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Overview and metadata sections
The Letters and Documents Collection is mainly composed of individual, unrelated cards and letters, but also includes some manuscripts, autographs, and other small ephemera that are not part of other manuscript collections at Bryn Mawr College. Some of the letters have been removed from or are tipped into books in the Rare Book collection. Some letters that have been in the Library since the early years of the College have unknown provenance. Occasionally, letters of note from unprocessed manuscript collections have been included in the Letter File, with an explanation of their original provenance.
Letters are indexed by the family name (or single name) of the writer.
ADS: Autograph Document Signed (entirely in the hand of the author)
AL: Autograph Letter Unsigned (in the hand of the author)
ALS: Autograph Letter Signed (entirely in the hand of the author)
AMs: Autograph Manuscript Unsigned (in the hand of the author)
AMsS: Autograph Manuscript Signed (entirely in the hand of the author)
ANS: Autograph Note Signed (a very brief message entirely in the hand of the author)
APcS: Autograph Postcard Signed (entirely in the hand of the author)
DS: Document Signed (text in the hand of another person; signature in the hand of the author)
LS: Letter Signed (text in the hand of another person; signature in the hand of the author)
MsS: Manuscript Signed (text in the hand of another person; signature in the hand of the author)
n.d.: No date
n.y.: No year
TDS: Typed Document Signed (signature in the hand of the author)
TL: Typed Letter Unsigned
TLS: Typed Letter Signed (signature in the hand of the author)
TMs: Typed Manuscript Unsigned
TMsS: Typed Manuscript Signed (signature in the hand of the author)
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The Letters and Documents Collection is the physical property of the Special Collections Department, Bryn Mawr College Library. Literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors of each document or their legal heirs and assigns.
ALS, to Helen Annan Scribner '19
TLS, 1936 Nov. 19, to Mr. McAlpin.
A note of thanks for purchasing and appreciating his photographic work. "It made Steiglitz very happy too."
TLS, 1904 Dec 5, to Wendell Phillips Garrison
Comments on the proposition that language and/or tool-using distinguished human beings from other animals. Finds President Cleveland in office blamed for the consequences of the very policies of his predecessor that Cleveland had opposed. Speculates that such would have been the experience of Greeley, or even of Adams's father, Charles Francis Adams, had either been elected President in 1972 and so inherited the financial panic of 1873. Reference to U. S. Grant.
ACS "Fred", n.d., to Miss Sergeant
ALS, 1907 Mar. 1, to Emily Greene Balch.
"...I have written to Mr. Kellogg suggesting that you (ought?) to write the (?) article, please do." Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Victor K. King
TLS, 1912, Mar. 7, to Margaret H. Shearman.
Informs Sherman that she will be in Washington for suffrage hearings and in Philadelphia for the National Board meeting. Gift of Margaret H. Sherman
ALS, 1921, June 25, to Mrs. Codman.
ALS, 1921 May 19, to Mrs. Codman.
Two notes concerning fund-raising
ALS, 1929, Dec. 29, to Mrs. Jenkins.
Returns a contribution to Hull House for signature of check. Gift of Doreen Canaday Spitzer '36
ALS, 1938 June 25, to the Duke of Sussex.
Requests his patronage for her Essays on Education, and supplies an account of the circumstances of her lifelong separation from family, "to convey...some idea of myself..."
TLS, 1951 Dec. 17, to Hertha Kraus.
(ALS on reverse)
Thanks for her report, promising to write more about it.
TLS, 1953 Apr. 29, to Hertha Kraus.
Recalling with Prof. Kraus during his visit to US, discusses concerns about Christian Democratic Party attitudes toward the European Defense Community. A handwritten note is appended, inquiring about a temporary position at a physiological institute for a friend.
Lecture notes taken by a student
ALS, to Margaret Plass.
Recalls a meeting with the German archeologist, anthropologist Leo Frobenius (1873-1938) at which he displayed a velvet material that was made and worn in an African tribe that he considered to be a remnant of a high civilization. Refers also to casts of bronze heads that had been found by Frobenius.
Gift of Margaret Plass
ALS, to Margaret Plass
Personal note, congratulating her and publisher on African Miniatures
ALS, 1926 May 6, to Dorothy Hale Litchfield.
Will be glad to sign a copy of A Story Teller's Story if readressed to him.
ALS, 1899, Jan. 11, to Sylvia Scudder (American historian, educator).
Explains his reasons for speaking on the Philippines to the De Rebus Club at Bryn Mawr College.
Removed from the scrapbook of Sylvia Scudder Bowditch '33
ALS, Mar. 28, to Maud Skinner
ALS, 1935 May 8, to Otis and Maud Skinner.
Gift of Donald Moskin, 1985
ALS, 1907 Jan. 3, to Maud Skinner
ALS, 1909, to Maud Skinner
ACS, 1915 Christmas, to Cornelia Otis Skinner
Pasted in a book of his bound printed speeches.
From the Caroline Healey Dall Collection
ALS, 1843 Feb. 13, to John Randall
ALS, 1928 Jan. 22, and
ALS, 1928 Jan. 24, to Mr. Jackson
Expresses her indignation at an exhibition of modern furniture: "I was shocked at the lack of taste in all the suites we saw." Second letter turns down invitation to lunch.
ALS, 1943 Sept. 20, to Katharine MacBride.
Requests informating regarding the beginning of the school term at BMC in order to arrange for his lecture.
[Call for the Creation of a Women's Newspaper]
Broadside with ms. corrections and deletions
n.p., n.d. [Berlin, 1894]
Signed on verso by a number of the leaders of the women's movement in Germany.
Notes on a luncheon held 1928 Feb. 14, including guest list and menu.
TLS, 1965 Jan. 23, to Joaquin Maurin.
Discusses the political situation in Gibraltar
ALS, 1842 Apr. 10, to M. St. Amour?
"Prayer Before Dawn" Autograph manuscript inscribed to Howard L. Goodhart, signed
TLS, 1962 Oct. 30, to Robin
ALS, 1969 Oct. 2, to "Darling Robin"
Enthusiastic critiques of Robin's plays.
Adelman Fund, 1991
TLS, 1977 Nov. 8 to Abbott Van Nostrand.
Describes need to restore changes made in the Philadelphia performance of her play "Matter of Gravity": "to alter back to the original things that were invented by director and Miss Hepburn ... it wasn't their fault, poor dears."
ALS, 1818 Oct. 20, to Mr. Beverley
ALS, 1926 Apr. 11, to Dorothy Hale Litchfield
ALS, 1889 Oct. 16, to "the Atlantic Monthly."
Asks if magazine is interested in serializing her almost-complete novel The Greater Mystery.
ALS, n.d., to M. Carey Thomas.
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate responds to an invitation to appear with Jane Addams at Bryn Mawr. As an alumna thanks Thomas for "wonderful gift of the Deanery".
TLS, 1926 May 4 TLS, 1926 June 3, to Mr. Brooks
TLS, 1953 Nov. 1, to Margaret Gilman
ALS, 1877 Feb. 8, to "Mon cher ami"
ALS, 1909 Dec. 9 and invoice, to Miss Simons
TLS, 1945 Mar. 22, to Mr. Roberts.
Letter fragments with signatures.
ALS, 1930 Dec. 9, to Arthur Scribner
MS, list of possible translations of the title Arthur Gordon Pym
ALS, 1932 Jan. 4, to Conyers Read.
Describes procedures of the Calais staple, a British Royal institution (1390-1558), but advises correspondent that further detail would be difficult to obtain.
ALS, n.y. July? 24, to Miss Cross
Gift of the Friends of the Library. TLS, n.y. Feb. 4, to Miss Woodruff.
Library purchase, 1993 ALS, , to Miss Sartain.
Gift of Emily Cross
PcS, 1939 Jun. 14
ALS, n.y. Mar.? 17
ALS, n.y. Oct. 11, to Caroline Anderson.
Pc removed from and letters tipped in to: Background with Figures, by C. Beaux.
ALS, 1946 Dec. 31, to May Swindler
ALS, 1808 Jan. 28, to Sir Foster Cunliffe Thanks for hospitality, sends a copy of his translation.
ALS, 1899 Mar. 17, to Edgar Fawcett.
Asks to see "biographical and critical study of Christina Rossetti".
ALS, 1882 Mar. 21, to Mr. Dole
AMs fragment of Young Edgar Allen Poe
Gift of Elaine Sproat, 1988.
3 CsS, n.d.
ALS, 1974 July 19, to David Lawson.
Removed from Benet's books, RBR.
ALS, 1920 Apr. 6, to Evelyn Page.
Permits quotation and other privileges to Bryn Mawr "Reeling and Writhing Club", asks to subscribe for a copy of each new issue.
ALS, 1929 Jan. 5, to Ruth Wainwright.
Replying to a letter of sympathy on the death of his wife, Elinor Wylie, recalls her as a "hero" and "genius".
ALS, 1897 Aug. 19, to Mr. Marquand.
Offers an article on Giralamo da Cremona. "If the article does not suit you, you need but return it, without the slightest fear of offending me."
ALS, 1936 Apr. 8, to Lucy M. Donnelly, cosigned by B. Berenson.
A note on the retirement of Lucy Donnelly: "Our Bryn Mawr goes with your retirement. Next to Carey, you have stood for what has seemed to us to make the College chiefly illustrious, and if any vestiges of civilization (in our sense) survive the present wreckage a not inconsiderable share will be due to the spirit of Culture and love of literature with which you have inspired your many pupils."
ALS, 1937 Aug. 9, to Meiric K. Dutton.
Comments on a copy of Gray's Elegy he has sent Dutton, expressing dissatisfaction with the printing ("far from what I designed it to be") and because of his "non-speaking" relationship with the printer, pessimism about doing other books he had planned. Personal details of current activities and removal to new quarters.
ALS, n.y. May 7, to "Dear Sir."
Request for reference to a biography of Charles the Eighth in Fraser's Magazine.
ALS, 1964 June 22, to Rosemond Tuve
ALS, 1912 Nov. 3, to Stuart M. Jackson
ALS, 1880 June 18, to Rosa Bonheur.
Letter of introduction for Barretts of Baltimore.
ALS, n.d., to Miss Drage.
Alerts correspondent to some drawings by Cozens in a Covent Garden shop.
3 TLsS, 1978 Nov. 20, 1979 Mar. 7.
TLS, 1979 Apr. 17, to Mary Patterson McPherson.
TLS, 1979 Jun. 19, to Miss Pabst.
Letters pertain to her involvement in organizing the Marianne Moore Poetry Fund at Bryn Mawr. She makes suggestions to promote the reading of poetry among students, sends recipe for fish chowder, and recommends Seamus Heaney as a poetry reader: "He's awfully good and has a lovely brogue."
ALS, 1885 Dec. 7, to Sir Richard.
Probably to the anatomist-naturalist Sir Richard Owen, thanking him for his "cheering words" countering Blackmore's recent drubbing by the English critical press. He compares the vagaries of "fashion" to the vagaries of weather.
APcS, 1901 Oct. 30, to Caroline Healey Dall.
"I am indeed grieved to receive notice of such an irreparable loss - as far as this limited life is concerned. May the larger view of spiritual life console you."
ALS, 1935 Sept. 11, to Eric George.
Adelman Fund, 1989
For George's projected biography of the painter B. R. Haydon, supplements list of poems and other works address to or concerning the article.
MsS poem: "Evening Mystery."
Gift of Jeanetta Jameson Chace '17
ALS, 1966 Jan 25, to Brian North Lee.
Provides information on sources of poems of 18th century English poets Bampfylde and Samuel Williams.
ALS, 1900 Jun. 14
ALS, 1905 Apr. 23, to W. Cockerell
Correspondence from 1898-1920 including:
W. Cockerell, Wilfred Meynell, Thurlow, and Samuel Chew.
Personal notes and invitations to hunt.
From the Library of Mary Pierce '12
Correspondence with Samuel Chew, written by Dorothy Carelton at Blunt's instruction, 1920-1921 (8 letters).
Discusses his work and that of some British writers of whom Professor Chew has made inquiries.
Gift of Samuel Claggett Chew.
ALS, 1900 Jan. 17, to Bishop Lightfoot.
Photocopy of letter accompanying presentation copy of book of poems of his brother, George Frederick Bodley.
TLS, 1960 May 2, to Catharine Bohlen.
Concerning visit of Shipley school student to U.S. State Department.
ALS, 1939 June 18, to "Mr. Wheatley."
Assuming her correspondent to be a Baconian, chastises him for giving "undue weight" to the theory, disputing it on the evidence of vocabulary, practical stage experience, temperament and character of mind.
ALS, 1909 Nov. 2, to Arthur H. Scribner.
"All the arrangements have been made for the little dinner..."
ALS, 1815 Aug. 22, to William Patterson
Misc. Corr., 1887-1899, mainly to Tedesco.
Discussing handling of materials and comments on possibly fraudulent representation of a painting as one of hers.
TLS, 1916 Mar. 27, to Countess de Rodellec.
Requests procedures for delivering copies of two of his books to military hospitals.
ALS, 1926 May 17, to Dorothy Hale Litchfield
ALS, 1950 Mar. 17 ALS, 1950 May 14, to Samuel C. Chew
TLS, 1970 Oct. 23, to Elma Loines.
Gift of Elma Loines, 1976.
Misc. Corr. with Library, 1958-1970, 5 p. in all
ALS, 1956 Jun. 15
ALS, 1956 Sept. 22, to Jane B. Savage (Chair, Friends of the BMC Library)
Gift of Jane B. Savage, 1956.
ALS, 1912 Sept. 19 ALS, 1912 Oct. 19, to J. P. O'Connor
TLS, 1917 Sept. 24, to "Thayer."
TLS, 1926 May 15, to Margaret H. Litchfield.
Gift of Margaret Hale Litchfield?
TLS, 1916 Oct. 19, to James Sibley Watson
TLS, 1941 Apr. 26, to Emily Cross.
Concerning the "difficult problem of presenting Tip Martin's name for membership."
ALS, 1913 Dec. 8, to Marion Edwards Park
3ALsS, 2 Cards, 1954-1955, to Leroy Phillips, Boston, MA
TLS, 1892 Jan. 8, to "Dear Sir"
TNS, 1926 Apr. 14, to Dorothy Litchfield
ALS, n.y. Aug. 13 (1939?)
ALS, n.y. Aug. 14, to Rosemond Tuve '25 Gift of Rosemond Tuve '25
ALS, 1865 July 1, to John Shelly.
Agrees to search out copies of Germ, a publication of only four numbers, produced in "perferct artistic fervor and utter disregard of all business rules" in which sketches by Brown appear.
Tipped into The Germ. London, 1850
ALS, n.y. July 16, to "Mr. Anderson"
ALS, 1953 May 1, to "Connie."
Gift of the Bryn Mawr Bookshop of New York City
3 TLsS, 1 TPcS, 1ALS, 1942-1949 to Miriam Coffin Canaday with her notes and the draft of a reply Gift of Doreen Canaday Spitzer '36, 1979
ALS, 1884 Jan. 3, to Mrs. Thomas Fitzgerald
ALS, 1865 Nov. 11, to Mrs. E. Bancroft.
Blames printer for "disturbance of rhythm" in reproduction of one of his poems.
TLS, 1933 Oct. 3, to Paul Lemperly
TLS, 1942 Aug. 3, to Mrs. James Chadwick-Collins.
Visit to Bryn Mawr contingent on College providing transportation.
TLS 1960 Feb. 22, to Mrs. Vernon Hammond.
TLS, 1943 Jan. 25, to Katharine McBride.
A postscipt to his talk at Bryn Mawr, clarifying a distinction between dramatic and lyric principles.
From the Papers of Katharine McBride
ALS, 1892 Sept 16, to Charles Halle.
Includes sketch (self-portrait?) on page inviting visit.
ALS, 1891 July 30, to William Morris.
The Adelman Fund
4 ALsS: 1898 Nov. 17, 1900 Mar. 15, 1904 Nov. 14, 1918 Oct. 12
to Mr. Whitworth-Wallis.
Concerning publication of her memorial to her husband.
Gift of the Friends of the Library, 1982.
ALS, 1894 Sept. 2, to Mr. Logan Pearsall Smith
TLS, 1926 May 15, to Dorothy Litchfield.
Sends inscription to be inserted in his The Interpreter's House.
ALS, 1963 Mar. 8, to C. Christopher Morris
Writes to clarify is request for use of a photograph
ALS, 1888 Aug., to Lord Mount Temple
ALS, 1960 Mar. 9 with Ms of talk.
ALS, 1960 May 23 to Mrs. Epes.
Article written for anniversary issue of the Alumni Bulletin.
ALS, 1938 Nov. 3, to "My dear Sam"
ALS, 1953 June 17
TLS, 1953 Aug. 28
TLS, 1953 Dec. 26, to [Elizabeth Sergeant] Elsie
ALS, n.d., to Mr. Plumptre.
Comments that correspondent's verses have "feeling and earnestness" and that he will be willing to "see the Ecclesiastes".
ALS, n.y. Dec. 31, to Frank Miles Day
"The enclosed...ex libris of an ancestor of mine may interest you..."
ALS, 1894 July 17, to Reginald Palgrave
Writes in praise of the travel books of William Gifford Palgrave.
ALS, 1941 Jan. 28, to Mrs. David Finley
Wants to send French translation of Henry Adams's Democracy, inscribed by Adams.
ALS, 1 Aug. 1915, to Mrs. Crosby-Brown
Contains an account of administering a typhus hospital in Serbia, where "...renewed fighting in the Balkans is prophesied."
ALS,  Oct. 3, to Madelyn Gutwirth
ALS, n.y. Feb. 17, to Marion Edwards Park
ALS 1862 July 8, to Mrs. Lizzie Cantner
Complains that her sister in Pennsylvania has misconstrued her letter to refer to herself. "I refer to abolitionists altogether. I believe there are many noble men in the Federal Army...but the majority are there to free the negroes..."
ALS, 1893 May 26, to "Dear Sister"
Some description of Chicago during the World's Columbian Exposition.
2 ALsS, 1924 May 4 and May 5, to Joseph Clark Hoppin
Removed from a book belonging to Eleanor D. Wood Whitehead 1902.
Correspondence with John Sparrow, Tom Haber, etc. concerning Haber's book on the Shropshire Lad, with reviews, etc.
ALS, 1972 Feb. 1, to Catherine Bohlen, together with misc. notes and printed material including signed offprint of "The Caxton Ovid" from the Spring 1971 Book Collector.
Autograph Ms Poem "Crossing the Bar by Tommy H. Tennyson"
2 TLsS, n.y. Dec. 1, to Marion Edwards Park and 1925, Jan. 21, to Fannie E. Teller
2 APcsS, n.d. to Miss Park, First Day Cover.
To Teller: "The only kind of social workers I object to are those who shamelessly say they are 'going into social work for a time to get material for fiction'."
3 TLsS, 1927 Dec. 29, 1928 Dec. 31, 1938 Jan. 11, to Caroline M. Slade
ALS, 1888 Mar. 27, to T. Craig Brown
ALS, 1882 Nov. 10, to Rev. Canon Bell
Comments on English and American poets. Browning is "the noblest English poet of our age."
ALS, n.y. Sept. 17, to Mrs. Earl
Concerning materials contributed by her for sale by anti-slavery group, including copy of book edited by her.
ALS, n.d., to Mr Smith
ALS, 1985 Aug. 31, to Georgiana Goddard King
Cheney, Dorothy L.
ALS, 1862 Dec. 22, to Mary Stearns
In a letter to her niece, expresses her anti-slavery political opinions, celebrates the emergence of blacks in the consciousness of society, and comments patronizingly on Mary Todd Lincoln.
TLS, 1946 Apr. 26, to Samuel Chew
Gift of Samuel Claggett Chew ALS, n.d. to Emily Cross
Removed from Geoffrey Chaucer of England.
ALS, 1938 July 4, to Dr. Burdick
ALS, 1975 Feb 9, to Alice Hoffman
Thanks for helping develop the program "Women Workers' Week" at Bryn Mawr.
Autograph "Mark Twain"
From the Library of Fannie E. Teller '18, 1942
Personal note, including mention of his daughter's entering Bryn Mawr College
ALS, 1890 Oct. 4, to Joe Goodman
Gift of Joanna Semel Rose '52, 1997
ALS, 1912 Oct. 20, to Mrs. Henry Jones Ford
ALS, n.d., to Mrs. Pearsall-Smith
TLS "C.L" 1976 Nov 16 to Janet Camp Troxell
Inquiry about the location of signatures, possibly forgeries of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, in preparation of Cline's The Owl and the Rossettis.
ALS, n.y. July 22, to Mrs. Pearsall Smith
ALS, 185? June 23, to Mr. Jras [? Iras] Rolfe
ALS, 1907 Jan. 1, to Elizabeth Marot
5 AlsS, 1919-1921, Corr. to Henry and Catherine Raven Holiday
4 ALsS, 1900-1919, to "Dear Katie"
ALS 1921 to Henry Gift of the Friends of the Library, 1981
2 ALsS, c. 1907, to M. Carey Thomas From the Papers of M. Carey ThomasPhysical Description
ALS, 1954 Nov. 11, to Donald Brien TLS, 1954 Aug. 22, to Donald Brien
ALS, 1854 June 28, to [E. M. Worter ?] Madam
3ALsS, 1898 Mar. 19, 1918 Jan. 8, 1928 Feb. 13, to Harold Peirce From the Library of Mary Peirce '12
10 ALsS, 1921-1926,Corr. with Samuel Chew, Gift of Samuel S. and Lucy E. Chew ALS, 1932 May 15, to Rosemond [Tuve?]
ALS, 1934 Jan. 22, to Edith Finch
ALS, 1936 May 16, to Lucy Martin DonnelleyPhysical Description
ALS, [1827, Aug.], to Alaric A. Watts
Describes his depression at length, his vexations with publishers. Agrees to submit an essay for publication, provided it "will not be deemed an attack on Sir Walter Scott, tho' I have little reason to hold myself obliged to him."
ACS, n.d., to Theresa Helburn
ALS, 1898 Nov. 19, to Helen R. Stevenson
ALS, 1918 Feb. 20, to Samuel Chew
ALS, 1904 Nov. 29, to George Stevenson
TPcS, 1953 Dec. 31, to Pauline Goldmark
3 engraved invitation to White House functions: 1926 Jan 28, 1928 Feb 2, 1929 Jan. 10 (with admission ticket)
Misc. corr. 1928-1936, with Raymond Toole Stott, Jacob Weiss, Mr. Friede, Jake
ALS, n.d., to Otis Corbett
TLS, 1975 Dec. 10, "To You whom it may concern"
2 TLsS, 1934 Jan. 11, 1959 Jan. 7, to Antoinette and Marie Willson
ALS, 1968 July 5, to Lydia Este
Autograph Ms Poem "Femme Inconnue-Louvre"
3 ALsS, 1957 Oct. 22, 1960 Oct. 29, 1960 Dec. 17, to John Cournos
Replies to offense Cournos took to references in Craig's autobiography. Later personal notes indicate resumption of relationship. Copies of Cournos's letters to Craig.
Gift of the Friends of the Library, 1986
14 ALsS, 1924-1953, to Lennox Robinson
Adelman Fund, 1991
ALS, n.y. Nov. 9, to Mr. Chapman ALS, n.y. May 25, to "Dear Sir"
ALS, 1893 Jan. 1, to "the Editor of Town Torries"
2 Cards signed, n.d. to "Love"
Ms of sermon preached 1869 Oct. 18, in 4th Ave. Presbyterian Church, N.Y.
TLS, 1964 May 1, to Paul S. King
ALS, 1857 Oct. 30, to J. G. Nichols
ALS, 1854 May 1, to Charles Mackay
ALS, 1883 July 2, to W. H. Hudson
2 ALsS, 1916 Dec. 5, 1917 Aug. 24, to Paul Lemperley
TLS, 1919 Nov. 10, to A. Edward Newton (torn)
ALS, n.d., to Peter L. Schauble
ALS, n.d., no addressee
ALS, 1883 Dec. 31, to Austin Dall By exchange.
ALS, 1875 July 14, to Mrs. H. W. Brand
Misc. Correspondence and Will
2 ALsS, 1951 July 29, 1958 Apr. 5, to Rosemond Tuve
ANS, n.d., n. p.
Removed from the Sayings of Poor Richard, The Prefaces, Proverbs, and Poems of Benjamin Franklin, New York: 1890
TLS, 1928 Aug. 13, to Marjorie Dana Barlow
Removed from "Ruby Robert" alias Bob Fitzsimmons, by Robert Hobart Davis
TLS, 1935 Mar. 12, to Emily Cross
ALS, 1881 Nov. 9, to Mr. Moss
6 ALsS, 1903 Oct.-Nov., to Harold Peirce
ALS, 1850 Oct. 13, to "Monsieur"
Gifts of Dorothy Litchfield, the Papers of Marion E. Parks, Emma Loines
ALS, 1869 Aug. 20, to Thomas Falconer
Autograph note, 1880 Mar. 9, to S. Christie-Miller
8 ALsS, 1925-1942, to Loise C. Rosett
Letter of 1928, written after a trip to the Soviet Union, describes his impressions of the revolutionary experience in that country. He likens it to the time when "Christianity was a living force that ran through everything."
TLS, 1942 Nov. 25, to Caroline M. Slade
ALS, 1822 Apr. 18, to A. Le Prevolt
ALS, 1840 Aug. 17, to I. P. Harley
"A babby is to be christened and a fatted calf killed on thes premises on Tuesday the 25th instant. If (the calf, not the babby) is to be taken off the spit at six, can you come and gladden the heart of the indignant..." (signed - Boz)
ALS, 1902 Feb. 12, to Miss Lewis
TLS, 1927 Jan. 3, to Mrs. Hoppin
ALS, 1885 June 15, to Miss Smith(?)
"I am too ill for correct or full use of the pen: the inexorable illness which corrodes the impaired walls of this human frame finds me past all active ... work out of my apartment."
Corrected galley proof of the title page of Horace Walpole: A Memoir, signed and dated 1890 May 7
ALS, 1912 Aug. 8, to Edmond Gosse
6 ALsS, 1924-1931, to Samuel Chew
1 ALS, 1927 Nov 27, to "Dear Sir"
2 ALsS, 1857 Mar. 23, 1858 Mar. 4, to "Father"
Detailed descriptions of Florence and Geneva
2 ALsS, 1950 Jan 16 to Feb 3, to Mrs. Augustus Hand
TLS, 1936 Mar. 6, to Lois Reed Library Correspondence
TLS, 1923 Dec. 4, to Wyncie King
"I am working a novel ..."
APcS, 1976 June 17, to Kay Boyle
ALS, 1877 Oct. 4, to Mary Garrett
An affectionate letter.
ALS, 1938 July 25, to Eunice Schenck
ALS, 1929 Oct. 6, to Marion E. Park
Transcript of interview with students and faculty at Temple University, 1969 Nov. 14 written by Hans Bänziger
ALS, 1880 Sept. 10, "To whom it may concern" Letter of recommendation for Mary A. Campbell
ALS, 1892 Nov. 11, to John Bigelow
ALS, 1933 Oct. 17, to Howard Goodhart
Letter describing Sergei Gapochkin who Eddington had met at Goettingen. "I need scarcely say tht his is a particularly hard case" and expressing his pleasre that Gapchkin will be able to continue his career at Harvard.
ALS, 1952 June 25, to Louise Brien Removed from Song of the Lark, by Willa Cather, 1995
ALS, n.d., to Donald Brien From the Papers of Donald Brien
TLS, 1988 Aug. 28, to James Tanis From James Tanis
TLS, 1953 May 25, to William James, Jr. ACS undated, "For Donald" Adelman FundPhysical Description
ALS, 1815 Nov. 9, to Barbara Hofland
ALS, 1842 July 7, to Mrs. S. C. Hall
ALS, 1845 June 30, to Hariette Edgeworth
ALS, 1882 Nov. 14, to Robert Ellis Thompson
ANS, [1922?] Sept. 10, to T. Davis
Letter pasted into Einstein and the Universe, by E. A.
Gift of David N. and Julia C. Legin Mills '40, 1993
TLS Sept. 9, 1948, to "Dear Friend" from Emergency Commttee of Atomic Scientists
ALS, n.y. Dec. 1, to Miss Finch
ALS, 1874 Apr. 20, to Mrs. Cross
TLS, 1951 Dec. 17, to Sophie T. Cambrie Gift of Sophie T. Cambrie, 1988
TLS, 1940 Jan. 25, to Alan Stuart Removed from The Idea of a Christian Society, by TSE
2 TLsS, 1932 Nov. 3 and 1933 Apr. 5, to Marion E. Park From the Papers of Marion E. Park
TLS, 1933 May 21, to Steven Herben From Harvard College
TLS, 1956 Mar. 8, to Katherine McBride From the papers of Katherine McBridePhysical Description
1 ALS, 1899 Mar. 26 and Sept., to Sydney Cockerell
ALS, [1886?] Apr. 26, to an unknown "Sir"
Proposes terms for preparing a story of "romantic interest" to appear in The Sunday Reader.
ALS, 1864 Apr. 18, to Edward Everett
ALS, 1849 Sept. 15, to A. de Samartine
A long spirited rhetorical defense of the French Socialists against Lamartine's criticisms. Most of the 1848 revolutionaries are mentioned by name.
TLS, 1920 June 2, to Theresa Helburn
ALS, 1964 June 18, to Miss Cunningham
APcS, 1902 July 24, to Harold Peirce
ALS, 1931 Dec. 23 to "My dear Sidney" (Cockerell?)
3 ALsS, 1903 Sept. 12, Nov. 5, 1904 Oct. 12, to Harold Peirce
ALS, 1925 July 9, to Samuel Chew
ALS, 1862 Apr. 28, to Winslow Lewis
2 ALsS (photocopies), 1862 Apr. 18, 1880 Feb. 17, to H. C. Townsend
ALS, 1883 June 15, to Mrs. R. P. Greaves
ALS, 1882 Sept. 22, to Mr. Fitzgerald
ALS, 1966 Jan. 25, to Marcelle Jossua
AMsS "Ma Vie," 1966
ANS, 1886 Feb. 16, to Mr. Smith
ALS, 1889 Feb. 27, to "Dear Madam"
Note from the newly-elected President of the International Council of Women, briefly describing the organization and enclosing further information.
2TNsS, 1939 Mar. 17,and 1940 April 21, to Janet Agnew
An optimistic analysis of war events just following Norway campaigns and just prior to German successes in France in 1940.
TLS, 1937 Feb. 4, to Bryn Mawr College
Letter of recommensation (in Italian) for Victorial Rossi.
2 ALsS, 1894 July 30, Sept. 20 to Mr. Scribner
4 ALsS, misc. correspondence, 1894-1904
2 ALsS, 1904 Oct. 22, 1906 Apr. 10 to "Joseph"
TLS, 1938 May 6 to Edward Blakely
Appraisals (his own and in letters of others) of his "The Bust in the Vestibule," together with corrected proofs of 1937.
ALS, 1951 June, to Myra Elliot Vauclain '08
Self-deprecating message accompanying presentation copy of his book to mother of an acquaintance who "had some difficulty" in understanding his cartoons.
ALS, [1877 Sept. 8], to Emile Laporte
ANS, n.d., to Emile Aucante
Includes typescript of lecture by Eunice Morgan Schenck.
Gift of Margaret Gilman '19
ALS,  June 4, to "Mon cher Burty"
Removed from Lettres à Nièce Caroline, by G. Flaubert.
AMs, Summary of L'education Sentimentale
Gift of Margaret Gilman '19
ANS [1907 July 7] to "Sir"
Misc. Correspondence, 1961-1966, mostly to Isabelle Fleck
4 ALsS, 1 LS,1T LS, 1941-42, to Pierre Quilleret with sketch
Refers to his activities on behalf of France Forever as well as his difficulties occasioned by being a member of its board.
ALS, 1920 May 7, to "Gillian"
ACS, 1929 July 23
ALS, 1902 Jan. 14, to John W. Hales
ALS, 1935 Sept. 10, to Eric George
Apologetically declines George's request for journal material because it is about to be published by Forman.
ALS, 1915 May 5, to Professor Whitelock
Gift of Rosemond Tuve
ALS, 1947 Oct 31, to Samuel Chew
Gift of Samuel Claggett Chew
ALS, 1884 June 8, to Horace Scudder
3 ALsS, 1938-1946, to Eunice Schenck and Margaret Gilman
ALS, 1854, to "Sarah"
ALS, 1895 Feb. 25, to Robert Brothers
"I have ready for publication an ms on the Woman Sufferage Movement in this country ... my argument is against the movement. " Library purchase
TLS, 1960 Mar. 5, to Mrs. Hammond
ALS, 1992 Oct. 15, to Vivian Brown
ALS, n.y. Nov. 29, to Rosalie Magruder
TLS, 21 Nov. 1972, to Janet Camp Troxell, along with two invitations to the private view of the Royal Academy of Arts exhibition "Dante Gabriel Rosetti: Painter and Poet," and reviews of Fraser's book.
Typescript signed of "Of a world in the soul that is dreaming"
ALS, 1886 May 21, to [Ralph?] Hodgkin
ALS, 1926 Jan. 18, to Dr. Goldberg
2 ALsS, 1921 Feb. 2, Mar. 2, to Josephine Wood Linn
Concerning dates and arrangements of Robert Frost' s visits to BMC in Spring 1921.
ALS, 1928 Dec. 18, to Hilda Wright
Concerning his visit to Bryn Mawr College.
Gift of Hilda Wright Broad '30, 1989
ALS, 1952 Aug. 22, to Elizabeth Shipley Sergeant
Gift of Elizabeth Shipley Sergeant
2 ALsS, 1925 Nov. 8, Dec. 30, to Marion Park
ALS, n.y. Oct. 8, to "Morley"
An invitation to meet an officer of South African War.
ALS, 1943 Sept. 26, to Charles Rhoads
Removed from The Chevalier of Pensieri-Vani, by H. Fuller
ALS, n.d., to Mrs. Biddle
Removed from Shakespeare, Bacon, and the Great Unknown, by Andrew Lang.
Misc. Corr. 1896-1906
Removed from the Scrapbook of Sylvia Scudder Bowditch 1899.
Gift of Sylvia Scudder Bowditch, 1933
TLS, 1928 Dec. 20, to Marion Park
10 ALsS, n.d., to Mr. Cotton
ALS, n.d., to the Editor of the Academy Library purchase?
3 ALsS, 1922 Feb. 2-Apr. 10, to Emmeline Dwyer and Miriam Coffin Canaday
ALS, 1827 Feb. 6, to John Griscom w/ signed print
Reports on founding "infant school" and inquires whether there is interest in doing so elsewhere.
ALS, 1922 July 7, to Mrs. Walter Newkirk
TLS, 1938 Feb. 18, to Ethelinda Schaefer Castle '08
TLS, 1967 Mar. 13, to Barbara Thacher
ANS, c. 1925 April, to Lois A. Reed Library correspondence
ALS, c. 1840-43
Concerning the freeing of North Carolina's slaves, and the need for secrecy until it is accomplished.
ANS, 1903 July 6, to Mr. Goldmark
AMs, The Wax Doll
Typescript, with autograph corrections, Vain Oblations
ALS, 1924 Mar. 21, to "Miss Teller"
ALS, 1904 Sept. 23, to "Miss Agnes"
ALS, 1919 Mar. 29, to Samuel Chew
ALS, 1798 Nov. 10, to James Jackson
ALS, 1783 Jan. 29, to Brigadier General Hand
On the prospects for peace, the lack of national funds, and the deliberations of the Congress.
ALS, 1864 Sept. 16, to J. A. Roebuck
Raises the question of nationalization of the railway system.
ACS, n.d., to Lola Ridge
TLS, , to "Dick and Olive"
ALS, n.y. May 5, to "My dear Sir"
ALS, 1944 July 1, to Miss Putnam
Misc. correspondence, 1895-1900
Various replies to editorials written by Goodell in The Engineering Record.
ANS, 1898 Dec. 2, to "Furness"
2 ALsS, 1918 Mar. 13, Apr. 25, to Samuel Chew
Discussion of Swinburne and Chew's book about Swinburne.
Gift of Samuel Claggett Chew
ALS, 1793 Feb., to W. Mathieu
ALS, n.d. May 14, to ? [Mr. Den*t*r]
Suggests that he be sent a specimen of the bird his correspondent describes, in order to determine its species.
4 ALsS, 1893-1904, Misc. Corr.
Discusses literary criticism.
14 ALsS, 1912-1932, to Coulson Kernahan
ALS, 1934 Apr. 12, to Angeline Lograsso
APcS, 1936 Jan. 6, to Angeline Lograsso
APcS, 1936 Feb. 23, to Angeline Lograsso
APcS, 1937 Jan. 3, to Angeline Lograsso
TLS, 1917 Jan. 8, to Arthur H. Scribner
ALS and envelope, 1873 Nov. 30, to Rev. Dr. S. Clements
4 ALsS, 1943 Oct.-Nov., to Arthur C. Sprague
ALS, n.y. Jan. 1, to Samuel and Lucy Chew
ALS with sketch, n.d., to Mr. Locker
ALS, 1846 Jan. 13, to Joseph J. Gurney
Discusses church activity.
ALS, 1939 May 2, to Robert Dechert, First Day Cover, 1941 Dec. 1
ALS, 1938 Apr. 12, Nov. 7, to Donald Brien
ALS, 1938 Nov. 8, to Edna Kenton From the Papers of Donald Brien
Misc. Corr., c. 1960, to Donald Brien and Mrs. Brien
TLS, n.d., to Margaret Plass
ALS, 1954 Mar. 30, to Margaret Plass
ALS, 1950, to Margaret Smyth
AMS, menu 1949, signed
Gift of Margaret Smyth
ALS, 1968 Nov. 3, to Kyle Meredith Phillips
Concerns the excavations in which they are both involved..."I hope that contrary to expectation a temple may one fine day come to light."
TLS, 1967 to Arthur Crook
ALS, 1925 Nov. 28, to Marion Park
ALS, 1875 Apr. 22, to Mrs. Hogden
Responds to a request about his activity as a preacher ... "I am a Quaker myself ... I have not much respect for preaching..."
TLS, 1930 Sept. 17, to Donald Brien
3 ALsS 1955 July 7, 1956 Sept. 18, 1959 Apr. 11, to Miss Loines and Miss Savage
Ms of introduction to a Swedish edition of a book
TLS 1939 May 22 to Emily Cross
ALS 1887 Mar 31 to her grandson
ALS, 1994 June 28, to Lucy Donnelley
TLS, 1959 May 6 to Mrs. Epes
Typescript of 1927 Commencement Address
TLS, 1960 Sept. 10, to David Mills
ALS, 1933 Dec 29, TLS, 1936 Apr. 6, to John E. Malone
Engraved invitation to White House function: s.a. May 18
ALS, 1880 Jan. 15, to Henry F. Meyer
ALS, 1944, to Mrs. Pell-Wheeler
Ms. notes on Shelley
TLS, 1904 July 9, to W. G. Bowdoin
TLS, 1927 Sept. 10, to Dr. Wagoner
ALS, 1956 Feb. 7, to Theresa Helburn
ALS, 1901 Apr. 24, to Mr. Cross
Misc. professional and personal corr. with D. Brien
AL on behalf of the Duchess of Kent, n.d., to Miss Drummond on behalf of Lady Stopford
Card Signed, 1924
ANS, n.d., to Mr. Talforn?
Misc. corr. concerning Streeter Book Collection (Carbon copies) (Carbon copies in file)
ALS, 1942 Aug. 11, to Sam DeWitt
ALS, 1930 Mar. 2, to M. Moser
Writes to Moser that he wishes to have "the little notebook" returned to him and that he hopes "nobody has seen it."
TLS, 1958 June 4, to Mrs. Jack Vauclain Class of 1908 Memorabilia
ALS, [1828-1831] Mar. 20, to Maria Jane Jewsbury
Gift of the Class of 1912, 1990 AMS poem "Breathings of Spring"
Adelman Fund, 1987
Invoice, 1877 Aug.
Misc. Corr. 1973-1992
Includes discussion concerning TV documentary on career of M. Carey Thomas.
ALS, 1989 Jul 6, to Barbara Thacher
Gift of Barbara Thacher, 2000
ALS, n.y. Feb. 3, to Elkins Mathews
ALS, 1953 Oct. 1, to Margaret Plass
ALS, 1897? Dec. 29, to "Dear Sir"
2 ALsS, 1890 July 14, 1893 Mar.7, to Miss King
2 ALsS, 1897 July 27, 1898 July 9, to Miss King
TLS, 1948 Sept. 17, to Wilson M. Mills
ALS, 1930 Aug. 3, to "Dear Lillian"
TLS, 1962 Nov. 25, to John Masefield
ALS, 1922 July 23, to Arthur Rogers
Removed from Hymn to Malock, by R. Hodgson.
ACS, sketch, 3 Mss poems
8 ALsS, 1922 Mar. 12-1923 June 2, to George Sutcliffe
On the sale of his sketches for Lewis Carroll's Hunting of the Snark.
ANS, 1880 Apr. 21, to "Dear Boy" ANS, 1881 July 30, to "Dear Madam"
ANS, 1830 Aug. 17, to "Sir"
ALS, 1751 May 24, to Mr. Waerendongt
2 TLsS, 1928 Aug 29, 1949 June 2, to Caroline Slade
ALS undated to "Dear Mr. Ford"
ANS ("RHH"), 1873 Feb.
Autograph note intitalled on copy of a printed petition to W. E. Gladstone.
TLS, 1906 Feb. 7, to John Gregson, Jr.
An appeal from one of the founders of Howard University for funds for a Lincoln memorial.
2 ALsS, 1906 Feb. 20 and Apr. 24, to Mary Garrett
ALS 1881 Nov 6 to Terry Mason & Co
From the Papers of M. Carey Thomas ALS, Friday 16 to Henry Hedge
Gift of Charles Lyon Chandler
ALS, 1899 Sept. 29, to Sylvia Bowditch
Removed from the scrapbook of Sylvia Scudder.
ALS, 1901 June 5, to "Dear Mrs. Fields"
Concerning ways to "tide over" a "hapless viconte", apparently a visting French academic.
From the Papers of M. Carey Thomas
3 ALS, n.y. Apr. 2, 1841 Mar. 31, [1847?] Aug. 24 to misc. corr. (includes signature of William Howitt.)
3 ALsS, 1844 Oct. 1867, Jan. 25; 1868 Nov. 10, to Willliam Bell Scott
Note of 1844 recommends a quotation from Homer's Odyssey concerning slavery for modern-day Christians. Later letters are concerned with establishing locations of houses and other structures, including gibbets, somehow connected with etchings in Backhouse's Martyr Scenes of the 16th and 17th Centuries.
2 ANsS, 1906 Feb. 2, n.d., to Mr. Field
TLS, 1910 Sept. 21, to Mrs. Samuel Stinson
ALS, 1926 Feb. 12, to Haldane Macfall
ALS, 1880 Oct. 26, to Pearsall-Smith
ALS, 1881 Oct. 20, to "Dear Sir"
TLS, 1964 Dec.10, to Katherine E. McBride (President of Bryn Mawr College)
Thanking her for her support in "Scientists, Engineers, and Physicians for Johnson Humphrey."
ALS,  July 12, to J. Edward Davis Eyre
ALS, n.d., to Miss Garrett
ALS, 1888 June 29, to Lady Mount-Temple
Thanks her for a quotation useful in repeal of a law prohibiting marriage to "a deceased wife's sister".
TLS, 1899 Nov. 24, To M. P. Tormey
ALS, c. 1929 Jan 9, to Louise Worthington Boothe
ALS, 1871, Mar. 8, to "S...ter"
5 ALsS, 1954-1956, to Donald Brien
One letter contains a long critical evaluation of Gore Vidal as a writer.
ALS, n.d., and ANS, 1868 Apr. 18, to Miss Cottman
Discusses ease with which children learn language.
ALS, 1839 May 9, to Edward Carey
ALS, 1888 Oct. 15, to D.P. Burrett
TLS, 1918 Nov. 2, to Horace Traubel
ACS, 1954, TLS,  Oct. 17, to Donald Brien From the Library of Donald Brien
TLS,  Apr. 19, ALS,  Feb. 14, to Ann Denlinger Slater Gift of Ann Denlinger Slater '64
TLS, 1938 Feb. 15, to Robert M. Bartlett
"Besides my interest in birth control movement, I am now engaged myself as the director of compiling Japanese Women's Encyclopaedia". Writes of her experience as a liberal in Japan and of her arrest and detention in December 1937.
TLS, 1938 Nov. 20, to Thomas Larremore
3 ALsS, 1919 June 25, 1924 Dec. 31, 1948 Oct. 24, to Leroy Phillips
APC, 1980 Sept. 7, to James Tanis
ALS, 1931 May 10, to Commander Locker-Lampson Library Purchase
ALS, 1889 Aug. 28, to Katherine [Loring]
ALS, 1932 June 7, to Hope Emily Allen
TLS, 1953 Sept. 11, to Elizabeth S. Sergeant
ALS, 1858 Oct. 4, to Mrs. Rathbone
3 TLsS, 1933 Oct. 21; 1935 Oct. 17; 1936 Sept. 17, to Harry W. Zollars
ALS, 1911 Dec. 27, to " O Illustrious Friend and Joy of my Liver!"
2 ALsS, 1887 Nov. 30, to William Aldrich; 1890 Apr. 9, to Miss Aldrich
2 ALsS to Charles Jared Ingersoll
1824 Oct. 16
1824 Oct. 27
Both letters comment on his writings, which he had sent copies of to Jefferson. In the October 16 letter, Jefferson remarks, "But governments never improve otherwise than by revolution."
Gift of Mary Meigs '39
4 ALsS to Dr. David Hosack
1821 July 12
1823 Oct. 26
1823 Aug. 23
n.d. (fragment 8 x 20 cm)
Two of the letters are introductions of members of Jefferson's family to Dr. Hosack on the occasions of their visits to New York. The 1821 letter thanks him for a biography of Dr. Williamson and discusses a packet of seeds from the king's garden in Paris.
J. Hampton Barnes Collection
TLS, 1964 Dec. 2, to Katherine E. McBride (President of Bryn Mawr College)
"Your significant expression of continuing support and confindence in me is deeply appreciated..."
ACS, 1927 Jan. 22, to Marion Park
2 ALsS, 1936 July 9, Nov. 15, to Howard Weir
ALS, 1956 Oct. 23, to Gordon Craig
Correspondence, 1924-1925, with Kenneth Brightbill
ALS, 1976 Aug. 4, to Mr. Taylor
ALS, 1804, to ?
ALS, 1906 Nov. 5, to "Dear Sir"
TLS, 1946 Feb. 14, to Mrs. Gregory
ALS, 1853 Apr. 29, to "My Lord"
Letter, 1928 Jan. 5, to the New York Post Office
ANS, n.d., to W. G. Cowles
ALS, 1868, to W. Jerden
ALS, 1889 Sept. 14, to Mr. Smith
TL, 1959 Feb. 19, to Katheine Mc Bride (President of Bryn Mawr College)
From then-Senator Kennedy, thanking her for a message regarding the deletion of the loyalty oath provisions from the National Defense Education Act of 1958. Signed by a secretary.
TLS, 1973 Feb. 12, to Miss Alis TLS, 1963 Apr. 24, to Janet Agnew Library correspondence
2ALsS 1961 Mar. 2, March 26 to Isabelle Seltzer Fleck
1 ALS n.y Aug 20, to Mary Lehr
11ALsS to Isabelle Seltzer Fleck. 1964 Dec 18 to 1966 Aug 10
2 ACsS to Isabelle Fleck 1964 Dec 18 and 1966 Jul 23
TLS, 1964 Mar. 27, to Katherine McBride
Accepts invitation or deliver 1964 baccalaureate address at Bryn Mawr College.
TLS, 1918 Apr. 3, to Samuel Chew
"As far as I know Mr. Swinburne never took an interest in my verse." Agrees to have passages of his works quoted in Chew's book, but requires that they be identified so that he might "sanction" them.
Christmas card, signed with note, 
Letters, 1949-1954, to Margaret W. Plass
ALS, n.y. Oct. 28, to George Bird
Discussion of several accounts of cavalry actions in which sharpness of swordness played a part.
Typescript, signed, 1951 Dec. 12, to Davy Lawson "The Immortal Game"
TLS,  Mar. 6, APcS, 1956 Mar. 1, to Rosemond Tuve
TLS. 1965 Dec. 21, to Professor Zirkle
AL to Lacroix by ?
Correspondence, 1936-1937 with Helen Ferris Library purchase
ALS, 1834 Aug. 25, to J. H. Green
ALS, 1882 July 27, to Mr. Thompson
TLS, 1967 Jan. 8, to Gilbert and Janet Troxell
ALS, 1889, to Herbert Browne
ALS, 1853 Feb. 23, to Charles Landseer
Gives his opinion as to requirements for admission of engravers to the Royal Academy.
Ms Poem, to Frederick Locker, and reply, 1882 Jan. 14
Written on endpaper of XXII Ballades in Blue China, by A. Lang.
TLS (signed Lulu), 1968 August 8 to J. Hampton Barnes
ALS, 1931 Apr. 15, to Marion Edwards Park
"I shall not visit America again without asking you to let me come [back] to Bryn Mawr."
TLS to Mr. Bingham, invitation to tea
From the Papers of Marion E. Park
AMsS "Caricatures of the Regency"
ACS, c. 1958, to Marjorie Thompson
ACS, 1963 Mar. 24, to Donald Brien
ALS, 1924 July 19, to "Dear Sir"
Concerning receipt of 15 guineas subscription for The Seven Pillars of Wisdom, which Lawrence describes as "a quite private issue."
Gift of Jeannetta Jameson Chase '17
2 ALS (as T. E. Shaw), to Phoebe Brown
1924 Sept. 2. Remarks on her use of the name Lawrence: "It served its purpose in the war, and is dead. "Shaw" is short, and of equal authenticity. Indeed I chose first the one and then the other." Demanding that she have someone known to him write and tell him who she is, so that he will add her to the subscription list for The Seven Pillars of Wisdom. Describes the conditions under which it is being published. "If you want the book still, then please just polish up some one who knows me enough to write and tell me that you are rich, not a puritan, and spendthrifty ... and then I'll ask you to send a cheque to my bank. If all these precautions and warnings offend you, then so be it."
Gift of Phoebe Brown.
1925 Aug. 17. Continues the discussion of her subscription for the Seven Pillars. Does not demand, as before, that she submit references, only payment. Postscript reads: "Let me put it to you most strongly that your subscribing will be a deplorably silly act: one which your purse will regret for years."
Gift of Phoebe Brown.
ALS, 1844 Apr. 28, to T. G. Parry
ALS, n.d., to J. E. Gray
Removed from Illustrations of the Family of Psittacidae, or Parrots, by E. Lear.
Gift of Ethelinda Schaefer Castle
ANS, 1943 July 8, to Mrs. Henschel
ALS, 1679 May 11, to Lambertus van Vetthuysen
Explains for Utrecht doctor the effects of dampness on mold, a matter about which he had written earlier to the Royal Society.
ALS, n.d., to "Gertrude"
ALS, 1845 June 10, to "My Dear Sir"
Misc. Corr., 1870-1895
ALS, 1938 Jan. 11, to Donald Brien
Describes his physical and financial disasters.
ALS, 1927 Dec. 5, to Miss Park
3ALSs, 1942 Nov. 13-30, to George [Cornwallis-West]; in pessimistic wartime letters from Home Guard headquarters, describes condition of London.
ALS, 1922 April 6, to William Toynbee, in response to a letter fromToynbee on Leslie's work.
ALS, 1942 June 15, to Moncher Storrs, in respnse to a letter from Storrs on The Cantab, with some remarks by Leslei on the book.
Gift of Friends of the Library
ALS, 1925 Nov. 16, to Mr. Nichols
From Extracts from the Diaries and Correspondence of John Evelyn and Samuel Pepys, with notes by Howard C. Levis
ALS, [1871 Oct. 29], to John, Emily, and Eleanor Cross
George Eliot's husband describes household matters.
ALS, 1957 Feb. 11, to Beatrice Fox Griffith with AMs "Introduction to Letters to Young Churches," by J. B. Phillips
TLS, 1955 Oct. 8, to Mr. Garwood
ACS, 1927 Oct., to Lola Ridge
ALS, 1930 Jan. 14, to Thomas Wolfe
"I'm going to London in about two weeks. I'll hail you first thing. We'll settle the fate of the novel."
TLS, 1934 May 16, to John Cournos
Gift of the Friends of the Library, 1986
ALS, 1937 Dec. 4, to "Wolfe"
3 ALsS, 1821 Aug. 14, 24, and n.d., to "Mrs. Archdeacon"
Concerns memorial service for James Russell Lowell, and the impending marriage of Lincoln's daughter Mary.
ALS, 1919 Mar. 1, to Helen Taft Manning
TLS, 1932 Oct. 17, to J. R. Page
"... A congress without presidential leadership invariably goes wild, as anyone can see who will examine the record of the [Democratic crossed out and Republican inserted handwritten] House in Wilson's last two years."
Tipped in Interpretations, Walter Lippmann 1931-32, Allan Nevins, ed.
TLS, 1944 Mar. 15, to Lois Reed
Describes circumstances of the book auction for the Summer School for Women Workers in Iindustry held at Bryn Mawr in 1926. File contains list of authors who autographed their books and in some cases added letters.
ALS, 1890 Oct. 8, to Mrs. Wallace
States that no one has written an account of her work, and writes: "In every phase of work for woman, I have persistently toiled for her higher education ... in short for her legal equality."
AC, [1889 Aug.], to ?
ANS, 1982 May 8, to Librarian at BMC Library Correspondence
ALS, 1878 Apr. 10, to Mrs. Cohn
ALS, 1878 Dec. 22, to Mrs. Sherwood
TLS, 1953 Jan. 13, to Pauline Goldmark
TLS, 1921 Oct. 7, to W. Van R. Whitall.
Removed from Tendencies in Modern Poetry, by A. Lowell.
Chase Bequest, 1977
2 TLsS, 1924 Feb. 5, Mar. 7, to Marion Park
From the Papers of Marion Edwards Park
ALS, 1956 Nov. 8, to David Lawson
ALS, 1924 Mar. 18, to Marion Park
ALS, 1983 May 1, to Rulf Sauppe
ALS, 1798 June 25, to "Mary"
Representative of Massachusetts, in Congress at Philadelphia, gives an account of Mrs. Benjamin Rush's accident at Schuylkill River bridge with loss of the horse and carriage, and of her being saved from drowning by a young English nobleman accompanying her. "As to War...I much doubt, whether France will ever attempt to send an Army to land upon our Coast...
ALS, 1966 Jan. 5, to "Conway"
"The whole world knows that it is primarily through your efforts ... that I have gained an international reputation. [Translated from Russian]
TLS 1971 Sept. 5, to John Carter
TLS, 1899 Mar. 17, to Sylvie Scudder
TLS 1987 May 2 to Mabel L. Lang
Agrees that "Mrs. Keator" in her book How I Grew was probably the student who Lang knew at Bryn Mawr College.
ALS, 1870 Jan. 17, to William Redmond
TLS, 1894 Dec. 19, to Samuel W. Pennypacker
Recollects events in the Pennsylvania's Legislature in 1861, and quotes his speech of 1865, concerning the inability to have Democrats vote to support the defense of Fort Sumter, but despite this opposition, having Pennsylvania become the first state to appropriate funds for "defense of the Government ". "Slavery reckoned but too truly on the powers of the Democracy in this fearful conflict." as he wrote in his support of a constitutional amendment abolishing slavery.
ALS, 1886 Dec. 13, to "My Dear Sir"
AMS Forward to Lovat Fraser's Characters
AMS, Home out of Which America was Born
8 ALS, Dec. 1920-Dec. 1926, to Desmond Coke;
ALS, 1923 Nov. 17, to Christopher Millard
ANS, 1916 Nov., to Alan
Comments accompanying exchanges of books, on writers and the modern novel, on the importance of publicity on the appearance of a work, on the mid-1920's enthusiasm for his work by American critics and publishers, and the contrasting rejection by by British publishers.
ALS, 1914 Oct. 21, to Holbrook-Jackson
Tipped in to The "Nut" in War, by H. Macfall. Adelman Collection
ALS, 1937 Feb. 23, to Pauline Goldmark
ALS, n.y. Nov. 12, to Mr. Howell
Ms of talk given for Lucy Martin Donnelly
2 ALS, 1899 July 16, 17, to Sydney Cockerell
ALS, 1892 Nov. 24, to Ellenor Perrin
TLS, n.y. Apr. 14, to Samuel Chew
TLS, 1935 Dec. 27, to Artfront
TLS 1955 May 23, ACS 1925 April 21 to Emma Loines
ALS, 1886 Dec. 2, to W. R. Pearsall-Smith
ALS, 1829 May 28, to Dr. David Hosack J. Hampton Barnes Collection
ALS, 1823 Nov. 8, to Charles Jared Ingersoll
LS, 1831 Nov. 28, to Charles Jared Ingersoll
LS, 1835 Dec. 30, to Charles Jared Ingersoll
Letters on various written works by Ingersoll. In the 1823 letter, written in response to the gift of a copy of Ingersoll's Discourse Concerning the Influence of America on the Mind, reads in part "In testing the Tree of liberty by its fruits, you have shown how precious it ought to be held by those who enjoy the blessings. I wish the Discourse could be translated + circulated wherever the blessing is not enjoyed. Were the truths it contains in possession of every adult in Europe, the portentous league against the rights + happiness of the human race would be formidable only to its authors + abettors."
Gift of Mary Meigs
ALS, 1896 Oct. 22, to George W. Smith
ALS, 1922 Feb. 23, to "Cher Monsieur"
ALS 1918 Nov 19 to Peter Rinelli
Writing one week after the Armistice, describes prospect of returning home, and gives some account of his history and that of Verdun.
3 TLS, 1938-39, to Marion Park
ACS, n.y. July 13 to Gilbert Turner
TLS, 1929 Oct. 25, to Kennedy Williamson Photo
ALS, 1890 Dec. 25, to Mr. Costello
TLS, 1907 July 18, ALS, 1909 Mar. 19, to Frederick W. Gookin
An account of difficulties in preparation and publication of his catalogue of Whistler's etchings and dry-points.
ALS, 1952 Feb. 4, to "Emily"
ANS, n.y. Mar. 30, to [Elizabeth] Sergeant
Misc. Corr., 1959, with Mrs. Epes
ALS, 1778 March 18, to Count von Blumengen
Writes appovingly of his intention to introduce the Roboth-Abolition system and announces that she will send a councillor (Raab) to assist.
2 ALS, 1891 Sept. 14, 1901 Oct. 1, to "Cecil"
Discusses Fairfax lineage and mentions visit from Lord Fairfax.
2 ALS, c. 1900, to Sylvia Scudder
ALS, 1924 Dec. 2, to Christopher Millard
2 ALsS, 1857 Sept 14, 1871 May 5, to John D. Champlin
Part of a correspondence concerning efforts to trace history of Champlin family.
ALS, 1897 Aug. 10, to Copeland and Day Publishers
Letters are written to her uncle, brother-in-law, sister, and cousin from a boarding school in Lititz, Lancaster County.
ALS, 1930 May 29, to ?
TLS, 1930 Apr. 1, to Samuel Chew Photograph
Misc. Corr, 1951-1966, with BMC Library
ALS, 1892 Aug. 30, to Mr. Goldmark
Ephemera collected by Merrill's father, including obituaries, reviews, photographs and copies of a Rudyard Kipling letter of condolence.
ALS, 1926 Aug. 30, to Sydney [Cockerill?]
Typed notes for an unidentified speech
Corr., c. 1900-1922, with Samuel Chew, Henry Newbold, etc., concerning poem.
Ms and proof w/ corrections "Modern Mother"
ALS, 1929 Oct. 15, to Beatrice Rogers
Removed from A Girl Adoring, by V. Meynell.
ALS, 1947 May 18, to Lester Roberts
Purchased from Lester Roberts APcs, 1954 Dec.2 to Ruth Forbes Eliot
Removed from Francis Thompson and Wilfrid Meynell, by V. Meynell.
Gift of William A. Forbes
8 ALsS, 1921-1936, to Samuel C. and Lucy E. Chew
2 ALsS, c. 1900, to Sir Henry Newbolt
Gift of Samuel Claggett Chew
2 ALsS, n.d. to Alfred Pollard and Mr. Hole
Tipped into Shelly, by Francis Thompson.
5 ALsS, 1929 Mar. 16-Apr. 20, to [Mrs. Gideon Boericke]
Telegram, 1936 Jan. 6 to Margaret Gilman
TLS, 1936 Feb. 18, to Margaret Gilman
Concerning Baudelaire's "Les Litanies de Satan", with her translation of the poem.
Typescript initialed by Millay.
ANS, 1975 Mar. 28, to Pamela Reilly
AMsS, 1875 Aug. 11, "To Miss Grace Bigelow on her birthday".
TLS, 1946 Jan. 6, to Mrs. William Tate Barlow
TLS, 1937 Jan. 22, to S. Bayne-Jones
2 ALsS, 2 Cards signed, 1948-1949, to Mrs. Hand
ALS, n.y. Sept 28, to Miss Toulmin? Smith
ALS, 1919 Dec. 22, to Dear Sir
A long summation in defense of his literary career.
ALS,  Aug. 19, to Mrs. Gaus
6 ALsS, 1878-1879, to Emily Talbot
Discusses membership in Social Science Association, lectures for women in Poughkeepsie, thoughts on education of women. In letter dated 1878 Jan 19, congratulates Talbot on effort to endow a professorship for a woman at Boston University, urges that women work "in earnest" for the education of women. One letter is partial; the first pages are lost.
2 ANsS, 1907 Mar. 30, to Dear Sir, n.y. Mar 21, to Dr. McQuillen
ALS, 1854 July 12, to W.C. Bennett
APcS, 1917 Apr. 24, to Claude Lovat Fraser
Presentation copy to Lovet Fraser, who illustrated the cover.
ACS, 1936, APcS, 1936 Feb. 11, to Mr. T. A. Larrimore
"Certainly quote what I said, and may it impress the Bryn Mawr English Department."
Removed from the Passing Show, by H. Monroe.
Library purchase, 1978
ACS, 1920 Apr. 20, to Evelyn Page
From the papers of Evelyn Page, University of Pennsylvania
ALS, 1891 July 10, to "Monsier et cher pere" [the pastor of Jura parrish]
A note appended to a copy of his 1891 history of the Jura parish: a letter addressed to the current pastor, describing transformation of the parish by Reformation.
ANS, 1976 July 5, to Jeanne Maurin
TLS, 1929 May 29, to Milton J. Lesser
APS, 1954 July 23, TLS, 1954 Sept. 18, 28, ALS 1954 Sept. 25, to Elma Loines
AMs "The Fight" printed in 1921 July 9, The Weekly Review
Misc. Correspondence, 1926-1949 (7 pieces)
Includes letter to Fkirence Hitchcock signed "Socrates", his nom de plume for the Philadelphia Public Ledger.
ALS, n.d., to James ? Library purchase, 1989
6 ALsS, 1923 May 31-July 3, to John Cournos Library purchase, 1987
TLS, 1963 Oct. 7, to Rosemond Tuve
ALS, 1917 Jan. 8, to Miss Peirce
Morris, William, 1834-1896
AMs written for the Daily Chronicle, 1895 May 9 Edited by Sydney C. Cockerell
ALS, 1864 Aug. 3, to John Foster Kirk
ACS, 1881 Month(?)
ALS, n.d., to Miss Sparhawk
ALS, 1854 Apr. 24
ALS, 1949 Dec. to Mr. Earp
Typescript "Earp the poet",signed
Humorous letter accompanying "the quickest verse I ever wrote" showing the power of rhyme.
ALS, 1973 Nov. 6, to Harris Wofford
She would be pleased to come to Bryn Mawr at the later date suggested.
TLS, 1936 Feb. 1, to Mrs. Flexner
TLS, 1923 Oct. 11, to Marion Edwards Park
TLS, ALS, 1913, to Mr. Corry
TLS, 1942 Oct. 30, to M. E. Herr
ALS, 1946 Feb. 26, to Mrs. Thompson
ALS, n.d., to Elma Loines
Reminisces about Russel Loines and his friendship with Rupert Brooke.
2 PCs, 1932 Oct. 28, to Grasberger Galleries,n.y. Sept. 8, to G. Leon Boericke
TLS, 1936 May 18, to Lucy Donnelly
ALS, 1877 Mar. 10, to F. J. Furnival
ALS, 1966 May 12, to John Cournos
ALS, n.d., Sunday, to Mr. Buckner
TLS, 1901 Nov. 20, to Mr. Scudder
ALS, 1902 Jan. 21, to Miss Scudder
ALS, 1905 Apr. 22, to Mr. Garrison
2 ALsS, 1947 Feb. 8 and Jun. 24, to Helen Juneman
ANS, 1971 Oct. 16, to Harris and Clare Wofford
ALS, 1893 Jan. 3, to Lucy Clifford
Records her objections to women's literature being called "women's work."
ALS, [1889?] Mar. 31, to Lady Castleton
2 ANsS, 1967 Nov. 4, Dec. 16, to Delores Brien
ALS, 1934 June 8, to Eva Gough
ALS, [May 1909], to Louise [Carey Rosett '08?]
Counsels her on health and suggests a remedy other than study: "to look after some man."
ALS, n.d., to "Dear Lee"
Typescript of 1988 Commencement speech at BMC
ALS, 1800 May 19, to "Signor Cambiagi"
Writes with news of the wars of Napoleon: "In Italy it seems that things are going well for the Allies. It is not so on the Rhine." Describes assassination attempt on the life of George III.
ALS, 1937 Nov. 20, to Marion E. Park
Writes of pleasure of his reception at Bryn Mawr College on the occasion of his lectures there.
ALS, 1962 Sept. 30, to Marion Coffin Canaday
On receiving gift of clay porcupine and poem from Mrs. Canaday, she writes: "Thank you for the porcupine/ who's now my favorite pet/ I've never had him once decline/ to light my cigarette."
ALS, 1934 Feb. 17, to "Herr Doktor"
ALS, 1933 Feb. 1, to "Dear Saint" with Ms. poem
ALS, 1849 Apr. 9, to Lydia Maria Child, with photo
ALS, 1856 May 14, to "Miss Cobbe"
TNS, 1913 Jan. 8, to Espen-Lucas Machine Works
ANS on verso of bookplate of Edward Jardis Lines advocating simplicity of expression.
ALS, [c. 1896], to Lord Balfour regarding F. Thompson
Replies to request from Balfour for his opinion on the artistic merits of Francis Thompson, saying that "nothing since Coleridge and Keats strikes me as showing as much genius."
2 ALsS, 1838 Nov. 30, 1839 Mar. 16 to Mr. Talfourd, MP
TLS, 1939 Dec. 15
ALS, 1881 Sept. 27, 1872 Feb. 23, to Flora Lowry
ALS, n.d., Mr. Jones
TLS, 1959 Feb. 20, to Mrs. W. Perry Epes
Promises to write an article for the Anniversary issue of the Alumnae Bulletin. Includes typescript "Determination of our Future Course" and three carbons of letters from Mrs. Epes.
ALS, 1911 Dec. 24, to Mr. Drineka (Harpers Magazine)
ALS, 1853 Jan. 14, to "Monsieur"
Correspondence: 5 ALS, 1915-16, to Mr. Evans
ALS, 1934 July 5, to Mr. Thorpe
ALS, 1914 Mar. 28, to "Dear Sir"
ALS, 1924 Aug. 8, to Rainforth Armitage Walker
ALS on verso of Christmas Card, 1947 Dec. 25, to Augustus N. Hand
TLS, 1949 May 20, to Emily Cross
Recommends that she read first installment of Eleanor Roosevelt's "This I Remember" in McCall's.
TLS 1941 Dec. 4, to Katherine McBride
Congratulates her on her election to presidency of Bryn Mawr College.
ALS, 1959 Feb. 7, to Marion E. Park
"Your College has remained way ahead of all women's colleges in this country."
ALS, 1935 Feb. 27, to Margaret Gregson
ALS, 1957 Dec. 25, to Margaret Gilman
ALS, 1903 June 29, to Mr. Aiken?
ANS, 1903 June 27, to Mr. Norcross
TNS, 1939 Oct. 20, to Emily Cross
ALS, 1932 June 10, to "My Dear Parker"
ALS, 1806 Apr. 23, to "My Dear Miss Francis"
ANS, 1907 Oct. 15, to Grant Richards
ACS, 1886 Jan. 22, to R. Pearsall Smith
ALS 1913 Sept 15 to "Dear Pollard"
ANS, 1931 July 19, to Logan
2 ALsS, 1816 Dec. 22, n.y. Dec., to Sarah Bartley
4 ALsS, 6 PCsS, 1950-1957, to Mario Maurin
4 TLsS, annotated, 1933-34, to Bryn Mawr College student Sarah Perkins Cope
"I have been trying for years to kill off the ancient system of concealing poetry from the young…" Comments on T.S. Eliot and suggests readings.
2 TLsS, 1957 Jan. 5, Jan. 8, to Greville Haslam
ALS, n.y. May 31, to Miss Croumoulin?
3 ALsS, n.y. Feb. 6, Feb. 13, Aug. 6, to Col. T. Bigelow Lawrence
ALS, [c. 1870] Oct. 27, to N. E. Scudder
Tipped into Old Song and New, by M. Preston.
Correspondence to him, 1927-28, re: The One Book
TLS, 1925 Nov. 9, to "Jacquelyn"
ALS, n.d., to "Sir"
ALS, 1895 Dec. 30, to Robert de Montesquiou
ALS, 1926 July 12, to Augustus Hand
Signed, dated 1939 Apr. 5, typescript of poem "Owed to a Bust" glued to verso of photo of a bust of himself
ALS, 1926 Mar. 2, to W. G. Harding
In an apparently mock-informative letter, objects to mispronunciation of his name.
ALS, 1916 May 19, to Mr. Ellis
Adelman Fund, 1990
ALS, 1934 June 7, to George Sutcliffe
Original drawing for the Compleat Angler.
Adelman Fund, 1989
ALS, 1924 Jan. 6, to "Dear Sir"
4 ALsS, 1940-41, to Donald Brien
ALS, 1894 June 5, to Thorpe
ALS, [189-] July 24, to Mr. Heinrick
2 ALsS, 1917 Nov. 19, 1919 Dec. 16 to Miss Farr
TLS, 1938 Dec. 1, to Mary Terrien
Printed commemorative invitation to 1981 inauguration: n.d.
ALS, 1930 Jan. 29, to [Pauline?] Goldmark
ALS, n.d., to "Cher Monsieur"
Mounted in Les Médailles d'Argile: Poèms, by H. de Régnier.
ALS, n.d., to "Mon cher ami"
Mounted in La Cité des Eaux, by H. de Régnier.
ALS, 1878 June 14, to Charles Warren Stoddard
ALS, 1906 Oct. 28, to Maud Skinner
6 ALsS, 1896, to Sylvia Scudder
Removed from the scrapbook of Syvia Scudder Bowditch '33.
Correspondence, 1899, with Edwin G. Dreer
Gift of Friends of the Library, 1978
ALS, 1893 Aug. 18, to Mrs. Kirkbride
TLS, 1975 Jan. 28, to Michelle Osborn
1 ALS, 3 TLS, 1927-1929, to Dennis Wheatly
2 ALS, 1976 Sept. 22 and 23, to Robert Burlin
Gift of Robert Burlin, 20 May 1966
ALS, 1936 Apr. 6, to Samuel Chew
Gift of Samuel Claggett Chew
ANS, [c. 1934], to H. G. [Wells]
2 ANsS, ALS, 2 TLsS, 2APcS,1945-1947, to Evelyn Conners
TLS, 1959 Apr. 29, to Mrs. Epes
ALS, 1888 Sept. 23, to Johnson, an editor
"I want to do some great universal good. My hats in fact, don't fit my ideas, I think, so well as my head...But you've encouraged me.....
ANS, 1926 Apr. 19, to Mary Litchfield
TLS, 1968 July 11, to Baldwin Maull
Tipped into Unity, Freedom and Peace, by N. Rockefeller.
ALS, 1834 Nov. 21, to James Barron
Notifies commandant of Philadelphia Navy Yard to send requistions for "ship chandlery, ironmongry and paints and oils" for the year 1835.
ALS, 1900 Nov. 22, to Mr. Way
2 ALsS, 1838 Dec. 26, n.d., to Mr. Spring Rice ALS, n.d., to Lord Mounteagle
Corr., 1959, to Isota Epes
TLS, 1928 Sept. 24, to Caroline Slade
TLS to Mr. Schweitzer 1956 Nov.13
Approves of Israel's action in self-defense, and strongly criticizes U.S. leadership.
2 TLsS, 1946 Jan. 19 and 1950 Aug. 1, to Angeline Lograsso
with envelope including her widow's frank: "Anna Eleanor Roosevelt"
Comments on colonialism, the sequence in which Communism succeeds Fascism, and the similarity in American and Russian political conduct in pursuit of delaying war long enough for preparations to be made.
From the papers of Angeline Lograsso, Oct. 1995
TNS, 1945 Aug. 17, to Katherine Woods
TNS, 1953 May 9, to Mrs. Horace L. Freiss
TLS, 1933 Apr. 19, to Charles J. Rhoads
Accepting Rhoads' resignation as Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
ALS, n.y., to Eleanor [Roosevelt]
A letter of sympathy on the death of Eleanor's mother.
TLS, 1898 Feb. 11, to J. M. Goodell
Written when Roosevelt was Assistant Secretary of the Navy, in response to an editorial written by Goodell for the Engineering Record.
Gift of the Bryn Mawr Club of Southern California
TLS, 1899 April 22. 11, to Rev. Thomas Slicer
Urging Slicer to attend a meeting to dicuss labor matters.
TLS, 1904 April 12, to N. P. Gilman. With envelope.
TLS, 1906 Aug. 4, to L.S. Rowe
TNS, 1926 May 13, to Miss Litchfield
Fragment of a letter from Rose, a Union Army soldier, with letters from two other, unidentified soldiers to their wives, describing health and the movement of troops.
ANS, 1861 or 62, to Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Removed from the Castle copy of The Germ
ALS, n.d, to [Ford Madox?] Brown
ALS, 30 March 1886, to William Edwards Davenport
ANS, 1965 Feb. 5, to David Paramor
8 APcsS, 2 ALS, 1931, to Phillip Guedalla
ConcernIng Guedalla's sitting for a portrait.
TLS, 1910 Oct. 17, to Fannie Teller
6 ALsS, 1955-1958, to Boies Penrose
ALS, 1894 Oct. 1, to Mr. Gilman
ANS, n.d. to "Booth"
ALS, 1911 June 6, to Margaret Shearman
ANS to Bryn Mawr College Alumni Office, 1947 to her class
A biographical note relating her life in London; mentions the Roosevelts, BMC, the Marshall Plan, and her friend Walt Whitman.
ALS, 1936 Apr. 18, to Lucy Donnelly
ALS, 1943 Oct. 2, to Katherine McBride
ALS, 1952 Dec. 2, to Marion Park
TLS, 1959 Apr. 24, to Isota Epes
ALS, 1927 Dec. 13, TLS,1928 Feb. 6, to Marion Park
From the Papers of Marion Edwards Park
ALS, 1916 Oct. 8, to "Austin"
Regretfully declines --"at least till after the war" -- a request to do drawings for Austin poems, announcing that he is to become an infantry officer.
TLS, 1944 May 21, to Logan Fox
AMsS,"Francesca and Paolo"
ALS, 1864 Dec. 20, to J. Russell Smith
ANS, 1941 Feb. 18, to Emily Cross
2 ALsS, 1854 Oct. 14, 30, to Henry Penington
TLS, 1956 Sept. 27, to David Bonnell Green
ALS, 1903 Oct. 12, to M. Bacon (photocopies in file)
Discussing proportions of a proposed Parnell monument. Includes sketch.
Tipped in The Reminiscenses of August Saint-Gaudens.
2 ALsS, 1921 Oct. 14, 17, to Samuel Chew
ALS, 1928 Dec. 8, to Marion Edwards Park
ANS, n.d., to Dr. Morgan
ALS, n.d., to Albert Grzymala
ALS, 1907 Jan. 14, to Mr. Young
Typescript poem signed (initials), 1953 Christmas, "On Being Given time
AMs, "What Hope for Poetry"
AMs, "The Effect," "Trench Duty"
Adelman Fund, 1995
ANS, 1950 June 8, to C. H. W.
Removed from Memoirs of an Infantry Officer, by S. Sassoon.
From the Collection of K. Garth Huston, Sr.
AMs, "He begins to doubt their authenticity"
Receipt for 10 shillings for the W. B. Yeats Birthday Preservation Fund, 1935 May 11.
Tipped in to The Winding Stair and Other Poems, by W. B. Yeats.
TLS, 1949 June 22, to Augustus Hand
3 ALsS, 1874-75, to John M. Francis
ALS, n.d., to Miss Smith
ALS, 1904 Sept. 30, to V. M. Blaisdell
ALS, 1820 Sept. 8, to "Sir"
AMs, Sermon, 1772 Nov. 5
ALS, 1893 Sept 16 to: Reginald Smith Complaint and regret for Gladstone as "destroyer of the British Constitution and of the churches of the United Kingdom."
2 ALsS, 1937 Oct. 9, Dec. 21, to Virginia Grace
Seton, Ernest Thompson, 1860-1946
2 TLsS, 1930 Feb. 26 and May 5, to Lillian Trask Clark
ALS, 1807 Dec. 24, to L. L. Philips
A letter decrying "Britains's lust of war and her incendiarism in Europe" as "cause of the Gallic despot's triumphs..."
2 ALsS, 1878 Jan. 4, to H. M. Allen; 1885 Feb. 27 to Miss ?
TLS, 1941 Dec. 3, to Katherine McBride
ALS, 1889 July 16, to "Dear Sir"
Advises against a new publishing venture, with extensive details on the publishing business.
TLS, 1917 December 20, to M.Carey Thomas
Criticizes inaction of Pennsylvania citizens in regards to women's suffrage; urges Thomas to contact Mrs. Stotesbury and Mrs. DuPuy, or to take other useful steps.
ALS, 1893 May 17, to ?
ALS, 1924 Apr. 22, to J. C. Hoppin
ALS, 1890 Nov. 14, to Thomas Bailey Aldrich
2TLsS, 1922 May 12; 1923 Mar 22 to Mr. Felix
The 1922 letter discusses Shields' purchase of the day before of a stock of approximately 700 sheets of various sizes of 18th century paper, on which he hoped to have printed a small run of 'Morley's "An Apology for Boccaccio"' - presumably part of the text of Morley's translation of the De mulieribus claris. Shields had consulted with A. Edward Newton, and, at his recommendation, with Julius Weyl of the printers Stern Co., but found the price that Weyl quoted too high. He says that he was going to consult "a man ... who has a hand press," hoping 2TLsS, 1922 May 12; 1923 Mar 22 to Mr. Felix that a smaller firm would work cheaper. In the 1923 letter, he discusses a copy of "Evelyn Hope" which he is sending, with notes on how it should be bound. He also discusses the illumination of the volume, and asks Felix for his opinion about the initials and alterations to them.
ALS, 1839 Dec. 24, to Carey and Hart, Publishers
2 ALsS, 1938 Aug. 10, 12, to Laurence Housman
Quotes Queen Victoria's letter and observations on Melbourne and Wellington, and writes that "she was not naturally a prude at all:, but that her husband Prince Albert "had set his stamp on the Queen in some ways, especially after his death."
TLS, 1956 Apr. 20, to Baldwin Springer Maull
Manuscripts and typescripts of "In spring" along with fair copy and printed final states, 1931
Misc. ephemera, cards, correspondence
2 ALsS, n.y. Mar. 14, Oct. 27, to Paul Leicester Ford
TL, 1972 Dec. 7, to Alice Hoffman
ALS, 1936 Mar. 28, to Lucy Donnelly
ALS, 1911 Apr. 14, to Mr. Morgan
ALS, 1882 Sept. 30, to Thomas Irwin
ALS, 1920 June 11, to George Holbrook
Misc notes, correspondence to S.
AMs "The Battle of Blenheim"
ALS, 1802 Oct. 5, to George Dyer
ANS, 1882 Oct. 18, to Mrs. Cross
Laid into Facts and Comments, by H. Spencer.
ALS, 1936 Apr. 29, to Lucy Donnelly
6 ALsS, c. 1844, to Herman Sauppe
ALS, 1866 Nov. 30, to Henry Sumner
ALS, n.y. Jan. 8, to Mrs. Botta
ALS, 1921 Nov. 10 to Mr. Whitall
ALS, 1927 Jan. 13, to "Dear ?"
ANS, 1901 Jan. 29, to Mr. Chatto and Mr. Winders
3 ALsS, n.y. May 1, 17, and June 5, to Mrs. Smith
ALS, 1938 Oct. 26, to Miss Schenck
ALS, n.d., to George Platt Lynes
AMs to George Platt Lynes
Extract from How to Write, on endpapers of Morceaux Choisis de la Fabrication des Americains, ed. de la Montaigne.
ALS, 1913 Apr. 6, to Harold Monro
Proof of poem "A Tune on a Reed", ALS 1913 Oct. 24 to Harold Monro
Proof tipped into and letter removed from The Song of Honour, By Ralph Hodgson
ALS, 1927 Oct. 2, to Mrs. Stephen Loines
5 ALsS, 1899 Mar.-May, to Sylvia Scudder
TNS, 1952 Dec. 16, to Miss Goldmark
ALS, 1872 Sept. 27, to "Dear Tennant"
ALS, 1934 Dec. 24, to Spencer Van Buren Nichols
ALS, 1887 June 3, to H. Buxton Forman
2 TLsS, 1970 Aug. 18, 1971 June 12, to Leah Furtmüller
ALS, n.d., to Florence Bruin
ALS, 1920 Oct. 5, to Major Castle
ALS, n.d., to Mrs. Craufurd
ALS, 1868 Feb. 11, to Mr. Crossly
ALS, n.d., to Mrs. Thompson
AMs "To the moss rose"
Corrected proof for chapter VII "Elizabeth."
ANS, 1903 Sept. 1, to "Dear Madam"
ALS, n.y. May 2, to Samuel Chew
ANS, 1895 Feb. 4, to H. E. Scudder
Laid into Poems, by J. Tabb.
TLS, 1919 Nov. 5, to Helen Taft, Acting President of Bryn Mawr College
"My dear Miss Taft: I shall be glad to be on the national advisory committee of Bryn Mawr in its campaign for an endowment..." Adds in his own hand, "Helen, is this formal enough, Papa."
From the papers of the Undergraduate Dean's office HBD Helen Taft Manning
ALS, 1923 March 14, to Ruth P. McAneny '23
In response to McAneny's request as editor of the BMC class yearbook that he write an appreciation of his daughter, then a popular history teacher at the College. In the letter he wittily expounds on the reasons he should be excused from the task. McAneny published the response in any case, under the title "My Daughter, Oh My daughter."
TLS (and envelope) 1926 May 18, to Dorothy H. Litchfield
TLS, 1945 Mar. 17, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis
ALS, 1920 Mar. 26, to Mrs. Arthur P. Clapp
Responding to Liberty Queen's ware describes and origins and success of raising funds for war relief work through the manufacture and sale of "patriotic china"
ALS, 1871 May 15, to Alexander Macmillan
4 ALsS, ALC, telegram, 1912-1917, to Laurence J. Gomme
Adelman Fund, 1989
ALS, 1930 Apr. 15, to Graeme Lorimer
Adelman Fund, 1987
ALS, 1890 Jan. 31, to ? Translation by Prof. Dan Davidson
Writes to a wealthy philanthropic woman requesting a one thousand dollar donation to a hospital.
ALS, 1855 Jan. 11, to John Simeon [Note, 1884 Jan. 11, to Alice Goodwin, in the hand of his wife or son]
ALS, 1853 Aug. 9, to Mrs. Bancroft
ANS, 1878 Nov. 2, to Mrs. Pearson
ANS, 1882 May 27, to Mrs. Dickenson
ALS, 1901 Apr. 25, to Horace E. Scudder
ALS, 1858 Jan 17, to "Dear Sir"
Laid in Summary of Statements and Arguments Submitted to the President of the Board of Control. . ., by W. Theobald.
LS, 1778 Mar. 18, to Count Von Blümegen
AMsS, "And I'm quite sure that I can cure"
TLS, 1921 Nov. 3, to Samuel C. Chew
ALS, 1905 Nov. 7, to Violet Oakley
(Letter in very poor condition due to water damage)
Thanks Oakley for sketch of Penn, which Thomas plans to hang in the "new" college library.
ALsS, [1905 July 8, Aug. 11], to Everard Meynell
ALS 1912 April 1, to Mrs. Ellis Thompson
Account of visit to the White House by a Bryn Mawr College friend of President Taft's daughter Helen.
TLS, 1959 Aug. 10, to Wylie G. Borum
3 ALsS, 1855 Feb. 20, n.d. to Robert J. Burbank
5 ALsS, 1918, 1924, to R. Barrett
ALS, 1928 Nov. 5, to Marion Edward Park
TLS, 1899 June 27, to Mrs. S. Corbett
AMs "Civilisations and their Encounters: the Significance of the Subject" First Flexner Lecture, 1947
Gift of A. Toynbee
Misc. Corr. with Mrs. Epes, Mrs. Slade, Lily Ross Taylor, Craig Huston
To Lily Ross Taylor
Acknowledges his indebtedness to her work, discusses articles and reprints she has sent him, and his own book To Craig Huston
"Our Western history took an unfortunate turn when we substituted pursuit of happiness for pursuit of salvation as a paramount aim in life."
ALS, 1940 June 22, to Christina Garrett Description of wartime life and work in England, anticipating invasion.
ALS, 1915 Dec. 10, to Edward J. Abbott
2 ALsS, 1900 June 28, July 21, to Charles Scribner
ALS, 1873 May 10, to Mr. Ibister
ANS, n.d., to "Dear Howie"
TLS, 1954 May 25, to Mrs. Allen Wardwell
ALS, 1937 Dec. 1, to Ilo Orleans
Comments on favorable reviews of his book on Heine.
Typescript signed, "Robert Frost 41 Louis Untermeyer 29"
Adelman Fund, 1991
TLS, 1923 July 17, to Katharine Clay Buckout with AMS "A Wayfaring Song" Gift of the Class of 1912, 1991
ALS, 1899 Nov. 25, to Charles Scribner Removed from Fisherman's Luck, by H. Van Dyke
TNS, 1926 May 4, to Mrs. Litchfield
ALS, 1912 Mar. 8, to Charles Rice
Removed from Doubt and Other Things, by E. Vedder
AMsS "L'art poétique ad hoc" Bound into Invectives, by P. Verlaine
TLS, 1972 Nov. 12, to Karl E. Meyer
ALS, 1937 Dec. 1, to Ilo Orleans
Comments on favorable reviews of his book on Heine . Removed from Poems of Heinrich Heine
Typescript signed," Robert Frost 41 Louis Untermeyer 29"
TLS, 1923 July 17, to Katharine Clay Buckout with AMS "A Wayfaring Song"
Gift of the Class of 1912, 1991
ALS, 1899 Nov. 25, to Charles Scribner
Removed from Fisherman's Luck, by H. Van Dyke.
TNS, 1926 May 4, to Mrs. Litchfield
ALS, 1912 Mar. 8, to Charles Rice
AMsS "L'art poétique ad hoc" Bound into Invectives, by P. Verlaine
TLS, 1972 Nov. 12, to Karl E. Meyer
ANS, 1877 Feb. 8, to unidentified person
ALS, [1934 Nov. 4,] to Margaret Gregson
Describes her tour of the U.S., and writes of the addition of "nice sketches to my collection."
ANS, n.d., to "My dear Cornwell"
ALS,  Apr. 11, to Rev. H. T. Payne
Concerns his work "Travels in various countries of the East," a recently excavated Greek inscription, and one found in a pyramid
ANS, n.d., to unidentified person
ALS, 1888 Oct. 10, to John Eliot Bowen
ALS, 1888 Nov. 30, to unidentified woman
ALS, 1892 June 2, to Bishop Copelston
2 ALsS, 1903 Oct. 10, 1904 Apr. 7, to Madame Blanc-Bentzon
ALS, n.y. May 25, to Mr. Olcott, with single fragmentary Ms leaves from her books
ALS 1876, May 16 to "Mr. Peterson"
ALS, TLS 1944, April 18, May 10 to Janet Agnew.
Tells of offer to "Red" (her husband, Robert Penn Warren) of Chair of Poetry at Library of Congress
APcS, 1912 Oct. 29, to Henry James, signed "EPW"
4 ALsS, 1947-1955, to Janet Agnew
ALS, 1902 June 7, to S. B. Herrick
ALS, 1929 Mar. 27, to Lois A. Reed
Sends a copy of his English Poor Law History to the Bryn Mawr College Library and requests $8.00.
TLS, 1963 Jan. 22, to [Edith Melcher'23] with ACS, n.d.
ALS, 1915 Dec. 2, to Mr. Hart
4 TLsS, Sept. 1946-Apr. 1949, to Angeline Lograsso
2 ALsS, 1920 Oct. 26 and Nov. 8, to Professor Holloway
Adelman Fund, 1994
ANS, 1926 Apr. 18, to Dorothy Litchfield
2 TNsS, 1932 Mar. 3; 1941 Jan. 3, to Hope Emily Allen
11 ALsS & TLsS, 1958-1959 and undated, to Bettina Linn
Letters anticipating and following her teaching in fall semester, 1958, at BMC; later notes to "Benjy."
Letters, 1959, to Isota Epes
Refers to contributions to BMC Alumnae Bulletin and states that she cannot promise "any piece of writing" for the Anniversary Issue.
Folder also contains carbons of letters from Epes to Welty.
AMs essay, signed and corrected in her hand, for Bryn Mawr College Centennial volume
Photocopy of letter to Margaret Holley, BMC, accompanying the MS.
2 ALsS, 1966 Mar. 15, May-, to Katherine McBride
Responding to news that she had received the Thomas award from BMC. A letter following the ceremony.
ALS, 1958 Nov. 19, to Jane Yateman Savage
"Thank you again for the lovely occasion yesterday…how good and generous Bryn Mawr has been to me I'll never be able to say well enough."
ANS, 1980 Apr. 8, to Bryn Mawr Library
Savage letter Gift of Jane Yateman Savage '52
TLS, 1963 Aug. 10, 2 CS, n.d., to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wolf with photo of Temple of Concord taken by R. West and other miscellany
ALS, 1893 Nov. 4, to Robert Pearsall Smith
ALS, 1928 Nov. 11, to Charlotte Martin
TLS, 1905 May 13, to Albert J. Edmunds
ALS, 1906 Sept. 30, to Miss Field
ALS, 1907 May 1, to "David and Amy"
TNS, 1926 Apr. 16, to Dorothy Litchfield
TNS, 1940 May 25, to Emily Cross
ALS, 1936 Apr. 29, to Mrs. Borie
Regrets he cannot attend the dinner for Lucy Martin Donnelly. "She has indeed a rare personality…."
ALS, 1891 Sept. 21, to Houghton and Mifflin
ALS, n.y., no addressee
ALS, 1885 Sept. 15, to John Biddle Garrett
Declining for reasons of health an invitation to participate in the inaugural ceremonies of Bryn Mawr College
Misc. Correspondence to "my dear friend," William Hayes Ward, and the Houghton Mifflin Co., and Ms. poems
TLS, 1929 Apr. 19, to H. E. Smith
ALsS, PCsS, 1899-1909, to Mrs. Streamer
2 ALS, 1950 Jan. 27 and Feb. 5, to Margaret Gilman
Discusses his lecture, "Aids towards Dating the Earlier Plays of Lope De Vega," to be given at BMC.
ALS, 1900 Sept. 21 to Horace E. Scudder
ALS, 1897 Mar. 4, to Elbert Hubbard
Tipped into The Beautiful Life of Frances E. Willard, by Anna A. Gordon.
TLS, 1940 Dec. 5, to Caroline McCormick Slade
Thanks for her work on his behalf in the Presidential campaign of 1940.
ALS, 1943 Aug. 25, to Margaret Gregson
1848 Apr. 20, to Frederic W. Porter along with advertisement for the seminary
ALS, 1929 Jan. 11, to Fannie E. Teller
ALS, 1894 Dec. 28, to William A. Gordon
ALS, 1895 Jan. 24, to Mrs. W. H. Brooks
AMs, "The woman student and the war"
Discussion of the many kinds of volunteer war work done by American women's college students and alumnae—particularly BMC.
2 ALsS, 1944 Feb. 20 and May 3, to Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Wolfe
ALS, 1914 Jan. 3, to Mrs. Thomas Bailey Aldrich
ALS, 1871 Sept. 1, to unknown man on back page of pamphlet "The Correspondence between the Victoria League and Victoria C. Woodhull"
ANS, 1938 Dec. 25, to L. Binyon
ANS, 1956 Oct. 31, to D. B. Green
ALS, 1852 Sept. 6 and Nov. 26, to Henry Reed
1852 letter replies to a "very touching letter" from Reed, expresses sympathy for like experience of loss and guarded support for a plan to memorialize her recently-deceased husband.
Also a page in Reed's hand containing inventory of WW's letters and copy of a dedication.
ALS, 1844 Dec. 21, to unknown man
Expresses sympathy for some violence his correspondent has suffered. "This detestable action will at all events have called out the sound feelings of your friends and supporters toward you…."
ALS, 1904 Dec. 15, to Mr. Richie
ALS, 1906 Nov. 9, to Robert Ellis Thompson
6 ALS, 1896-97, to Tirzah Nichols
ACS, n.y. Dec. 25, to Rosamond Tuve
2 ALS, n.d., to unknown
APcS, 1954 Nov. 4, to Dr. and Mrs. Walter Michels