Ralph Waldo Emerson miscellaneous correspondence, 1825-1881.
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Harvard College was founded by a vote of the Great and General Court of Massachusetts on October 28, 1636 that allocated “400£ towards a schoale or colledge.” Subsequent legislative acts established the Board of Overseers, but it was the Charter of 1650 that created the Harvard Corporation as the College's primary governing board and defined its composition and authority. The College Charter became a contentious target for College officials, the Massachusetts Governor and General C...
Emerson, Lidian Jackson, 1802-1892
Lidian Jackson Emerson (born Lydia Jackson; September 20, 1802 – November 13, 1892) was the second wife of American essayist, lecturer, poet and leader of the nineteenth century Transcendentalism movement, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and mother of his four children. An intellectual, she was involved in many social issues of her day, advocating for the abolition of slavery, the rights of women and of Native Americans and the welfare of animals, and campaigned for her famous husband to take a public stan...
Aldrich, Talbot Bailey, 1868-1957
Son of Thomas Bailey Aldrich who was a New Hampshire-born author and poet. His mother was Mary Elizabeth "Lillian" Woodman....
Ward, Anna Hazard Barker, 1813-1900
The courtship of Anna Barker and Samuel Ward has been immortalized by the author Eleanor M Tilton in her article titled "The True Romance of Anna Hazard Barker and Samuel Grey Ward", published in the journal Studies in the American Renaissance in 1987. Anna and Samuel had at least 4 children: Anna Barker Ward who married Joseph Thoron, Lydia Gray Ward who married Richard Von Hoffman, Thomas Wren Ward who married Sophia Read Howard, and Elizabeth Barker Ward who married Ernst Augustus Shoenber...
Ward, Samuel Gray, 1817-1907
Samuel Gray Ward (October 3, 1817 – November 17, 1907) was an American poet, author, and minor member of the Transcendentalism movement. He was also a banker and a co-founder of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Among his circle of contemporaries were poets and writers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Margaret Fuller who were deeply disappointed when Ward gave up a career in writing for business just before he married. Ward was born on October 3, 1817 in Portland, Maine. He was the son of Lydia ...
Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909
Edward Everett Hale (1822-1909) was an American author and Unitarian minister. Hale was involved in many social reform movements, including abolition and popular education. He is best known for his 1863 short story, "The Man Without a Country," which promoted patriotic support of the Union. From the guide to the Edward Everett Hale Letters, 1884-1897, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) ...
Ticknor and Fields
Ticknor and Fields of Boston, Massachusetts was the premier "literary" publishing house in the United States during the middle years of the nineteenth century. Ticknor and Fields originated in the firm of Allen and Ticknor established in 1832. The partners in Ticknor and Fields were William D. Ticknor (one of the partners in Allen and Ticknor) and James T. Fields, who entered the firm as a junior partner in 1843. Fields edited the Atlantic monthly from 1861-1870. Fields was also a wri...
Harris, Thaddeus William, 1795-1856
Harris (Harvard, A.B. 1815; M.D. 1820) served as Librarian of Harvard, 1831-1856 and also lectured on natural history at Harvard, 1837-1842. He published about 100 articles on insects and insect-related diseases, compiled indexes to major works on entomology, and also wrote on squashes and pumpkins for the New England farmer. From the description of Papes of Thaddeus William Harris, 1818?-1852 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 40961354 ...
Andover-Harvard Theological Library
The Libraries of Harvard Divinity School and the Andover Theological Seminary were combined in 1911 to form the Andover-Harvard Theological Library. The library is located in Andover Hall at Harvard University. From the description of General information by and about the Andover-Harvard Theological Library. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77065948 The Libraries of Harvard Divinity School and Andover Theological Seminary were combined in 1911 to form the Andover-Har...
James Munroe and Company
James Munroe and Company, publishers and booksellers, were located at 134 Washington Street in Boston and also in Cambridge, Mass., during the middle part of the nineteenth century. The head of the company was James Munroe (1808-1861), who was born in Lexington, Mass., the son of James Munroe (1775-1848) and Margaret Watson Munroe ( - ). In 1834 he married Sarah Russell Mason Fiske (1808- ). They had two daughters. From the description of Correspondence, 1833-1866. (Unknown). WorldCa...
Massachusetts Historical Society
Emerson, William, 1701-1782
Mrs. William Allen Nelson
Mrs. Parsons Plummer
Bartol, Cyrus Augustus
Capt. William Emerson
Charles Stearns Wheeler
Capt. Robert Bennet Forbes House.
Mr. William Henry Bond
Epithet: Reverend British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000703.0x000230 Epithet: Domina British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000703.0x00022d Epithet: Miss British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000703.0x00022f ...
Sarah Swain (Hathaway) Forbes
Emerson, Ellen Tucker, 1839-1909
Second child and elder daughter of philosopher, essayist, poet, and lecturer Ralph Waldo Emerson and his wife Lidian (Lydia Jackson) Emerson, Ellen Tucker Emerson (1839-1909) was a resident of Concord, Massachusetts. She was born at Bush (the Emerson home on the Cambridge Turnpike) and named for her father’s first wife. She attended Elizabeth Sedgwick’s school for girls in Lenox, Massachusetts, the Agassiz School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Frank Sanborn’s school in Concord. Never marri...
Ralph Waldo Emerson Memorial Association.
Prof. Frank Taussig
Sidney Henry Morse
Goodwin, William Watson, 1831-1912
Goodwin graduated from Harvard in 1851 and taught Greek literature at Harvard. From the description of Papers of William Watson Goodwin, 1853-1929 (inclusive), 1879-1911 (bulk). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77069361 Epithet: Professor of Greek at Harvard University British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000696.0x0001d2 ...
Sarah A. Bradford
Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862
Henry David Thoreau (b. July 12, 1817, Concord, Massachusetts-d. May 6, 1862, Concord, Massachusetts), American author, lecturer, naturalist, student of Native American artifacts and life, transcendentalist, land surveyor, and life-long resident of Concord, Massachusetts. He was an active opponent of slavery and a social critic. He graduated from Harvard College in 1837....
A. W. Armour
Ralph Waldo Emerson Association
John, Owen, 1918-
Fields, James Thomas, 1817-1881
James Thomas Fields, American publisher and author, was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire in 1817. At the age of 17, he went to Boston to clerk in a booksellers shop. While clerking, he often wrote for newspapers and in 1839 he became junior partner in the publishing and bookselling firm known after 1846 as Ticknor and Fields, and after 1868 as Fields, Osgood & Company. He was the publisher of several prominent contemporary American and British writers. Besides just publishing the authors, h...
New York State Library. Law Library
In 1969 a survey was conducted by State Library staff of records held at the Elm Street Garage in Albany, also known as "the cage" for the Library for the Blind. Staff recommended the records (300 boxes comprising records of the Department of Public Instruction, ca. 1953, and some plates of Museum publications) be transferred as archival to the State Library and moved to the library warehouse, or elsewhere. A section in the cage would be retained for storage of magnetic/audio tapes. The aim was ...
Gannett, Ezra S. (Ezra Stiles), 1801-1871
American Unitarian divine. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Boston, to Messrs. Monroe & Co., 1850 May 9. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 269564796 Ezra Stiles Gannett (1801-1871) graduated from Harvard College in 1820, and from Harvard Divinity School in 1823. He served as an overseer of the University from 1835 to 1858. Ordained in 1824, Reverend Gannett became an assistant minister at the Federal Street Church (Unitarian) in Boston and became its pastor...
Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer, 1804-1894
Elizabeth Palmer Peabody was at the center of the Transcendentalist movement in New England. Although she wrote and published many works, she is best remembered for her support and friendship of Emerson, Hawthorne, Margaret Fuller and many others. She published the journal Dial, founded the famous West Street Book Shop and Publishing House, and introduced kindergarten to America. From the description of Elizabeth Palmer Peabody letters, 1846-1854. (Pennsylvania State University Libra...
Forbes, W. Cameron
Forbes, John Murray, 1813-1898
Philanthropist, abolitionist. Contributed to the building of the railroad system in the United States. From the description of John Murray Forbes letter to George William Curtis, [manuscript], 1891 January 24. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 263078000 Forbes was a Boston businessman who was engaged in the China trade early in his life and later involved in railroad development in the American West. From the description of Letters from various corres...
Isaacs, Lewis M...
Perkins, Charles C. (Charles Callahan), 1823-1886
Epithet: author and art critic British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000561.0x000053 Painter, etcher, author, art and music critic, of Boston, Mass. Perkins graduated from Harvard in 1843; studied art in Rome and Paris; promoted art education for the masses; organized the Boston Art Club and served as president, 1869-1879; was a founder and honorary director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston...
Hoar, George Frisbie, 1826-1904
U. S. Senator from Massachusetts. From the description of George Frisbie Hoar letter to S. S. McClure [manuscript], 1894 January 5. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 694733616 George Frisbie Hoar (1826-1904) was a Republican Senator from Massachusetts (1877-1904). From the description of Autograph collection, 1598-1945. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122405022 From the guide to the George Frisbie Hoar autograph collection, 1598-194...
William G. Bryan
William Bradley Dorr
Jackson, Charles T. (Charles Thomas), 1805-1880
Physician, chemist, and geologist. From the description of Papers of Charles T. Jackson, 1829-1915. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71066585 Physician and chemist. From the description of Papers, 1871, July 21-Aug. 9, Boston. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 35149330 ...
Hedge, Frederic Henry, 1805-1890
Frederic Henry Hedge was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1805, the son of Levi Hedge, a professor of logic at Harvard, and Mary Kneeland Hedge, the granddaughter of Edward Holyoke, president of Harvard (1737-1769). After spending 4 years studying in Germany he attemded Harvard University starting in 1822 and graduated in 1825. He studied theology in the Divinity School in Cambridge and was ordained in 1829. He served as pastor in West Cambridge, Massachusetts; Bangor, Maine; Providence, Rhod...
Child, Francis James, 1825-1896
The materials in this bound volume were generated due to a manuscript called the "Harris manuscript." The Harris manuscript was written down by the sisters Amelia Harris (1815-1891) and Jane Harris (1823-1897). They compiled a family repertoire of Scottish ballads, mainly passed on orally to the sisters by their mother, Grace Dow Harris (Mrs. David Harris) (b.1782). This manuscript and some correspondence was purchased in 1873 by Professor Francis James Child of Harvard University who was a scho...
Charles B. Palmer
Edith (Emerson) Forbes
Andrews, Mary Evans
Concord Free Library
Fisher, George Park, 1827-1909
Mrs. M. A. Potter
R.W.Emerson Memorial Association
Stoddard, Charles Warren
Armour, Alexander William
Hon. W. Cameron Forbes
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882
Poet, from Cambridge (Middlesex Co.), Mass. From the description of Papers, 1859-1874. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 19903002 American author and poet. From the description of A psalm of life, fourth verse, 1850. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 274069802 American teacher, translator, and poet. From the description of Letter, Nahant, Mass., to Mrs. T.B. Lawrence, Newport, 1872 July 20. (Boston Athenaeum...
Mrs. Eric Schroeder
Elizabeth Brown Francis
Upham, Charles Wentworth, 1802-1875
Clergyman, politician, author. From the description of Papers: of Charles Wentworth Upsham, 1835-1873 [manuscript]. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647810940 ...
Morton, W. T. G. (William Thomas Green), 1819-1868
Physician, one of the first to discover the anesthetic properties of ether. From the description of Papers, 1853 and undated. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 35230311 ...
Whipple, Edwin Percy, 1819-1886
American essayist and critic. From the description of Autograph letters signed (4) : Boston, to Harper and Brothers, 1858 Mar. 5 and 18-1878 Apr. 1 and 3. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270588778 Edwin Percy Whipple was an influential 19th century American literary critic and lecturer. A prolific reader, he worked at several disparate jobs while publishing critical essays in diverse periodicals. He gained the reputation as one of the most important young critics of his gener...
Henry E. Hersey
Lowell, John, 1769-1840
Lowell graduated from Harvard College (1786) and studied law with his father until 1789 when he was admitted to the Suffolk bar. He left for Europe in 1803 and upon his return devoted himself exclusively to humanitarian endeavors and federalist politics. From the description of Statement to the jury, ca. 1803. (Harvard Law School Library). WorldCat record id: 236087815 Lawyer and political writer. From the description of Letters, 1833-1834. (Boston Athenaeum). Wo...
No further information on Henshaw is available. He described the second Fort Knox built 3 miles north of Vincennes (Ind.), which existed 1803-1813. From the description of Account book/diary, 1810-1833. (Clarke Historical Library). WorldCat record id: 41953538 ...
Miss Mary Andrews Conner
Tuckerman, Frederick Goddard, 1821-1873
Tuckerman was a poet of Greenfield, Mass. From the description of Compositions, 1830-1872. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 80523677 From the description of Correspondence, 1833-1873. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122402854 From the guide to the Compositions, 1830-1872., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) From the guide to the Frederick Goddard Tuckerman correspondence, 1833-1873., (Houghton Library, Harvard...
Mrs. Keyes Savage
Jackson, George Harold, 1904-
Harvard College (1780- )
Special students were those who took courses in Harvard College but were not degree candidates; they had not gone through the standard admissions process completed by AB degree candidates. From the description of Records of special students, 1876-1907. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77064523 It is unclear whether F.C. Fabel ever attended Harvard College. F.C. Fabel may be Frederick Charles Fabel, who received an AB from the University of Rochester in 1893. ...
Forbes, Edward W. (Edward Waldo), 1873-1969
Relation of Alexander Forbes (1882-1965). From the description of Correspondence to Van Wyck Brooks, 1959. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 176629718 Forbes graduated from Harvard in 1895. From the description of Notes in Zoology 1, 1893. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77073959 From the description of Notes and midyear thesis in Philosophy 9, 1894-1895. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77074017 From t...
S. Raymond Smedile
John M. Savage '53