Papers of Louise Chandler Moulton [manuscript] 1874-1908.

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Moulton, Louise Chandler, 1835-1908. Papers of Louise Chandler Moulton [manuscript] 1874-1908.

Papers of Louise Chandler Moulton [manuscript] 1874-1908.

The papers contain 20 poems and brief essays by Moulton, as well as some photographs and prints of her. The bulk of the collection consists chiefly of correspondence to various editors and publishers, and friends especially Julius Chambers, Herbert E. Clark, Florence Ellen Hungerford Milnes Henniker, Herbert Stuart Stone, and Leonard Charles Van Noppen. Chandler discusses books she wants to review for various publications, her poetry, fellow authors particularly Philip Bourke Marston, her travels, speaking engagements, English copyrights, various publishers including Copeland & Day, Roberts Brothers, Chatto & Windus, and Mathews & Lane, her health, the Dreyfus affair, and the Boer War. People she mentions, most quite briefly, include Thomas Bailey Aldrich, Matthew Arnold, Arlo Bates, Frances Eliza Hodgson Burnett, George Washington Cable, Marie Corelli, Walter Crane, Theodore Low deVinne, Eugene Field, Hamlin Garland, Richard Garnett, Louise Imogen Guiney, Thomas Hardy, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Anthony Hope, Sidney Lanier, Henry W. Longfellow, Justin H. M'Carthy, Robert McClure, Stuart F. Merrill, Arthur O'Shaughnessy, Thomas Nelson Page, Gilbert Parker, George Santayana, Harriet E. Prescott Spofford, Robert L. Stevenson, Richard Henry Stoddard, Algernon Swinburne, Henry Van Dyke, Sir William Watson, & Oscar Wilde. Correspondents include Edward William Bok, Herbert Lawrence Bridgman, Bliss Carman, Dana? Estes, John Bruce? Ford, Richard Watson Gilder, Helen Keller, Hanniball Ingalls Kimball, John Foster? Kirk, John Lane, Samuel Sidney McClure, Helen Reimensyder? Martin, Thomas? Niles, Melville? Phillips, Richard Henry Stoddart, Frederick Porter Vinton, William Hayes Ward, and William Winter.

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