Catalog Record: Beyond the breakers : and other poems | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Beyond the breakers : and other poems / by George Sterling ...

Main Author: Sterling, George, 1869-1926.
Related Names: O'Hara, John Myers 1870-1944, correspondent., Sterling, George 1869-1926, correspondent., O'Hara, John Myers 1870-1944, former owner., Neylan, John Francis 1885-1960, former owner., Hamilton, Edward H. , former owner., Partington, Blanche d. 1951, former owner., Robertson, A. M. 1855-1934, publisher., Bates, Katharine Lee 1859-1929.
Language(s): English
Published: San Francisco : A.M. Robertson, 1914
Subjects: O'Hara, John Myers, > 1870-1944 > Correspondence.
Sterling, George, > 1869-1926 > Manuscripts.
Sterling, George, > 1869-1926 > Correspondence.
California > Imprints.
Authors' presentation copies (Provenance) > 20th century.
Authors' presentation inscriptions (Provenance) > 20th century.
Manuscripts for publication.
Poems > California > 20th century.
Note: 1st ed. See Mattila, BAL, Johnson.
John Myers O'Hara, with his ownership signature on front free endpaper.
Bancroft F855.2.S5984 copy 3: From the papers of John F. Neylan. Bookplate of Edward H. Hamilton.
Physical Description: [12], 9-141, [3] p. ; 20 cm.
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