Field, Eugene, 1850-1895
Eugene Field (1850-1895), American poet and journalist
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
AMS poem, corrected, in eight stanzas.
AMS poem to a child, with envelope addressed to Dwight C. Crane, Carbondale, Penn- sylvania, postmarked London.
ALS discussing family and friends and plans to call upon her.
ALS expressing thanks for a letter that included several unidentified poems. Also includes the envelope, with the stamp clipped out.
ALS concerning a friend's funeral.
Autograph letter, signed, saying that he was pleased to meet Mr. Wiggs's wife and looks forward to reading her work.
ALS to "Dear Sir,", on letterhead of the Chicago Daily News editorial rooms, concerning a review of an unidentified work.
ANS to unidentified "Gentlemen," on letterhead of the Chicago Daily News editorial rooms, mentioning Mr. Chas. E. Dennis.
Letter : Dwight, Livingston County, Illinois, to Hattie Dewey, Daily News Office, 123 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, 1893 Mar 10
ALS beginning "Dear Cousin Harriet," requesting ten dollars. Accompanied by original envelope.
ALS to his publishers, regarding an arrangement for J. R. Osgood to handle his books in London, noting that he is pleased with his reviews, and asking them to send books to Thomas Nelson Page and Julie Gensen. Accompanied by photocopy of portrait of Fields, at one time adhered to the letter.
Letter : Office of the Tribune Publishing Co., Denver, Colorado, to [Julia Sutherland Comstock] Field, Northwest Corner 13th and Pen[...], Kansas City, Missouri, 1881 Sep 21
ALS to his wife, who is ill, asking her to telegraph every day and promising to come home if summoned. Accompanied by original envelope, the lower right corner of which has been cut off.
Letter : Times Building, Fifth Street, Kansas City, Missouri, to [Julia Sutherland Comstock Field], 1880 Jun 21
ALS to his wife, who is soon to move to Kansas City with their children to join him. He specifies which furniture and pictures he would like her to bring, and apologizes for not writing more often during their separation.
ALS on the verso of a proof sheet for the title page of his brother Roswell Martin Field's In Sunflower Land, offering it as a gift with three other proofs of the same, and noting that he and his brother collaborated on the title for the book.
ALS to "My dear Warren" informing the recipient that Mr. Armour does not wish to be interviewed.
AMS poem, corrected, with heading "Original" in Field's hand, and four lines on the verso, crossed out; single sheet is tipped into bound volume and is the volume's only contents.
Autograph poem, signed. With full morocco slipcase.
Title from cover.