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Ripley, Sophia Willard Dana 1803-1861

Works: 8 works in 9 publications in 1 language and 55 library holdings
Genres: Manuscripts  History 
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Most widely held works about Sophia Willard Dana Ripley
Most widely held works by Sophia Willard Dana Ripley
Papers of Delia Salter Bacon by Delia Salter Bacon( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Many of the later letters discuss Delia Bacon's research on the authorship of Shakespeare's works in England. Correspondents include: Mrs. Alice Bacon, Benjamin W. Bacon, David Bacon, George Blagden Bacon, Leonard Bacon, Leonard W. Bacon, Lucy Johnson Bacon, Theodore Bacon, George Bancroft, Sarah Cary Becker, Catherine E. Beecher, Francis Bennoch, James Buchanan, Charles Butler, Jane and Thomas Carlyle, Messrs. Chapman and Hall, Rufus Choate, Samuel Colman, J.P. Collier, Messrs. Dix and Edwards, Sir Henry Ellis, R.W. Emerson, Edward Everett, Eliza R. Farrar (Mrs. John Farrar), George Fayrer, C.C. Felton, Celina Flower, G.J. Granville, Mrs. W. Grote, Francis L. Hawks, Nathaniel and Sophia Hawthorne, Arthur Helps, Herriman and Brink, George S. Hillard, Marcus Hodges, R.M. Milnes (later Lord Houghton), J.B. Hume, M. Jones, Rose H. Lathrop, [J.?T.?] Lipscomb, George Littlewood, Sampson Low, Son & co., John Lord, E.B. Lytton (later Baron Lytton), James Martineau, Maria Mitchell, John Murray, Anthony Panizzi, J.W. Parker, Elizabeth Peabody, George Peabody, Alice Bacon Peck, Phillips, Sampson & co., George Palmer Putnam (editor of Putnam's magazine), Bernard and David Rice, Mr. and Mrs. George Ripley, Sarah S. Robbins, Benjamin Silliman, Augustus R. Sleet, Harriet B. Stowe, Thomas H. Taylor (editor of the Tribune), Jonathan M. Wainwright, Thomas S. Williams and Julia Bacon Woodruff
Dana family papers by Dana family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Personal and official documents of Francis Dana, Massachusetts revolutionary leader, minister to Russia and chief justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court; Richard Henry Dana, noted poet and essayist; Richard Henry Dana, Jr., author and United States attorney for Massachusetts during the Civil War; Richard Henry Dana III, civil service reformer; and other family members
John Sullivan Dwight correspondence regarding Brook Farm( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This collection contains 32 letters written to John Sullivan Dwight between 1840-1848 and cover a variety of subjects including George Ripley's (1802-1880) resignation from the Purchase Street church in 1840; Sophia Ripley's (1803-1861) description of early life on the Farm; Albert Brisbane's (1809-1890) comments of the progress of associationism; the future prospects of the community after the Phalanstery fire; and William Henry Channing's (1810-1884) thoughts about the future of the reform movement
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Audience level: 0.62 (from 0.59 for Sophia Wil ... to 0.99 for Brook Farm ...)

Alternative Names
Sophia Ripley Transcendentalist community founder