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Redpath, James, 1833-1891. Echoes of Harper's Ferry... Boston, 1860., 1860.

Item Identifier: AC85.Al191.Zz, *AC85.Al194.Zz860r
Scope and Contents: Includes books and articles written by Alcott and his daughter Louisa May Alcott. This list includes only those books that were acquired by the Library from the Pratt family in 1959; other books, from different sources, have been acquired. To find call numbers for the books in this list, as well as other books owned by Alcott, search HOLLIS, choosing "Other call number" and entering *AC85.Al191.Zz [Al (as in Alcott)] [last three digits of year of publication][first...

Burd, C. M. (Clara Miller), 1862-1940, artist. Eight cousins or the Aunt hill : endpaper, undated.

Item Identifier: 52L-1001, (74)
Scope and Contents:

This collection consists of printed endpapers or endleaves which were removed by Rosamond B. Loring from twentieth century commercial editions. In addition, the collection also includes a few printed book jackets.

The endpapers attached to the pieces of cardbaord were mounted in this manner by Loring herself. The annotations in ink on the mounts are in her hand.

Burd, C. M. (Clara Miller), 1862-1940, artist. Little men : endpaper, undated.

Item Identifier: 52L-1001, (75)
Scope and Contents:

This collection consists of printed endpapers or endleaves which were removed by Rosamond B. Loring from twentieth century commercial editions. In addition, the collection also includes a few printed book jackets.

The endpapers attached to the pieces of cardbaord were mounted in this manner by Loring herself. The annotations in ink on the mounts are in her hand.

Sewall, F. E. A.L.s. to [ ]; Boston, 21 Dec 1855., 1855.

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Sewall family papers
Item — Box: 1Identifier: MS Am 1933, (3)
Scope and Contents:

Consists of correspondence between family members, mostly on personal matters: weddings, births, visits, and household moves, though the earliest letter predicts the British defeat in North America. Also contains two unidentified manuscripts relating to schools.

Photo, 1931-1933

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Robert M. Pirsig papers / Series: Photographic material / Sub-Series: Photographs
File — Box: 1Identifier: MS Am 3359
Scope and Contents:

Home of Louisa May Alcott in Concord, Massachusetts. Hand note by Wendy Pirsig, 1980s, with information supplied by Robert Pirsig. Black and white print.

Howland, Mary Bryant. Autograph album; [v.p., v.d.]

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Am 1812
Scope and Contents:

An album of letters and signatures, primarily those of nineteenth-century Americans.