Item Details

Papers of William and Helen Tufts Bailie [manuscript] 1906-1912.

Format
Manuscript/Archive
Language
English
Variant Title
William and Helen Tufts Bailie papers
Summary
The collection contains three letters, 1906-1908, William Bailie to the Reverend Levi M. Powers, one letter fragment, 1912, Helen Tufts Bailie to Powers, and a page from Publishers Weekly, 1906 April 28, containing a biographical sketch of Josiah Warren taken from Bailie's book.
In the letters William Bailie comments that he enjoyed a sermon on success by Powers, sends him a copy of his book on Josiah Warren, invites him to a meeting of the Boston Whitman fellowship, briefly mentions Sidney Morse and William Morris, and asks Powers to perform his marriage to Helen Tufts.
In a letter fragment Helen Tufts Bailie gives Powers instructions to their residence in London.
Description
5 items.
Cite as
William and Helen Tufts Bailie papers, 1906-1912, in the Clifton Waller Barrett Library, Accession #11793, Albert H. Small Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.
Notes
Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic

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    a| The collection contains three letters, 1906-1908, William Bailie to the Reverend Levi M. Powers, one letter fragment, 1912, Helen Tufts Bailie to Powers, and a page from Publishers Weekly, 1906 April 28, containing a biographical sketch of Josiah Warren taken from Bailie's book.
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    a| In the letters William Bailie comments that he enjoyed a sermon on success by Powers, sends him a copy of his book on Josiah Warren, invites him to a meeting of the Boston Whitman fellowship, briefly mentions Sidney Morse and William Morris, and asks Powers to perform his marriage to Helen Tufts.
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    a| In a letter fragment Helen Tufts Bailie gives Powers instructions to their residence in London.
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    a| William and Helen Tufts Bailie papers, 1906-1912, in the Clifton Waller Barrett Library, Accession #11793, Albert H. Small Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.
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    a| Morse, Sidney H.
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    a| Warren, Josiah, d| 1798-1874.
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    a| Whitman, Walt, d| 1819-1892 x| Societies, etc.
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    a| Bailie, Helen Tufts, e| correspondent.
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    a| Bailie, William, e| correspondent.
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    a| Powers, Levi Moore, d| 1864-1920, e| recipient.
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