RT Book, Whole DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 43743174 LA English T1 Paul Hamilton Hayne papers, A1 Hayne, Paul Hamilton,, Cooke, John Esten,, Harris, Joel Chandler,, YR 1849 AB Chiefly correspondence re Hayne's literary activities; including letter, 5 July 1860, Aiken, S.C., Paul H. Hayne, to [Horatio] Woodman, re a derogatory editorial re William Gilmore Simms and his relocation from Charleston to Aiken, S.C., because of his wife's ill health; letters, 4 Nov. 1864, 12 Oct. 1878, and 27 Dec. 1879, Greenville, S.C., and Copse Hill, Ga., Paul H. Hayne, to [Catherine Gendron Poyas], re her health and literary works. Letter, 2 Apr. 1873, Millwood, Clark County, Va., J. Esten Cooke, to Paul H. Hayne, re Hayne's publication of Henry Timrod's biography and poems and urging him to write a biography of William Gilmore Simms; letters, 1874-1883, Augusta, Ga., Paul H. Hayne, to James Maurice Thompson, re poetry literary criticism, and politics. Three letters, 15 Sept. 1869, 13 Mar. 1872, and 26 Sept. 1878, written by Hayne from Copse Hill (Augusta, Ga.) to Dr. William Owen Baldwin, a physician of Montgomery, Alabama, in which he congratulates Baldwin for publication of a pamphlet reprinting text of his speech before the medical association in New Orleans. Letter, 14 Jan. 1883, Atlanta, Ga., Joel Chandler Harris, to Paul H. Hayne, re Chandler's appreciation of Hayne's literary work; undated pencil sketch, re two views of Copse Hill, Paul H. Hayne's home in Augusta, Ga.; also including printed articles, 1875-1912, poems, literary essays, and criticisms re Paul H. Hayne's work; undated carte de visite, re Mrs. Emily McElhenny Hayne; and two undated photographs, of William Hamilton Hayne and Paul Hamilton Hayne. Letter, 11 Apr. 1877, Oliver Wendell Holmes to Paul Hamilton Hayne, responding sympathetically to poems, "South Carolina" and "Vision," sent by Hayne, commenting on the trials of Reconstruction endured by South Carolina, and expressing belief that President Rutherford B. Hayes would improve the conditions discussed in Hayne's poems.