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Fri Mar 21 17:07:33 2014 UTClccn-n841305300.00Contributors to Graham's Magazine /0.801.00ALS : Philadelphia to Emma Catherine Embury,18626354Emma_Catherine_Emburyn 841305301221506Embury, E. C. (Emma Catherine), 1806-1863Embury, Emma C.Embury, Emma CatherineEmbury, Emma Catherine, 1806-1863Embury, Emma Catherine Manley, 1806-1863Embury, Mrs. (Emma Catherine), 1806-1863Manley, Emma Catherine, 1806-1863containsVIAFID/34030331Ianthe, 1806-1863lccn-n50033397Mitchell, Maria1818-1889lccn-n90678342Brackett, Anna C.(Anna Callender)1836-1911edtlccn-n83181805Willard, Emma1787-1870lccn-n92121370Palmer, Alice Freeman1855-1902lccn-no97037365Salmon, Lucy Maynard1853-1927viaf-285227871Runkle, Lucia Isabella Gilbert1844-lccn-n80117061Whitefield, Edwin1816-1892illlccn-n2011013519Radt, Alice Heniusedtlccn-n2009054023Rouben Mamoulian Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n82113976Morris, George Pope1802-1864Embury, Emma C.(Emma Catherine)1806-1863PoetryPictorial worksPeriodicalsJuvenile worksFictionWomen--EducationEducation, HigherFlowersUnited StatesWild flowersLiteratureWild flowers--Geographical distributionFlowers in literatureEmbury, Emma C.--(Emma Catherine),Women--Education (Higher)Children's stories, FrenchMoral educationGreat BritainHistory--Study and teaching (Higher)New York (State)Manners and customsConduct of lifeEducationFashionWomen's periodicalsAmerican poetryChildren's storiesChristian lifeRich peoplePrisonersVoyages and travelsParent and childBlind childrenPride and vanityChildren--DeathFriendshipWomen authorsSigourney, L. H.--(Lydia Howard),Children's literatureKirkland, Caroline M.--(Caroline Matilda),Lawson, James,Willis, Nathaniel Parker,Bethune, George W.--(George Washington),Real property, Exchange ofWetmore, Prosper Montgomery,Stephens, Ann S.--(Ann Sophia),Leslie, Eliza,New York (State)--New YorkClark, Lewis Gaylord,Gallatin, Albert,AuthorsFairy talesFuller, Margaret,Sedgwick, Catharine Maria,Authors and publishers18061863182818301831183418371838183918401843184518461847184818491850185218531854186018671869189319091946142759137376PS15ocn780202172ocn312889744ocn489195205ocn2438918043165ocn011165092book18930.73Brackett, Anna CWoman and the higher education1667ocn733086796file18450.92Embury, Emma CAmerican wild flowers in their native hauntsPoetryPictorial works11810ocn005426498book18370.92Embury, Emma CConstance Latimer, or, The blind girl with other tales968ocn005426563book18450.93Embury, Emma CThe blind girl with other tales946ocn005426838book18480.93Embury, Emma CGlimpses of home life, or, Causes and consequences936ocn005426636book18480.93Embury, Emma CThe home offering, or, Causes and consequences832ocn000203638book19460.50Embury, Emma CAmerican wild flowers796ocn056692540book18460.93Embury, Emma CLove's token-flowersPoetry757ocn019505597book18690.92Embury, Emma CThe poems of Emma C. Embury359ocn016942920book18390.19Embury, Emma CPictures of early life, or, Sketches of youth335ocn191235217book18480.06Embury, Emma CThe Waldorf family; or Grandfather's legends.313ocn002629708book18930.93Embury, Emma CSelected prose writings of Mrs. Emma C. Embury263ocn056692538com19960.95Embury, Emma CThe poems of Mrs. Emma Catherine Embury201ocn011197174book19460.47American wildflowers172ocn053395286com18690.79Embury, Emma CThe poems of Mrs. Emma Catherine Embury102ocn780202172com0.81The Ladies' companion, and literary expositor; a monthly magazine embracing every department of literaturePeriodicals92ocn776343609com18670.88Embury, Emma CGreek slave, a story93ocn669333799com18280.96IantheGuido, a tale ; Sketches from history ; and other poems72ocn456285698com19960.76Embury, Emma CLove's token-flowers65ocn823221799book18480.06Embury, Emma CTales for the youngJuvenile worksFiction522ocn006166932book18380.93Morris, George PopeThe deserted bride and other poems11ocn767838846book1828Embury, Emma C[Commonplace book of Emma C. Embury, with original botanical and ornithological watercolors, and original manuscript poetry]A collection of artwork and original manuscript poetry by the 19th-century New York authoress, Emma Catherine Embury. Her name appears in an unattributed hand on the front free endpaper, and three of the watercolors are initialed "ECE." While the name "Anna Embury" appears in contemporary manuscript on the rear pastedown and in the lower margin of one watercolor, the remaining watercolors are all similar in style to those initialed by Emma Embury and are presumably by her. Most of the pencil sketches are unsigned; a few are initialed "AHE." None of the poems are signed. Four of the five poems appear opposite pencil sketches of their main subject, always a British landmark11ocn806968767art18460.10Poe, Edgar AllanThe literati of New York City -- no. IV : some honest opinions at random respecting their authorial merits, with occasional words of personality11ocn166238032art19090.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamEmbury, Mrs. Emma Catherine11ocn821683924visuContributors to Graham's MagazinePortraitsHead and shoulders portraits of Graham's female contributors, clockwise from top: Mrs. Sigourney, Mrs. Osgood, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Embury and Miss Sedgwick11ocn064032068book1.00Embury, Emma CEmma C. Embury salon albumAn album comprising 122 autograph items, drawings, portraits, clippings and extracts relating to the development of an important American literary salon in New York. The correspondence addressed to Emma and Daniel Embury focuses primarily on literature, writing, and publishing. Subjects include American poetry, its relation to English poetry, criticism, publishing, literary annuals and magazines, women writers, literary circles, and social affairs. Correspondents include: George W. Bethune, William Cullen Bryant, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Thomas Seir Cummings, Samuel Goodrich, Hannah Flagg Gould, Fitz-Greene Halleck, Charles Fenno Hoffman, Daniel Huntington, Henry Inman, Catharine Sedgewick, Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, L.H. Sigourney, Ann Sophia W. Stephens, John Trumbull and Alaric Watts. Includes an autograph address panel in the hand of George Gordon, Lord Byron11ocn041392791book18341.00Leslie, ElizaALS : Philadelphia to Emma Catherine EmburyRecords and correspondenceRequests a literary contribution to "The Gift," edited by Miss Leslie and published by E.L. Carey and A. Hart in Philadelphia, to be included in the 1835 edition. Written in the third person. Emma Embury's contribution was a poem entitled "The wife's song on the New Year." The book, in the RBD, is cataloged under: AY11.G496 183611ocn086164307mix1.00Embury, Emma CEmma C. Embury papersCollection consists of correspondence, writings, financial and legal papers, notebooks and albums, photographs, and printed matter related to Embury and her familyFri Mar 21 16:11:37 EDT 2014batch15615