Cable, George Washington, 1844-1925
- Existence: 1844 - 1925
George Washington Cable (1844-1925), American novelist
Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
One-fifth of the papers are devoted to correspondence, books, articles, speeches and research notes relating to her publication of Emily Dickinson's poems in Bolts of Melody (1945) and three subsequent books about Emily Dickinson. Bingham's education as well as her professional life as a teacher of French and as a geographer, particularly of Peru, are thoroughly documented with correspondence, research notes, publications and other papers (1885-1929).
Document granting permission to publish "The Last Arrival" to Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson Huckel, 1904 Mar 29
Typed document, signed, authorizing Huckel to include Cable's poem "The Last Arrival" in the collection "Fifty Songs of Mother Love," which she is editing.
ALS explaining that he has resigned from the Board of Managers of the Association of American Authors because he does not have adequate time to give to it.
ALS replying to a solicitation for a submission.
ALS discussing arrangments for a program of readings in Liverpool.
ANS thanking Bensel for his appreciation of The Grandissimes.
ALS informing Thomas that he has asked Mrs. Cable to call on Mrs. Thomas in the White Mountains, where both women are staying.
ALS inviting Miss Mechlin to stop in Northamption to discuss an unspecified matter.
ALS concerning a lecture.
ALS to "Dear Ellsworth," thanking him for a newspaper article.
ALS responding to her inquiry about Smith College, calling it "the best of the female colleges," but adding that it is "overrun with applications," relating a facetious remark by the college President to the effect that he wishes students would stop applying because he has too many already.
ALS concerning a lecture.
ALS mentioning two enclosures, proofs and an adaptation of a memorandum by a Mr. Brainerd (both no longer present).
ALS seeking, on Mr. [Richard Watson?] Gilder's advice, Jefferson's opinion about the suitability of Cable's "Bonaventure" for dramatization, and asking if Jefferson knows Mr. H. N. Carlyle of Northampton.
Materials include: one ALS from Cable to Mr. Evans, on letterhead from "South Sea, Paget West, Bermuda"; fourteen black-and-white photographs, with views of New Orleans architecture; and two clippings and one manuscript note.
ALS discussing payment for a proposed newspaper article.
Letter : Simmsbury, Connecticut, to Charles Dudley Warner, United States Hotel, Saratoga Springs, N.Y., 1885 Jun 17
ALS explaining the reasons for his delay in beginning a biography of [William Gilmore] Simms, mentioning a "storm of criticism and abuse" the previous winter. Accompanied by original envelope.
Letter : The Current Literature Publishing Co., Bryant Building, 55 Liberty Street, New York, to [Henry Mills?] Alden, 97 May 29
ALS thanking the recipient for photographs lent for publication, and noting that a proof was sent.
ALS to "Dear Carey," concerning proofs and copyright for "Au Large," published in his Bonaventure: A Prose Pastoral of Acadian Louisiana (1888).
ALS responding to Wilson. Discusses Wilson's photographs of the French Quarter in New Orleans and Cable's reluctance to enter politics.