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Letter from Emma Stebbins to Emma Crow Cushman, July 24, [1870]

LoC. Cushman 13-4-5.pdf
Stebbins writes in Cushman's place as she is not able to write herself. Her health condition has worsened again and the Doctor had to perform a procedure on her heart. Credit Library of Congress,Charlotte Cushman Papers, Manuscript Division,…

Haps and Mishaps Review, London Athenaeum, Nov 18, 1854

1854. London Athenaeum. Haps and Mishaps Review. Nov 18.pdf
The reviewer belittles Greenwood's admiring accounts of well-known people in her Haps and Mishaps of a Tour in Europe. The author criticizes her for misinterpreting certain conversations. Credit Hathi Trust

Letter from Grace Greenwood to James Fields, Feb 11, 1854

Huntington, JTFP, Box 41, FI 1796, SJL to JF, Feb 11, 1854.pdf
Greenwood has sent some books by express for Mary Howitt, who is currently searching for material regarding the early settlement of the Western states. Fields should forward the package to Lippincott & Grambo's "Cabinet History of the United…

Letter from Grace Greenwood to James Fields, Apr 13, 1852

Huntington, JTFP, Box 40, FI 1778, SJL to JF, Apr 13, 1852.pdf
Greenwood regrets the lack of correspondence between Fields and her but is overjoyed at the prospect of seeing him again in England. She will leave Rome on the 15th and travel to Naples and Florence with the Hills. Recently she has not been in good…

Letter from Grace Greenwood to James Fields, Oct 8, 1852

Huntington, JTFP, Box 40, FI 1780, SJL to JF, Oct 8, 1852.pdf
Greenwood is pleased to hear of Fields' safe travels but regrets to hear about his recurring seasickness. She is currently staying with the Bennochs and enjoyed her travels in Ireland and Scotland, as mentioned in her Era correspondence. Delf and…

Letter from Grace Greenwood to James Fields, July 19, [1853]

Huntington, JTFP, Box 41, FI 1739, SJL to JF, July 19, 1853.pdf
Greenwood has been ill with bronchitis and cannot travel yet but hopes to sail by the "America" on August 6th. She asks him to forward the enclosed notes. Credit Huntington Library, James Thomas Fields Papers and Addenda

Letter from Grace Greenwood to James Fields, Jan 3, 1854

Huntington, JTFP, Box 41, FI 1793, SJL to JF, Jan 3, 1854.pdf
Greenwood provides Fields with a list of names and addresses he should send copies to in her place. Fields should sign the copies going across the sea with "with regards from the author." Credit Huntington Library, James Thomas Fields Papers and…

"The Queen Loves Bare Shoulders," San Francisco Examiner, Mar 28, 1886

1886. San Francisco Examiner. Queen Bare Shoulders.pdf
The San Francisco Examiner publishes one of Greenwood's letters. In a witty account, Greenwood comments on the royal etiquette. Credit Newspaper.com

"The Independent Lecture Course," Albany Evening Journal, Nov 26, 1862

1862. Albany Evening Journal. Gossip Lecture. Omeka.pdf
Greenwood will give a talk about personal recollections from Washington, London, and Rome, which a defined as "charming gossip." Meanwhile the paper emphasizes the artistic and literary content from Rome and London, while the recollections from…

Letter from Charlotte Cushman and Emma Stebbins to the Fields family, May 3, 1860

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Cushman expresses her delight upon receiving a letter from the Fields while they were in Florence. She will leave Rome on May 13th, weather permitting, and plans to arrive in London on May 25th or 26th. She will pick up the Crows in Paris along the…