Paul, Lissa. Emails to Isobel Grundy about Eliza Fenwick.
New York Historical Society
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A moving account of her death, written to New York friends by her grand-daughter Elizabeth, survives at the New York Historical Society .
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Given the coincidence of names in LAT 's family, it is hardly surprising that misattributions should have occurred. The British Library Catalogue adds the name of her stepmother, presumably in error, to its listings of...
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EF 's personal letters, as represented by the survivors among them from every stage of her life, are still highly readable. She wrote to her son Orlando while he was away at school, and to...
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There is no extensive collection of manuscripts by CM , but letters by her are held in various libraries in the USA: the Rhode Island Historical Society , the Boston Public Library , the...
|Textual Production||Lydia Howard Sigourney||
LHS was an indefatigable correspondent. Her papers are to be found at the Connecticut Historical Library , the Connecticut State Library , the Huntington Library , the Schlesinger Library , the New York Historical Society
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