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American Literary Studies


Special Collections: Nineteenth Century

  • Ambrose Gwinett Bierce (1842 - 1914?)
    The papers consist primarily of correspondence to Bierce during the later part of his life, from 1872-1913. Also included in the collection are diaries, sketchbooks, photos and memorabilia.
  • American Authors Collection
    The collection contains autographs of prominent nineteenth and twentieth-century American authors. It also includes some correspondence, manuscripts, portraits, newspaper clippings, and pamphlets.
  • Emma Lazarus, (1849 - 1887)
    Emma Lazarus was the author of Poems and Translations (1867) and Admetus and Other Poems (1871). The papers consist of primarily of letters to her publisher, Richard Watson Gilder and his wife, Helena de Kay Gilder.
  • Dime Novels and Penny Dreadfuls
    Original editions of over 8000 pulp novels, boys papers, and related paper materials dating from1850s into the 1910s.
  • Hawthorne Family Papers
    Manuscripts, letters, journals, and sketch books from Sophia Peabody Hawthorne, who was Nathaniel Hawthorne's wife, and from two of their children, the son Julian and the younger daughter, Rose Hawthorne Lathrop.


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