Thomas Buchanan Read Papers
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Letter, 13 September 1856, of Thomas Buchanan Read, Liverpool [Eng.] to Mrs. [?] Gray concerning his voyage to England, the 1856 United States presidential election (his support for Fremont) and letter, 10 Aug[us]t 1871, of Read, Rome [Italy] to [?] Gray, concerning Read's painting and religion.
- Creation: 1856, 1871
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Thomas Buchanan Read (1822-1872), American poet, was a portrait-painter, and lived much abroad. He wrote a prose romance, The Pilgrims of the Great St. Bernard, and several books of poetry, including The New Pastoral, The House by the Sea, Sylvia, and A Summer Story. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .
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Processed by Cynthia L. Barwick in 1984.
- Guide to the Thomas Buchanan Read Papers
- Finding Aid Authors: Cynthia L. Barwick.
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English