Autograph letters signed from Fanny Kemble to various recipients [manuscript], 1832-1892.

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Kemble, Fanny, 1809-1893,. Autograph letters signed from Fanny Kemble to various recipients [manuscript], 1832-1892.

Autograph letters signed from Fanny Kemble to various recipients [manuscript], 1832-1892.

Correspondents: Anne Ashburner, Mr. Belknap, [George Bentley], E. Blanchard (Mrs. Hamilton), Mary Boyle, James Claghorn, Sarah Cleveland, Frances Cobbe, Thomas F.D. Croker, Daisy Doane, James Fields, Henry James, Mary Lloyd, Henry Longfellow, William C. Macready, John Mather, George Morris, Constance [Page?], Henry W. Pickersgill, Mary (Hopkins) Pleasonton, Mr. Pollman, Lewis T. Pratt, Harriet St. Leger, Alexander John Scott, Ann (Ker) Scott, Francis Wemyss, Mrs. [Louisa Mary?] Barwell, Mlle. F. Failly, [W.H.] Murray, Miss Beeston, Lady Georgiana - , Miss Gordon, Mrs. Monckton, Miss Scraggs, and others. Also, a visiting card and 4 envelopes. Some items undated. She gives her opinion of the writings of Henry James in (36) and of Sir Charles Halle's musical ability in (65), and describes her wanderings in Switzerland in (114 and others).

123 items.

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