American poetry -- 19th century
Found in 48 Collections and/or Records:
A song of praise and thanksgiving for the anniversary celebration of the pioneers' first entrance in the valley/ by Eliza R. Snow
Materials include a poem written by William Wines Phelps to his wife, Sally Phelps. Dated 1851.
Volume containing handwritten autographs and poems. The autographs were written to Harriet Allen and usually include poems.
Photocopy of a handwritten poem. The item includes "chorus" sections probably meaning it was meant to be sung. The item relates to the conditions of the Andersonville prison during the American Civil War. The date of the item is unknown.
Holographs; typescript; printed forms (photocopy). The collection includes a journal (l p. by wife, Elizabeth) which describes life in Salt Lake Valley and related problems with the United States government in 1856-1857 and gives genealogical data on the Bailey and Young families. Also included are a letter fragment, poem by George, and 6 Latter-day Saint Church family group sheets of the George Smith Bailey and Victoria Price family.
Printed item commemorating the founding of the New England Women's Club. The item was hand addressed to Mrs. Mary J. Judah and signed by the president of the club, Julia Ward Howe, in November 1892. The item includes all five verses of the "Battle Hymn of the Republic" and an account by Mrs. Howe of how she came to write the poem.
Poem written by Thomas L. Kane, labeled "not to be used." Date of production not identified.