Abstract

A collection of British and American literary manuscripts and correspondence primarily from the latter half of the nineteenth century.

Historical Background

The collection was puchased from James O'Neill in 1964. O'Neill was an industrial consultant and book dealer residing in Boston. The manuscript materials formed a small part of a larger puchase of O'Neill's 14,000 volume library, which represents a life-time of book collecting by O'Neill. O'Neill's interest in American and English literature of the late nineteenth century is evident in both his library and in the materials contained in the manuscript collection.

Scope and Content

Accession Processed in 1995

The materials in the James O'Neill Collection formed part of a large book collection puchased from O'Neill by the UCSD Library. O'Neill was a book dealer and collector. This collection documents his interest in late nineteenth century serial fiction and short stories. While the bulk of the collection is comprised of manuscripts, there is also ample correspondence from the period. Of special interest is the correspondence included in the Amos R. Wells papers, which offers examples of the relationships between writers, editors, and publishers during the period. The collection is divided into five series: MANUSCRIPTS, COLLECTED LETTERS, MISCELLANEOUS, AMOS R. WELLS PAPERS, and ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

1: MANUSCRIPTS

This series is arranged alphabetically by author's name. Each author's works are also arranged alphabetically. The manuscripts themselves are all undated, but published tearsheets found with some of the works date between 1859 and 1910. Included are English and American writers of primarily sentimental and children's literature. William T. Adams (1822-1897) wrote serial fiction for children under the lifeleong pseudonym of "Oliver Optic." Charlotte M. Brame (1836-1884), who has the largest number of manuscripts in this collection, was an English writer of sentimental fiction who published widely in both London and New York periodicals. Abbie Farwell Brown (b.1881) was an American writer of childrens stories. May Agnes Fleming (1840-1880) was an American writer of sentimental fiction who published novels and serial fiction. Bracebridge Hemyng (1841-1901) was an Engish writer of children's fiction who lived and published in the United States from 1873 to 1878. Mary Jane Holmes (1825-1907) was an American writer of sentimental fiction who was immensely popular and successful during this period; with the exception of Harriet Beecher Stowe, her copyright profits exceeded those of all other female authors in America. Owen Wister (b.1860) was an American writer of children's fiction. Mrs. Henry Wood (1814-1887) was an English magazine editor and writer of sentimental fiction. Included in the MANUSCRIPTS series are typescripts, bound manuscripts, and tearsheets from small magazines and journals.

2: COLLECTED LETTERS

This series consists of letters dating from the late nineteenth century and first half of the twentieth century. They are organized alphabetically by correspondent, except in the case of Capt. J.G.B. Adams, who was the addressee of a number of letters.

3: MISCELLANEOUS

This series consists of various materials found interspersed in the collection which do not appear related to items in the primary series. Included are missionary pamplets dating from the mid-1800s, and a December 1941 typescript newsletter from the U.S. Naval Air Station in Kodiak, Alaska.

4: AMOS R. WELLS PAPERS

Wells was an American journalist who published a children's periodical titled THE GOLDEN RULE, as well as a general periodical titled CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. He maintained correspondence with many prominent figures in the temperance and women's suffrage movements, along with various writers who contributed to the magazines. The first subseries (4A, Manuscripts) contains manuscripts of William H. Hamby, a San Diego-based writer. The manuscripts are organized alphabetically by title. The second subseries (4B, Correspondence) contains Wells' correspondence. This subseries is organized chronologically, with names of each year's correspondents listed and arranged alphabetically. Two folders contain correspondence by single correspondents, with the letters arranged chronologically.

5: ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

The final series consists of fragile documents which were removed from their original position for preservation purposes. Acid-free photocopies of the materials have been substitued for these items, and should be used by researchers unless they have a real need to view the originals. These documents are arranged in a single folder, following the order in which they appear in the collection.

MANUSCRIPTS

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11 Adams, William T. [Oliver Optic]. ADVENTURES OF A BOY STOWAWAY, pp. 1-143.
12 Adams, William T. [Oliver Optic]. ADVENTURES OF A BOY STOWAWAY, pp. 144-335.
13 Adams, William T. [Oliver Optic]. Charlie's Fortune. Typescript with handwritten corrections by author. Part I
14 Adams, William T. [Oliver Optic]. Charlie's Fortune. Typescript with handwritten corrections by author. Part II
15 Adams, William T. [Oliver Optic]. THE FALL OF A MILLIONAIRE, pp. 1-209.
16 Adams, William T. [Oliver Optic]. THE FALL OF A MILLIONAIRE, pp. 210-381.
17 Benners, William J. The Curse of the Opals or, Her Downward Steps.
18 Benners, William J. In the Hypnotist's Power.
19 Benners, William J. In the Hypnotist's Power. Typescript.
110 Benners, William J. A Modern Heathen. Synopsis.
21 Benners, William J. Old Pierre's Legacy, or Tony, A Tale of the Louisiana.
22 Benners, William J. The Search for the Missing Heirs, or A Plot For A Fortune.
23 Benners, William J. THE SECOND MRS. DARRINGTON, pp. 34-221.
24 Benners, William J. THE SECOND MRS. DARRINGTON, pp. 222-413.
25 Benners, William J. THE SECOND MRS. DARRINGTON, pp. 414-596.
26 Black, Ida. Arline's Quest, or The Schoolmaster's Sweetheart.
27 Black, Ida. The Cost of Her Vow, or The Curse of Cain. Tearsheets
28 Black, Ida. The Death-Bed Marriage, or The Missing Bridegroom.
29 Black, Ida. A Fateful Wedding Eve, or The Pirate's Daughter.
31 Black, Ida. Her Father's Crime, or A Daughter's Sacrifice.
32 Black, Ida. Her Father's Crime, or A Daughter's Sacrifice. Typescript
33 Black, Ida. IN ANOTHER'S NAME, or LOVE TRIUMPH.
34 Black, Ida. IN ANOTHER'S NAME, or LOVE'S TRIUMPH. Typescript carbon
35 Black, Ida. The Miser's Daughter, or The Stolen Jewel. Typescript
36 Black, Ida. Peg, the Waif's Fortunes, or From Darkness into Light.
37 Black, Ida. Peg, the Waif's Fortunes, or From Darkness into Light. Typescript
38 Black, Ida. Pledged at Birth. Incomplete (3 copies)
39 Black, Ida. Under a Curse, or The Gipsy's Warning.
310 Black, Ida. Under a Curse, or The Gipsy's Warning. Typescript
311 Black, Ida. Unjustly Condemned, or The Price of a Life.
41 Black, Ida. Unjustly Condemned, or The Price of a Life. Typescript
42 Braddon, Eric [Daisy Darling]. True to Her Love. (incomplete)
43 Braddon, Eric. Wove on Fates Loom, or Madge Wilde's Fortune. (incomplete)
44 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Above Suspicion.
45 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Bonnie Doon. Tearsheets
46 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Christmas Eve at Thornley Hall. Tearsheets
47 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Clifden Hall-- A New Year's Story.
48 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Clifden Hall-- A New Year's Story. Tearsheets
49 Brame, Charlotte Mary. The Cost of a Kiss.
410 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Doris Lynne's Trial.
411 Brame, Charlotte Mary. A Fatal Infatuation.
412 Brame, Charlotte Mary. The Fatal Night.
413 Brame, Charlotte Mary. The Fatal Night. Tearsheets
414 Brame, Charlotte Mary. A Fatal Temptation. Tearsheets
415 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Ferndale Manor-- A Christmas Story.
416 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Ferndale Manor-- A Christmas Story. Tearsheets
417 Brame, Charlotte Mary. The Fifth Concert of the Season.
418 Brame, Charlotte Mary. The Fifth Concert of the Season. Tearsheets
419 Brame, Charlotte Mary. First Violets.
420 Brame, Charlotte Mary. First Violets. Tearsheets
421 Brame, Charlotte Mary. For Ever True.
422 Brame, Charlotte Mary. For Ever True. Tearsheets
423 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Freshman's Choice.
424 Brame, Charlotte Mary. (?) The Gloved Hand.
425 Brame, Charlotte Mary. The Heir of Lynde.
426 Brame, Charlotte Mary. A Hidden Treasure.
427 Brame, Charlotte Mary. A Hidden Treasure. Tearsheets
428 Brame, Charlotte Mary (?). How Mrs. Darrell Shot a Tiger.
429 Brame, Charlotte Mary. In Another's Place, or Bella's Pretence. Tearsheets
430 Brame, Charlotte Mary. John Hilton's Secret.
431 Brame, Charlotte Mary. John Hilton's Secret. Tearsheets
51 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Just in Time.
52 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Kate Charson's Lovers.
53 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Lady Lorton.
54 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Lady Lorton. Tearsheets
55 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Lady Magdalene's Disappearance, or A Face With A Shadow.
56 Brame, Charlotte Mary. A Lost Love.
57 Brame, Charlotte Mary. A Lost Valentine.
58 Brame, Charlotte Mary. A Lost Valentine. Tearsheets
59 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Love's Probation.
510 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Mabel Grey. Tearsheet
511 Brame, Charlotte Mary. A Man's Mad Folly, or Christmas Eve at Thornley Hall.
512 Brame, Charlotte Mary. A Man's Peril.
513 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Married For Love.
514 Brame, Charlotte Mary. The Midshipman's Story.
515 Brame, Charlotte Mary. My Brother's Love. Tearsheet
516 Brame, Charlotte Mary. My Companion.
517 Brame, Charlotte Mary. My Companion. Tearsheets
518 Brame, Charlotte Mary. My First Love. Tearsheets
519 Brame, Charlotte Mary. My Ward. Tearsheets
520 Brame, Charlotte Mary. My Wrong, or The Fatal Mere.
521 Brame, Charlotte Mary. The Mystery of Colde Fell. Tearsheets
522 Brame, Charlotte Mary. New Year's Eve. Tearsheets
523 Brame, Charlotte Mary. A Night of Horror.
524 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Purified By Suffering, or A Girl's Mad Marriage.
525 Brame, Charlotte Mary. The Rejected Picture.
526 Brame, Charlotte Mary. The Stepmother.
527 Brame, Charlotte Mary. The Step-Mother. Tearsheets
61 Brame, Charlotte Mary. A Terrible Christmas Eve.
62 Brame, Charlotte Mary. A Terrible Christmas Eve. Tearsheets
63 Brame, Charlotte Mary. That Beautiful Lady. Tearsheets
64 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Through the Flames.
65 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Tried and True.
66 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Tried and True. Tearsheet
67 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Two Wooings, or In Golden Fetters.
68 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Under a Siren's Spell, or Under False Colors, ch. 1-7.
69 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Under a Siren's Spell, or Under False Colors, ch. 8-15.
610 Brame, Charlotte Mary. Who Did It?.
611 Brame, Charlotte Mary. The Wickedest Woman in London, or My First Love.
612 Brame, Charlotte Mary. The Wickedest Woman in london, or My First Love. Tearsheets
613 Brame, Charlotte Mary. The Widow Bewitched, or Outwitted.
614 Brame, Charlotte Mary. The Widow Bewitched. Tearsheet
615 Brame, Charlotte M. [pseud. Clay, Bertha]. A Woman's Mystery, or Wages of Sin.
616 Brown, Abbie Farwell. The Drop of Water and the Grain of Sand (poem).
617 Collins, E. Burke. A Faithful Heart, pp. 1-133.
618 Collins, E. Burke. A Faithful Heart, pp. 134-282.
619 Collins, E. Burke. A Faithful Heart, pp. 283-433.
71 Collins, E. Burke. A Fallen Angel, pp. 1-234.
72 Collins, E. Burke. A Fallen Angel, pp. 235-458.
73 Collins, E. Burke. A Golden Mystery. Typescript
74 Collins, Mrs. E. Burke [pseudonym]. The Opal Ring.
75 Collins, E. Burke. The Pity of It. Typescript
76 Collins, E. Burke. Reine's Confession, or The Fatal Challenge. Incomplete tearsheets
77 Collins, E. Burke. The Stolen Heiress, or The Cost of a Kiss.
78 Collins, E. Burke. Through a Woman's Treachery. Incomplete typescript
79 Collins, E. Burke. A Tradition of Italy. Typescript
710 Field, Eugene. Original publications in THE DENVER TRIBUNE, 1880s.
711 Fleming, May Agnes. Who Wins A Fortune, or A Bitter Deception.
712 Garvice, (Garvill) Charles. Olive, pp. 306-550.
713 Garvice, (Garvill) Charles. A Paper Bag.
714 Gerald, Florence. Fortune's Wheel. Typescript
81 Gladden, Washington. The Story of Nearnuff Wright.
82 Hayden, Hattie. The Little Snowflake, pp. 1-167.
83 Hayden, Hattie. The Little Snowflake, pp. 168-344.
84 Hayden, Hattie. The Little Snowflake, pp. 345-527.
85 Hemyng, Bracebridge. THE FAMILY DIAMONDS, chp. 1-9
86 Hemyng, Bracebridge. THE FAMILY DIAMONDS, chp. 10-18
87 Hemyng, Bracebridge. THE FAMILY DIAMONDS, chp. 19-26
91 Holmes, Mary Jane. A Stolen Proposal.
92 Homes, Mary J. Tom and I. Tearsheets
93 Hume, Fergus. The Death Trap. Tearsheets
94 M.M.E. An Oriental Escapade. (Includes tearsheets)
95 Meret, Estelle. Jack.
96 Pierce, Etta W. The Master of Holme Manor. Tearsheet
97 Pierce, Etta W. One Night.
98 Pierce, Etta (?). Prince Otto.
99 Pierce, Etta W. Roxie.
910 Pierce, Etta W. A Terrible Mistake.
911 Reed, Mary [Brame?]. A Modern Coldne.
912 Shelley, Howard. Robbed of a Fortune, or The Dalmuth Case.
913 Shelley, Howard. Robbed of a Fortune, or The Dalmuth Case. Typescript
914 Shelley, Howard. A Tragedy of Venice.
915 Steel, Willis. Anna Karenina.
916 Williams, John B. An Exciting Story of the Mysteries of India. Typescript
917 Wister, Owen. A Week Away from Time, prologue - p. 143.
918 Wister, Owen. A Week Away from Time, pp. 144-268.
919 Wood, Mrs. Henry. Lady Isabel's Daughter. Tearsheets
920 Yma. George Grantley's First Valentine.
101 Unknown. A Clean Breast of It. Typescript, incomplete
102 Unknown [Pierce, Etta? Brame?]. Hobgoblin Hall.
103 Unknown. Ladies at the Limes (incomplete).
104 Unknown. A Posthumous Vengeance, pp. 1-133.
105 Unknown. A Posthumous Vengeance, pp. 134-287.
106 Unknown. A Posthumous Vengeance, pp. 288-445.
107 Unknown. Reginald Lester's Choice. Incomplete tearsheets
108 Unknown. Untitled.
109 Unknown. Untitled. Typescript
1010 Unknown. Untitled (incomplete).
1011 Manuscript and typescript loose, unidentified pages.
1012 Downes, William H. Drafts of articles for DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY.

COLLECTED LETTERS

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111 Adam, Capt. J.G.B. 1888-1893 (letters to).
112 Blackwell, T. Mayo. 1899.
113 Bouton, John. 1859.
114 Brooks, Phillips. 1876.
115 Dewey, John. 1932.
116 Dorr, Julia Caroline. 1886-1890.
117 Foote, Mary Hallock.
118 Harmutt, B. 1871.
119 Hurd, Harry Elmore. 1929-1955.
1110 Hyer, Francis E. 1867.
1111 Meriam, Eben. 1861-1863.
1112 Sedgewick, Catherine Maria.
1113 Whipple, Edwin Perry. 1841 & 1853.
1114 Autographed letters.
1115 Miscellaneous papers.

MISCELLANEOUS

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1116 U.S. Naval Air Station, Kodiak, Alaska. Morning Press, December 8, 1941.
1117 Missionary materials.
1118 Ephemera.

AMOS R. WELLS PAPERS

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Manusripts

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1119 Hamby, William H. The Fiery Wheel. Typescript
1120 Hamby, William H. Gunshot the Longshot. Typescript
1121 Hamby, William H. Misplace Red Lanterns. Typescript
1122 Hamby, William H. The Night Wind. Typescript
1123 Hamby, William H. Red Ghosts, and The Squaw Pearl. Bound.
1124 Hamby, William H. A Run For My Money. Typescript
1125 Hamby, William H. Strange Freaks of Luck. Series. Typescript
1126 Hamby, William H. This Side the Milky Way. Typescript
1127 Hamby, William H. Unaccounted For. Typescript

Correspondence

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1128 Alden, Isabella M. [pseud. Pansy] Correspondence to Wells, 1892 - 1914. Children's author
1129 Hamby, William H. Correspondence with Wells, 1911 - 1915. Includes biographical sketch of Hamby [by Wells?]
1130 1891. Federick Lynch, Margaret J. Preston
1131 1892. Willis B. Allen, Will Carleton, Francis E. Clark, John P. Gavit, William Elliot Griffis, Curtis Guild, James Halken, H.C. King, Sucy Larcom, Marion Lawrence, J.W. Lee, Eleanor Lewis, Mary A. Livermore, Grace Livingston, H.C. Lodgr, H.M. Lothrop, Horace Lunt, William Mathews, S.T. Pickard, S.W. Pratt, Edward A. Rand, Charles S. Robinson, Theo F. Seward, Isabel Somerset, D.A. Targent, John P. Trowbridge, John Wilson.
1132 1893. Willis B. Allen, James Halken, Wayland Hugh, Sucy Larcom, Marion Lawrence, D.L. Leonard, Mary A. Livermore, H.M. Lothrop, Horace Lunt, B. Fay Mills, D.L. Moody, Charles Parkhurst, Edward A. Rand, Gilbert Reil, Charles M. Sheldon.
1133 1894. Charles F. Adams, William Elliot Griffis, Wayland Hugh, James W. Lee, Mary & Margaret W. Leitch, Geo. T. Lemmon, D.L. Leonard, Mary J. Lincoln, Mary A. Livermore, Grace Livingston (Hill), A. Lorimer, H.M. Lothrop ("Margaret Sidney"), D.L. Moody, Elijah A. Morse, A.F. Pierson, Edward A. Rand, Albert Shaw, Frances C. Sparhawk, Sophie Swett, H.W. Warren.
121 1895. Charles F. Adams, Willis B. Allen, Geo. T. Angell, Edward Atkinson, O.C. Auringer, Louis Albert Banks, David B. Hill, Wayland Hugh, Mary E. Ireland, I.J. Lansing, Mary & Margaret W. Leitch, Geo T. Lemmon, Carrie B. Leonard, Mary A. Livermore, Grace Livingston, Evelyn D. London, Geo. C. Lorimer, William Mathews, Helen C. Pitman, Frances C. Sparhawk, J.P. Trowbridge, Ken B. Tuppen, Frances E. Willard, A. E. Winship, A.F. Winslow
122 1896. E. A., Willis B. Allen, Louis Albert Banks, John Henry Barrens, G.D. Coleman, William Elliot Griffis, Jas. Lewis Howe, Wayland Hugh, Walter R. Lambuth, I.J. Lansing, Gustaf Larsson, Mary A. Lathbury, William Laurence, Mary & Margaret W. Leitch, Joshua Levering, Daniel Albright Long, Geo. C. Lorimer, B. Fay Mills, Francis Murphy, Thomas E. Murphy, Josiah Strong.
123 1897. Frank Lee Farnell, J.W. Fry, Sam Walter Foss, Wayland Hugh, A.H. Lewis, T.H. Lewis, Mary A. Livermore, Geo. C. Lorimer, Harriet M. Lothrop, W.D. Lyman.
124 1898. Willis B. Allen, William Elliot Griffis, Wayland Hugh, Mary A. Lathbury, Mary Clement Leavitt, Benj. F. Leggett, Margaret W. Leitch, Marcia M. Livingston, A.J. Lyman, Ernest Neal Lyon, Hattie Lummis, Frederick Lynch, Carlos Martyn, Henry Nedden, Mother Stewart.
125 1899. Lewis N. Finney, Mary A. Lathbury, Albert E. Lawrence, Mary Clement Leavitt, Margaret W. Leitch, Benj. F. Leggett, Geo. T. Lemmon, J. Bunyan Lemon, D.L. Leonard, Martha Lippincott, H.C. Lodge, Frederick Lynch, Ernest N. Lyon, Hattie Lummis, Ira D. Sanky, Carl Schurz, Harriett Knight Smith, W.O. Stoddard.
126 1900. Ira D. Sanky.
127 1901. Winston Churchill.
128 1902. Sarah Adams, Charles Stuart Pratt, J.G. Schurman, John A. Sleicher, Chas Emory Smith.
129 1903. Sarah K. Bolton, A. Coll, Alice May Douglas, Jeb C. Fomner, Henry C. King, Frederic Lawrence Knowles, Geo C. Lorimer, Ernest Neal Lyon, Jeanette A. Marks, William Mathews, New York Society for the Suppression of Vice, Joan Panin, J.B. Sanborn, N.S. Shaler.
1210 1904. Jacob A. Riis, Kate Sanborn, W.O. Stoddard.
1211 1905. Daneil March, Shailer Mathews, S.S. McClure, F.L. Oswald, Joan Panin, Charles Parkhurst, Mary Saffney, R.H. Stearns.
1212 1906. John H. Mickey, E.H. Miller, W.J. Northen, Fleming H. Revell, Charles F. Richardson, Edward Stratemeyer, Susan H. Swelt, E.W. Watson, A.E. Winship.
1213 1907. Harriet G. Mathews, Alexander McKenzie, Edwin P. Mead, J.R. Miller, James Morgan, W.J. Northen, Sophie Swett.
1214 1908. Oscar Fay Adams, Willis B. Allen, John Kendrick Bangs, Charles Parkhurst, H. Putnam, James Riley, F.B. Sanborn, Sophie Swett.
1215 1909. O.F. Adams, Willis B. Allen, William Elliot Griffis, Anne Jarvis, Rich O'Brien, W.M. Page, Charles Parkhurst, Kate Sanborn, Charles F. Scott, John Spargo, Sophie Swett.
1216 1910. Willis B. Allen, Carles D. Norton, William E. Griffis, Mary T. Higginson, T.W. Higginson, Wayland Hugh, Belmont von Mack, Massachusetts Governor, Morris Sheppard, Sophie Swett.
1217 1911. Keene Abbott, O.F. Adams, Willis B. Allen, Keelen A. Clarke, Armie Hamilton Donnell, Geo. F Edmund, S.D. Fess, Jacob H. Gallinger, Robert Hall, J. Hanly, P.S. Henson, C.E. Henson, Mrs. Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Charles D. Hilles, Geo. Huntington, Anna Jarvis, John D. Long, R.L. O'Brien, Walter L. Sawyer.
1218 1912. O.F. Adams, Katharine Lee Bates, Charles S. Blauchard, Sarah J. Brigham, G.W. Brigham, Robert J. Burdette, M. Howard Donne, Annie Hamilton Donnell, Mabel Earle, S.D. Fess, Horace Fletcher, Bradley Gilman, Robert Grant, W. Griffis, Curtis Guild, Washington Hadden, Frederick Hall, J. Frank Hanly, O. Hanford Henderson, P.S. Henson, Dudley M. Holman, Charles D. Hubbard, Anna Jarvis, Simeon W. King, John D. Long, Seth Low, Robert Luce, Jeannette Marks, S. Mathews, William Dana Orcutt, Charles F. Richardson, George Roosevelt, Albert Shaw, Harriet P. Spoftord, J.R. Sullivan, John Wanamaker, Booker T. Washington, White House Secretary to the President, A.E. Winship, William Copley Winslow.
1219 1913. William Elliot Griffis, Louise M. Hodgkind, Estelle M. Hurll, Jeanette Marks, William Dana Orcutt, Gifford Pinchot, Clinton Scollard, Edward A. Steiner, Geo. B. Stewart.
1220 1914. Willis B. Allen, C.F. Dole, Mabel Earle, Eugene and Edith Earle, S.D. Fess, Bradley Gillman, Dora Read Goodale, Mary A. Graban, William D. Hyde, William R. Kane, Jeanette Marks, Caroline Mason, Lucia A. Mead, William Dana Orcutt, Ernest W. Roberts, Walter L. Sawyer, Edward S., Nancy Byrd Turner.
1221 1915. Richard Aldington.
1222 1916. Louis Pendleton.
1223 1920. Vice President Marshall. Includes typescript of address to Indiana State Democratic Convention.
1224 Undated, addressed to Wells. Julia Addison, Clara E. Atwood, H. Butterworth, Helen A. Clarke, Thomas Curtis Clark, Charles D. Hubbard, Mary A. Lathbury, Harriet M. Lothrop, Horace Lunt, Ernest Neal Lyon, Caroline A Mason, John B. Master, Emily Huntington Miller, Kate Sanborn, S.H. Swett, Helen M. Winslow.
1225 Undated, miscellaneous addressees. Harry Belt, C. Clay, M.G. Lodge, Andrew Long, A. Lawrence Lowell, Kate Sanborn.
1226 Miscellaneous addressees, 1815-1942. I.M. Mason, Geoge Bancroft, Lord Lytton, F.B. Sanborn, Louise Chandler Moulton, Henry J. Liggins, Lewis S.B. Jefferds, Katherine Lee Bates, James M. Curley.
1227 Miscellaneous.

ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

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1228 Originals of preservation photocopies.



Finding aid generated: 2005-10-31