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The infinitesimals and their discoverer : holograph poem ; correspondence with Arlo Bates, July 20th, 1894 ; and Walter Smith, Esq., Mr. Clarke, Nov. 10, 1875, Mrs. Bowles, 241 Beacon St., April 18, Mr. Bixby, 241 Beacon Street, Feb. 26, Secretary of Am. Lit. Com.tee of N.E.W.C., 241 Beacon St., Nov. 7, 1900, Preview this item
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The infinitesimals and their discoverer : holograph poem ; correspondence with Arlo Bates, July 20th, 1894 ; and Walter Smith, Esq., Mr. Clarke, Nov. 10, 1875, Mrs. Bowles, 241 Beacon St., April 18, Mr. Bixby, 241 Beacon Street, Feb. 26, Secretary of Am. Lit. Com.tee of N.E.W.C., 241 Beacon St., Nov. 7, 1900, "Little friend", 241 Beacon St., Jan. 8, 1888 ; 4 photographs ; a printed poem "Unbar the gate, unlock the doors" ; an invitation to Mrs. Howe's 70th birthday ; envelope in Mrs. Howe's hand, 11 letters to MIss Rebecca Wetherell and 10 envelopes ; letter to her publisher.

Author: Julia Ward HoweArlo BatesFlorence Howe HallRebecca WetherellEllen Gould Harmon WhiteAll authors
Publisher: 1819-1910.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Cairns Collection of American Women Writers
Database:WorldCat
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Letter to Walter Smith was written on the verso of a printed list of questions concerning women's issues for the 3rd Women's Congress. One photograph includes an autograph. The printed poem "Unbar the gate" has editorial corrections by hand. Letters to Rebecca Wetherell and 10 envelopes between 1891-1903 relating to speaking engagements and staying with Miss Wetherell during these times. One of these letters is by  Read more...
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Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Julia Ward Howe; Arlo Bates; Florence Howe Hall; Rebecca Wetherell; Ellen Gould Harmon White; Maude Howe Elliott; Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards; James Thomas Fields; University of Wisconsin--Madison. Libraries. Department of Special Collections.; Cairns Collection of American Women Writers.
OCLC Number: 18031909
Notes: Holographs, signed.
Includes also Letter by Maude Howe Elliott to My dear Mr. Appleton, n.p., n.d.
Description: 28 items : ill.
Other Titles: Cairns Collection. Part B. Howe
Infinitesimals and their discoverer (poem)
Unbar the gate, unlock the doors (poem)
Fine lady (poem)

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Letter to Walter Smith was written on the verso of a printed list of questions concerning women's issues for the 3rd Women's Congress. One photograph includes an autograph. The printed poem "Unbar the gate" has editorial corrections by hand. Letters to Rebecca Wetherell and 10 envelopes between 1891-1903 relating to speaking engagements and staying with Miss Wetherell during these times. One of these letters is by Howe's daughter, Florence Howe Hall. Letter to her publisher correcting some dates and facts about some lectures and writing for proofs of an unidentified work. Note beginning "Thanks little friend" wishing she and Ellen Gould would work with the A.A.W. Letter to Mr. Clarke mentioning the Chicago Women's Club & her daughter Maude. Note to Mrs. Bowles stating she does not appear free & giving her fee. Letter to Mr. Bixby thanking him for tickets for his course of lectures. Letter to the secretary of the New England Woman's Club about lecturing and club business. Letter fragment, no heading, responding to comments on a manuscript of Howe's & mentioning staying with her daughter, Mrs. Laura E. Richards. Note to Mr. Fields discussing wording of a poem, "The fine lady" published in the Atlantic Monthly, v. 11, no. 63, January 1863.

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