Papers of George Parsons Lathrop [manuscript] , 1872-1896.

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Lathrop, George Parsons, 1851-1898. Papers of George Parsons Lathrop [manuscript] , 1872-1896.

Papers of George Parsons Lathrop [manuscript] , 1872-1896.

The papers contain lyrics "Birds that like vanishing visions," a quotation, and two fragments. Topics include his writing and lecturing; submissions for magazine publication; contract negotiations with Joseph Marshall Stoddart re "Martha Dane"; editorship of the "Providence Visitor" and requesting a literary contribution from John Malone; a request for prepublication changes in ["A story of courage"?]; the "No Name Series" volume of poems "A masque of poets" and the dramatization of Tennyson's "Elaine." Also a potential collaboration with [Julian?] Hawthorne on a series of children's tales; a clarification of an allusion attributed to Nathaniel Hawthorne and a brief synopsis of Hawthorne's "Devil on two sticks." He also mentions an authors' reading of the John Boyle O'Reilly monument fund; a Hebrew charity fair; entries for Charles McKim and William R. Mead in Appleton's Cyclopaedia; and a consecration ceremony disturbed by "obstructionist women"; and requests a meeting with [Samuel Sidney?] McClure.

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