Bierce, Ambrose. “THE MORMON QUESTION By J-QU-N M-LL-R.” Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce. New York: The Citadel Press. 1952. Introduction by Clifton Fadiman (See also 1909 and 1946) [MGK]
Brooks, Van Wyck. The Confident Years, 1885-1915. New York: E. P. Dutton and
Company, 1952. 627pp. [RCL: 168, 203-04, 212-13, 227-28, 243, 261, 517.
[MAR] [RCL] [WC] [MGK] [MCK] [Published in London, 1952 and 1953; also New York: Dutton, 1955]
Dufus, R. L. “San Francisco That Was - And Is: Review of The Western Gate. A San
Francisco Reader.” New York Times (17 August 1952) [Online: BR15] [MCK]
Noted that reprints of Miller’s work are included in the anthology.
Everitt, Charles P. The Adventurers of a Treasure Hunter: A Rare Bookman Search of American History. Boston: Little, Brown and Company. 1952. pp. 146-147. [MES: Published simultaneously in Canada by McClelland and Stewart Limited.]
Fuller, George W. A History of the Pacific Northwest. New York: Alfred A. Knopf,
1952. 262, 294, 348. [MCK]
Brief mentions only. Fuller quotes from Carey about Miller fighting with Lieutenant J. A. Waymire. He also covers the story of the origin of the name Idaho and refers to Miller hearing the story from Colonel William Craig. On page 348 and in a footnote, Fuller credits Miller with “Oye-el-agau,” (Hear-the-Water) theory of the origin of the name Oregon.
Jackson, Joseph Henry, ed. The Western Gate. A San Francisco Reader. City and
Country Readers Series. New York: Farrar, Strauss & Young, 1952. 524 pp.
Miller, Juanita. About “The Hights,” Joaquin Miller Park: Then and Now with Juanita of the Woods; Poetical Conceptions and Illustrations by the Author; With a Brief History of Joaquin Miller. 19th Edition. Oakland: Tooley-Towne, 1952. 40pp. [WC] [MCK] [USC has an autographed copy. First published in 1919.] [OAK] [MGK]
Scherman, David Edward and Rosemarie Redlich. Literary America. Dodd. 1952. Page 74 [MGK]
Von Ludeke, Henry. Geschicte der Amerikanischen Literature. Berne: A. Franke A. G., 1952. pp. 348-350. [RCL] [MGK]
Winther, Oscar Osburn. The Great Northwest, A History. New York: Alfred A. Knopf,. 1952. pp. 439-440, 445. [RCL] [MGK]
DeMille, R.M. “Joaquin Miller’s Pony Express—Pioneering Spirit Honored.” Old Timers col. in unknown paper January 3, 1952. [Many errors.] (Southern Oregon Historical Society Clipping Files.) [MGK]
------. “Miller Visits Lindsay Ranch.” Old Timers col. unknown paper (January 10, 1952): (Southern Oregon Historical Society Clipping File) [Re Crater Lake visit of 1904, Aikenside article says 1903, pictures say 1903.] [MGK]
“Recollections.” The Observer 17 (26 April 1952): 18. [OAK] [MGK]
“[University of Oregon] Library Gets First Issue of Joaquin Miller’s Paper.” Register-Guard. (9 November 1952) [Eugene, Oregon: Eugene City Review, 3 January 1863.]