Miller, Joaquin. At the Grave of Walker In Conrad Aiken's American Poetry, 1671-1929. Modern Library. [OAK] [GAR] [MGK]
-----. Columbus. Music by E.S. Hosmer. Boston: Oliver Ditson Company; New York: Chas. H. Ditson & Co.; Chicago: Lyon & Healy, Inc.; London: Winthrop Rogers, Ltd. 1929. [See also 1926, 1917, 1915.] [MGK]
-----. Columbus and Kit Carson's Ride. In A.H. Quinn's The Literature of America. New York: Scribner's. [OAK] [MGK]
-----. --------- The Out of Door Book. Vol. 7 of The Children’s Hour [MGK]
“Coolidge Demands Further Economies; He Tells Government’s Business Organization
Budget Paring Must Continue. Warns Deficit is Possible. Rising Local and State Expenses Held a Menace to Flourishing Nation.” New York Times (29 January 1929): 1-3. Author quotes Joaquin’s lines defining a hero. [MCK]
DeCastro, Adolph. Portrait of Ambrose Bierce. New York and London: The Century
Company, 1929. 351pp. 18, 62, 139-140. [RCL] [MAR] [MGK] [MCK] [Also
published in 1974, New York: Beekman Publishers, 1974. 351pp. [WC] [MGK] [MCK]
Encyclopedia Britannica. 14th Edition. London & New York. 1929. [PET] [MGK]
Ghent, W. J. The Road to Oregon, A Chronicle of the Great Emigrant Trail. New York:
Longman, Green & Company, 1929. 274pp. [WC] [HGT] [MGK] [MCK] [Also published in 1934, 1970 and 1971]
Grattan, C. Hartley. Bitter Bierce, A Mystery of American Letters. Garden City:
Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1929. 291pp. 49, 68. [RCL] [WC] [MGK] [MCK] [Also published in 1966]
Hawthorne, Julian. Shapes That Pass: Memories of Old Days. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 1929. pp. 78-83. [PMC] [RCL] [MGK]
Hearn, Lafcadio. Essays on American Literature. Edited by Sanki Ichikawa, with an
Introduction by Albert Mordell. Tokyo: The Hokuseido Press, 1929. 203-21l.
[RCL] [MGK] [MCK]
Hunt, Rockwell D. and Nellie Van De Grift Sánchez. A Short History of California.
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1929. 671pp. 624. [MULT] [MCK] [Also published in 1937] [WC]
Briefly notes that Miller’s tributes to the ‘49ers “have served to
immortalize the American Argonauts, and . . . ‘Columbus’ has taken rank with the great poems of literature”
Johnson, Merle, ed. American First Editions. New York: R. R. Bowker and Company,
1929. 242pp. 153-155. [WC] [RCL] [Also published 1932, 1936, 1942, 1947, 1949, 1962, 1965 and 1969]
Kreyborg, Alfred. Our Singing Strength; An Outline of American Poetry [1620-1930]. New York: Coward-McCann, Inc. 643 pages. [CCL:179, 181] [RCL 179-182] [Also published in 1929 as A History of American Poetry; Our Singing Strength. New York: Tudor Publishing Company, 1929. 643pp. [WC] [MULT] [MGK] [MCK] [Also published in 1934]
Leisy, Ernest Erwin. American Literature: An Interpretive Survey. New York: Thomas
Y. Crowell Company, 1929. 299pp. 165-166. [RCL] [CCL: 165] [PET] [WC] [MGK] [MCK]
McWilliams, Carey. Ambrose Bierce, A Biography. New York: Albert and Charles Boni, 1929. 358pp. [WC] [Also published in 1967 with a new Introduction. New York: Archon Books, 1967. 358pp. 83, 100-101, 205-206. [PSU] [WC] [MGK] [MCK]
Neale, Walter. Life of Ambrose Bierce. New York: Walter Neale, Publisher. 1929. 489pp. [Also published in 1969, New York: AMS Press, 1969. 489pp. 27, 88, 329, 440 [RCL] [WC] [PSU] [MGK] [MCK]
Phillips, Charles. “Memoir.” In Wings of Sunset by Ina Coolbrith. Boston and New
York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1929. 214pp. xiii-xxxviii. [RCL] [WC]
Russell, Charles Edward. An Hour of American Poetry. 1st Edition. Philadelphia: J. B.
Lippincott Company, 1929. 165pp. 130-131. [RCL] [WC] [MGK] [MCK]
Wagner, Harr. Joaquin Miller and His Other Self. San Francisco: Harr Wagner Publishing Company. 312 pages. [CCL:210-211, 212-213, 214, 216, 217] The first printing was limited to 1100 copies. [OHS] [HUN has copy #240.] [OAK has copy #393 (autographed).] [FST: “An anecdotal biography by a friend who with Miller was co-editor of The Golden Era in 1886.”] 191 pages. [HON has copies #341 and #373 (autographed). [HON also has copy #47 of the deluxe edition of 100 copies autographed by the author in its locked room.] [RCL: Episodic and incomplete.] [MES] [MAR] [PET] [MGK] [MCK]
Young, Rose. The Record of the Leslie Woman Suffrage Commission, Inc., 1917-1929.
New York: The Leslie Woman Suffrage Commission, Inc., 1929. 94pp.
[MAR] [MULT] [WC] [MCK]
Zeitlin, Jacob and Homer Woodbridge. Life and Letters of Stuart P. Sherman. 2
Volumes. New York: Farrar and Rinehart, 1929. 880pp. Vol. 2: 404, 508-512.
[RCL] [MAR] [MULT] [MGK] [MCK] [Also published in 1971, 2 Volumes.
Freeport:Books for Libraries Press, 1971. 1929. 880pp. [WC]
Beebe, Beatrice B. “Fighting the Indians with Joaquin Miller: An Interview with Ralph D. Myers”. Overland Monthly 87.2 (February 1929): 54, 60 [PMC] [HON] [CAL] [RCL] [LHM] [RE: 1864 Canyon City, Oregon area and the site now known as Fort Harney.] [”I do remember that Miller, who was about my age, [and in charge] rode a mule which was crippled early in the fight, and that he fought bare-headed, having tied his hat to the saddle.” (p. 60)] [MGK] [MCK has [PET] quoting Joseph Myers.] [MCK]
“Queries and Answers: ‘I Would Some Things Were Dead’.” New York Times (24
February 1929): 71-73. Quotes from “With Walker and Nicaragua,” which can be found in Stedman’s anthology [MCK]
Hitchcock, Constance. “Miller’s Early Life Recalled: Brother of Famous Writer Tells of
Incidents When Poet Lived in Lane County [Oregon].” April 6. [LHM] [MGK]
Portland Oregon Daily Journal. (23 May 1929) [MGK]
Lockley, Fred. “Impressions and Observations of the Journal Man.” Oregon Daily
Journal (23 May 1929) [MCK]
Memories of Frank Tichenor, whose father, a friend of Miller’s, received
a copy of Joaquin Et Al. from Miller.
Kurutz, Gary F. “A Perfect Likeness of Our Famous Poet: J. E. [James Everett] Stuart’s
Portrait of Joaquin Miller.” California State Library Bulletin 40 (July 1929): 1-3
“Poet Right About Bear; Science Now Endorses Joaquin Miller’s Label, ‘Ursus
Californiensis’” New York Times (11 August 1929): 22 [MCK]
“When Joaquin Miller departed from the classifications offered by American mammalogists and insisted that California’s black bears were different from Eastern black bears he was not using poetic license . . . . Professor Grinnell finds that not only are California’s bears different in accord with Joaquin Miller’s statement, but also that they fall into two sub-species . . . . In deference to the California poet, Professor Grinnell names one of these sub-species Ursus americanus californiensis . . .”
Juanita Miller mourns ex-husband. San Francisco Chronicle (1 October 1929): 10: 7 [CAL] [MGK]
French, Giles. 1929- 1974 Papers, 1 box. Includes speeches, correspondence, reports, scrapbooks, etc. [OHS] [MGK]