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|Named Person:||Charles Timothy Brooks; William Ellery Channing; Charles Timothy Brooks; William Ellery Channing|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles Timothy Brooks; Thomas Arnold Greene; Anastasius Grün; Philip Allison Shelley; Niklas Müller
|Language Note:||In English; some passages and a letter to Brooks in German.|
|Notes:||In Rare Books and Manuscripts, University Libraries, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA (#1974-0096R/A-S).|
Also, a letter to Brooks from Anton Auersperg [Anastasius Grün], 28 Oct. 1855, in German; six lines of untitled verse, Jan. 1864; a poem entitled Easter, 12 March 1880; Brooks' handwritten translation of Niclas Miller [Niklas Müller]'s Ten sonnets in armor (12 p.), Nov. 1862.
Printed materials include a program for a Unitarian festival, 1 June 1882, containing a hymn written by Brooks; an appeal for donations to pay for a William Ellery Channing birthplace memorial, signed by Brooks as committee chairman, 3 May 1878; Channing Birthplace Memorial pledge form; "Grandmother's Story," 13 June 1873, poem on back of Mademoiselle Thérèse Liebe's annual matinee musicale program, 12 July 1873; hymn by Brooks in program for Commemorative services by the First Church in Boston, 18 November 1880.
- Brooks, Charles Timothy, -- 1813-1883 -- Archives.
- Channing, William Ellery, -- 1780-1842 -- Monuments.
- Clergy -- New England -- Archives.
- Poets, American -- New England -- Archives.
- Translators -- New England -- Archives.
- Brooks, Charles Timothy, -- 1813-1883.
- Channing, William Ellery, -- 1780-1842.
- Poets, American.
- New England.