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|Named Person:||Thomas Doughty; Nathaniel Parker Willis; Nathaniel Parker Willis|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Nathaniel Parker Willis; Charles D Ferguson; Charles DeForest Fredricks; Abraham Hart; Benson John Lossing; George Lunting; Brantz Mayer; Erastus Dow Palmer; Martin Archer Shee; J B Van Schaick; Teresa Griffin Vielé
|Notes:||In Rare Books and Manuscripts, University Libraries, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa. (#1995-0013R/VF Lit).|
Also, to Benson J. Lossing, 16 July 1859, about Lossing's upcoming visit to Idlewild; to C. Ferguson, 13 August 1863, about an essay Ferguson wrote and suggesting he write about noise in the cities, and devise a nom-de-plume; to Mrs. Gen. Viele, 10 March 1864, about his poor health and arranging to visit her; to J.B. Van Schaick, 14 February [no year], about his poor health and negative opinion of women; to an unknown editor, 17 March [after 1846], about publishing his prose, editorials in the Home Journal, and his health; to Miss Clarke, n.d., about an engraving from a portrait; to Mrs. Watts, [after 1836], about visiting her; to William Hayden, office of Boston atlas, 24 May n.y., denying authorship of a letter and suggests it was I.F. Otis.