38 Via Gregoriana, Rome - Cushman household
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Culkin, Hosmer's biographer comments on Cushman's household in Rome: "The female artists were friendly with one another; and many lived on Via Gregoriana."(Culkin 96)
McAleer, the editor of Robert Browning's letters to Isabella Blagden, writes that Charlotte Cushman gave her first reception at Via Gregoriana on Jan 19, 1859 (Browning 26).
"Her apartment on the Via Gregoriana in Rome became a mecca for theatre people, writers (such as the Brownings), and aspiring young artists" (Kleinfield, "Charlotte Cushman" 424)
Merrill, Lisa. “Old Maids, Sister-Artists, and Aesthetes: Charlotte Cushman and Her Circle of 'Jolly Bachelors' Construct an Expatriate Women's Community in Rome.” Women's Writing, vol. 10, no. 2, 2003, pp. 367–84.