Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 1849-1924
- Existence: 1849-11-24 - 1924-10-29
Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924), British-born novelist and playwright
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
ALS declining an invitation to speak to a group of children because she is in the country working hard "to complete a play for which managers are waiting."
Autograph letter, signed, saying that she just received Pengally's letter that was forwarded to Burnett from Washington, D.C.
ALS commenting on "Madame Grand."
ALS regarding the possibility of serial publication of her novel In Connection with the De Willoughby Claim.
Clipping adhered to verso of final page.
Autograph letter, signed, from Burnett saying that she is grateful her son found friends at Harvard University. Also includes a photograph of Burnett taken by an unidentified photographer.
ALS thanking Bacon for his "kindness to my little boys" and discussing her children in general.
ALS concerning plans for the evening.
ALS inviting Mr. Mathews to the theater.
ALS declining an invitation to contribute to a serial.
ALS referring to the death of her son Lionel and discussing "Stephen," possibly Stephen Townesend, Burnett's second husband.
ALS concerning an article titled "The Shakers of the Twentieth Century," to be based on the young Shakers of the late nineteenth century.
ALS to "Sir" concerning an unspecified work in progress.
ALS correcting a mistaken impression that she has agreed to speak at the Grosvenor Club.
ALS concerning a business matter.
Letter : Plandome Park, Plandome, Long Island, to Carolyn Wells Houghton, West [?] Street, New York, 1920 Nov 6
ALS, with envelope, discussing travel plans and family.
ALS concerning a theatrical production of Little Lord Fauntleroy.
The Liebert Autograph Collection contains chiefly British (as well as other European and American) historical and literary manuscripts and autographs, including items by James Boswell, Jr., Sir Joseph Banks, Marie Corelli, Eugene V. Debs, Camille Pissarro, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Thomas Henry Huxley, Samuel Johnson, Ouida, and Alfred Tennyson. The Liebert Correspondence consists of letters written to Liebert by Ian Fleming, Beverly Nichols, John Cowper Powys, and Thornton Wilder.