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Thu Oct 16 17:57:30 2014 UTClccn-n980753040.00"When love first began" : the private world of the Evergreens, Amherst, Massachusetts /0.351.00"A passion for pictures" : the art collection of Austin and Susan Dickinson assembled between 1856 and 1913 /30414584Susan_Huntington_Gilbert_Dickinsonn 980753044799729Gilbert, Susan 1830-1913Gilbert, Susan Huntington 1830-1913Huntington Gilbert, Susan 1830-1913lccn-n79054166Dickinson, Emily1830-1886lccn-n92018308Smith, Martha Nell1953-lccn-n98075124Hart, Ellen Louiselccn-no2009020619Vetter, Lara Elizabeth1968-lccn-n83194194Dickinson, Austin-1895lccn-sh85037681Dickinson familylccn-n87918284Dickinson, Edward1861-1898lccn-nr92017586Dickinson, Lavinia Norcross1833-1899lccn-n86113756Bianchi, Martha Dickinson1866-1943np-smith, martha gilbert$1829 1895Smith, Martha Gilbert1829-1895Dickinson, Susan Huntington1830-1913FictionJuvenile worksHistoryRecords and correspondenceBiographyBildungsromansAutobiographical fictionYoung adult worksFairy talesCalendarsEnglandYoung menOrphansChild laborStepfathersBoysManners and customsTravelItalyGreat BritainEngland--LondonFairy talesSocial historyHowells, William Dean,Dickinson, Susan Huntington,Chimney sweepsBirdsWinterThoreau, Henry David,Pope, Alexander,Swinburne, Algernon Charles,Emerson, Ralph Waldo,Chaucer, Geoffrey,Quincy, Josiah,Carlyle, Thomas,Percival, James Gates,Lincoln, Abraham,Poets, AmericanCorrespondence (Dickinson, Emily)NovelistsDavid Copperfield (Dickens, Charles)Authors, AmericanFairiesChild abuseEvolutionAnimal welfareDickinson, Emily,Evolution (Biology)Autobiographical fictionWomen poets, AmericanPoems (Dickinson, Emily)RecitationsConduct of lifeChildren--Conduct of lifeBildungsromansDryden, John,English fictionJohnson, Samuel,AmericansNovelists, American183019131858186018641867187018721882189719941997199820002001201412793335823.8PR455821ocn612110465book18670.56Howells, William DeanItalian Journeys from Venice to Naples and beyondHistoryBiographyWhen Abraham Lincoln appointed William Dean Howells Consul to Venice, the young writer embarked on a journey that would leave an indelible impression on his life and work. Howells lived in Italy for four years, from 1861, during the pivotal and tumultuous period of Italian reunification. Italian Journeys, Howell's engrossing memoir of this time, describes his adventures across the country - from Genoa, a hotbed of nationalistic fervour and the city from which Garibaldi had led the Expedition of the Thousand only a year before; to the cultural and political powerhouse of Naples, which had only11ocn807832220book19980.29Dickinson, EmilyOpen me carefully : Emily Dickinson's intimate letters to Susan Huntington DickinsonRecords and correspondenceA compilation of selections from Emily Dickinson's 36-year correspondence to her neighbor and sister-in-law, Susan Huntington Dickinson, brings to light her key role in the poet's passion and inspiration, and as her primary reader and literary companion+-+318363814511ocn612426842book18580.19Dickens, CharlesDavid copperfieldHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksAutobiographical fictionBildungsromansYoung adult worksA classic tale of an orphan growing up in the 1800's of England. Intimately rooted in the author's own biography and written as a first-person narrative, "David Copperfield" charts a young man's progress through a difficult childhood in Victorian England to ultimate success as a novelist, finding true love along the way11ocn612859928book1.00Dickinson familyDickinson family papersVII. Root Family papers, 1830-1884. Abiah Root was the daughter of Deacon Harvey Root of West Springfield (Feeding Hills, Mass.). She attended Amherst Academy (Amherst, Mass.) for only one year (1843-1844), where she met Emily Dickinson (1839-1886) and then transferred to Miss Margaret Campbell's school in Springfield (Mass.). The bulk of this series consists of correspondence between Root family members11ocn612168491book18720.59Lowell, James RussellMy study windowsThe popular success of Lowell's Among My Books series encouraged him to publish this eclectic collection, which includes My Garden Acquaintance," A Good Word for Winter," On a Certain Condescension in Foreigners," A Great Public Character," Abraham Lincoln," Carlyle," and Library of Old Authors."11ocn070120037book18820.95Shakespeare, WilliamThe Shakespeare birthday bookCalendarsQuotations11ocn612455157book18640.92Jarves, James JacksonThe art-idea; part second of Confessions of an inquirerHistory11ocn122590154mix1.00Bianchi, Martha Dickinsonto Theodore Longfellow FrothinghamIncludes 318 letters by Martha Gilbert Dickinson Bianchi to Theodore L. Frothingham, some letters including original poems by her. Also includes 79 letters by her brother Edward Dickinson and 26 letters by their mother Susan Dickinson, all to Frothingham11ocn612155949book18700.08Kingsley, CharlesThe water-babies : a fairy-tale for a land-babyJuvenile worksFictionFairy talesThe adventures of Tom, a sooty little chimney sweep with a great longing to be clean, who is stolen by fairies and turned into a water baby11ocn270539122book18600.10Dickinson, EmilyThe sun kept stooping-stooping-low : written and sent to Sue Dickinson11ocn079390503book1.00Dickinson, Emilyto various correspondentsLetters are primarily to Susan Huntington Dickinson. Also includes letters to Martha Gilbert Smith, Mrs. Jonathan Leavitt Jenkins (Sarah Maria Eaton), and Abiah Palmer Root Strong, among others as well as Dickinson's last will and testament11ocn162143683book0.92DickinsonDickinson family papersHistorySourcesFamily papers of the American poet, Emily Dickinson11ocn122594332mix1.00The Barton Levi St. Armand Collection of Dickinson Family PapersIncludes the following material, some of which relates to Emily Dickinson: [1] 125 letters of Edward (Ned) Austin Dickinson to William Austin Dickinson and Susan Huntington Gilbert Dickinson; [2] scrapbook of Martha Gilbert Dickinson Bianchi; [3] scrapbook of Mary M. Warner (afterwards Mrs. Edward Payson Crowell)11ocn122493122mix1.00Bianchi, Martha DickinsonPapersIn addition to the personal papers of Martha Bianchi (including family and editorial correspondence, diaries, notes, worksheets, typescript poems, stories, plays, photographs, articles, books, and clippings) the collection includes the personal papers of Alfred Leete Hampson and his wife, Mary Landis Hampson, and includes much secondary material relating to Emily Dickinson11ocn612775710mix1.00Bowles, SamuelSamuel Bowles letters to Austin and Susan DickinsonCollection is primarily letters from Bowles to Austin and Susan. Susan and Austin became acquainted with Bowles soon after their marriage (ca. 1858), and Bowles's letters show a long friendship with both parties. The materials also include other letters (1856-1878) to Austin and Susan Dickinson and compositions of "Reminiscences" concerning Emily Dickinson (1932)11ocn612480165book0.82Boswell, JamesThe life of Samuel Johnson, LL. D., Comprehending an account of his studies and numerous works, in chronological order; a series of his epistolary correspondence and conversations with many eminent persons; and various original pieces of his composition, never before published; the whole exhibiting a view of literature and literary men in Great Britain, for nearly half a century during which he flourishedBiography11ocn612508289book18601.00Brontèˆ, CharlottePoems11ocn079380968book1.00Dickinson, EmilyIncludes a variety of materials by and about the poet Emily Dickinson and the Dickinson family. Emily Dickinson items include letters, autograph poems, a black cake recipe, and a visiting card. Letters are to family members including Susan Huntington Dickinson, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Martha Gilbert Smith, and others. Family miscellany includes letters from Lavinia Norcross Dickinson and others01ocn079390425bookDickinson, Emilysent to the Austin Dickinson familyThe majority of the letters and poems in this collection are addressed to Dickinson's sister-in-law, Susan Huntington Dickinson. They express friendship and love; respond to Susan's criticism of Emily's poetry; and mark family birthdays and deaths. Most are extremely brief01ocn122560122bookBowles, Samuelto Austin and Susan DickinsonCollection is primarily letters from Bowles to Austin and Susan. Susan and Austin became acquainted with Bowles soon after their marriage (ca. 1858), and Bowles's letters show a long friendship with both parties. The materials also include other letters (1856-1878) to Austin and Susan Dickinson and compositions of "Reminiscences" concerning Emily Dickinson (1932)10312ocn039746998book19980.29Dickinson, EmilyOpen me carefully : Emily Dickinson's intimate letters to Susan Huntington DickinsonRecords and correspondenceA compilation of selections from Emily Dickinson's 36-year correspondence to her neighbor and sister-in-law, Susan Huntington Dickinson, brings to light her key role in the poet's passion and inspiration, and as her primary reader and literary companion+-+31836381452171ocn302357897file0.56Dickinson, EmilyEmily Dickinson's correspondences a born-digital textual inquiryRecords and correspondence"Unpublished in book form during her lifetime, the poems of Emily Dickinson were nonetheless shared with those she trusted most--through her letters. This XML-based archive brings together seventy-four poems and letters from Emily's correspondence with her sister-in-law and primary confidante, Susan Dickinson. Each text is presented with a digitized scan of the holograph manuscript. These images have zoom functionality as well as a special light-box feature that allows users to view and compare constellations of related documents. Users may search by date, genre, manuscript features, and full text. Dating from the 1850s to the end of Dickinson's life, the work collected here shows all the characteristics of the poet's mature art."31ocn045154052mix20001.00Ochoa, Sonia Alicia"A passion for pictures" : the art collection of Austin and Susan Dickinson assembled between 1856 and 191311ocn612227264visu18971.00Lathrop, Clara W[Sue Dickinson]PortraitsSubject: Bust portrait (facing left) of Susan Huntington Dickinson, sister-in-law of the poet, Emily Dickinson11ocn888222439mix20140.47Taylor, Jessica RaeRethinking Susan Dickinson11ocn702172887mix1.00Hooker, RichardRichard Hooker papers relating to the Dickinson family and Samuel BowlesThe collection includes letters related to the Dickinson family and Samuel Bowles. There are letters from Emily, Edward, Susan and Austin Dickinson to Bowles, a family friend and editor of the Springfield Republican. There is a note from Richard Hooker regarding a letter from Maria Whitney to an unidentified third party11ocn612225832visu1.00Dickinson familyDickinson family photographsPortraitsPhotographs include the following formats: cabinet photographs, ambrotype, cartes-de-visite, daguerreotypes, group portraits, photograph on milk glass, portraits, proofs, tintypes, and others. Other materials include: clippings, drawings, engravings, engraving plate, lithographs, notes, and postcards11ocn057409370book19940.47Rydell, Amy KathleenMost sincerely yours, Sue : an analysis of the life of Susan Huntington Dickinson, 1830-1913Biography11ocn054541090book2001Longsworth, Polly"When love first began" : the private world of the Evergreens, Amherst, Massachusetts11ocn056019518book19971.00Dickinson, Susan HuntingtonSelected papers of Susan H. DickinsonArchivesChiefly correspondence11ocn045183245book20000.47Adams, BillWar between the houses : a playDrama11ocn122648044mix19941.00Rydell, Amy KathleenMost Sincerely Yours, Sue : Amherst College"Submitted to the Department of American Studies of Amherst College, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Art with Honors."01ocn082330700visuDickinson familyPortraitsImages of the poet Emily Dickinson's family and friends, family homes, gravesites, and other Dickinson-associated places (especially Amherst, Mass.) Also includes Gilbert family items. Some images photographed by J.L. Lovell of Amherst Mass. and many items annotated by Martha Dickinson Bianchi01ocn122656079visuDickinson familyPortraitsPhotographs include the following formats: cabinet photographs, cartes-de-visite, daguerreotypes, group portraits, photograph on milk glass, portraits, proofs, tintypes, and others. Other materials include: clippings, drawings, engraving plate, engravings, lithographs, notes, and postcards+-+3183638145+-+3183638145Thu Oct 16 15:40:05 EDT 2014batch21184