Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 1833-1908
- Existence: 1833 - 1908
Edmund Clarence Stedman (1833-1908), American poet, critic, essayist, banker, and scientist.
Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Copies of letters, 1886-96
Copies of letters and copies of excerpts from letters written by Stedman, transcribed in autograph manuscript in an unidentified hand.
Accompanied by an envelope.
"Don't ask an impecunious poet [...]", n.d.
Poem, holograph, signed; written for an autograph-seeker.
Excerpt from "Quest", n.d.
Excerpt from his poem, holograph, signed with initials.
Published in An American Anthology, edited by Stedman.
Removed from a copy of An American Anthology inscribed by Stedman to Timothy Dwight.
"Least of music's uttered strains...", undated
Letter : 19 Broad Street, New York, to L. Edward Benedict, 1868 January 30
Letter : 44 East 26th St., New York, to Henry F. Randolph, 124 West 22nd St., 1887 Dec 9
ALS thanking Randolph for a copy of his Fifty Years of English Song.
Letter : 71 West 54th Street, New York, to [Rev. Minot] Savage, 1882 Dec 10
ALS thanking Savage for a volume of his poems, and praising several of them specifically.
Letter : 137 West 78th Street, New York, New York, to Mr. Stowe, 1894 June 28
Autograph letter, signed, discussing matters relating to publishing and editing.
Letter : Lawrence Park, Bronxville, N. Y., to John E. Norcross, 309 Washington Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1897 Oct 31
ALS, with envelope, apologizing for a delay in replying to a previous letter. Includes a holograph stanza, signed, from the poem "Old Brown."
Letter : New Castle, N.H., to Hampton L. Carson, 1887 Aug 18
Letter : New York, to [Elizabeth Clementine Dodge Kinney Stedman], 1866 Apr 10
ALS to his mother, thanking her for her concern in response to his previous letter, assuring her he needs no money, and discussing his future as a journalist or editor; he mentions that he saw her piece "A Chapter From a Noble Life" in a proof of the new magazine The Galaxy, and mentions a dinner for the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Tribune.
Letter : Philadelphia, to Anne Hollingsworth Wharton, 1892 Feb 8
ALS accompanied by a brief note regarding the letter, written by Wharton on her printed visiting card.
Letter : The Westminster, 115 East 16th St., New York City, to Charles D. Kellogg, Secretary, W. H. Co., [1901 Nov 15]
ALS offering advice about naming a hotel for women, criticizing the names suggested by Kellog's shareholders.
Letter : to [Irving] Batchelder, n.d.
ALS giving encouragement and advice concerning a poem by Batchelder, a verse of which is on the verso, possibly in Batchelder's hand.
Letter : to Jervis McEntee, 1868 Jan
ALS regarding verse to go with a painting by McEntee.
Accompanied by an AMS poem by Stedman, "A Picture by McEntee," with lines from Longfellow's "Evangeline" in Stedman's hand glued to the verso.
Letters : 16 Broad Street, New York, to [Henry Mills] Alden, 1896-97
Two ALS, one regarding some books belonging to a Mr. Sharp, and the other discussing Stedman's inability to write personal letters during the past few years due to overwork, and asking if Alden would be interested in publishing an illustrated version of a poem from his forthcoming collection [in Harper's Weekly].
Letters and poem, 1860-93
ALS to G. W. Wilson, Aug 4, 1860, including an excerpt from a poem by Stedman for inclusion in Wilson's autograph collection; four lines of poetry, holograph, signed, Apr 15, 1884; and ALS to Clyde Fitch, Nov 13, 1893.
Letters : to George Alfred Townsend, 1898
ALS and TLS regarding an edition of Townsend's collected poems, offering advice on dealing with publishers and confirming that he will subscribe.
"Provencal Lovers: Aucassin and Nicolette", 1877 Sep
Poem, holograph, signed, "Written Sept., 1877, from an idea in Walter Pater's Studies in the History of the Renaissance [London, 1873]."
Written in New York City.
Annotated "Copy Eng. edition."
Poem, holograph, signed.
- Type: Archival Object X