: spring equinox, 1966. Papers: news clippings, notes, drafts of articles.

f 33 Thoreau, Henry David: subject for advertising. Papers: news clippings, etc.

f 34 Thoreau, Henry David: subject for cartoonists. Papers: various cartoons.

f 35 Thoreau, Henry David: subject for essayists. Papers

f 36 Thoreau, Henry David: subject for playwrights. Papers.

f 37 Thoreau, Henry David: surveyor. Reproduction of advertisement. A Catalog of Thoreau's Surveys in the Concord Free Public Library, ed. by Marcia Moss.

f 38 Thoreau, Henry David: telegraph. Papers: notes and article.

f 39 Thoreau, Henry David: the Texas house. Papers.

f 40 Thoreau, Henry David: transcendentalism and symbolism. Papers: notes, some correspondence.

f 41 Thoreau, Henry David: unpublished material. Papers: news clippings and articles.

f 42 Thoreau, Henry David: Walden, pond and book. Papers: news clippings and articles.

f 43 Thoreau, Henry David: walking. Papers: news clippings and articles.

f 44 Thoreau, Henry David: wilderness preservation. Papers: news clippings and articles.

f 45 Thoreau, Henry David: wild-flowers. Papers.

f 46 Thoreau, Henry David: women associates. Papers: news clippings and articles.

f 47 Thoreau Lyceum. Brochures.

f 48 Thoreau Lyceum. The Concord Saunterer, newsletter of the Thoreau Lyceum: papers. Contains drafts and edited material for several editions.

f 49 Thoreau Lyceum. Correspondence: letters to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 50 Thoreau Lyceum. Exhibit material and exhibitors: papers.

f 51 Thoreau Lyceum. News clippings concerning the Lyceum or Thoreau.

f 52-53 Thoreau Lyceum. Papers. Includes statement of purpose, reasons for organization; also drafts of brochure.

f 54 Thoreau Lyceum. Photographs. 18 items. Most photos identified on reverse side.

f 55 Thoreau Lyceum. Texas house fund letters, 1966.

f 56 Thoreau money: war tax protest. Printed by the committee for nonviolent action. Distributed at Thoreau Society meeting, Concord, Mass., July, 1962.

f 57 Thoreau pencil purchased by Julia Ward Howe: gift of Mrs. Howe's grandchildren. Includes correspondence with John Richards, Mrs. Howe's grandson.

f 58 Thoreau pencil factory: papers and pencils. Includes two Thoreau pencils.

f 59 Thoreau Society. Papers. Includes programs of annual meetings; news clippings; some correspondence.

f 60 Number was skipped in preparing finding aid; there is no folder 60.

f 61 Thoreau Society Booklet, no. 1. Material presented at Concord, Mass., July 12, 1941, on the occasion of the first meeting of the society. Chapel Hill, Orange Printshop, 1942.

f 62 Thoreau Society Booklet, no. 4. Thoreau's incarceration (as told by his jailer) by [Samuel Arthur Jones]. Reprinted from the Inlander, Ann Arbor, Mich., Dec., 1898.

f 63 Thoreau Society Booklet, no. 6. Alcott, May. Concord scenes. 1949.

f 64 Thoreau Society Booklet, no. 7. Allen, Francis H. Thoreau's editors: history and reminiscence. Monroe, N.C., 1950.

f 65 Thoreau Society booklet, no. 8. An index to the first ten years of Thoreau Society publications, compiled by Walter Scott Houston.

f 66 Thoreau Society booklet, no. 10. The Concord Freeman: Thoreau annex. Reprinted from the files of the Concord Freeman, 1880.

f 67 Thoreau Society booklet, no. 13. Todd, Mabel Loomis. The Thoreau family, two generations ago. Berkely Heights, N.J., Oriole Press, [c. 1958].

f 68 Thoreau Society booklet, no. 15. Shanley, J. Lyndon. Pleasures of Walden.

f 69 Thoreau Society booklet, no. 16. Harding, Walter, ed. Thoreau's Minnesota journey: two documents. Geneseo, N.Y., 1962.

f 70 Thoreau Society booklet, no. 20. Harding, Walter, ed. Sophia Thoreau's scrapbook. Geneseo, N.Y., 1964. Photocopy. From the collection of George L.
Davenport, Jr.

f 71 Thoughts of Henry David Thoreau: a keepsake booklet from Kimberly-Clark Corp. Includes samples of Thoreau vellum.

Box 332

f 1 Thoreau Journal Quarterly. Financial records.

f 2 Thoreau Journal Quarterly. Papers.

f 3- Thoreau Journal Quarterly, 1969-1974, 1976. Papers. Manuscripts, drafts of articles, proofs, correspondence.

Box 332a

f 1 Concord - Carlisle adult education. List of courses 1964-1965.

f 2 Declaration of Dependence; July 4, 1976. American poets and artists petition for a corrective program of strict coordination with nature.

f 3 Del Vecchio, John. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 4 Fleck, Richard F. Correspondence 1975- .

f 5 Fleck, Richard P. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 6 Fleck, Richard F. The Intruders, a one act play by Richard F. Fleck.

f 7 Fleck, Richard F. Thunder In the Rockies, Echoes from the Wilderness. Issue no.1, winter 1975. The Thoreau Fellowship.

f 8 Fleck, Richard F. John Muir's Evolving Attitudes toward Native American Cultures. Reprint, American Indian Quarterly, v. 4, no.1, Feb. 1978.

f 9 Greeley, Dana McLean. Thoreau In these times, talk given at First Parish In Concord, Mass. July 19, 1973.

f 10 Hendren, Kenneth. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 11 Indian Island cabin. Correspondence.

f 12 Katahdin Ironworks, Hermitage. Correspondence concerning acquisition of log cabins.

f 13 Nutting, A.D. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 14 Old Town Museum. Bicentennial project.

f 15 Penobscot River and Thoreau trail. Correspondence.

f 16 Rindge, Jeanne Pontios. Correspondence with Mary F. Sherwood.

f 17 Robbins, Roland Wells. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 18 Rosellep, Raymond. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 19 Schemnitz Sanford D. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 20 Schofield, Edmund. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 21 Sherwood, Mary P. Correspondence concerning Walden Community Group in Edmonton, Alberta.

f 22 Sherwood, Mary P. Correspondence with Mr. Henry A. Plummer.

f 23 Thoreau, Henry David. Correspondence re: making a Thoreau documentary film, 1970-1972.

f 24-29 Thoreau Fellowship. Member correspondence, 1973-

f 30 Thoreau Fellowship, annual meeting August, 1973. Papers.

f 31 Thoreau Fellowship. Invitations to serve on the board of directors.

f 32 Thoreau Fellowship. Memos to executive board members.

f 33-38 Thoreau Fellowship: membership. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

Box 332b

Thoreau Journal Quarterly, 1975-1977. Papers: Includes manuscripts, drafts of articles, proofs, correspondence.

Box 333

f 1 Thoreau Journal Quarterly. Invitations to become an editor.

f 2 Trailside museum. Correspondence.

f 3 Urbanski, Merle. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 4 Van Dore, Wade. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 5 Volunteer and federal grant workers. Correspondence.

f 6 Waite, Robert. Correspondence to and from Mary P. Sherwood.

f 7 Reid, Helen. Letters to Mrs. Becker.

f 8 Bell, Charles G. The Faustian walker, manuscript.

f 9 Rotella, Guy. Maine eagle, manuscript.

f 10 Fleck, Richard F. Further selections from the Indian Notebooks, ed. by Richard Fleck.

f 11 Thoreau Fellowship. History and plans.

f 12 Thoreau Fellowship. Letter announcing the founding of the Thoreau Fellowship National and International, Dec. 1968.

f 13 Thoreau Fellowship. Constitution and by-laws.

f 14 Lower Sioux Agency and Interpretive Center. Brochure.

f 15 Minneapolis Public Library and Information Center. Bibliographies.

f 16 Thoreau, Henry David. Letter: June 28, 1861, Milwaukee, to Dr. Anderson. Typescript.

f 17 Thatcher, Samuel Jr. Letter: May 26, 1861, St. Anthony, to Dr. Anderson. Typescript.

f 18 Dickinson, Emily. Letters, two facsimile copies of letters sent by Emily Dickinson to Mrs. Henry F. Hills (nee Mary A. Spencer).

f 19 Thoreau Fellowship. Letters inquiring about the position of Thoreau Fellowship director.

Folio Abstracts of English studies. John B. Shipley, editor-in-chief. Boulder, Colorado, National Council of teachers of English, Jan. 1970 - Apr. 1972. 23 items.
Contain references to Thoreau.

Folio After Akwesasne notes: where the partridge drums, newspaper of the Mohawk nation. Published by Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn. Various issues.
(shelved after Thoreau, Henry David: Harvard diploma, Box 332) photocopy.

Folio Bulletin of Marine Science of the Gulf and Caribbean. Coral Gables, Fla., Univ. of Miami Press. 15 issues. 1951-1954

Folio The Emerson Society Quarterly. Scattered issues: 1955-1961.

Folio Maine Central Railroad Magazine. Scattered issues: vol. vi - vol. xi.

Folio Thoreau, Henry David: Harvard diploma, photocopy.

Folio Thoreau Fellowship scrapbook.

Folio The Thoreau Society Bulletin. No. 1 - no. 119. Missing from series: nos. 14, 28, 50, 88, 111. Nos. 1-9 are reprints of the originals.

Box 333 Folio
 
Thoreau Lyceum. Historical papers, 6 folders. Sealed until May 6, 2017.

Box 978
 
Thoreau Fellowship. History, 1 folder. Sealed until May 6, 2017.

Box 978
 
Adams, R. W. Thoreau, Henry David. By. R. W. Adams and H. S. Canby. Reproduced from the Dictionary of American Biography, 1936, vol. XVIII, pp.491-497.
Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Allison, Elliott S. Thoreau in Vermont. In Vermont Life, vol. IX, no.1, Autumn, 1954, pp.11-13. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Allison, Elliott S. A Thoreauvian on Red Hill. In Yankee, vol. 14, n. 6, June, 1950 pp.36-38+. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Ayres, Philip W. Mountain trails in New England. In The American Review of Reviews, July, 1917, pp.79-82. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Bartlett, William Irving. Jones Very - the Harvard years. Bound with Emerson and Jones Very by Carlos Baker. Bartlett' s Jones Very is from The Essex Institute Historical Collections, July, 1938, pp.213-238. Baker's Emerson and Jones Very is from The New England Quarterly. March, 1934, pp.90-99. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.
 
Bazalgette, Leon. Henry Thoreau, bachelor of nature. Review in The Dial, March. 1925, p. 232-235. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Benson, Adolph B. Scandinavian influences in the writing of Thoreau. Reprinted from Scandinavian Studies, vol. 16, no. 6, May 1941 and vol. 16, no. 7, August, 1941.
Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Bode, Carl. Thoreau and his last publishers. Reprinted from The New England Quarterly, vol. XXVI, no. 3, September, 1953, pp. 383-387. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Bode, Carl. Thoreau the actor. Reproduced from The American Quarterly, no date, pp.247-252. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Book reviews. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Boyd, David. Thoreau, the rebel idealist. In Americana, January, 1936, pp.89-118 and April, 1936, pp.286-323. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Brickell, Herschel. A Thoreau pilgrimage. In North American Review, vol. 238, no. 4, October, 1938, pp.376-377. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.
 
Brooks, Van Wyck. The Cassandra of New England. Bound with The paradox of Thoreau by Odell Shepard and Hawthorne by W. C. Brownell. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Buranelli, Vincent. The case against Thoreau. In Ethics, vol. LXVII, no. 4, July, 1957. pp.257-268. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Burns, John M. The last rite of sylvan spring. In Natural History, vol. LXXXIV, no. 8, October, 1975, p. 120.

Burroughs, John. Henry D. Thoreau. Clipped from the Library of the World's Best Literature, vol. 25, 1897, pp. 14871-14876. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Burroughs, John. The last harvest. Review in The North American Review, vol. 216, no. 5, November, 1922, pp.712-713. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Byron, Gilbert. Thoreau's Mountain: Monadnock. In Forest Notes: New Hampshire's Conservation Magazine, no. 98, Summer, 1968 pp.3-6. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Canby, Henry Seidel. Thoreau. Review in The Yale Review, vol. XXIX, no. 2, Winter, 1940, pp.416-418. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Canby, Henry Seidel. Thoreau and the machine age. Clipped from The Yale Review, Spring, 1931 pp.517-531. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Channing, W. H. Henry Thoreau, the poet-naturalist. In The British Quarterly Review, no. 117, January, 1875, pp.94-101. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Collyer, Robert. Clear grit: a collection of lectures, addresses and poems. Boston, American Unitarian Association, 1913. [294-310] Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Combellack, C. R. B. Two critics of society - Marx and Thoreau. In The Pacific Spectator, vol. III, no. 4, Autumn, 1949, pp. 440-445. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Davenport, Elizabeth B. Thoreau in Vermont in 1856. Reproduced from the Vermont Botanical Club Bulletin, 3, April, 1908 pp. 36-39. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Davidson, Frank. Thoreau's hound, bay horse, and turtle-dove. Reprinted from The New England Quarterly, vol. XXVII, no. 4, December, 1954. pp.521-524. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Duster, Mark. Henry Thoreau. In Portraits by Mark Duster. New York, Linden Publishers, 1975, pp.10-12. Also includes Emerson on Thoreau, p.12. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Editor's easy chair. Review of Sanborn's Life of Thoreau. Reproduced from Harper's New Monthly Magazine. vol. LXV, September, 1882, pp. 631-632. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Egoism as taught by Thoreau. Clipped from The Eagle and the Serpent: A Journal of Egoistic Philosophy and Sociology, no. 2, April 15, 1898. p.18. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Eidson, John Olin. Charles Stearns Wheeler: Emerson's "Good Grecian." Reprinted from The New England Quarterly, vol. XXVII, no. 4, December, 1954, pp. 472-483.
Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Fields, James T. Our poet-naturalist. Reproduced from Papyrus Leaves, New York, R. Worthington, 1880, pp.31-36. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Flanagan, John T. Thoreau in Minnesota. In Minnesota History: A Quarterly Magazine, vol. 16, no. 1, March, 1935, pp.35-46. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Foerster, Norman. The intellectual heritage of Thoreau. In The Texas Review, vol. II, no. 3. January, 1917, pp.192-217. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Foerster, Norman. Thoreau as a poet. Reproduced from The Harvard Monthly, October, 1909, pp.18-22. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Frost, Ruth H. Theo Brown, friend of Thoreau. In Nature Outlook, vol. II, no. 3, May, 1944, pp.15-19. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Frost, Ruth H. Thoreau's Worcester friends II: Harrison G. O. Blake. In Nature Outlook, vol. III, no. 3, May 1945, pp.116-118. Completed in November, 1945, vol. IV, no. I, pp.16-18. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Frost, Ruth H. Thoreau's Worcester visits. In Nature Outlook, vol. I, no. 7, February, 1943, pp.9-15. Response from Walter Harding in November, 1943, p.16. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Glick, Wendell P. Thoreau and the "Herald of Freedom." Reprinted from The New England Quarterly, vol. XXII, no. 2, June, 1949, pp.193-204. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Gohdes, Clarence. Henry Thoreau, bachelor of arts. In The Classical Journal, vol. XXIII, no. 5, pp. 323-336. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Gozzi, Raymond D. Reviews of The variorum Walden and Collected poems of Henry Thoreau. Reproduced from The New England Quarterly, September, 1964, pp.393-397.

Griswold, Hattie Tyng. Personal sketches of recent authors. Chicago, A.C. McClure and Co., 1898. [298-315] Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Harding, Walter. A bee-line with Thoreau. Bound with The Concord River by Richard C. Potter. In Nature Outlook, vol. III, no. 2, February, 1945, pp.20-21 and 2-7, 21-25
respectively. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Harding, Walter. Henry D. Thoreau, instructor. In The Educational Forum, vol. XXIX, no. I, November, 1964, pp.89-97. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Harding, Walter. The influence of Thoreau's lecturing upon his writing. In Bulletin of the New York Public Library, vol. 60, no. 2, pp.4-80. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Harding, Walter. Thoreau and bird songs celestial. In Audubon Magazine, vol. XLVI, no. 4, July-August, 1944, pp.234-236. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Harding, Walter. Thoreau and Mann on the Minnesota River. In Minnesota History, vol. 37, no. 6, June, 1961, pp.225-228. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Harding, Walter. Uncle Charlie comes to Concord: a portrait of Thoreau's bachelor uncle. In Nature Outlook, vol. VII, no. 1, Fall, 1948, pp.7-9. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Henry D. Thoreau memorial tree. Description of service in Flower and Feather, vol. III, no. 4, October, 1947. p.83. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Hoeltje, Hubert H. Thoreau and the Concord Academy. Reprinted from The New England Quarterly, vol. XXI, no. I, March, 1948, pp.103-109. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Hubert, Philip G., Jr. At Thoreau' s pond. Reproduced from The Book Buyer, vol. XIV, no. 6, July, 1897, op.549-557. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Ilex, Arbor. Camps and tramps about Ktaadn. In Scribner's Monthly, vol. XVI, no. I, May, 1878, pp.33-47. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Kelley, Richard. April in Concord. Clipped from Yankee, April, 1975. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Kennedy, William Sloane. A new estimate of Thoreau. In The Penn Monthly, vol. XI, no. 130, October, 1880, pp.794-808. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Krutch, Joseph Wood. Who was Henry Thoreau? In Saturday Review, August, 19, 1967, pp.18-19, 46. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Leighton, Walter. Henry Thoreau - an estimate. Clipped from The Arena, vol. XVII, November, 1903, pp.689-698. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Lucas, Alec. Thoreau, field naturalist. In University of Toronto Quarterly, vol. XXIII, no. 3, April, 1954, pp.227-232. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Box 979
 
Mabie, Hamilton W. Thoreau, a prophet of nature. In The Outlook, vol. 80, no. 3, June 3, 1905, pp.278-282. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Marble, Annie Russell. Where Thoreau worked and wandered. In The Critic, vol. XL, no. 6, June, 1902, pp. 509-516. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Markle, C[arl]. Some random thoughts from a distant neck of the woods. In Yclept, vol. III, no. 3, 1970, p.35. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

McKee, Christopher. Thoreau's first visit to the White Mountains. Clipped from Appalachia, December 1956, pp.199-209. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

McLeod, Malcolm James. The culture of simplicity. New York, Fleming H. Revell Co., 1904. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Merrifield, Richard. 100 years after: Thoreauvians celebrate Walden's centennial. In Yankee, vol. 18, no. 7, July, 195, pp.68-71. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Millington, Mrs. L. A. Thoreau and Wilson Flagg. Reproduced from Old and New, April, 1875, pp. 460-464. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Nadeau, Raymond. Walden raped. In New England Review, vol. I, no. 2, July-August, 1969, pp.14-15. Reply in Sept.-October, 1969 issue, pp. 3, 38.

Nelson, Truman. Thoreau and the paralysis of Individualism. In Ramparts, March, 1966, pp.16-76. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

New England Quarterly excerpts. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Okumura, Osamu. Miller et le moi authentique. In Syntheses, no. 249-250, February/March, 1967, pp. 89-95. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Otter, J. L. Thoreau.
Reproduced from Nature Notes: The Shelborne Society's Magazine, v.12, no. I, December, 15, 1890, pp.185-188. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

P, B. J. Review of Autumn. Reproduced from Vassar Miscellany, November, 1892, pp. 92-94. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Post, Charlotte M. Cape Cod wonders. In Nature Outlook, vol. VII, no. I, Late Fall, 1953, pp. II, 41. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Pyarelal. Thoreau, Tolstoy and Gandhiji. In New Outlook, vol. 10, no. 5, May, 1957, pp. 3-11. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Rady, G. R. Thoreau. In The Blue Bell, vol. 41, no. 4, April, 1962, pp. 26-78. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Rickett, Arthur. The vagabond in literature. London, J. M. Dent & Co., 1906. [89-114] Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Sanborn, F. B. The homes and haunts of Emerson. In Scribner's Monthly, vol. XVII, no. 4, February, 1879, pp. 496-511. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Sanders, Frederick K. Mr. Thoreau's time bomb. In National Review, vol. XX, no. 22, June 4, 1968, pp.541-547. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Sanborn, Alvah W. A naturalist on the Allagash. Clipped from Down East, October, 1967, pp. 80-85. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Selincourt, Hugh de. Thoreau. In The Oxford Point of View, vol. I, no. 2, June, 1902, pp.91-98. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Shepard, Odell, ed. The heart of Thoreau's journals. Review in The Yale Review, vol. XVII no. 3, April, 1928, pp.615-616.

Sic vita! Henry David Thoreau 1862-1962. Privately printed for The Thoreau Society by The Silverado Press. 1962. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Spiegel, Marshall. A Thoreau lock at Cape Cod. In Scholastic Voice, vol. 49, no. 13, January, 11, 197l, pp. 7-5. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Stanley, Hiram M. Thoreau as prose writer. Bound with Thoreau and his critics by Gilbert P. Coleman. Stanley reproduced from The Dial, October, 1896, pp.179-182, and Coleman reproduced from The Dial, June I, 1906, pp. 353-356. Glft of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Stewart, Randall. The Concord group: a study in relationships. In The Sewanee Review, October-December, 1936, pp.434-446. Bound with Walden re-visited by George Shelton Hubbell and Thoreau as artist by Norman Foerster. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Stidham, Melissa. Thoreau's Walden for high school study. Bound with Henry David Thoreau - a pioneer in the field of education by Harry Elmore Hurd. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Stoddard, Donald R. The relevance of Walden. In Skidmore Alumnae Magazine, vol. 47, no. 4, Spring, 1969, pp. 1-6. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Stoller, Leo. Thoreau's doctrine of implicity. Reproduced from The New England Quarterly, vol. XXIX, no. 4, Dec., 1956, pp. 443-461. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Swanson, Evadene Burris. The manuscript journal of Thoreau's last journey. In Minnesota History, vol. 20, no. 2, June, 1939, pp. 169-173. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Thompson, Wade C. The "uniqueness" of Henry David Thoreau. In Punch, no. 24, October, 1965, pp. 18-25. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862. Cape Cod. In Putnam's Monthly, June, July, August, 1855. Bound with An excursion to Canada, January, February, March, 1853 by
Thoreau and A Yankee Diogenes by Charles F. Briggs in Putnam's Magazine, October, 1854, pp. 443-448. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862. Days and nights in Concord. In Scribner's Monthly, vol. XVI, no. 5, September, 1878, pp. 721-728. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862. Journal excerpts; The highland light; The Wellfleet oysterman; Chesuncook. Bound with a review of the Maine woods by Thomas W. Higginson. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Thoreau Island. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Thoreau Island. In Down East, vol. XIV, no. 3, October 1967, p.19. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Volkman, Arthur C. Thoreau on the Brandywine. In Delaware Today, vol. 6, no. 3, August-September, 1967, pp. 14-15. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

The Washington and Jefferson Literary Journal: Thoreau issue. The Washington and Jefferson Literary Journal, vol. I, no. 1, 1966.

Weaver, Richard H. Two types of American individualism: John Randolph and Henry Thoreau. In Modern Age, vol. VII, no. 2, Spring, 1963, pp.119-136. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Willson, Lawrence. Thoreau and New England's weather. In Weatherwise, vol. 12, no. 3, June, 1959, pp.91-94. Gift of Leonard Kleinfeld.

Box 2060

f1 Correspondence, book reviews, 1977-1981

f2 Correspondence, contributors to Thoreau Journal Quarterly, 1980-1981, A-F

f3 Correspondence, contributors to Thoreau Journal Quarterly, 1980-1981, G-Y

f4 Correspondence, contributors to Thoreau Journal Quarterly, 1977-1981

f5 Correspondence, contributors to Thoreau Journal Quarterly and Marie Urbanski, 1977-1981

f6 Correspondence, donors, 1964-1972

f7 Correspondence, Richard Fleck, 1970-1979

f8 Correspondence, Fund-raising and editorship changes, 1972-1984

f9 Correspondence, Fund-raising, 1965-1970

f10 Correspondence, Fund-raising, 1969-1972

f11 Correspondence, Anne Howe

f12 Correspondence, general, 1978-1983

f13 Correspondence, inquiries about the Society, 1977-1981

f14 Correspondence, Madeline Lane

f15 Correspondence, Library of Congress and Internal Revenue Service, 1978-1980

f16 Correspondence, membership and other correspondence, 1977 onward

f17 Correspondence, poetry pending, 1969-1979

f18 Correspondence, poetry rejections

f19 Correspondence, review, 1970-1974

f20-21 Correspondence and papers, Mary Sherwood, 1970-1984

f22 Correspondence, Thoreau Center for Ecological Studies at Orono, 1970

f23 Correspondence, University of Maine at Orono, 1972-1978

f24 Correspondence, Marie Urbanski, 1980

f25 Correspondence, Wade Vandore, 1978-1979

f26 Grant and scholarship information, 1970-1973

f27 Miscellaneous Fellowship papers, 1968-1979

Card file box: Old member and subscriber cards

Box 2061 Series I

f1 Thoreau Fellowship Society: correspondence with Fogler Library, 1972-1978

f2 Thoreau Fellowship Society: history compiled by Mary Sherwood, 1970, annual reports, etc.

f3 Thoreau Fellowship Society: membership

f4 Thoreau Fellowship Society: vitae of contributors and editors

Box 2061 Series II

f1 Printed materials and manuscripts

f2 Garate, Justo. Thoreau in the Spanish Language: A Bibliography

f3 Japanese material

f4 Polis genealogy (of Polis Mitchell)

f5 Research in Review, 1993-1994; Environmental News, 1978

f6 Van Dore, Wade. “Declaration of Dependence,” Saturday Review, 1976

f7 Wittler, Janet. Henry David Thoreau - A Curriculum Model in Multi-Media, 1972

f8 Thoreau Fellowship Newsletter, 1971-1980

Box 2061 Series III

f1-18 Thoreau Journal Quarterly galley proofs, mock-ups and material, 1977-1981

Box 2062

f1 Business correspondence, inquiries

f2 Business correspondence, subscriptions, 1969-1980

f3 Business correspondence, subscription agencies

f4-23 Business correspondence, receipts, requests by state, A-W

f24 Business correspondence, receipts, requests, Canada

f25-26 Business correspondence, receipts, requests, Europe

f27 Financial records, University of Maine account, 1978-1981

f28 Financial records, receipts

f29-30 Financial records, bank statements and checks, 1977-1982

 

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