Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 1833-1908
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of Edmund Clarence Stedman Materials
Collection of Edwin Markham Materials
The collection contains correspondence and manuscripts, some with autographs, dating from 1901-1930s.
Collection of Elizabeth Akers Allen Materials
This collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, and first publications of Maine writer, Elizabeth Akers Allen. The bulk of the collection consists of manuscripts and published writings written by Allen between 1846 and 1906. The collection also contains correspondence, an Autograph book, clippings, and a few photographic prints.
Collection of Philip Bourke Marston Materials
The collection contains correspondence from the 1880s and one undated manuscript.
Collection of Robert Underwood Johnson Materials
Collection contains correspondence (some tipped into poetry volumes) to American literary figures in late nineteenth to early twentieth century and one typed manuscript.
Collection of Sir Edmund William Gosse Materials
The collection contains correspondence from 1880s-1920s and two published articles on Thomas Hardy, one from 1896 and the other from 1927.
Collection of Thomas Bailey Aldrich Materials
The collection contains correspondence and other materials that document Aldrich's life and work, primarily dating from the 1870s to the early 1900s.
- Poetry 5
- American poetry -- 20th century 3
- Manuscripts 2
- Newspaper clippings 2
- Photographs 2
- Agriculture 1
- American Literature -- Women Authors 1
- American poetry -- 19th century 1
- Boston (Mass.) 1
- Education 1
- Fine Arts 1
- Letters 1
- Ponkapoag (Mass.) 1
- Social Movements and Services 1 + ∧ less
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