Creative Writings by Charles Sumner Greene
Thais Thayer, n.d.
Typescript of an unpublished novel written under the pseudonym, Evelyn Everleigh. 411 p.
Poetry and Prose1896-1898, n.d.
Manuscript materials sent to Charles' daughter, Mrs. Alice Sumner Penha, Carmel, Calif. by Chester Stock, California Institute
of Technology, Pasadena. Envelope postmarked Jan. 11, 1950 and inscribed: C.S.G. - Manuscript Poems. The following items
were included in the envelope:
Cover inscribed, Book no. 1. Notebook contains:
Two poems, one titled Soul and the other unititled.
Prose writing titled, The Path of the Petty Poets
Two dated entries, Sun., Dec. 97 and Sun., March 6 98.
Three holographic sheets found loose in notebook: two poems, Faith and On Shaking Hands with a friend, and prose writing on
a bank deposit slip, Moddern [sic] Don Jaun [sic]
Two small sketches found in notebook were removed and are described in Series I, subseries: Sketches by Charles Sumner Greene.
Title page of manuscript reads: Via Kansas by Sumner Greene, 368 Arroyo Terrace, Passadena, Calif. 20 p.
Handwritten poems, includes:
Six titled poems: Autumn, Ego, History (with typescript transcription), Inceptions, Tomorrow (dated Mar. 28, 1896), and Ruins
(dated Aug.22, 1896)
Six pages of untitled poetry.
Includes the following:
One page of prose
Text of a meeting or service given to Charles by his grandmother.
Two page (pages numbered 3 and 8) writing on the subject of beauty. Handwriting.does not appear to be Charles'.