A Guide to the Anna Bartlett Warner Collection 1869 & 1881 Warner, Anna Bartlett 7313-c

A Guide to the Anna Bartlett Warner Collection 1869 & 1881

A Collection in the Clifton Waller Barrett Library in
Special Collections
The University of Virginia Library
Accession Number 7313-c


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Repository
Special Collections, University of Virginia Library
Accession number
7313-c
Title
Anna Bartlett Warner Collection 1869 & 1881
Physical Characteristics
This collection consists of two items.
Language
English

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

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Use Restrictions

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Preferred Citation

Anna Bartlett Warner Collection, Accession #7313-c , Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.

Acquisition Information

This collection was made a gift to the Library by the Clifton Waller Barrett estate in 1991.


Scope and Content Information

In a letter dated January 25, 1869, Anna Bartlett Warner writes to Lucy Larcom that she believes the author of the article on "Mason Waspa and Tent Makers" will agree to publication. She adds that she has no response from "Our Young Folks" on the article submitted by her and her sister.

In a letter dated November 10, 1881, Anna Bartlett Warner writes to Fanny Kemble remembering the recent visit of her and her daughter. She also writes that she is reading stories from anthropology sent by Fanny; hopes they will pay another visit; wants to show Frances where her mother once had dinner when she was young. There is a signed note on the recto from Susan Bogert Warner expressing love and hope of remembrance in her daughter's heart.