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Contains 111 Results:

Fields, Annie Adams, 1834-1915. A.L.S. to Julian Hawthorne; [Boston], c. June 1904

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 1
Call Number: MS C.1.11
Scope and Contents

Wishes he would eliminate the passage stating that Mr. Fields destroyed the Ms. of The Scarlet Letter. Mr. Hawthorne himself "put it up the chimney." 3 p.

Dates: c. June 1904

Hawthorne, Elizabeth Manning, 1802-1883. A.L.S. to James Thomas Fields; [Salem], 12 December 1870

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 2
Call Number: MS C.1.11
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Believes the articles on Nathaniel Hawthorne in the Portland, ME newspapers have some truth. Recalls his boyhood in Raymond, ME, his early laments, the charm he had for strangers. Date and place are given in a note by J.T. Fields. The biographical material was used in "The Whispering Galley" in The Atlantic Monthly Feb. & Mar. 1871. For newspaper articles see 21 May, 25 June, and 9 July 1870. 11 p.

Dates: 12 December 1870

[Hawthorne, Elizabeth Manning, 1802-1883]. A.L.S. to James Thomas Fields; Salem, 13-16 December 1870

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 3
Call Number: MS C.1.11
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Discussing N. Hawthorne and relating some of his experiences. (10 p. incomplete)

Dates: 13-16 December 1870

Hawthorne, Elizabeth Manning, 1802-1883. A.L.S. to James Thomas Fields; [Beverly], 28 January 1871

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 5
Call Number: MS C.1.11
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Is pleased with "The Whispering Galley" in the Atlantic Monthly (Feb. 1871). Gives the correct date for Fanshawe, mentions N.H.'s affection for Elinor (Barstow) Condit, his interest in old newspapers & cookery books. Has no material that could be inserted in a new edition of his works. Signed E.M.H. 8 p.

Dates: 28 January 1871

Hawthorne, Julian, 1846-1934. A.L.S. to James Thomas Fields; [Concord], 25 July 1862

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 7
Call Number: MS C.1.11
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Regrets that he and his father will not be able to dine with the Fields on their way to Maine. 1 p.

Dates: 25 July 1862

Hawthorne, Julian, 1846-1934. A.L.S. to James Thomas Fields; [Concord], November 1863

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 9
Call Number: MS C.1.11
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Regrets he will not see [Fields] this vacation. Will send up Mrs. Baker's initials. 1 p.

Dates: November 1863

Hawthorne, Sophia, 1809-1871. A.L.S. to Annie Adams Fields; [(Concord)], 17 December 1862

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 27, Item: 27A
Call Number: MS C.1.11
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Asks whether it would be convenient for Una to visit her. She is at present in East Cambridge. 3 p.

Dates: 17 December 1862

Hawthorne, Sophia, 1809-1871. A.L.S. to Annie Adams Fields; [(Concord)], 31 December 1862

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 28A
Call Number: MS C.1.11
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Thanks her for two engravings. Sends Una as a New Year's gift. Mr. Hawthorne is better both is spirit and in heath. Describes their Christmas Tree. 4 p.

Dates: 31 December 1862

Hawthorne, Sophia, 1809-1871. A.L.S. to Annie Adams Fields; [(Concord)], 17 [December 1862]

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 27, Item: 27B
Call Number: MS C.1.11
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Explains a blurred word. Thinks Una had better visit some other time; will write her. 2 p.

Dates: 17 [December 1862]

Hawthorne, Sophia, 1809-1871. A.L.S. to Annie Adams Fields; [(Concord)], [20] February 1863

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 28B
Call Number: MS C.1.11
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Writes at length of Louisa Alcott's return from Georgetown and the severity of her illness. Mrs. Bliss, housekeeper for Mrs. Horace Greeley, discovered her ailment by "a magnetic power." Una enjoyed her visit "eminently" and Julian is reveling in his skates. Feels Mr. Hawthorne is decidedly better. 16 p. Dated "Saturday."

Dates: [20] February 1863

Hawthorne, Sophia, 1809-1871. A.L.S. to Annie Adams Fields; [(Concord)], [19 June c.1862]

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 23, Item: 23B
Call Number: MS C.1.11
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Returns several borrowed books. Speaks of the descendants of Simon Forrester. Thinks she may have left behind a brooch. Dated "Thursday morning." Pen and ink sketch by Sophia Hawthorne. 4 p.

Dates: [19 June c.1862]

Hawthorne, Sophia, 1809-1871. A.L.S. to Annie Adams Fields; [(Concord)], [5 March 1863]

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 29, Item: 29A
Call Number: MS C.1.11
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Intends to return two books by Julian. Asks when she will go west. Dated "Thursday." 3 p.

Dates: [5 March 1863]

Hawthorne, Sophia, 1809-1871. A.L.S. to Annie Adams Fields; [(Concord)], [6 March 1863]

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 29, Item: 29B
Call Number: MS C.1.11
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Must delay her visit because of "a domestic revolution." Has rebound No Name; comments on it, Les Miserables and the Cloister and the Hearth. Dated "Friday." 4 p.

Dates: [6 March 1863]

Hawthorne, Sophia. 1809-1871. A.L.S. to Annie Adams Fields; [(Concord)], 17 March 1863

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 30, Item: 30A
Call Number: MS C.1.11
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Finds she must defer her visit as Rose has a feverish cold. A "superior maid" has just dropped into her hands. 4 p.

Dates: 17 March 1863

Hawthorne, Sophia, 1809-1871. A.L.S. to Annie Adams Fields; [(Concord)], 23 March 1863

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 30, Item: 30B
Call Number: MS C.1.11
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Tells how she cured Rose's fever with her homeopathic remedies. Thanks Mr. Fields for the set of Hawthorne's works. Has been studying [Francis] Bacon and finds it idle to judge except from the "loftiest pinnacles of Imagination." 8 p.

Dates: 23 March 1863

Hawthorne, Sophia. 1809-1871. A.L.S. to Annie Adams Fields; N.p., [March 1863]

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 31, Item: 31A
Call Number: MS C.1.11
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Requests Mrs. Fields to purchase yards of blue cord and black velvet ribbon. Comments on Moby Dick.

Dated “Tuesday.”

Dates: [March 1863]

Hawthorne, Sophia. 1809-1871. A.L.S to Annie Adams Fields; [The Wayside, 3 May 1863]

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 32
Call Number: MS C.1.11
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Asks if she is still able to be received on Friday the 8th of May. Mentions that the 12th is Rose’s birthday and “she is to have a festa.” Quotes a passage from “Wilton’s divine hymns.” Comments on a Miss Harding’s writing and how Mr. Hawthorne did not read her work. Also comments on a Miss Prescott’s writing as well.

Dates: 3 May 1863]