Papers of Frances Hodgson Burnett [manuscript], 1880-1908, and n.d.

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Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 1849-1924. Papers of Frances Hodgson Burnett [manuscript], 1880-1908, and n.d.

Papers of Frances Hodgson Burnett [manuscript], 1880-1908, and n.d.

The collection consists of manuscripts, letters, her last will and testament, and an autograph. Manuscripts include a preface to a new edition of "Little Lord Fauntleroy," and "When he decides." Correspondents include Dorothea Gilman, Arthur Gilman, Alice Gilman, Vivian Burnett, Jeannette Gilder, Richard W. Gilder, Owen Johnson, S.S. McClure, [John O'Hara?] and W[illiam?] F[ayal?] Clarke.

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Gilman, Arthur, 1837-1909

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Journalist, writer of books for boys. From the description of S.S. McClure check to James Barnes, 1898 June 29. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 53795304 American publisher. From the description of Letter to Edward Sylvester Ellis, 1892 October 27. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 51846140 ...

Gilman, Dorothea,

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Gilder, Jeannette L. (Jeannette Leonard), 1849-1916

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Gilder, Richard Watson, 1844-1909

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Clarke, William Eagle, 1853-1938

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