Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882), American poet and educator.
Found in 70 Collections and/or Records:
Clipped signature. Dated below.
One ALS to "My Dear Sir" regarding the status of unidentified illustrations. Accompanied by a typescript transcription. One Bust-length portrait photograph of Longfellow.
Autograph manuscript letter, signed, saying that he is unable to accept Bliss’s invitation to visit him.
ALS thanking an unnamed woman for her unsuccessful efforts at recovering a table that was previously in Longfellow's home.
Letter : Cambridge, [Massachusetts], to Alfred St. John Brennan, The Elms, Keene, New Hampshire, 1879 May 30
Autograph letter, signed, apologizing for not attending Brennan's wedding. Longfellow also thanks Brennan for sending him a family photograph. With envelope.
Autograph letter, signed, thanking Bell for sending a copy of his book Voices from the Lakes. Longfellow also says that he would like to include some of Bell's poems in his next poetry anthology.
Autograph letter, signed, from Longfellow saying that he is unable to date an antique set of drawers.
Autograph letter, signed, saying that the recipient should consult Samuel Austin Allibone's book A Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors to find the information he is looking for.
Autograph letter, signed, saying that the recipient should contact Longfellow's publisher to find out which of his books contain a specific poem. Also includes an example of Longfellow's engraved calling card; and an engraved portrait of Longfellow, signed by Longfellow.
Autograph manuscript letter, signed, analyzing four lines in a stanza. Longfellow also thanks the recipient for sending photographs.
Autograph manuscript letter, signed, discussing their health. Longfellow says that he has been in bed for the past ten days and encourages Nichol to take better care of himself.
Letter : Cambridge, Massachusetts, to Miss Mary L. Hoffman, Girls High School, Bush St. near Hyde, San Francisco, California, 1882 Mar 17
Printed note stating that Longfellow is too ill to answer his own letters, with MS note by an undentified person thanking the recipient on his behalf for "the 'Pacific' flowers." Accompanied by autograph of Longfellow dated 1882, and by original envelope.
Autograph manuscript letter, signed, accepting Mrs. Lawrence’s invitation to dine with them on Wednesday the 31st and to meet Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sturgis.
Autograph letter, signed, thanking "My dear Sir" for sending Longfellow poems. Also includes two engraved portraits of Longfellow by an unidentified artist.
Autograph letter, signed, regarding a bust of Longfellow that was created by Kitson. Longfellow congratulates him saying that the bust is excellent. Also includes a photograph of the bust, taken by an unidentified photographer. Verso of photograph contains a manuscript inscription, in an unidentified hand, saying that the bust was molded from life.
ALS to "Dear Sir" refusing to forward a private letter from a Mr. Whittier. An address pane clipped from an envelope is attached to verso. Attached address is to Winthrop Wetherbee, 19 Temple St., Boston, but the postmark date, Nov 13, n.y., does not match letter.
ALS to "My Dear Sir" thanking the recipient for a collection of poems entitled Wayside Pictures.