American Literature. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., pp. 126, 129 [RCL: See also 1940.] [MGK]
Bates, Ernest Sutherland. “Miller, Cincinnatus Hiner.” Dictionary of American
Biography. Edited by Dumas Malone. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons,
1933. Vol. 12: 621-622 [RCL] [MGK] [MCK]
Boas, Ralph Philip and Katherine Burton. Social Backgrounds for American Literature.
Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1933. 353pp. [CCL: 163-164] [MGK] [WC] [MCK] [Also published in 1937 and 1940]
DeVoto, Bernard. Mark Twain’s America. Chautauqua, New York: Chautauqua
Institution, 1933. 162. [RCL] [MAR] [MGK] [MCK]
Dictionary of American Biography 12. New York. 1933. [MAR] [MCK]
Fenn, William Purviance. Ah Sin and His Brethren in American Literature. Peking,
China, College of Chinese Studies, Co-operating with California College in China, 1933. 131pp. [WC] Cited in Margaret Duckett’s Mark Twain and Bret Harte, 1964. [MCK]
Foote, Robert O. “Museum of Gold Rush Days in a Pony Express Station; A One-Man
Collection at Pasadena Glorifies the Period When California Blossomed With High Romance and Adventure.” New York Times (20 August 1933): [Online XX4] [MCK] Article on Parker Lyon with the note that many of the items in his
collection are associated with Miller.
Keiser, Albert. “The Romance of Joaquin Miller.” In The Indian in American Literature. New York: Oxford University Press. 1833. 312 pages. pp. 233-248. [RCL] [MAR] [PET] [PSU] [MGK] [CCL: 247-248] [OAK][MCK] [RCL: Praises Miller for his depiction of the charm of idyllic forest life, and declares that his defense of the red man “is one of the most courageous and sweeping anywhere to be found in the annals of American literature.”] [1933; rpt. New York: Octagon Books, 1970 and 1975] [MGK] [WC]
Miller, Juanita. About “The Hights” with Juanita of the Woods. 16 Edition. Oakland:
Tooley-Towne, 1933. pp. [WC] [MCK]
Mitchell, Ruth C. Curtain (The Sixties) or Old San Francisco. Appleton-Century. [OAK] [MGK]
O’Day, Edward F. “Some Poets of San Francisco.” Society of California Pioneers Quarterly 10. 1933. pp. 45-52. [OAK] [MGK]
Parry, Albert. Garrets and Pretenders: A History of Bohemianism in America. New
York: Covici-Friede, 1933. 383pp. 29, 124-125, 142-143, 146, 165, 215, 234-
235, 368. [RCL] (see index) [CAL: 928.1 P26] [Revised editions published in 1960 and 1961]
“Notes on Rare Books.” New York Times (29 January 1933) [Online: BR19] [MCK]
Article on the library at Middlebury College, Vermont, which features first editions of many authors including Miller.
“Queries and Answers: Answer: ‘What the Dead Take to Their Graves’.” New York
Times (12 February 1933) [Online: 89-90]
Reprint of Peter Cooper. The answerer’s letter is also reprinted and
contains the following information: “’the poem was written on the death of the philanthropist, April 4, 1883. In ‘My Life and Memories,’ by Joseph I. C. Clarke, is a most interesting account of Mr. Miller bringing his poem to the newspaper office where Clarke was on the night desk.’”
Williams, Stanley T. American Literature. First Edition: Philadelphia and London: J.
B. Lippincott Company, 1933. 166pp. 126, 129. [RCL] [WC] [PSU] [MGK] [MCK] [Also published in 1969, 1975 and 1978]
Joaquin Miller discussed by Harr Wagner. San Francisco Chronicle (19 March 1933): S8: 5 [CAL] [MGK]
Wozniak, Ila M. “The Joaquin Miller Cabin.” American Motorist (September 1933): 14, 29 [LHM] [MGK]
Miller home destroyed by fire (cuts). San Francisco Chronicle (14 November 1933): 1: 5 [CAL] [MGK]
Mavity, Nancy Barr. “Widow Seeks Among Ruins for Miller’s Mementos.” The Oakland Tribune. (14 November 1933) [MGK]
“Flames Raze Home of Joaquin Miller; Poet’s Widow is Saved by His Daughter - Relief
Worker Dies in the Fire. 1,000 Acres are Denuded. Blaze Near Oakland, Calif., Goes Within 100 Yards of Zoo Before Checked.” New York Times (14 November 193)3: 17 [MCK]
Fire on November 13 destroyed the home of Mrs. Joaquin Miller, the
nearby home of Juanita and scores of other homes - more than a thousand acres were destroyed by the fire that started in the underbrush. The Abbey Shrine escaped the blaze.
“Valuable Relics Destroyed in Fire at Joaquin Miller Home.” San Francisco Chronicle. (15 November 1933) [MGK]
Historical material destroyed. (Editorial) San Francisco Chronicle (18 November 1933): 12: 1 [CAL] [MGK]
“Lives of 700 Added to New Biography; Twelfth Volume of American Dictionary is
Completed by Learned Societies.” New York Times (20 November 1933): 17 [MCK] Short note indicating that Miller is now included in the biography.