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Niles, Thomas 1825-1894

Works: 32 works in 38 publications in 1 language and 149 library holdings
Genres: Photographs  Records and correspondence  Personal narratives  Portraits  History  Interviews  Reviews 
Roles: Author
Classifications: HC59.15, 929.2
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Genealogy of the Niles family by Thomas Niles( Book )
1 edition published in 1868 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Papers of Sarah Chauncey Woolsey by Susan Coolidge( Book )
in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
The papers contain the manuscript of a story "Queen log and queen stork," fourteen poems including a tribute to Rose Terry Cooke, a quotation, and a fragment of an essay
Papers of Louise Chandler Moulton by Louise Chandler Moulton( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The papers contain 20 poems and brief essays by Moulton, as well as some photographs and prints of her. The bulk of the collection consists chiefly of correspondence to various editors and publishers, and friends especially Julius Chambers, Herbert E. Clark, Florence Ellen Hungerford Milnes Henniker, Herbert Stuart Stone, and Leonard Charles Van Noppen. Chandler discusses books she wants to review for various publications, her poetry, fellow authors particularly Philip Bourke Marston, her travels, speaking engagements, English copyrights, various publishers including Copeland & Day, Roberts Brothers, Chatto & Windus, and Mathews & Lane, her health, the Dreyfus affair, and the Boer War
Thomas Niles papers by Thomas Niles( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Papers of Thomas Niles of Boston, Mass., including a letter to his brother William (4 Feb. 1839); two letters from Senator Henry Clay thanking Niles for his support of the 1833 Compromise Tariff (26 Nov. 1843) and for a copy of the constitution of the Clay Club of Boston (6 Dec. 1843); Niles's passport, signed by William H. Seward (7 Oct. 1861); a deed to a lot at Mount Auburn Cemetery (7 Jan. 1868); and an undated letter from Senator Charles Sumner accepting a petition and promising to present it. As a teenager in 1813, Niles sailed from Boston onboard the brig Ulysses, which was captured by the British ship Majestic. The collection contains two documents related to this incident: his certificate of protection against the British (13 Apr. 1813) and a note, written by Niles in 1868, about his capture and imprisonment at Melville Island, Halifax, and Dartmoor Prison, England, where he witnessed the Dartmoor Massacre of 6 Apr. 1815
Papers of Mary Mapes Dodge by Mary Mapes Dodge( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Letters to Thomas Niles and William Carey comment on Donald and Dorothy mentioning royalty payments, the non-illustrated edition, the plates, value of the manuscript, the writing and manuscript preparation, possibility of an additional chapter or sequel and hopes for its success
James Russell Letters by James Russell Lowell( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Collection includes two letters from James Russell Lowell: J. R. L to Mr. [Thomas?] Niles (1 p.) 1866 February 15; and J. R. L. to W. M. R. French [with envelope] (1 p.) 1886 January 11
Yellow wasps, Parts 1 & 2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Part 1: Extended excerpts from the documentary "Yellow Wasps," directed by Ilan Ziv and produced by Jovan Dulovic and Rory O'Connor, examines ethnic cleansing in the former Yugoslavia through a war crimes trial of a Serbian para-military group called "Yellow Wasps." Journalists and survivors relate their personal experiences. Part II: Examines the discovery of concentration camps in the former Yugoslavia and the response of the international community. Former U.S. Secretary of State, Lawrence Eagleburger, is interviewed on the moral implications of non-intervention
Papers of John James Piatt by John James Piatt( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The collection includes manuscripts of Piatt's poetry, a clipping about him, and a number of his letters. In the letters Piatt promotes his wife's poetry, makes critical suggestions to other poets, complains about charges levelled against Donn Piatt, describes his travel plans, and requests a change in his consulate posting
Frederic Alcott Pratt papers on Louisa May Alcott's literary estate by Frederic Alcott Pratt( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Papers include: letters from publishers, law firms, and investment agencies regarding the finances and property of the Louisa May Alcott literary estate; receipts and invoices regarding investments and mortgages held under the estate; and personal letters written to FAP regarding the Alcott family. Includes one letter regarding the estate of Amos Bronson Alcott
Correspondence with Mr. Arlo Bates, Mr. White, John Lane, Mr. Gilder, Mr. Wingate, Vivian Burnett, Mr. [Thomas?] Niles of Roberts Brothers Pub. Co., Mr. Champlin, Mrs. Bush, Mrs. Nixon, Mr. Smith, Mr. Locker-Lampson, Miss Clarke, Mrs. Otto B. Cole, and others : and holograph poems ; and 29 inscriptions from books formerly owned by Moulton and one newspaper clipping ; letters to Mrs. Moulton from F.W.H. Myers and Basil Wilberforce by Louise Chandler Moulton( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Includes: 31 letters to Arlo Bates, 20 letters to John Lane, 4 letters to Mr. Niles, and letters to various other correspondents. Several holograph poems are included. Few letters dated; other dates inferred by subject matter
James Russell Lowell letters and photographs by James Russell Lowell( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The collection consists of twelve letters, a report, an autograph, and three photographs. Recipients include Matthew Arnold, E.C. Appleton, Dawson Turner, E.J. Phelps, R.W. Gilder, Thomas Niles, and Penington and son. Topics include Sir Isaac Newton, Jean Ingelow, a book order, Walt Whitman, the Charles River Bridge, and various invitations. Also includes a report of a meeting discussing slavery, and three photographs of Lowell, including one by Mathew Brady
Papers consisting of correspondence, literary manuscripts, legal documents, book reviews, and photocopies by Louisa May Alcott( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Correspondence discusses her literary career, the writing and publication of her novels & short stories, her family, friends, financial affairs, her health & physicians, and her social life. In addition, there are references to the Concord School of Philosophy, and the career of artist Abigail May Alcott. Correspondents include: Abigail May Alcott, Amos Bronson Alcott, John Sewall Pratt Alcott, Ariadne Blish, Lydia Maria Francis Child, William Warland Clapp, Mary Mapes Dodge, J.R. Elliott, ed. of Flag of our union; Daniel Sharp Ford, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, Horace B. Fuller, Laura Hosmer, A.K. Loring, Thomas Niles, William J. Niles, J.R. Osgood, Lydia Dodge Cabot Parker, Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, Anna Alcott Pratt, James Redpath, Sampson Low, Son & Marston, London; Scribner & Company, New York; Tauchitz, publishers, Leipzig; Howard Malcom Ticknor, William Hayes Ward. There is also correspondence & documents regarding the will and estate of Miss Alcott; and correspondence between John S.P. Alcott and Jessie Bonstelle Stuart regarding the dramatization of Little Women [ca. 35 items]. There are complete manuscripts for many of her short stories; and pages from the following: An old fashioned girl, Daisy's ball, Jack and Jill, Jo's boys, and The pickwick. Printed material includes obituaries of Miss Alcott, and reviews of her works. There are also photographs, a silhouette, and a portrait of Miss Alcott
Papers of Helen Hunt Jackson by Helen Hunt Jackson( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Most of the correspondence is to editors and publishers concerning her interest in North American Indians and the publication of her books, articles, and poems. A few letters compliment other authors on their work
Craigville, Mass., to Thomas Niles by Edmund H Garrett( Archival Material )
1 edition published in 1893 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
[1] 1893, August 4.--Will revise the drawings "Mists" and "Cobwebs" for Such As They Are as suggested. The drawings can be used as headings or full page. [2] 1893, August 17.--Encloses a bill for work done
Scrapbook : of the Roberts Brothers press by Mass.) Roberts Brothers (Boston( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The collection contains correspondence, reviews and clippings chiefly pertaining to the publication of William Mellen Chamberlain's "Manuela Paredes" as part of the "No name" series. Twenty of the letters are from Thomas Niles. Other correspondents include Edward Abbott, Mellen Chamberlain and John L. Thompson
New economy, old politics do we need new rules to ensure fair growth? ( visu )
1 edition published in 2001 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A moderated panel discussion held at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism on February 14, 2001 as part of the Reuters Forum 2001
Robert Brothers (Boston, Mass.) letters to Louisa May Alcott by Mass.) Roberts Brothers (Boston( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Letters from Thomas Niles (representing Roberts Brothers) to writer Louisa May Alcott. Also includes other materials relating to Alcott's publishing
Papers of Amos Bronson Alcott by Amos Bronson Alcott( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The collection also contains photographs of Alcott, of L.M. Alcott, and buildings associated with them and a ticket for the Concord School of Philosophy signed by Alcott
Letters received and other papers by Mass.) Roberts Brothers (Boston( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Letters from authors to Thomas Niles at Roberts Brothers and to Little, Brown and Company, the successor firm. Includes: Letters from Anna Bowman Dodd, 1900-1903, concerning the contract for Falaise and a new book that she is writing, Caen; Samuel Adams Drake; Oliver Wendell Holmes, 1916, with corrections to the text of a book of legal writings; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1879, his appreciation for the loan of [Philip Gilbert Hamerton's] Isles of Loch Awe; George Meredith, 1892-1896; Francis Parkman, 1892, concerning the contract for the illustrated Oregon Trail; Olive Schreiner (4 letters), 1896, concerning articles she has or wishes to submit for publication, with a note from S.C. Cronwright-Schreiner enclosing a printed dedication by Olive Schreiner to Sir George Grey; and brief letters from Edwin Arnold (fragment), Mary Mapes Dodge, Edmund H. Garrett, Flora L. Shaw, and Lily F. Wesselhoeft. With: A group of cancelled royalty checks signed by Louisa May Alcott, Mary Mapes Dodge, Edward Everett Hale, Helen Jackson, John Boyle O'Reilly, and Harriet Beecher Stowe, and signed receipts from Christina Rossetti and Evelyn Whittaker; autographed limitation pages by A. Edward Newton (including his Why autographed editions?), George Arliss, David Belasco, Donn Byrne, Barton Wood Currie, Mazo De la Roche, George S. Hellman, James Hilton, Emil Ludwig, A.S.W. Rosenbach, Odell Shepard, and Frances Winwar
Letter, to Thomas Niles by Jean Ingelow( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
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Niles, Mr. (Thomas), 1825-1894
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