1 edition of [Letter to] Mrs. Henry G. Chapman: Dear Friend found in the catalog.
[Letter to] Mrs. Henry G. Chapman: Dear Friend
in Tribune Office, [New York]
Written in English
|Series||Maria Weston Chapman Correspondence (1835-1885)|
|Contributions||Chapman, Maria Weston, 1806-1885, recipient|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 leaf (2 p.) ;|
But it's the midnight hour, and my fire, while I write, has gone out. I return again, most heartily, your salutation; I send the friendliest greeting to Mrs. Lee Childe and to the dear old Perthuis, well remembered of me, and very tenderly, and I am, my dear Childe, your very faithful old friend, HENRY JAMES. To W. E. Norris. Lamb House, Rye. Carrie Chapman Catt Papers: General Correspondence, circa ; Harper, Ida Husted; 1 of 2; mss
ANDERSEN—Jane Forbes. On Ma at Fairfax, Virginia, beloved wife of the late Arne K., devoted mother of Roy and Dorothy A. Skelton; also survived by 9 grandchild. ren, dear sister of. Henry Adams Letters Editorial Project. Records of the Henry Adams Letters Editorial Project, University of Virginia. Library: creatorOf: Adams Family papers, , American Philosophical Society: creatorOf: Adams, Henry, Syllabus, History V: colonial history.
The Volunteer Committee of the Roosevelt Hospital records with sorrow the death of a dear and valued friend and associate whose dedication and devotion to . Davies, William Henry Letter: Sevenoaks, to James Guthrie, b. 1 item (1 p.) ; 21 x 13 cm ALS. Discusses poems he has sent to Guthrie. "I would like the book to be as fine as possible and, for that reason, don't be afraid to speak your mind on these poems." Jun 7: Davies, William Henry.
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Open Library. The American Libraries collection includes material contributed from across the United States. Institutions range from the Library of Congress to many local public libraries. As a whole, this collection of material brings holdings that cover many facets of. Familiar Letters of William James - II Edited by his son, Henry James This collection of letters was originally published in The Atlantic Monthly in three installments.
See the July, Originally published in in two volumes but here presented in one, the letters run the course of James s adult life, and were written to everyone from family to professional colleagues and others, including such luminaries as Hugo M nsterberg, George Santayana, H.
Wells, John Jay Chapman, Henri Bergson, and John Dewey. Mr John Henry Chapman was born at Parson's Park Farmhouse in St Neot, Liskeard, Cornwall, England in latelater being baptised on 1 January He was the son of James Chapman (), a farm labourer and bailiff, and Isabella Wilton (), both natives of Cornwall who were married in TO MRS.
HENRY G. CHAPMAN. TO MRS. CHAPMAN. TO MRS. HENRY G. CHAPMAN. EXTRACT FROM A LETTER FROM HARRIET MARTINEAU. FOREIGN LIFE, — EASTERN. EASTERN JOURNAL. HOME. and a few old and dear friends looked in upon me, in the course of the season. When I had laid out my plan for the History, and begun upon the first.
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11, to. Also he reapplied electricity. Dorr and A. Rives here. To see Mrs. King and her sister Miss Rives, Mrs Carter, Lawrence, Chapman, Mercer, H.
Adams, Meigs, Brewster, Blaine, Ogden, Markol, McLanes, Robeson. Dorr is George Cabot Dorr, the son of Charles Hazen Dorr and Mary Gray Ward Dorr of Boston.
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served on the editorial board of The Saturday Evening Post. He was the author of several books. In he married Elizabeth Neall of Philadelphia, who was also active in abolitionist work and the woman's rights movement.
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The papers relate principally to Henry Ward Beecher (), popular 19th century clergyman and .Charles K. Tracy (b. ) and Anna Victoria Mumford (b. ) write from Turkey and Jennie Fuller from India. Some letters are addressed to "Mr.
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