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Fri Mar 21 17:13:37 2014 UTClccn-nr920175860.00Amherst, Mass., to the Sweetser family0.231.00Lavinia Dickinson,68792984Lavinia_Norcross_Dickinsonnr 920175863166636Dickinson, Lavina Norcross, 1833-1899Dickinson, Lavinia, Vinnie, 1833-1899lccn-n79054166Dickinson, Emily1830-1886lccn-no2003119746Kaufmann, Paola1969-2006lccn-n83194194Dickinson, Austin-1895lccn-no2004083179Rowlandson, Williamlccn-sh85037681Dickinson familylccn-n87918284Dickinson, Edward1803-1874lccn-n82001507Todd, Mabel Loomis1856-1932lccn-n86113756Bianchi, Martha Dickinson(1866-1943)edtlccn-n98075304Dickinson, Susan Huntington1830-1913lccn-n50014865Wells, Carolyn-1942Dickinson, Lavinia Norcross1833-1899Trials, litigation, etcDickinson, Emily,Women poets, AmericanSistersDickinson, Lavinia Norcross,American poetryPoetryTodd, Mabel Loomis,Massachusetts--AmherstBianchi, Martha Dickinson,Dickinson, Austin,Dickinson familyFemale friendshipBiographical fictionDickinson, Edward,Amherst Academy (Amherst, Mass.)Dickinson, Susan Huntington,FamiliesPoets, AmericanHigginson, Thomas Wentworth,Bingham, Millicent Todd,Amherst CollegeDickinson, Emily Norcross,Todd, David P.--(David Peck),Solar eclipsesManners and customsCourtshipPainting, AmericanSoviet UnionWilder familyHampson, Alfred LeeteWashington (D.C.)Loomis familyUnited StatesReal propertyStearns, Alfred E.--(Alfred Ernest),JapanBowles, Samuel,Massachusetts--NorthamptonNewcomb, Simon,MassachusettsYale UniversityTrialsLiteratureAstronomyEducationTodd familySchiff, Jacob H.--(Jacob Henry),Deering, JamesAllen, Hervey,Childbirth1833189918961898192919301957200020032006200720084513035811PS1541ocn45923479032ocn490591634book19290.56Dickinson, EmilyFurther poems of Emily Dickinson : withheld from publication by her sister Lavinia11ocn612859928book1.00Dickinson familyDickinson family papersVII. Root Family papers, 1830-1884. Abiah Root was the daughter of Deacon Harvey Root of West Springfield (Feeding Hills, Mass.). She attended Amherst Academy (Amherst, Mass.) for only one year (1843-1844), where she met Emily Dickinson (1839-1886) and then transferred to Miss Margaret Campbell's school in Springfield (Mass.). The bulk of this series consists of correspondence between Root family members11ocn801861497com18960.59Dickinson, EmilyPoemsThe collected poems of Emily Dickinson11ocn612375257mix1.00Allen, Mary Adè€leconcerning Emily DickinsonCorrespondence between Mary Adè€le Allen and MacGregor Jenkins concerning Jenkins' work, Emily Dickinson as friend and neighbor, along with one letter from Lavinia Dickinson to Allen. Note: Pictures, clippings, and printed ephemera received with this material have been placed with similar items in the Emily Dickinson collection11ocn122489335mixDickinson, EmilyAmherst, Mass., to the Sweetser familyIncludes twenty-one letters to her friend and neighbor Cornelia Peck (Nellie) Sweetser (one signed also by Emily's sister Lavinia), five to her aunt Catharine Dickinson Sweetser, and one to Cornelia's mother Abby Tyler Munsell Sweetser. Some letters mention family matters, but most are brief notes to accompany or give thanks for gifts and other remembrances11ocn612530128book18431.00The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments : translated out of the original tongues11ocn079380989book1.00Dickinson familyconcerning publication of the works of Emily DickinsonIncludes contracts (1890-1935) to publish the poetry of, and books about, Emily Dickinson. Contracts are between Lavinia Norcross Dickinson and Martha Dickinson Bianchi and the publishing houses of Roberts Brothers (later Little, Brown and Company) and Houghton, Mifflin and Company. Collection also includes correspondence (1894-1901) of Austin Dickinson and Lavinia Norcross Dickinson with Roberts Brothers concerning the settlement of a debt11ocn032136356mix1.00Dickinson, EmilyPapers and forgeries of Emily DickinsonThe papers contain a manuscript poem "Just lost, when I was saved!" first published as "Called back" in The Independent, 189111ocn079380968book1.00Dickinson, EmilyIncludes a variety of materials by and about the poet Emily Dickinson and the Dickinson family. Emily Dickinson items include letters, autograph poems, a black cake recipe, and a visiting card. Letters are to family members including Susan Huntington Dickinson, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Martha Gilbert Smith, and others. Family miscellany includes letters from Lavinia Norcross Dickinson and others11ocn612890449book18981.00Todd, Mabel LoomisCommonwealth of Massachusetts, Hampshire, ss., Superior Court : Evidence of Lavinia N. Dickinson, Mabel Loomis Todd, and Timothy Gridley Spaulding, in the case of Lavinia N. Dickinson In Eq. vs. Mabel Loomis Todd et al. :Trials, litigation, etcLawsuit brought by the sister of poet Emily Dickinson against Mabel Loomis Todd. Trail had Hon. John Hopkins, Justice presiding; Hammond & Field, S.S. Taft, Esq. for the plaintiff; and Hamlin & Reillay, J.B. O'Donnell, Esq. for the defendant11ocn053705892mix0.47Dickinson, EmilyEmily Dickinson collectionThe correspondence includes letters to and/or from Samuel Bowles, Charles H. Clark, Edward Dickinson, Lavinia Dickinson, Austin Dickinson, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Otis Phillips Lord, Mabel Loomis Todd and Sarah Eliza Sigourney Tuckerman (Mrs. Edward Tuckerman)11ocn162143683book1.00Dickinson familyDickinson family papersFamily papers of the American poet, Emily Dickinson11ocn122593909mix1.00Dickinson, Lavinia NorcrossConnecticut?[1] ALS, 1892, Feb. 4, to Mrs. Spear (2 p.). [2] ALS., 1891, March 5, to "Beloved Friend". [3] AN. (envelope), 1891, March 17, Palmer and New London, to Mrs. J. G. Holland. [4] ALS., 1892, May 11, to Mrs. Spear (3 p.)4193ocn126849824book20060.18Kaufmann, PaolaThe sister : a novel of Emily DickinsonFictionA tale based on the life of the reclusive classic author follows her precarious relationship with her parents, her hidden passions and aspirations, her secret views on religion and love, and her interactions with the men in her life, in a story told from the perspective of her younger sister, Lavinia+-+360421030642ocn029620322art19301.00Wells, CarolynLavinia Dickinson11ocn702206095mix1.00Todd familyTodd-Bingham picture collectionObservationsPostcardsPhotographs, albums and scrapbooks, glass negatives, lantern slides, daguerreotypes, tintypes, prints, sketches, and paintings, 1837-1966, relating to the personal and professional lives of members of the Todd-Bingham family. These materials document the lives and careers of Mabel Loomis Todd, David Peck Todd, and Millicent Todd Bingham, in particular11ocn145079275mix19571.00Dickinson, EmilyEmily Dickinson papersThe Emily Dickinson Papers consist of poems and letters of Emily Dickinson given to Amherst College in 1956-1957 by Millicent Todd Bingham. The papers contain poems copied and preserved by Emily Dickinson, drafts of poems by Dickinson, and transcripts of poems made by others. Letters, drafts of letters, and letter fragments written by Emily Dickinson to William Austin Dickinson, Lavinia Norcross Dickinson, Samuel Bowles, James D. Clark, Charles H. Clark, Otis Phillips Lord, Mabel Loomis Todd, and others are included11ocn035106641book18501.00Dickinson, AustinLetter : [Amherst?] to Emily Ellsworth Fowler Ford [New York?] [ca. 1850?]Records and correspondence11ocn052489658book20030.47Chong, Christina GraceThe gentlewoman against the femme fatale : the Lavinia Dickinson versus Mabel Loomis Todd lawsuit of 1898Trials, litigation, etc11ocn080927215visu18401.00Bullard, O. A[The Dickinson children]PortraitsSubject: Group portrait (half figures) of the children of Edward and Emily Norcross Dickinson. Includes: Emily (the poet), Austin, and Lavinia Dickinson as children11ocn612225832visu1.00Dickinson familyDickinson family photographsPortraitsPhotographs include the following formats: cabinet photographs, ambrotype, cartes-de-visite, daguerreotypes, group portraits, photograph on milk glass, portraits, proofs, tintypes, and others. Other materials include: clippings, drawings, engravings, engraving plate, lithographs, notes, and postcards11ocn702137088mix1.00Dickerman, Elizabeth SElizabeth S. Dickerman papers relating to Emily DickinsonRecords and correspondenceThe papers consist of an undated letter from Emily Dickinson to Mrs. George Dickerman that had accompanied a basket of daphne; 3 ALS from Lavinia Dickinson to Mrs. George Dickerman, dated February 7 1894, August 25 [1896], and July 19 [n.y.]; and a holograph reminiscence by Elizabeth Dickerman,concerning visits to the home of Emily and Lavinia Dickinson. The reminiscence contains a quote of the poem "There are two Mays." A printed catalogue of the Emily Dickinson exhibition held at Yale in 1930 contains an inscription by exhibit curator William H. McCarthy to Elizabeth Dickerman, pointing to an additional holograph entry at the end for the Emily Dickinson letter. This is accompanied by a receipt for the loan of the letter for the purposes of exhibition, dated Dec 9, 1930, signed by McCarthy; and two ALS from Yale Librarian Chauncey Brewster Tinker to Elizabeth Dickerman regarding the disposition of the collection, with drafts of two responses from Dickerman11ocn701794879book18410.47Amherst Academy (Amherst, Mass.)Catalogue of the trustees, instructors, and students of Amherst Academy : for the year ending July 1841CatalogsRegisters11ocn786416741com18401.00Bullard, O. A[The Dickinson children]PortraitsSubject: Group portrait (half figures) of the children of Edward and Emily Norcross Dickinson. Includes: Emily (the poet), Austin, and Lavinia Dickinson as children11ocn702166747mix1.00Lyman (Family :Lyman family papersHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcDiariesAccount booksThe principal figure in these papers is Joseph Bardwell Lyman, a lawyer and journalist. The papers include his correspondence, diaries, business papers, account books, court books, and articles written between 1858-1865. His student career is documented with papers written while at Yale College (1845-1850) and at the University of Louisiana Law School11ocn084446824visu18481.00[The Dickinson family]PortraitsSubject: Silhouette of the Dickinson family including Emily Norcross Dickinson, Edward Dickinson, and their children: Emily (the poet), Austin and Lavinia. Reportedly cut at Mt. Holyoke Female Seminary12ocn702153550mix1.00Todd, Mabel LoomisMabel Loomis Todd papersHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcDesigns and plansThe papers consist of correspondence, notebooks, diaries, lectures, financial records, scrapbooks, subject files, and memorabilia documenting the personal life and professional career of Mabel Loomis Todd. Correspondence and diaries detail Todd's personal attitudes and feelings toward her family, her relationship with William Austin Dickinson, her travels with her husband, David Peck Todd, and other matters. Legal and financial papers document court battles over her status as editor of Emily Dickinson's work. Lectures and subject files detail much of Mrs. Todd's work as a speaker and author, including material on Emily Dickinson and David Peck Todd's eclipse expeditions11ocn045183245book20000.47Adams, BillWar between the houses : a playDrama01ocn122656079visuDickinson familyPortraitsIncludes daguerreotypes of the following individuals: John Long Graves; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson; Susan Huntington Dickinson (4 items); Austin Dickinson; and Martha Gilbert Smith01ocn082330700visuDickinson familyPortraitsImages of the poet Emily Dickinson's family and friends, family homes, gravesites, and other Dickinson-associated places (especially Amherst, Mass.) Also includes Gilbert family items. Some images photographed by J.L. Lovell of Amherst Mass. and many items annotated by Martha Dickinson Bianchi+-+3604210306Fri Mar 21 16:06:06 EDT 2014batch19289