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Thomas Holley Chivers, New York, autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 26 September 1842

Thomas Holley Chivers, New York, autograph letter signed to Edgar Alla...

Inquires whether Poe received his poem, "The Mighty Dead. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Edgar Allan Poe, New York, autograph letter to Jane Ermina Locke, 10 March 1847

Edgar Allan Poe, New York, autograph letter to Jane Ermina Locke, 10 M...

Explains his reply to [Nathaniel P. ] Willis's editorial on him in the Home Journal [26 December 1846?]. His delay in writing was caused by a "sorrow so poignant" [Virginia Poe died 30 January 1847]. Courtesy o... More

Edgar Allan Poe, [Richmond, VA.?]., autograph letter to Mrs. Maria Clemm, 29 August 1849

Edgar Allan Poe, [Richmond, VA.?]., autograph letter to Mrs. Maria Cle...

Describes the enthusiastic reception of his lecture [in Richmond]. Plans for leaving Fordham. Mentions Annie [Richmond]. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

George Lippard, Philadelphia, autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 22 November 1849

George Lippard, Philadelphia, autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswol...

Is unable to find a missing valise of Poe. Mentions Philadelphians who contributed to Poe's support the previous summer. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Literary map of Texas.
George Lippard, Philadelphia, autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 22 November 1849

George Lippard, Philadelphia, autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswol...

Is unable to find a missing valise of Poe. Mentions Philadelphians who contributed to Poe's support the previous summer. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Henry Bibb.
[Copyright registration application from claimant L. Frank Baum for The wonderful wizard of Oz and The Navy alphabet].

[Copyright registration application from claimant L. Frank Baum for Th...

Holograph letter, signed by L. Frank Baum (1856-1919) dated July 28, 1900 to the Librarian of Congress requesting Copyright registration for two titles: The wonderful wizard of Oz (claiming rights for Baum as a... More

H. S. de G. manuscript poem: "The Exile."
Manuscript poem: "A Fable: the Owl and two Parrots," [1839?]
Jared Sparks, Salem, autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 5 August 1846

Jared Sparks, Salem, autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 5 Augu...

Sends an "engraved head," also the first number of an illustrated Life of Washington containing "the best engraving from Stuart's Washington that has ever been executed. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

John Greenleaf Whittier manuscript articles, [1847]: "Maine - The Wilmot Proviso" and "The Slave Orator."

John Greenleaf Whittier manuscript articles, [1847]: "Maine - The Wilm...

For the National Era? Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Edgar Allan Poe, New York, letter signed to John P. Kennedy, 26 October 1845

Edgar Allan Poe, New York, letter signed to John P. Kennedy, 26 Octobe...

Has assumed control of the Broadway Journal. Requests loan of fifty dollars. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

L. Maria Child.

L. Maria Child.

Picryl description: Public domain image from the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem, free to use, no copyright restrictions image. The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Har... More

Edgar Allan Poe, Richmond, VA., letter signed to John P. Kennedy, 22 January 1836

Edgar Allan Poe, Richmond, VA., letter signed to John P. Kennedy, 22 J...

Describes the improvement in his health, spirits, and financial situation. Asks advice in selecting an attorney. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Edgar Allan Poe, [Richmond, VA.?]., autograph letter to Mrs. Maria Clemm, 29 August 1849

Edgar Allan Poe, [Richmond, VA.?]., autograph letter to Mrs. Maria Cle...

Describes the enthusiastic reception of his lecture [in Richmond]. Plans for leaving Fordham. Mentions Annie [Richmond]. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Edgar Allan Poe, [Richmond, VA.?]., autograph letter to Mrs. Maria Clemm, 29 August 1849

Edgar Allan Poe, [Richmond, VA.?]., autograph letter to Mrs. Maria Cle...

Describes the enthusiastic reception of his lecture [in Richmond]. Plans for leaving Fordham. Mentions Annie [Richmond]. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Sophia Hawthorne autograph letter signed to James Thomas Fields, [Concord], 29 April 1866

Sophia Hawthorne autograph letter signed to James Thomas Fields, [Conc...

Tells him how [Ralph Waldo] Emerson broke in upon his precious Sunday to deliver the package. Asks if Fields sent her $100 in March; wants to verify her accounts. Signed "S.H." Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Thomas Holley Chivers, New York, autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 12 July 1842

Thomas Holley Chivers, New York, autograph letter signed to Edgar Alla...

Expresses pleasure at Poe's apology for "the autograph article". Considers poetry the perfection of literature.Will try to obtain subscribers for the Penn Magazine. Hopes soon to submit to him his poem, The Mig... More

Rufus Wilmot Griswold, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to Moss & Brothers, 20 May 1850

Rufus Wilmot Griswold, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to M...

Receipt on behalf of the Carys for $100, for the sale of the copyright of Poems by Alice and Phoebe Cary. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Edgar Allan Poe, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to Frederick W. Thomas, 16 March 1843

Edgar Allan Poe, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to Frederi...

Describes his trip home from Washington. Expresses gratitude to Thomas and Dow. Messages to Dr. Lacey, Mr. Fuller, Mr. Tyler. Subscriptions to his magazine increasing. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

George Lippard, Philadelphia, autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 22 November 1849

George Lippard, Philadelphia, autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswol...

Is unable to find a missing valise of Poe. Mentions Philadelphians who contributed to Poe's support the previous summer. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Edgar Allan Poe, New-York, autograph note signed to R. W. Griswold, 26 October 1845

Edgar Allan Poe, New-York, autograph note signed to R. W. Griswold, 26...

Requests loan of fifty dollars to help finance the Broadway Journal, which he now controls. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Edgar Allan Poe, Philadelphia, PA., letter signed to John P. Kennedy, June 1841

Edgar Allan Poe, Philadelphia, PA., letter signed to John P. Kennedy, ...

Describes the establishment of Graham's Magazine and suggests an "agreement" with Kennedy. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Edgar Allan Poe, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to Frederick W. Thomas, 16 March 1843

Edgar Allan Poe, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to Frederi...

Describes his trip home from Washington. Expresses gratitude to Thomas and Dow. Messages to Dr. Lacey, Mr. Fuller, Mr. Tyler. Subscriptions to his magazine increasing. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

John Greenleaf Whittier, Amesbury, MA., manuscript article, 1 October: "The Whigs of Massachusetts."

John Greenleaf Whittier, Amesbury, MA., manuscript article, 1 October:...

For the National Era. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Edgar Allan Poe, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to Frederick W. Thomas, 16 March 1843

Edgar Allan Poe, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to Frederi...

Describes his trip home from Washington. Expresses gratitude to Thomas and Dow. Messages to Dr. Lacey, Mr. Fuller, Mr. Tyler. Subscriptions to his magazine increasing. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Celia Thaxter autograph letter signed to Annie Fields, Appledore, Isles of Shoals, N.H., 24 February 1869

Celia Thaxter autograph letter signed to Annie Fields, Appledore, Isle...

Expects to be moored there while Mr. Thaxter and the younger boys are tramping in Florida. Praises the "Bee and Rose"; asks who wrote "Sea-Gulls" in the November Atlantic. Verso: Note in Mrs. Fields' hand assig... More

Lydia Howard (Huntley) Sigourney, Hartford, CT., autograph letter signed to George R. Graham, 13 November 1844

Lydia Howard (Huntley) Sigourney, Hartford, CT., autograph letter sign...

Regrets that her poem "The Stockbridge Bowl" was printed in [the October 1844 issue of] Graham's Magazine without her knowledge - in its stead she will supply another. Praises engraving of Mrs. [Ann Sophia] Ste... More

Charles Fenno Hoffman autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, [1845?]

Charles Fenno Hoffman autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, [1845...

Encloses some ballads by Seba Smith and some poems of his own for his new edition [of The Vigil of Faith?]. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Thomas Holley Chivers, Oaky Grove, GA., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 30 October 1845

Thomas Holley Chivers, Oaky Grove, GA., autograph letter signed to Edg...

Reproaches Poe for neglecting him. Defends his accentuation of a word in his "Wife's Lament. Amends a line in The Dying Swan. Praises Tennyson's technique and [Richard Henry] Horne's Orion. Courtesy of Boston P... More

John Greenleaf Whittier, Amesbury, MA., manuscript article, 29 October [1847?]: "The Better Land."

John Greenleaf Whittier, Amesbury, MA., manuscript article, 29 October...

For the National Era. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Aaron Powell.

Aaron Powell.

Picryl description: Public domain vintage artistic photograph, free to use, no copyright restrictions image.

End papers and back cover.
Celia Thaxter autograph letter signed to [Annie and James Fields], Shoals, [N.H.], 6 July 1872

Celia Thaxter autograph letter signed to [Annie and James Fields], Sho...

Was never so disappointed; went to the boat to meet them. Still hopes they will come. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Edgar Allan Poe, Baltimore, MD., autograph letter signed to Thomas W. White, 22 June 1835

Edgar Allan Poe, Baltimore, MD., autograph letter signed to Thomas W. ...

Advises against a detailed review of the current [Southern Literary] Messenger. Comments favorably on its contributors. Would be glad to come to Richmond. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin."

Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin."

Picryl description: Public domain vintage artistic portrait photograph, free to use, no copyright restrictions image.

Edward Everett, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed, 1 April 1830

Edward Everett, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed, 1 April 1830

Gives information about admission to West Point. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

T[imothy?] M[ather] Cooley manuscript poem: "The Angel's Winter Visit."
Manuscript poem: "The Iron Age"
Frances Sargent (Locke) Osgood manuscript poem: "The Bouquet" and "Songs for Children."
William Croswell Doane manuscript poem, Grey Cliff, Newport.,
Manuscript poem: "The Iron Age"
William Albert Sutliffe manuscript poem fragment
Francis Wayland document

Francis Wayland document

List of Dr. Wayland's works. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Sarah Jane (Clarke) Lippincott, (Grace Greenwood, pseudonym) manuscript poem: "The Lover of His Faithless Mistress."
Frances Sargent (Locke) Osgood manuscript poem: "The Diamond-fay."
Charles King, Col[umbia] Coll[ege]., autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 11 March [?]

Charles King, Col[umbia] Coll[ege]., autograph letter signed to R. W. ...

Encloses a memoir of his mother [Mary (Alsop) King] and an extract from a letter of John Adams to Rufus King on the occasion of the latter's marriage. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Albert (pseudonym) manuscript poem: To Caroline F. S.
Joel Barlow manuscript by unidentified writer

Joel Barlow manuscript by unidentified writer

Biographical data on Joel Barlow. At the end, a letter to R. W. Griswold. Suggests sources for Barlow's biography, and selections from his work. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft autograph document for R. W. Griswold

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft autograph document for R. W. Griswold

Biographical data. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Nathaniel Beverley Tucker, 47 Warren St., New York, to R. W. Griswold, 8 April

Nathaniel Beverley Tucker, 47 Warren St., New York, to R. W. Griswold,...

Will attend to the enclosure for Poe. Comments on Griswold's engagement to Charlotte Myers. Asks to see proofs of [Charles Fenno] Hoffman's Vigil. Wants someone to copy "The Poet" from the New Yorker, 1838-9 fo... More

Erastus Wolcott Ellsworth manuscript poem: "Robinson Crusoe."
Alice Cary manuscript poem: "O stormy winds of winter time."
A. F. Huston manuscript poem: "The Lead of the Wave."
Manuscript poems about Cuba
James Freeman Clarke manuscript poem: "Triformis Diana."

James Freeman Clarke manuscript poem: "Triformis Diana."

The poem is printed in The Poets of America. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Frances Sargent (Locke) Osgood manuscript poem: "The wraith of the Rose."
Frances Sargent (Locke) Osgood manuscript poem fragment: "The sunset burned above the tropic isle.
Manuscript poems about Cuba
Nathaniel Parker Willis autograph letter signed to George R. Graham

Nathaniel Parker Willis autograph letter signed to George R. Graham

The draughtsman, George Flagg, would make an outline [of the writer?] in the style of the Fraser portraits for $30 or $40 if Graham wishes. Has a love story half-written which he will send. Courtesy of Boston P... More

Joel Barlow manuscript by unidentified writer

Joel Barlow manuscript by unidentified writer

Biographical data on Joel Barlow. At the end, a letter to R. W. Griswold. Suggests sources for Barlow's biography, and selections from his work. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

V. L., Senate Chamber. Tuesday., autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold

V. L., Senate Chamber. Tuesday., autograph letter signed to R. W. Gris...

Describes the election of S[amuel] S[hethar] Phelps as United States Senator. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Nathaniel Beverley Tucker, Williamsburg, VA., autograph letter signed to Thomas W. White, 29 November 1835

Nathaniel Beverley Tucker, Williamsburg, VA., autograph letter signed ...

Criticizes a review of Norman Leslie, also one of Poe's tales, and the same author's metrical faults. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Edgar Allan Poe, Baltimore, MD., autograph letter signed to Thomas W. White, 30 May 1835

Edgar Allan Poe, Baltimore, MD., autograph letter signed to Thomas W. ...

Mentions the arrest of William Gwynn Jones for theft. Wonders at delay in publication of [John P.] Kennedy's book [Horse-Shoe Robinson]: apologizes for his critique of it. Expresses scorn for [Laughton Osborn's... More

Edgar Allan Poe letter signed to John P. Kennedy, 15 March 1835

Edgar Allan Poe letter signed to John P. Kennedy, 15 March 1835

Declines a dinner invitation because of his personal appearance. Asks for a loan of $20. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

William John Duane, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to Thomas Willis White, 24 April 1835

William John Duane, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to Thom...

Thanks him for Mr. Brown's speech. Regrets the dearth of unselfish politicians. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Edgar Allan Poe, Richmond, VA., letter signed to John P. Kennedy, 7 June 1836

Edgar Allan Poe, Richmond, VA., letter signed to John P. Kennedy, 7 Ju...

Outlines his financial difficulty, and asks loan of $100. Describes success of the Messenger. Asks for contribution to it. Refers to his marriage. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Lady Caroline Elizabeth Sarah (Sheridan) Norton Stirling-Maxwell, New York, manuscript poem, 25 June 1836: "I do not love thee…"

Lady Caroline Elizabeth Sarah (Sheridan) Norton Stirling-Maxwell, New ...

Writer unknown. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Lydia Howard (Huntley) Sigourney, Hartford, CT., autograph letter signed to Edgar A. Poe, 23 April 1836

Lydia Howard (Huntley) Sigourney, Hartford, CT., autograph letter sign...

Thanks Poe for his letter of the 12th, sent with the January number of the Southern Literary Messenger. Protests against Poe's charge that she imitates Mrs. Hemans. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

George G. Foster, Mobile, AL., autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 16 October 1837

George G. Foster, Mobile, AL., autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswo...

Wishes to renew their correspondence "now that time and fate have wrought upon us both." Approves of Griswold's plan for a magazine. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Charles Anthon, New York, autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 1 June 1837

Charles Anthon, New York, autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, ...

Explains two Hebrew phrases, Isaiah 34.10 and Ezekiel 35.7. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

J. E. Tenney, Middlebury College, (VT), autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 28 June 1838

J. E. Tenney, Middlebury College, (VT), autograph letter signed to R. ...

Asks Griswold to write an ode for the commencement exercises at Middlebury College. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Manuscript poem: "A Fable: the Owl and two Parrots," [1839?]
William Evans Burton, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 10 May 1839

William Evans Burton, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to Ed...

Offers Poe a position with the Gentleman's Magazine. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Horace Greeley, New York, autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 5 December 1840

Horace Greeley, New York, autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 5...

Asks about a missing book, and two articles by [Henry William?] Herbert. Is doing well on the Log. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Louis Antoine Godey, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to George Rex Graham, 18 October 1841

Louis Antoine Godey, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to Geo...

Asks for an explanation of Graham's "unfair interference" between the writer and Ladd. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 3 August 1841

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Biographical data sent at Poe's request. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 8 June 1841

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Offers to write biographical sketches of [Edward C.] Pinkney, Amelia [Welby], "Moina" [Mrs. Anna Peyre Dinnies] and [George D.] Prentice for Poets of America. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Edgar Allan Poe, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 29 May 1841

Edgar Allan Poe, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to R. W. G...

Sends poems [for Poets of America?]. Calls attention to likeness between Longfellow's "Beleaguered City" and his own "The Haunted Palace." Accuses Longfellow of plagiarism. Sends "memo" containing biographical ... More

A. G. Tenney, Boston, MA., autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 15 September 1841

A. G. Tenney, Boston, MA., autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, ...

Asks for information about any position in New York which the writer might satisfactorily hold. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, D.C., autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 28 July 1841

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, D.C., autograph letter signed to...

Agrees to write some biographical sketches [for Poets of America?] Refers Griswold to Poe or Ingraham for the writer's own work. Support the international copyright law. Expresses unfavorable opinion of W. D. G... More

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 19 July 1841

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Mentions President Tyler's opposition to removals from office. Sends a cryptograph of Mr. P. Ewing. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Joseph Holt Ingraham, New York, autograph letter signed to George Rex Graham, 25 July 1841

Joseph Holt Ingraham, New York, autograph letter signed to George Rex ...

Inquires about three tales he has sent. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

James Thomas Fields, Portsmouth, NH., autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 20 July 1841

James Thomas Fields, Portsmouth, NH., autograph letter signed to R. W....

Sends a poem, "The Widow's Reply," for the [Boston] Times and Notion. "I can just guess the author, but dare not put her name to the piece." Describes his holiday. The poem is copied at the end of the letter. C... More

Herman Hooker autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, [1842?]

Herman Hooker autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, [1842?]

Inquires about an announcement that [Ralph Waldo?] Emerson is printing an edition of [John] Sterling. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Eliza Leslie, No. 399 Chesnut [sic] St., autograph letter addressed to George Rex Graham, 8 February 1842

Eliza Leslie, No. 399 Chesnut [sic] St., autograph letter addressed to...

Sends an article for the April number of Graham's. Wants the public to know that what she writes she writes for the magazine "(during the year 1842) will be literal truth, without the slightest mixture of ficti... More

Edgar Allan Poe, Philadelphia, PA., letter signed to Frederick W. Thomas, 21 September 1842

Edgar Allan Poe, Philadelphia, PA., letter signed to Frederick W. Thom...

His failure to keep appointment with Thomas on Sunday was due to illness. Will send copy of Clinton Bradshaw. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

George Rex Graham, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 19 April 1842

George Rex Graham, Philadelphia, PA., autograph letter signed to R. W....

Has a proposal to make, if Griswold has not abandoned editorial work. Approves of Griswold's book [The Poets of America?]. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Nathaniel Beverley Tucker, New York, autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 28 December 1842

Nathaniel Beverley Tucker, New York, autograph letter signed to R. W. ...

Has not the time to write a notice of [George] Lunt. Has seen Mrs. [Emma C.] Embury, and "all is explained. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Epes Sargent, 251 Broadway, New York, autograph letter signed to Frances Sargent Locke Osgood, 12 December 1842

Epes Sargent, 251 Broadway, New York, autograph letter signed to Franc...

Sends copy of his new magazine [Sargent's New Monthly Magazine?] and returns a poem submitted by Mrs. Osgood because he cannot pay her for it. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Henry Jarvis Raymond, New York, autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 21 October 1842

Henry Jarvis Raymond, New York, autograph letter signed to R. W. Grisw...

Promises to send a notice. Has finished his Life of Clay, 198 octavo pages, for [James B.] Swain. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Ann Sophia (Winterbotham) Stephens, New York, autograph letter signed to George R. Graham, 3 June 1842

Ann Sophia (Winterbotham) Stephens, New York, autograph letter signed ...

Explains her delay in sending him a sketch. Complains bitterly of a false rumor that she has become the editor of the Sunday News, "a situation proper only for the other sex." Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Charles James Sprague manuscript poem, 16 February [1843?]: "Truth."
Elizur Wright Jr., Dorchester, (MA), autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 24 February 1843

Elizur Wright Jr., Dorchester, (MA), autograph letter signed to R. W. ...

Encloses a "sample" of his writings for Graham's Magazine ["Eulogy on . . Mr. John Frost," Graham's Magazine, March 1844?]. Has been severely criticized in the New York Observer for his translation of the Fable... More

Henry William Herbert autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, [1843?]

Henry William Herbert autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, [1843...

Thanks Griswold for help in settling his financial difficulties. Sends him "The Surprise of Trenton. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Juliet H. Campbell manuscript by unknown writer, [after 1843]

Juliet H. Campbell manuscript by unknown writer, [after 1843]

Biographical sketch. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to Edgar Allan Poe, 27 March 1843

Frederick William Thomas, Washington, DC., autograph letter signed to ...

Laughs at [Jesse E.] Dow's letter to [J. C.] Clarke, [14 March 1843?]. Describes John Tyler's interest in Poe. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Rufus Griswold, New York, letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 9 January [1843?]

Rufus Griswold, New York, letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 9 January [...

Entitled "An Incident of Mortality". Describes the funeral of the Duke of Orleans, 1842." Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Horace Greeley, New York, autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 13 November 1843

Horace Greeley, New York, autograph letter signed to R. W. Griswold, 1...

Sharply criticizes Griswold's edition of Béranger [The Songs of Béranger in English, Philadelphia 1844]. Asks about Griswold's edition of [Winthrop Mackworth] Praed [New York 1844], and some literary letters [t... More

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