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Fri Mar 21 17:10:10 2014 UTClccn-no20080623050.00Autograph letter signed from Terry Jefferson to Elizabeth Campbell Winter0.140.97The Spanish treasure : a novel /39184593no20080623057744918Campbell, Elizabeth, 1841-1922Winter, Mrs. (Elizabeth Campbell), 1841-1922containsVIAFID/31600548Castelar, Isabellalccn-n90637263Young, Robert1927-2008lccn-n50015353Winter, William1836-1917lccn-no2008124071Winter, William Jefferson1878-1929lccn-no2009026325Winter, Arthur1872-1886lccn-n88218901Mansfield, Richard1857-1907lccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lccn-n50045108Daly, Augustin1838-1899lccn-n79105715Modjeska, Helena1840-1909lccn-no90006797Rehan, Ada1857-1916lccn-n79061014Stoker, Bram1847-1912Winter, Elizabeth C.(Elizabeth Campbell)1841-1922Controversial literatureManuscriptsDime novelsCriticism, interpretation, etcShakespeare, William,Art appreciationGermanyFranceSlaveryWest Indies--British West IndiesSlaves--EmancipationWinter, William,Daly, Augustin,Mansfield, Richard,Stedman, Edmund Clarence,Osgood, James R.--(James Ripley),Terry, Ellen,--Dame,Leslie, Elsie,Rehan, Ada,Booth, Edwin,Parker, Louis Napoleon,Brown, T. Allston--(Thomas Allston),Allen, Viola,Warner, Charles Dudley,Wingfield, Lewis,Hutton, Laurence,Stoddart, James Henry,Ewer, Ferdinand C.--(Ferdinand Cartwright),Osgood, Samuel,Logan, Olive,Anderson, Mary,Belasco, David,Field, Henry M.--(Henry Martyn),Ford, John Thompson,Foord, John,Winter, PercyPlays (Shakespeare, William)Townsend, George Alfred,Edwards, Henry,Ingersoll, Robert Green,Rideing, William H.--(William Henry),Boucicault, Dion,Cist, Lewis J.--(Lewis Jacob),Hoffman, John T.--(John Thompson),Badeau, Adam,Buel, Clarence Clough,Gillis, J. L.--(James Louis),Tinsley, William,ActorsForbes-Robertson, Johnston,--Sir,PublicationsLander, J. M.--(Jean Margaret),Laffan, William MGreat Britain18411922186818691870187618771880188118831886188718881889189318941895189718991901190219041913615960822PR275321ocn834540380book0.66Shakespeare, WilliamThe pictorial edition of the works of Shakspere22ocn706190331book18930.97Winter, Elizabeth CThe Spanish treasure : a novelDime novels11ocn230422375bookClare, AdaAutograph letters signed from Ada [Clare] to various people11ocn281562020bookDaly, AugustinAutograph letters signed from Augustin Daly to various peopleCorrespondents: Elizabeth Winter, Jefferson Winter and William Winter. Also, 3 letters from William Winter to Daly, 1882-1883 (75-77) and an agreement between Daly and Elizabeth Winter, March 15, 1870 (78)11ocn688485956book1886Elliot, MadgeAutograph letter signed from Madge Elliot, Bayonne, New Jersey, to Elizabeth Campbell WinterManuscriptsShe and Sol started for the Winters' house last Wednesday when his strength gave and they had to return home; they also grieved with the Winter family (she is probably referring to the death of Winter's son, Arthur). Letter addressed to Lizzie and signed from Maggie. Correspondent is likely Madge Elliot and the recipient is likely Elizabeth Campbell Winter11ocn436214802bookWinter, WilliamAutograph letters signed from William Winter to various recipientsManuscripts(16) mentions [Augusta?] Dargon, (39) Charles Clapp, (51-52) Dion Boucicault and David Belasco and (99) Henry Placide and his wife. (49) is incomplete. (104) to J.B. Walker includes a poem by Winter, which is listed in the Folger card index of first lines. (68-70) and (114) concern Thomas Nast's "The Immortal Light of Genius."11ocn667626365book1869Autograph letter signed from Susan, Carroll Co., to Elizabeth Campbell WinterDiscusses the death of her husband; refers several times to a Dr. Gary. Letter is addressed "Mine own dear friend." Recipient is referred to in the letter as "Lizzie," probably Elizabeth Campbell Winter11ocn688486402bookJefferson, TerryAutograph letter signed from Terry Jefferson to Elizabeth Campbell Winter(1) Congratulates Mrs. Winter on the birth of her baby [Arthur Winter]; addressed from Boston. (2) Proposes a meeting with Mrs. Winter; addressed from Hohokus. Letters signed from T[err?]y Jefferson11ocn592756046bookAllen, ViolaAutograph letters signed from Viola Allen to William WinterWritten from various locations including New York; St. Louis; Cold Spring, New York; Boston; Easton, Pennsylvania; Niagara Falls, Canada; Toronto, Canada; Bernardsville, New Jersey. (1) an invitation to an event at the Berkley Lyceum, addressed to "Master and Mistress Winter"; (4) includes a clipping announcing Viola Allen's retirement from the stage, dated July 28, 1901, and an accompanying envelope addressed to Winter in Mentone, CA; (14) is a printed visiting card of Viola Allen, New York, with a letter to Winter written on both sides, dated simply Sunday11ocn318649740bookKingsland, HAutograph letter signed from H. Kingsland to William WinterHas just returned from Winter's former 'quarters' and was surprised to find him not at home. Guesses that his wife and pets are in Torand hopes that Winter will soon disclose his whereabouts and come to dinner11ocn428976914book1902Stoddart, James HenryAutograph letter signed from J.H. Stoddart, Los Angeles, to Mrs. WinterManuscriptsStoddart received Mrs. Winter's letter, along with Mr. Winter's letter last night. He hopes their son [possibly William Jefferson Winter] will soon enjoy the best of health and that Mr. Winter safely returns to New Brighton11ocn456682656bookAnderson, MaryAutograph letters signed and unsigned from Mary Anderson to various recipients11ocn676693686book1899Pond, James BAutograph letter signed from James B. Pond, Jersey City, New Jersey, to Elizabeth Campbell WinterPond writes of speaking with Mrs. Winter's son and hopes that he can find something for him to do; mentions meeting her and Mr. Winter this summer and Mr. Winter's tribute to Augustin Daly. On letterhead of 330 Bergen Avenue, Jersey City Heights11ocn688486404book1870Jefferson, Sarah AAutograph letter signed from Sarah Jefferson, Hohokus, to Elizabeth Campbell WinterJefferson discusses engaging a seamstress, commencing the week after next; she also mentions Maggie and Little Joe11ocn676693687book1913Parker, Louis NapoleonAutograph letter signed from Louis Napoleon Parker, London, to Elizabeth Campbell WinterWishes Mrs. Winter a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year and writes of recent events and theatrical matters. On letterhead of 3 Pembroke Road, Kensington, London, W. Dated XIX. XII. XIII11ocn416601991bookTerry, EllenAutograph letters signed from Dame Ellen Terry to various recipientsCriticism, interpretation, etcManuscriptsSome items undated11ocn862147552book20100.76Winter, Elizabeth CThe British West India colonies in connection with slavery, emancipation, etc.Controversial literature+-+952575356611ocn667624046book1886Morris, ClaraTelegram from Clara Morris, Yonkers, New York, to Elizabeth Campbell Winter, New YorkManuscriptsSends her condolences; likely on the death of Winter's son, Arthur11ocn667623994bookSutton, Katharine PaineAutograph letters signed from Katharine Paine Sutton, Cooperstown, New York, to Elizabeth Campbell WinterManuscriptsLetters of sympathy following the death of Mrs. Winter's son, Arthur; she also discusses spirituality. Signed from Katharine B. Paine11ocn474945039bookBooth, EdwinAutograph letters signed from Edwin Booth to various recipientsCriticism, interpretation, etcManuscriptsRecipients: Adam Badeau, Lawrence [Barrett], Anne Charlotte (Lynch) Botta, Udo Brachvogel, Thomas Allston Brown, Charles Edward Carryl, Lewis Jacob Cist, Creston Clarke, Augustin Daly, Andrew H.H. Dawson, Sarah Platt (Haines) Doremus, Fredinand Cartwright Ewer, Owen Fawcett, Henry Martyn Field, Charles Edward Flower, John Thomson Ford, Valentine Mott Francis, Horace Howard Furness, Maurice Grau, Jesse Cope Green, Gildroy Wells Griffin, Edwina (Booth) Grossmann, William Gardner Hale, George Hughes Hepworth, Henry L. Hinton, John Thompson Hoffman, George Henry Howard, Laurence [Hutton], Robert Green Ingersoll, Thomas Wallace Keene, Jean Margaret (Davenport) Lander, James Ripley Osgood, Samuel Osgood, Albert Marshman Palmer, Richard A. Robertson, Edmund Clarence Stedman, George Alfred Stringer, Howard Malcom Ticknor, George Alfred Townsend, Charles Dudley Warner, Elizabeth (Campbell) Winter, William Winter and others. The letters to Henry L. Hinton, ca. 1866, and some of those to Winter, ca. 1876-1878, discuss their editions of plays by Shakespeare and others based on Booth's own prompt books11ocn667623966bookWinter, Elizabeth CAutograph letters signed and unsigned from Elizabeth Campbell Winter to Richard Mansfield(1-6) concern her play Cagliostro; (7) concerns The first violin. Several of the letters appear to be drafts; some are incomplete. (5) is a note on her correspondence related to Cagliostro; (6) is written in William Winter's hand11ocn667627141bookWinter, Elizabeth CAutograph letters signed from Elizabeth Campbell Winter to William Winter(1) Discusses her health; (2) she has been expecting to hear from Winter; discusses her health, upcoming plans and a bank account; (3) mentions a letter she sent to Winter on his birthday and advises Winter not to go swimming alone11ocn667626705bookThaxter, A. WallaceAutograph letters signed from Wallace Thaxter to William WinterManuscripts(1) Concerning Mrs. Winter's successful debut and Thaxter's poor heath; addressed from 44 Lynde St., Boston. (2) Thaxter writes that he has not left the Gazette; he also thanks Winter for sending him his paper and writes of moving to new quarters at 806 Tremont11ocn318648995book1889Marble, J. NAutograph letter signed from J.N. Marble, New York City, to William WinterManuscriptsMarble writes that he is hoping to go into the country sometime next month and if Mrs. Winter would give him sittings right away he could do the portrait before leaves11ocn651972040book1897Winter, Elizabeth CAutograph letter initialed (draft) from Elizabeth Campbell Winter to Mr. DillonManuscriptsConcerning her dramatization of the play "The First Violin" and her correspondence with Richard Mansfield11ocn694090879bookWinter, WilliamRobert Young collection relating to William WinterManuscriptsThe collection includes mostly correspondence, as well as literary manuscripts, journals, family history records, publishing records, clippings, programs, photographs, personal relics, correspondence of his son William Jefferson Winter, correspondence between other family members and research material collected by William Jefferson Winter and Robert Young documenting the life and career of William Winter. The correspondence includes letters to and from various family members and well-known actors and public figures from the late nineteenth to the early twentieth century11ocn667623978bookWinter, Elizabeth CAutograph letters signed from Elizabeth Campbell Winter, Los Angeles, to William Jefferson Winter, New York(1) Discusses the sale of the ranch; (2) concerning checks Jefferson Winter has sent to his mother, Viola and Percy; (3) concerning a proposition Winter suggested to McIntosh regarding property in Mentone and Mrs. Winter's living situation. With (3) is a small clipped advertisement for a book by Gustave Geley, From the unconscious to the conscious. Each with accompanying envelope addressed to Winter at 46 Winter Avenue, New Brighton, Staten Island, New York. They are addressed from 2617 Halldale Avenue, Los Angeles, California. The envelope with (3) contains Jefferson Winter's annotation on the face: "on my birthday 1921. She died April 7, 1922."+-+9525753566+-+9525753566Fri Mar 21 15:23:39 EDT 2014batch19021