Letter from Grace Greenwood to James Fields, Oct 24, 1853

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Title

Letter from Grace Greenwood to James Fields, Oct 24, 1853

Subject

United States--Boston
Hawthorne, Nathanial, 1804-1864
Arts--Literature
Arts--Portraits
Illness
Relationships--Networks
Lippincott, Sara Jane (pseudonym: Grace Greenwood), 1832-1904
Journalists/Writers

Description

Greenwood reports that she has almost recovered from her illness. She is pleased with Fields retaining "Haps and Mishaps" as the title of her book and thanks him for his favor regarding the damaged luggage. Greenwood wonders whether Fields will advertise all his juvenile works in her columns and whether he will get out new editions of her books this fall. Furthermore, she asks Fields to send her a copy of Tanglewood Falls for Hawthorne and a copy of Mrs. Croslands' book dedicated to her.

Credit

Huntington Library, James Thomas Fields Papers and Addenda

Creator

Lippincott, Sara Jane (pseudonym: Grace Greenwood), 1832-1904

Source

Huntington, JTFP, Box 41, FI 1788

Date

1853-10-24

Type

Reference

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Text

[page 4 – included on page 1] ask you for a copy of "Tanglewood Falls". Please but [?] send it on with an extra copy which charge [sic] me [last seven words inserted]. and also my copy of Mrs Croslands [sic] book dedicated to me. Are you getting out new editions of my little books this fall? Please offer our thanks to Charles Sumner and Whipple for their kind congratulations. We are boarding with some dear friends at 41 North Eleventh St. where we shall be rejoiced to see you, at any time. Love to all my dear Boston friends. as ever faithfully yours.
Grace

[page 4 added vertically] Barry Garnwall's [?] prose. and any of your new works except Alexander Lundth

[page 1] Dear Mr. Fields.
Yours of the 19th I found awaiting me on my arrival. Last Saturday evening. We thank you heartily for your kind wishes. We have begun by being very happy and with much love between us, and some help and blessing from God. we shall keep on. we trust. I bore the journey very well. and seem

[page 1 added vertically] Mr. Bennoch bids me tell you that he has in his possession Mr. Lucas [sic] fine portrait of dear Miss Mitford and will send it to go in at the earliest safe opportunity.

[page 2] almost recovered from my illness. I am glad that you decided to retain "Haps and Mishaps" as the title of the book. I concluded from the pertinacious questioning of your printer, that I must substitute some other. and in my hurry could think of nothing better than the one I sent you. I hope that you will see that my corrections already made are attended

[page 3] to in the stenotype copy you send me. I may forget them. Thanks for the favor you have done me in the matter of the damaged luggage. and for the intrust you express in the fortunes of the "Little Pill". I am glad you do not find him hard to take. By the way, will you not advertise all your juvenile works in our columns?— We will advertise and notice no other [inserted] than such books. Hawthorne told me to

From

Lippincott, Sara Jane (pseudonym: Grace Greenwood), 1832-1904

To

Fields, James Thomas, 1817-1881

Location

Philadelphia, PA, US

Geocode (Latitude)

39.952583

Geocode (Longitude)

-75.165222

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Citation

Lippincott, Sara Jane (pseudonym: Grace Greenwood), 1832-1904, “Letter from Grace Greenwood to James Fields, Oct 24, 1853,” Archival Gossip Collection, accessed May 19, 2022, https://archivalgossip.com/collection/items/show/722.

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