Mamie A. Molineaux scrapbook of letters, 1851-1889.


Molineaux, Mamie, A. Mamie A. Molineaux scrapbook of letters, 1851-1889.

Mamie A. Molineaux scrapbook of letters, 1851-1889.

A scrapbook of letters sent to Molineaux between 1857 and 1882. There are a mix of personal and business-related letters from a variety of sources, including William Lloyd Garrison, O.B. Frothingham, Louise Chandler Moulton, Wendell Phillips, Alfred R. Wallace, actor Ernesto Rossi, novelist Henry Gréville, painter Frederick Vinton, Marshall Wilder, George Davidson of the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, and Thomas Wentworth Higginson. Topics include proposed speaking engagements, acquiescence to requests for autographs, and general topics.

1 v. ; 29 cm.




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