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Cheryl Harness Papers: Papers 2

Cheryl Harness Papers 2

Cheryl Harness Papers 2           

Collection Inventory

 Box 3
19 1/4" X 25 1/4" X 2 1/2"

     Harness, Cheryl. Three Young Pilgrims.  New York:  Bradbury Press, 1992.

          1.  Research materials—8 ½” X 11”
          
2.  Mayflower passenger list—8 ½” X 11”
          
3.  Page layout sheet; bibliography; book review
          
4.  Book cover, pp. 8-17, 20-21, 24-31, 34-35, 38-39—Various sizes—Text and pictures from book—Media: Pencil
          
5.  Pages 2-6—8 ½” X 11”—Typed manuscript
          
6.  8 1/2 ” X 11”—Typed manuscript (5 copies)
          
7.  Book dummy—8 ½” X 11”—Text and pictures
          
8.  Book dummy—8 ¼” X 11”—Early copy-Text and pictures
          
9.  Book dummy—8 ½” X 11”—Later copy-Text and pictures
        
10.  Galley pages—8 ½” X 14”—Text
        
11.  Galley sheets (incomplete)--Text
        
12.  Correspondence—4 items
        
13.  Pages 14-15—20” X 15”—Pilgrims reach land; Map of route—Media: Watercolor
        
14.  Pages 16-17—20” X 15”—Pilgrims that became ill were cared for on the Mayflower—Media: Watercolor
        
15.  Pages 20-21—14 ½” X 20”—Pilgrims and native Americans planting crops—Media: Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil--Illustration
        
16.  Pages 20-21—12 ¼” X 17 ¾”-- Pilgrims and native Americans planting crops—Media: Proof
        
17.  Pages 22-23—12 ¼” X 17 ¾”—Mayflower heads back to the Old World—Media: Proof
        
18.  Pages 30-31—20” X 15”—Papa takes children home—Media: Watercolor
        
19.  Pages 30-31—17 ½” X 12 ¼”—Papa takes children home—Media: Print
        
20.  Pages 32-33—20” X 15”—Plymouth Colony; Timeline of earlier explorations—Media: Watercolor
        
21.  Pages 34-35—20” X 15”—“Saints” who traveled on the Mayflower—Media: Watercolor
        
22.  Pages 36-37—20” X 15”—“Strangers” who traveled on the Mayflower—Media: Watercolor
        
23.  Pages 38-39—20” X 15”—Indian tribes and the crops they grew—Media: Watercolor
        
24.  Pages 32-33--17" X11"--Copy of Plymouth colony; Timeline of earlier explorations

     
Hefley, Lynn Christian. Purple Mountain Majesty. Colorado Springs, CO:  Current, Inc., 1993.
          
Illustrated by Cheryl Harness

          
1.  Copy of book—6 ¾” X 8 ½”

     Harness, Cheryl. Young John Quincy.  New York:  Bradbury Press, 1994.
          
          
1.  Correspondence and research materials
          
2.  Dedication page—6 ¾” X 12”—Great Seal of the United States—Media: Watercolor
          
3.  Pages 9-35, 38-41—16 ½” X 11 ½”—Pictures and text-- Media: Pencil
          
4.  Pages 4-5—20” X 15”—Title page with map of British Colonies in North America—Signed-- Media: Watercolor—Illustration and text
          
5.  Pages 10-11—20” X 15”—Johnny with musket; Map of Lexington, Concord, and Bunker Hill--Signed
          
6.  Pages 12-13—20” X 15”—Johnny coming home to strangers and finds Ma writing to Pa—Signed-- Media: Watercolor—                    Illustration and text
          
7.  Page 15—10” X 15”—Post rider sounding horn—Signed-- Media: Watercolor—Illustration and text
          
8.  Pages 20-21—20” X 15”—Family on picnic on Penn’s Hill; Washington, Jefferson, Franklin, and Dickerson—Signed-- Media: Watercolor—Illustration and text
          
9.  Back Cover—9 ¾” X 15”—Family on patriotic structure—Signed-- Media: Watercolor—Illustration and text
        
10.  Page 22-23—20” X 15”—Returning home from picnic; cold winter in Boston—Signed-- Media: Watercolor—Illustration and                text
        
11.  Pages 26-27—20” X 15”—Ma sewing with friends; Ma scrubbing floors while Johnny brings in wood—Signed-- Media: Watercolor— Illustration and text
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2.  Pages 28-29—20” X 15”—Children in bed frightened by booms; watching British ships sail away—Signed-- Media: Watercolor—Illustration and text
       
13.  Pages 32-33—20” X 15”—Moving to Boston—Signed-- Media: Watercolor—Illustration and text
        
14.  Page 33—10” X 15”—Map of important people and battles during Revolutionary War—Media: Watercolor
        
15.  Pages 34-35—20” X 15”—Cleaning Pa’s office; Ma receiving a letter about colonies declaring independence—Signed-- Media: Watercolor—Illustration and text
        
16.  Page 38—10” X 15”—American revolution—Signed-- Media: Watercolor—Illustration and text
        
17.  Pages 39-40—20” X 15”—Jefferson, Franklin, Robert Livingston, Roger Sherman; Declaration of Independence—Signed-- Media:Watercolor—Illustration and text
        
18.  Pages 42-45—20” X 15”—Hamilton, Washington, Madison; Preamble; Abigail hangs laundry in East Room—Signed-- Media: Watercolor—Illustration and text
        
19.  Copy of text—revised and partial
        
20.  Book dummy—incomplete pages different from final copy
        
21.  Book dummy—Pictures and text
        
22.  Book dummy—Pictures and text
        
23.  Page 36--8 1/2" X 11"--Map of the Revolutionary War

     
Harness, Cheryl. Glow-in-the-Dark Christmas Ornaments. New York: Random House, 1994.

          1.  Book cover—10 1/8” X 16 3/8”—Decorated Christmas tree—Media: Watercolor
          
2.  Pages 1, 16—18 7/8” X 12”—Eleven ornaments including backs for p. 15 and sailboat, camel, fish, etc.
          
3.  Pages 2-3—18 7/8” X 12”—Twelve ornaments including backs for p. 1 and dinosaurs, elephant, etc.
          
4.  Pages 14-15—18 7/8” X 12”—Nine ornaments including Santa, reindeer, teddy bear with candy cane, etc.—Media: Watercolor/Ink

Box 4
19 1/4" X 25 1/4" X 2 1/2"

     Harness, Cheryl. Amazing Impossible Erie Canal.  New York:  Macmillan Books for Young Readers, 1995.
          
Working Title:  Slow Boats through a Young Country
                                
The Amazing Impossible Ditch
                                 
Voyage of the Seneca Chief

          
1.  Book cover, title page, pp. 4-6, 8-31—23” X 9”—Picture and texts for “Slow Boats Through a Young Country-- Media:  Pencil- Illustrations and text
          
2.  Pages 1-11—8 ½” X 11”--Typed manuscript with notes for “Amazing Impossible Ditch”
          
3.  Page 1—8 ½” X 11”—Typed text for “Voyage of the Seneca Chief”
          
4.  Book Dummy—11” X 8 ½”—Original dummy  for “Slow Boats through a Young Country” with pictures and text—Signed
          
5.  Book Dummy—11 ½” X 8 ½”—First dummy for “Slow Boats through a Young Country” with pictures and text
          
6.  Book Dummy—11” X 8 ½”—Dummy for “The Voyage of the Seneca Chief”
          
7.  Book Dummy—8 ½” x 11”—Dummy for “Amazing Impossible Ditch”
          
8.  Book Dummy—8 ½” x 11”—Dummy for “Amazing Impossible Ditch”
          
9.  Dedication page—10” X 15”—DeWitt Clinton—Media: Watercolor
        
10.  Page 1—10” X 13 ½”—Map of the expanding nation—Media: Watercolor
        
11.  Page 6—15 ¼” X 10 ⅛”—North American map with Great Lakes; canoe on river—Signed-- Media: Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil--Illustrations and text
        
12.  Pages 14-15—15 ⅛” X 19 ⅝”—Map of Erie Canal with drawing of lock system—Signed-- Media: Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil-- Illustrations and text
        
13.  Pages 20-21—19 7/8” X 15 ¼”—Map of Erie Canal; Governor and wife on the Erie Canal—Media: Watercolor
        
14.  Pages 30-31—15 ½” X 20 ¼”—Horse drawn canal boat—Signed-- Media: Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil-- Illustrations and text
        
15.  Pages 1-8—8 ½” X 11”—Galley for “Amazing Impossible Ditch”
        
16.  Photo and research materials; book review
        
17.  Pages 8-9—12” X 17 ⅜”—Groundbreaking for Erie Canal-- Media: Proof
        
18.  Pages 12-13—12 ¼” X 17 ½”—Seneca Chief and its maiden voyage through Erie Canal-- Media: Proof
        
19.  Pages 16-17—12 ¼” X 17 ½”—Night on the Erie Canal-- Media: Proof
        
20.  Pages 20-21—12 ¼” X 17 ½”—Erie Canal map and the 6th day of the maiden voyage; horse drawn canal boat-- Media: Proof
        
21.  Pages 24-25—19 ¾” X 15”—Map of the journey; flotilla begins journey—Media: Watercolor
        
22.  Pages 22-23—12 ¼” X 17 ½”—Celebration of Erie Canal completion-- Media: Proof
        
23.  Pages 26-27—20 1/8” X 14 5/8”—Flotilla sails into the Atlantic—Media: Watercolor
        
24.  Pages 24-25--12 ¼” X 17 ½”—The end of the first trip on the Seneca Chief-- Media: Proof
        
25.  Pages 26-27--12 ¼” X 17 ½”—The waters of the Atlantic and Lake Erie mixed in a symbolic celebration-- Media: Proof
        
26.  Pages 28-29--12 ¼” X 17 ½”—City street with dogs and celebration in the ballroom-- Media: Proof
        
27. 10 3/8” X 9”—Map of canals in 1850—Media: Pencil

      Harness, Cheryl. Papa’s Christmas Gift. New York: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 1995.
          
Working Title: All at Once Upon a Time in the World

          1.  Research materials—8 12/” X 11”
          
2.  Handwritten notes, typescript—early draft, typed manuscript with notes and revisions
          
3.  Typed manuscript, copy of manuscript with editor’s notes, typed manuscript with author’s notes
          
4.  Typed manuscript—revised, copy of text, copy of text cut apart by page (incomplete)
          
5.  Page 1—11” X 14”—Chelsea House, home of the Moore family—Media: Watercolor
          
6.  Page 2—11” X 14”—Author’s note with frame—Media: Ink
          
7.  Pages 3-32—16 ¾” X 11 ¼”—Illustrations from book-- Media: Pencil
          
8.  Book Dummy—8 ½” X 11”—Pictures and text
          
9.  Pages 1-5, 8-15, 22-23, 26-27, 32, Book Cover—11” X 17”—Proof pages and copies
        
10.  Pages 11-12—20” X 14”—Santa flying over the seas—Media: Watercolor
        
11.  Pages 18-19—14” X 20”—African Wildlife-- Media: Color Pencil and Ink
        
12.  Pages 27-28—20 ¼” X 15 1/8”—Papa telling children his story—Media: Ink
        
13.  Pages 27-28—20 ¼” X 15 1/8”—Papa telling children his story—Media: Watercolor
        
14.  Book cover—numerous versions, page layout sheets, Fall 1995 Tip Sheets from Macmillan—8 ½” X 11’
        
15.  Correspondence

Box 5
19 1/4" X 25 1/4" X 2 1/2"

     Harness, Cheryl. They’re Off! The Story of the Pony Express.  New York: Simon and Schuster Books for Young  Readers, 1996.

          1.  Book jacket, pp. 4-7, 12-21—8 ½” X 11”; 11” X 17”—copies of sketches and text
          
2.  Book jacket—11” X 17”—Pony Express rider; research materials—Media: Proof
          
3.  Pages 3, 8-10—8 ½” X 11”—Typed text and copy
          
4.  Galley with notes—8 ½” X 11”—Second pass with flaps
          
5.  Pages 24-25—17” X 11 ¼”—Riders delivering the news that Lincoln was President—Media: Pencil
          
6.  Pages 12-13—12 3/8” X 16 7/8”—Pony Express rider—Media: Pencil
          
7.  Page 30—14” X 12 ¾”—Pony Express Logo—Media: Ink
          
8.  Book jacket—15” X 20”—Pony Express employee riding—Media:  Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil (with mylar overlay)--Illustration
          
9.  Page 6—15” X 11”—North and South American Map-mail by boat-- Media:  Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil (with mylar                          overlay)—Illustration
         
10.  Page 7—9” X 4 ½”—Locked box with saddlebag—Media: Watercolor
        
11.  Pages 16-17—14 ¾” X 20”—Pony Express in snow and water—Media: Watercolor/Ink—Illustration
         
12.  Pages 26-27—15” X 20”—Pony Express dangerous ride through Indian territory—Media: Watercolor/Ink—Illustration
         
13.  Pages 28-29—14 ⅞” X 20”—Stringing wire for telegraph—Media: Watercolor/Ink/Color pencil—Illustration
         
14.  Page 31—4 ⅝” X 9”—Pony Express riders’ list—Media: Watercolor/Ink—Illustration
        
15.  Page 32—15” X 10”—Around the world in the days of the Pony Express—Media: Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil (with mylar overlay)—Illustration with text on overlay
        
16.  Pages 1-23--8 1/2" X 11"--Page layout sheet

Box 6
19 1/4" X 25 1/4" X 2 1/2"

     Harness, Cheryl.  Young Abe Lincoln:  the Frontier Days 1809-1837.  Washington, DC: National Geographic, 1996.

          
1.  Correspondence; research materials
          
2.  Book dummy—Illustrations and text
          
3.  Pages 1-14—8 ½” X 11”—Typed manuscript with 2 copies of portraits and bibliography
          
4.  Pages 1-10, 9—8 ½” X 11”—Typed manuscript with notes—Signed
          
5.  Page layout sheets; book description; book review
          
6.  Pages 1-8—8 ½” X 11”—Galley Old Master
          
7.  Pages 1-6, 10—8 ½” X 11”—Galley Master Copy
          
8.  Book cover, pp. 3-7, 10-30—16 ¾” X 14”—Pictures and text—Media: Pencil
          
9.  Book dummy—8 ½” X 11”—Early copy-text and pictures
         
10.  Pages 1-8—11” X 17”—Galley
        
11.  Page 5—9 ¾” X 15 1/8”—Map of Young Abe’s country—Media: Watercolor
         
12.  Pages 10-11—20” X 15 ¼”—Chopping logs for homes; family embracing and weeping—Media: Watercolor--Illustration
        
13.  Pages 24-25—15” X 20”—Abe leaves home, becomes a soldier; family gathers in front of homestead        
                Media: 
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencils (with mylar overlay)—Illustration with text on overlay
        
14.  Page 7—7 ⅞” X 10”—Color transparency of young Abe writing with a stick
         
15.  Typed text—8 ½X 11”—Bibliography/Epilogue

     Harness, Cheryl. Abe Lincoln Goes to Washington, 1837-1865.  Washington, DC:  National Geographic, 1997.
          
Working title: The Stovepipe Hat: Abe Lincoln Goes to Washington
                              
Abraham Lincoln: Springfield Days, Civil War Years 1837-1865

          
1.  Book promo sheets; page layout sheets
          
2.  Pages 1-9, 12-48—8” X 11 ½”—Pictures and text The Stovepipe Hat—Media: Pencil
          
3.  Title page, pp. 4-11, 14-19, 26-45—16 ⅞” X 11⅜”—Picture and text Abraham Lincoln: Springfield Days, Civil War Years 1837-1865—Media: Pencil
          
4.  Book dummy—5” X 6 ¾”—Text and pictures
          
5.  Book dummy—5 ⅛” X 6 ⅝”—Text and pictures The Stovepipe Hat
          
6.  Book dummy—8 ½” X 11 ¼”—Pictures and text Springfield Days, Civil War Years 1837-1865
          
7.  Pages 1-2—17 5/8” X 12 ¼”—Abe arrives in Springfield on a horse; talking politics—Media: Proof
          
8.  Pages 3-4—17 5/8” X 12 ¼”—Abe dances with Mary—Media: Proof
          
9.  Pages 13-14—20” X 15”—Abe with family on train for Washington—Media: Watercolor
        
10.  Pages 21-22—20 3/8” X 14 5/8”—General McClellan talking to President and others—Media: Proof
        
11.  Pages 23-24—17 ½” X 12 ¼”—Lincoln at Willie’s deathbed—Media: Proof
        
12.  Pages 40-41—12 ⅝X 17 ⅞” –Lincoln and sons walking with townspeople after Union victory—Media: Proof
        
13.  Pages 41-42—17 ¾” X 12 7/8”—Booth jumping from balcony; Son with Lincoln’s body—Media: Watercolor
        
14.  Pages 20-21—15” X 20”—Soldiers waiting and children playing; Willie and Tad Lincoln—Media: Watercolor/Ink/ Color Pencils—Illustration
        
15.  Pages 32-33—15 ¼” X 20”—Daily Trumpet prints the Union victory—Media:  Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencils—Illustration
        
16.  Pages 32-33—13” X 17 ⅝”-- Daily Trumpet prints the Union victory—Media:  Proof—Illustration
        
17.  Page 35—10 ½” X 12 ¾”—Lincoln and Johnson with border for text—Media: Proof
        
18.  Page 35—11 ¼” X 13 7/8”--Lincoln and Johnson with border for text—Media: Watercolor
        
19.  Book jacket--27 1/4" X 16 1/2"--Abe with home, White House and Civil War in background--Media: Watercolor

Box 7
19 1/4" X 25 1/4" X 2 1/2"

     Harness, Cheryl. Ghosts of the White House. New York: Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers, 1998.

          1.  Copyright page—8” X 7”—Eagle—Media: Watercolor
          
2.  Pages 14-15—20 ½” X 11”—Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt—Media: Pencil
          
3.  Book dummy—10” X 10”—Copy of pictures and text
          
4.  Book cover inside (front and rear)—4 ½” X 11”—Illustration of presidents used for exhibit announcement
          
5.  Student made pop-up book—9” X 11 ½”
          
6.  Book Dummy--10" X 10"--Pictures and text--Media: Print; pencil

       Harness, Cheryl. Mark Twain and the Queens of the Mississippi.  New York: Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers, 1998.
          
1.  Manuscript pages with editor’s changes; correspondence; research materials
          
2.  Pages1, 6-13, 16-33, 36-38—10” X 20 ½”—Pictures and text—Media: Pencil
          
3.  Book dummy—9 ½” X 10”—Early copy; pictures and text
          
4.  Book dummy—9 ½” X 10”—Second copy; pictures and text
          
5.  Book dummy—9 ½” X 10”—Third copy; pictures and text
          
6.  Book dummy—9 ½” X 10”—Fourth copy; pictures and text
          
7.  Book cover inside—11” X 11”—Steamboat captain with blue text—Media: Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
          
8.  Book jacket—24” X 14”—Tom Sawyer and Mark Twain on bluff above river—Media: Watercolor
          
9.  Copyright page—24 ¾” X 12 ½”—Boats on the Mississippi—Media: Watercolor
        
10.  Cover, p. 3—7 ½” X 12 ⅜-- Steamboat for author note page; Title script—Media: Watercolor/Ink/Color pencil
        
11.  Book cover inside—9 ½” X 10”—Steamboat captain with blue text
        
12.  Page 3, title page—11 ¾” X 11”—Sam Clemens pilots riverboat-- Media: Proof
        
13.  Pages 2-3—22” X 11”—Map of 2, 348 miles of Mississippi River—Media: Watercolor
        
14.  Pages 3-4—22” X 11 1/8”—River name from tribes living on its banks; traveling by dugout canoes—Media: Watercolor
        
15.  Page 4—21 ⅝” X 10 ⅞--Boats on the Mississippi-- Media: Proof
        
16.  Page 7—11 ⅝” X 10 ⅞”—Author’s note page-- Media: Proof
        
17.  Pages 6-7—22” X 11”—European explorers; flatboats on the Mississippi—Media: Watercolor
        
18.  Page 8—21 ⅝” X 10 ⅞--Map of Mississippi River and its tributaries-- Media: Proof
        
19.  Pages 8-9—22” X 11 1/8”—New Madrid earthquake—Media: Watercolor
        
20.  Page 12—21 ⅝” X 10 ⅞--Explorers coming to Americas-- Media: Proof
        
21.  Page 14—21 ⅝” X 10 ⅞--Steamboat appearance and timeline of things happening at that time-- Media: Proof
        
22.  Page 18—21 ⅝” X 10 ⅞--Diagram of parts of steamboat-- Media: Proof
        
23.  Pages 18-19—22” X 11 ¼”—Civil War battles along the Mississippi—Media: Watercolor
        
24.  Page 20—21 ⅝” X 10 ⅞--Sam as printing apprentice; trying to become cub-pilot steamboater-- Media: Proof
        
25.  Page 22—21 ⅝” X 10 ⅞--Sam at pilot wheel; Sam in pilot house saw all kinds of rivercraft-- Media: Proof
        
26.  Page 24—21 ⅝” X 10 ⅞--Sam ordered to pilot “ironclad” gunboats; Civil War on the Mississippi-- Media: Proof
        
27.  Pages 24-25—22 1/8” X 11”—Steamboat race between Rob’t E. Lee and Natchez—Media: Watercolor
        
28.  Page 26—21 ⅝” X 10 ⅞--Sam taking stagecoach west; Trying out name Mark Twain-- Media: Proof
        
29.  Page 28—21 ⅝” X 10 ⅞--Riverboat Sultana exploded-- Media: Proof
        
30.  Page 30—21 ⅝” X 10 ⅞--Race between Rob’t E. Lee and Natchez-- Media: Proof
        
31.  Pages 32-33—21 7/8” X 11”—Along the Mississippi today—Media: Watercolor
        
32.  Page 34—21 ⅝” X 10 ⅞--Twain rode riverboat to finish book Life on the Mississippi-- Media: Proof
        
33.  Page 36—21 ⅝” X 10 ⅞--Twain on a lecture tour-- Media: Proof
        
34.  Page 38—21 ⅝” X 10 ⅞”—Changes in transportation—Media: Proof