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Collection Title: Heartman (Charles F.) Papers

Collection Number: M94

Dates: ca. 1893 - 1990; Bulk Dates ca. 1913-1963

Volume: 24 cubic feet

Provenance: The bulk of the collection was purchased from Charles F. Heartman's daughter, Mrs. Neil McKinney, in 1972. Additional materials were donated by Mrs. McKinney in 1986 and 1987.

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Biographical/Historical Sketch:

Charles Frederick Heartman was a well known antiquarian book dealer and one of the foremost authorities on rare Americana of his time. From 1936 to 1943 he lived on an estate named "The Book Farm", which was situated approximately six miles south of Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

Mr. Heartman was born on April 4, 1883, in Braunschweig, Germany. His father was Charles Henry Frederick Peter Heartman, a furniture dealer. His mother died when he was two, and he was reared by his father and grandmother. He attended grade school and gymnasium (a German secondary school that prepares students for the university).

Heartman began collecting books and prints as a child, and at the age of seventeen he produced a literary periodical entitled Der Literat. He wrote for several German newspapers and periodicals, and at one time was a foreign correspondent in the Balkans. By 1907 he owned and edited a small newspaper called Der Berliner Beobachter. Also in 1907, convinced that Germany was in a moral, physical and intellectual decline, he emigrated to London, England. There he continued his journalistic career and made preliminary inroads into the bookselling business.

While in London he met Martha Charlotte Frieda Esche who was also a German emigre, and the two were married on August 19, 1908. They remained in England until 1911, when they emigrated to the United States with only the $40.00 in cash required of all immigrants.

In New York Heartman was hired as a society reporter for The New York Herald, but was fired when it was discovered that he was married (marriage was apparently considered a liability for that position). He then accepted a job as janitor of an apartment building. This time he was fired because he was more successful at renting apartments than was the building superintendent.

In his spare time, he worked as a volunteer for a book dealer named Deutschberger, learning everything he could about the book trade. In 1913 he held his first book auction, and his career was launched. He established book stores at two locations in New York, first on Lexington Avenue and later on East 24th Street. In 1920 Heartman decided that his book business might prosper in other areas of New England. In search of the perfect location, he moved to Rutland, Vermont. Then in 1921, he moved to Perth Amboy, New Jersey, finally settling in Metuchen, New Jersey in 1922. There he purchased a Greek Revival mansion and conducted retail sales and auctions of rare books and manuscripts from his home. His auction sales were elaborate, well planned events, and frequently included sumptuous meals prepared by Mrs. Heartman. The Heartmans remained in Metuchen for thirteen years.

In 1935, Heartman moved to New Orleans and with his associate Charles Knight, established The Pelican Galleries in the French Quarter. In 1936, he purchased a 400-acre farm from the United States Government, approximately six miles south of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, which he named The Book Farm. His original intent was to establish a cooperative colony for artistic and literary individuals on the estate. However, the venture proved economically unfeasible, so he returned to selling books and conducting auctions. In this rural setting, the Heartmans frequently held outdoor barbecues for auction patrons and guests. The Heartmans remained in Hattiesburg until 1943, when they relocated to Biloxi, Mississippi. The Biloxi establishment was also called The Book Farm.

Wanderlust struck again in 1947, and Heartman moved to New Braunfels, Texas. There he conducted business from his two-story stucco home on Seguin Street. In 1951 he returned to New Orleans, where he established The Southern Library Service. He remained in New Orleans until his death in 1953.

Charles and Martha Heartman were the parents of one daughter, Dolley Madison Heartman, so named because at the time of her birth, her father was examining the personal papers of the former first lady. Had the child been a boy, he would have been named Stonewall Jackson Heartman. Dolley (who prefers to be called Madison) was educated in England at Crouch End School, a private girls' school operated by Miss Charlotte Cowdroy. Ms. Heartman married Neil McKinney of New Orleans.

Throughout his career, Heartman haunted book stores, auctions, estate sales and the like, searching for rare books and manuscripts. He specialized in rare Americana, which is considered his most important contribution to the literary world. One of his strongest legacies is in the field of Afro-Americana. Two significant collections of Heartman's Afro-Americana exist. One is at Xavier University in New Orleans; the other is at Texas Southern University in Houston, and is perhaps the largest such collection in the United States.

Heartman founded the 78 volume "Heartman's Historical Series", consisting of bibliographies, reprints of rare books relating to America, checklists of authors' works, and original productions. He also wrote a number of books, using such pseudonyms as Stefan Stumpf, Steven Stump and Heinrich Hartman. Among his published works are Maria Hedwig (written in 1907 about his first love), Cuisine de l'Amour, and A Bibliographical Checklist of the First Editions of Edgar Allan Poe, Vols. I - III. In addition, he edited and published two book collecting journals, The American Collector (which was later re-named The Americana Collector) and The American Book Collector, and wrote pamphlets on a variety of topics. Among his pamphlets are several stinging criticisms of his native Germany during World Wars I and II. An example is "There Must Be No Germany After This War", published in 1943.

Mr. Heartman was a member of the National Republican Club, the Edgar Allan Poe Club, the Knights of Pythias, the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks, and several book clubs and state historical societies.

Charles F. Heartman died of a heart attack on May 8, 1953, at his home in New Orleans, just three days after attending a meeting of the National Society of Autograph Collectors in Columbus, Ohio. His remains were cremated.

After her husband's death, Martha Heartman continued to operate his bookselling business until 1963, but conducted no auctions. Mrs. Heartman died on October 26, 1969, in New Orleans, at the age of 88.

Charles Heartman has been described as brilliant, stimulating, salty, and colorful. However, more insight is contained in the fact that one of the most gratifying events of his life was becoming a naturalized American citizen on September 12, 1916. In his own words, "The most glorious moment of my life was when the postman handed me that long white envelope that I knew contained my naturalization papers."

Scope and Content:

This collection consists of approximately 24 cubic feet of materials that document the life and career of Charles F. Heartman from about 1893 until his death in 1953. His wife, Martha, continued to run the bookselling business after her husband's death, and some materials in the collection relate to that time period. Whenever possible, Mr. Heartman's original file names have been retained in arranging the collection.

The collection has been divided into seven series:

Series I: Personal Records

Series II: Business Records

Series III: Americana Catalogues

Series IV: Auction Catalogues

Series V: Heartman's Historical Series

Series VI: Publications:

Books

Pamphlets

Periodicals

Series VII: Miscellaneous Materials

Series I is comprised of an assortment of personal records pertaining to Charles and Martha Heartman and their daughter, Dolley Madison Heartman McKinney. Items of particular interest are Mr. Heartman's 1893 report card, his naturalization certificate, a series of correspondence between the Heartmans and their daughter, and letters to Heartman from Theodore Roosevelt (Box 1, Folder 29). In a letter to his daughter (Feb. 21, 1934) Heartman expressed his views on Russia, Germany and Poland, and a letter from Martha to Dolley (ca. 1942) discusses the fact that the Heartmans were considered Nazi spies by some Hattiesburg citizens. Other items in the series are articles and manuscripts by Charles Heartman, Charles and Martha Heartman's marriage certificates and passports, certificates of membership in various organizations, and a collection of photographs. The photographs portray members of the Heartman Family, friends and acquaintances, several of the Heartmans' homes, and scenes from Martha Heartman's hometown of Gorlitz, Germany.

Series II contains records pertaining to Heartman's business activities. Of interest in this series are the Barnett-Muir libel case (resulting from an article in the November 1932 issue of The American Book Collector), correspondence concerning Heartman's bankruptcy in the 1930s, and customer account records. Also in the series are general business correspondence, copyrights, orders for items from Americana catalogues, newspaper clippings, and correspondence with book trade personalities such as Thomas W. Streeter, Mitchell Kennerly, George D. Smith, and A. Edward Newton.

Series III consists of Americana catalogues which featured items for sale at Heartman's establishment. The catalogues described each item in some detail and listed its selling price. Mr. Heartman often prefaced his catalogues with lively commentaries on topics related to book collecting, and frequently added reproductions of historical documents to make them more visually appealing. Because of his attention to detail and their bibliographical value, libraries such as The New York Public Library, The Library of Congress, the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris, and the British Library collected complete sets of the catalogues. Eighty-seven priced and numbered catalogues and twenty-nine priced but unnumbered catalogues are in this series. In addition there are five unpriced catalogues.

Series IV contains auction catalogues dating from 1913 to 1953. Heartman's first auction sale was held in 1913, in New York and the last one was held in 1953, in New Orleans. However, it was in Metuchen, New Jersey that his most famous auction sales occurred. Heartman's yellow and white Greek Revival mansion was furnished throughout with Early American antiques, and provided the perfect backdrop for the sale of rare Americana. Examples of auctions held there are one at which Wilberforce Eames, William Clements, Lathrop Harper, and Otis G. Hammond "gathered in an upstairs room and discussed collectors and collecting for most of the afternoon", and a Washington's Birthday sale in 1926, at which Mrs. Heartman served authentic colonial dishes such as Washington himself would have consumed. Heartman produced 312 auction catalogues during his forty-year career, and copies of most are available in this collection. At the end of the series are three catalogues produced by individuals other than Heartman.

Series V is a collection of "Heartman's Historical Series" which includes bibliographies, original works of contemporary authors, and historical reprints. Unfortunately, the set is not complete; numbers 8, 14, 51, 55, 65, and 72 are missing. For this series, Heartman chose topics which he considered important to the history of American printing and literature. Examples are Samuel Stubbs' Account of the War of 1812 (No. 5); Phillis Wheatley (No. 7); Letters on the Condition of Kentucky in 1825 (No. 22); A Bibliography of Edgar Allan Poe (No. 53); and Defense of a Lincoln Conspirator (No. 66). Numbers 54 and 73-75 were compiled by former University of Southern Mississippi president, Dr. William D. McCain, and deal with the Journals of the General Assembly of the Mississippi Territory and laws of the Mississippi Territory.

Series VI is comprised of publications and has three subseries: (1) Books, (2) Pamphlets, and (3) Periodicals. Items within each subseries are arranged alphabetically, by title.

Many of the books in this series are either by or about Charles Heartman. Among them are A Bibliographical Checklist of the First Editions of Edgar Allan Poe, Vols. I - III, Twenty-five Years in the Auction Business and What Now?, and Maria Hedwig, all by Charles Heartman. Books by other authors include Concerning Charles F. Heartman by Harry B. Weiss; Wasted Womanhood by Charlotte Cowdroy; and The Fortunes of Mitchell Kennerly by Matthew J. Bruccoli (Mitchell Kennerly was a book dealer, friend of Charles Heartman and former employer of Dolley Heartman McKinney).

The pamphlet subseries contains publications by Heartman and a variety of other authors. Titles by Heartman include "The Necessity of Prohibiting German Newspapers", "John Peter Zenger and His Fight for the Freedom of the American Press", and "There Must Be No Germany After This War." Among the titles by other authors are "The Angler" by Washington Irving, "The Fornicators Court" by Robert Burns, "Some Facts Concerning the Invention of Printing" by Charles S. Snydor, and "Origin and Development of Shakespeare's Hamlet" by J. Christian Bay.

The periodical subseries consists primarily of The American Book Collector, The American Collector, and The Americana Collector, which were edited and published by Charles Heartman. Other periodicals include Antiquarian Bookman, The Canadian Bookman, and The Publishers' Weekly.

Series VII contains miscellaneous materials that did not fit well into other series. For instance there are files on Aaron Burr, William Hobart Royce, and Lewis Carroll. Examples of other items are letters between King George III and his princes, three estate files, several German documents, and an undated list entitled "Twenty-five Most Influential Books Since 1885. Also included are three folders of correspondence with members of the Cowan Family (1900-1912). The connection, if any, between this family and the Heartmans is unclear.

The final items in the collection are a small silver-embossed glass bearing Charles Heartman's initials and a magnifying monocle such as Heartman may have used in examining rare books and manuscripts.

This collection should be of interest to researchers of antiquarian books, rare Americana, or the rare book and manuscript business. In addition it provides insight into the assimilation of a German immigrant family, and through correspondence, the researcher is able to access the personality of Mr. Heartman and the dynamics of the Heartman Family.

Box and Folder List:
Series I: Personal Records
Box 1
Folder 1
Biographical Sketch of Charles F. Heartman (ca. 1953)
Folder 2
School Report Card of Charles Heartman [A.K.A. Karl Hartmann] (December 20, 1893)
Folder 3
Marriage Certificate of Charles & Martha Heartman (August 19, 1908)
Folder 4
Charles F. Heartman's Certificate of Naturalization (Sept. 12, 1916)
Folder 5
Passports of Charles F. Heartman (1905, 1929, 1934, and 1935)
Folder 6
Obituaries of Charles F. Heartman (1953)
Folder 7
Information Concerning the Funeral of Charles F. Heartman (1953)
Folder 8 Eulogy For Charles F. Heartman (ca. 1953)
Folder 9 Condolences (May 8 - 30, 1953)
Folder 10 Condolences (June 1 - 29, 1953)
Folder 11 Condolences (July 9 - 27, 1953)
Folder 12 Condolences (August 3 - 29, 1953)
Folder 13 Condolences (September 2 - 18, 1953)
Folder 14 Condolences (Undated)
Folder 15 Charles F. Heartman Estate (1953)
Folder 16 National Republican Club (1921; 1930)
Folder 17 American Book Collectors' Club (ca. 1932)
Folder 18 Certificate: American Defense Society (September 4, 1918)
Folder 19 Certificate: Antiquarian Booksellers Association (1931)
Folder 20 Certificate: Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (March 15, 1932)
Folder 21 Certificate: Edgar Allan Poe Club (1935-1936)
Folder 22 Certificate: Knights of Pythias, Suspension Certificate (December 17, 1941)
Folder 23 Certificate: New York Historical Society (June 11, 1924)
Folder 24 Certificate: Rhode Island Historical Society (February 15, 1922)
Folder 25 Certificate: Vermont Historical Society (April 14, 1925)
Folder 26 Passenger List of R.M.S. Aquitania (September 19, 1931)
Folder 27 Canceled Check for Mortgage on Metuchen, New Jersey Home (December 8, 1926)
Folder 28 Canceled Check (September 20, 1926) and Utility Bill (1935)
Folder 29 Letters From Theodore Roosevelt (August 11, 1916; August 17, 1916; & June 26, 1918)
Folder 30 Poem: "Theodore Roosevelt Heartman" (Undated)
Folder 31 Proposal For "Utopian" Cooperative Community (ca. 1936)
Folder 32 Speech Before The New Orleans Literary Club, "Three 18th Century Negroes" (Undated)
Folder 33 Liquor Permit (July 30, 1920)
Folder 34 Book Review: "Charles F. Heartman Reviews Dr. Rosenbach's Young American Parade (Undated)


Box 2  
Folder 1 Article: "Letter of Advice to a Young American - The Story of a Rare Pamphlet" (Undated)
Folder 2 Manuscript For Murder Mystery, By C. F. Heartman (Undated)
Folder 3 99 - Page Manuscript About a German Immigrant (PP. 1 - 6 Missing) (Undated)
Folder 4 Manuscript: "Diary of a Sea-Voyage," Translated by C. F. Heartman (1918)
Folder 5 Six Partial Manuscripts, Probably Written by C. F. Heartman (Undated)
Folder 6 Short Story: "A Woman's Shirt" by Stephen Stump (Heartman Pen Name) (Undated)
Folder 7 Short Story: "Joe Garibaldi," by Stephen Stump (Heartman Pen Name) (Undated)
Folder 8 Article: "Facetious Ben Franklin," by C. F. Heartman (Undated)
Folder 9 Lecture Series: "Book Collecting - Hobby Supreme" (Undated)
Folder 10 Correspondence Written in German (1901-1926)
Folder 11 Correspondence Written in English (1918-1965)
Folder 12 Correspondence (Undated)
Folder 13 Correspondence Re: New Braunfels, Texas (1947-1950)
Folder 14 Correspondence Re: Wynstones, A Private School in England (ca. 1937-1940)
Folder 15 Correspondence: Christmas Cards (Undated)
Folder 16 Martha Heartman: Passports (1931 and 1937)
Folder 17 Martha Heartman: Genealogy (Undated)
Folder 18 Martha Heartman: Last Will and Testament of Her Parents (September 3, 1929)
Folder 19 Martha Heartman: Obituary in Ab Bookman (November 17 - 24, 1969)
Folder 20 Martha Heartman: Letter About Martha Heartman, Written in German (Dec. 29, 1910)
Folder 21 Martha Heartman: Correspondence Re: Washington's Birthday Dinner (1926)
Folder 22 Martha Heartman: Correspondence Written in German (1951: 1955)
Folder 23 Martha Heartman: General Correspondence (ca. 1907-1964)
Folder 24 Martha Heartman: Woman's Branch of the New Jersey Historical Society (1927)
Folder 25 Martha Heartman: Borough Improvement League of Metuchen, New Jersey (Club Calendar) (1925-1926)
Folder 26 Martha Heartman: Golden Age Club Hobby Show (1958)
Folder 27 Martha Heartman: Deed & Tax Document for Biloxi, Mississippi Property (1945: 1947)
Folder 28 Martha Heartman: Talk Before Borough Improvement League, "Early American Period Furniture" (1938)
Folder 29 Martha Heartman: Synopses of Two Manuscripts For Photo Plays Written By Martha Heartman (Undated)
Folder 30 Martha Heartman: Item From American Bookman (January 20, 1964)
Folder 31 Martha Heartman: Photographic Maps of Gorlitz, Germany (Undated)
Folder 32 Dolley M. Heartman McKinney: Correspondence - Dolley To Her Parents (ca. 1930-1931)
Folder 33 Dolley M. Heartman McKinney: Correspondence -Parents To Dolley (1934-1950)
Folder 34 Dolley M. Heartman McKinney: Correspondence -Parents To Dolley (Undated)
Folder 35 Dolley M. Heartman McKinney: Correspondence With Charles R. Knight (1942-1946)


Box 3  
Folder 1 Dolley M. Heartman McKinney: General Correspondence (1964-1990)
Folder 2 Dolley M. Heartman McKinney: School Vacation in the United States (1933)
Folder 3 Dolley M. Heartman McKinney: Pages From Personal Journal (1935)
Folder 4 Dolley M. Heartman McKinney: Crouch End High School & College, London, England (ca. 1931-1936)
Folder 5 Dolley M. Heartman McKinney: Dolley's Account of Her Father's Death (ca.1953)
Folder 6 Dolley M. Heartman and Dolley Madison, First Lady: Newsclippings (1948 & 1958)
Folder 7 Photographs: M94-1 through M94-3
Folder 8 Photographs: M94-4 through M94-12
Folder 9 Photographs: M94-13 through M94-18
Folder 10 Photographs: M94-19 through M94-26
Folder 11 Photographs: M94-27 through M94-35
Folder 12 Photographs: M94-36 through M94-45
Folder 13 Photographs: M94-46 through M94-49
Folder 14 Photographs: M94-50 through M94-60
Folder 15 Photographs: M94-61 through M94-69
Folder 16 Photographs: M94-70 through M94-75
Folder 17 Photographs: M94-76 through M94-80
Folder 18 Photographs: M94-81 through M94-93
Folder 19 Photographs: M94-94 through M94-103


Series II: Business Records
Box 4  
Folder 1 Business Cards (Rutland, Vermont, and Metuchen, New Jersey)
Folder 2 Leather Labels With Charles F. Heartman's Initials
Folder 3 Auction Agreement Between Charles Heartman and Paul Veith (1952)
Folder 4 Copyrights For The American Collector (1925-1926)
Folder 5 Copyright Certificates (1932-1935)
Folder 6 Copyright Certificates (1940-1950)
Folder 7 Copyright Information (Undated)
Folder 8 Stock Certificates In Charles F. Heartman, Limited (1933)
Folder 9 Customers: A - W
Folder 10 Customer Accounts: A - B
Folder 11 Customer Accounts: C - F
Folder 12 Customer Accounts: G - L
Folder 13 Customer Accounts: M - R
Folder 14 Customer Accounts: S - Z
Folder 15 Freight Bills, Shipping Orders, and Bills of Lading (1942)
Folder 16 Parcel Post Insurance Labels (ca. 1962-1964)
Folder 17 Advertisements For Heartman's Bookselling Business (ca. 1920's)


Box 5  
Folder 1 Heartman Bankruptcy: Correspondence (April 1 - December 16, 1935)
Folder 2 Heartman Bankruptcy: Correspondence (January 8 - December 11, 1936)
Folder 3 Heartman Bankruptcy: Correspondence (January 6, 1937 - March 23, 1938; Undated)
Folder 4 Heartman Bankruptcy: Appraisal Lists (ca. 1935)
Folder 5 Heartman Bankruptcy: Lists and Schedules of Liabilities (ca. 1935)
Folder 6 Business Correspondence: General (1916-1930)
Folder 7 Business Correspondence: General (1931-1934)
Folder 8 Business Correspondence: General (1935-1939)
Folder 9 Business Correspondence: General (1940-1942)
Folder 10 Business Correspondence: General (1943-1949)
Folder 11 Business Correspondence: General (1951-1970)
Folder 12 Business Correspondence: General (Undated)
Folder 13 American Book Collector: Subscriptions (1931-1932)
Folder 14 American Book Collector: Advertising Accounts (ca. 1932-1935)
Folder 15 American Book Collector: A.B.C. List (Undated)

 
Box 6  
Folder 1 American Book Collector: Correspondence (1931)
Folder 2 American Book Collector: Correspondence (1932-1934)
Folder 3 American Book Collector: Correspondence (1935)
Folder 4 American Book Collector: Correspondence (1936-1940; Undated)
Folder 5 Barnett-Muir Case: Correspondence (September 21 - December 30, 1932)
Folder 6 Barnett-Muir Case: Correspondence (January 3 - March 27, 1933)
Folder 7 Barnett-Muir Case: Correspondence (April 5 - December 18, 1933)
Folder 8 Barnett-Muir Case: Correspondence (January 2 - December 26, 1934)
Folder 9 Barnett-Muir Case: Correspondence (1935-1945; Undated)
Folder 10 The Blue Book: Correspondence (1936-1937)
Folder 11 George Frisbee: Correspondence (1930-1932)
Folder 12 "Hot Shot From A German-Born American" [From Literary Digest]: Correspondence (1918)
Folder 13 Mitchell Kennerly: Correspondence (1937 1946)
Folder 14 1784 Map of Kentucky by John Filson: Correspondence (1930)
Folder 15 Percy H. Muir, London, England: Correspondence (1932-1934; Undated)
Folder 16 A. Edward Newton: Correspondence (1931-1935)
Folder 17 George D. Smith. Gentleman Bookseller: Correspondence (1945-1946)
Folder 18 Vilhjalmur Stefansson: Correspondence (1931-1940)
Folder 19 Thomas W. Streeter: Correspondence (1943)
 
Box 7  
Folder 1 "There Must Be No Germany After This War": Correspondence (1942-1943)
Folder 2 Minnie and Merle Walker: Correspondence (ca. 1938-1941)
Folder 3 John Peter Zenger Book: Correspondence and Orders (1934-1935)
Folder 4 Correspondence Re: Orders (1958)
Folder 5 Correspondence Re: Orders (1959)
Folder 6 Correspondence Re: Orders (1960)
Folder 7 Correspondence Re: Orders (1961)
Folder 8 Correspondence Re: Orders (1962)
Folder 9 Correspondence Re: Orders (1963-1964)
Folder 10 Correspondence Re: Orders (Undated)
Folder 11 Orders For "The Beginnings Of Printing In Florida" (1950-1951)
Folder 12 Orders For "Confederate Broadside Verse" (1945-1951; Undated)
Folder 13 Orders For "Early Printing In Wyoming And The Black Hills" (1943; Undated)
Folder 14 Orders For "Mississippi Imprints" (1943-1947; Undated)
Folder 15 Orders For "What Constitutes A Confederate Imprint?" (1939; Undated)
 
Box 8  
Folder 1 Correspondence Re: Catalogue Orders (1949)
Folder 2 Correspondence Re: Catalogue Orders (1950-1951)
Folder 3 Orders From Catalogue No. 136 (1950-1951)
Folder 4 Orders From Catalogue No. 137 (1950; Undated)
Folder 5 Orders From Catalogue No. 138 (1950-1951)
Folder 6 Orders From Catalogue No. 139 (1950-1951)
Folder 7 Orders From Catalogue No. 140 (1951)
Folder 8 Orders From Catalogue No. 142 (1951)
Folder 9 Orders From Catalogue No. 143 (1951)
Folder 10 Orders From Catalogue No. 145 (1951)
Folder 11 Orders From Catalogue No. 146 (1951)
Folder 12 Orders From Catalogue No. 147 (1951)
Folder 13 Orders From Catalogue No. 188 (1962)
Folder 14 Orders From Catalogue No. 189 (1962)
Folder 15 Orders From Catalogue No. 190 (1963)
 
Box 9  
Folder 1 Edgar Allan Poe Bibliography, Part I: Orders (1932-1934)
Folder 2 Edgar Allan Poe Bibliography, Part II: Orders (1932-1935)
Folder 3 Edgar Allan Poe Bibliography, Part III: Orders (1932-1933)
Folder 4 Edgar Allan Poe Bibliography: Correspondence (1931)
Folder 5 Edgar Allan Poe Bibliography: Correspondence (1932)
Folder 6 Edgar Allan Poe Bibliography: Correspondence (1933; Undated)
Folder 7 Edgar Allan Poe Bibliography: Research Materials
Folder 8 Edgar Allan Poe Bibliography: Research Materials
Folder 9 Edgar Allan Poe Bibliography: Research Materials
Folder 10 Edgar Allan Poe Bibliography: Rough Work Sheets and Galley Proofs
Folder 11 Edgar Allan Poe Bibliography: Poe Forgeries (ca. 1932-1933)
Folder 12 "The Charles F. Heartman Collection of Materials Relating to Negro Culture": News Sheets 1 - 7 (January - November, 1945)
Folder 13 Heartman Manuscript Collection on Slavery: Xavier University
Folder 14 Liquidation of Store in St. Louis, Missouri (1942)
Folder 15 Promotional Materials (ca. 1930's)
Folder 16 Price Lists and Catalogue/Auction Numbers (ca. 1932)
Folder 17 Catalogue of Items Sold at Auction to Benefit German War Fund (1914)
Folder 18 Reservation For Gathering of Bibliophiles at Heartman Home (December 19, 1934)
Folder 19 "New Orleans In 1805" (1936)
Folder 20 Auction of California Newspapers, 1850-1855
Folder 21 Assorted Lists of Repositories, Rare Books, and Manuscripts (1954; Undated)
Folder 22 Newspaper Clippings (1916-1919)
 
Box 10  
Folder 1 Newspaper Clippings (1920-1929)
Folder 2 Newspaper Clippings (1930-1939)
Folder 3 Newspaper Clippings (1940-1949)
Folder 4 Newspaper Clippings (1950-1985)
Folder 5 Newspaper Clippings (Undated)
Folder 6 Newspaper Clippings Printed in German (Undated)
Folder 7 Clippings From Periodicals (1917-1993; Undated)
Folder 8 Booklet of Clippings Re: American Book Collector (1931-1934)
Folder 9 Clippings: Materials Pertaining To The New England Primer (1916-1935; Undated)
Folder 10 Clippings Re: George D. Smith (1914; 1920)
Folder 11 Clippings Re: Frank Cutter Deering (1926; 1939)
 
Series III: Americana Catalogues
Box 10 (continued)
Folder 12 List of Catalogues of Charles and Martha Heartman, 1913-1953
Folder 13 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Early Issues): Catalogue No. 6 (ca. 1916)
Folder 14 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Early Issues): Catalogue No. 7 (ca. 1916)
Folder 15 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Early Issues): Catalogue No. 9 (ca. 1916)
Folder 16 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Early Issues): Catalogue No. 12, 13, 14 (ca. 1916)
Folder 17 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Early Issues): Catalogue No. 15 (ca. 1916)
 
Box 11  
Folder 1 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Early Issues): Catalogue No. 16 (May, 1916)
Folder 2 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Early Issues): Catalogue No. 17 (ca. 1916)
Folder 3 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 1 (Christmas, 1938)
Folder 4 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 2 (February, 1939)
Folder 5 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 3 (April, 1939)
Folder 6 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 4 (May, 1939)
Folder 7 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 5 (June, 1939)
Folder 8 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 6 (July, 1939)
Folder 9 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 7 (November, 1939)
Folder 10 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 15 (May, 1940)
Folder 11 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 22 (January, 1941)
Folder 12 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 23 (February, 1941)
Folder 13 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 24 (March, 1941)
Folder 14 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 25 (April, 1941)
Folder 15 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 26 (May, 1941)
Folder 16 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 27 (June, 1941)
Folder 17 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 28 (July, 1941)
Folder 18 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 29 (August, 1941)
Folder 19 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 30 (September, 1941)
Folder 20 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 31 (October, 1941)
Folder 21 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 32 (November, 1941)
Folder 22 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 33 (December, 1941)
Folder 23 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 34 (January, 1942)
Folder 24 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 35 (April, 1942)
Folder 25 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 36 (May, 1942)
Folder 26 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 37 (June, 1942)
Folder 27 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 73 (ca. 1945)
Folder 28 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 105 (May 15, 1946)
Folder 29 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 123 (July, 1948)
Folder 30 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalog No. 124 (January, 1949)
Folder 31 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 128 (May, 1949)
Folder 32 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 130 (June, 1949)
Folder 33 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 131 (June, 1949)
Folder 34 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 132 (September, 1949)
Folder 35 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 133 (November, 1949)
Folder 36 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 134 (ca. 1949)
Folder 37 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 135 (January, 1950)
Folder 38 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 136 (ca. 1950)
Folder 39 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 137 (ca. 1950)
Folder 40 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 138 (1950)
Folder 41 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 139 (ca. 1950)
 
Box 12  
Folder 1 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 140 (1951)
Folder 2 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 142 (February, 1951)
Folder 3 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 143 (ca. 1951)
Folder 4 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 144 (April, 1951)
Folder 5 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 145 (June, 1951)
Folder 6 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 146 (July, 1951)
Folder 7 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 147 (September, 1951)
Folder 8 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 148 (December, 1951)
Folder 9 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 149 (ca. 1952)
Folder 10 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 151 (January, 1952)
Folder 11 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 152 (February, 1952)
Folder 12 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 153 (March, 1952)
Folder 13 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 154 (April, 1952)
Folder 14 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 155 (May 31, 1952)
Folder 15 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 156 (September 15, 1952)
Folder 16 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 157 (November 27, 1952)
Folder 17 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 160 (March, 1963)
Folder 18 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 163 (April 4, 1954)
Folder 19 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 165 (January, 1955)
Folder 20 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 166 (April, 1955)
Folder 21 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 167 (September, 1955)
Folder 22 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 168 (January, 1956)
Folder 23 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 169 (April, 1956)
Folder 24 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 170 (August, 1956)
Folder 25 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 171 (November, 1956)
Folder 26 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 172 (February, 1957)
Folder 27 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 173 (May, 1957)
Folder 28 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 174 (September, 1957)
Folder 29 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 175 (January, 1958)
Folder 30 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 176 (May, 1958)
Folder 31 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 177 (September, 1958)
Folder 32 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 178 (February, 1959)
Folder 33 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues); Catalogue No. 179 (May, 1959)
Folder 34 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 180 (September, 1959)
Folder 35 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 181 (February, 1960)
Folder 36 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 182 (May, 1960)
Folder 37 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 183 (October, 1960)
Folder 38 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 184 (February, 1961)
Folder 39 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 185 (May, 1961)
Folder 40 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 186 (October, 1961)
Folder 41 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 187 (February, 1962)
Folder 42 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 189 (October, 1962)
Folder 43 Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogues (Later Issues): Catalogue No. 190 (September, 1963)


Box 13  
Folder 1 Priced Catalogue: Rare and Old Books (1914)
Folder 2 Priced Catalogue: "600 Pamphlets On America Prior To 1800" (ca. 1915)
Folder 3 Priced Catalogue: Rare Americana (ca. 1915)
Folder 4 Priced Catalogue: "A Short List of Rare and Fine Books" (ca. 1915)
Folder 5 Priced Catalogue: "Heartman's Monthly Americana List" (ca. 1915)
Folder 6 Priced Catalogue: "Rare Americana" (ca. 1915)
Folder 7 Priced Catalogue: Clearance Sale of Americana (ca. 1915)
Folder 8 Priced Catalogue: "American Bookplates" (ca. 1916)
Folder 9 Priced Catalogue: "Americana" (1917)
Folder 10 Priced Catalogue: "Americana" (1930)
Folder 11 Priced Catalogue: "Rare Americana" (ca. 1930)
Folder 12 Priced Catalogue: "Americana" (1932)
 
Box 14  
Folder 1 Priced Catalogue: Primarily Colonial and Revolutionary War Items (ca. 1933)
Folder 2 Priced Catalogue: "American Autographs" (June, 1936)
Folder 3 Priced Catalogue: "Americana" (September, 1936)
Folder 4 Priced Catalogue: "Books and Pamphlets Relating to the Confederate States" (December, 1940)
Folder 5 Priced Catalogue: "Extra Americana List" (ca. 1940)
Folder 6 Priced Catalogue: "A Few Books Desirable For Your Library" (ca. 1940)
Folder 7 Priced Catalogue: "Printed Material Relating to Texas and the Texans" (ca. 1940)
Folder 8 Priced Catalogue: Early American Poetry (1941)
Folder 9 Priced Catalogue: Early American Fiction (September, 1941)
Folder 10 Priced Catalogue: American Literature (October, 1941)
Folder 11 Priced Catalogue: American Literature Association Books and Juveniles (November, 1941)
Folder 12 Priced Catalogue: Poeana (January, 1947)
Folder 13 Priced Catalogue: "Americana, Printed and In Manuscript" (ca. 1949)
Folder 14 Priced Catalogue: "South Carolina During Turbulent Days" (ca. 1940's)
Folder 15 Priced Catalogue: "Catalogue of Rare Books" (ca. 1940's)
Folder 16 Priced Catalogue: Catalogue of Books (ca. 1950's)
Folder 17 Priced Catalogue: Description of Two Priced Catalogue Items (Undated)
Folder 18 Priced Catalogue: Barter Maxwell and Company Americana Catalogues, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8 (1931-1932)


Box 15  
Folder 1 Unpriced Catalogue: "500 Pamphlets and Broadsides, 1765-1789, Vol. I" (1922)
Folder 2 Unpriced Catalogue: "Pamphlets and Broadsides 1765-1789, Vol. II" (1923)
Folder 3 Unpriced Catalogue: "Pamphlets and Broadsides 1765-1789, Vol. II," Copy 2 (1923)
Folder 4 Unpriced Catalogue: "A Group of Autographs of the Signers of The Texas Declaration of Independence" (ca. 1950's)
Folder 5 Unpriced Catalogue: "New Records of The American Revolution" (Undated)
 
Series IV: Auction Catalogues
Box 15 (continued)
Folder 6 Heartman's Auction No. 1 (June, 1913)
Folder 7 Heartman's Auction No. 7 (October, 1915)
 
Box 16  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 8, 9, and 10 (November and December, 1913)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auction No. 11 (January, 1914)
Folder 3 Heartman's Auction No. 12 (February, 1914)
Folder 4 Heartman's Auction No. 13 (February, 1914)
Folder 5 Heartman's Auction No. 14 (February, 1914)
Folder 6 Heartman's Auction No. 15 (April, 1914)
Folder 7 Heartman's Auction No. 18 (May, 1914)
Folder 8 Heartman's Auction No. 19 (June 5, 1914)
Folder 9 Heartman's Auction No. 20 (June 30, 1914)
 
Box 17  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auction No. 21 (July 27, 1914)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auction No. 22 (September, 1914)
Folder 3 Heartman's Auction No. 23 (October, 1914)
Folder 4 Heartman's Auction No. 24 (October, 1914)
Folder 5 Heartman's Auction No. 25 (November, 1914)
Folder 6 Heartman's Auction No. 28 (December, 1914)
Folder 7 Heartman's Auction No. 29 (January, 1915)
Folder 8 Heartman's Auction No. 30 (February 8, 1915)
Folder 9 Heartman's Auction No. 32 (March, 1915)
Folder 10 Heartman's Auction No. 33 (April 13, 1915)
 
Box 18  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auction No. 34 (April 26, 1915)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auction No. 35 (May 7, 1915)
Folder 3 Heartman's Auction No. 36 (May 13, 1915)
Folder 4 Heartman's Auction No. 37 (May 24, 1915)
Folder 5 Heartman's Auction No. 38 (June 16, 1915)
Folder 6 Heartman's Auction No. 39 (July 27, 1915)
Folder 7 Heartman's Auction No. 40 (September 17, 1915)
Folder 8 Heartman's Auction No. 41 (October 1, 1915)
Folder 9 Heartman's Auction No. 42 (October 22, 1915)
Folder 10 Heartman's Auction No. 43 (November 5, 1915)
Folder 11 Heartman's Auction No. 44 (November 12, 1915)
Folder 12 Heartman's Auction No. 45 (December 13, 1915)
 
Box 19  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auction No. 46 (January 7, 1916)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auction No. 47 (February 4, 1916)
Folder 3 Heartman's Auction No. 48 (February 29, 1916)
Folder 4 Heartman's Auction No. 49 (March 20, 1916)
Folder 5 Heartman's Auction No. 50 (March 25, 1916)
Folder 6 Heartman's Auction No. 51 (April 13, 1916)
Folder 7 Heartman's Auction No. 52 (April 28, 1916)
Folder 8 Heartman's Auction No. 53 (May 9, 1916)
Folder 9 Heartman's Auction No. 54 (May 31, 1916)
Folder 10 Heartman's Auction No. 55 (June 12, 1916)
Folder 11 Heartman's Auction No. 56 (June 23, 1916)
Folder 12 Heartman's Auction No. 58 (September 16, 1916)
 
Box 20  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auction No. 59 (September 27, 1916)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auction No. 60 (October 6, 1916)
Folder 3 Heartman's Auction No. 61 (October 13, 1916)
Folder 4 Heartman's Auction No. 62 (November 2, 1916)
Folder 5 Heartman's Auction No. 63 (November 17, 1916)
Folder 6 Heartman's Auction No. 64 (January 19, 1917)
Folder 7 Heartman's Auction No. 65 (March 8, 1917)
Folder 8 Heartman's Auction No. 66 (March 28, 1917)
Folder 9 Heartman's Auction No. 67 (October 26, 1917)
Folder 10 Heartman's Auction No. 68 (November 30, 1917)
Folder 11 Heartman's Auction No. 69 (January 4, 1918)
 
Box 21  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auction No. 70 (February 1, 1918)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auction No. 71 (March 1, 1918)
Folder 3 Heartman's Auction No. 72 (April 5, 1918)
Folder 4 Heartman's Auction No. 73 (May 20, 1918)
Folder 5 Heartman's Auction No. 74 (May 31, 1918)
Folder 6 Heartman's Auction No. 75 (October 25, 1918)
Folder 7 Heartman's Auction No. 77 (November 26, 1918)
Folder 8 Heartman's Auction No. 78 (December 10, 1918)
Folder 9 Heartman's Auction No. 79 (January 17, 1919)
Folder 10 Heartman's Auction No. 80 (February 14, 1919)
Folder 11 Heartman's Auction No. 81 (February 28, 1919)
Folder 12 Heartman's Auction No. 82 (March 14, 1919)
 
Box 22  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auction No. 83 (March 28, 1919)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auction No. 84 (April 11, 1919)
Folder 3 Heartman's Auction No. 85 (April 25, 1919)
Folder 4 Heartman's Auction No. 86 (May 20, 1919)
Folder 5 Heartman's Auction No. 87 (June 6, 1919)
Folder 6 Heartman's Auction No. 88 (July 8, 1919)
Folder 7 Heartman's Auction No. 89 (August 1, 1919)
Folder 8 Heartman's Auction No. 90 (August 15, 1919)
Folder 9 Heartman's Auction No. 91 (September 5, 1919)
Folder 10 Heartman's Auction No. 92 (September 20. 1919)
Folder 11 Heartman's Auction No. 93 (October 10, 1919)
 
Box 23  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auction No. 94 (November 7, 1919)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auction No. 95 (November 29, 1919)
Folder 3 Heartman's Auction No. 96 (December 12, 1919)
Folder 4 Heartman's Auction No. 97 (January 6, 1920)
Folder 5 Heartman's Auction No. 98 (February 6, 1920)
Folder 6 Heartman's Auction No. 99 (February 27, 1920)
Folder 7 Heartman's Auction No. 100 (March 18, 1920)
Folder 8 Heartman's Auction No. 101 (April 5, 1920)
Folder 9 Heartman's Auction No. 102 (April 16, 1920)
Folder 10 Heartman's Auction No. 103 (April 30, 1920)
Folder 11 Heartman's Auction No. 104 (June 28, 1920)
 
Box 24  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auction No. 105 (September 10, 1920)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auction No. 108 (October 21, 1920)
Folder 3 Heartman's Auction No. 109 (November 23, 1920)
Folder 4 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 110-123 (December 6, 1920 - July 12, 1921)
Folder 5 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 124-126 (September 1, 9, & 30, 1921)
Folder 6 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 127-132 (October 10, 1921 - January 5, 1922)
Folder 7 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 133-137 (January 28 - April 1, 1922)
 
Box 25  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 138-149 (April 24, 1922 - February 17, 1923)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 150-159 (March 10 - September 8, 1923)
Folder 3 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 160-168 (October 4, 1923 - February 23, 1924)


Box 26  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 169-179 (March 29, 1924 - June 23, 1925)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 180-188 (No. 182 is missing) (October 2, 1925 - August 7, 1926)
Folder 3 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 189-194 (August 25, 1926 - January 2, 1927)


Box 27  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 195-197 (February 22 - May 19, 1927)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 198-210 (October 20, 1928 - December 7, 1929)
 
Box 28  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 211-217 (January 18 - July 2, 1930)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 222, 223, 225 and 6 unnumbered) (1930 - 1931)
 
Box 29  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 224-234 (No. 232 is missing) (January 24, 1931 - April 2, 1932)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 235-245 (May 13 - December 27, 1932)
 
Box 30  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 246-251 (January 28 - September 29, 1933)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 252-262 (November 3, 1933 - November 1, 1934)
Folder 3 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 263-265 (January 23 - March 16, 1935)
Folder 4 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 266-271 (September 26, 1935 - March 19, 1936)
 
Box 31  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 272-283 (No. 275 is missing) (November 22, 1937 - January 4, 1939)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 284-290 (February 10 - October 25, 1939)
Folder 3 Heartman's Auctions Nos. 291-299 (December 11, 1939 - September 27, 1940)
 
Box 32  
Folder 1 Heartman's Auction No. 300 (January 29, 1942)
Folder 2 Heartman's Auction No. 301 (March 5, 1942)
Folder 3 Heartman's Auction No. 302 (December 7, 1946)
Folder 4 Heartman's Auction No. 304 (June 30, 1952)
Folder 5 Heartman's Auction No. 305 (September 22, 1952)
Folder 6 Heartman's Auction No. 306 (October 13, 1952)
Folder 7 Heartman's Auction No. 307 (November 10, 1952)
Folder 8 Heartman's Auction No. 308 (December 8, 1953)
Folder 9 Heartman's Auction No. 309 (January 13, 1953)
Folder 10 Heartman's Auction No. 310 (February 27, 1953)
Folder 11 Heartman's Auction No. 311 (March 24, 1953)
Folder 12 Heartman's Auction No. 312 (May 24, 1953)
Folder 13 Unnumbered Heartman Auction: "Concerning Abraham Lincoln" (February 11, 1914)
Folder 14 Unnumbered Heartman Auction: "Concerning Bookplates Engraved by Edwin D. French" (February 16, 1914)
Folder 15 Unnumbered Heartman Auction: "The Eminent A. Edward Newton Collection" (December 19, 1931)
Folder 16 American Art Association Auction: "The Cortlandt F. Bishop Library" (April 25 - 27, 1938)
Folder 17 Stevens's Auction Rooms, Ltd.: Sale No. 14,864 (September 13, 1932)
Folder 18 Stevens's Auction Rooms, Ltd.: Sale No. 14,880 (October 19, 1932)
 
Series V: Heartman's Historical Series
Box 33  
Folder 1 List of Heartman's Historical Series
Folder 2 H. H. S. No. 1: The Narrative of Johann Carl Buettner
Folder 3 H. H. S. No. 2: Ebenezer Huntington Letters
Folder 4 H. H. S. No. 3: The Voyage Of The First Hession Army From Portsmouth To New York, 1776
Folder 5 H. H. S. No. 4: An Almanac For 1753
Folder 6 H. H. S. No. 5: Samuel Stubbs' Account Of The War of 1812
Folder 7 H. H. S. No. 6: Narrative Of Richard Lee Mason In The Pioneer West
Folder 8 H. H. S. No. 7: Phillis Wheatley
 
Box 34  
Folder 1 H. H. S. No. 9: Checklist Of Printers In The United States
Folder 2 H. H. S. No. 10: A Tour On The Northwest Coast of America, 1829
Folder 3 H. H. S. No. 11: The New England Primer
Folder 4 H. H. S. No. 12: John Trumbull, An Elegy
Folder 5 H. H. S. No. 13: Jupiter Hammon
Folder 6 H. H. S. No. 15: The New England Primer Prior To 1830 and "Supplement Number One"
 
Box 35  
Folder 1 H. H. S. No. 15: The New England Primer Prior To 1830 (Second Issue)
Folder 2 H. H. S. No. 15: The New England Primer Prior To 1830 (Working Copy)
Folder 3 H. H. S. No. 15: John Endecot's Petition to Charles II
Folder 4 H. H. S. No. 17: Life And Adventures of Daniel Boon
Folder 5 H. H. S. No. 18: The Fate of Maior Andre
 
Box 36  
Folder 1 H. H. S. No. 19: The Green Box
Folder 2 H. H. S. No. 20: A Proclamation of Oueen Anne, 1704
Folder 3 H. H. S. No. 21: A Poem On The Execution Of William Shaw
Folder 4 H. H. S. No. 22: Letters On The Condition Of Kentucky In 1825
Folder 5 H. H. S. No. 23: A Colloquy On The Necessity Of Clergy In Government
Folder 6 H. H. S. No. 24: Elmer's Elegy On Francis Barber
Folder 7 H. H. S. No. 25: Proceedings Of The Legislature Of Vermont
Folder 8 H. H. S. No. 26: Proceedings Of The Representatives Of The New Hampshire Settlers
Folder 9 H. H. S. No. 27: American Psalmody
 
Box 37  
Folder 1 H. H. S. No. 28: Unpublished Freneauana
Folder 2 H. H. S. No. 29: A Bibliography Of H. H. Brackenridge
Folder 3 H. H. S. No. 30: The Death of President Lincoln
Folder 4 H. H. S. No. 31: History Of The American Newspaper
Folder 5 H. H. S. No. 32: Two Pamphlets On Virginia
 
Box 38  
Folder 1 H. H. S. No. 33: Poems On Several Occasions
Folder 2 H. H. S. No. 34: History Of The Press In Western New York
Folder 3 H. H. S. No. 35: The Local History of Andover, Vermont
Folder 4 H. H. S. No. 36: Indian Captivity of William Bigots
Folder 5 H. H. S. No. 37: An Account Of The Cape Fear Country, 1731
Folder 6 H. H. S. No. 38: Description Of The Dismal Swamp
Folder 7 H. H. S. No. 39: A Brief Consideration of New York, 1753
Folder 8 H. H. S. No. 40: Letter Of James Murray To Rev. Baptist Boyd
Folder 9 H. H. S. No. 41: Journal In America, 1837 1838
Folder 10 H. H. S. No. 42: The Aliens, A Patriotic Poem
Folder 11 H. H. S. No. 43: Captivity Of Isaac Webster
 
Box 39  
Folder 1 H. H. S. No. 44: A Bibliography Of John Esten Cooke
Folder 2 H. H. S. No. 45: Obstructions Of The Hudson River During The Revolution
Folder 3 H. H. S. No. 46: The First Printing In Georgia
Folder 4 H. H. S. No. 47: Short Narrative Of James Kimball
Folder 5 H. H. S. No. 48: New Orleans In 1805
Folder 6 H. H. S. No. 49: Rafinesque's Kentucky Friends
Folder 7 H. H. S. No. 50: The "Blue Book"
Folder 8 H. H. S. No. 52: The Works Of James D.B. De Bow
Folder 9 H. H. S No. 53: A Bibliography Of Edgy Allan Poe
Folder 10 H. H. S. No. 53: Poe Bibliography, Working Copy
 
Box 40  
Folder 1 H. H. S. No. 54: Journals Of The General Assembly Of The Mississippi Territory
Folder 2 H. H. S. No. 56: Confederate Belles-Lettres
Folder 3 H. H. S. No. 57: Bio-Bibliography of Peter Force, 1790 - 1868
Folder 4 H. H. S. No. 58: Bibliography of William Gilmore Simms
Folder 5 H. H. S. No. 59: The Fall of Lincoln
Folder 6 H. H. S. No. 60: Bibliography Of Charles West Thomson
Folder 7 H. H. S. No. 61: An Immigrant Of 100 Years Ago
Folder 8 H. H. S. No. 62: Louisiana Imprints
Folder 9 H. H. S. No. 63: Reminiscences Of General Braxton Bragg (Photocopy)
Folder 10 H. H. S. No. 64: Mississippi
Folder 11 H. H. S. No. 66: Defence Of A Lincoln Conspirator
Folder 12 H. H. S. No. 67: Early Printing In Wyoming And The Black Hills
Folder 13 H. H. S. No. 68: A Note On P. Joseph Forster, Pioneer Alabama Printer
Folder 14 H. H. S. No. 69: A Bibliography Of Mississippi Imprints
Folder 15 H. H. S. No. 70: North American Negro Poets (Photocopy)
Folder 16 H. H. S. No. 71: The Narrative Of James Roberts, Soldier In The Revolutionary War & The Battle Of New Orleans
 
Box 41  
Folder 1 H. H. S. No. 73: Journals Of The General Assembly Of The Mississippi Territory, December 2-29, 1805
Folder 2 H. H. S. No. 74: Laws Of The Mississippi Territory, September 21 - October 5. 1799
Folder 3 H. H. S. No. 75: Laws Of The Mississippi Territory, May 27, 1800
Folder 4 H. H. S. No. 76: Confederate Broadside Verse
Folder 5 H. H. S. No. 77: The Texas Stock Directory, 1865
Folder 6 H. H. S. No. 78: Bibliographical List Of Literary And Dramatic Productions Of Samuel Woodworth
Folder 7 Criticisms Of Heartman's Historical Series
 
Series VI: Publications [Books, Pamphlets, and Periodicals]
Box 41 (continued)
Folder 8 Book: A Bibliographical Checklist Of American Negro Poetry By Arthur A. Schomburg (1916)
Folder 9 Book: A Bibliographical Checklist Of The First Editions Of Edgar Allan Poe, Vol. I By C. F. Heartman (1932)
 
Box 42  
Folder 1 Book: A Bibliographical Checklist Of The First Editions Of Edgar Allan Poe, Vol. II By C. F. Heartman (1932)
Folder 2 Book: A Bibliographical Checklist Of The First Editions Of Edgar Allan Poe, Vol. III By C. F. Heartman (1932)
Folder 3 Book: (1) Concerning Charles F. Heartman By Harry B. Weiss (1938) (2) Twenty-five Years In The Auction Business And What Now? By C. F. Heartman (1938)
Folder 4 Book: Cuisine De L'Amour By Charles F. Heartman (1942)
Folder 5 Book: The Fortunes Of Mitchell Kennerly By Matthew J. Bruccoli (1986)
Folder 6 Book: George D. Smith By Charles F. Heartman (1920)
Folder 7 Book: Maria Hedwig By Stefan Stumpf (A.K.A. Charles F. Heartman) (1908)
Folder 8 Book: New Jersey Almanacs Prior To 1850 By Charles F. Heartman (1929)
 
Box 43  
Folder 1 Book: Non-New England Primers By Charles F. Heartman (1935)
Folder 2 Book: One Hundred Years Of The York National Bank Of Saco, Maine (1931)
Folder 3 Book: Wasted Womanhood By Charlotte Cowdroy (1933)
Folder 4 Book: Writings Of William Dunlap By Oscar Wegelin (1916)
Folder 5 Pamphlet: "Albert A. Bieber Collection Belles Lettres, 1625 - 1930" (1931)
Folder 6 Pamphlet: "American Literature: Bibliography, Criticism, Original Works" (1971)
Folder 7 Pamphlet: "The Angler" By Washington Irving (December, 1931)
Folder 8 Pamphlet: "Announcing New Titles in Belles - Lettres And Beaux Arts" (Undated)
Folder 9 Pamphlet: "Apologia Pro Vita Sua!" By Newman McGirr (1926)
Folder 10 Pamphlet: "The Art Of Making Saltpetre" (Undated)
Folder 11 Pamphlet: "The Beginnings Of Printing In Florida" By Douglas C. McMurtrie (1944)
Folder 12 Pamphlet: "Bibliographical, Historical And Commercial Notes For The American Collector" (ca. 1920's)
Folder 13 Pamphlet: "Bibliography Of Gabriel Wells" (1939)
Folder 14 Pamphlet: "The Book Fool" (1934)
Folder 15 Pamphlet: "Collecting Pacific Northwest Americana" By Charles W. Smith (1939)
Folder 16 Pamphlet: "Concerning The Activities of Charles F. Heartman" By Harry B. Weiss (1938)
Folder 17 Pamphlet: "Die Sagen Der Stadt Gorlitz" (The Story of Gorlitz, Germany, & Vicinity) (1926)
 
Box 44  
Folder 1 Pamphlet: "Early Tanning And Currying In New Jersey" (1959)
Folder 2 Pamphlet: "The Early Woolen Industry Of New Jersey" (1958)
Folder 3 Pamphlet: "The Fornicators Court" By Robert Burns (1928)
Folder 4 Pamphlet: "Gabriel Wells The Philosopher" By Temple Scott (1927)
Folder 5 Pamphlet: "George D. Smith, Gentleman Bookseller" By Charles F. Heartman (1945)
Folder 6 Pamphlet: "Geschichte Der Kriegel' (The American Revolution, As Seen By Contemporaries), By Charles F. Heartman (1916)
Folder 7 Pamphlet: "Heartman's Historical Series, Thomas Bray Club Publications" (Undated)
Folder 8 Pamphlet: "The Horse Shoe: The True Legend of St. Dunstan And The Devil" (1926)
Folder 9 Pamphlet: "How Many Books Did Thomas Jefferson Own?" By Joseph Ewan (1976)
Folder 10 Pamphlet: "John Peter Zenger And His Fight For The Freedom Of The American Press" By Charles F. Heartman (1934)
Folder 11 Pamphlet: "A Letter Written By Fitz Greene Halleck To Joel Lewis Griffing" (1921)
Folder 12 Pamphlet: "The Liberty Loan - Why Americans of German & Austrian Origin Should Buy Bonds" By Charles F. Heartman (1918)
Folder 13 Pamphlet: "Mark Twain's, A Dog's Tale" By Irving Underhill (1931)
Folder 14 Pamphlet: "McMurtrie Imprints" (1946)
Folder 15 Pamphlet: "The Necessity Of Prohibiting German Newspapers" By Charles F. Heartman (1918)
Folder 16 Pamphlet: "The New England Primer Issued Prior to 1830" (ca. 1930's)
Folder 17 Pamphlet: "Notes On North American Regional Bibliographies" By Thomas W. Streeter (1942)
Folder 18 Pamphlet: "Origin And Development Of Shakespeare's Hamlet" By J. Christian Bay (1931)
Folder 19 Pamphlet: "The Passing Of The Backhouse" By James Whitcomb Riley (Undated)
Folder 20 Pamphlet: "The Poe-Griswold-Harrison Texts of The Marginalia" By E. H. O'Neill (1943)
Folder 21 Pamphlet: "Poe's Balloon Hoax" By Clarence S. Brigham (1932)
Folder 22 Pamphlet: "Proceedings Of The American Antiquarian Society, Vol. 54, Part I" (April 19, 1944)
Folder 23 Pamphlet: "The Sculptor Of Tennessee" (1942)
Folder 24 Pamphlet: "Shakespeare, 1700 - 1740) By H. L. Ford (1935)
Folder 25 Pamphlet: "Some Facts Concerning The Invention of Printing" (1939)
Folder 26 Pamphlet:"The Southern Experiment In Writing Social History" By Charles S. Snydor (November, 1945)
Folder 27 Pamphlet: "The Stuart - Butte Papers" (ca. 1930's)
Folder 28 Pamphlet: "There Must Be No Germany After This War" By Charles F. Heartman (1942)
Folder 29 Pamphlet: "Thoughts Upon Reading Thomas W. Streeter's Essay: North American Regional Bibliographies" By Charles F. Heartman (1943)
Folder 30 Pamphlet: "Traitors" By George W. Armstrong (1948)
Folder 31 Pamphlet: "Twenty-five Years In The Auction Business And What Now?" By C. F. Heartman (June, 1938)
Folder 32 Pamphlet: "The Untimeliness Of The Walt Whitman Exhibition At The New York Public Library" By Charles F. Heartman (Undated)
 
Box 45  
Folder 1 Pamphlet: "Us Four Prominent Bastards" (1934)
Folder 2 Pamphlet: "Us-Iana, A New Bibliography" (1952)
Folder 3 Pamphlet: "What Constitutes A Confederate Imprint?" By Charles F. Heartman (1939)
Folder 4 Pamphlet: "William F. Gable" By Charles F. Heartman (ca. 1923)
Folder 5 Pamphlet: "William C. Smith, Gentleman Bookseller" By Charles F. Heartman (ca. 1940)
Folder 6 Pamphlet: "World Empire" & "Supplement To World Empire" By George W. Armstrong (1948)
Folder 7 Periodical: The A. M. E. Church Review (January, 1916)
Folder 8 Periodical: The American Book Collector (January, 1932)
Folder 9 Periodical: The American Book Collector (February, 1932)
Folder 10 Periodical: The American Book Collector (March, 1932)
Folder 11 Periodical: The American Book Collector (April, 1932)
Folder 12 Periodical: The American Book Collector (May, 1932)
Folder 13 Periodical: The American Book Collector (June, 1932)
Folder 14 Periodical: The American Book Collector (July, 1932)
Folder 15 Periodical: The American Book Collector (August-September, 1932)
Folder 16 Periodical: The American Book Collector (October, 1932)
Folder 17 Periodical: The American Book Collector (November, 1932)
Folder 18 Periodical: The American Book Collector (December, 1932)
Folder 19 Periodical: The American Book Collector (January, 1933)
Folder 20 Periodical: The American Book Collector (February, 1933)
Folder 21 Periodical: The American Book Collector (March, 1933)
 
Box 46  
Folder 1 Periodical: The American Book Collector (April, 1933)
Folder 2 Periodical: The American Book Collector (May-June, 1933)
Folder 3 Periodical: The American Book Collector (July, 1933)
Folder 4 Periodical: The American Book Collector (August, 1933)
Folder 5 Periodical: The American Book Collector (September-October, 1933)
Folder 6 Periodical: The American Book Collector (November, 1933)
Folder 7 Periodical: The American Book Collector (December, 1933)
Folder 8 Periodical: The American Book Collector (January, 1934)
Folder 9 Periodical: The American Book Collector (February, 1934)
Folder 10 Periodical: The American Book Collector (March, 1934)
Folder 11 Periodical: The American Book Collector (April, 1934)
Folder 12 Periodical: The American Book Collector (May-June, 1934)
Folder 13 Periodical: The American Book Collector (July, 1934)
Folder 14 Periodical: The American Book Collector (August-September, 1934)
Folder 15 Periodical: The American Book Collector (October, 1934)
Folder 16 Periodical: The American Book Collector (November, 1934)
Folder 17 Periodical: The American Book Collector (December, 1934)
Folder 18 Periodical: The American Book Collector (January, 1935)
Folder 19 Periodical: The American Book Collector (February, 1935)
 
Box 47  
Folder 1 Periodical: The American Book Collector (March, 1935)
Folder 2 Periodical: The American Book Collector (April, 1935)
Folder 3 Periodical: The American Book Collector (May-June, 1935)
Folder 4 Periodical: The American Book Collector * Article about Charles F. Heartman on Page 9 (October, 1986)
Folder 5 Periodical: The American Collector (July, 1926)
Folder 6 Periodical: The American Collector. Vol. III (1926 - 1927)
Folder 7 Periodical: The American Collector, Vol. IV (1927)
 
Box 48  
Folder 1 Periodical: The American Collector, Vols. IV and V (April, 1927 - September, 1928)
Folder 2 Periodical: The Americana Collector, Vol. I (1925 - 1926)
Folder 3 Periodical: The Americana Collector, Vol. II (1926)
 
Box 49  
Folder 1 Periodical: Antiquarian Bookman (March 4, 1950)
Folder 2 Periodical: Antiquarian Bookman (March 11, 1950)
Folder 3 Periodical: Antiquarian Bookman (December 30, 1950)
Folder 4 Periodical: Antiquarian Bookman * Heartman Obituary on Page 732 (March 13, 1954)
Folder 5 Periodical: Antiquarian Bookman (August 17, 1964)
Folder 6 Periodical: Autograph Collector's Journal (Winter 1953)
Folder 7 Periodical: The Authors' Leactue Bulletin (January, 1927)
Folder 8 Periodical: The Book-Dealers' Weekly And Publishers' Guide (April 11, 1933)
Folder 9 Periodical: The Bookmart (December 8, 1930)
Folder 10 Periodical: The Bookseller And Collector (April 30, 1931)
Folder 11 Periodical: The Bookseller And Print Dealers Weekly (September 12, 1929)
Folder 12 Periodical: Bulletins Of The American Association For State And Local History (November, 1944)
Folder 13 Periodical: The Canadian Bookman (October, 1932)
Folder 14 Periodical: The Humble Way (November December, 1950)
Folder 15 Periodical: In Re: Germany (March, 1943)
Folder 16 Periodical: Life In Letters-American Autograph Journal (February, 1941)
Folder 17 Periodical: Literary Digest (Article By C.F. Heartman on Page 23) (August 24, 1918)
Folder 18 Periodical: The London Mercury (April, 1932)
Folder 19 Periodical: More Books-The Bulletin Of The Boston Public Library (October, 1931)
Folder 20 Periodical: The Princeton University Library Chronicle (Winter, 1976)
Folder 21 Periodical: The Publishers' Weekly (November 21, 1931)
Folder 22 Periodical: The Publishers' Weekly (February 16, 1935)
Folder 23 Periodical: The Saturday Review Of Literature (January 18, 1936)
Folder 24 Periodical: Southeastern Librarian (Fall, 1960)
 
Series VII: Miscellaneous Materials
Box 49 (continued)
Folder 25 Miscellaneous: Aaron Burr (Undated)
Folder 26 Miscellaneous: Alphabetical List of Authors (Undated)
Folder 27 Miscellaneous: Article - "Commercial Bibliography" (Undated)
Folder 28 Miscellaneous: Article - "Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Earliest Magazine Verse" (Undated)
Folder 29 Miscellaneous: Benjamin Franklin On Marriage (June 25, 1745)
Folder 30 Miscellaneous: Carrie F. Sargent Estate (1934)
Folder 31 Miscellaneous: Charles L. Thompson (1936 - 1939)
Folder 32 Miscellaneous: "Court Of Judicature" (Speech Of Miss Polly Baker) (1942)
Folder 33 Miscellaneous: Cowan Family Correspondence (1900 - 1909)
 
Box 50  
Folder 1 Miscellaneous: Cowan Family Correspondence (1911 - 1912)
Folder 2 Miscellaneous: Cowan Family Correspondence (Undated)
Folder 3 Miscellaneous: "Der Canon Missae Von 1458 Und Die Uebrigen" (Written in German) (Undated)
Folder 4 Miscellaneous: Edgar Allan Poe's 125th Natal Anniversary (January, 1934)
Folder 5 Miscellaneous: Facsimile Of Letter By John Greenleaf Whittier (September 4, 1880)
Folder 6 Miscellaneous: George Sargent Estate (1931 - 1934)
Folder 7 Miscellaneous: George D. Smith Estate (1924 - 1928)
Folder 8 Miscellaneous: German Article Concerning Book Lovers (Undated)
Folder 9 Miscellaneous: German Bibliography (Undated)
Folder 10 Miscellaneous: German Document Involving Karl Hartmann, Arthur Wand, & Herman Gholsen (Oct.29, 1907)
Folder 11 Miscellaneous: "A Guide To Cataloging" (Undated)
Folder 12 Miscellaneous: "Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Earliest Magazine Verse" (Undated)
Folder 13 Miscellaneous: Index Of An Unidentified Publication (Undated)
Folder 14 Miscellaneous: James Rivington, New York Printer (Undated)
Folder 15 Miscellaneous: Jokes (Undated)
Folder 16 Miscellaneous: Letters Between King George III and His Princes (1775 - 1777)
Folder 17 Miscellaneous: Lewis Carroll (ca. 1933)
Folder 18 Miscellaneous: Nineteenth Century Correspondence (April 21, 1850 and June 12, 1862; London, England)
Folder 19 Miscellaneous: Notes Toward A Bibliography of American Shakespeare (Undated)
Folder 20 Miscellaneous: Papermaking - "How 'Eagle A' Papers Are Made" (Undated)
Folder 21 Miscellaneous: Partial Manuscript - "On Reading Book Catalogues" By George Sargent (Undated)
Folder 22 Miscellaneous: Poster Advertising The "Cabaret Chat-Noir" (Undated)
Folder 23 Miscellaneous: Preston And Rounds Company Receivership (November, 1932)
Folder 24 Miscellaneous: Print Of A Painting (Undated)
Folder 25 Miscellaneous: Rare Books And Manuscripts For Sale - Prices Given In Pounds (Undated)
Folder 26 Miscellaneous: Speech - "Edgar Allan Poe As A Mystic" By Gabriel Wells (1934)
Folder 27 Miscellaneous: Twenty-five Most Influential Books Since 1885 (Undated)
Folder 28 Miscellaneous: William Hobart Royce (ca. 1930's - 1940's)
 
Box 51  
Folder 1 Memorabilia: Silver-Embossed Glass With Charles F. Heartman's Initials
Folder 2 Memorabilia: Magnifying Monocle
 
Oversize Materials
Folder 1

Photographs:

- M94-14: Charles & Dolley Heartman With Wilberforce Eames (ca. 1925)
- M94-18: Charles & Dolley Heartman (ca. 1930)
- M94-65: National Republican Club (February 12, 1930)
- M94-66: Arbitration in the Theatre Dinner (April 29, 1930)
- M94-67: George D. Smith (ca. 1910)
- M94-68: R.E. Banta (ca. 1930)
- M94-69: Gabriel Wells (ca. 1920)
Folder 2 Documents:
- Charles F. Heartman's Certificate of Naturalization (September 12, 1916)
- Charles & Martha Heartman's Marriage Certificate (August 19, 1908)
- Karl Hartmann (Charles Heartman's) Report Card (December 20, 1893)
- Certificate of Membership in the New York Historical Society (June 11, 1924)
- Certificate of Membership in the Rhode Island Historical Society (February 15, 1922)
- Certificate of Membership in the Antiquarian Booksellers Association (1931)
- Certificate of Membership in the New Jersey Historical Society (September 11, 1922)
Poster: Charles F. Heartman Reviews Dr. Rosenbach's Young American Parade (undated)
Poster advertising the Cabaret Chat-Noir (undated)
Early American Print of a Man Reading a Book (undated)
Map of Gorlitz, Germany (undated)
Permit to Ship Intoxicating Liquor to Changed Address of Private Dwelling July 30, 1920)
- Framed and Autographed Letter and photograph from Theodore Roosevelt (letter dated August 11, 1916: photo dated September 22, 1916)
 

Photograph Log: Available.

Books:

Copies of the following books by Charles F. Heartman are available in the Cook and/or McCain Libraries:

Trumbull, John, An Elegy on the Death of Mr. Buckingham St. John, Tutor of Yale College: Who Was Drowned in His Passage from New Haven to Norwalk, May the 5th, 1771 (New York: Reprinted for C.F. Heartman, 1915; Heartman's Historical Series, no. 12), call number PS852 .E5 1915 (McCain).

Schomburg, Arthur Alfonso, A Bibliographical Checklist of American Negro Poetry, (New York: C.F. Heartman, 1916), call number Z1231.P7 S3 (McCain).

Carpenter, William, A Poem on the Execution of William Shaw at Springfield, December 13th, 1770, for the Murder of Edward East in Springfield Goal, (New York: C.F. Heartman, 1916; Heartman's Historical Series, no. 21), call number PS727.C4 P6 (McCain).

Poems on Several Occasions, by a Gentleman of Virginia [microform] (New York: C.F. Heartman, 1920; Heartman's Historical Series, no. 33), call number Z1236 .L5 LAC 40118 (Cook).

Heartman, Charles Fred., The New England Primer Issued Prior to 1830: A Bibliographical Checklist ... (New York, 1922; Heartman's Historical Series, no. 15, 2d issue), call number Z5818.N5 H4 1922 (McCain).

Heartman, Charles Fred., American Primers, Indian Primers, Royal Primers, and Thirty-seven Other Types of Non-New-England Primers Issued Prior to 1830 ... (Highland Park, N.J.: Printed for H. B. Weiss, 1935), call number Z5817 .H43 (Cook, McCain).

Heartman, Charles Fred., Twenty-five Years in the Auction Business and What Now?: Reminiscences and Opinions (n.p., 1938), call number HF5476 .H43x (McCain).

Heartman, Charles Fred., What Constitutes a Confederate Imprint?: Preliminary Suggestions for Bibliographers and Catalogers (Hattiesburg, Miss.: The Book Farm, 1939), call number Z1242.5 .H43 (McCain).

Heartman, Charles Fred., Bibliographical Checklist of the Writing of the Poet Charles West Thomson (Hattiesburg, Miss.: The Book Farm, 1941; Heartman's Historical Series, no. 60), call number Z8871.91 .H43x (Cook, McCain).

An Immigrant of a Hundred Years Ago: A Story of Someone's Ancestor, Translated and Retold by an Old Hand (Hattiesburg, Miss.: The Book Farm, 1941, Heartman's Historical Series, no. 61), call number E165 .I5 (McCain).

Bromme, Traugott, Mississippi: A Geographic, Statistic, Topographic Sketch for Immigrants and Friends of Geography and Ethnology, translated by Charles F. Heartman (Hattiesburg, Miss.: The Book farm, 1942; Heartman's Historical Series, no. 64), call number F341 .B84 (McCain).

Heartman, Charles Fred., McMurtrie Imprints ... (Hattiesburg, Miss.: The Book Farm, 1942), call number Z8536.9 .H4 (McCain).

Heartman, Charles Fred., There Must Be No Germany After This war; Let Us Forget Most Peace Plans: Opinions of a German American (Hattiesburg, Miss.: The Book Farm, 1942), call number D816.5 .H27 (McCain).

Heartman, Charles Fred. and James R. Canny, A Bibliography of First Printings of the Writings of Edgar Allan Poe ... (Rev. ed., Hattiesburg, Miss.: The Book Farm, 1943; Heartman's Historical Series, no. 53, reprint), call number Z8699 .H44 1943 (McCain).

Heartman, Charles Fred., Thoughts Upon Reading Thomas W. Streeter's Essay "North American Regional Bibliographies," (Hattiesburg, Miss.: The Book Farm, 1943), call number Z1001.S85 H4 (McCain).

Heartman, Charles Fred., George D. Smith; G.D.S., 1870-1920. A Memorial Tribute to the Greatest Bookseller the World has ever Known, Written by a Very Small One (Beauvoir community, Miss., The Book farm, 1945), call number Z280 .H37 (McCain).

Heartman, Charles Fred., A Bibliography of the Writings of Hugh Henry Brackenridge Prior to 1825 (New York: B. Franklin, 1968), call number Z8113 .H3 1968 (Cook).

Wheatley, Phillis, Poems and Letters, Edited by Chas. Fred. Heartman (Miami: Mnemosyne Pub. Co., 1969), call number PS866 .W5 1969b (Cook).

Heartman, Charles Fred. and James R. Canny, A Bibliography of First Printings of the Writings of Edgar Allan Poe ... (Rev. ed., New York: Kraus Reprint, 1972; Heartman's Historical Series, no. 53), call number Z8699 .H44 1972 (Cook).


Accession Number: AM02-3

Provenance: Transferred from Mississippiana

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Number of Containers: 4 items

Dates: 1949; 1952

Form of Material:

1. Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogue, No. 128 (May 1949) -- placed in Box 11, Folder 31
2. Priced and Numbered Americana Catalogue, No. 131 (June 20, 1949) -- placed in Box 11, Folder 33
3. Catalogue: Heartman's Auction, No. 305 (September 22, 1952) -- placed in Box 32, Folder 5
4. Catalogue: Heartman's Auction, No. 307 (November 10, 1952) -- placed in Box 32, Folder 7



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