|See also the sites listed on the Teaching
Crane Papers at Columbia University. This searchable
site includes a description of the collection, lists of
correspondents and photographs, and other materials.
The Library of Congress includes
from Crane's works in its Spanish-American War exhibit
and a short bibliography of contemporary sources on the Spanish-American
University Library has an online description of its
extensive Crane collection.
Clifton Waller Barrett Library of American Literature Special
Collection at the University of Virginia has a brief
general description of its collections and a picture
of a table said to have been owned by Crane.
Red Badge of Courage site contains a brief introduction
to the reception of Crane's novel and links to selected
reviews. It includes a
review by the journalist and novelist Harold Frederic,
a friend of Crane's.
Crane Biography Links
Crane" by Donald Vanouse (Literary Encyclopedia; subscription required)
Stephen Crane House in Asbury Park.
Port Jervis, NY site has color pictures of houses where Crane lived and worked, photos of the town and countryside, and a Google map of the area.
Roots in Port Jervis. This site by Mrs. Kathleen M.
Quick of Port Jervis, New York contains a brief guide to
Martin's site provides a brief biographical sketch
biography of Crane from the Columbia Encyclopedia.
Crane and the Commodore provides information
on the experiences that inspired "The Open Boat," including
current efforts to study the sunken vessel.
Crane's grave at findagrave.com
Reviews of Crane's Works
Stephen Crane in Athens,
May 1897. Image reproduced from ©The Crane Log: A
Documentary Life of Stephen Crane, 1871-1900, by Stanley Wertheim
and Paul Sorrentino (New York: G. K. Hall, 1994), page 256. Original
in the collection of Stanley Wertheim.