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Letters to the Rev. Julius Hammond Ward 1864-1891.

Author: Robert Lowell; J H Ward
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript : English
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Letters discuss his writings and philosophy. Topics include a steam frigate trip, remodeling of his rectory, Ward's transfer to Marblehead, death of his son, failure to fulfill expectations of him as an author, sending copies of his work to Ward for a possible biography, Ward's being cheated on a horse, his attempt to finish "Dr. Robert Lowell and his writings," an autobiography and bibliography, lack of respect for  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters (Correspondence)
Named Person: Henry Mason Baum; Phillips Brooks; Caleb Sprague Henry; Thomas Hughes; James Russell Lowell; Robert Lowell; Robert Lowell; Robert Lowell; Robert Lowell; Alberto Paoletti; Charles Norton; William Stevens Perry
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Lowell; J H Ward
OCLC Number: 647812010
Notes: Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
Description: 15 items.
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Letters discuss his writings and philosophy. Topics include a steam frigate trip, remodeling of his rectory, Ward's transfer to Marblehead, death of his son, failure to fulfill expectations of him as an author, sending copies of his work to Ward for a possible biography, Ward's being cheated on a horse, his attempt to finish "Dr. Robert Lowell and his writings," an autobiography and bibliography, lack of respect for newspaper theology, health, a portrait, and the election of Phillips Brooks as Bishop.

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