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Author: Lewis GannettGannett family.Caleb GannettEzra S GannettJohn Mico GannettAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, manuscripts, diaries, journals, notebooks, legal and business papers, memorabilia, photos, and other papers, together with Gannett family papers. Includes correspondence of Gannett's grandfather and father, Unitarian clergymen Ezra Stiles Gannett of Boston and William Channing Gannett; 91 letters, 1796-1817, from Gannett's great-grandfather Caleb Gannett to John Mico Gannett, and journals of his  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Autobiographies
Diaries
Family papers
Juvenilia
Manuscripts for publication
Photographs
Named Person: Lewis Gannett; Lewis Gannett
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Lewis Gannett; Gannett family.; Caleb Gannett; Ezra S Gannett; John Mico Gannett; William C Gannett; Anna Tilden
OCLC Number: 122335947
Description: 51 boxes (25.5 linear ft.)
Other Titles: Cream hill.

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Correspondence, manuscripts, diaries, journals, notebooks, legal and business papers, memorabilia, photos, and other papers, together with Gannett family papers. Includes correspondence of Gannett's grandfather and father, Unitarian clergymen Ezra Stiles Gannett of Boston and William Channing Gannett; 91 letters, 1796-1817, from Gannett's great-grandfather Caleb Gannett to John Mico Gannett, and journals of his grandmother Anna Tilden Gannett. Lewis Gannett's correspondence (including some carbon copies of outgoing letters) reflects his interests in current literature and in political activities such as the American Fund for Public Service. There are many letters from authors of volumes published in Doubleday's Mainstream of America Series, edited by Gannett. Manuscripts include juvenile compositions and early writings reflecting his initial desire to be a naturalist; essays and book reviews; Cream Hill, his book about country life; the Harper Book of Family Verse, which Gannett edited; and an incomplete autobiography.

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