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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Collection M112

Title:
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow collection
Creator:
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882
ID:
M112
Date [bulk]:
Bulk, 1821-1909
Date [inclusive]:
1821-1995, undated
Extent:
5.75 linear feet
Language:
English
Repository:
George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine 04011
Abstract:
Collection of correspondence, literary manuscripts and fair copies, images, clippings, and miscellaneous materials relating to the life and work of the poet and professor (Bowdoin College and Harvard University) Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Access Restrictions:

Use of original materials is restricted, with exceptions determined on an individual basis.

Preferred Citation:

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Collection, George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library.

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882; Bowdoin 1825) was born on February 27, 1807 in Portland, Maine. Educated chiefly in private schools, he was already a published poet when he entered Bowdoin College as a sophomore in 1822. He graduated in 1825 and soon after was offered the professorship of modern languages at his alma mater. In 1826 he went to Europe to master the necessary languages, and in 1829 he returned and assumed the professorship and the librarianship of the College. In 1835, Longfellow became Harvard's Professor of French and Spanish. Although he had been publishing steadily throughout his teaching career, he resigned from Harvard in 1854 to concentrate on his writing. Longfellow is best remembered for such poems as "The Song of Hiawatha," "Paul Revere's Ride" and "The Courtship of Miles Standish," yet his work was diverse. He wrote "Morituri Salutamus" in 1875 for his fiftieth reunion at Bowdoin. He translated Dante's Divine Comedy and Lhomond's Elements of French Grammar into English; edited Poems of Places and The Poets and Poetry of Europe; and wrote prose works such as Kavanagh and Hyperion. His works have been widely translated and are still in print throughout the world. In 1835, his life took a tragic turn with the sudden death of his wife, the former Miss Mary Storer Potter of Portland. In 1843, he was remarried to Miss Frances Appleton of Boston. Longfellow died on March 24, 1882.

The collection consists of correspondence, literary manuscripts and fair copies, images of Henry Longfellow and his extended family, clippings and other ephemera. It includes correspondence with Gorham D. Abbott, Thomas B. Aldrich, William D. Howells, Samuel Longfellow, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Alfred Lord Tennyson, and Walt Whitman. Major correspondents (9 or more letters) are Edward Abbott, Jacob C. Chamberlain, and George T. Little. The manuscript material is supplemented by collections of Longfellow's published works and of musical settings for his poems, and by the manuscript and galleys of George T. Little's "Longfellow's Boyhood Poems."

Organized into 8 series: Correspondence, 1821-1959, n.d.; Writings, 1823-1925, n.d.; Craigie House material, 1916-1982, n.d.; Journals of Harriet Coffin Sumner Appleton, 1851-1867; Images, 1825-1882, n.d.; George T. Little's "Longfellow's Boyhood Poems," 1906-1935, n.d.; Ephemera and memorabilia, 1807-1995, n.d.; Clippings, 1870-1995, n.d.

Corporate Name(s):
  • Bowdoin College -- Alumni and alumnae.
  • Bowdoin College -- Faculty
  • Bowdoin College -- Students.
Personal Name(s):
  • Abbott, Edward, -- 1841-1908 -- Correspondence.
  • Abbott, Edward, -- 1841-1908
  • Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, -- 1836-1907 -- Correspondence
  • Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, -- 1836-1907.
  • Chamberlain, Jacob Chester, -- 1860-1905 -- Correspondence
  • Chamberlain, Jacob Chester, -- 1860-1905.
  • Howells, William Dean, -- 1837-1920 -- Correspondence
  • Howells, William Dean, -- 1837-1920.
  • Little, George Thomas, -- 1857-1915 -- Correspondence
  • Little, George Thomas, -- 1857-1915. -- Longfellow's boyhood poems.
  • Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, -- 1807-1882 -- Archives.
  • Longfellow, Samuel, -- 1819-1892 -- Correspondence.
  • Longfellow, Samuel, -- 1819-1892.
  • Stowe, Harriet Beecher, -- 1811-1896 -- Correspondence
  • Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 1811-1896
  • Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, -- Baron, -- 1809-1892 -- Correspondence
  • Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, -- Baron, -- 1809-1892.
  • Whitman, Walt, -- 1819-1892 -- Correspondence
  • Whitman, Walt, -- 1819-1892.
Subject(s):
  • Authors, American -- 19th century -- Family relationships.
  • Authors, American -- Maine
  • Languages and Literature

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Series Description:

Contains two subseries: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow letters and Other correspondence. Consists mostly of letters by Longfellow to family, friends, and other writers. It covers all periods of the poet's life, but is most extensive after he retired from Harvard in 1854 to concentrate on his writing. There are also a great many letters after Longfellow's death from researchers and authors, most notably Jacob C. Chamberlain, the editor of the Longfellow bibliography of first editions. Organized chronologically, with a chronological list of correspondents at the beginning of Box 1.

Access Restrictions:

Photocopies of originals are available for patron use.

Conditions Governing Use:

Use of original correspondence is restricted, with exceptions determined on an individual basis.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Originals: Restricted

Box 1 Vault

Henry W. Longfellow to Gorham D. Abbot, Portland. [1821] May 26 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 1

HWL to Elizabeth Longfellow, Brunswick. 1823 Oct 12 [2p.] [in slipcase in vault]

Box 1 Vault Folder 2

HWL to Stephen Longfellow, Brunswick. 1823 Dec 29 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 3

HWL to Patrick Greenleaf, Paris. 1826 Oct 23 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 4

HWL to Rev. William Allen, Portland. 1829 Aug 27 [1p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 5

HWL to Ebenezer Everett, Brunswick. 1829 Sep 2 [1p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 6

HWL to James G. Stewart, Brunswick. 1833 Aug 10 [1p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 7

HWL to [?], [Brunswick]. 1833 Aug 17 [1p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 8

HWL to [George Barrel], Brunswick. 1834 Aug 1 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 9

HWL to Charles S. Daveis, [Brunswick]. 1834 Aug 25 [1p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 10

HWL to President and Trustees of Bowdoin College, Brunswick. 1835 Mar 2 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 11

HWL to "Mon cher ami" [Jean Zephirin Nault, Quebec]. 1835 Mar 10 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 11a

HWL to Parker Cleaveland, Boston. 1835 Mar 31 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 12

HWL to Prof. Goodwin, Heidelberg. 1836 Apr 17 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 13

HWL to [Prof. Goodwin?], Cambridge. 1842 Apr 14 [1p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 14

HWL to Joseph R. Paxton, [n.p.]. 1845 Feb 12 [note on last page of "Excelsior"] [1p.] [in slipcase in vault]

Box 1 Vault Folder 15

HWL to Ashbel Green, Cambridge. 1847 May 15 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 16

HWL to Nathaniel Hawthorne, Cambridge. 1847 Nov 29 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 17

HWL to Y.C. Smith, Cambridge. 1848 Jul 6 [with cover] [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 18

HWL to "My dear Sir" [Alpheus Spring Packard], Cambridge. 1850 Oct 1 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 19

HWL to [Alpheus Spring Packard], Cambridge. 1851 Dec 13 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 20

HWL to "Eliza", Cambridge. 1853 May 8 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 21

HWL to "Dear Sir" [Nehemiah Cleaveland], Cambridge. 1854 May 4 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 22

HWL to [S. Herbert Lancey], Nahant. 1854 Aug 25 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 23

HWL to Alexander O'Driscoll Taylor, Cambridge. 1855 Jan 30 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 24

HWL to Gorham D. Abbot, Cambridge. 1855 Dec 25 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 25

HWL to Gorham D. Abbot, Cambridge. 1855 Dec 27 [with cover] [1p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 26

HWL to "Dear Sir" [?], Cambridge. 1856 Jun 14 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 27

HWL to Miss Emily Back, Cambridge. 1856 Jul 12 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 28

HWL to "My Dear Sir," ALS; Nahant, Mass., 1856 Sep 3 [1p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 28a

HWL to [Samuel C. Hall], [n.p.]. 1857 Mar [9] [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 29

HWL to [Emery Washburn], Cambridge. 1860 Feb 9 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 30

HWL to Mrs. L.B. Adams, Cambridge. 1862 Apr 13 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 31

HWL to [James T.] Fields, Nahant. 1862 Sep 10 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 32

HWL to Mrs. Howard, Cambridge. 1864 Feb 6 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 33

HWL to [N.H. Chamberlain], Cambridge. 1864 Dec 28 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 34

HWL to "My Dear Fessenden", Cambridge. 1865 Jan 20 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 35

HWL to Howe, [n.p.]. 1865 Oct 10 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 36

HWL to Henry W. Torrey, Cambridge. 1866 May 30 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 37

Alfred Lord Tennyson to HWL, Freshwater, I.W. 1866 Nov 27 [3p.] [in slipcase in vault]

Box 1 Vault Folder 38

HWL to [John Dayman], Cambridge. 1867 May 31 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 38a

HWL to [C.S. Francis], Cambridge. 1867 Jun 4 [3 p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 39

HWL to [C.S. Francis], Nahant. 1867 Jul 20 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 40

HWL to Schlesinger, Cambridge. 1868 Mar 16 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 41

HWL to Hermann Adami, Naples. 1869 Mar 11 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 42

HWL to Mr. Chandler, Edinburgh. 1869 Aug 8 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 43

HWL to Peleg Chandler, Cambridge. 1869 Oct 28 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 44

HWL to Mr. Chandler, Cambridge. 1869 Nov 2 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 45

HWL to A.S. Packard, Cambridge. 1869 Nov 8 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 46

HWL to [William D. Northend], Cambridge. 1873 Apr 6 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 47

HWL to [William D. Northend], Cambridge. 1873 Dec 16 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 48

HWL to Edward Abbott, Cambridge. 1874 Oct 25 [with cover] [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 49

HWL to [Edward Abbott], Cambridge. 1875 Jul 21 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 50

HWL to [William S. Martin], [Cambridge]. 1875 Jul 23 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 51

HWL to David Shepley, Cambridge. 1875 Aug 9 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 52

HWL to [William D. Northend], Cambridge. 1875 Nov 17 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 53

HWL to J. Pederson, Cambridge. 1876 Jun 2 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 54

HWL to [John E. Chapman], Cambridge. 1876 Jun 28 [enclosing the poem "Parker Cleaveland"] [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 55

HWL to [Tascus Atwood], Cambridge. 1876 Oct 28 [1p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 56

HWL to "My Dear Sir" [Samuel Greene Wheeler Benjamin], Cambridge. 1876 Dec 25 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 57

HWL to "Dear Mr. Patterson", Cambridge. 1877 Feb 15 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 58

HWL to [Edward Abbott], Cambridge. 1877 Mar 23 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 59

HWL to John Doran, Cambridge. 1877 Aug 15 [with original inquiry] [5p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 60

HWL to Mrs. Caroline Carson, Cambridge. 1877 Aug 30 [with cover] [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 61

HWL to [Edward Abbott], Cambridge. 1877 Oct 21 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 62

HWL to Edward Abbott, Cambridge. 1877 Oct 28 [with cover] [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 63

HWL to [Edward Abbott], Cambridge. 1877 Nov 18 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 64

HWL to George Washington Greene, Cambridge. 1878 Apr 29 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 65

HWL to Mr. Osgood, Cambridge. 1878 Sep 10 [1p.] [framed, hung on wall in director's office]

Box 1 Vault Folder 66

HWL to [?], Cambridge. 1879 Jan 23 [1p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 67

HWL to McLellan, Cambridge. 1879 Feb 4 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 68

HWL to Henry Johnson, Cambridge. 1879 Feb 14 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 68a

HWL to Mary L. Cecil, Cambridge. 1879 Feb 23 [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 69

HWL to Miss R.W. Peabody, Cambridge. 1879 May 22 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 70

HWL to A.S. Packard, Cambridge. 1879 Jul 13 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 71

HWL to [Waterman T. Hewett], Cambridge. 1879 Sep 30 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 72

HWL to [F.O.C.] Darley, Cambridge. 1879 Dec 8 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 73

HWL to Jacob Abbott, Cambridge. 1880 Jan 12 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 74

HWL to J.B. Sue, Cambridge. 1880 May 14 [with cover] [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 75

HWL to Edward Abbott, Cambridge. 1880 Oct 14 [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 76

HWL to William Rudersdorf, Cambridge. 1880 Nov 29 [1p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 77

HWL to [?], Cambridge. 1881 Feb 12 [1p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 78

HWL to Houghton, Cambridge. 1882 Jan 14 [3p.] [in slipcase in vault]

Box 1 Vault Folder 79

HWL to [William D. Northend], Cambridge. 1882 Feb 19 [1p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 80

HWL to [Henry S. Burrage], Cambridge. 1882 Mar 2 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 81

HWL to A.S. Packard, Cambridge. 1882 Mar 8 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 82

HWL to Joshua L. Chamberlain, Cambridge. 1882 Mar 9 [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 83

HWL to L. Reich, Cambridge. 1882 Mar 13 [facsimile of HWL's last letter] [3p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 84

Harriet Beecher Stowe to HWL, Andover. [n.y.] Aug 4 [5p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 85

HWL to "Sir", Cambridge. [n.d.] Dec [4p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 86

HWL note about translation of his poems [n.d.] [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 87

HWL to "My Dear Doctor", [n.p.] "Wednesday Morning" [n.d.] [2p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 88

Envelope addressed in Longfellow's hand to Robert E. Galpin (postmarked Cambridge, Feb 12 [n.y.])

Box 1 Vault Folder 88a

Photocopies of originals:

Box 2

[1821?] May 26 - 1854 Aug 25

Box 2 Folder 1

1855 Jan 30 - 1869 Nov 2

Box 2 Folder 2

1869 Nov 8 - 1879 Jan 23

Box 2 Folder 3

1879 Feb 23 - 1882 Mar 13; n.d.

Box 2 Folder 4

Photocopies of manuscripts in other collections

Box 2 Folder 5

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Stephen Longfellow to Parker Cleaveland, Portland. 1821 Mar 23 [re HWL] [3p.] [ORIGINAL RESTRICTED]

Box 1 Vault Folder 88b

Stephen Longfellow to Parker Cleaveland, Portland. 1821 Mar 23[re HWL] [3p.] [photocopy of original]

Box 2 Folder 6

W.P. Preble to Ruel Williams, Portland. 1828 Aug 22 [3p.]

Box 2 Folder 7

Houghton, Mifflin & Co., A.S., to Rev. Edward Abbott, Boston. 1880 Sep 24 [1p.]

Box 2 Folder 8

Walt Whitman to E.H. Hames & Co. [Edward Abbott], Camden, New Jersey. 1881 Feb 16 [1p.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 88c

F.H. Underwood to Justin Jones, Boston. 1882 Apr 19 [1p.]

Box 2 Folder 9

Justin Jones "A Word of Explanation," Brookline, Massachusetts. 1882 Aug 29 [7p.]

Box 2 Folder 10

1886 - 1889

Box 2 Folder 11

1901 - 1903

Box 2 Folder 12

1904

Box 2 Folder 13

1906

Box 2 Folder 14

1907

Box 2 Folder 15

Eight letters of acceptance or regret to President & Trustees, etc. of Bowdoin College from descendants of HWL regarding Longfellow commemorative exercises in June 1907

Box 2 Folder 16

1908 - 1914

Box 2 Folder 17

1925 - 1933

Box 2 Folder 18

1940 - 1945

Box 2 Folder 19

1952 - 1959

Box 2 Folder 20

Undated correspondence

Box 2 Folder 21

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Series Description:

Consists mostly of Longfellow's writings in his own hand, most notably his poems and his Latin Oration from 1824. Also included is "The Old Portland Academy," by Samuel Longfellow, and the sketches for "Evangeline" by F.O.C. Darley. Accompanying the series is a summary of other Longfellow manuscript material in the Bowdoin College Library.

Access Restrictions:

Photocopies of originals are available for patron use.

Conditions Governing Use:

Use of original manuscripts is restricted, with exceptions determined on an individual basis.

Originals: Restricted

Box 1 Vault

Stephen Longfellow music book. 1794 [with note of explanation: 1956 Nov 17]

Box 1 Vault Folder 89

"Venice" fair copy. Portland 1820 [in slipcase in vault]

Box 1 Vault Folder 90

HWL's Latin Oration "Angli Poetae". 1824 Oct 24 [in slipcase in vault]

Box 1 Vault Folder 91

"Our Native Writers" - Commencement Oration 1825 [copy from "Every Other Sunday, 1884 Apr 12]

Box 1 Vault Folder 92

"Inaugural Address [Professorship of Modern Languages], Bowdoin College, Sept. [2], 1830."

Volume 1

Bowdoin College term bill of Joseph Ayers, signed by HWL. 1832 May 18

Box 1 Vault Folder 93

Report to the Visiting Committee of the Governing Boards on Instructions given in this department during the College year ending September 1833 (photocopy)

Box 1 Vault Folder 94

"The Bell" ms.. Heidelberg 1836. [in slipcase in vault]

Box 1 Vault Folder 95

"Night" ms. Summer 1839. [in slipcase in vault]

Box 1 Vault Folder 96

"The Rainy Day" fair copy. Portland c.1842. [in slipcase in vault]

Box 1 Vault Folder 97

"Excelsior" fair copy. 12 February 1845 [with note to Joseph R. Paxton on last page] [in slipcase in vault]

Box 1 Vault Folder 98

"Sand of the Desert in an Hour Glass" ms. January 1848. [in slipcase in vault]

Box 1 Vault Folder 99

"The Norman Barron" ms. 21 March 1849. [in slipcase in vault]

Box 1 Vault Folder 100

"The Lighthouse" ms. November 1849. [in slipcase in vault]

Box 1 Vault Folder 101

Ms. facsimile of HWL's poem "Concord." 23 May 1864.

Box M112 Oversize

Small pocket diary, written on 71 p. Carried by HWL on his last European tour. 1868 - 1869

Box 1 Vault Folder 103

"Parker Cleaveland" fair copy. Summer 1875. [2 copies]

Box 1 Vault Folder 104

"The Three Sliences" fair copy and corrected proof. 28 October 1877

Box 1 Vault Folder 105

"Hereafter" fair copy [n.d.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 106

"Holidays" fair copy [n.d.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 107

"Bibliography of Longfellow" ms. and corrected proof. Published in "Literary World." 26 February 1881

Box 1 Vault Folder 108

"The Old Portland Academy" by Samuel Longfellow. ca. 1892.

Box 1 Vault Folder 109

"The Beloved Goethe" ms. signed. Translation of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's poem "Nahe des Geliebten" [n.d.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 110

Ms. copy of 1st poem & facsimilie of last letter of HWL

Box 1 Vault Folder 111

"Evangeline" page proof [1 p.] with note in HWL's hand [n.d.]

Box 1 Vault Folder 112

Photcopies of originals: writings

Box 2 Folder 22

Photcopy and film negatives for "Angli Poetae" [HWL's Latin Oration] October 1824

Box 2 Folder 23

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Series Description:

Consists of material relating to the house in Cambridge, Massachusetts where Longfellow lived from August 1837 until his death in 1882. Built around 1759 and presently a National Historic Site maintained by the National Park Service, Craigie House was used by George Washington as his military headquarters during the American Revolution. Most of the materials are pamphlets and articles from the National Park Service, although there are a number of miscellaneous clippings and ephemera as well.

Clippings

Box 3 Folder 1

Commemorative ashtray on Danish glass

Box 3 Folder 2

Correspondence

Box 3 Folder 3

Longfellow Garden Concert Series

Box 3 Folder 4

Final master plan - H.W. Longfellow National Historic Site

Box 3 Folder 5

"The Now and Then Newsletter," U.S. Dept of the Interior: National Park Service, 1978 - 1982

Box 3 Folder 6

Printed ephemera

Box 3 Folder 7

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Series Description:

Journals of Harriet Coffin Sumner Appleton, who became the wife of Nathan Appleton on January 8, 1839. She was also the stepmother of Frances Appleton, who married Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in 1843. Dating from June of 1851 to 1867, these journals consist mostly of brief notes written on the blank pages of the Farmer's Almanac for the corresponding year. Organized chronologically.

1851-June and July, trip to England

Volume 1

1852-Jan.-Mar., household notes re. supplies, etc.; Apr., trip to Washington; Apr. 16, "Reception at the Presidents"; Apr. 22, "Dinner at the Presidents"; June 9, "Charley Longfellow's birthday"

Volume 2

1853-Oct. 6, "Mr. A's and sister Fanny's birthday"; Oct. 22, "[Mrs.?] Longfellow a daughter at 5 this mor'g" [Edith Longfellow]

Volume 3

1854-Oct. 6, "Papa's birthday-& sister Fanny's"

Volume 4

1855-1856

Volume 5-6

1857-Jan. 8, "Our wedding day! 18 yrs!!" [Nathan and Harriet Appleton]

Volume 7

1858-Oct. 6, "Papa's and sister Fanny's birthdays"; Oct. 18, "Mary [A. MacKintosh]'s 1813 45 yrs. & Ronny [MacKintosh]'s 1840 18 yrs. birthdays"

Volume 8

1859 - 1860

Volume 9-10

1861-June 3, "Eva [MacKintosh]'s 18th birthday"; June 9, "Charlie Longfellow birthday 17"; July 9, "Poor dear Fanny!"; July 10, "Dear Fanny died at 10 A.M."; July 13, "Dear Fanny taken to her resting place at Mt. Auburn"; July 14, "Our own loss-at 5 A.M." [Nathan Appleton d. 14 July 1861]; July 16, "Dear Papa! services at King's Chapel & Mt. Auburn"

Volume 11

1862-June 9, "Charles Longfellow's 18 birthday"; June 13

Volume 12

1863-June 9, "Charles A. Longfellow's 19 birthday"; July 9, "Dear Fanny!"; July 14, "Our own loss"

Volume 13

1864-July 9, "Dear Fanny, 1861"; July 14, "Our own loss, 1861"

Volume 14

1865

Volume 15

1866

Volume 16

1867- [with envelope containing misc. ephemera removed from volume]

Volume 17

Series Description:

Images circa 1825-1882. Includes photographs, engravings, illustrations from publications, cased images, and cartes de visite, primarily of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, his family, residences, as well as related individuals and subjects. Among the Longfellow family photographs are fourteen cased images (ambrotypes, daguerreotypes, and tintypes), including matching portraits, circa 1860, of Henry Longfellow and his wife Frances Elizabeth Appleton Longfellow, and a fine daguerreotype portrait of Henry Longfellow’s younger brother Samuel as a young man. There are also about fifty cartes de visite of members of Henry Longfellow and his younger brother Alexander Wadsworth Longfellow’s immediate and extended families, including images of five of Henry and Frances’ six children, as well as Alexander and his wife Elizabeth Clapp Porter Longfellow, and their five children. Many of the cartes de visite are compiled in an album that probably belonged to Alexander and Elizabeth Longfellow’s family. There are some non-family images in the collection including twenty-one cartes de visite of Harvard University faculty, most contemporary with Henry Longfellow’s tenure at Harvard.

Arrangement note:

Organized into four subseries: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Portraits and Silhouettes, Longfellow Residences, Poems, Statues and Busts, and Longfellow Family and Related Images.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

1825. 4 pieces: 1 silhouette outline, 1 silhouette (photographic reproduction), 2 silhouettes (copies)

Box 4 Folder 1

ca. 1825. 4 pieces: 2 engravings (copies), 2 engravings

Box 4 Folder 2

1829. 1 piece: 1 sketch (copy). [Self-portrait]

Box 4 Folder 3

ca. 1825-1838. 1 piece: 1 painting (copy)

Box 4 Folder 4

ca. 1825-1838. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 5

1841. 4 pieces: 2 silhouettes (copies) [with note], 1 deframed silhouette [with note from back of frame], 1 framed silhouette

Box 4 Folder 6

1842. 3 pieces: 3 engravings (copies)

Box 4 Folder 7

ca. 1846. 2 pieces: 1 engraving, 1 painting (copy)

Box 4 Folder 8

ca. 1850. 2 pieces: 1 clipping, 1 photograph

Box 4 Folder 9

1851. 7 pieces: 4 engravings, 3 clippings

Box 4 Folder 10

1852. 1 piece: 1 photograph (copy) [others in photo: Thomas Appleton, Julia Ward Howe, G.W. Coster, Mrs. Longfellow, Mrs. Edward Freeman]

Box 4 Folder 11

ca. 1854. 2 pieces: 2 engravings

Box 4 Folder 12

ca. 1854. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 13

ca. 1860. 1 piece: ambrotype portrait

Box 5

ca. 1860. 3 pieces: 1 clipping, 1 cabinet card, 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 14

ca. 1840-1861. 2 pieces: 2 engravings (copies)

Box 4 Folder 15

ca. 1840-1861. 2 pieces: 2 post cards

Box 4 Folder 16

ca. 1840-1861. 1 piece: 1 photograph

Box 4 Folder 17

ca. 1862. 10 pieces: 8 paintings (copies), 1 painting (color copy), 1 clipping

Box 4 Folder 18

ca. 1863. 3 pieces: 3 engravings (1 hand-colored)

Box 4 Folder 19

ca. 1870. 2 pieces: 1 engraving (copy), 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 20

ca. 1870s. 1 piece: ambrotype portrait

Box 5

ca. 1870s. 1 piece: carte de visite

Box 5

1874. 1 piece: 1 cabinet card

Box 4 Folder 21

1876. 1 piece: 1 cabinet card

Box 4 Folder 22

ca. 1874-1876. 1 piece: 1 painting (copy)

Box 4 Folder 23

ca. 1874-1876. 1 piece: 1 clipping

Box 4 Folder 24

ca. 1874-1876. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 25

ca. 1878. 6 piece: 2 clippings, 4 paintings (photographic reproductions)

Box 4 Folder 26

ca. 1878. 3 pieces: 2 post cards, 1 wood engraving

Box 4 Folder 27

1878. 2 pieces: 2 engravings (copies)

Box 4 Folder 28

1879. 8 pieces: 5 engravings, 3 engravings (copies)

Box 4 Folder 29

ca. 1879. 4 pieces: 4 engravings

Box 4 Folder 30

ca. 1880. 3 pieces: 2 engravings, 1 engraving (copy)

Box 4 Folder 31

ca. 1880. 1 piece: HWL with baby (Richard IV), carte de visite

Box 5

1881. 2 pieces: 1 engraving, 1 engraving (copy)

Box 4 Folder 32

ca. 1881. 3 pieces: 3 clippings

Box 4 Folder 33

ca. 1880-1881. 2 pieces: 2 engravings

Box 4 Folder 34

ca. 1880-1881. 3 pieces: 1 clipping, 2 engravings (copies)

Box 4 Folder 35

ca. 1880-1881. 2 pieces: 2 engravings

Box 4 Folder 36

ca. 1880-1881. 2 pieces: 1 engraving, 1 cabinet card

Box 4 Folder 37

ca. 1880-1881. 2 pieces: 1 engraving, 1 painting (copy)

Box 4 Folder 38

ca. 1880-1881. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 39

ca. 1880-1881. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 40

ca. 1880-1881. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 41

ca. 1880-1881. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 42

ca. 1880-1881. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 43

ca. 1880-1881. 1 piece: 1 photograph (copy)

Box 4 Folder 44

ca. 1880-1881. 1 piece: 1 photograph (copy)

Box 4 Folder 45

ca. 1880-1881. 1 piece: 1 photograph (copy)

Box 4 Folder 46

ca. 1880-1881. 1 piece: 1 clipping

Box 4 Folder 47

ca. 1880-1881. 1 piece: 1 clipping

Box 4 Folder 48

ca. 1880-1881. 1 piece: 1 clipping

Box 4 Folder 49

ca. 1880-1881. 1 piece: 1 cabinet card

Box 4 Folder 50

ca. 1880-1881. 1 piece: 1 cabinet card

Box 4 Folder 51

ca. 1880-1881. 1 piece: 1 copper impression [produced by Grolier Club 1911]

Box 4 Folder 52

ca. 1882. 3 pieces: 1 cabinet card, 1 photograph (copy), 1 engraving (copy)

Box 4 Folder 53

ca. 1882. 1 matted etching portrait by William Merritt Chase, after a photograph by Julia Margaret Cameron

Box M112 Oversize

1882. 1 piece: 1 lithograph [with note]

Box M112 Oversize

1882. 1 piece: 1 engraving [framed]. "Henry W. Longfellow in his library at Cragie House, Cambridge." ("Entered according to an Act of Congress in the year 1882 by S. Hollyer in the office of the Librarian of Congress in Washington, D.C."). Unframed copy of engraving in Box M112 Oversize.

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by residence.

Brunswick, Maine - house where Longfellow roomed while at Bowdoin. 1 piece: 1 postcard

Box 4 Folder 55

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 4 pieces: 4 postcards

Box 4 Folder 56

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 sketch (copy)

Box 4 Folder 57

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 2 pieces: 2 illustrations (copies)

Box 4 Folder 58

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 illustration (copy)

Box 4 Folder 59

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 clipping

Box 4 Folder 60

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 clipping

Box 4 Folder 61

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 clipping

Box 4 Folder 62

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 engraving (copy)

Box 4 Folder 63

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 engraving (copy)

Box 4 Folder 64

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 photograph (copy)

Box 4 Folder 65

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 2 pieces: 2 photographs (copies)

Box 4 Folder 66

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 67

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 68

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 69

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 70

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 71

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 72

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 73

Nahant, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 clipping

Box 4 Folder 74

Nahant, Massachusetts. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 75

Newbury, Massachusetts (Parish of Byfield). 1 piece: 1 illustration

Box 4 Folder 76

Portland, Maine - Longfellow's birthplace. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 77

Portland, Maine - Longfellow's birthplace. 1 piece: 1 clipping

Box 4 Folder 78

Portland, Maine - Longfellow's birthplace. 1 piece: 1 clipping

Box 4 Folder 79

Portland, Maine - Longfellow's birthplace. 1 piece: 1 sketch (copy)

Box 4 Folder 80

Portland, Maine - Longfellow's birthplace. 1 piece: 1 sketch (copy)

Box 4 Folder 81

Portland, Maine - Longfellow's birthplace. 1 piece: 1 photograph (copy)

Box 4 Folder 82

Portland, Maine - both residences. 1 piece: 1 illustration (copy)

Box 4 Folder 83

Portland, Maine. 20 pieces: 20 postcards

Box 4 Folder 84

Portland, Maine. 5 pieces: 5 "photo post cards"

Box 4 Folder 85

Portland, Maine. 1 piece: 1 engraving (copy)

Box 4 Folder 86

Portland, Maine. 1 piece: 1 engraving (copy)

Box 4 Folder 87

Portland, Maine. 1 piece: 1 color illustration (copy): "Longfellow's Room."

Box 4 Folder 88

Portland, Maine. 1 piece: 1 photograph (copy) [on Christmas card]

Box 4 Folder 89

Portland, Maine. 1 piece: 1 photograph (copy) [with HWL poem]

Box 4 Folder 90

Portland, Maine. 1 piece: 1 photograph (copy) [with 1960 calendar on reverse]

Box 4 Folder 91

Portland, Maine. 1 piece: 1 photograph

Box 4 Folder 92

Portland, Maine. 1 piece: 1 clipping

Box 4 Folder 93

Portland, Maine. 1 piece: 1 photograph, from "Maine Historical Society Dedication of the New Library Building No. 485 Congress Street Portland, Maine February 27, 1907 at 2:30 P.M."

Box 4 Folder 94

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Pictures associated with HWL's poems: "The Children's Hour." 3 pieces: 1 watercolor (copy), 1 engraving (copy), 1 clipping

Box 4 Folder 95

Pictures associated with HWL's poems: "Courtship of Miles Standish." 3 pieces: 1 clipping, 2 watercolors (copies)

Box 4 Folder 96

Pictures associated with HWL's poems: "Evangeline." 16 pieces: 16 "sketches" [engravings] by F.O.C. Darley

Box 4 Folder 97

Pictures associated with HWL's poems: "From My Arm-Chair." 1 piece: 1 clipping

Box 4 Folder 98

Pictures associated with HWL's poems: "Hiawatha." 1 clipping, 1 watercolor (copy)

Box 4 Folder 99

Pictures associated with HWL's poems: "My Lost Youth." 3 pieces: 1 photograph (copy) [with verse], 2 postcards

Box 4 Folder 100

Pictures associated with HWL's poems: "The Village Blacksmith." 3 pieces: 2 illustrations (copies), 1 watercolor (copy)

Box 4 Folder 101

Pictures associated with HWL's poems: "Wreck of the Hesperus." 1 piece: 1 painting (photographic copy)

Box 4 Folder 102

Pictures associated with HWL's poems: Unidentified. 9 pieces: 7 watercolors (copies), 2 clippings

Box 4 Folder 103

Signature in A.S. Packard autograph book. 4 pieces: 4 photographic copies

Box 4 Folder 104

Statues and busts: Portland, Maine. 1 piece: 1 clipping

Box 4 Folder 105

Statues and busts: Portland, Maine. 1 piece: 1 illustration (copy)

Box 4 Folder 106

Statues and busts: Portland, Maine. 1 piece: 1 photograph

Box 4 Folder 107

Statues and busts: Westminster Abbey. 1 piece: 1 engraving

Box 4 Folder 108

Statues and busts: Westminster Abey. 1 piece: 1 photograph (copy)

Box 4 Folder 109

Statues and busts: [n.p.]. 1 piece: 1 clipping

Box 4 Folder 110

Statues and busts: [n.p.]. 1 piece: 1 photograph

Box 4 Folder 111

Statues and busts: [n.p.]. 2 pieces: 2 photographs (copies)

Box 4 Folder 112

"The Funeral of Henry W. Longfellow," print of digital scan from Harpers Weekly, Vol. XXVI, No. 1320, p. 216, 1882

Ovsz-Box M112

Arrangement note:

Arranged chronologically.

1850-1853, Samuel Longfellow. Daguerreotype

Box 5

ca. 1852, Mary Longfellow (baby). Ambrotype

Box 5

1857, Mary Longfellow (child). Tintype

Box 5

1857, Alexander W. Longfellow. Ambrotype

Box 5

ca. 1860, Frances E.A. Longfellow. Ambrotype

Box 5

1861, three young men. Tintype

Box 5

ca. 1870, Longfellow family group: Alexander W., Richard K., Elizabeth P., Charles A., Lucia W. Tintype

Box 5

ca. 1870, Longfellow family group: Alexander W., Charles A., Elizabeth P., Lucia W., and Richard K. Tintype (2 copies)

Box 5

Undated, Caroline Porter. Ambrotype

Box 5

Undated, portrait of boy. Ambrotype

Box 5

Undated, portrait of woman [Aspinwall?]. Tintype

Box 5

Undated, portrait of young woman. Ambrotype

Box 5

Arrangement note:

Arranged chronologically.

ca. 1833, painting of Mary Storer Potter Longfellow. Photograph of painting (2 copies).

Box 6

ca. 1840s, Stephen Longfellow. Engraving

Box 6

ca. 1850, Abigail Longfellow Stephenson. Carte de visite

Box 5

ca. 1850s, Alexander W. Longfellow. Carte de visite

Box 5

ca. 1857, Brooklyn, New York. Samuel Longfellow's study, 2 pieces. Stereograph

Box 6

1858, Brooklyn, New York. Rev. Samuel Longfellow's church. Stereograph

Box 6

1859, Frances E.A. Longfellow. Carte de visite

Box 5

ca. 1859, Frances E.A. Longfellow, Anne Longfellow. Carte de visite

Box 5

ca. 1860, Alice, Allegra and Edith Longfellow. Photograph copy of portrait

Box 6

ca. 1860s, Longfellow family photograph album. Cartes de visite

Box 6

1862, Longfellows: Elizabeth P., Mary King, Lucia W., and Alexander W., Jr. 2 copies, Carte de Visite

Box 5

1863, Alice Longfellow and [sister ?]. Carte de visite

Box 5

1864, Alice Longfellow? Carte de visite

Box 5

1864, Charles Appleton Longfellow. Carte de visite.

Box 5

ca. 1866, Col. Aspinwell. Carte de visite

Box 5

1866, Annie Clark. Carte de visite

Box 5

1866, J.B. Wadsworth. Carte de visite

Box 5

1867, C.A. Longfellow with friends. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Margie E. Fuller. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Longfellows: Alice Mary, Frances, Edith, and Anne Allegra. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Lucia Wadsworth and Elizabeth Porter Longfellow. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Lucia's desk, photograph

Box 5

Undated, General Peleg Wadsworth. Silhouette

Box 6

Undated, portrait of man. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, portrait of man. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, portrait of man. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, portrait of man. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, man and woman in boat. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, portrait of young man. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, portrait of young woman. Carte de visite

Box 5

Arrangement note:

Arranged chronologically then alphabetically.

1868, portrait of man, French. Carte de visite

Box 5

1871, Thomas K. Beecher. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: Louis Agassiz. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: Francis Bowen. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: Francis Child. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: Asa Gray. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: William Goodwin. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: E.W. Gurney. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: Louis Agassiz. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: Frederick Hedge. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: Eben Horsford. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: George Lane. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: Joseph Lovering. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: James Lowell. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: Joel Parker. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: Theophilus Parsons. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: Andrew Peabody. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: Benjamin Peirce. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: John Sibley. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: Evagelinus Sophocles. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: Jared Sparks. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: James Walker. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: Emory Washburn. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, Harvard faculty: Jeffries Wyman. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, portrait of Comte de Montaigu, French. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, portrait "de la Bourdonnage," French. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, portrait of man (bust), French. Carte de visite

Box 5

Undated, portrait of woman, French. Carte de visite

Box 5

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Series Description:

Material relating to George T. Little's (Bowd. 1877; Librarian 1883-1915) paper "Longfellow's Boyhood Poems," including correspondence, notes, bibliographies, and proofs. Also included are the edited typescript by Ray W. Pettengill and a list of Longfellow's poems set to music.

"Classification Scheme for Henry Wadsworth Longfellow" by G.E. Pettengill

Box 4 Folder 113

Copies of poems used in "Longfellow's Boyhood Poems"

Box 4 Folder 114

Correspondence, 1906-1935

Box 4 Folder 115

Galley proofs

Box 4 Folder 116

List of Longfellow's poems set to music

Box 4 Folder 117

"Longfellow's Boyhood Poems" - by George T. Little (hand-written)

Box 4 Folder 118

"Longfellow's Boyhood Poems" - ts. by Ray W. Pettengill, including material not in book

Box 4 Folder 119

Notes and bibliographies

Box 4 Folder 120

Parodies

Box 4 Folder 121

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Series Description:

Newsclippings of various types and subjects; assorted pamphlets and articles by and concerning Longfellow, his residences, and his works; commemorative material and miscellaneous ephemera.

Bowdoin College ephemera [re: H.W. Longfellow]

Box 4 Folder 122

Brunswick residences of HWL

Box 4 Folder 123

Calendars

Box 4 Folder 124

Commemorative stamp 16 February 1940 [first day of issue]

Box 4 Folder 125

Endymion (italian translation)

Box 4 Folder 126

Key used by HWL when living on Federal Street while professor at Bowdoin College

Box 4 Folder 127

List of purchases of Longfellow's inaugural address given 2 September 1830 at his inauguration as the professor of modern languages at Bowdoin College, 1907

Volume 1

Longfellow Memorial Association

Box 4 Folder 128

"Longfellow," plaster cast bust of Longfellow by Frank Buda, 1966 (fragile)

Box 5 MRealia

Medal in honor of 100th anniversary of HWL's birth 1907

Box 4 Folder 129

Playing cards - "Vignette Authors" ca.1874

Box 6 Folder 1

Posters

Box 6 Folder 2

Printed ephemera

Box 6 Folder 3

Subscription book for benefit of Massachusetts Colonization Society of Boston, 5 December 1844 [contains HWL's signature]

Box 6 Folder 4

Vote of thanks from Bowdoin College Board of Overseers to Francis Bennock for Longfellow bust, 22 June 1886

Box 6 Folder 5

Wadsworth-Longfellow House, Portland, Maine

Box 6 Folder 6

Wallpaper from Longfellow House

Box 6 Folder 7

Blue decorative Wedgwood plate with image of Wadsworth-Longfellow house of Portland

Box 5 MRealia

Arrangement:

Consult individual subseries for arrangement information.

Series Description:

Contains three subseries: Biographical, Writings, and George T. Little Henry Wadsworth Longfellow scrapbooks. Consists of newsclippings of various types and subjects; assorted pamphlets and articles by and concerning Longfellow, his residences, and his works; commemorative material and miscellaneous ephemera.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Subseries Description:

Newsclippings of various types and subjects; assorted pamphlets and articles by and concerning Longfellow, his residences, and his works; commemorative material and miscellaneous ephemera.

1870-1879

Box 7 Folder 1

1880-1881, 1883-1889

Box 7 Folder 2

1882 [HWL d. 24 March 1882]

Box 7 Folder 3

1890-1899

Box 7 Folder 4

1900-1906, 1908-1909

Box 7 Folder 5

1907 [100th anniversary of HWL's birth]

Box 7 Folder 6

1910-1919

Box 7 Folder 7

1920-1929

Box 7 Folder 8

1930-1939

Box 7 Folder 9

1940-1949

Box 7 Folder 10

1950-1959

Box 7 Folder 11

1960-1969

Box 7 Folder 12

1970-1979

Box 7 Folder 13

1980-1989

Box 7 Folder 14

1990-1999

Box 7 Folder 15

Edmonia Lewis and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: Images & Identity, Fogg Art Museum, 1995

Box 1 Folder 15a

no date.

Box 7 Folder 16

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically.

Subseries Description:

Newsclippings of various types and subjects; assorted pamphlets and articles by and concerning Longfellow, his residences, and his works; commemorative material and miscellaneous ephemera.

"Morituri Salutamus"

Box 7 Folder 17

"Morituri Salutamus," mounted facsimile of New York Times clipping, 1875 Jul 8

Box M112 Oversize

Other writings

Box 7 Folder 18

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically.

Subseries Description:

Newsclippings of various types and subjects; assorted pamphlets and articles by and concerning Longfellow, his residences, and his works; commemorative material and miscellaneous ephemera.

Class of 1825: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Volume 1 Folio

H. W. Longfellow: Class of 1825

Volume 2 Folio

Longfellow at Bowdoin

Volume 3 Folio

Longfellow Scrapbook 1907

Volume 4 Folio

Longfellow Scrapbook 1907

Volume 5 Folio

Longfellow Scrapbook 1907

Volume 6 Folio

Longfellow Scrapbook 1907

Volume 7 Folio

Longfellow Scrapbook 1907

Volume 8 Folio

Longfellow Scrapbook 1907

Volume 9 Folio

Longfellow Views A-L

Volume 10 Folio

Longfellow Views M-Z

Volume 11 Folio

Loose clippings: published works and monuments

Box 7 Folder 19

Loose clippings: Longfellow's death and funeral, tributes

Box 7 Folder 20

Loose clippings: Evangeline, The Golden Legend, Hiawatha

Box 7 Folder 21

Loose clippings: biographical

Box 7 Folder 22
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