Collection of four American notebooks : primarily Salem, Boston, Concord, and Lenox : autograph manuscript journals, 1835-1853.

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Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. Collection of four American notebooks : primarily Salem, Boston, Concord, and Lenox : autograph manuscript journals, 1835-1853.

Collection of four American notebooks : primarily Salem, Boston, Concord, and Lenox : autograph manuscript journals, 1835-1853.

Collection of four journals kept by Nathaniel Hawthorne while he as living in Salem, Boston, Concord, and Lenox. Entries describe excursions and travels, and record observations and ideas for future stories, referencing the Scarlet Letter and Blithedale Romance. Journals are cataloged individually in four records (MA 3100 and MA 577-579).

4 v. (ca. 490 p.), bound ; 19.4-20.9 cm.

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