Authors, American -- 19th century
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Contains handwritten letters and diaries by Mary P. Boller and Henry A. Boller, speeches given by Mary in Denver, Colorado, a scrapbook of clippings, a notebook of poetry clippings, a handwritten essay and photocopies of publications by Henry A. Boller or inscribed to him, and other loose ephemera. Diaries discuss personal affairs, and the letters deal with both personal and professional issues and document the literary career of Mary Boller. Materials dated 1853-1959.
Contains the diary of Henry A. Boller, an essay written by him in 1853, and photocopies of publications by Boller or inscribed to him, including a 1959 reprint.
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 18 Feb. 1889, and addressed to "Dear Sir." Bonsall writes that he has enclosed a "brief sketch of my interview with Whitman." Also with the collection is the handwritten "sketch." Bonsall describes his interview with Walt Whitman, the Americna poet. Also included is an etching portrait of Bonsall.
Last three pages of a letter signed by Helen Hunt, beginning with page 3. Mentions improbability of finding a purchaser for a rundown farm, and her desire for as many east- and west-facing rooms as possible in a new house. Pages not dated, but may postdate death of her first husband, Edward Hunt, in 1863.
Mary P. Boller and Henry A. Boller letters and scrapbook. Scrapbook consists of news, obituary, and poetry clippings pasted into a notebook, with other loose ephemera included. Letters are sent between Mary and Henry and to the couple from various senders. Materials dated 1862-1910.
Contains the diaries of Mary P. Boller, handwritten speeches given by Mary in Denver, and a notebook of poetry presumably written by Mary. Materials dated 1863-1913.