Roberts Brothers (Boston, Mass.) letters to Louisa May Alcott
Letters from Thomas Niles, representing Roberts Brothers (Boston, Mass.), the publisher of the writer Louisa May Alcott. Also includes other materials relating to Alcott's publishing.
Language of Materials
Collection materials are in English.
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Extent.3 linear feet (1 box)
Letters from Thomas Niles (representing Roberts Brothers) to writer Louisa May Alcott. Also includes other materials relating to Alcott's publishing.
Biographical / Historical
Roberts Brothers (Boston, Mass.) was the publisher of American author Louisa May Alcott's works.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
59M-310 (1) - (149). Mrs. F. Wolsey Pratt; Indian Spring Road, Concord, Mass. Received and deposited: 1960; purchased: 1992 June.
Recataloged and renumbered in 1999.
- Roberts Brothers (Boston, Mass.). Roberts Brothers (Boston, Mass.) letters to Louisa May Alcott, 1868-1886: Guide.
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