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Ticknor and Fields

 Organization

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Gilbert A. Harrison papers relating to Thornton Wilder

 Collection
Call Number: YCAL MSS 372
Overview: The collection contains research files, interviews, correspondence, writings, and other materials relating to Gilbert A. Harrison's biography of Thornton Wilder, The Enthusiast: A Life of Thornton Wilder (New Haven: Ticknor & Fields, 1983). Harrison's research files, which include notes, photocopies of correspondence and writings, and clippings, make up the bulk of the collection. In addition to the research files, the collection includes: sound recordings of interviews with members of the...
Dates: 1939-1975

Nathaniel Hawthorne Collection

 Collection
Call Number: YCAL MSS 204
Overview: The Hawthorne collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, and personal papers documenting the life and work of Nathaniel Hawthorne.Series I, Owen Franklin Aldis Gift, is organized into three subseries: Correspondence, Writings, and Other Papers. Correspondence consists of letters from Hawthorne to others, including the reverend George Ripley and the publisher Ticknor and Fields, as well as a third party letter from Hawthorne's son Julian. There is one corrected and bound holograph...
Dates: 1800-1919

Letter : Boston, Mass., to Smith, Elder, and Company, London, England, 1863 May 7

 Part of Collection — Box: 8, Folder: GROUP 155, F-1
Call Number: YCAL MSS MISC
Scope and Contents: AL, with envelope, written in an unidentified hand and signed with the firm's name, offering Nathaniel Hawthorne's Our Old Home to Hawthorne's London publishers.

The letter and envelope are affixed to a printed folder, completed in manuscript in an unidentified hand, noting that the letter was answered on Jun 5, 1863.
Dates: 1863 May 7

Letter : Boston, to an unidentified recipient, 1864 Jun 16

 Part of Collection — Box: 8, Folder: GROUP 155, F-2
Call Number: YCAL MSS MISC
Scope and Contents: ALS to "Dear Frank" on Ticknor and Fields letterhead from J. R. Osgood recommending a French woman, Madame Newinger, as a teacher for the recipient's sister. Also conveys the news that George Bartlett was killed by a shell.
Dates: 1864 Jun 16