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Julia Ward Howe letters, 1852-1910.

Author: Julia Ward Howe; Viola Allen; F B Sanborn
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Allison-Shelley manuscript collection
Database:WorldCat
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The collection consist of five letters: to "Ottimo Amico," 3 Jan. 1852, comparing poems with an invitation to dine; to Mr. J.T. Steinberger, 18 May 1905, acknowledging receipt of one hundred dollars for her part in editing Representative women of New England, and lamenting the book's poor sales; to my dear sir, 21 Feb. 1910, reminiscing about theologian Theodore Parker; to Miss Viola Allen, 22 April 1910, thanking  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters
Correspondence
Named Person: Julia Ward Howe; Theodore Parker
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Julia Ward Howe; Viola Allen; F B Sanborn
OCLC Number: 50033133
Notes: In Rare Books and Manuscripts, University Libraries, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA (#1993-0055R/A-S/VF Lit).
Description: 5 items.

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The collection consist of five letters: to "Ottimo Amico," 3 Jan. 1852, comparing poems with an invitation to dine; to Mr. J.T. Steinberger, 18 May 1905, acknowledging receipt of one hundred dollars for her part in editing Representative women of New England, and lamenting the book's poor sales; to my dear sir, 21 Feb. 1910, reminiscing about theologian Theodore Parker; to Miss Viola Allen, 22 April 1910, thanking her for providing box seat tickets for Saturday's matinee; and to F.B. Sanborn, undated, expressing unwillingness to review a book.

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