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Ralph Waldo Emerson Papers [manuscript] 1708-1930 (Bulk 1830-1877).

Emerson, Ralph Waldo; Brown, Mary Hosmer; Weiss, John
Format
Manuscript/Archive
Language
English
Finding Aid Note
Listing available.
Summary
The collection contains complete manuscripts or portions of numerous poems including "The rhodora," "Hymn, sung at the completion of the Concord monument," "Days," "Sea-shore," "Behold the sea," "Friends at Folansbee Lake," "Illusions," and "The forerunners." Almost all are fair copies.
Prose manuscripts include those for "Solution" and "Unitarian belief" with portions of numerous other essays or lectures including one on John Quincy Adams as a reader.
Other manuscripts include an 11 page autobiography through 1856; an "Account of interview with Mr. J. Adams, aged 90"; a prologue to a Christmas play, with associated manuscript of F. B. Sanborn; and a 1707 document signed by Edward Emerson.
Letters from Emerson relate to his literary career and personal life, his ministry in the Unitarian Church, religion in America, his lectures, his editorship of "The Dial," and his relationship with Thomas Carlyle and the supervision of the American edition of Carlyle's works. Specific topics include family news, American culture and government, the Civil War, Brook Farm, Fourierism, abolition, poetry, Longfellow's novel "Kavanagh," Guglilmo Gajani's "The Roman exile," the "Massachusetts Quarterly Review," the "Dial," his translation of the Persian poet Hafiz, the Concord Centennial, the Saturday Club, Emerson's English and California lecture tours, the Boston Athenaeum, the Fourth of July, and the case of French vs. Upton.
Letters of children Edward Waldo Emerson and Ellen Tucker Emerson, chiefly to B. B. Wiley, discuss their mutual friendship, family activities and travels, and literary efforts of Wiley and his wife. The collection also contain responses to autograph hunters and a letter of recommendation for Mary Hosmer Brown. In addition there is one letter from Emerson's wife Lidian, one from his grandson Raymond Emerson, and three from his aunt Mary Moody Emerson to Henry D. Thoreau.
In addition there are two letters from James Elliot Cabot to John Francis Heath; one from Henry George to Nathan Appleton re free trade; and one from William Sullivan to Nathaniel Niles.
Assorted miscellaneous documents include a deed, a legal agreement, a report card for a student of Emerson, a check, a ticket to a course of Emerson lectures, an invitation to the centennial of the battle of Concord issued to Peleg W. Chandler, an announcement of the ordination of George Putnam, a printed letter of acknowledgement to George F. Marlowe for a donation to the Concord Free Public Library, an obituary for Emerson and lists of his topics and correspondents. There are over 20 photographs, engravings, and prints of Emerson and his home.
Correspondents include Robert Adams (Fall River abolitionist), Charles Gordon Ames, C. A. Bartol, Ira M. Barton, Henry Whitney Bellows, Samuel Bellows, H.G.O. Blake, Samuel M. Brown, James Eliott Cabot, Peleg Chandler, William Ellery Channing, John Chapman, James Freeman Clarke, Moncure D. Conway, Catherine Stevens Crowe, Charles Deane, Emily Mervine Drury, Rebecca L. Duncan, J.T. Fields, Fields, Osgood & Co., William Johnson Fox, O. B. Frothingham, William Henry Furniss, Gugielmo Gajani, William Fearing Gill, David G. Haskins, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Sir Arthur Helps, Ida A. Higginson, John Boynton Hill, Liberty Emery Holden, Alexander Ireland, Charles T. Jackson, James Munroe and Co., Edward Jarvis, and Eliza Buckminster Lee.
Also Little and Brown, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Ellis Grey Loring, James Russell Lowell,Theodore Lyman, Harriet Martineau, Brantz Mayer, Henry A. Miles, Lucretia Mott, Elias Nason, Charles Eliot Norton, Theodore Parker, Wendell Phillips, Edmund Quincy, Daniel Ricketson, William B. Rogers, L. B. Russell, Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, Epes Sargent, John Sartain, Ann Cabot Devereux Silsbee, E. L. Stanley, F. P. Stearns, Mary E. P. Stearns, George Luther Stearns, George Foster Talbot, Henry D. Thoreau, Elijah Ward, Henry Ware, David A. Wasson, Robert C. Waterston, John Weiss, C.H. Wheeler, Charles Stearns Wheeler, E. P. Whipple, C.O. Whitmore, and Carroll A. Wilson.
The following people are also mentioned in the correspondence, many very briefly : Louis Agassiz, Amos Bronson Alcott, Lord & Lady Amberley, George Bancroft, Robert Bartlett, Lyman Beecher, William Cullen Bryant, Thomas Carlyle, Arthur Hugh Clough, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, James Fenimore Cooper, John S. Dwight, Joseph Emerson, Margaret Fuller, Horatio Greenough, Herman F. Grimm, Harro Harring, Frederic Henry Hedge, Harro Paul Harring, Samuel Hoar, and Ellen Hooper.
Also Washington Irving, Henry James, Charles Lane, Charles Mackay, Charles D. Morris, Theodor Mundt, Charles Newcomb, John Gorham Palfry, Coventry Patmore, Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, George Putnam, William Cabell Rives, Sir Walter Scott, Elizabeth Sarah Sheppard, James H. Stirling, Jonathan Wainwright, S. G. Ward, Daniel Webster, John Greenleaf Whittier, William A. Wheeler, William Wordsworth, and Alexander Young.
Description
circa 240 items.
Cite as
Ralph Waldo Emerson Papers, 1708-1930, in the Clifton Waller Barrett Library, Accession #6248-a through 6248-ab, Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.
Notes
Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
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    a| The collection contains complete manuscripts or portions of numerous poems including "The rhodora," "Hymn, sung at the completion of the Concord monument," "Days," "Sea-shore," "Behold the sea," "Friends at Folansbee Lake," "Illusions," and "The forerunners." Almost all are fair copies.
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    a| Prose manuscripts include those for "Solution" and "Unitarian belief" with portions of numerous other essays or lectures including one on John Quincy Adams as a reader.
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    a| Other manuscripts include an 11 page autobiography through 1856; an "Account of interview with Mr. J. Adams, aged 90"; a prologue to a Christmas play, with associated manuscript of F. B. Sanborn; and a 1707 document signed by Edward Emerson.
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    a| Letters from Emerson relate to his literary career and personal life, his ministry in the Unitarian Church, religion in America, his lectures, his editorship of "The Dial," and his relationship with Thomas Carlyle and the supervision of the American edition of Carlyle's works. Specific topics include family news, American culture and government, the Civil War, Brook Farm, Fourierism, abolition, poetry, Longfellow's novel "Kavanagh," Guglilmo Gajani's "The Roman exile," the "Massachusetts Quarterly Review," the "Dial," his translation of the Persian poet Hafiz, the Concord Centennial, the Saturday Club, Emerson's English and California lecture tours, the Boston Athenaeum, the Fourth of July, and the case of French vs. Upton.
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    a| Letters of children Edward Waldo Emerson and Ellen Tucker Emerson, chiefly to B. B. Wiley, discuss their mutual friendship, family activities and travels, and literary efforts of Wiley and his wife. The collection also contain responses to autograph hunters and a letter of recommendation for Mary Hosmer Brown. In addition there is one letter from Emerson's wife Lidian, one from his grandson Raymond Emerson, and three from his aunt Mary Moody Emerson to Henry D. Thoreau.
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    a| In addition there are two letters from James Elliot Cabot to John Francis Heath; one from Henry George to Nathan Appleton re free trade; and one from William Sullivan to Nathaniel Niles.
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    a| Assorted miscellaneous documents include a deed, a legal agreement, a report card for a student of Emerson, a check, a ticket to a course of Emerson lectures, an invitation to the centennial of the battle of Concord issued to Peleg W. Chandler, an announcement of the ordination of George Putnam, a printed letter of acknowledgement to George F. Marlowe for a donation to the Concord Free Public Library, an obituary for Emerson and lists of his topics and correspondents. There are over 20 photographs, engravings, and prints of Emerson and his home.
    520
      
      
    a| Correspondents include Robert Adams (Fall River abolitionist), Charles Gordon Ames, C. A. Bartol, Ira M. Barton, Henry Whitney Bellows, Samuel Bellows, H.G.O. Blake, Samuel M. Brown, James Eliott Cabot, Peleg Chandler, William Ellery Channing, John Chapman, James Freeman Clarke, Moncure D. Conway, Catherine Stevens Crowe, Charles Deane, Emily Mervine Drury, Rebecca L. Duncan, J.T. Fields, Fields, Osgood & Co., William Johnson Fox, O. B. Frothingham, William Henry Furniss, Gugielmo Gajani, William Fearing Gill, David G. Haskins, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Sir Arthur Helps, Ida A. Higginson, John Boynton Hill, Liberty Emery Holden, Alexander Ireland, Charles T. Jackson, James Munroe and Co., Edward Jarvis, and Eliza Buckminster Lee.
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    a| Also Little and Brown, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Ellis Grey Loring, James Russell Lowell,Theodore Lyman, Harriet Martineau, Brantz Mayer, Henry A. Miles, Lucretia Mott, Elias Nason, Charles Eliot Norton, Theodore Parker, Wendell Phillips, Edmund Quincy, Daniel Ricketson, William B. Rogers, L. B. Russell, Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, Epes Sargent, John Sartain, Ann Cabot Devereux Silsbee, E. L. Stanley, F. P. Stearns, Mary E. P. Stearns, George Luther Stearns, George Foster Talbot, Henry D. Thoreau, Elijah Ward, Henry Ware, David A. Wasson, Robert C. Waterston, John Weiss, C.H. Wheeler, Charles Stearns Wheeler, E. P. Whipple, C.O. Whitmore, and Carroll A. Wilson.
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    a| The following people are also mentioned in the correspondence, many very briefly : Louis Agassiz, Amos Bronson Alcott, Lord & Lady Amberley, George Bancroft, Robert Bartlett, Lyman Beecher, William Cullen Bryant, Thomas Carlyle, Arthur Hugh Clough, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, James Fenimore Cooper, John S. Dwight, Joseph Emerson, Margaret Fuller, Horatio Greenough, Herman F. Grimm, Harro Harring, Frederic Henry Hedge, Harro Paul Harring, Samuel Hoar, and Ellen Hooper.
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    a| Also Washington Irving, Henry James, Charles Lane, Charles Mackay, Charles D. Morris, Theodor Mundt, Charles Newcomb, John Gorham Palfry, Coventry Patmore, Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, George Putnam, William Cabell Rives, Sir Walter Scott, Elizabeth Sarah Sheppard, James H. Stirling, Jonathan Wainwright, S. G. Ward, Daniel Webster, John Greenleaf Whittier, William A. Wheeler, William Wordsworth, and Alexander Young.
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    a| Ralph Waldo Emerson Papers, 1708-1930, in the Clifton Waller Barrett Library, Accession #6248-a through 6248-ab, Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.
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    a| Listing available.
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    a| Adams, John, d| 1735-1826.
    600
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    a| Adams, John Quincy, d| 1767-1848 x| Books and reading.
    600
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    a| Agassiz, Louis, d| 1807-1873.
    600
    1
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    a| Alcott, Amos Bronson, d| 1799-1888.
    600
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    a| Amberley, John Russell, c| viscount, d| 1842-1876.
    600
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    a| Amberley, Katharine Louisa Stanley Russell, c| viscountess, d| 1842-1874.
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    a| Bancroft, George, d| 1800-1891.
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    a| Bartlett, Robert, d| fl. 1843.
    600
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    a| Beecher, Lyman, d| 1775-1863.
    600
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    a| Bryant, William Cullen, d| 1794-1878
    600
    1
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    a| Carlyle, Thomas, d| 1795-1881.
    600
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    a| Channing, William Ellery, d| 1817-1901.
    600
    1
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    a| Clough, Arthur Hugh, d| 1819-1861.
    600
    1
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    a| Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, d| 1772-1834.
    600
    1
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    a| Cooper, James Fenimore, d| 1789-1851.
    600
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    a| Dwight, John Sullivan, d| 1813-1893.
    600
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    a| Emerson, Joseph, d| 1821-1900.
    600
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    a| Emerson, Ralph Waldo, d| 1803-1882.
    600
    1
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    a| Emerson, Ralph Waldo, d| 1803-1882 v| Photographs.
    600
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    a| Emerson, Ruth Haskins, d| 1768-1853.
    600
    1
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    a| Fuller, Margaret, d| 1810-1850.
    600
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    0
    a| Greenough, Horatio, d| 1805-1852.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Grimm, Herman Friedrich, d| 1828-1901.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Harring, Harro, d| 1798-1870.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Hedge, Frederic Henry, d| 1805-1890.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Hoar, Samuel, d| 1778-1856.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Hooper, Ellen, d| 1812-1848.
    600
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    a| Irving, Washington, d| 1783-1859.
    600
    1
    0
    a| James, Henry, d| 1811-1882.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Lane, Charles, d| 1800-1870.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, d| 1807-1882 t| Kavanagh.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Mackay, Charles, d| 1814-1889.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Morris, Charles D. q| (Charles D'Urban), d| 1827-1886
    600
    1
    0
    a| Mundt, Theodor, d| 1808-1861.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Newcomb, Charles King, d| 1820-1894.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Palfrey, John Gorham, d| 1796-1881.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Patmore, Coventry, d| 1823-1896.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer, d| 1804-1894.
    600
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    a| Putnam, George, d| 1807-1878.
    600
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    a| Rives, William Cabell, d| 1825-1889.
    600
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    a| Scott, Walter, d| 1771-1832.
    600
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    a| Sheppard, Elizabeth Sara, d| 1830-1862.
    600
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    a| Stirling, James Hutchison, d| 1820-1909.
    600
    1
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    a| Wainwright, Jonathan Mayhew, d| 1792-1854.
    600
    1
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    a| Ward, Samuel Gray.
    600
    1
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    a| Webster, Daniel, d| 1782-1852.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Wheeler, William A. q| (William Adolphus), d| 1833-1874.
    600
    1
    0
    a| Whittier, John Greenleaf, d| 1807-1892.
    600
    1
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    a| Wordsworth, William, d| 1770-1850.
    600
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    a| Young, Alexander, d| 1800-1854.
    610
    2
    0
    a| Boston Athenaeum.
    610
    2
    0
    a| Brook Farm Phalanx (West Roxbury, Boston, Mass.)
    610
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    0
    a| Saturday Club (Boston, Mass.)
    610
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    0
    a| Unitarian Universalist Association.
    630
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    0
    a| Dial (Boston, Mass.)
    630
    0
    0
    a| Massachusetts Quarterly Review.
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    a| Abolitionists z| United States.
    650
      
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    a| Authors and publishers z| United States x| History y| 19th century.
    650
      
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    a| Collective settlements z| United States x| History y| 19th century.
    650
      
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    a| Concord, Battle of, Concord, Mass., 1775 x| Centennial celebrations, etc.
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    a| Courts-martial and courts of inquiry z| United States.
    650
      
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    a| Fourth of July celebrations.
    650
      
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    a| Free trade.
    650
      
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    a| Lectures and lecturing.
    650
      
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    a| Lyceums z| Massachusetts x| History y| 19th century.
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    a| Religion x| Philosophy x| History y| 19th century.
    650
      
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    a| Utopian socialism z| United States x| History y| 19th century.
    651
      
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    a| Concord (Mass.) x| Centennial celebrations, etc.
    651
      
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    a| Concord (Mass.) x| Social life and customs.
    651
      
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    a| England x| Description and travel.
    651
      
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    a| United States x| History y| Civil War, 1861-1865 x| Public opinion.
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    a| Engravings. 2| aat
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    7
    a| Legal documents. 2| aat
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    7
    a| Letters (Correspondence) 2| aat
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    a| Manuscripts. 2| aat
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    a| Photographs. 2| aat
    700
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    a| Adams, Robert, d| fl. 1845, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Ames, Charles Gordon, d| 1828-1912, e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Appleton, Nathan, d| 1843-1906, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Bartol, C. A. q| (Cyrus Augustus), d| 1813-1900 e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Barton, Ira Moore, d| 1796-1867, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Bellows, Henry W. q| (Henry Whitney), d| 1814-1882, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Blake, H. G. O. q| (Harrison Gray Otis), d| 1816?-1898, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Brown, Mary Hosmer, d| 1856-1931.
    700
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    a| Brown, Samuel Morison, d| 1817-1856, e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Cabot, James Elliot, d| 1821-1903, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Chandler, Peleg W. q| (Peleg Whitman), d| 1816-1889, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Channing, William Ellery, d| 1817-1901, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Chapman, John, d| 1822-1894, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Clarke, James Freeman, d| 1810-1888 e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Conway, Moncure Daniel, d| 1832-1907 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Crowe, Catherine, d| 1790-1876, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Deane, Charles, d| 1813-1889, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Drury, Emily Mervine, d| fl. 1851-1856, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Duncan, Rebecca L., e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Emerson, Edward Waldo, d| 1844-1930, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Emerson, Ellen Tucker, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Emerson, Lidian Jackson, d| 1802-1892 e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Emerson, Mary Moody, d| 1774-1863 e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Emerson, Ralph Waldo, d| 1803-1882 t| Account of an interview with J. Adams, once President of the United States of America and father of the then President-aged 90-
    700
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    a| Emerson, Ralph Waldo, d| 1803-1882 t| Days.
    700
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    a| Emerson, Ralph Waldo, d| 1803-1882 t| Fore-runners.
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    a| Emerson, Ralph Waldo, d| 1803-1882 t| Friends at Folansbee Lake.
    700
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    a| Emerson, Ralph Waldo, d| 1803-1882 t| Hymn, sung at the completion of the Concord monument.
    700
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    a| Emerson, Ralph Waldo, d| 1803-1882 t| Illusions.
    700
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    a| Emerson, Ralph Waldo, d| 1803-1882 t| Rhodora.
    700
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    2
    a| Emerson, Ralph Waldo, d| 1803-1882 t| Sea-shore.
    700
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    a| Emerson, Ralph Waldo, d| 1803-1882 t| Solution.
    700
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    a| Emerson, Ralph Waldo, d| 1803-1882 t| Unitarian belief.
    700
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    a| Emerson, Raymond, d| 1886-1977, e| correspondent.
    700
    1
      
    a| Fields, James Thomas, d| 1817-1881 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Fox, W. J. q| (William Johnson), d| 1786-1864, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Frothingham, Octavius Brooks, d| 1822-1895, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Furniss, William Henry, d| 1802-1896, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Gajani, Guglielmo, d| 1819-1868, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| George, Henry, d| 1862-1916, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Gill, William Fearing, d| 1844-1917, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Haskins, David Greene, d| 1818-1896, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Hawthorne, Nathaniel, d| 1804-1864 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Heath, John Francis, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Helps, Arthur, c| Sir, d| 1813-1875 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Higginson, Ida Agassiz, d| 1837-1935, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Hill, John Boynton, d| 1796-1886, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Holden, Liberty Emery, d| 1833-1913, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Ireland, Alexander, d| 1810-1894, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Jackson, Charles T. q| (Charles Thomas), d| 1805-1880, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Jarvis, Edward, d| 1803-1884 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Lee, Eliza Buckminster, d| 1794-1864, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, d| 1807-1882 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Loring, Ellis Gray, d| 1803-1858, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Lowell, James Russell, d| 1819-1891, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Lyman, Theodore, c| Jr., d| 1792-1849 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Martineau, Harriet, d| 1802-1876, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Mayer, Brantz, d| 1809-1879 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Miles, Henry A. q| (Henry Adolphus), d| 1809-1895, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Mott, Lucretia, d| 1793-1880 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Nason, Elias, d| 1811-1887 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Niles, Nathaniel, d| 1741-1828, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Norton, Charles Eliot, d| 1827-1908 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Parker, Theodore, d| 1810-1860 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer, d| 1804-1894, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Phillips, Wendell, d| 1811-1884 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Quincy, Edmund, d| 1808-1877, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Ricketson, Daniel, d| 1813-1898, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Robertson, Robert Cassie, d| 1812-1893, e| recipient.,
    700
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    a| Rogers, William Barton, d| 1804-1882 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Russell, Liane B., e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Sanborn, F. B. q| (Franklin Benjamin), d| 1831-1917 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Sargent, Epes, d| 1813-1880 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Sartain, John, d| 1808-1897, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Silsbee, Ann Cabot Devereux, d| 1812- e| recipient.
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    a| Stanley, Edward Lyulph, d| 1839-1925, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Stearns, Frank Preston, d| 1846-1917, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Stearns, Marshall Winslow e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Stearns, Geo. L. q| (George Luther), d| 1809-1867, e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Stearns, Mary Elizabeth Preston, d| fl. 1855-1862, e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Sullivan, William, d| 1774-1839, e| correspondent.
    700
    1
      
    a| Talbot, George F. q| (George Foster), d| 1819-1907, e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Thoreau, Henry David, d| 1817-1862 e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Ward, Elijah, d| 1816-1882, e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Ware, Henry, d| 1794-1843 e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Wasson, David Atwood, d| 1823-1887, e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Weiss, John, d| 1818-1879, e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Wheeler, C. S. q| (Charles Stearns), d| 1816-1843, e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Wheeler, Charlene Eldridge, d| 1944-1993, e| correspondent.
    700
    1
      
    a| Wheeler, C. H. q| (Crosby Howard), d| 1823-1896, e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Whipple, Edwin Percy, d| 1819-1886 e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Whitmore, C.O., d| fl. 1857, e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Weiss, John, d| 1818-1879.
    700
    1
      
    a| Wiley, B. B., e| recipient.
    700
    1
      
    a| Wilson, Carroll A. q| (Carroll Atwood), d| 1886-1947, e| correspondent.
    710
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    0
    a| Fields, Osgood & Co., e| recipient.
    710
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    0
    a| James Munroe and Company, e| recipient.
    710
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    0
    a| Little, Brown and Company, e| recipient.
    710
    2
    0
    a| Welch, Bigelow and Company, e| recipient.
    999
      
      
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    a| MSS 6248-a through 6248-ab Box 1 w| ALPHANUM i| X030748102 l| BARR-VAULT m| SPEC-COLL t| MANUSCRIPT
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    a| MSS 6248-a through 6248-ab Box 2 w| ALPHANUM i| X030748103 l| BARR-VAULT m| SPEC-COLL t| MANUSCRIPT
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    a| MSS 6248-a through 6248-ab Box 3 w| ALPHANUM i| X030748104 l| BARR-VAULT m| SPEC-COLL t| MANUSCRIPT

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