Portal:Poetry

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ISLAND RELATED POETRY


  • Copeland, Leland S. Santa Barbara Songs (1872-1922) Santa Barbara: Schauer, (1922). Unpaginated. Blue boards. A collection of Santa Barbara prose and poetry selected by Copeland. Organized as six booklets bound. Fourth Booklet = The Channel. A poem Santa Cruz by Caroline Hazard. Other contributors include Robert Cameron Rogers,;Edwin Arthur Hunt; Charles Edward Stowe; David H. Schauer and others.
variant green leather binding;
variant brown leather binding.
[originals in SCIF archives; ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Dashiell, Nellie E. Catalina. A Poem. Washington, DC: (Wilbert Garrison Co.), 1924. First edition. Signed: With best wishes of the Author, Nellie E. Dashiell. Illustrated by Loretto Lowenstein. Gilt-stamped cloth. 80 pages. The romantic story following the Foreword and description of the main features of Santa Catalina takes the reader back to the far-off prehistoric past. Not in Baird & Greenwood.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Hazard, Caroline. Garden Verses Santa Barbara Prepared for the visit of the Garden Club of America, 1926. (n.p.: Schauer Printing Studio, 1926). #204/250. 20 pages, wrappers. 7 x 4 1/2 inches. Includes 2 photographs of Santa Barbara mission; Matilija poppy. Caroline Hazard gave the land to the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History.
[original in SCIF archives; ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Knight & Leonard. In the Lovely Land of Sunsets. A Souvenir of Santa Barbara (Chicago: Knight & Leonard, 1886). Pictorial boards. 101 pages. Heavily foxed. Signed: Knight & Leonard. The edition of this book is limited to 200 copies, of which this is No. 45. A book of poetry and stories of Santa Barbara. Mother Goose Island (Santa Cruz Island) page 83-90; Isle of Olden Time (Santa Rosa Island) pages 91-96.
[original in SCIF archives; ex-lib MDD]


  • Lester, Marianne San Miguel Island and other poems. Privately published, with 500 copies designed and printed by Noel Young in Santa Barbara, August 1970. The title poem, San Miguel Island-Poem of a Lost Life, is nine stanzas.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Vail, Kay Sutherland. A Breed All Their Own. Cowboy Poems. Santa Barbara: Wild Ranch Publishing, (1995). First printing. One of 25 copies. Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]