Papers of Gamaliel Bradford [manuscript] 1876-1930.


Bradford, Gamaliel, 1863-1932. Papers of Gamaliel Bradford [manuscript] 1876-1930.

Papers of Gamaliel Bradford [manuscript] 1876-1930.

Essay on the Puritan virtues [1 l. typescript signed]--Letters, 1876-81, from Gamaliel Bradford father of the biographer, are to the editor of The Nation about a book review; and to Fred Eugene Woodward about a pamphlet. The younger Bradford writes to James Shields about Emily Dickinson; thanks Everett Pepperrell Wheeler for praising his work; and declines to give William Orton Tewson the most beautiful line of poetry in English. Bradford writes to Herbert Sherman Gorman about their mutual interest in Nathaniel Hawthorne and Alexandre Dumas and praises Gorman's book The place called Dagon, 1927 [18 items. holograph & typescript signed].

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