Bernard Barton manuscript material : 15 items ca. 1819-1846


Bernard Barton manuscript material : 15 items ca. 1819-1846

Autograph poem, "The Nautilis" : (MISC 1980) : signed fair copy, addressed to "W. Morley for Jos. Cooper" ; begins, "The Nautilis, when Heaven is bright / Up-lifts its tiny sail ...".

15 items


SNAC Resource ID: 6310196

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