Autograph letters signed from James Russell Lowell, Biarritz, London and the United States, to various people [manuscript], 1859-1889.

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Lowell, James Russell, 1819-1891,. Autograph letters signed from James Russell Lowell, Biarritz, London and the United States, to various people [manuscript], 1859-1889.

Autograph letters signed from James Russell Lowell, Biarritz, London and the United States, to various people [manuscript], 1859-1889.

Correspondents: Charles E. Flower, Mrs. [Sarah] Flower, Frances Kemble, Mrs. E[liza?] W. Lippitt (his cousin) and [F.B.?] Sanborn. In the letter to Mrs. Lippitt (11) he discusses Cleopatra after being asked (according to her note) his opinion of William Story's poem "Cleopatra."

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Lowell, James Russell, 1819-1891

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Kemble, Fanny, 1809-1893

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