Louis La Beaume Collection

Accession Number: SC U:59 

Location: RB-M 

Dates: 1916-1939 

Size: 1 slim Hollinger; 0.15 cubic feet 

Creator/Collector: Louis La Beaume 

Acquisition info: Transferred from Reference Stacks, 800’s 

Accruals: No accruals expected 

Custodial history: Unknown 

Language: English 

Processed by: Melissa Miller, November 2017 

Conservation notes: Items placed in acid-free folders 

Scope and Content: The collection contains the writings of Louis La Beaume. His writings include poetry, plays, and academic articles. 

Arrangement: Collection organized alphabetically by title of manuscript. Restrictions: No restrictions 

Remarks: No remarks 

November 2017 Rare Books and Special Collections Series: RB-M Acc. # SC U:59 Louis La Beaume Collection 1916-1939 1 slim Hollinger; 0.15 cubic feet 

Box/Folder Description 

1/1 Finding Aid 

1/2 Skits of More of Less Local Interest 

-“All’s Well That Ends” manuscript 

-“Pilgrims Progress” manuscript 

-“Specters and Expecters” manuscript; 1917 

-“What’s the Matter with St. Louis”; 1922 

-“Washington Pie” 

-“All’s Well That Ends” booklet; 1916 

-“Over There” booklet; 1918 

1/3 Spoon River or Strophes from Styx-Side; poetry 

1/4 Verse, Reviews, Etc. 

“Panatella” poem; 1927 

“EJ Russell” poem 

-“Ode to a Harvard Professor” poem 

-“Architecture in the United States” article published in the  

London Times; 1939 

-“Big Top Rhythms” by Irving K. Pond; book review 

-“Mr. Inigo Angelo…” poem; 1920 

-“O Mr. Eiseman…” poem; 1924 

-“An Arabian Night” poem; 1920 

-“L’Aveugle” poem; 1917 

-“John Burroughs His Followers Build” poem; 1928 (2) 

-“Busch Bavarian” poem 

-“One of the Best Minds” poem; 1921 

-“The American Attitude Toward Art” article published in  

School & Community; 1934 

-“Watchman Tells Us of the Night” article published in the  

Illinois Society of Architects Monthly Bulletin; 1935

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