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Autographs collected and letters received by Lydia Avery Coonley Ward, 1705, 1785, 1848, 1861-1922

Author: Lydia Avery Coonley WardLyman AbbottOscar Fay AdamsPercy AldenJames Lane AllenAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The letters consist primarily of social notes to Mrs. Ward from authors, some artists, and musicians. Some concern her work for the committees on literature for children, and children's day at the Chicago World's Fair. Susan B. Anthony, Hamlin Garland, George F. Root, and Jane Addams are mentioned. Letters, works in progress, philanthropies, and family news are common topics.
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Genre/Form: Autographs
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Letters
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Named Person: Susan B Anthony; Jane Addams; Hamlin Garland; Julia Marlowe; George F Root
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Lydia Avery Coonley Ward; Lyman Abbott; Oscar Fay Adams; Percy Alden; James Lane Allen; William Archer; C R Ashbee; Amelia Avery; Marion Avery; Amelia E Barr; Frederick Clay Bartlett; Clara Doty Bates; Henry Ward Beecher; Lilian Bell; Park Benjamin; Harriot Stanton Blatch; Louis-Maurice Boutet de Monvel; Anna Hempstead Branch; Laura T Brayton; Benjamin Helm Bristow; John Graham Brooks; Noah Brooks; George W Bungay; Hezekiah Butterworth; George Washington Cable; Helen Campbell; Mary Hartwell Catherwood; John Vance Cheney; Kate Chopin; Frederic Horace Clark; Albert Coates; Frances Power Cobbe; Robert Collyer; Sarah Bedell Cooper; Edward Gordon Craig; F Marion Crawford; Martha Foote Crow; George William Curtis; Abby Morton Diaz; Anna E Dickinson; Mary Mapes Dodge; Clarence Eddy; Edward Waldo Emerson; Ellen Tucker Emerson; Kate Field; Malcolm R Fisher; John Fiske; Horace Fletcher; B O Flower; Benjamin Franklin; Henry Blake Fuller; William C Gannett; Robert L Garner; William Lloyd Garrison; Charlotte Perkins Gilman; John B Gough; Edward Howard Griggs; G Stanley Hall; Caroline Hazard; George Davis Herron; John H Heywood; J G Holland; Helen Hopekirk; Elizabeth Mehaffey Howe Howe; Julia Ward Howe; David Irving; B Irwin; Halsey Cooley Ives; Sarah Orne Jewett; Rossiter Johnson; John Paul Jones; John M Kapena; Charles Rann Kennedy; George Frederick Kunz; Mary Day Lanier; Lucy Larcom; Benson John Lossing; Charles Fletcher Lummis; Hamilton Wright Mabie; Percy MacKaye; Harrington Mann; Edwin Markham; Edward Sandford Martin; Brander Matthews; Cecile McAlister; George Barr McCutcheon; Emily Huntington Miller; Olive Thorne Miller; Josiah B Millet; Enos Abijah Mills; Molesworth, Mrs.; Angela Morgan; Felix J Morris; Louise Chandler Moulton; Theodore Thornton Munger; J S Newberry; Isaac Newton; Christine Nilsson; Thomas Nelson Page; Alice Freeman Palmer; William Ordway Partridge; Mary H Peabody; Elia Wilkinson Peattie; Bliss Perry; Carlotta Perry; Nora Perry; Elizabeth Stuart Phelps; Edna Dean Porter; George D Prentice; Jean Francois Rafaelli; Sims Reeves; Alice Caldwell Hegan Rice; Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards; Abby Sage Richardson; Emma Roach-Lamme; William Mackintire Salter; F B Sanborn; Dallas Lore Sharp; Henry Somerset, Lady; C H Spurgeon; Grace Ellery Channing; Idah Meacham Strobridge; Ruth McEnery Stuart; Charles Sumner; David Swing; Henry Ossawa Tanner; Winnie Louise Taylor; Celia Thaxter; Emma Cecilia Thursby; Bradford Torrey; Martin Farquhar Tupper; Camilla Urso; Veragua, Duchess of; Vivekananda, Swami; Robert William Vonnoh; Zerelda G Wallace; Eugene F Ware; Nettie P Ware; Maude Radford Warren; Henry Waterson; Candace Wheeler; Lilian Whiting; Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin; William Cleaver Wilkinson; W A Wilson; William Windom; Wolkewsky, Prince; Henry Alexander Wise Wood; Mary Emma Woolley; Madeline Yale Wynne; Ella Flagg Young; Richard Watson Gilder
OCLC Number: 647833840
Description: 294 items.

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The letters consist primarily of social notes to Mrs. Ward from authors, some artists, and musicians. Some concern her work for the committees on literature for children, and children's day at the Chicago World's Fair. Susan B. Anthony, Hamlin Garland, George F. Root, and Jane Addams are mentioned. Letters, works in progress, philanthropies, and family news are common topics.

The collection contains a facsimile of a 1705 September 14 letter from Isaac Newton to Dr. Sloane.

Also, a manuscript of "The Tower of Flame" by Richard Watson Gilder is included, as are autographs and letters collected by Mrs. Coonley Ward.

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