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|Personne nommée :||Julian Hawthorne; Julian Hawthorne|
|Format :||Document mixte|
|Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs :||
Eugene Field; Willis Brooks Hawkins; Laura Hyde (Woodworth) Stedman; Mary Albertina (Amelung) Hawthorne; Francis Wilson
|Numéro OCLC :||122593627|
|Description :||12 items.|
 1888, March 8, to Mrs. Laura Hyde (Woodworth) Stedman, Chicago [1 l.].--"Your father tells me that you are living in Chicago." He wishes to see her and give her tickets for the McVicker's theater.
 1888, November 27, to Mrs. Mary A. Hawthorne [1 l.].--He sens a cheque, discusses his projected trip East, and says he wants to see her husband, Julian Hawthorne.  1889, February 21, to Francis Wilson [1 l.].--Discusses some rare books he can obtain for Mr. Wilson.  1889, January 23 [1 l.].--Printed description from a dealer's catalogue of a letter from Field to Marie Jansen dated Jan. 23, 1889.
 1889, November 26, London, to Francis Wilson [1 l.].--Advises him to purchase parts of the original Pickwick Papers. With portrait with signed quotation by Eugene Field.  1891, June 22, to Francis Wilson [1 l.].--Gives advice about some details in the publication of Wilson's poems.  1892, May [1 l.]. Autographed portrait of Field.  1893, June 28, to Francis Wilson [1 l.]. With bookplate.--Approves of Wilson's bookplate, mentions the great fair and his (Field's) introduction to First Editions of American Authors.  1893, July 19 [1 l.]. [List of poems?]. Marked "For Madison, Wis."