Papers concerning George Washington Cable, 1925.


Papers concerning George Washington Cable, 1925.

Includes correspondence between Tinker and other correspondents concerning Cable, research files assembled by Tinker on Cable, transcripts of Cable's letters to others, and typescripts by Lafcadio Hearn on Cable.

1 box (.5 linear ft.)


SNAC Resource ID: 8316899

Houghton Library

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Tinker, Edward Larocque, 1881-1968 (person)

Lafcadio Hearn (1850-1904) was a writer, translator, and teacher who wrote about New Orleans, the United States and is most well known for introducing the culture and literature of Japan to the West. Hearn spent ten years in New Orleans collecting songs for ethnomusicologist Henry Edward Krehbiel. Edward Laroque Tinker was a writer and a philanthropist who was interested in Hearn and wrote Lafcadio Hearn's American days (1924). From the guide to the Papers concerning Lafcadio Hearn, ...

Hearn, Lafcadio, 1850-1904 (person)

Teacher at the government college at Kumato. From the description of Letters, 1893-1894. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122442926 American author noted for his writings on Japan. From the description of Letter, 1883. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 367407866 Lafcadio Hearn (1850-1904), Victorian romantic writer, was born Patrick Lafcadio Hearn of Irish-Greek parentage. He emigrated to the U.S. in 1869 from Europe and in...

Cable, George Washington, 1844-1925 (person)

George Washington Cable, an American author and critic, was born in New Orleans and fought for the South in the Civil War. His first collection of tales of life in the south was Old creole days (1879). In 1884 he went on a reading tour with Mark Twain. He moved to Northampton, Mass., in 1885. He is chiefly known for his early works describing picturesque Louisiana Creole life and courageous essays on civil rights. From the description of George Washington Cable papers, 1865-1918. (Pe...