Martha Dickinson Bianchi correspondence concerning publication of the poetry of the American poet, Emily Dickinson: 1881-1943 (inclusive), 1925-1937 (bulk).


Martha Dickinson Bianchi correspondence concerning publication of the poetry of the American poet, Emily Dickinson: 1881-1943 (inclusive), 1925-1937 (bulk).

Correspondence regarding publication of the poetry of the American poet, Emily Dickinson, by her niece, Martha Dickinson Bianchi.

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Emily Elizabeth Dickinson was born in Amherst, Massachusetts, on December 10, 1830 to Edward Dickinson (AC 1823) and Emily Norcross Dickinson. She attended Amherst Academy from 1840 to 1847, then enrolled at Mount Holyoke Female Seminary from 1847 to 1848. She remained in Amherst for the rest of her life, and traveled only briefly to Boston, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. For virtually her entire adult life, Emily lived in the Dickinson home at 280 Main Street with h...

Untermeyer, Louis, 1885-1977 (person)

Louis Untermeyer was a noted author, editor, and translator. His tastes were eclectic, and his friendships many; he produced more than one hundred books, and volumes of letters. His numerous poetry anthologies have helped introduce verse to generations of schoolchildren. From the description of Heinrich Heine, paradox and poet, 1936. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 56550722 From the description of Louis Untermeyer letter to Judith Wright McKinn...

Bergen, Caroline M. P. (person)

Houghton Mifflin Company. (corporateBody)

Houghton Mifflin Company, publishing house of Boston, Mass., From the description of Houghton Mifflin Company records, 1832-1944. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612205133 Houghton Mifflin Company, publishing house of Boston, Massachusetts, traces its roots back to the firm of Ticknor and Fields, the premier "literary" publishing house in the United States during the middle years of the nineteenth century; and to the Riverside Press, Henry Oscar Houghton's printi...

The Outlook. (corporateBody)

Isaacs, Lewis Montefiore, 1877-1944 (person)

Composer and lawyer, Lewis M. Isaacs (1877-1944) pursued his dual interests in music and the law. Isaacs, who was the member of a prominent New York family, attended City College, New York University, and Columbia University, where he received his law degree in 1900. Although he joined the family law firm of M. S. and I. S. Isaacs in 1903 and had a distinguished career as a lawyer, Isaacs also maintained a lifelong passion for music. While at Columbia, he also had traine...

Oxford University Press, Inc., 1964, 1971 (corporateBody)

Bianchi, Martha Dickinson, 1866-1943 (person)

Martha Dickinson Bianchi (1866-1943) was the niece of Emily Dickinson (1830-1886), and daughter of William Austin Dickinson (1829-1895) and Susan Huntington Dickinson (1830-1913). As the sole surviving member of the Dickinson family, she edited several collections of Emily Dickinson's work, and wrote two Dickinson biographies. A poet in her own right, Bianchi published several volumes of her own work as well. From the description of Martha Dickinson Bianchi correspondence concerning ...

Mallon, George. (person)

Slate, Sylvester Mallory, 1901- (person)

Nation (New York, N.Y. : 1865) (corporateBody)

The political and cultural review, the Nation , was founded in 1865 by Edwin Lawrence Godkin who also served as the first editor. In 1881 Godkin sold the magazine to the New York Evening Post, where he became editor of the Post and Wendell Phillips Garrison became editor of the Nation. It became a weekly edition of the Post until 1914. Originally it was self-described as "A weekly journal of politics, literature, science and art." Under Godkin, the Nation railed against ...

C. H. (Charles Hunter) Hamlin (person)

G.P. Putnam's Sons (corporateBody)

Publishing house in New York, N.Y. From the description of Papers, 1886-1908. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 32604641 ...

Gillett, Arthur. (person)

Gillett, Sara. (person)

Wyman, Arthur J. (person)

Baker, Ray Stannard, 1870-1946 (person)

American journalist. From the description of Letter : to the Cosmos Club, 1910 Mar. 31. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122545959 American journalist and author who also wrote under the name David Grayson. From the description of [Notebooks] [microform]. 1880-1946. WorldCat record id: 36820111 American author and journalist. He is also known by the pseudonym David Grayson. Fr...

Leisy, Ernest Erwin, 1887-.... (person)

Author and professor of English. From the description of Papers of Ernest Erwin Leisy, circa 1923-1950. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71131192 ...

Merrill, Beth (person)

Sherman, Philip D. (Philip Darrell), 1881-1957 (person)

Brown class of 1902. Bibliophile; student of Professor Harry Lyman Koopman (Librarian of Brown University). Taught English Literature at Ohio Wesleyan and at Oberlin College from which he retired in 1942. From the description of Collection of letters and manuscripts, 1819-1957. (Brown University). WorldCat record id: 122529455 Brown University Class of 1902. Bibliophile; student of Professor Harry Lyman Koopman (Librarian of Brown University) in whose honor he named his coll...

New York Herald Tribune (corporateBody)

Green, C. E. L. (Charles Edwin Lewis), 1844-1915 (person)

Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge. (person)

James, Sister Mary. (person)

Mount Holyoke College. (corporateBody)

The first official publication of Mount Holyoke Female Seminary was a catalogue issued in 1837 containing information about trustees, teachers, terms of admission, the course of study, the schedule for the year, Family Accommodations, and the Moral and Religious Influence at the school. Subsequent catalogues (with periodic updates) trace the growth of the institution and provide detailed information about the academic program and residential life for students at the College. These publications h...

Cochran, Eve. (person)

Frothingham, Theodore. (person)

Annie Louisa Crowell (person)

Woolley, Mary Emma, 1863-1947 (person)

Mary Emma Woolley, college professor and President of Mount Holyoke College from 1901-1937, was born on July 13, 1863 in South Norwalk, Connecticut to Joseph Judah Woolley, a Congregational minister, and Mary August Ferris Woolley, a schoolteacher. She attended Mrs. Fannie Augur's school in Meriden, Connecticut until her family moved to Pawtucket, Rhode Island in 1871, when she enrolled in Providence High School. In 1882 she began attending Wheaton Seminary in Norton, Massachusetts, graduating i...

White, Flora (person)

Tinker, Chauncey Brewster, 1876-1963 (person)

Epithet: of Yale University British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000834.0x00011e A full biographical statement is provided in the register for the Chauncey Brewster Tinker Papers (GEN MSS 354) . From the guide to the Chauncey Brewster Tinker letters and manuscripts, 1900-1963, (Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library) Chauncey Brewster Tinker, teacher, scholar and collector. Tinker was a membe...

Basil King (person)

Esty, Annette (person)

Pease, Arthur Stanley, 1881-1964 (person)

Arthur Stanley Pease (1881-1964) was a classics professor at the University of Illinois, Amherst, and Harvard. From 1927 to 1932 he was president of Amherst College. He was also an amateur botanist. From the description of Correspondence and compositions, 1870-1963. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122564002 From the guide to the Correspondence and compositions, 1870-1963., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Arthur Stanley Pease...

Boston Authors Club (corporateBody)

Dickinson, Susan Huntington, 1830-1913 (person)

Saturday Review of Literature, (corporateBody)

Maryland Library Association (corporateBody)

Founded in 1923 to promote library interests and development and the profession of librarianship in the state of Maryland. Comprised of four divisions, Academic and Research Libraries, Adult-Young Adult Services, Children's Services, and Technical Services, as well as a number of standing committees, which have included Intellectual Freedom, Recruitment and Scholarship, and Exhibits. From the description of Archives of the Maryland Library Association, 1923-2...

Jonathan Cape (Firm) (corporateBody)

Mather, William (person)

Epithet: of Add MS 46058 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001301.0x0003c0 Epithet: PC 1910 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001301.0x0003c2 ...

Gillett, Lucy D. (person)

Milliken, Arthur. (person)

West, Herbert Faulkner (person)

Hampson, Alfred Leete. (person)

Alfred Hampson was a Portland, Or. attorney active in lobbying for the Oregon Minimum Deposit Act (Bottle Bill), which went into effect in October 1972. From the description of Alfred Hampson photographic collection [graphic], circa 1929-1940. (Oregon Historical Society Research Library). WorldCat record id: 774558399 Hampson was the sole heir to Martha Dickinson Bianchi's Dickinson manuscripts and rights of publication. From the description of Correspondence con...

Andrews, C. E. (Clarence Edward), 1883-1932 (person)

Terry, John Skally, 1894-1953 (person)

John Skally Terry, born in Rockingham, N.C., in 1894, entered the University of North Carolina in 1914. As an undergraduate, he was active in student publications and became a friend of Thomas Wolfe. While living in New York in the early 1920s, Terry renewed his friendship with Wolfe, joining Wolfe as a member of the English faculty at New York University in 1925. After Wolfe's death in 1938, Terry became a close friend of Wolfe's mother, Julia E. Wolfe, and worked with her on Thomas Wolfe's Let...

Fraser, Olive H. (person)

Du Pont, Marcella Miller (person)

Poet and socialite. Born Marcella Miller in 1903; married Alfred Victor Du Pont; died 1985. From the description of Papers of Marcella Miller du Pont, 1861-1976 (bulk 1935-1965). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71071856 Biographical Note 1903, Sept. 9 Born, Denver, Colo. 1923 B.A. degree, Smith College, ...

Graves, Gertrude Montague. (person)

Scott, Duncan C. (Duncan Campbell) (person)

Benét, Laura (person)

Leighton Rollins. (person)

Pollack, Queena (person)

Gowen, Mary. (person)

Reynolds, Virginia Dickinson, 1883-1966 (person)