J. S. Bliss Correspondence 1867-1882

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J. S. Bliss Correspondence, 1867-1882

J. S. Bliss Correspondence 1867-1882

Papers of the Wisconsin-based lecture agent and promoter who arranged for both American and European speakers to tour the American West. Includes incoming letters from social reformers, political activists, authors, journalists, and performers concerning arrangements for their lecture tours. Letters include discussions of lecture fees, subject matter of lectures, scheduling, and accommodations. Correspondents include Charles Bradlaugh, B. Gratz Brown, Jason Mason Brown, Ned Buntline, Will Carleton, Lewis Carmichael, Mrs. Edwin Hubbell Chapin, Robert Laird Collier, Russell Conwell, Charlotte Cushman, Washington Donaldson, Neal Dow, Paul DuChaillu, Volney French, Grace Greenwood, Asa Burnham Hutchinson, Judson Kilpatrick, Dio Lewis, David Locke, Olive Logan, J.E. McCarthy, John J. Pinkerton, John Wesley Powell, Abby Sage Richardson, John Ripley, John Godfrey Saxe, John Strachan, David Swing, Benjamin Franklin Taylor, George Francis Train, O.P. Whitcomb, Victoria Woodhull, and others.

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Dow, Neal, 1804-1897

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Locke, David Ross, 1833-1888

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Cushman, Charlotte, 1816-1876

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Donaldson, Washington.

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Greenwood, Grace, 1823-1904

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Train, George Francis, 1829-1904

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Powell, John Wesley, 1834-1902

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Conwell, Russell H., 1843-1925

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Du Chaillu, Paul Belloni, 1831-1903

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Hutchinson, Asa B.

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Richardson, Abby Sage, 1837-1900

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Carleton, Will, 1845-1912

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Carleton was a Michigan poet. He was born on Oct. 21, 1845 in Hudson (Mich.), the son of John H. and Celestia Carleton. After graduating from Hillsdale College (1869), he became a newspaper reporter and, later, part owner of the newspaper. Carleton edited the Detroit Weekly Tribune. He founded and published Everywhere magazine, 1894-1912. Carleton was a poet and lecturer at Hillsdale College, 1887-1912. He published from 1871-1913. Carleton (Mich.), Carelton Highway, and Will Carleton Road West ...

Buntline, Ned, 1822 or 1823-1886

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Adventurer and author. From the description of Note of Ned Buntline, undated. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79452244 ...

Strachan, John, 1838-1918

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