Lowell, James Russell, 1819-1891
- Existence: 1819-02-22 - 1891-08-12
James Russell Lowell (1819-1891), American Romantic poet, critic, editor, and diplomat.
Found in 68 Collections and/or Records:
AMS poem written on an album leaf, with a further inscription stating that he is a "Coldwater man" and an Abolitionist.
Three autograph letters addressed to Lowell from unidentified senders. Letters inquire about social matters, including an event at a French hospital.
ALS inviting Mrs. Cheney, her daughter, and Miss Lobdell to breakfast the following day.
ALS originally conveying letters of [Edward] Fitzgerald, for publication in Wright's Letters of Edward FitzGerald. Expresses regret over his failure to respond to a particular letter of 1878.
Accompanied by two lines of poetry, autographed, dated 1891 Jan 10, and by a portrait of Lowell engraved by A. B. Hall.
ALS concerning a literary project.
ALS recommending Miss Langley and Mrs. Sedgwick as "bedswomen."
ALS discussing the death of his second wife. With undated ALS to Townsend from Mabel L. Burnett.
ALS saying that he does not know of any source besides the latest Census for the statistics Williams wants.
ALS on mourning stationery, promising to send her copies of his poems when he returns to Southborough.
From the collection of Estelle Doheny.
ALS concerning political events in Ireland. With a printed reproduction of a portrait photograph of Lowell.
ALS declining an invitation to speak to an unidentified club.
ALS informing Houghton that an unspecified favor requested by Mrs. Houghton conflicts with a previous engagement and requesting a chronological arrangement for a volume of addresses.
ALS listing his requirements for attending an unidentified event, including not making a speech and only delivering introductory remarks.
Letter : 1524 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Barrett Wendell, 18 Gray's Hall, Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1889 January 31
Autograph letter, signed, discussing an unidentified book, possibly written by an author named Tracy. With envelope.
ALS, dated 22 Dec 1875 and with envelope, from Lowell to W. G. Hale concerning an unidentified book. With a printed calling card containing manuscript notes citing Clemencin's "Don Quixote".
ALS to George Henderson, concerning a lecture in Philadelphia, and black-and-white portrait photograph of Lowell.
Autograph letter, signed, discussing a land title for Lowell's daughter, Mabel Lowell. Letter also includes Putnam's reply on the same sheet saying that he will confirm the land title for Lowell.