Hawthorne collection of autograph letters signed : Salem, Concord [Mass.], etc., to his sisters, mother, wife, and various acquaintances, 1819-1862.

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Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. Hawthorne collection of autograph letters signed : Salem, Concord [Mass.], etc., to his sisters, mother, wife, and various acquaintances, 1819-1862.

Hawthorne collection of autograph letters signed : Salem, Concord [Mass.], etc., to his sisters, mother, wife, and various acquaintances, 1819-1862.

This collection includes 19 autograph letters, mostly signed, from Nathaniel Hawthorne to various family members and acquaintances (MA 611.1-19); an engraving of Hawthorne (MA 611.20); and a typescript letter signed (dated Oct. 4, 1902) from Julian Hawthorne, Nathaniel Hawthorne's son, to the editor of The New York Times (MA 611.21). Items in the collection are described individually (MA 611.1-21).

1 box (21 items), unbound : ill. (port.) ; size varies.

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