Sara Haardt Mencken
THE LOVE STORY OF AN OLD MAID; She Began to Love at Sixteen, but Waited - For What? Girard, Kansas, Haldeman- Julius, 1927. 32 p. (Little Blue Book no. 375)
THE MAKING OF A LADY. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1931. 306 p.
SOUTHERN ALBUM; edited with a preface by H.L. Mencken. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, 1936. xxviii, 289 p.
DIARY AND MEMORANDUM BOOKS. [Baltimore, n.d.]
GOUCHER COLLEGE; containing Biology I class work and College yearbook 1920 under editorship of Sara Haardt, with her annotations. [Baltimore, n.d.]
NOTEBOOK. [Baltimore, n.d.] Contains miscellaneous notes on her writings.
SARA HAARDT MENCKEN: LETTERS AND TELEGRAMS ON HER DEATH. [Baltimore, n.d.] 1 case.
CLIPPINGS OF SHORT STORIES AND ARTICLES CONTRIBUTED TO AMERICAN MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS, 1918-1935. With a prefatory note by H.L. Mencken. Assembled and presented to the Library of Goucher College. Baltimore, 1936. 2 v.
NOTES BY SARA HAARDT, cat 1927-1935. With a prefatory note by H1. Mencken. Assembled and presented to the Library of Goucher College. Baltimore, 1936.  p.
MENCKEN, HENRY LOUIS. Portraits of Sara Powell Haardt Mencken. 1898-1935. Assembled and arranged, with notes, by H.L. Mencken. [Baltimore] 1937. 1 vol. (unpaged)
MENCKEN, HENRY LOUIS. Sara Haardt Mencken: Southern Album, 1935-1940. [Baltimore,1941?] 1 case.
Letters to and from H.L. Mencken about publishing his wife's stories as Southern Album.
Sara Haardt Mencken's bequest to Goucher College includes many books with autographs, comments, and letters of literary interest. Selected items follow.
DREISER, THEODORE. Jennie Gerhardt. 1911.
Inscribed - "For Sara Haardt - This is "Sister Carrie" done over again - but how much better! H.L. Mencken, 1924."
FERGUSSON, HARVEY. Wolf Song. 1927.
Inscribed - "Dear Sara - This is superb! H.L. Mencken."
GLASGOW, ELLEN. The Romantic Comedians. 1926.
Autograph letter from Miss Glasgow saluting Sara as "one of the few real persons born into this shallow-hearted literary generation . . . Mr. Mencken is wise and fortunate I think, in his love - or, it may be, those who love wisely are always fortunate."
GLASGOW, ELLEN. The Romantic Comedians. 1933.
Typed letter inviting Sara and Henry to visit to meet Dr. Wilson and Stringfellow Barr of the University [of Virginia] . "Dr. Wilson wishes H.L.M. to address his class, but I was most uncertain about this."
GLASGOW ELLEN. The Sheltered Life. 1932.
Autograph letter -"will you give my cordial regards to Mr. Mencken and tell him that his Treatise on the Gods is still one of my favorite books. Because it is different, l think people failed to realize how profound it is beneath its brilliant surface. l have had many discussions about it."
HERGESHEIMER, JOSEPH. From an Old Dower House. 1925.
Autograph letter to the Menckens inviting them to visit "All the entertainment will be planned with your special tastes in view: there will be no excursions, automobile rides, gatherings of humanity, absolutely nothing you must look at with the possible exception of a few blossoms immediately at the windows."
LARDNER, RING. You Know Me Al. 1925.
Inscribed - "For Sara Haardt - If you have never read this, then I envy you the feast! H.L. Mencken."
LEWIS, SINCLAIR. Arrowsmith.1925.
Autograph inscription - "Dear Sara - Aside from Menck's praise this is a nice book. Sinclair Lewis."