Papers of Charles A. Dana 1844-1895. (Archival material, 1844) [WorldCat.org]
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Papers of Charles A. Dana 1844-1895.

Author: Charles A DanaC R DeaconOctavius Brooks FrothinghamWill Owen JonesJohn Williamson PalmerAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Dana discusses the Brook Farm experiment, its founder George Ripley, members John S. Dwight, George W. Curtis, and Georgiana Bruce Kirby, and the Fourier controversy. Other topics include an uncle's debts, John Williamson Palmer's "Folk Songs," and the death of Robert Gould Shaw.

Routine invitations and responses, a letter of introduction and three photographs complete the collection.

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Genre/Form: Letters (Correspondence)
History
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Named Person: George William Curtis; John Sullivan Dwight; Charles Fourier; Georgiana Bruce Kirby; Charles Eliot Norton; John Williamson Palmer; George Ripley; Robert Gould Shaw; Robert Gould Shaw; George Ripley; Charles Eliot Norton; Georgiana Bruce Kirby; Charles Fourier; John Sullivan Dwight; George William Curtis
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles A Dana; C R Deacon; Octavius Brooks Frothingham; Will Owen Jones; John Williamson Palmer; George Ripley; Bayard Taylor; Albert Haller Tracy
OCLC Number: 647833820
Notes: Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
Description: 12 items
Other Titles: Charles A. Dana papers
Barrett-Charles A. Dana papers
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Dana discusses the Brook Farm experiment, its founder George Ripley, members John S. Dwight, George W. Curtis, and Georgiana Bruce Kirby, and the Fourier controversy. Other topics include an uncle's debts, John Williamson Palmer's "Folk Songs," and the death of Robert Gould Shaw.

Routine invitations and responses, a letter of introduction and three photographs complete the collection.

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