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Papers of Alice and Phoebe Cary, 1850-1870.

Author: Alice Cary; Phoebe Cary
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence discussing family, social and domestic life, health, writing, the work of other authors, travel (including a letter describing a trip by steamer and rail from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Waltham, Mass.), and the people at their weekly "at-homes", including P.T. Barnum, Horace Greeley, Thomas Allen Jenckes, Thomas Wallace Knox, and Whitelaw Reid; together with mss. of their poems Adelied, Alas, An Answer to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Poems
Correspondence
Poetry
Named Person: P T Barnum; Charles F Deems; James Thomas Fields; Richard Watson Gilder; Horace Greeley; Thomas A Jenckes; Thomas Wallace Knox; James R Osgood; Whitelaw Reid; Richard Henry Stoddard
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Alice Cary; Phoebe Cary
OCLC Number: 28415115
Notes: The material described in this catalog record is located in the collections of the University of Virginia Library (Charlottesville).
Forms part of the repository's Clifton Waller Barrett Library of American Literature.
Description: 75 items.
Other Titles: Barrett Library of American Literature in the University of Virginia Library.

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Correspondence discussing family, social and domestic life, health, writing, the work of other authors, travel (including a letter describing a trip by steamer and rail from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Waltham, Mass.), and the people at their weekly "at-homes", including P.T. Barnum, Horace Greeley, Thomas Allen Jenckes, Thomas Wallace Knox, and Whitelaw Reid; together with mss. of their poems Adelied, Alas, An Answer to the Last Verse of Friend Whittier's Poem 'The Singer, ' Comfort, Three Wrens, Uncertainty, and Winter's Song. Correspondents include Charles F. Deems, James Thomas Fields, Richard Watson Gilder, James Ripley Osgood, and Richard Henry Stoddard.

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