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Harriet Adeline Fowler Allen autograph book and poems

 File — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS SC 1942
Scope and Contents Volume containing handwritten autographs and poems. The autographs were written to Harriet Allen and usually include poems.
Dates: 1888

Barton Orville Aylesworth correspondence

 File — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS SC 898
Scope and Contents Collection consists of letters to and from Aylesworth. They request biographical information from important literary and political figures in America roughly at the turn of the century. Also included are the replies to these petitions. The responses often contain some biographical information and lists of works published by the authors. It is likely that Aylewsorth's request were attempts to collect autographs of prominent individuals.
Dates: 1891-1902

Thomas B. Costain letter to Chester L. McDonald

 Item — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 8187
Scope and Contents Letter was written by Costain on November 4, 1961 to Chester L. McDonald. Letter is typewritten with Costain's handwritten signature.
Dates: 1961 November 4

Harley Granville-Barker letters

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Vault MSS 373
Abstract Handwritten, typewritten, and signed letters addressed to Granville-Barker, a member of the Royal Society of Literature in Great Britain. These items were received by Granville-Barker and were from various British writers concerning contributions for a book sponsored by the Royal Society.
Dates: approximately 1928

Margaret G. Shaddinger autograph book

 File — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 394
Scope and Contents Handwritten greetings, poems, and autographs. These items were written to "Margaret," believed to have been Margaret G. Shaddinger. Most of these items were written in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Dates: 1843-1851

Sirs, ye are brethren

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 6031
Scope and Contents Holograph version of the poem by Rossetti, including author's signature. Poem, alluding to human suffering during the Franco-Prussian War, is the first part of the two-part poem "The German-French campaign, 1870-1871".
Dates: 1870