The Eckel collection contains 74
novels by Horatio Alger, Jr., miscellaneous articles by him, and several
books about the prolific children's author. These may be found shelved
at the head of the collection.
_____, Addresss Delivered by Rev. J.P. Sheafe Jr. and Rev. Horatio Alger, Jr. at the Semi-Centennial Celebration of the Dedication of the First Unitarian Church, South Natick, November 20, 1878. Reprint. (Natick, Mass.: Ryder & Morse, Citizen Office, 1879. Reprint. Horatio Alger Society,
Works About Alger
Bob Bennett, Horatio Alger, Jr.: A Comprehensive Bibliography
Scharnhorst and Bales, An Annotated Bibliography and Criticism.
Hoyt, Edwin, Horatio;s Boys
Gardner, Ralphk, Horation Agler. (2)
Mayes, Alger, a Bio withou a hero
Misc. Juvenile authors
Optic, Oliver, All Aboard; or, Life on the Lake (New York: Hurst, c.
_____, Try Again; or The Trials and Triumphs of Harry West (New York: Hurst, c.1857).
Watch and Wait, (Hurst), nd. (newsie on cover) Eckel Collection. (in my bib., but no see here.)
Otis, James, pseud. James Otis Kaler (1848-1912), Left Behind, or Ten Days a Newsboy (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1884). (2) (Serialized in Harper's Young People Vol V. (May 20, 1884-Aug. 19, 1884).
Otis, James, Jenny Wren's Boarding House. A Story of Newsboy Life in New York, W.A. Rogers, illus., (Boston: Estes and Lauriat, 1893).
Webster, Frank V. The Newsboy Partners; or, Who Was Dick Box? (New York:
Cupples and Leon, 1909). (4) and "'Foster Father' of 100,000 Newsboys
Tells How Many Fought Their Way to Fame," The New York Evening Telegram
(June 27, 1910).
Beadle's Half-Dime Library
Jo Pierce, "Bob o' the Bowery; or, The Prince of Mulberry Street," Vol. XVI, No.397 (March 3, 1885), (New York: Beadle and Adams, 3rd. ed., 15 pp.
Beadle's Pocket Library
Charles Morris, "Newsboy New, Dectective; or, Two Philadelphia Gamins," Vol. XIX, No. 237 (July 25, 1888).
Boys of England
Vol. IV, Nos. 79, 84, 91 (n.d.)
The Boys of New York
Howard De Vere, "Torpedo Tom: What a Yankee Boy Can Do," Vol. XII, No. 617 (June ll, 1887).
The Boys' World
Vol. 13, No. 41 (Oct. 10, 1914).
The Child's Paper
"The News-Boy," illus. by Darley, Vol. 3, No. 10 (Oct. 1854), 37.
Fame and Fortune Weekly. Stories of Boys Who Make Money
"Dick, the Wall Street Waif; or, From Newsboy to Stock Broker. By A Self Made
Man," No. 1168 (Feb. 17, 1928).
"From Newsboy to Banker; or, Rob Lake's Rise in Wall Street. By A Self Made
Man," No. 585 (New York: Dec. 15, 1916), 1-18. (2)
Oliver Optic's Magazine, Our Boys and Girls
Vol. II., No. 31 (Aug. 3, 1867).
Vol. VIII., No. 194 (Sept. 17, 1870).
Ornum & Co.'s Fifteen Cent Romances
John F. Cowan, "Will Waffles; or, The Freaks and Fortunes of a Newsboy," No. 2 (New York: The American News Co.), n.d.
Our Young Folks Illustrated Paper
Lottie Brown, "A Friend in Need," Vol. 1, No. 1 (Oct. 1, 1871). Augusta, Maine.
Pluck and Luck
Capt. Thos. H. Wilson, "On Board the School-Ship St. Mary's; or, The Plucky Fight of a Boy Orphan," No. 56, New York (June 28, 1899).
Allyn Draper, "Dick, 'I Will!'; or, The Plucky Fight of a Boy Orphan," No. 552, New York (Dec. 30, 1908).
N.S. Wood, "The Orphans of New-York; A Pathetic Story of a Great City," No. 1072, New York (Dec. 18, 1918)
Secret Service; Old and Young King Brady Detectives
"The Bradys and the Newsboy; or, Saved from the State Prison. By A New York
Detective," No. 534 (April 16, 1909), 1-26.
Wide Awake Library
N.S. Wood, "The Orphans of New York; a Pathetic Story of a Great City," Vol. II.,
No. 1127 (June 25, 1892).
C. Little, "Bound Boy Ben; or, Sold Into Slavery," Vol. II., No.1133 (Aug. 6,
Work and Win
Hal Standish, "Fred Fearnot and the Orphan; or, The Luck of a Plucky Boy," No. 266 New York, (Jan. 8, 1904).
Hal Standish, "Fred Fearnot and 'Nobody's Boy'; or, Helping Along an Orphan," No. 387, New York, (May 4, 1906).
b) Children's Magazines (1850-1895) Box 2b
i. Harper's Young People (1882-1894)
Vol. III., No. 147, Eliot McCormick,
"The Court Musician," illus., W.A. Rogers, 330- 33.
Vol. IV., No. 178 (March 27, 1883).
Vol. V. (1884) (bound volume, James Otis, "Left Behind: or, Ten Days a Newsboy")
Vol. V., Nos. 236, 237, 238, 239, 241, 242, 251 (loose), Otis, ch.1-15.
Vol. IX., No. 459 (Aug. 14, 1888) cut.
Vol. IX., No. 463 (Sept. 11, 1888) cut
Vol. IX., No. 464 (Sept. 18, 1888) cut
Vol. X., No. 504 (June 25, 1889) cut.
Vol. XI., No. 553
Vol. XV., No. 768 (July 17, 1894) cut.
Vol. III. (Aug. 22, 1882), W.A. Rogers,
"The Fresh Air Fund," 681-82.
Vol. IX. (Jan. 17, 1888), illus. W.P.Bodfish, "Distributing the Evening Papers in the Streets of New York," 201; E.D. Beach, "A Day in the Life of a Newsboy," 202-03.
Vol. IX., No. 452 (June 26, 1888), illus. W.P. Bodfish, "Lost in the City Streets."
Suppl't (Aug. 14, 1888), James Otis, "Five Shares in the Fresh-Air Fund," 729-40.
Vol. IX. (Sept. 11, 1888), illus. Weldon, "So Jack Sold Papers," 796.
Vol. IX. (Sept. 18, 1888), illus. Weldon, "'Hello, little girl, don't you want a nosegay?'" 813.
Vol. X. (Nov. 27, 1888), illus. L.L. Roush, "Business Before Pleasure," 61.
Vol. XI. (March 25, 1890), Edith M. Thomas, "A Cry of the Newsboy," (poem), 358.
Vol. XI. (Dec. 1889), illus. "All the boys have to do this before they go to bed," 132.
Vol. XIII. (Sept. 13, 1892), Acton Davies, "Dinner at the Newsboys' Lodging House," 770; illus. Jessie Curtis Sheperd.
Vol. XV. (July 17, 1894), Edward W. Townsend, "Newsboys of City Hall Park," illus. by Frederic Remington, 636-38.
Vol. XV. (Dec. 26, 1893), V. Gribayedoff, "Street Arabs of the World," 155-57, illus.
Vol. XV. (Aug. 28, 1894), "In Front of the Post Office," illus., 732. (731-34).
Harper's Round Table (1897), Albert Lee, "Luck that fell from the Skies," 193-95.
ii. St. Nicholas (1881-1895)
Vol. IX. (1881-1882)
Vol. X. (June 1883) (on M.A. Wolf and Fresh Air Fund)
(Oct. 1895) (Otis, "Teddy and Carrots;" A'Becket, Child Painter)
iii. The Youth's Companion (1850-1851)
Vol. XXIII (1850-51)
c) German, German-American Publications, Currency Box 2c
The Fatherland (19 issues,
JB (Juuftrierter Beobaachter) (Sept. 17, 1936). Hitler on cover.
New Yorker Belletristisches Journal (April 1867)
Frank Leslie's Illustrirte Zeitung
Vol. 50, Nos. 1272-1282, 1284-1297 (Dec. 1881-June 1882)
Vol. 51, No. 1316 (Oct. 1882).
(Dec. 1882), p. 92.
(n.d.), p. 292
July 22, 1872, p.40 (Horace Greeley)
Kurre, Chicago Vol. I, No. 9 (July 19, 1884).
Weber Sand und Meer. Allgemeine Illustrirte Zeitung No. 25, p. 484.
Eight Reichsbanknotes (1908-23) (56,220 marks [?])
d) Misc. Volumes and Issues of Periodicals Box 2d
The Century Vol. 63 (1912-13)
Coronet Vol. 25, No. 6 (April 1949) (2)
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly Vol. XXXIX, No. 4 (April 1895). (Mathew, "New York Newsboys")
Godey's Magazine Vol. 133 (1896)
Harper's Magazine Vol. 51 (1875-1884)
Harper's New Monthly Magazine No. 248 (Jan. 1871)
Vols. 40-41 (1896-97).
July 26, 1902 (Chimmie McFadden story)
Nov. 15, 1902 (on NY)
Life Vol. 9 (1887)
The Modern Priscilla (Aug. 1916)
National Geographic Vol. 173, No. 1 (Jan. 1988).
The New Yorker Vol. VI (1839-40); Vol. XI (1841)
Pageant Vol. 2, No. 10 (Nov. 1946) (Hal Wolff, "Helping Newsboys is His Hobby," 22-25)
Scribner's Monthly Vol. 20 (1880); Vol. 22 (1897).
Twentieth Century Vol. 5 (1911)
a) Newspapers (1789-1838) Box 3a
The Daily Advertiser (NY, 1789, 1881); New York Herald (1804); Chronicle Express (NY, 1804); New-York Gazette & General Advertiser (1805); The Public Advertiser (NY, 1807); The Shamrock (NY, 1811, 1812); The American (NY, 1821); The Correspondent (NY, 1827).
The Sun (NY, 1833, 1834, 1835); The New Yorker (1836); Le Courrier Des États-Unis (NY, 1830, 1839); Railroad Journal (NY,1832); Evening Star (NY, 1834) The New York Times (1835); Lowell Patriot (Mass., 1835); New York Mirror (1835); New York Evening Post for the Country (1835); The Herald (NY, 1836, 1839); New York Observer (1836); The Liberator (Boston, 1837, 1846); Morning Courier and New York Enquirer (1838);The American Beacon (Norfold, Va., 1838).
b) Newspapers (1840s-1850s) Box 3b
Bellows Falls Gazette (Vt,
1840); Christian Advocate and Journal (NY, 1857); The Citizen
(NY, 1854); Courrier Des États-Unis (1849); Evening Mirror
(NY 1845); Illustrated News of London (1847); The Independent
(NY 1849, 1853, 1857);The Log Cabin (NY, 1840); Morning Herald
(NY, 1840); National Police Gazette (NY 1859); New York American
(1840, 1841); New York Herald (1859); New York Daily Journal
(1857).New York Ledger ("Hidden Hand,"1859); The New York Organ
(1851); New York Times (1859); New York Tribune (1841,
1848, 1849, 1856, 1858The New World (NY, 1841); The Portsmouth
Journal (NH, 1840); The Press (Philadelphia, 1858); Providence
Daily Journal (1857); The Republic (Washington, 1852); Richmond
Enquirer (Va, 1840, 1842); Richmond Whig and Public Advertiser
(Va, 1856); Rural Repository (Hudson, NY, 1846); Salem Register
(Ma, 1848); The Sentinel of Freedom (Newark, NJ, 1852).
c) Illustrated Newspapers (1850s) Box 3c
Ballou's Pictorial, Gleason's Pictorial, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, Harper's Weekly, New York Illustrated News.
d) Newspapers (1860s) Box 3d
The World (1860, 1861); Alexandria Gazette (Va. 1866); Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1863, 1864); The Crisis (Columbus, Oh. 1863); The Evening Post (NY 1861); Weekly Journal of Commerce (NY 1864); The Liberator (Boston 1863); New York Citizen (1867); New York Daily News (1868); New York Herald (1865); New York Tablet (1864); New York Times (1859, 1862, 1863, 1867); New York Tribune (1863, 1865, 1866, 1869); New York Weekly Tribune (1868); Richmond Examiner (Va. 1864);
e) Illustrated Newspapers (1860s)
i.) Harper's Weekly Box 3e i
ii.) American Agriculturalist (1865); Appleton's Journal (NY, Box 3e ii 1869); Illustrated London News (1862, 1863, 1865); The Leisure Hour, Frank Leslies' Illustrated Newspaper; New York Illustrated News (1862); and Vanity Fair (1860).
f) Illustrated Newspapers (1870s)
i.) Harper's Weekly Box 3f i.
ii.) Misc. Publications; illus. of Horace Greeley Box 3f ii.
Appleton's Journal;Every Saturday; Harper's Bazar; Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Hearth and Home; Illustrated Christian Weekly; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper; McGee's Illustrated Weekly; Puchinello, Scribner's Monthly;
Misc. Newspapers: Daily Dispatch (Richmond, Va);Galveston Daily News; New York Herald, New York Times; New York Tribune; Pomeroy's Democrat; San Francisco Chronicle; The Sun (NY); and misc. articles on Horace Greeley.
g) 1880s Box 3g
Daily Christian Advocate, Harper's Bazar, Harper's Weekly, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
h) 1890s Box 3h
Demorest's Family Magazine, Harper's Bazar, Harper's Weekly, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, Leslie's Weekly, Once a Week, Success,Youth's Companion.
i) 1900-1933 Box 3i
The American Magazine, Collier's, Happy Days (CCC)Harper's Weekly, Harper's Weekly Advertiser, The Illustrated American, Leslie's Weekly, Life, New York Tribune ("Titanic" reprint); Saturday Evening Post, Success, Sunday Magazine, Utica Saturday Globe, Wisconsin News (Valentino).
j) Misc. illustrated newspapers,
no dates. Box 3j
"The Man with the Muck-Rake," Judge
Flohri, "Snuff It Out," (Yellow Press) Judge (1907).
Flohri, "Let the Newspapers Discontinue This Sort of News and the Desire to Gamble Will Cease," Judge (1907).
"Making a Monkey of Him," (Hearst), Judge (1907).
J.A. Wales, "Ready for the "Herald's"
Love Feast," Puck (c.1876).
J.A. Wales, "In Bad Company.- The Projected Monument to Washington in Wall Street," Puck (1880).
F. Opper, "The Modern Editor and his Boss,"(sensation)Puck (1886).
F. Opper, The Latest," Puck (1886).
F. Opper, How We Cross Broadway (c.1886).
F. Opper, "The Unsuccessful Alchemist," Puck (1887).
F. Opper, "The First and Last Meeting of the Anti-Poverty Society," Puck (1887).
F. Opper, "The Ups and Downs of the Anarchist Newspaper Business" (n.d.).
F. Opper, "The Rage for 'Vaudeville,'" Puck (1897).
J. Keppler, "Puck's Hint for 'Hospital Sunday,'" Puck (1884).
J. Keppler, "The Centenary of Our Constitution (1887).
Dalrymple, "No Line to Hang It On," Puck (1887)
C. Taylor, "Remember the Fresh Air Fund!" Puck (1887).
C. Taylor, "The Streets of New York, No. XXVII (n.d.).
c) The Wasp
H. Nappenback, "Thanksgiving Day--Its
Various Forms and Features," The Wasp (San Francisco, 1886)
"The First Cigar," John Gast, after
J.G. Brown (1870) Framed.
"Touch Him Again if You Dare" (1872) color
"What Do You Say?" (n.d.) color
"Heels Over Head" (1904) color
"Watching the Parade," (3x5 card)
b) periodical prints
i. Harper's Weekly
"Little Queen of the Woods" (1866)
"When Greek Meets Greek" (1866)
"Open Your Mouth and Shut Your Eyes (1874)
"The German Band" (1879)
"Homeward Bound" (1880) (Wood, Falconer, etc.)
"John G. Brown" (1880) (article)
"The Three (Scape) Graces" (1880)
"Sighting the Trawl Buoy" (1880)
"Going to the Spring" (1880)
"The Lost Child" (1882)
"The Neighbors (1882) (Howland too)
"The Deacon's Visit" (1882)
"Clear the Track" (1882)
"From Harper's Young People" (1883)
"The Confab" (1883)
"The Transit of Venus" (1883)
"Old Folks at Home" (1884)
"Four of a Kind" (1885)
"A Jolly Lot" (1885)
"Wants to Shine" (1887)
ii. Harper's Young People
"Tired Out" (1888)
"The Belle of the Florists" (1884)
"That's a Beauty"
"Hard Customers" (1884)
"A Delicate Operation"
"The Jolly Beggar"
"The Jumping Jack"
"A Drummer of the Boot-Black Brigade" (1888)
"The Arab Dance"
"Counting His Pennies" (1888)
"Professional Pride (1888)
"Moring Papers!" (1889)
iii. Misc. (1873-1901)
"An Attack in the Rear,"The Aldine (1873)
"Some Got It, Some Don't," Williams Personality School ad (1880)
"The Missing Nickel,"The Graphic (1893)
"The Passing Show,"The Art Amateur (1894)
"Boot-Black and His Captive,"Demorest's Family Magazine (1895)
"The Challenge,"The Mail and Express (1899)
"Shine, Sir?"Frank Leslie's Illus. Weekly (1892) (color)
(Bootblack), Leslie's Weekly (1895) (color)
"The Gang," Leslie's Weekly, (1897). (Oversize see box)
"The Apple Seller,"Truth (1899) (color)
"The Card Trick," Publisher Unknown (c.1901).
"Vanity,"Publisher Unknown (c.1901).
"On Dress Parade," Publisher Unknown (c.1901).
"The Young Surgeon," Publisher Unknown (c.1901).
"Give Us A Light," Publisher Unknown (c.1901).
Standing Boy Smoking a Cigar (1867)
Seated Boy Holding a Cigar (1867) (Brooklyn Museum)
J.G. Brown in His Studio (1891) (Museum of the City of NY)
W.S. Gontard, copy of ? (n.d.) (Barbara Johnson Collection)
"Heels Over Head"
d) Recent Reproductions (color)
"The Little Street Sweeper (1873)
"The Young Musician (1878)
"Eying the Fruitstand" (1884)
"Good Friends" (1890)
"Against his Will" (1900)
"Taking a Break" (1904)
"Shoe Shine Boy and Dog" (1907)
"Good Pals" (n.d.)
"The Bully" (n.d.)
"The Gang" (n.d.)
"Shine, Mister?" (n.d.)
untitled, (boys getting papers from wagon)
untitled, (blond bootblack in red shirt)
Approx. 60 Nast illustrations, mainly
from Harper's Weekly, (1865-1881), but also from The Illustrated
London News (1860) and his sketch of President Cleveland's "Baby Ruth,"
in Once a Week (1893). (Others are in Oversize Box ?)
Approx. 25 Woolf illus. from Harper's
Bazaar, Harper's Weekly, The Judge, Frank Leslie's
Illustrated Newspaper, Leslie's Weekly, andThe Ladies' Home
Journal, plus two articles on Woolf in Ladies' Home Journal
(1896) and Success (1899). Plus photocopies.
Double-page spreads from Collier's
Weekly, Harper's Weekly, Frank Leslies' Illustrated Newspaper,
and Once a Week, including works by Thomas Nast and J.G. Brown.
Plus Johnson's map of New York and Brooklyn (1866), and posters of William
Henry Harrison and Iron Truss Bridges.
a) Thomas Nast and J.G. Brown
T. Nast, "Southern Justice," Harper's
Weekly (March 23, 1867), 184-85.
T. Nast, "The Pirates," Harper's Weekly, (Nov. 9, 1872), 872-72.
T. Nast, "Santa Claus's Route," Harper's Weekly (Dec. 19, 1885), 840-41.
J.G. Brown, "The Gang," Leslie's Weekly (1897).
b) Leslie's Weekly
T. Dart Walker, "Christmas Feast for New York Newsboys," Leslie's Weekly (Dec. 10, 1903), 568-69.
L.L. Roush, "Going Up Town on a New York Cable-Car," Leslie's Weekly (Sept. 16, 1897), 184-85. barefoot newsboy on street, many passengers with papers)
Edwin Forbes, "The Soldier In Our Civil War," "Virginia During the War. -- Scenes in the Army of the Potomoc, September and October, 1863. (Collage: including Frank Leslie's In Camp, and Newsboys Carrying Papers to Camp." (horseback.)
Kendrick, "Our Newsboys," Once a Week Vol. 8, No. 21 (March 8, 1892), 8-9. (Collage: Sidewalk Speculators, Extra!, What's De Matter Wid Yer!, Hard Times, Good Times, Heads or Tails, Harmony, Discord, The Gathering of the Clans)
c) The Daily Graphic , The Graphic (1872-1888) Box 8c
d) Oversize Newspapers: New
York Times (1870-71); Box 8d
Pomeroy's Democrat (1871); New York Herald (1876), (1899); Indiana
Times (1897); New York Evening Telegram (1910), New York Times (1931).
Note: Herald issues include coverage of 1899 newsboys' strike: July 21, p.6; July 23, p.7; July 25, p.7; July 29, p.12; July 30, p.4 (cartoon); July 31, p.4; and misc. newsboy stories, Aug. 31, 1899, p.8; and Jan. 8, 1900, p.7.
e) Mammoth Map. "New
York and Brooklyn," (1877) Box ?
Drawn on Stone by Parsons and Atwater, Approx. 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 ft.
(Currier and Ives, 1877).
i. 55 ads from The Youth's Companion, Needlecraft, The Modern Priscilla.; from paintings by George Gibbs, G.C. Widney, Edward V. Brewer, W.V. Cahill, K.R. Wireman, Galen J. Parrett.
ii. Misc. ads from 1936-44 from The Pictorial Review, The Parent's Magazine, and Life.
iii. 1987 Cream of Wheat Collector's Calendar
iv. Misc. collector's notes
(Had a big pix book on Cream of Wheat art, but not here)
b) Trade Cards, Misc. Ads (c.
1880-1944) Box 9b
a) Annual Reports, Booklets,
Cards, Clippings (1904-1960)
Annual Report, Boston Herald-Traveler Corp. and Station WHDH (1954).
Junior Carrier Coupon Catalog, Chicago Evening American (March 25, 1930).
Fagan, Noodles, The Life of Noodles Fagan, by Himself (Buffalo: Buffalo
Evening News, 4th ed., 1904). Eckel Collection.
A Moving Picture Book of Selling Papers (Chicago: W.D. Boyce, 1913).
Boys Who Make Money, Saturday Evening Post, Curtis Pub. Co., c. 1904.
Progressive Journalism, Night Edition, St. Louis Globe-Democrat, 1921.
The Boston Globe Goes to Press (c.1960).
Information for Visitors Home of The World, The Pulitzer Building (Sept. 14, 1909).
The Newsboy, In the Interst of all Newsboys who sell the New York Evening World) (Nov. 1, 1898).
b) Newspaper and Railroad Ephemera:
receipts, invoices, stationary, membership card, circus pass, railroad
pass, insurance policy, stock certificate (1848-1966)
c) postcards, stamps, envelopes, stereoscopes (1881-1990) Box 10c
a) Children's Aid Society, New York
2nd Annual Report (1855)
9th Annual Report (1862)
15th Annual Report (1868)
21st Annual Report (1873)
26th Annual Report (1878)
31st Annual Report (1883)
32nd Annual Report (1884)
72nd Annual Report (1924)
b) Father Dunne's News Boys' Home and Protectorate, St. Louis, Mo.
Rev. J.W. Gormley, History of Father Dunne's News Boys' Home and Protectorate (St. Louis, Mo., c.1919).
Father Dunne's Newsboys' Journal Vol. 19, No. 10 (June 1925).Thomas L. Harris, "Juvenile Depravity and Crime in Our City. A Sermon," with an appendix report of chief of police (New York: Charles B. Norton, 1850).
c) U.S. Department of Labor Children's Bureau
United States Department of Labor, Children's Bureau, Child Workers on City Streets, by Nettie P. McGill (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1928. (Bureau Pub. No. 188).
United States Department of Labor, Children's Bureau, Children Engaged in Newspaper and Magazine Selling and Delivering (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1935). (Bureau Pub. No. 227).
d) Misc. reports and pamphlets (1850-1924)
The Prisoners' Friend: A Monthly Magazine Vol. II, No. 8 (April 1850) (New York: Fowlers & Wells; London: Charles Gilpin, 1850). (includes New York Police Chief Matsell's report and extracts of Harris' sermon.)
Charles Loring Brace, "The Best Methods of Disposing of our Pauper and Vagrant Children (New York: Wynkoop, Hallenbeck & Thomas, 1859).
Voice from the Old Brewery, and Five Points Mission Monthly Vol. XXII, No. 2 (Feb. 1, 1882).
T.J. Barnardo, Twelve Sheep from Australia (London: Dr. Barnardo's Homes for Orphan & Destitute Children, n.d.).
New England Home for Little Wanderers, Boston. Advocate and Report, Vol. xxvii, No. 2 (May 1893)
New York Child Labor Committee, "Roving Children," Reprint. The Survey (Jan. 1, 1910). Photos by Lewis Hine.
"Women and the Newspaper, The
University of Missouri Bulletin Vol. 25, No. 26. (Sept. 10, 1924),
Journalism Series, No. 30. Robert S. Mann.
a) newsboys, etc. (1868-1949) Box 13
(Subjects: Newsboys, Newsgirls, Street Scenes, Street Musicians, Book Stalls, Readers...)
Beissthon (?), Emil, Sonntagsbate
Centennial Memorial, 1776-1876, (Lithograph of Heppenheimer & Maurer, 1875)
"Counting His Profits," (c. 1927).
Declaring a Dividend, (Chicago, Merchants Publishing Co., 1903).
Frost, A.B., Politics (n.d.)
Goode, T.S., The Newspaper (C.W. Sharpe, engraver), (n.d.)
Humphrey, Maude, color portrait of girl (n.d.)
Humphrey, Maude, color portrait of girl with fan (n.d.)
Kollner, Aug., Broad-Way. New-York (New York: Arlislie, Inc., 1949).
"Little Newsie," 4 orange-tinted binder prints.
Mazzani, P., Appeal of the Vagrants, Chicago Tribune Art Supplement, Nov. 17, 1895.
Medairy, F.S., New York News Newsboy (1890)
Moeller, Louis, A Good Start in Life (New York: Osborne Co., 1909).
Myrback, Les Galeries de L'Odeon (n.d.)
Nichol, E., Kept In (J. Stephenson, sculpt.), (n.d.)
Ortlip, W. "Let 'er Snow" (n.d.)
Reed, R. Heber, The Orphan's New Year's Eve, (Samuel Sartain, engraver), for Peterson's Magazine (n.d.)
Rogers, W.C., Printing House Square 1868 (for Jos. Shannon's Manual 1868)
Smith, Jessie Willcox, A Tempered Wind (n.d.)
Stammong (?), "Jest keep the heart a=beatin' warm..." (illus. poem about newsboy pickpocket) (1907).
Synery (?), Fifty Fifty (1938)
Synery (?), Dogs Must Be Claimed Within 48 Hours (1940)
"Warner Bros. presents Wesley Barry," Extra Third Street Theater.
Wilkie, Sir D., Reading the News (W. Taylor, engraver) (n.d.)
Witkowski, Karl, The Newsboy (n.d.)
Engravings of William Henry Harrison (5); Washington Irving, Sam Houston.
"The News-Boys; An Eclogue,
for January 1, 1787;" and "The News-Boy's Apology for the foregoing Verses,"
The Connecticut Courant, and Weekly Intelligencer, No. 1145, Harford (Jan.
1, 1787), 4.
"News-Boy's Address. 1805," The Balance and Columbian Repository Vol. IV., No. 1, Hudson, New York (Jan. 1, 1805), 8.
"The Carrier of the New York Evening Post to His Patrons," New York Evening Post, For the Country (Jan. 3, 1818), 2.
"Address of the Carriers of the National Gazette, To Their Patrons," National Gazette and Literary Register Vol. VI, No. 600, Philadelphia, (Jan. 6, 1825), 4.
"The Carrier of the Keystone to its Patrons," by Jerry Rees. (Jan. 1, 1837).
"Carrier's Address," Bedford Democratic Inquirer (Jan. 1. 1850), 1. (mostly on wars in Europe)
"Carrier's Address," Bedford Democratic Inquirer (Pa. 1851), 2.
"Address of the Carrier to the Patrons of the Wayne Sentinel, Palmyra, New York," (Jan. 1, 1859).
"Carrier's Address, to the Patrons of the Albany Freeholder," n.d. (@ anti-renters)
"Carrier's Address, Salem Gazette (Jan. 1, 1882). Mass. (mass meeting)
"The Carrier Boy's Dream, Greeting of the Post-Express," (Jan. 1, 1883).
"Carriers' Address. Beverly Citizen, 1885."
"Compliments of the Season, Brockton Daily Enterprise, 1886." (verse and stick figure cartoons)
"Carriers' Greeting!" The Daily Dispatch (Jan. 1, 1890)
Stephen Massett, "The Old Tree's Appeal..." and "The Tree Still Hopes to Live," broadsheet from the New York World (Sept. 21, 1890; July 22, 1894).
"1891 Calendar, The Morning Telegraph," New London, Conn.
"The Carriers Address, January 1st. 1892," (Lowell, Mass.) cartoons, comics).
"Carrier's Address," Albany Argus, 1897.
"Xmas Greeting from the Carrier Boys of The Daily Journal, Mechanicsburg, Penna," (c.1900).
"1901 New Years Greeting from the Newsboys of the Evening Press." Grand Rapids, Michigan. (includes poem by Madeline S. Bridges, in Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly for Nov.; stories about London newsboy and Bradford 'newslad" Edward Dobson, who became mayor and takes town newsboys to shore every year, other success stories.
"Newspaper Carrier's Annual," (Newark, N.J: Newsdealers Protective Association, 1914).
"Newspaper Carrier's Annual," (Newark, N.J: Newsdealers Protective Association, 1915).
"State Journal Carriers' Greeting, 1916." (map of Lansing, Michigan)
"A Tribute," Seattle Post-Intelligencer (Dec. 25, 1925).
"The Herald Newsboys' Greetings for a Happy 1928. A Book of Verses by Edgar A. Guest, The Herald's Poet." (Dedicated: "To Phon B. Lillie, Grand Rapids' Oldest Newsboy."
"Binghamton Press and Leader Newsboy's Greeting," Calendar, 1928.
"A poet in his garret sat..." illus. verse, 6 pp. (n.d.)
a) Originals (1970s-1990s)
By Peter J. Eckel: New York street
scenes -- Printing House Square, Drumgoole Green, Pulitzer Plaque, Greeley
statue, Franklin statue, Lafayette St., Mount Loretto.
b) Originals and Reprints
i. Jacob Riis
ii. Lewis Hine: street traders, immigrants, textile workers, home workers.
iii. New York street scenes; statues, churches, newspaper buildings.
iv. New York Harbor
v. Newsboy badges
vi. Johnny Morrow's gravestone
vii. Illus. by J.R. Shaver
viii. Misc. paintings
ix. Book covers and frontispieces
x. Newsboys Homes
ii. Mich. Woolf (1); Mich. Woolf (2); Mich. Woolf (3); George Brown (1); John George Brown (2); John George Brown (3); Alger; Heig Scrapbook (1); Heig Scrapbook (2); Heig Scrapbook (3); Johnny Morrow; Newspaper Row (1); Newspaper Row (2); News Clips; Jacob Riis; Vatican Album (1); Vatican Album (2); Pope Leo; Eckel's Mount L.; Jim Maloney (1); Jim Maloney (2); Jim Maloney (3); Tom Butler.
iii. Notable New Yorkers (1); Notable New Yorkers (2); The Newsboy (Paper); Dormitory; Mount Loretto; Newsboy Lodging House (1); Newsboy Lodging House (2); Exhibitions, Concerts, etc.; Sleeping Out; Black Newsboys (1); Black (2); Black (3); Selling Papers; Newsboy's Dinner (1); Newsboy Dinner (2); Newsboy Activities; Newsboy Groups; Newsboy Statue; Gymnasium; Savings Bank; Personalities (Newsboys).
b) Narrow Boxes
i. Newsboy Music (1); Newsboy's Music (2); Newsboy's Music (3); Newsboy Art; Newsboy Stories; Newsboys; Drumgoole Sq. Ded..
ii. Newsgirls (1); Newsgirls (2); Newsgirls (3); Newsboy Stamps; Card. Cooke; Mount Loretto Postcards; NY Harbor Map.
iii. Street People; Street Vendors;
Child Labor; Crudity to Children; The Tombs; Election Night; Homeless;
c) Misc. Small Boxes
i. Thomas Nast (2)
ii. Misc. Newsboys
iii. Newsboys (New)
N.Y. Evenning World Newsboys Club (tin badge)
1905 Licensed Newsboy 370 Boston A. (metal badge)
News Boy 272 (metal badge)
News Boy Malden 187 (metal badge)
11191 Toledo Newsboys Association (brass badge)
1942 Juvenile Street Trades 416 Senior Newsboy (brass badge)
News Boys' Association of Philadelpha (pin)
Boys Week Philadelphia 1927 (5 pins)
Old Newsboys Goodfellow Fund 1929 (pin)
Old Newsboys Goodfellow Fund 1930 (pin)
Old Newsboys Goodfellow Fund 1932 (pin)
Old Newsboys Goodfellow Fund 1935 (pin)
Old Newsboys Goodfellow Fund 1937 (pin)
Old Newsboys Goodfellow Fund 51st Year 1964 (pin)
Old Newsboys Goodfellow Fund "Forgotten" L.J. Newman 338 (pin)
News & American Newsboys League. Lieutenant NANL (pin)
News & American Newsboys League. Segeant "Work Will Win" (pin)
Buttercup New York Sunday American 67855 (pin)
Syracuse Herald Newsboys Association 1193 (pin)
Elmira Newsboy 201 (pin)
Newsboy Board of Education City of New York Bureau of Attendance 2002 Expires Sept. 9th 1929 (pin)
Newsboy Board of Education City of New York Bureau of Attendance 1 Expires June 30, 1922 (pin)
Newsboys License City of Watervliet, New York 107 Watervliet, N.Y. (pin)
Newsboys License City of Newark, New York, Newark, N.Y. (pin)
Newsboys License City of Green Island, New York, Green Island, N.Y. (pin)
Board of Education 739 Newsboy Rochester, N.Y. (pin)
Board of Education 1652 Newsboy Rochester, N.Y. (pin)
Bulletin One Cent (pin)
Cedar Rapids Newsboy (pin)
Chicago American Newsboys Assn. June (pin)
Chicago American Newsboys Assn. Nov. (pin)
News Booster Club (pin)
Providence Journal Newsboys & Carriers Assn. (pin)
Department of Public Instruction Newsboy No. 1593 14 Years of Over (pin)
b) Framed Pictures (remove from frames and file w. orig. prints?) Box ?
"Toby" (pastel print of crying boy), n.d.
"School Days," 8x10, n.d.
Newsboy counting money (term for raised surface?)
c) Statues (c.1869-1975) Box 18c
"Extra," newsboy statue, n.d., 23 in. (This is not by John Rogers, but may be one of two patented in 1869 by Carl Mulller.)
Replica of Newsboy Fountain, Great Barrington, Mass., n.d., 15 in. (arm broken)
Metal "PAPER" rack with newsboy silhouette, n.d., 12 in.
"Extra -- May 9th -- Clare's Birthday," painted terra cotta, 10 in.
"Extra -- P.J. Eckel Retires -- Stock Down," painted terra cotta, 10 in.
Alt. inscription: "Penna RR. April 29, 22-July 31, 1969. Newsboy 1915.
¥ Clay newsboy, © Austin Prod Inc., 1975, 9 1/4 in.
Boy tending newsstand, color ceramic, Davar Originals, Taiwan, n.d., 7 in.
"Li'l Ephr'am, St. Louis Star," color ceramic of black boy, n.d., 7 in. (arm broken)
"Newsboy, Great Barrington, Mass.," N.C. Promotions, Watertown, N.Y., n.d., 6 3/4 in.
Ceramic beggar boy in green coat on wood base, n.d., 6 3/4 in.
Newsboy with yellow shirt, color ceramic, n.d., $1.89, 6 in.
Wooden newsboy, gold painted, n.d., 5 1/4 in.
Ceramic Japanese newsboy fly, "Made in Occupied Japan," 4 1/4 in.
Newsboy with cats leaning against lampost holding "Mariage" edition. metal mounted on wood, c. 1947. Peltro (Italian), 4 in..
b) Periodicals, Catalogs and Misc. Material Box 19b
i. Collectors' Periodicals
Au Courant, Amsterdam
Bootblack, The Horatio Alger Magazine (1989)
Collectible Newspapers, Newspaper Collectors Society of America, Lansing, MI. Vols. 1- 11 (1984-1994), plus misc. atlases, indexes, membership rosters, primers, and posters.
The Eckel Family News, Denver (1991-92)
The Illustrator Collectors' News (1987-88, inc.)
P.A.C., The Paper and Advertising Collector, official publication of the National Association of Paper & Advertising Collectors (1986-88; 1993, inc.)
PCM, Paper Collectors' Marketplace (1987-90, inc.)
iii. Collectors' Catalogs
Phil Barber, Boston, Mass.
Dime Novel Round
Timothy J. Hughes, Williamsport, PA
M-C Associates Mail Auction Cat. No. 12 (1983), 21 (1986), 25 (1987)
New York Bound Bookshop, Catalog 12, 16, (1992)
Robert Shuhi-Books, Morris, CT
Gordon Toty, Lunenburg, MA
Americana/Collectibles Auction (1987) Doyle, Fishkill, NY.
James Lowe Autographers, Ltd.
Jim Lyons, Los Altos, CA
J. Mace, Arlington, VA
Poster Mail Auction Co., 1987, Waterford, VA
Brett A. Yaden, Yorba Linda, CA
iii. Collectors' Files
Newspapers Collectors' Society
a) Artists, Illustrators, Photographers Box 20a
Alexander, John W. (1856-1915)
Arthurs, Stanley Massey
Bannister, Edward Mitchell (1828-1901)
Barnard, George N.
Barry, Charles A. (1830-1892)
Beard, Dan (1850-1941)
Bellows, George Wesley (1882-1925)
Benson, Eugene (E.S.B.) (1839-1908)
Bird, E.B. (1867-1943)
Blauvelt, Charles F. (1824-1900)
Blum, Robert (1857-1903)
Blythe, David Gilmour (1815-1865)
Bowers, George Newell (1876-1905)
Brewer, Edward (1883-1971)
Broughton, Charles (1861-1912)
Brown, John George (1831-1913) (5 files)
Brownscombe, Jennie (1850-1936)
Bush, Charles G.
Cafferty, James H. (1819-1869)
Calyo, Nicolino (1799-1884)
Chapman, Cyrun Durand (1856-1918)
Chase, William Merritt (1849-1916)
Christy, Howard C. (1873-1952)
Church, F.S. (1842-1924)
Clinedinst, Benjamin M. (1859-1931)
Curtis, George William (1869-1927?)
Darley, F.O.C. (1822-1888)
Davis, Theodore R. (1840-1894)
Decker, Joseph (1853-1924)
De Thulstrup, Thure (1849-1930)
Dielman, Frederick (1847-1935)
Eaton, Wyatt (1849-1896)
Edmonds, Francis W. (1806-1863)
Epstein, Jacob (1880-1959)
Eytinge, Sol (1833-1905)
Forbes, Edwin (1839-1895)
Freeman, James Edward (1808-1884)
Frost, Arthur B. (1851-1928)
Flagg, James Montgomery (1877-1960)
Gibbs, George (1870-?)
Gibson, Charles Dana (1867-1944)
Guy, Seymour Joseph (1824-1910)
Harris, Robert (1849-1910)
Hassam, Childe (1859-1935)
Henri, Robert (1865-1929)
Henrici, John H.
Herford, Oliver (1863-1935)
Higgins, Eugene (1874-1958)
Hirsch, Joseph (1910-?)
Homer, Winslow (1836-1910)
Inman, Henry (1801-1846)
Inness, George (1825-1894)
Jewett, William S. (1812-1873)
Kelly, James Edward (1855-1933)
Keppler, Joseph (1838-1894)
LeClear, Thomas (1818-1882)
Leigh, William Robinson (1866-1955)
Leyendecker, J.C. (1874-1951)
Lossing, Benson John (1813-1891)
Maxfield, James E. (1848-?)
McLaughlin, James W. (?-1923)
Mitchell, John Ames
Morgan, Matthew S. (1839-1890)
Morgan, William Penn (1826-1900)
Nast, Thomas (1840-1902) (2 files)
Oakley, Thornton (1881-1953)
Opper, Frederick Burr (1857-1937)
Page, William (1811-1885)
Parrish, Maxfield (1870-1966)
Parsons, Charles (1821-1910)
Pennel, Joseph (1860-1926)
Perard Victor S. (1870-1957)
Piquet, Rudolph (
Pyle, Howard (1853-1911)
Ranney, William (1813-1857)
Reinhart, Charles S. (1844-1896)
Remington, Frederic S. (1861-1909)
Revenaugh, A.O. (1840-1908)
Rockwell, Norman (1894-1978)
Rogers, William A. (1854-1931)
Shaver, James Robert (1867-1949)
Sloan, John (1871-1951)
Smedley, William T. (1858-1920)
Share, H.P. (1853-1905)
Sheppard, William L. (1833-1912)
Smith, Albert Leslie
Smith, Jessie Wilcox (1863-1935)
Snape, William H.
Spencer, F.R. (1806-1875)
Ulrich, Charles F. (1858-1908)
Walker, William Aiken (1838-1921)
Waud, Alfred R. (1828-1891)
Weldon, Charles Dater (1844-1935)
Whitehead, Walter (1874-1956)
Wilmarth, Lemuel E. (1835-1918)
Winner, William E. (1815-1883)
Wireman, Katherine Richardson (1878-1966)
Witkowski, Karl (1860-1910) (2 files)
Woolf, Michael Angelo (1837-1899) (2)
Wood, Thomas Waterman (1823-1903)
Yewell, George Henry (1830-1923)
Yohn, Frederick C. (1875-1933)
Misc. Subject Files
Paintings of Newsboys
Recent Acquisitions in American Paintings, Kenneth Lux Gallery, NY, 1980.
b) Father John C. Drumgoole and Mount Loretto Box 20b
c) Drumgoole Centennial, Exhibits, Clippings Box 20c
"Drumgoole's World" Exhibit
Text and caption drafts
Poster and Background
d. Newsboy research Box 20d
e. Newsboy research Box 20e
f. Newsboy research Box 20f
g. Newsboy research Box 20g
h. Newsboy research Box 20h
(Give summary or range of topics.)