Poetry manuscripts [1850s-1880s] Poetry manuscripts
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George Pope Morris (October 10, 1802 – July 6, 1864) was an American editor, poet, and songwriter. With Nathaniel Parker Willis, he co-founded the daily New York Evening Mirror by merging his fledgling weekly New-York Mirror with Willis's American Monthly in August 1831. Morris is credited with the longevity the Evening Mirror would enjoy and for giving it a wide scope, covering not only news and entertainment but reviews of the fine arts, editorials, and many original engravings. Morris al...
Sarah Josepha Hale, née Sarah Josepha Buell, (born Oct. 24, 1788, Newport, N.H., U.S.—died April 30, 1879, Philadelphia, Pa.), American writer who, as the first female editor of a magazine, shaped many of the attitudes and thoughts of women of her period. Sarah Josepha Buell married David Hale in 1813, and with him she had five children. Left in financial straits by her husband’s death in 1822, she embarked on a literary career. Her poems were printed over the signature Cornelia in local journal...
Composer and music teacher. From the description of H. S. Thompson papers, 1874 March 20. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70980596 ...
Author and abolitionist. From the description of Eliza Lee Cabot Follen correspondence, 1859. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79450292 Follen, antislavery worker and author of children's stories, lived in Boston, Mass. From the description of Letters, 1843-1846 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232007293 Bostonian; primarily children's writer; also wrote some adult fiction; wrote biography of her husband; worked actively in antislaver...
The author of this volume informed his correspondents about the trade of pepper and rum in New York between November and December 1801. He also did business in Philadelphia, Boston, and Baltimore. From the guide to the New York Mercantile letter book, 1801, (William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan) This volume contains copied passages from several sources, including the works of John Locke, histories of England and Europe, and treatises on religion. F...