Miller, Joaquin. Columbus. One Hundred and One Famous Poems With a Prose Supplement. Revised Edition Compiled by Roy J.Crook, Chicago: Reilly & Lee, 1958. p.38-39. [MGK]
-----. Sail On! Sail On! Columbus. Chorus for mixed voices & tenor solo, accompanied, S.A.T.B., words Joaquin Miller, music Joseph Roff. Score. (Hall & McCreary choral octavos, No. 1167.) Schmitt, Hall & McCreary Co. (22 September 1958) [LOC] [MGK]
Berton, Pierre. The Klondike Fever. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, First Carroll & Graf edition 1985, Second printing 1989, pp. 121, 172, 184. [RCL] [MGK: J.F. Miller p.293, J. London p. 203.] [Also published by Knopf in 1959, 1969; revised in 1972 as Klondike: The Last Great Gold Rush] [MGK] [MCK]
Brown, Dee. The Gentle Tamers: Women of the Old Wild West. New York: G. P.
Putnam’s Sons, 1958. 317pp. 178-179. [WC], [PSU] [Also published in 1968, 1970, 973, 1974, 1975 and 1981; London editions and University of Nebraska Press editions] Using Constance Rourke’s Troupers of the Gold Coast or the Rise of Lotta Crabtree, 1928 as a source, Brown presents quotes from Miller on Adah
Isaacs Menken. [MCK]
Foner, Philip S. Mark Twain: Social Critic. New York: International Publishers, 1958.
335pp. 262. [PSU] [WC] [Also published in 1966 and 1972] [MCK]
Goss, Helen Rocca. The Life and Death of a Quicksilver Mine. Los Angeles: Historical Society of Southern California. 1958. [Rocca compares her experience to Miller’s play The Danites in which a young woman went into a mining region to teach.] [MGK]
Lewis, Oscar. [Compiler] The Autobiography of the West. New York: Henry Holt and
Company, 1958. 310pp. 174-177, 298-301. [WC] [PSU] [MCK] Quotes and paraphrases from Mossman’s Crossing the Plains.
“Joaquin Miller’s Bust Recovered.” Montclarion, (5 March 1958): 9.[MCK]
Pollard, Lancaster. “Joaquin Miller Won Fame, But After Leaving Oregon.” Register-Guard. Eugene, Oregon. (30 March 30 1958) [LHM] [MGK]
Wood, Raymund F. “Ina Coolbrith, Librarian.” California Librarian 19 (April 1958):
104 [RCL] [MGK] [MCK]
Belknap, George N. “McMurtrie’s Oregon Imprints: A Third Supplement.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 59.3 (September 1958): 208 [”The [Democratic] Register was one of several metamorphoses of Anthony Nolter’s Copperhead newspaper enterprises in Eugene; Joaquin Miller was editor in 1862.] [MGK]
“Pageant Honoring Joaquin Miller Dues Sunday.” Montclarion. (24 September 1958): 10. [MCK]
“Castle Rock Massacre Supported by Writings of Time, Relics, Mule Shoes.” Dunsmuir News. (14 December 1958) [MGK]
Modern Language Association of America. American Literary Manuscripts: A Checklist
of Holdings in Academic, Historical, and Public Libraries in the United States.
Austin, 1958. 340pp. [WC] Preliminary Draft.
----. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1960. 1961. 421pp. 255. [WC],
-----. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1971. 1960. 421pp. [WC].
-----. 2nd Edition. Compiled and Edited by J. Albert Robbins and others. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1977. 387pp. [WC] [PSU]