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Remembered yesterdays, by Robert Underwood Johnson ; with illustrations

Label
Remembered yesterdays
Title
Remembered yesterdays
Statement of responsibility
by Robert Underwood Johnson ; with illustrations
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Additional physical form
Digital images of some of the illustrations from this item are available through the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division online catalog.
Biography type
individual biography
Cataloging source
DLC
Citation coverage
II
Citation location within source
  • 732
  • 477
  • p. 211
Citation source
  • Stewart, J.M. Kipling
  • Livingston, F.V.M. Kipling
  • Kipling, R. Letters of Rudyard Kipling,
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1853-1937
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Johnson, Robert Underwood
Dewey number
920.5
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
  • plates
  • facsimiles
Index
no index present
LC call number
PN4874.J6
LC item number
A3
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Johnson, Robert Underwood
  • Johnson, Robert Underwood
  • Kipling, Rudyard
  • Kipling, Rudyard
  • Periodical editors
Label
Remembered yesterdays, by Robert Underwood Johnson ; with illustrations
Link
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/pp/cphquery.html
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Contains facsimile and transcription of letter dated November 4, 1895 from Rudyard Kipling to the author: p. 397-399
  • LC copy 3 forms part of the personal library materials in the Joseph and Elizabeth Robins Pennell Collection.
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • I: RECORDS OF A HAPPY BOYHOOD (1853-1867). Soil and seed -- My father -- A touch of romance -- The companionship of a father -- The awakening of the imagination -- My mother -- Social traits in Indiana -- The fun of being a boy -- Village characters -- The coming of the Civil War
  • III: PEEPS AT THE BIG WORLD : CHICAGO AND WASHINGTON (1871-1873). Chicago and the Great Fire -- Washington and the Credit Mobilier
  • IV: FORTY YEARS OF EDITING (1873-1913). "The White Company" -- Doctor J.G. Holland, leader of public opinion -- Richard Watson Gilder, poet and patriot -- Roswell Smith, a publisher of imagination -- A.W. Drake, father of American wood engraving -- Mrs. Dodge, friend of children -- Frank R. Stockton, a joyous humorist -- De Vinne, master printer of America -- Work and diversion in the sanctum -- Literary secrets -- Editorial personnel and methods -- Buel and the lottery -- Principles of editing -- Cole's engravings -- My succession as editor of the Century -- A poet in prison -- Editorial methods
  • V: NEW YORK STATE IN THE SEVENTIES : A STUDY OF CONTRASTS. Outdoor rambles and the footlights -- A study in contrasts -- Stirrings of progress
  • VI: TWO ACTORS OF ITALY : TOMMASO SALVINI ; ELEONORA DUSE. The great Salvini -- The incomparable Duse
  • VII: SPECIAL PROJECTS OF THE CENTURY : THE CIVIL WAR PAPERS ; GRANT AS AN AUTHOR ; KENNAN'S SIBERIAN SERIES ; THE CENTURY AND THE KAISER. The war series : origin and character of the project -- Humor by the way -- Old commanders -- Maps and other difficulties -- Could the Confederacy have lasted? -- How General Grant came to write -- Grant on the failure of his firm -- Shaping the articles -- Grant's modesty -- How the Century Company lost the book -- The General's magnanimity -- General Grant's humor -- Grant's last battle -- Kennan's Siberian papers -- The Century and the Kaiser -- The suppressed interview with the Kaiser
  • VIII: "SPIRITUAL LOBBYING" AT WASHINGTON. How international copyright was won -- The spirit and humor of the struggle -- Real security for continental authors -- John Muir and our activities in forest conservation -- With Muir in the Sierra -- The character of Muir -- The origin of the Yosemite National Park -- Fighting for the Yosemite -- The retrocession of the Yosemite -- A digression to the Adirondacks -- Larger movements in conservation -- The Sargent Commission's great service (1896-87) -- How the White House conference originated -- The fight for Hetch Hetchy -- A visit from Muir -- Muir's writings
  • IX: MEN AND WOMEN OF DISTINCTION. Mark Twain -- Ralph Waldo Emerson -- James Russell Lowell -- Walt Whitman -- John Burroughs -- Edmund Clarence Stedman -- Richard Henry Stoddard -- William Dean Howells -- Horace Howard Furness -- Thomas Bailey Aldrich -- A note on Marion Crawford -- Wayne MacVeagh -- Joseph Jefferson -- Some letters of Joel Chandler Harris -- A glimpse of Lord Morley -- Theodore Roosevelt -- Mrs. Fields, Sarah Jewett and Madame Blanc -- Rod and Brunetière -- A letter of Kipling's -- Nikola Tesla -- Paderewski -- Maurice Francis Egan -- Henry U. Johnson ; Thomas B. Reed -- A letter of Woodrow Wilson -- Bryan at the Baltimore convention -- Some heroes of the Spanish War : Sampson, Hobson, Cervera
  • X: ITALIAN ACTIVITIES : THE KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL IN ROME ; THE AMERICAN POETS' AMBULANCES IN ITALY ; THE ITALIAN WAR RELIEF FUND OF AMERICA (NEW YORK COMMITTEE). The Keats-Shelley memorial in Rome -- War relief for Italy
  • XI: THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND LETTERS. Origin and founding of the Academy -- Personnel and work of the Academy
  • XII: DELIGHT AND HUMOR OF FOREIGN TRAVEL. The first trip -- A whiff of Provence -- Our first Roman drive -- [Elihu] Vedder and [Moses] Ezekiel -- A trip to Athens -- The month of months -- Athens to Messina -- Some anecdotes of travel -- Florence -- The Blue Nuns, and the ceremony of the car -- High lights of Venice -- Asolo -- First presentations at court -- The Jubilee of Pope Leo XIII in St. Peter's -- A note on food -- Boutet de Monvel -- L'Academie Française -- A call upon Daudet -- A little shopping -- Here and there in England -- A lunch with Browning -- A meeting with Anne Thackeray -- A glimpse of Whistler -- Coronation week [of George V of the United Kingdom, 1911]
  • XIII: DIPLOMATIC SERVICE IN ITALY. Designation as ambassador -- The San Remo conference, April 19-26, 1920 -- First official audience at the Quirinal -- Reception by the conference -- Unrecorded history -- The Armenian mandate -- A settlement that did not settle -- A memorable debate -- The conquering heroes come -- Doctoring the sick man -- Russian commercial overtures -- The closing hours -- Dominant impressions -- Official life in Rome
  • XIV: SPECIAL EXPERIENCES IN ROME. The celebration of Vittorio Veneto -- Ratification of the Treaty of Rapallo by the Senate -- Dinner at the Quirinal to the King and Queen of Denmark
  • XV: TWO FLIGHTS IN THE "ROMA." First trip : over the Eternal City -- Second trip : Rome to Capri and return
Control code
ocm00685054
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxi, 624 pages, 31 unnumbered leaves of plates
Lccn
23017557
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits, facsimiles
System control number
  • (Sirsi) l23017557
  • (OCoLC)00685054
Label
Remembered yesterdays, by Robert Underwood Johnson ; with illustrations
Link
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/pp/cphquery.html
Publication
Note
  • Contains facsimile and transcription of letter dated November 4, 1895 from Rudyard Kipling to the author: p. 397-399
  • LC copy 3 forms part of the personal library materials in the Joseph and Elizabeth Robins Pennell Collection.
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • I: RECORDS OF A HAPPY BOYHOOD (1853-1867). Soil and seed -- My father -- A touch of romance -- The companionship of a father -- The awakening of the imagination -- My mother -- Social traits in Indiana -- The fun of being a boy -- Village characters -- The coming of the Civil War
  • III: PEEPS AT THE BIG WORLD : CHICAGO AND WASHINGTON (1871-1873). Chicago and the Great Fire -- Washington and the Credit Mobilier
  • IV: FORTY YEARS OF EDITING (1873-1913). "The White Company" -- Doctor J.G. Holland, leader of public opinion -- Richard Watson Gilder, poet and patriot -- Roswell Smith, a publisher of imagination -- A.W. Drake, father of American wood engraving -- Mrs. Dodge, friend of children -- Frank R. Stockton, a joyous humorist -- De Vinne, master printer of America -- Work and diversion in the sanctum -- Literary secrets -- Editorial personnel and methods -- Buel and the lottery -- Principles of editing -- Cole's engravings -- My succession as editor of the Century -- A poet in prison -- Editorial methods
  • V: NEW YORK STATE IN THE SEVENTIES : A STUDY OF CONTRASTS. Outdoor rambles and the footlights -- A study in contrasts -- Stirrings of progress
  • VI: TWO ACTORS OF ITALY : TOMMASO SALVINI ; ELEONORA DUSE. The great Salvini -- The incomparable Duse
  • VII: SPECIAL PROJECTS OF THE CENTURY : THE CIVIL WAR PAPERS ; GRANT AS AN AUTHOR ; KENNAN'S SIBERIAN SERIES ; THE CENTURY AND THE KAISER. The war series : origin and character of the project -- Humor by the way -- Old commanders -- Maps and other difficulties -- Could the Confederacy have lasted? -- How General Grant came to write -- Grant on the failure of his firm -- Shaping the articles -- Grant's modesty -- How the Century Company lost the book -- The General's magnanimity -- General Grant's humor -- Grant's last battle -- Kennan's Siberian papers -- The Century and the Kaiser -- The suppressed interview with the Kaiser
  • VIII: "SPIRITUAL LOBBYING" AT WASHINGTON. How international copyright was won -- The spirit and humor of the struggle -- Real security for continental authors -- John Muir and our activities in forest conservation -- With Muir in the Sierra -- The character of Muir -- The origin of the Yosemite National Park -- Fighting for the Yosemite -- The retrocession of the Yosemite -- A digression to the Adirondacks -- Larger movements in conservation -- The Sargent Commission's great service (1896-87) -- How the White House conference originated -- The fight for Hetch Hetchy -- A visit from Muir -- Muir's writings
  • IX: MEN AND WOMEN OF DISTINCTION. Mark Twain -- Ralph Waldo Emerson -- James Russell Lowell -- Walt Whitman -- John Burroughs -- Edmund Clarence Stedman -- Richard Henry Stoddard -- William Dean Howells -- Horace Howard Furness -- Thomas Bailey Aldrich -- A note on Marion Crawford -- Wayne MacVeagh -- Joseph Jefferson -- Some letters of Joel Chandler Harris -- A glimpse of Lord Morley -- Theodore Roosevelt -- Mrs. Fields, Sarah Jewett and Madame Blanc -- Rod and Brunetière -- A letter of Kipling's -- Nikola Tesla -- Paderewski -- Maurice Francis Egan -- Henry U. Johnson ; Thomas B. Reed -- A letter of Woodrow Wilson -- Bryan at the Baltimore convention -- Some heroes of the Spanish War : Sampson, Hobson, Cervera
  • X: ITALIAN ACTIVITIES : THE KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL IN ROME ; THE AMERICAN POETS' AMBULANCES IN ITALY ; THE ITALIAN WAR RELIEF FUND OF AMERICA (NEW YORK COMMITTEE). The Keats-Shelley memorial in Rome -- War relief for Italy
  • XI: THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND LETTERS. Origin and founding of the Academy -- Personnel and work of the Academy
  • XII: DELIGHT AND HUMOR OF FOREIGN TRAVEL. The first trip -- A whiff of Provence -- Our first Roman drive -- [Elihu] Vedder and [Moses] Ezekiel -- A trip to Athens -- The month of months -- Athens to Messina -- Some anecdotes of travel -- Florence -- The Blue Nuns, and the ceremony of the car -- High lights of Venice -- Asolo -- First presentations at court -- The Jubilee of Pope Leo XIII in St. Peter's -- A note on food -- Boutet de Monvel -- L'Academie Française -- A call upon Daudet -- A little shopping -- Here and there in England -- A lunch with Browning -- A meeting with Anne Thackeray -- A glimpse of Whistler -- Coronation week [of George V of the United Kingdom, 1911]
  • XIII: DIPLOMATIC SERVICE IN ITALY. Designation as ambassador -- The San Remo conference, April 19-26, 1920 -- First official audience at the Quirinal -- Reception by the conference -- Unrecorded history -- The Armenian mandate -- A settlement that did not settle -- A memorable debate -- The conquering heroes come -- Doctoring the sick man -- Russian commercial overtures -- The closing hours -- Dominant impressions -- Official life in Rome
  • XIV: SPECIAL EXPERIENCES IN ROME. The celebration of Vittorio Veneto -- Ratification of the Treaty of Rapallo by the Senate -- Dinner at the Quirinal to the King and Queen of Denmark
  • XV: TWO FLIGHTS IN THE "ROMA." First trip : over the Eternal City -- Second trip : Rome to Capri and return
Control code
ocm00685054
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxi, 624 pages, 31 unnumbered leaves of plates
Lccn
23017557
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits, facsimiles
System control number
  • (Sirsi) l23017557
  • (OCoLC)00685054

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