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The library of William Andrews Clark, jr. Cruikshank and Dickens

In two parts: part I: Cruikshank; part II: Dickens

by William Andrews Clark

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Published by Printed by J. H. Nash in San Francisco .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementCollated and compiled by Robert Ernest Cowan and William Andrews Clark, jr
ContributionsCowan, Robert Ernest, 1862-1942, Sanders, Cora Edgerton, Post, Harrison
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24401366M
OCLC/WorldCa1128847

An Animated Character: An Evening of Vance Gerry Friday, Septem – p.m. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library Cimarron Street, Los Angeles, CA The Whittington Press has recently released Vance Gerry & The Weather Bird Press, a limited edition book about the life and 5/5. Sunday, Janu @ pm – pm - Please join us at UCLA’s William Andrews Clark Memorial Library as we celebrate our grand reopening. After being closed since April for a seismic retrofit and book storage expansion project, the Clark Library will be formally reopened to the public. With guided tours of the library’s new and refurbished spaces, highlights from the rare.

The library of William Andrews Clark, jr. Cruikshank and Dickens. In two parts: part I: Cruikshank; part II: Dickens. (San Francisco, Printed by J. H. Nash, ), by William Andrews Clark, John Henry Nash, Harrison Post, Cora Edgerton Sanders, and Robert Ernest Cowan (page images at . The library and its collections were built by William Andrews Clark, Jr., and named after his father, who had built a mining fortune in MT. The son, a prominent Los Angeles book collector and philanthropist, had a house at the corner of Adams and Cimarron Streets, and from to he constructed the present library on the same lot.

Philanthropist, Attorney. The son of copper magnate and US Senator William Andrews Clark, he made his own fortune in mining speculation and had a successful legal practice in Los Angeles.A devotee of classical music, he founded the Los Angeles Philharmonic in and financed it himself until his death, though he failed to persuade Sergei Rachmaninoff to conduct, as he had : Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood, . Search result for jr-henry-clarke: The Library of William Andrews Clark, Jr(), The Library of William Andrews Clark, Jr(), The Library of William Andrews Clark, JR(), The Library of William Andrews Clark, JR. Cruikshank and Dickens. in Two Parts(), The School Candidates the School Candidates(), The Library of William Andrews.


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Clark, jr., as a memorial to his father. Finding Aid for the An Essay on the Genius of George Cruikshank MS 2 Descriptive Summary Title: An Essay on the Genius of George Cruikshank, Date (inclusive): Collection number: MS Creator: Thackeray, William Makepeace Extent: 7 volumes Repository: William Andrews Clark Memorial Library Los Angeles, California File Size: 70KB.

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William Andrews Clark Jr. William Andrews Clark Jr. was the most devoted maker of beauty of all the men I have ever anywhere known One day he found himself with a rare and priceless library and no safe place to put it; he thereupon called in Mr. Robert D.

Farquhar and instructed him to build a jewel box for the protection of his treasures. In early October, I attended a SurveyLA presentation at The William Andrews Clark Library and wrote about the event. In that October 12th post, I promised to write a follow-up piece about the library itself because it made such an impression on me.

As you’ll learn below, the Clark is not just any library. Rather, it’s a cultural resource that deserves a more prominent place in the city’s. This collection consists of the pre institutional archive of the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library and the records of its founder, William Andrews Clark, Jr.

Items include correspondence, invoices, photographs, secondary source materials and other documents related to Clark, his library, and his family, friends and colleagues.

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Thanks for Sharing. You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed them. Early life. William Andrews Clark Jr. was born on Ma in Deer Lodge, father was William A. Clark and his mother was Katherine Louise Stauffer.

He was educated in France and in the New York area and graduated from the University of Virginia with a bachelor's degree in law in Career and hobbies. Clark was a partner in the law firm Clark & Roote in Butte, ves: Huguette Clark (sister).

Project Description. The William Andrews Clark Memorial Library (Clark Library) underwent a major, multi-year renovation between and The project entailed seismic and accessibility upgrades, the expansion and modernization of storage, office, and classroom facilities, and the restoration of decorative features such as the travertine cornice, bronze windows, and interior.

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Cr) Politics. Clark was a member of the Democratic Party.About this Item: William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, Softcover. Condition: Fine. First Edition. 99 pages. Illustrated. Papers read at the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library seminar on May 9,by Miller and Borowitz. Introduction by Ada Nisbet.

Tight, clean and crisp. with light sunning to spine, otherwise Very Fine.Established Location Los Angeles, California Branches N/A.