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Autograph letters signed from Joseph Crosby, Zanesville, Ohio, to various recipients 1870-1884.

著者: Joseph CrosbyEnoch J CorsonKarl KnortzW H WymanRichard Henry Stoddard所有著者
版本/格式:   图书 : 手稿   档案资料 : 英语
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Correspondents: F.G. Fleay, C.E. Flower, C.M. Ingleby, Karl Knortz, J.P. Norris and W.H. Wyman. He refers to his correspondence with A.E. Brae, E.J. Corson, J.P. Collier, F.G. Fleay, H.H. Furness, H.N. Hudson, C.M. Ingleby, W.J. Rolfe, S. Timmins and R.G. White. Nearly all the letters are to Norris.
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类型/形式: Letters
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提及的人: Emma Allen; Enoch J Corson; Joseph Crosby; M E Darlington; Frederick Gard Fleay; C E Flower; Clement Mansfield Ingleby; Joseph Parker Norris; Richard Henry Stoddard; W H Wyman; Andrew Edmund Brae; John Payne Collier; Asa I Fish; Edwin Forrest; Horace Howard Furness; Frederick James Furnivall; Rutherford Birchard Hayes; Henry Norman Hudson; Karl Knortz; William Leighton; James Edward Murdoch; Adelaide Neilson; George Richard Rignold; W J Rolfe; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; Henry, King of England; Barry Sullivan; Samuel Timmins; Richard Grant White; Henry Irving, Sir; Richard M Bishop
材料类型: 手稿
文件类型: 书, 档案资料
所有的著者/提供者: Joseph Crosby; Enoch J Corson; Karl Knortz; W H Wyman; Richard Henry Stoddard; Joseph Parker Norris; Clement Mansfield Ingleby; C E Flower; Frederick Gard Fleay; M E Darlington; Emma Allen
OCLC号码: 463451918
注意: Poem listed in the Folger card index of first lines.
描述: 260 items.
其他题名: It shall be so no more

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Correspondents: F.G. Fleay, C.E. Flower, C.M. Ingleby, Karl Knortz, J.P. Norris and W.H. Wyman. He refers to his correspondence with A.E. Brae, E.J. Corson, J.P. Collier, F.G. Fleay, H.H. Furness, H.N. Hudson, C.M. Ingleby, W.J. Rolfe, S. Timmins and R.G. White. Nearly all the letters are to Norris.

Throughout the letters Crosby refers to bleak economic conditions. He mentions the riots of July 1877 and discusses the candidacy of Governor Hayes for the presidency and of Mr. Bishop for the governorship of Ohio. In (196, 240) Crosby lauds Henry Irving's writings on Shakespeare. In (141-142) he gives his impressions of Asa Fish. (102) He saw George Rignold act Henry V, (108) Barry Sullivan act Hamlet, and (162, 167) Lilian Neilson act Juliet. (229) He discusses Edwin Forrest. (235) He attended the Shakespeare readings given by the actor (James Edward?) Murdock. In (20) Crosby encloses a "List of Complete Editions of Shakespeare, in my Library, February 7, 1875." In (122) he quotes R.H. Stoddard's poem on Shakespeare beginning, "It shall be so no more." In (142) he quotes part of a letter from E.J. Corson, ca. November 1876. In (177 and 180) he quotes postcards of March 11 and 15, 1877, from Furnivall. With (180) he encloses a program for a concert given at Ingleby's home, June 4, 1876. Part of (152) is written on the back of a letter from Emma Allen, ca. December 1876, (134) on the back of a letter from Mrs. M.E. Darlington, September 9, 1876.

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