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Guide to the John Burroughs Papers, 1850-1991 (bulk 1860-1921)

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Collection Summary

Repository: Archives and Special Collections Library, Vassar College Libraries
Creator: Burroughs, John, 1837-1921
Title: John Burroughs Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1850-1991
Bulk Dates: 1860-1921
Quantity: 15.2 cubic feet (65 boxes)
Abstract: Includes 53 original Burroughs journals as well as a typescript of the journals prepared by his granddaughter, Elizabeth Burroughs Kelley, and another typescript prepared by his literary executor, Dr. Clara Barrus. In addition, there are manuscripts, sketch books, scrapbooks and correspondence, including letters to Burroughs from Edith Rickert, Walt Whitman, and others; as well as letters by Burroughs to family, friends, colleagues and readers. The bulk of the correspondence is to and from his wife Ursula and son Julian, but other correspondents include Georgia Avery Kendrick, Clara S. Reed, Minnie and Orlando Rouland, James M. Taylor, Mary W. Whitney, and others. Also included are published and unpublished materials and photographs relating to Burroughs.
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Biographical Note

John Burroughs (1837-1921) is one of most important contributors to the canon of American nature writing and was one of the most well-known essayists of his time. He published widely on a variety of subjects in many popular publications, received numerous awards and honorary degrees and was well known to scholars and laypeople alike. However, his popularity waned after his death and only recently has interest in his work been rekindled. His work is of significance to those studying not just natural history, but also ecology, philosophy, poetry, geography, history and many other areas.

Burroughs was born on a dairy farm in Roxbury, New York, in the heart of the Catskill Mountains. As a child he spent much of his spare time reading and writing. He attended various one-room school houses and, for a short time, attended the Hedding Literary Institute in Ashland, New York as well as the Cooperstown Seminary. He left home at seventeen to become a teacher himself, and took posts at rural schools in New York, New Jersey, and Illinois. Throughout, he continued to hone his skills as a writer. Burroughs' earliest journal dates from 1854 when he was 17, but the first form he explored as a public writer (due in part to his love of the work of Samuel Johnson and Ralph Waldo Emerson) was the essay. "Fragments from the Table of an Intellectual Epicure," appeared in the The New York Saturday Press in 1860. His first significant published piece, "Expression" was accepted by Atlantic Monthly later that same year, but because the Atlantic articles were not signed at that point, many, including the editor, mistook the author for Emerson. Soon his work was being published in some of the most popular magazines of the day. He was not, however, able to depend on his writing as a primary source of income for another 25 years.

Burroughs married Ursula North in 1857 and with her encouragement, made the decision to leave teaching to pursue more lucrative work as a clerk for the U.S. Treasury. The couple moved to Washington, D.C. in 1863. While there Burroughs became acquainted with another new arrival, Walt Whitman. The two became fast friends as well as significant influences on each others' work. Burrough's first book, published in 1867, was a defense of the controversial poet: Notes on Walt Whitman as Poet and Person .

In 1873, Burroughs left Washington to return home to New York as a bank examiner. He built his home "Riverby" on a vineyard in West Park, a small town on the Hudson River only 50 miles from his birthplace. In 1881 he constructed his "Bark Study" just off the main house, a quiet retreat (perhaps away from the watchful eye of Mrs. Burroughs, who disapproved of his writing) where he added to his growing body of essays and full length works (see list below). His work garnered substantial popular and critical acclaim, and by 1885 he was able to give up the bank position and fully devote his time to writing and enjoying his land.

Burroughs also enjoyed spending time with his young son, Julian. The couple adopted the child when he was two months old, but Ursula was unaware that her husband had a biological connection to the boy. The child's parentage was somewhat obscure while Burroughs' lived, but the truth was that Julian was John's son. The details eventually came out and there was some family tension, but both parents adored Julian, and the family maintained a close bond.

In 1895, Burroughs built another retreat, this time a mile away from the Riverby house, where it was becoming increasingly difficult to work because of the steady flow of expected (and some unexpected) guests. Still, some visitors were welcome at his new woodland cabin. Family and local friends made the trip out to "Slabsides," including some of his more prominent acquaintances, such as Theodore Roosevelt and Henry Ford. It was also a favorite field trip for Vassar College people, particularly his young friends in the Wake-Robin Club.

Although John Burroughs spent the greater portion of his life within a small radius in New York State, his contact with the world at large was extensive. His travels took him to England, the West Indies, Bermuda, and Hawaii. In the United States he went north to Alaska, south to Georgia, east to New England, and west to California. In 1899 he cruised with the Harriman Expedition to Alaska along with John Muir and others, and in 1903 he traveled with President Roosevelt to Yellowstone National Park.

In 1901, Burroughs met Dr. Clara Barrus, a psychiatrist and admirer of his work. They became friends and eventually she served as his assistant and traveling companion. She also became close with Mrs. Burroughs. In 1914, Barrus moved into a house at Riverby, and when Ursula's health began to fail, the couple stayed with her. Ursula died in 1917 from cancer. Burroughs remained active and continued to write, but he followed Ursula four years later. He died on a train returning from a winter stay in California. Barrus, who became his literary executor, published his last essays in Under the Maples (1921) and The Last Harvest (1922).

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Chronology

3 Apr 1837 Born in Roxbury, New York
1854 Began teaching
12 Sep 1857 Married Ursula North
1863 Moved to Washington, D.C., where he began work for the U.S. Treasury
1873 Returned to New York State, took work as a bank receiver
1873 Construction began on Riverby
1878 Julian Burroughs born
1881 Bark Study constructed
1885 Left bank position
1895 Slabsides constructed
1899 Traveled to Alaska with the Harriman Expedition
1901 Met Dr. Clara Barrus
1903 Visited Yellowstone with President Roosevelt
6 Mar 1917 Ursula Burroughs died
29 Mar 1921 Died on a train returning from California
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Books by John Burroughs*

1867 Notes on Walt Whitman as Poet and Person
1871 Wake Robin
1875 Winter Sunshine
1875 Squirrels and Other Fur-bearers
1877 Birds and Poets
1879 Locusts and Wild Honey
1881 Pepacton
1885 Fresh Fields
1886 Signs and Seasons
1887 Birds and Bees
1889 Indoor Studies
1894 Riverby
1896 Whitman: A Study
1900 The Light of Day
1902 John James Audobon
1902 Literary Values
1904 Far and Near
1905 Ways of Nature
1906 Bird and Bough
1906 Camping with President Roosevelt
1908 Leaf and Tendril
1912 Time and Change
1913 The Summit of the Years
1915 The Breath of Life
1916 Under the Apple Trees
1919 Field and Study
1920 Accepting the Universe
1921 Under the Maples
1922 The Last Harvest
1922 My Boyhood
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*Portions of this listing reprinted with permission from the 2006 Syracuse University Press edition of Signs and Seasons, edited by Jeff Walker.
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Scope and Content Note

Vassar's John Burroughs collection consists of journals and some correspondence, as well as published and unpublished materials and photographs relating to the naturalist's personal and professional life. The journals are a significant component of the collection. There are 53 handwritten volumes (ca. 3,300 leaves) kept by Burroughs between 13 May 1876, and 4 February 1921. The volumes contain his observations on nature as well as the political, literary, and philosophical commentary, which became the basis for many of his essays. The collection also includes two sets of transcriptions of the journals. The first, annotated and edited by Clara Barrus, covers the journals in the Vassar collection (1876-1921) as well as earlier volumes located in the Berg Collection at the New York Public Library (1854-1876). These transcripts were prepared for the 1928 Barrus publication, The Heart of John Burroughs's Journals. The second transcription was prepared by Elizabeth Burroughs Kelley, granddaughter of John Burroughs and author of several works about him, and includes her handwritten annotations.

Other writings in the collection include manuscript as well has published versions of Burroughs short and full-length works. Much of the manuscript material was annotated in some way by either Clara Barrus or Elizabeth Burroughs Kelley. The same is true for the published versions, and it appears that many items in that series were collected by Elizabeth Burroughs Kelley while doing research on her grandfather.

The correspondence is divided into incoming, outgoing and a miscellaneous series. In both incoming and outgoing, the most frequent correspondents are Burroughs' wife Ursula and his son Julian. Other correspondents include friends, family, neighbors, professional contacts as well as readers of Burroughs' work. Several well-known friends and acquaintances of Burroughs are represented, such as Walt Whitman and Theodore Roosevelt. There are letters to and from artists, such as Timothy Cole, Pietro, and Orlando Rouland, a Burroughs portraitist. There are also several letters showing the connection between Burroughs and members of the Vassar College community, among them: Georgia Avery Kendrick, Clara S. Reed, James Monroe Taylor, and Mary W. Whitney. A series of letters between Fanny Borden, Vassar College Head Librarian, and May Cline, a friend of Burroughs, chronicles the sale of some Burroughs letters to Clara Barrus.

In addition to material created by Burroughs, there is also a variety of materials collected by Kelley and Barrus for their own biographical works on the writer. Series VII and VIII include family and personal documents belonging to Burroughs and the Burroughs family, but also a number of items gathered after Burroughs' death which provide information about his life, his work, the people he knew, and his impact on the world. Included are newspaper clippings, published and unpublished articles, postcards, correspondence and other materials collected as late as 1991.

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Access

The repository has digital copies of the 53 Burroughs journals as well as microfilm of the 53 journals and the Barrus and Kelley transcripts. Unless there are extenuating circumstances, readers will be required to use the one of those surrogates. To aid the reader with his/her research, a personal name index has been prepared of those people noted prominently by John Burroughs in his journals.

The rest of the collection is open for research according to the regulations of the Vassar College Archives and Special Collections Library without any additional restrictions.

Restrictions on Use

Permission to quote (publish) from unpublished or previously published material must be obtained as described in the regulations of the Vassar College Archives and Special Collections Library.

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  • Although Clara Barrus' transcripts are available in this collection, the earliest original Burroughs journals (1854-1876) are at the New York Public Library.
  • John Burroughs Collection, Clifton Waller Barrett Library, University of Virginia
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Subject Headings

Names:

  • Barrus, Clara.
  • Burroughs, Julian, 1897-.
  • Burroughs, Ursula North.
  • Kelley, Elizabeth Burroughs.
  • Kendrick, Georgia Avery, 1848-1922.
  • Muir, John, 1838-1914.
  • Reed, Clara S.
  • Rickert, Edith, 1871-1938.
  • Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.
  • Taylor, James Monroe, 1848-1916.
  • Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892.
  • Whitney, Mary Watson, b. 1847.

Subjects:

  • Authors.
  • Criticism.
  • Diaries.
  • Literature.
  • Natural history.
  • Philosophy.

Places:

  • United States--Politics and government.

Document Types:

  • Photoprints.
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Encoding Information

Encoded by Elizabeth Clarke and Laura Finkel, 2007. Last updated February 2011.

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Preferred Citation

John Burroughs Papers, Archives and Special Collections Library, Vassar College Libraries.

Processing Information

Collection processed June 1997, updated December 2007, April 2009 and February 2011.

Acquisition Information

The bulk of the collection was purchased from Elizabeth Burroughs Kelley in 1982. Other materials were gifts of Elizabeth Burroughs Kelley and others.

Recent acccesions include 4 letters written by Burroughs to Hamilton W. Mabie, editor of Outlook Magazine [M2010-004]; 3 letters to Edward W. Bok, editor of Brooklyn Magazine, and 2 manuscript drafts [M2011-004,005 and 038].

Other Formats

The journals are also available on microfilm located in Special Collections, and electronically via Hudson River Valley Heritage as well as the Vassar College Digital Library.

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Series List

Series I. Writings: Journals and Notebooks (Boxes 1-9, 51, 64)

  • Series I includes Burroughs' original journals (1876-1921) as well as annotated transcripts by Clara Barrus and Elizabeth Burroughs Kelley. There are also original notebooks, and two sketchbook/scrapbooks. Links to digitized versions of the journals are provided in the container list. Note: not all of the journals include a transcription, so a keyword search of the collection will not include hits from all of the volumes.

Series II. Writings: Manuscripts (Boxes 9-11, 51, 64, 65)

  • Series II consists of typed and handwritten drafts, galley proofs and some transcripts of Burroughs writing. The listing is organized alphabetically by title.

Series III. Writings: Published Versions (Boxes 62, 64, 65)

  • This series consists of original and photocopied essays and poems from various journals, magazines and newspapers. Although not a complete collection, the series does include a wide range of materials from a variety of publication types. The material is organized chronologically by date of publication.

Series IV. Correspondence: Outgoing (Boxes 11-21, 46, 49, 50)

  • The bulk of Burroughs' outgoing correspondence is to family members, particularly Julian and Ursula Burroughs. There is also a small collection of letters to others, listed at the end of the series in alphabetical order.

Series V. Correspondence: Incoming (Boxes 21-47 49, 50, 54, 55, 64)

  • The incoming correspondence is divided into four sections: family, Clara Barrus, non-family organized alphabetically by name, and non-family organized by category.
  • There are a number of Julian Burroughs letters in the family section, but there are also letters from Ursula Burroughs, his father Chauncey Burroughs, his brother Hiram, his sister Eden and others.
  • The Clara Barrus section includes hundred of letters and postcards dating from 1904-1920 as well as a number of typescripts of letters from 1901-1903.
  • Correspondents in the alphabetical non-family section include a large number of friends, neighbors, and professional contacts. Of particular note are the letters from Poultney Bigelow, Clifton Johnson, Ludella Peck, Theodore Roosevelt, and the letter from Walt Whitman.
  • The non-family section is organized by category and seems to have been arranged by Elizabeth Burroughs Kelley. It is possible, however, that they were arranged earlier by Clara Barrus and/or Burroughs himself. The categories are sometimes broad, sometimes specific, and frequently overlap.

Series VI.Correspondence: Miscellaneous (Boxes 47-50, 53, 55)

  • The Miscellaneous Correspondence includes letters to Ursula Burroughs, between Ursula and Julian Burroughs, and to and from others.

Series VII. Biography and Family (Boxes 50-52, 55-57, 63-65 and map case)

  • The Biography and Family Series includes writings about Burroughs, honors, obituaries, images and artworks depicting Burroughs, items relating to his trips, business and financial documents, and other materials regarding to John Burroughs and his family.

Series VIII. Research Materials and Library (Boxes 50-53, 55, 56, 61, 62, 64, 65)

  • The "material by and about others" in this series was collected and arranged largely by Elizabeth Burroughs Kelley. The rest of the series consists of photocopies of title pages of books from Burroughs' library, many of which are now housed in Vassar's Archives and Special Collections Library.

Series IX. Photographs (Boxes 58-60, 63, 64)

  • The Photographs series consists of formal portraits as well as candids of Burroughs, his family and friends; images of his homes; photos documenting Burroughs' connection to Vassar College; schools he attended or taught at; as well as a number of miscellaneous images.
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Container List

SERIES I. WRITINGS: JOURNALS AND NOTEBOOKS

Original Notebooks and Journals
Edited Transcript of the Journals by Dr. Clara Barrus
  • 5.1 - Explanatory note and preliminary leaves of the manuscript; Entries for 1854-1859, pp. i-xiv, 1-40 (TS, 54 p.)
  • 5.2 - Entries for 1859, pp. 41-74 (TS, 36 p.)
  • 5.3 - Entries for 1859-1868, pp. 75-128 (TS, 55 p.)
  • 5.4 - Entries for 1865-1866, pp. 129-172a (TS, 49 p.)
  • 5.5 - Entries for 1866-1875, pp. 173-208 [pp. 173-180 are also marked 159A-159I] (TS, 43 p.)
  • 5.6 - Entries for 28 Jan 1876 - 23 Dec 1878, pp. 209-252 (TS, 46 p.)
  • 5.7 - Entries for 10 Jan 1879 - 26 Apr 1882, pp. 253-295 (TS, 43 p.)
  • 5.8 - Entries for 28 Apr 28, 1882 - 25 Aug 1883, pp. 296-342 (TS, 51 p.)
  • 5.9 - Entries for 30 Aug 1883 - 20 Aug 1884, pp. 343-387 (TS, 46 p.)
  • 5.10 - Entries for 1 Sep 1884 - 14 Jan 1886, pp. 388-434 (TS, 49 p.)
  • 6.1 - Entries for 15 Jan 1886 - 31 Oct 1887, pp. 435-480 (TS, 49 p.)
  • 6.2 - Entries for 1 Nov 1887 - 2 Apr 1890, pp. 481-531 (TS, 51 p.)
  • 6.3 - Entries for 3 Apr 1890 - 27 May 1892, pp. 531a-580 (TS, 51 p.)
  • 6.4 - Entries for 30 May 1892 - 19 Mar 1895, pp. 581-631 (TS, 52 p.)
  • 6.5 - Entries for 21 Mar 1895 - 22 Mar 1898, pp. 632-684 (TS, 53 p.)
  • 6.6 - Entries for 25 Mar 1898 - 31 Dec 1900, pp. 685-735 (TS, 53 p.)
  • 6.7 - Entries for 1 Jan 1901 - 27 June 1904, pp. 736-785 (TS, 51 p.)
  • 6.8 - Entries for 28 June 1904 - 18 Dec 1908, pp. 786-837 (TS, 52 p.)
  • 6.9 - Entries for 19 Dec 1908 - 23 June 1911, pp. 838-884 (TS, 50 p.)
  • 6.10 - Entries for 24 June 1911 - 23 May 1914, pp. 885-937 (TS, 50 p.)
  • 7.1 - Entries for 24 May 1914 - 19 Dec 1916, pp. 938-986 (TS, 50 p.)
  • 7.2 - Entries for 22 Dec 1916 - 4 Oct 1918, pp. 987-1033 (TS, 50 p.)
  • 7.3 - Entries for 9 Oct 1918 - 20 Mar 1920, pp. 1034-1077 (TS, 51 p.)
  • 7.4 - Entries for 22 Mar 1920 - 4 Feb 1921, pp. 1078-1102 (TS, 32 p.)
Transcript of the Journals, with Annotations by Elizabeth Burroughs Kelley
  • 7.5 - Entries for 28 Jan 1876 - 10 Mar 1879, pp. 209-255 (TS, 48 p.)
  • 7.6 - Entries for 11 Mar 1879 - 8 Oct 1882, pp. 256-309 (TS, 54 p.)
  • 7.7 - Entries for 13 Oct 1882 - 13 Mar 1884, pp. 310-367 (TS, 58 p.)
  • 7.8 - Entries for 16 Mar 1884 - 13 Apr 1885, pp. 368-416 (TS, 50 p.)
  • 7.9 - Entries for 14 Apr 1885 - 1 May 1887, pp. 417-468 (TS, 52 p.)
  • 7.10 - Entries for 2 May 1887 - 10 July 1889, pp. 469-517 (TS, 50 p.)
  • 8.1 - Entries for 12 July 1889 - 4 Nov 1891, pp. 518-566 (TS, 50 p.)
  • 8.2 - Entries for 6 Nov 1891 - 31 May 1894, pp. 567-616 (TS, 51 p.)
  • 8.3 - Entries for 1 June 1894 - 14 Apr 1897, pp. 617-667 (TS, 51 p.)
  • 8.4 - Entries for 15 Apr 1897 - 31 Dec 1899, pp. 668-720 (TS, 54 p.)
  • 8.5 - Entries for 1 Jan 1900 - 31 Dec 1902, pp. 721-769 (TS, 50 p.)
  • 8.6 - Entries for 1 Jan 1903 - 2 Apr 1907, pp. 770-815 (TS, 46 p.)
  • 8.7 - Entries for 3 Apr 1907 - 31 May 1910, pp. 816-865 (TS, 50 p.)
  • 8.8 - Entries for 1 June 1910 - 31 Dec 1912, pp. 866-915 (TS, 50 p.)
  • 9.1 - Entries for 1 Jan 1913 - 6 Jan 1916, pp. 916-961 (TS, 47 p.)
  • 9.2 - Entries for 7 Jan 1916 - 4 Sep 1917, pp. 962-1013 (TS, 52 p.)
  • 9.3 - Entries for 6 Sep 1917 - 2 July 1919, pp. 1014-1060 (TS, 52 p.)
  • 9.4 - Entries for 3 July 1919 - 4 Feb 1921, pp. 1061-1102 (TS, 54 p.)
Sketchbooks/Scrapbooks
  • 64.1 - Notebook of pencil sketches and clippings kept while traveling in New Jersey, with photocopied annotation by E.B.K., ca. 1859
  • 64.2 - Notebook of pencil sketches and clippings from Saturday Press, of some of first articles J.B. wrote, but published under pen name, ca. 1858

SERIES II. WRITINGS: MANUSCRIPTS

  • 64.16 - Afoot and Afloat — "John Burroughs: A Biography," 1907 (galley proof)
  • 64.16 - Afoot and Afloat — "A Summer Boating Trip," 1907 (galley proof, incomplete)
  • 64.16 - Afoot and Afloat — "A Tramp in the Catskills," 1907 (galley proof, incomplete)
  • 9.5 - "The Art of Home-making," n.d. (AMsS, 9 p.)
  • 9.5 - "The Art of Home-making" — note from Clara Barrus n.d. (ANS, 1 p.)
  • 63.75 - "Bird Life in an Old Apple Tree," n.d. (AMsS, 12 p.)
  • 9.6 - Breath of Life — fragments not used in finished article known as "The Life Within Us," n.d. (AMs, 22 p. )
  • 65.4 - "Camping with President Roosevelt," Atlantic Monthly, May 1906 (galley proof)
  • 63.76 - "A Clever Beastie," Youth's Companion , [1917] (TsS, 10 p., with 2 accompanying letters, an AMs frag, and a receipt for the poem, "Hepatica" )
  • 65.8 - "A Critical Glance into Thoreau," Atlantic Monthly, June 1919 (galley proof)
  • - "Eye-Beams," Riverby, 1894 — See "Field Notes," Century, June 1894
  • 64.17 - "Field Notes," Century, June 1894 (galley proof)
  • 65.7 - "A Glance into Emerson's Journals," Art World, Nov 1917 (galley proof)
  • 64.18 - "In the Heart of the Southern Catskills," Century, Aug 1888 (galley proof)
  • 63.80 - "In the Noon of Science," The Atlantic, Sep 1912 (ms fragment)
  • 65.6 - "The Journeying Atoms," Yale Review, Apr 1915 (galley proof)
  • 9.7 - The Light of Day — "Science and Theology," 1900 (AMsS, 94 p. )
  • 9.7 - The Light of Day — Wrapper for above, labeled "From the Naturalists Point of View: Religious Discussions and Criticisms," 1900 (AMsS , 1 lf.)
  • 9.8 - The Light of Day — "Science and Theology Again," n.d. (AMs, fragment, 31 p. )
  • 9.9 - The Light of Day — Sections IV and V, n.d. (Ms, fragment, 10 p. )
  • 9.10 - The Light of Day — "The Old Insoluable [sic] Problem," n.d. (AMs, fragment, 26 p. )
  • 9.11 - The Light of Day — "The Fallacy of Professor Drummond's Natural Law in the Spiritual World," n.d. (AMs, 10 p. )
  • 9.12 - The Light of Day — "Religious Discussions," n.d. (AMs, 10 p. )
  • 64.19 - "Literary Values," Century, Apr 1902 (galley proof, set 1)
  • 64.20 - "Literary Values," Century, Apr 1902 (galley proof, set 2)
  • 65.2 - Literary Values — "Recent Phases of Literary Criticism," 1902 (galley proof, incomplete, 1 p.)
  • 65.2 - Literary Values — "Nature in Literature," 1902 (galley proof, incomplete, 3 p.)
  • 9.13 - "Gay Plumes and Dull," Leaf and Tendril, ca. 18 Jan 1908 (galley proof)
  • 9.14 - "How They Did It," n.d. (AMs, fragment, 12 p. )
  • 9.15 - "A Lost February," n.d. (TMs, 27 p. )
  • 10.1 - "Love and War Among the Blue Birds," 16 Apr [n.y.] (AMsS, 14 p.)
  • 10.1 - "Love and War Among the Blue Birds" — note to Clara Barrus, n.d. (ANS , 1 p.)
  • 10.2 - "A Malformed Giant," n.d. (AMs, fragment, 13 p.)
  • 10.2 - "A Malformed Giant" — note from Clara Barrus, n.d. (ANS , 1 p.)
  • 65.9 - "Midsummer Idyl," Harper's, Aug 1920 (galley proof, 2 copies)
  • 10.3 - "Mr. Roberts' Red Fox," n.d. (AMsS, 20 p. )
  • 10.3 - "Mr. Horneday's Wolverine," n.d. (AMsS, 10 p. )
  • 10.3 - Note to "Mr. Whitney" regarding "Mr. Horneday's Wolverine" and "Mr. Roberts' Red Red Fox," Jan 31, [n.y.] (ALS, 1 p. )
  • 10.4 - Untitled Ms that begins "The most wonderful thing about the dog is..." n.d. (photocopy, 5 p. )
  • 10.4 - Untitled Ms that begins "The most wonderful thing about the dog is..." — transcript by EBK, n.d. (AMs, 4 p. )
  • 10.5 - My Boyhood — note from EBK n.d. (photocopy, 1 p. )
  • 10.5 - My Boyhood — folder 1 of 4, n.d. (AMs, 33 p. )
  • 10.6 - My Boyhood — folder 2 of 4, n.d. (AMs, 53 p. )
  • 10.7 - My Boyhood — folder 3 of 4, n.d. (AMs, 47 p. )
  • 10.8 - My Boyhood — folder 4 of 4, n.d. (AMs, 38 p. )
  • 51.5 - My Boyhood? — partial transcript typed by Julian Burroughs, folder 1 of 2
  • 51.6 - My Boyhood? — partial transcript typed by Julian Burroughs, folder 2 of 2
  • 65.5 - "New Gleanings in Old Fields," Far and Near, 1904 (galley proof, incomplete, includes 2 pages of written notes)
  • 10.9 - "Notes on the Philosophy of the Hard Times", n.d. (AMsS, 42 p. )
  • 10.9 - "Notes on the Philosophy of the Hard Times" — note from Clara Barrus, n.d. (AMs, 1 p.)
  • 10.10 - "Plea for a Simple Life," n.d. (AMs, fragment, 17 p. )
  • 65.3 - "Real and Sham Natural History," Atlantic Monthly, March 1903 (galley proof, 2 copies)
  • 65.10 - "A Sheaf of Nature Notes," The North American Review, Sep 1920 (galley proof)
  • 10.11 - "Stories and Orbs," n.d. (TMs, fragment, 19 p. )
  • 10.12 - "Strawberries," n.d. (AMss)
  • 10.13 - "Theory and Practice," ca. 1858-1862 (AMs, fragment, 1 p. )
  • 10.13 - "Theory and Practice" — note from Clara Barrus, n.d. (ANS, 1 p. )
  • 10.14 - "The Victor Hugo Question," n.d. (AMsS, 34 p. )
  • 10.14 - "The Victor Hugo Question" — note from Clara Barrus, n.d. (ANS, 1 p. )
  • Box 64 - "Waiting," 5 June 1905 (AMsS, framed with photograph of Burroughs)
  • 10.15 - "Waiting," 31 Mar 1908 (Holograph MS, in ink, on cardboard signed and dated. Orig. ca. 14"x9", broken into two pieces)
  • 10.16 - JB's introduction to Wasps, Social and Solitary, by George and Elizabeth Peckham, 1905 (AMs, 29 p. [AN, 1 p.] )
  • 10.16 - Note to JB from Houghton Mifflin regarding his introduction to Wasps, Social and Solitary, 30 Jan 1905 (TLS, 1 p.] )
  • 10.16 - Sketch of a fireplace and chimney by JB, 1 June 1917
  • 10.17 - J.B.'s notes on trip to Yellowstone with Theodore Roosevelt, n.d. (AMs, encapsulated, 11 p. )
  • 10.17 - J.B.'s notes on Yellowstone trip — Transcription by Elizabeth Burroughs Kelley, n.d. (photocopy, 6 p. )
  • 10.17 - J.B.'s notes on Yellowstone trip — Transcription by Farida Wiley, n.d. (AMs, encapsulated, 9 p. )
  • 10.17 - J.B.'s notes on Yellowstone trip — Note on Farida Wiley's transcription by E.B.K., n.d. (photocopy, 1 p. )
  • 10.18 - Criticism of Benjamin Kidd's book, Social Evolution, [ca. 1895] (AMs, 29 p. )
  • 10.18 - Criticism of Benjamin Kidd's book, Social Evolution — note from Clara Barrus, n.d. (AN 1 p.)
  • 10.19 - Fragments of very early manuscripts, [ca. 1850] (AMs, 47 leaves)
  • 10.19 - Fragments of very early manuscripts — note from Clara Barrus n.d. (Photocopy, 1 p.)
  • 11.1 - Untitled work on art written on Treasury stationary — fragment ca. 1863-1872 (AMs, 9 p.)
  • 11.1 - Untitled work on art written on Treasury stationary — note from Clara Barrus, n.d. AN, 1 p.
  • 11.2 - Untitled talk given before a women's club in Massachusetts, [ca. 1895] (AMs, 11 p.)
  • 11.2 - Untitled talk given before women's club — note from Clara Barrus, n.d. AN, 1 p.
  • 11.3 - Manuscript written by J.B. after learning of his wife's death, [9 May 1917] (AMs, 6 p.)
  • 11.3 - Manuscript written by J.B. after learning of his wife's death — note from Clara Barrus, [9 May 1917] (AN 1 p.)
  • 11.4 - Untitled article on economics — fragment, n.d. (AMs, 15 p.)
  • 11.4 - Untitled article on economics — note from Clara Barrus, n.d. (AN, 1 p.)
  • 11.5 - Fragments of miscellaneous manuscripts, n.d. (AMs, 14 p. )
  • 51.7 - Fragments

SERIES III. WRITINGS: PUBLISHED VERSIONS

  • 63.64 - "Expression," Atlantic Monthly, Nov 1860
  • 62.1 - "With the Birds," Atlantic Monthly, May 1865 (photocopy)
  • 62.2 - "Walt Whitman and his 'Drum Taps,'" Galaxy, 1 Dec 1866 (photocopy)
  • 62.3 - "Speckled Trout," Atlantic Monthly, (photocopy)
  • 62.4 - "Eating Gravel," 18 May 1872 (photocopy)
  • 62.5 - "From London to New York,"Galaxy, Feb 1873 (photocopy)
  • 62.6 - "J.T. Trowbridge,"Scribner's, Nov 1874 (photocopy)
  • 62.7 - "House-Building,"Scribner's, Jan 1876 (photocopy with EBK annot.)
  • 62.8 - "A Word or Two on Emerson,"Galaxy, Feb 1876 (photocopy)
  • 62.9 - "What Makes the Poet,"Galaxy, July 1876 (photocopy and annotated fragment)
  • 62.10 - "A London Adventure,"Scribner's, May 1877 (photocopy)
  • 62.11 - "Off for Boyland," 25 Dec 1879 (newsclipping - by Burroughs?)
  • 62.12 - "Henry D. Thoreau,"Century, July 1882 (photocopy)
  • 62.13 - "Carlyle,"Century, Aug 1883 (photocopy)
  • 62.14 - "Nature in England,"Century, Nov 1883 (photocopy)
  • 62.15 - "Birds' Eggs,"Century, June 1886 (photocopy)
  • 62.16 - "Lovers of Nature,"The Chautauquan, May 1889 (with JB's editorial notes)
  • 64.12 - "Fruit-Loving Birds,"The Independent, 14 Feb 1891
  • 64.13 - "Short Discussions and Criticisms,"The Open Court, 19 Mar 1891
  • 64.13 - "The Beneficial Aspect of Certain Errors,"The Open Court, 10 Sep 1891
  • 64.13 - "Points of View,"The Open Court, 24 Dec 1891
  • 64.13 - "Religious Truth,"The Open Court, 21 July 1892
  • 62.17 - "A Young Marsh Hawk,"St. Nicholas, Nov 1892
  • 62.18 - Introduction to Gilbert White's Natural History of Selburne, 1895
  • 62.19 - "A Bird's Free Lunch,", 1895
  • 62.20 - "The Porcupine,"St. Nicholas, May 1896
  • 64.13 - "Style and 'the Stylist'"The Critic, Dec 1898
  • 62.21 - "In Warbler Time,"Bird Lore, Feb 1899 (photocopy and reprint)
  • 62.22 - "Glimpses of Wild Life About My Cabin,"Century, Aug 1899
  • 62.23 - "Criticism and the Many,"Atlantic Montly, Sep 1899 (photocopy)
  • 62.24 - "A Bird Talk,"St. Nicholas, Nov 1899
  • 62.25 - "The Golden-Crown Sparrow of Alaska,"Century, Nov 1899 (photocopy)
  • 62.26 - "Summer Holidays in Alaskan Waters,"Century, Aug 1900
  • 62.27 - "A Bewildered Phoebe,"Bird Lore, June 1901
  • 62.28 - "Outdoor Poems,"Atlantic Monthly, July 1901 (photocopy)
  • 62.29 - "August Days,"Harper's Monthly, Aug 1901
  • 62.30 - "Babes in the Woods,"Harper's Monthly, Oct 1901
  • 62.31 - " A Spray of Arbutus,"Outlook, 3 May 1902
  • 62.32 - "Literary Values,"Century, Apr 1902 (2 copies)
  • 62.33 - "Real and Sham Natural History,"Atlantic Monthly, March 1903 (2 copies)
  • 62.34 - "Early Spring Gladness,"Century, March 1903 (photocopy)
  • 62.35 - Animal Individuality,"The Independent, 14 Jan 1904
  • 62.36 - "Do Animals Think?,"Harper's, Feb 1905 (photocopy)
  • 62.37 - "Are Animals Sympathetic?,"Outing, May 1905 (photocopy)
  • 64.14 - "In May,"Country Calendar, May 1905
  • 62.38 - "Gay Plumes and Dull,"Atlantic Monthly, June 1905 (fragment)
  • 62.39 - "Camping with President Roosevelt,"Atlantic Monthly, May 1906
  • 62.40 - "Currupting the Innocents,"The Independent, 19 Dec 1906
  • 62.41 - "Fake Natural History,"Outing, Feb 1907
  • 62.42 - "Imagination in Natural History,"Outlook, 29 June 1907
  • 62.43 - "President Roosevelt as a Nature Lover and Observer,"Outlook, 13 July 1907
  • 62.44 - "Nature and Animal Life,"Atlantic Monthly, Aug 1907
  • 62.45 - "The Reasonaable but Unreasoning Animal,"Outlook, 14 Dec 1907
  • 62.46 - "Mother Earth,"Putnam's Magazine, Mar 1908
  • 56.14 - "Der Apfel" (The Apple), Montagsblatt, 12 Oct 1908 (includes letter from the editor)
  • 62.47 - "The Divine Soil,"Atlantic Monthly, Apr 1908
  • 62.48 - "Holidays in Hawaii,"Century, Sep 1912
  • 62.49 - "Breath of Life,"Atlantic Monthly, Apr 1913 (photocopy)
  • 62.50 - "The Friendly Rocks,"Harper's, Nov 1913 (photocopy)
  • 62.51 - "Life as the Scientist Sees It,"Yale Review, Oct 1914 (photocopy)
  • 62.52 - "Life and Mind,"North American Review, Oct 1914
  • 64.14 - "Dame Nature and her Children"The Companion, 18 Mar 1915
  • 62.53 - "A Bit of Natural History,"Harper's Monthly, Feb 1916
  • 62.54 - "Life the Traveler,"North American Review, Mar 1916
  • 62.55 - "The Master Instinct,"Harper's Monthly, Mar 1916 (photocopy)
  • 62.56 - "The Still Small Voice,"Atlantic Monthly, Mar 1916
  • 64.14 - "Natura in Minimus Existat,"The Art World, Jan 1917
  • 62.57 - "Stories from Burroughs," adapted by Clara Barrus, Schoolmate, Sep 1917 (photocopy)
  • 62.58 - "Can Peace Make Us Forget,"New York Tribune, 14 Dec 1917
  • 62.59 - "The Singing Birds,"Harper's Monthly, May 1918
  • 65.11 - "A Clever Beastie," The Companion , 19 Sep 1918
  • 62.60 - "Shall We Accept the Universe?,"North American Review, Jan 1919 (2 copies)
  • 62.61 - "Theodore Roosevelt,"Natural History, Jan 1919 (photocopy)
  • 62.62 - "The Faith of a Naturalist,"North American Review, Nov 1919
  • 62.63 - "Length of Days,"Forecast, Sep 1919
  • 64.15 - "Length of Days,"Dearborn Independent, 26 June 1920
  • 62.64 - "The Unapproachable Rainbow,"Atlantic Monthly, July 1920 (photocopy)
  • 62.65 - "Unapproachable Rainbow,"Atlantic Monthly, July 1920 (EBK transcript)
  • 62.66 - "A Midsummer Idyl,"Harper's, Aug 1920 (photocopy)
  • 62.67 - "What Makes a Poem,"Bookman, Oct 1920
  • 62.68 - "Bald Heads and Headgear,"Dearborn Independent, 8 Jan 1921
  • 62.69 - "The Reds of American Literature,"Current Opinion, Apr 1921
  • 62.70 - "With Roosevelt at Pine Knot,"Outlook, 25 May 1921 (2 copies)
  • 64.14 - "My Life on the Farm,"Country Life, May 1921
  • 62.71 - "New Gleanings in Field and Wood,"Harper's Monthly, Aug 1921
  • 62.72 - "The Falling Leaves,"Outlook, 2 Nov 1921
  • 62.73 - "My Boyhood, Part II,"Harper's, Feb 1922 (photocopy)
  • 62.74 - "Bird Life in Winter," n.d.
  • 62.75 - "Finding Two Bird's Nest," n.d.
  • 62.76 - "Hasty Observation," n.d.
  • 62.77 - "Notes of a Naturalist," n.d.
  • 62.78 - "The Robin," n.d.
  • 62.79 - "Thou Shall Not Preach," n.d.
  • 62.80 - "Waiting" [poem], n.d.
  • 62.81 - Fragments
  • 62.82 - "Exploring the Delaware" — EBK transcript (?), n.d.
  • 62.83 - "Bird Neighbors at Slabsides" — EBK transcript (?), n.d.
  • 62.84 - "Slide Mountain" — EBK transcript (?), n.d.
  • 62.85 - "A Barn-Door Outlook" — EBK transcript (?), n.d.
  • 62.86 - "The Art of Seeing Things" — EBK transcript (?), n.d.
  • 62.87 - "The Wit of a Duck" — EBK transcript (?), n.d.
  • 62.88 - "The Pleasures of Naturalist" — EBK transcript (?), n.d.
  • 62.89 - "Nature with Closed Doors" — EBK transcript (?), n.d.
  • 62.90 - "The Old Ice-Flood" — EBK transcript (?), n.d.
  • 62.91 - "Memories of a Pre-Civil War Farm" — EBK transcript (?), n.d.
  • 62.92 - Atlantic Monthly — Full Issue, Feb 1859
  • 62.93 - Atlantic Monthly — Full Issue, with JB's annot. Apr 1862
  • 62.94 - Atlantic Monthly — Full Issue, with JB's annot. Jan 1863
  • 62.95 - Atlantic Monthly — Full Issue, with JB's annot. Apr 1863
  • 62.96 - Atlantic Monthly — Full Issue, Sep 1864
  • 65.11 - Miscellaneous newpaper articles on war, 1914-1915, 1920
  • 62.97 - Lists of essay titles
  • 62.98 - Covers and title pages of published poems and articles (photocopies)

SERIES IV. CORRESPONDENCE: OUTGOING

To Elizabeth Burroughs [daughter of Julian, Elizabeth Burroughs Kelley]
  • 11.6 - Nov 1919 (1 ltr. )
To Emily Burroughs [wife of Julian]
  • 11.7 - 25 June 1911 (1 ltr. )
  • 11.8 - 23 Aug 1912 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
To Julian Burroughs
  • 11.9 - 1891-1896 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 11.10 - June-July 1897 (2 ltrs., 3 anno., 1 postcard)
  • 11.11 - 30 Sep 1897 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 11.12 - 16 Oct 1897 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 11.13 - 27 Oct - 11 Nov 1897 (1 ltr., 2 postcards, 2 anno. )
  • 11.14 - 7 Nov 1897 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 11.15 - 17 Nov 1897 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 11.16 - 29 Nov - 5 Dec. 1897 (1 ltr., transcript, 2 postcards, 2 anno. )
  • 11.17 - 10-17 Dec. 1897, 19 Jan 1898 (1 ltr., 3 postcards 2 anno. )
  • 11.18 - Jan 1898 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 11.19 - Feb 16 Mar 1898 (2 ltrs., 2 postcards, 3 anno. )
  • 11.20 - 2 Mar 1898 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 11.21 - 4 Mar 1898 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 11.22 - 8-26 Mar 1898 (12 ltrs., 2 postcards, 4 anno. )
  • 11.23 - Apr 1898 (1 ltr., 1 postcard, 2 anno. )
  • 11.24 - 2-11 May 1898 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. 1 enc. )
  • 11.25 - 17-28 May 1898 (3 ltrs., 1 postcard 4 anno. )
  • 11.26 - June 1898 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 12.1 - Sep 1998 (1 postcard, 1 ltr., 2 anno. )
  • 12.2 - Oct 1898 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 12.3 - Nov 1898 11 Jan 1899 (2 ltrs., 2 postcards, 3 anno. )
  • 12.4 - Jan 1899 (1 ltr., 2 postcards, 2 anno. )
  • 12.5 - Feb 1899 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 12.6 - Mar 1899 (2 postcards, 3 ltrs. 4 anno. )
  • 12.7 - Apr 1899 (3 ltrs., 3 postcards, 5 anno. )
  • 12.8 - 3-17 May 1899 (1 ltr., 2 postcards, 3 anno. )
  • 12.9 - 20-31 May 1899 (1 ltr., 3 postcards, 4 anno., 1 encl. )
  • 12.10 - June 1899 (3 ltrs., 1 postcard, 4 anno. )
  • 12.11 - July 1899 (2 ltrs., 1 photocopy, 2 anno. )
  • 12.12 - 5 Oct 1899 (1 ltr. w/ photocopy, transcript, anno. )
  • 12.13 - 11 Oct 1899 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 12.14 - Nov-Dec. 1899 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 12.15 - 9 Jan 1900 (1 ltr. w/ transcript, anno. )
  • 12.16 - 20 Jan 1900 (1 ltr., 1 encl., 1 anno. )
  • 12.17 - Feb 1900 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 12.18 - Mar 1900 (2 ltrs., 2 postcards, 3 anno. )
  • 12.19 - Apr 1900 (1 postcard, 2 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 12.20 - May 1900 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 12.21 - June 1900 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 13.1 - Aug 1900 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 13.2 - Oct 1900 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 13.3 - Nov 1900- Jan 1901 (1 postcard, 2 ltrs., 1 encl., 3 anno. )
  • 13.4 - 14-20 Feb 1901 (1 postcard, 2 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 13.5 - 26-28 Feb 1901 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 13.6 - Mar 1901 (2 ltrs, 2 anno. )
  • 13.7 - Apr 1901 (3 ltrs., 2 postcards, 3 anno. )
  • 13.8 - May 1901 (2 ltrs., 1 postcard, 1 anno. )
  • 13.9 - June 1901 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 13.10 - Sep 1901 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 13.11 - Oct 1901 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 13.12 - Jan 1902 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 13.13 - July-Oct 1902 (2 ltrs, 1 postcard, 3 anno. )
  • 13.14 - Jan-Feb 1903 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 13.15 - 1-6 Apr 1903 (2 ltrs., 1 postcard, 3 anno. )
  • 13.16 - 11-22 Apr 1903 (2 ltrs., 1 postcard, 3 anno. )
  • 13.17 - May-July 1903 (3 ltrs., 3 anno., 1 encl. )
  • 13.18 - Sep-Dec. 1903 (3 ltrs., 1 encl., 3 anno. )
  • 13.19 - 1904 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 13.20 - 1905 (3 ltrs., 1 encl., 2 anno. )
  • 13.21 - Feb 1906 (3 ltrs., 1 postcard, 4 anno. )
  • 13.22 - July-Aug 1906 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 13.23 - Jan 1907 (1 ltr., 1 photocopy, 1 anno. )
  • 14.1 - Feb 1907 (3 ltrs., 1 photocopy, 3 anno. )
  • 14.2 - Mar 1907 (4 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 14.3 - May-Dec. 1907 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 14.4 - 6 Feb 1908 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 14.5 - 11 Feb 1908 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 14.6 - 18 Feb 1908 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 14.7 - 21 Feb 1908 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 14.8 - 1-14 Mar 1908 (3 ltrs., 1 postcard, 4 anno. )
  • 14.9 - 25 Mar 1908 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 14.10 - 26 Mar 1908 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 14.11 - May-July 1908 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 14.12 - Aug-Sep 1908 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 14.13 - Feb 1909 (1 ltr., 1 postcard, 2 anno. )
  • 14.14 - 3-11 Mar 1909 (3 postcard, 1 ltr., 3 anno. )
  • 14.15 - 12-24 Mar1909 (2 ltrs, 1 postcard, 4 anno. )
  • 14.16 - Apr 1909 (2 postcards, 1 ltr., 1 photocopy, 4 anno. )
  • 14.17 - May 1909 (2 ltrs., 1 postcard, 3 anno. )
  • 14.18 - June 1909 (1 ltr., 3 encl., 2 anno. )
  • 14.19 - Sep 1909 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 14.20 - Jan 1910 (1 postcard, 1 anno. )
  • 14.21 - July 1910 (4 ltrs., 1 postcard, 5 anno. )
  • 14.22 - Aug 1910 (4 ltrs., 1 postcard, 5 anno. )
  • 14.23 - Sep 1910 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 14.24 - Oct 1910 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 14.25 - 16 Dec. 1910 (1 ltrs., transcript, anno. )
  • 15.1 - 17 Dec. 1910 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 15.2 - 2 Jan 1911 (1 ltr., transcript, anno., encl. )
  • 15.3 - 6-9 Jan 1911 (1 ltr., 3 postcards, 3 anno. )
  • 15.4 - 11-20 Jan 1911 (2 ltrs., 1 postcard, 3 anno. )
  • 15.5 - Feb 1911 (1 ltr., 1 postcard, 2 anno. )
  • 15.6 - 5-10 Mar1911 (2 ltrs., 2 postcards, 3 anno. )
  • 15.7 - 15-24 Mar 1911 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 15.8 - May 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 15.9 - 17 June 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 15.10 - 27 June 1911 (1 postcard, transcript, anno. )
  • 15.11 - 28 June 1911 (1 ltr., transcript, anno)
  • 15.12 - 30 June 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 15.13 - July-Aug 1911 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 15.14 - 26 Aug 1911 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 15.15 - 20 Sep 1911 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 15.16 - 23 Sep 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 15.17 - 6 Oct 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 15.18 - 11 Oct 1911 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 15.19 - 21 Oct 1911 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 15.20 - 26 Oct 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 15.21 - Jan 1912 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 15.22 - 7 Feb 1912 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 15.23 - 14 Feb 1912 (1 postcard, transcript, anno. )
  • 15.24 - 27 Feb 1912 (1 fragment, transcript, anno. photocopy)
  • 15.25 - 12-14 Mar 1912 (1 ltr., 1 postcard, 2 anno. )
  • 15.26 - 19 Mar 1912 (1 postcard, transcript, photocopy anno. )
  • 15.27 - 26 Mar 1912 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 15.28 - 28 Mar 1912 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 15.29 - 4 Apr 1912 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 15.30 - 1 July 1912 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 15.31 - 11 July 1912 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 15.32 - 21 July 1912 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 15.33 - 6 Sep 1912 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 15.34 - 14 Sep 1912 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 16.1 - 29 Sep 1912 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 16.2 - 15 Oct 1912 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 16.3 - 12 Nov 1912 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 16.4 - 15 Dec 1912 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 16.5 - 16 May 1913 (1 ltr., 2 transcripts, 2 anno. )
  • 16.6 - 19 May 1913 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 16.7 - 22 July 1913 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 16.8 - 5 Aug 1913 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 16.9 - 7 Aug 1913 (1 postcard, transcript, anno. )
  • 16.10 - 22 Aug 1913 (1 transcript, anno. )
  • 16.11 - 23 Aug 1913 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 16.12 - 10 Sep 1913 (1 ltr., transcript, anno., 1 encl. )
  • 16.13 - 13 Sep 1913 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 16.14 - 13-22 Jan 1914 (1 ltr., 2 postcards, 3 anno. )
  • 16.15 - 27 Jan 1914 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 16.16 - Feb 1914 (2 ltrs., 2 postcards, 4 anno., 1 encl. )
  • 16.17 - Mar-Apr 1914 (1 ltr., 1 postcard, 2 anno. )
  • 16.18 - July 1914 (2 ltrs., 2 anno., 1 encl. )
  • 16.19 - Aug 1914 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 16.20 - Sep 1914 (3 ltrs., 1 postcard, 4 anno. )
  • 16.21 - 8 Dec 1914 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 16.22 - 14 Dec 1914 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 16.23 - 25 Dec 1914 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 16.24 - Jan-Mar 1915 (3 ltrs., 2 postcards, 4 anno. )
  • 16.25 - Aug 1915 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 16.26 - Sep 1915 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 16.27 - 24 Dec 1915 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 16.28 - 31 Dec 1915 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 16.29 - Feb 1916 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 16.30 - 4 Mar 1916 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 17.1 - 23 July 1916 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 17.2 - 11 Aug 1916 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 17.3 - 6 Oct 1916 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 17.4 - 21 Feb 1917 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 17.5 - 2 Mar 1917 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 17.6 - 8 Mar 1917 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 17.7 - 14 July 1917 (1 ltr., photocopy, transcript)
  • 17.8 - 21 July 1917 (1 photocopy, transcript, anno. )
  • 17.9 - 28 July 1917 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 17.10 - 5 Aug 1917 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 17.11 - 17 Aug 1917 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 17.12 - 6 Sep 1917 (1 ltr., transcript, anno. )
  • 17.13 - 13 Sep 1917 (1 ltr., 2 transcripts, 2 anno. )
  • 17.14 - 19 Feb 1918 (1 ltr., photocopy, anno. )
  • 17.15 - Mar 1918 (1 fragment, anno. )
  • 17.16 - July-Aug 1918 (4 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 17.17 - Sep 1918 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 17.18 - Oct 1918 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 17.19 - Dec 1918 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 17.20 - To Julian and John (son of Julian) Burroughs, Jan 1919 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 17.21 - To Julian and John (son of Julian) Burroughs, Feb 1919 (2 ltrs., 1 anno. )
  • 17.22 - Mar-Apr 1919 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 17.23 - June 1919 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 17.24 - To Julian and Emily Burroughs, July 1919 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 17.25 - Aug 1919 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 17.26 - Sep 1919 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 17.27 - Oct 1919 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 18.1 - Feb-Mar 1920 (2 ltrs., 1 postcard, 3 anno. )
  • 18.2 - June 1920 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 18.3 - 5-13 July 1920 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 18.4 - 18-28 July 1920 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 18.5 - 6-10 Aug 1920 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 18.6 - 11 Aug 1920 (1 photocopy, transcript, anno. )
  • 18.7 - 12-26 Aug 1920 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 18.8 - To Julian and John (son of Julian) Burroughs, Sep 1920 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 18.9 - Oct 1920 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 18.10 - Nov 1920 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 18.11 - Dec 1920 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 18.12 - Jan 1921 (3 ltrs., 3 anno . )
To Ursula Burroughs
  • 18.13 - Sep 1857- Apr 1858 (6 ltrs., 6 anno. )
  • 18.14 - July 1858- Jan 1859 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 18.15 - Jan-Feb 1859 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 18.16 - July 1859- Apr 1860 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 18.17 - May 1860- Aug 1861 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 18.18 - Oct 1861- July 1862 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 18.19 - Sep-Oct 1862 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 18.20 - Aug-Nov 1863 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 18.21 - Nov-Dec 1863 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 18.22 - Dec 1863- Jan 1864 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 18.23 - Jan-Feb 1864 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 18.24 - Feb-July 1864 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 19.1 - July-Aug 1864 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 19.2 - Sep 1864- June 1868 (5 ltrs., 1 env., 6 anno. )
  • 19.3 - July 1868- July 1869 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 19.4 - June 1870 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 19.5 - July-Aug 1870 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 19.6 - Aug 1870- June 1871 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 19.7 - July-Oct 1871 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 19.8 - Oct 1871- Jan 1873 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 19.9 - Jan 1873 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 19.10 - Jan-Feb 1873 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 19.11 - Feb-May 1873 (4 ltrs., 1 encl., 5 anno. )
  • 19.12 - June-July 1873 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 19.13 - July-Aug 1873 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 19.14 - Dec 1873 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 19.15 - Jan 1874 (3 ltrs., 1 encl., 3 anno. )
  • 19.16 - May 1874- July 1876 (6 ltrs., 6 anno. )
  • 19.17 - Aug 1876 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 19.18 - Sep 1876 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 19.19 - Oct 1876 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 20.1 - July-Aug 1877 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 20.2 - Sep 1877- July 1878 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 20.3 - Feb 1881 (7 ltrs., 7 anno. )
  • 20.4 - Mar 1881 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 20.5 - Apr 1881- May 1886 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 20.6 - June 1887 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 20.7 - Sep 1888 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 20.8 - July-Aug 1889 (6 ltrs., 6 anno. )
  • 20.9 - June-Dec 1892 (4 ltrs., 4 anno., 1 transcript)
  • 20.10 - May 1899- Dec 1903 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 20.11 - Aug 1905 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 20.12 - Jan-Feb 1909 (3 ltrs., 3 anno., 2 encl. )
  • 20.13 - Mar 1909 (3 ltrs., 3 anno., 1 encl. )
  • 20.14 - Apr-May 1909 (4 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 20.15 - June 1909 (1 ltr., 1 anno., 1 encl. )
  • 20.16 - Aug 1910- Sep 1912 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 20.17 - Feb 1914- Sep 1915 (3 ltrs., 2 anno., 1 encl. )
  • 21.1 - 10 Feb 1916 (1 ltr., 1 anno., 1 encl. )
  • 21.2 - 12 Feb 1916 (1 ltr., 1 anno., 1 encl. )
  • 21.3 - 17 Feb 1916 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 21.4 - 29 Feb 1916 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 21.5 - 8 Mar 1916 (1 ltr., 1 anno., 1 encl. )
  • 21.6 - 9-13 Mar 1916 (2 ltrs. 2 anno. )
  • 21.7 - 14-19 Mar 1916 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 21.8 - 3 Apr 1916 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 21.9 - Nov 1916-Feb 1917 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
To Others
  • 46.3 - To Edna Albert, 1912 (6 ltrs. - transcripts only )
  • 49.23 - To Anni Angell, 10 June 1887 (1 ltr., 1 annot. )
  • 49.24 - To Mary Beal, 1909-1916, n.d. (7 ltrs. )
  • 21.10 - To Samuel C. Beane, [1910] (1 ltr. )
  • 49.22 - To Myron Benton, 1887 or 1888 (1 ltr., unfinished and never sent, w/ EBK's transcription )
  • 63.77 - To Edward W. Bok [editor of Brooklyn Magazine], 1887 (2 ltrs.)
  • Box 66 - To Edward W. Bok [editor of Brooklyn Magazine], 1893 (1 ltr., framed)
  • 50.3 - To Grace Porter Cleveland, 1908, n.d. (photocopies )
  • 21.11 - To Frank Connell, 1914, 1918, n.d. (9 ltrs. )
  • 63.85 - To Madeleine Edison, 11 June 1914 (1 ALS)
  • 63.82 - To Mr. and Mrs Foreman, 1914, n.d. (2 ALS )
  • 63.82 - To Mr. Gilbert, n.d. (1 ALS )
  • 21.12 - To Mr. and Mrs. Richard Watson Gilder, 1878-1905 (8 ALS, 17 p. )
  • 63.84 - To John Gould, 6 Oct 1911 (1 TLS)
  • 21.13 - To Thomas Wentworth Higginson, 1868 (1 ltr., ms. copy )
  • 63.87 - To [Thomas Wentworth] Higginson, 17 Jan 1887 (1 ALS)
  • 21.14 - To E. C. Huffaker, 1919 (1 ltr., typed, edited draft)
  • 63.86 - To [Clifton] Johnson, 27 March 1881 (1 ALS)
  • 50.1 - To Clifton Johnson, 1897, 1912 (1 ltr., 1 photocopy )
  • 21.15 - To Georgia Avery Kendrick, n.d. (1 ltr. )
  • 51.16 - To Hamilton W. Mabie, 1894-1897 [4 ALS]
  • 63.78 - To Mary Newton, 1903, n.d. [2 ALS, 1 photograph negative with prints of unidentified woman]
  • 21.16 - To Clara Stillman Reed, 1899-1913 (9 ltrs.,typed transcripts)
  • 21.17 - To Clara Stillman Reed, 1900-1913 (5 ltrs., w/ 1 photo of JB at Woodchuck Lodge, descr. on verso in JB's hand)
  • 50.8 - To Theodore Roosevelt, 9 May 1899 (1 transcript)
  • 21.18 - To Minnie Rouland, 1915-1920, n.d. (4 ltrs., w/ 1 from both Minnie and Orlando and 1 from Duke of Argyl)
  • 21.19 - To Orlando Rouland, 1908, 1910 (2 ltrs. )
  • 21.20 - To Thomas N. Shannon, [1920] (2 ltrs., draft replies)
  • 63.83 - To [Edmund Clarence] Stedman, 18 Nov 1883 (1 damaged ALS)
  • 21.21 - To James Monroe Taylor, 1886 (1 ltr., photocopy)
  • 21.22 - To Mary W. Whitney, 1887-1895 (3 ltrs., 1 postcard)
  • 21.23 - To others, 1897-1913 (11 ltrs., 1 postcard)
  • 21.24 - To others, 1916-1917 (3 ltrs., typescripts )
  • 21.25 - Autograph cards and notes by JB, 1902-1910, n.d. (4 notes, 1 card)
  • 63.79 - To the editor of Recreation, 14 Jan n.y. (1 ltr.)

SERIES V. CORRESPONDENCE: INCOMING

Family: Burroughs, Amelia
  • 21.26 - 1866-1871 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
Family: Burroughs, "Chant"
  • 21.27 - Jan 1913 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
Family: Burroughs, Chauncey
  • 21.28 - 1856 (1 ltr. — facs. )
  • 21.29 - Nov 1857 - Feb 1858 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 21.30 - July 1858 - Mar 1859 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 21.31 - May 1860 - Sep 1861 (6 ltrs., 6 anno. )
  • 21.32 - Mar 1863 - Dec 1863 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 22.1 - July -Nov 1864 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 22.2 - Feb-July 1865 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 22.3 - Sep-Nov 1865 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 22.4 - Mar-Aug 1866 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 22.5 - Aug 1866 - May 1867 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 22.6 - Jan-June 1868 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 22.7 - July 1868 - Oct 1869 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 22.8 - Feb 1870 - Oct 1871 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 22.9 - Dec 1871 - Feb 1873 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 22.10 - Mar 1873 - Jan 1875 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 22.11 - Mar 1875 - Mar 1876 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 22.12 - Aug 1876 - May 1877 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 22.13 - July 1877 - July 1878 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 22.14 - Oct 1878 - Nov 1880 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 22.15 - Dec 1880 - Feb 1882 (3 ltrs., 2 postcards, 5 anno. )
  • 22.16 - May-Nov 1882 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
Family: Burroughs, Curtis and Ann
  • 22.17 - 1896-1906 (3 ltrs., 1 photocopy, 4 anno. )
Family: Burroughs, D.M.
  • 22.18 - Mar-Sep 1907 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
Family: Burroughs, Eden
  • 22.19 - 1885 - Mar 1903 (6 ltrs., 6 anno. )
  • 22.20 - June 1903 - 1912 (4 ltrs., 1 postcard, 5 anno. )
Family: Burroughs, Hiram
  • 22.21 - 1859 - 1863 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 22.22 - 1864 - Apr 1865 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 22.23 - 1866 - Oct 1867 (7 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 22.24 - Nov 1867 - Nov 1868 (5 ltrs., 1 anno. )
  • 22.25 - Dec 1868 - 1869 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 22.26 - 1870 -1873 (4 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 22.27 - 1874 (6 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 23.1 - Jan-Sep 1875 (3 ltrs., 1 anno. )
  • 23.2 - Nov 1875 - June 1876 (4 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 23.3 - June 1877 - Sep 1878 (4 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 23.4 - Mar 1880 - Aug 1882 (4 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 23.5 - Aug 1882 - 1883 (5 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 23.6 - 1884 (2 ltrs., 1 anno. )
  • 23.7 - 1885 - 1886 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 23.8 - 1887 - Oct 1888 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 23.9 - 1889 - 1892 (4 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 23.9 - Bartram, Uriah — list of ltrs. from JB to HB, 1888 - 1890
  • 23.10 - 1896 - 1901 (5 ltrs., 3 postcards, 6 anno. )
  • 23.11 - Jan-Mar 1902 (5 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 23.12 - Apr-May 1902 (3 ltrs., 2 encl., 3 anno. )
Family: Burroughs, Julian
  • 23.13 - July 1897 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 23.14 - Sep 1897 (2 ltrs., 1 postcard, 2 anno. )
  • 23.15 - Oct 1897 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 23.16 - 1-17 Nov 1897 (3 ltrs., 5 encl., 3 anno. )
  • 23.17 - 27 Nov 1897 (1 ltr., 1 postcard, 2 encl., 1 anno. )
  • 23.18 - Dec 1897 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 23.19 - Jan 1898 (4 ltrs., 1 postcard, 1 encl., 5 anno. )
  • 23.20 - Feb 1898 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 23.21 - Mar 1898 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 23.22 - Apr 1898 (3 ltrs., 1 encl., 3 anno. )
  • 23.23 - May 1898 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 23.24 - June 1898 (2 ltrs., 2 postcards, 1 encl., 4 anno. )
  • 23.25 - Sep 1898 (2 postcards, 2 anno. )
  • 24.1 - Oct 1898 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 24.2 - Nov 1898 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 24.3 - Jan 1899 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 24.4 - Feb 1899 (3 ltrs., 1 encl., 3 anno. )
  • 24.5 - 2-7 Mar 1899 (2 ltrs., 1 postcard, 3 anno. )
  • 24.6 - 12-31 Mar 1899 (3 ltrs., 1 photocopy, 3 anno. )
  • 24.7 - 1-10 Apr 1899 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 24.8 - 11-14 Apr 1899 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 24.9 - 1-6 May 1899 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 24.10 - 16-21 May 1899 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 24.11 - June-July 1899 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 24.12 - Sep 1899 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 24.13 - Oct 1899 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 24.14 - Nov 1899 (3 ltrs., 1 encl., 3 anno. )
  • 24.15 - Dec 1899 (4 ltrs., 4 anno., 2 encl. )
  • 24.16 - Jan 1900 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 24.17 - 1-9 Feb 1900 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 24.18 - 20-24 Feb 1900 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 24.19 - Mar 1900 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 24.20 - Apr 1900 (2 ltrs., 1 postcard, 3 anno. )
  • 24.21 - May 1900 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 25.1 - June 1900 (2 ltrs., 1 encl., 2 anno. )
  • 25.2 - Aug 1900 (1 ltr., 1 postcard, 2 anno. )
  • 25.3 - Oct 1900 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 25.4 - Dec 1900 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 25.5 - 17-18 Feb 1901 (2 ltrs. 2 anno. )
  • 25.6 - 20 Feb 1901 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 25.7 - 28 Feb 1901 (1 ltr., 1 encl., 1 anno. )
  • 25.8 - 1 Mar 1901 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 25.9 - 6-11 Mar 1901 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 25.10 - 3 Apr 1901 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 25.11 - 16 Apr 1901 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 25.12 - 25 Apr 1901 (1 ltr., photocopy, anno.)
  • 25.13 - 2 May 1901 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 25.14 - 19 May 1901 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 25.15 - 23 May 1901 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 25.16 - 29 May 1901 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 25.17 - June 1901 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 25.18 - 19 Sep 1901 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 25.19 - 21 Sep 1901 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 25.20 - 25 Sep 1901 (1 ltr.,1 anno. )
  • 25.21 - 26 Sep 1901 (1 ltr., 1 encl., 1 anno. )
  • 25.22 - 1 Oct 1901 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 25.23 - 4 O ct 1901 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 25.24 - 6 Oct 1901 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 25.25 - 7-10 Oct 1901 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 25.26 - Jan 1902 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 25.27 - Feb 1902 (1 ltr., 2 anno. )
  • 25.28 - 16 Feb 1903 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 25.29 - 17 Feb 1903 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 26.1 - Mar 1903 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 26.2 - Apr 1903 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 26.3 - May 1903 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 26.4 - July 1903 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 26.5 - 1 Aug 1903 (1 ltr., 1 encl., 1 anno. )
  • 26.6 - 9 Aug 1903 (1 ltr., 1 encl., 1 anno. )
  • 26.7 - 12 Aug 1903 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 26.8 - 14 Dec 1903 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 26.9 - 21-26 Dec 1903 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 26.10 - Jan 1904 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 26.11 - Jan-Feb 1905 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 26.12 - July 1905 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 26.13 - Feb 1906 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 26.14 - Aug 1906 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 26.15 - Jan 1907 (1 ltr., 3 encl., 1 anno. )
  • 26.16 - 9 Feb 1907 (1 ltr., 1 encl., 1 anno. )
  • 26.17 - 13 Feb 1907 (1 ltr., 2 anno. )
  • 26.18 - Mar 1907 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 26.19 - Apr 1907 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 26.20 - July 1907 (1 ltr., 2 anno. )
  • 26.21 - Aug 1907 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 26.22 - 19 Sep 1907 (1 ltr., 2 anno. )
  • 26.23 - 20 Sep 1907 (1 ltr., 1 postcard, 1 encl., 2 anno. )
  • 26.24 - Feb 1908 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 26.25 - 3 Feb 1908 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 26.26 - 5 Feb 1908 (1 ltr., 2 encl., 1 anno. )
  • 26.27 - 9 Feb 1908 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 26.28 - 22 Feb 1908 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 54.1 - 28 Feb 1908 (2 ltrs., 1 encl., 1 anno. )
  • 54.2 - 8 Mar 1908 (1 ltr., 1 encl., 1 anno. )
  • 54.3 - 10 Mar 1908 (2 ltrs., 1 anno. )
  • 54.4 - 14 Mar 1908 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 54.5 - 22 Mar 1908 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 54.6 - May-June 1908 (1 ltr., 1 postcard, 2 anno. )
  • 54.7 - July 1908 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 54.8 - Aug 1908 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 54.9 - Sep 1908 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 54.10 - ca. 1909 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 54.11 - Jan 1909 (1 ltr., 2 encl., 1 photocopy, 1 anno. )
  • 54.12 - Mar 1909 (1 ltr., 1 encl., 1 anno. )
  • 54.13 - Apr 1909 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 27.1 - 9 Oct 1910 (1 ltr., 2 anno., 1 photocopy)
  • 27.2 - 11 Oct 1910 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 27.3 - ca. 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 27.4 - ca. Jan 1911 (1 ltr., 1 photocopy, 1 anno. )
  • 27.5 - ca. Jan 1911 (1 ltr., 1 photocopy, 1 anno. )
  • 27.6 - Feb 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 27.7 - Mar 1911 (1 ltr., 1 photocopy, 1 anno. )
  • 27.8 - May 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 27.9 - 1 June 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 27.10 - 23 June 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 27.11 - July 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 27.12 - 2 Aug 1911 (2 ltrs., 1 anno. )
  • 27.13 - 7 Aug 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 27.14 - 11 Aug 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 27.15 - 24 Aug 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 27.16 - 27 Aug 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 27.17 - 29 Aug 1911 (1 ltr.,1 anno. )
  • 27.18 - Sep 1911 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 27.19 - Oct 1911 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 27.20 - Jan 1912 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 27.21 - 5-7 Feb 1912 (2 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 27.22 - 19-24 Feb 1912 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 27.23 - 2-5 Mar 1912 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 27.24 - 26-18 Mar 1912 (2 ltrs., 1 photocopy, 2 anno. )
  • 27.25 - Apr 1912 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 27.26 - June 1912 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 27.27 - 5-16 July 1912 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 27.28 - 20-26 July 1912 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 27.29 - 1-6 Aug 1912 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 27.30 - 16-28 Aug 1912 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 27.31 - Sep 1912 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 27.32 - Nov 1912 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 27.33 - Dec 1912 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 27.34 - Feb 1913 (1 ltr., 1 anno., 1 photocopy)
  • 27.35 - May 1913 (1 ltr., 1 anno., 1 photocopy)
  • 28.1 - 1-19 July 1913 (3 ltrs., 3 anno., 1 photocopy)
  • 28.2 - 24-28 July 1913 (2 ltrs., 1 postcard, 3 anno. )
  • 28.3 - 1-7 Aug 1913 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 28.4 - 12-21 Aug 1913 (2 ltrs., 1 photocopy, 1 postcard, 3 anno. )
  • 28.5 - 11-20 Sep 1913 (2 ltrs., 1 photocopy, 2 anno. )
  • 28.6 - 25-19 Sep 1913 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 28.7 - Oct 1913 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 28.8 - ca. Jan 1914 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 28.9 - 12-20 Jan 1914 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 28.10 - 25-27 Jan 1914 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 28.11 - Feb 1914 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 28.12 - 8-9 Mar 1914 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 28.13 - 21-25 Mar 1914 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 28.14 - ca. July 1914 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 28.15 - July 1914 (2 ltrs., 1 photocopy, 3 anno. )
  • 28.16 - 3-16 Aug 1914 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 28.17 - 20-31 Aug 1914 (2 postcards, 1 ltr., 3 anno. )
  • 28.18 - Sep 1914 (2 ltrs., 2 encl., 2 anno. )
  • 28.19 - Oct 1914 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 28.20 - Dec 1914 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 28.21 - ca. Dec 1914/ (1 ltr.,1 anno. )
  • 28.22 - Jan 1915 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 28.23 - Feb 1915 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 28.24 - Mar 1915 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 28.25 - ca. June 1915 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 29.1 - July 1915 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 29.2 - 3-14 Aug 1915 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 29.3 - 16-28 Aug 1915 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 29.4 - 2-10 Sep 1915 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 29.5 - 15-21 Sep 1915 (3 ltrs., 3 anno., 3 encl. )
  • 29.6 - Oct 1915 (2 ltrs., 1 encl., 2 anno. )
  • 29.7 - Dec 1915 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 29.8 - 1-7 Jan 1916 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 29.9 - 12-16 Jan 1916 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 29.10 - Feb-Mar 1916 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 29.11 - 21-26 July 1916 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 29.12 - 29-30 July 1916 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 29.13 - 8-14 Aug 1916 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 29.14 - 21-26 Aug 1916 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 29.15 - Sep 1916 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 29.16 - 4-11 Oct 1916 (2 ltrs., 2 postcards, 4 anno. )
  • 29.17 - 12-16 Oct 1916 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 29.18 - Feb 1917 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 29.19 - Mar 1917 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 29.20 - ca. June 1917 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 29.21 - 6-16 July 1917 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 29.22 - 20-25 July 1917 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 29.23 - 28-30 July 1917 (2 ltrs., 1 encl., 2 anno. )
  • 30.1 - 2-8 Aug 1917 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 30.2 - 13-30 Aug 1917 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 30.3 - 6-7 Sep 1917 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 30.4 - 8-17 Sep 1917 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 30.5 - 22-24 Jan 1918 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 30.6 - 25-29 Jan 1918 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 30.7 - 1-6 Feb 1918 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 30.8 - 11-27 Feb 1918 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 30.9 - Mar-June 1918 (2 ltrs., 1 encl., 2 anno. )
  • 30.10 - July 1918 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 30.11 - Aug 1918 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 30.12 - 2-10 Sep 1918 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 30.13 - 16-24 Sep 1918 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 30.14 - 27-29 Sep 1918 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 30.15 - 3-12 Oct 1918 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 31.1 - 14-24 Oct 1918 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 31.2 - Dec 1918 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 31.3 - Feb 1919 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 31.4 - Mar 1919 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 31.5 - June 1919 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 31.6 - 6-18 July 1919 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 31.7 - 21-30 July 1919 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 31.8 - Aug 1919 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 31.9 - Sep 1919 (3 ltrs., 1 encl., 3 anno. )
  • 31.10 - Oct 1919 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 31.11 - Dec 1919 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 31.12 - June 1920 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 31.13 - 7-10 July 1920 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 31.14 - 19-30 July 1920 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 31.15 - 4-9 Aug 1920 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 31.16 - 10-12 Aug 1920 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 31.17 - 14-20 Aug 1920 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 31.18 - 22-30 Aug 1920 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 31.19 - 14-17 Sep 1920 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 31.20 - 27-29 Sep 1920 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 31.21 - Oct 1920 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 32.1 - 1-14 Dec 1920 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 32.2 - 20-24 Dec 1920 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 32.3 - Jan 1921 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 32.4 - ca. Jan 1921 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 32.5 - 3-10 Feb 1921 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 32.6 - 18-23 Feb 1921 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 32.7 - Mar 1921 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
Family: Burroughs, Margaret
  • 32.8 - 1885 - May 1904 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 32.9 - Oct 1904 - Jan 1913 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 32.10 - Feb 1913 - 1917 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
Family: Burroughs, Maria
  • 32.11 - 1865 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
Family: Burroughs, Ursula
  • 32.12 - 1863 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 32.13 - Jan-July 1864 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 32.14 - July-Sep 1864 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 32.15 - 1865 - June 1870 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 32.16 - July 1870 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 32.17 - Aug 1870 - July 1871 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 32.18 - Oct 1871 - Jan 1873 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 32.19 - Feb 1873 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 32.20 - Mar-June 1873 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 32.21 - Sep 1873 - Aug 1876 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 32.22 - Sep 1876 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 32.23 - Oct 1876 - Mar 1881 (5 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 32.24 - Aug 1889 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
  • 32.25 - 1899-1908 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
Family: Corbin, Abigail
  • 33.1 - 1861-1875 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 33.2 - 1877-1881 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 33.3 - 1882 - Sep 1884 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 33.4 - Oct-Nov 1884 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 33.5 - Dec 1884-1889 (3 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 33.6 - 1897 - Sep 1900 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 33.7 - Nov-Dec 1900 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
Family: Corbin, Hiram
  • 33.8 - Mar 1877 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
Family: Covert, Hud H.
  • 33.9 - Feb 1921 (1 transcript, 1 anno. )
Family: Deyoe, Chaney
  • 33.10 - 1864 - Feb 1866 (5 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 33.11 - Dec 1866 - Feb 1868 (5 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 33.12 - Apr-Dec 1868 (4 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 33.13 - Feb-May 1869 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 33.14 - June-Oct 1869 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 33.15 - Jan-July 1870 (3 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 33.16 - May-Oct 1870 (4 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 33.17 - Jan-July 1871 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 33.18 - Aug-Nov 1871 (6 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 33.19 - Apr-May 1872 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 33.20 - July-Sep 1872 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 33.21 - Oct 1872 - Jan 1873 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 33.22 - Feb-Apr 1873 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 33.23 - July-Oct 1873 (4 ltrs., 1 postcard, 4 anno. )
  • 33.24 - Nov 1873 - Feb 1874 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 33.25 - Mar-May 1874 (5 ltrs., 3 anno. )
Family: Deyoe, Walker
  • 34.1 - Sep 1874 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
Family: Kelley, John
  • 34.2 - Aug 1882 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
Family: Lynch Homer
  • 34.3 - 1876-1885 (5 ltrs., 2 anno. )
Family: Lynch, Mary Jane
  • 34.4 - 1878-1905 (4 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 34.5 - 1907-1911 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
Family: McGregor, Smith
  • 34.6 - 1919 (2 ltrs., 1 anno. )
Family: [Minerva]
  • 34.7 - 1856 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
Family: Montgomery, D.C.
  • 34.8 - 1903 (1 ltr., 1 anno. )
Family: North, Amanda
  • 34.9 - 1863-1864 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
Family: Smith, Julia and Mary Richtryer
  • 34.10 - 1901 (3 ltrs., 1 anno. )
Family: Zorn, Amy and Will
  • 34.11 - 1908-1909 (2 ltrs., 1 anno. )
Others: Clara Barrus
  • 34.12 - 1904-Apr 1907 (8 ltrs. )
  • 34.13 - May-June 1907 (9 ltrs. )
  • 34.14 - July-Aug 1907 (7 ltrs. )
  • 34.15 - Sep-Dec 1907 (15 ltrs. )
  • 34.16 - 1908-1909 (10 ltrs. )
  • 34.17 - Jan-Feb 1910 (4 ltrs. )
  • 35.1 - Mar 1910 (4 ltrs. )
  • 35.2 - 1-11 Apr 1910 (4 ltrs., 1 postcard)
  • 35.3 - 20-29 Apr 1910 (4 ltrs., 2 postcards)
  • 35.4 - 1-5 May 1910 (4 ltrs., 6 postcards)
  • 35.5 - 6-22 May 1910 (3 ltrs., 1 fragment)
  • 35.6 - 23-30 May 1910 (2 ltrs., 2 postcards)
  • 35.7 - 1-5 June 1910 (2 ltrs. )
  • 35.8 - 14-16 June 1910 (3 ltrs. )
  • 35.9 - 17-25 June 1910 (3 ltrs. )
  • 35.10 - 5-12 July 1910 (4 ltrs., 5 enclosures)
  • 35.11 - 16-24 July 1910 (3 ltrs. )
  • 35.12 - 28-30 July 1910 (2 ltrs., 1 fragment)
  • 35.13 - Aug 1910 (6 ltrs. )
  • 35.14 - 1-11 Sep 1910 (3 ltrs. )
  • 35.15 - 12-20 Sep 1910 (3 ltrs. )
  • 35.16 - 21-29 Sep 1910 (3 ltrs., 1 postcard, 1 encl. )
  • 35.17 - 1-12 Oct 1910 (4 ltrs., 1 postcard)
  • 35.18 - 23-30 Oct 1910 (3 ltrs., 1 encl. )
  • 36.1 - Nov 1910 (6 ltrs., 1 postcard, 1 encl. )
  • 36.2 - Dec 1910 (4 ltrs. )
  • 36.3 - Jan 1911 (3 ltrs. )
  • 36.4 - Mar-Apr 1911 (4 ltrs., 9 postcards)
  • 36.5 - May 1911 (5 ltrs. )
  • 36.6 - June 1911 (7 ltrs., 4 postcards)
  • 36.7 - 9-18 Oct 1911 (4 ltrs., 2 postcards, 1 encl. )
  • 36.8 - 20-27 Oct 1911 (4 ltrs. )
  • 36.9 - Nov 1911 (4 ltrs., 3 encl. )
  • 36.10 - Dec 1911 (6 ltrs. )
  • 36.11 - Jan 1912 (4 ltrs. )
  • 36.12 - Feb 1912 (3 ltrs. )
  • 36.13 - Mar 1912 (5 ltrs. )
  • 36.14 - Apr 1912 (5 ltrs., 1 postcard)
  • 36.15 - May 1912 (8 ltrs., 8 postcards)
  • 36.16 - June 1912 (6 ltrs. )
  • 36.17 - July-Sep 1912 (5 ltrs., 1 encl. )
  • 37.1 - Oct 1912 (4 ltrs., 1 postcard)
  • 37.2 - Nov 1912 (2 ltrs. )
  • 37.3 - Dec 1912 (6 ltrs. )
  • 37.4 - ca. Dec 1912 (1 ltr., fragile)
  • 37.5 - Jan 1913 (4 ltrs., 1 postcard)
  • 37.6 - Feb 1913 (3 ltrs., 1 postcard)
  • 37.7 - Mar 1913 (5 ltrs., 1 fragment)
  • 37.8 - Apr-May 1913 (6 ltrs. )
  • 37.9 - June-July 1913 (5 ltrs. )
  • 37.10 - Oct-Dec 1913 (7 ltrs. )
  • 37.11 - Jan-Mar 1914 (5 ltrs. )
  • 37.12 - Apr 1914 (7 ltrs. )
  • 37.13 - May-June 1914 (2 ltrs., 1 postcard)
  • 37.14 - Feb 1915 (5 ltrs. )
  • 37.15 - Mar 1915 (3 ltrs. )
  • 37.16 - Oct-Dec 1915 (7 ltrs. )
  • 37.17 - Jan 1916 (9 ltrs. )
  • 37.18 - Feb-Mar 1916 (6 ltrs., 1 postcard, 1 encl. )
  • 37.19 - June-July 1916 (3 ltrs., 1 postcard)
  • 37.20 - Aug 1916 (8 ltrs., 1 postcard)
  • 38.1 - Sep 1916 (5 ltrs. )
  • 38.2 - Oct 1916 (2 ltrs. )
  • 38.3 - 5-14 Nov 1916 (4 ltrs., 1 postcard)
  • 38.4 - 20-28 Nov 1916 (5 ltrs. )
  • 38.5 - Dec 1916 (2 ltrs. )
  • 38.6 - Feb 1917 (7 ltrs. )
  • 38.7 - 1-12 Mar 1917 (7 ltrs., 2 postcards)
  • 38.8 - 13-15 Mar 1917 (3 ltrs. )
  • 38.9 - June 1917 (6 ltrs. )
  • 38.10 - Oct 1917 (4 ltrs. )
  • 38.11 - Jan-July 1918 (4 ltrs., 1 postcard, 1 encl. )
  • 38.12 - Aug-Dec 1918 (2 ltrs. )
  • 38.13 - Feb-Apr 1919 (1 ltr., 1 postcard)
  • 38.14 - Oct 1919 (4 ltrs., 2 postcards, 2 encl. )
  • 38.15 - Nov-Dec 1919 (4 ltrs. )
  • 38.16 - 1920 (2 ltrs. )
  • 38.17 - n.d. (1 ltr. )
  • 38.18 - 1901 (9 typescripts)
  • 38.19 - 1902 (59 typescripts)
  • 38.20 - 1903 (19 typescripts)
Others: Miscellaneous, Alphabetical by Name
  • 39.1 - Allaben, Adelbert Edwin, 1901-1907 (3 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 39.2 - Allaben, Sarah C. "Cattie," 1856, 1884-1901 (4 ltrs., 1 photoprint of a ltr, 1 annot. )
  • 50.9 - Allen, E.M., 28 June 1867 (1 ltr., 1 annot. )
  • 39.3 - Baldwin, Elsie, 1908, n.d. (3 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 39.4 - Barnard, Vincent, 1866-1868 (3 ltrs. )
  • 39.5 - Barrett, Charles, 1906-1917 (3 ltrs. )
  • 39.6 - Barrus, Eleanor, 1913-1916 (4 ltrs. )
  • 49.25 - Beal, Mary, 1909-1921 (9 ltrs.,2 postcards, 4 annot., 1 photocopy )
  • 39.7 - Beane, Samuel C., 1910 (3 ltrs. )
  • 39.8 - Beardslee, Amelia H., 1881 (2 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 39.9 - Beardslee, Amelia H., 1882 (3 ltrs. )
  • 39.10 - Beardslee, Amelia H., 1883-1884 (2 ltrs. )
  • 39.11 - Bigelow, Poultney, 1915 (4 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 39.12 - Bigelow, Poultney, 1917-1919 (4 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 39.13 - Bigelow, Poultney, 1920 (6 ltrs, 1 postcard)
  • 39.14 - Bigelow, Poultney, 1921-1928 (6 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 49.15 - Bogart, Egbert - school friend Nov 1855, March 1856 (2 ltr., 2 annot.)
  • 39.15 - Buck, Louise Bacorn, 1900-1910, n.d. (11 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 39.16 - Carman, Bliss, 1909 (1 ltr., 1 annot. )
  • 39.17 - Childs, John Lewis, 1911-1919 (4 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 39.18 - Cline, May, n.d. (4 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 39.19 - Craig, Evelyn, 1912-1917 (3 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 39.20 - Custer, Elizabeth B., 1902-1917 (3 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 39.21 - De Loach, Richard, 1904- Feb 1916 (4 ltrs., 4 postcards, 2 photos, 1 annot. )
  • 39.22 - De Loach, Richard, March 1916- 1917 (6 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 39.23 - Drake, Mary Aiken, 1908-1909 (3 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 39.24 - Edison, Mina Miller, 1916-1918 (4 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 39.25 - Edwards, Frederick T., 1916-1917 (3 ltrs. )
  • 39.26 - Elliot, Charles Norton, 1911-1912 (3 ltrs. )
  • 39.27 - Fisher, G. Clyde, 1917-1920 (3 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 39.28 - Fletcher, Lisa A., 1891-1892 (4 ltrs., 2 annot. )
  • 39.29 - Funk, I.K., 1907 (1 ltr. )
  • 49.7 - Gilbert, E.S., 1877
  • 49.8 - Gilbert, E.S., 1878
  • 49.9 - Gilbert, E.S., 1879
  • 49.10 - Gilbert, E.S., 1880
  • 49.11 - Gilbert, E.S., 1881-1882
  • 49.12 - Gilbert, E.S., 1884-1890, n.d.
  • 39.30 - Gilbert, Frances and Olive, 1903 (3 ltrs., 2 annot. )
  • 39.31 - Hagedorn, Hermann, 1919 (1 ltr., 1 draft reply from J.B., 1 annot. )
  • 39.32 - Haight, Elizabeth Hazelton, 1920 (1 ltr. )
  • 39.33 - Harris, Theodora Peck, 1913-1915 (2 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 39.34 - Hasbrouck, Jon, 1866-1869 (5 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 40.1 - Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, 1868-1889 (4 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 40.2 - Hornor, C.G., 1910-1914 (3 ltrs., 1 reply from J.B., 1 annot. )
  • 49.16 - Hull, A.G. 1863, 1882 (3 ltrs., 1 annot)
  • 40.3 - Ingersoll, Ernest, 1874-1890, n.d. (4 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 40.4 - Jenkins, Cora, 1902-1909 (5 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 40.5 - Johns, Aaron, 1877-1883 (6 ltrs., 1 postcard, 2 annot. )
  • 40.6 - Johnson, Addie Barrus, 1910-1912 (1 ltr., 2 postcards)
  • 50.2 - Johnson, Clifton 1903-1920 (6 ltrs )
  • 40.7 - Keck, Charles H., 1919 (1 ltr. )
  • 40.8 - Keeler, Charles, 1900-1915 (3 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 40.9 - Kennan, George and Eveline, 1913-1918 (3 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 49.13 - Kinne, B.B. - of the Middletown Sanitarium re: Ursula Burroughs 31 Oct 1916 (1 ltr)
  • 40.10 - Laing, William O., 1912 (3 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 40.11 - Lazarus, Emma, 1878-1885 (9 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 40.12 - Liebold, E.G., 1917-1920 (6 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 40.13 - Lindsay, Frank B., 1913-1919 (4 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 40.14 - Loveman, Robert, 1914-1920 (3 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 40.15 - Lummis, Charles F., 1920 (3 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 40.16 - Lwoff-Parlaghy, Princess, n.d. (1 ltr. [photocopy] )
  • 40.17 - McCarthy, John Russell, 1919-1921 (7 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 40.18 - Miles, Herbert D., 1919-1920 (4 ltrs., 1 reply from J.B.)
  • 40.19 - Moore, James, 1917-1920 (7 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 40.20 - Morgan, Mary, 1902-1905 (5 ltrs., 3 manuscripts, 1 annot. )
  • 40.21 - Morgan, Mary, 1906-1910, n.d. (5 ltrs., 1 manuscript)
  • 40.22 - Murland, Marie, 1908-1909 (4 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 40.23 - Murphy, A.M., 1919 (1 ltr. )
  • 40.24 - Norton, J. Pease, 1907-1908 (1 ltr., 1 certificate)
  • 40.25 - Oswald, Felix L., 1881 (1 ltr., 1 annot. )
  • 40.26 - Owen, William and Mary, 1899-1900 (4 ltrs. )
  • 40.27 - Owings, Chloe, 1917 (4 ltrs. )
  • 49.14 - Paine, L. B. - Cooperstown friend 1 Aug 1850, 15 Aug 1856 (1 ltr, 1 photocopy, 2 copies of photoprint)
  • 40.28 - Peck, Ludella L., 1891 (2 ltrs. )
  • 40.29 - Peck, Ludella L., 1892 (7 ltrs. )
  • 40.30 - Peck, Ludella L., 1893-1895 (5 ltrs. )
  • 40.31 - Peck, Ludella L., 1896-1900 (6 ltrs. )
  • 41.1 - Peck, Ludella L., 1901-1902 (4 ltrs. )
  • 41.2 - Peck, Ludella L., 1903-1912 (6 ltrs. )
  • 41.3 - Perkins, Maude B., 1918 (1 ltr. )
  • 41.4 - Piatt, John J., 1870-1880, n.d. (6 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 41.5 - Rickert, Edith, 1902-1921 (12 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 41.6 - Roosevelt, Theodore, 1893-1911 (photocopies and transcripts)
  • 50.5 - Roosevelt, Theodore, 27 Sep 1905 (1 ltr., 1 transcript)
  • 50.6 - Roosevelt, Theodore, via William Loeb, Jr., Secretary to the President, 2 Feb 1906 (1 photocopy)
  • 41.7 - Shannon, Thomas N., 1917-1921 (4 ltrs. )
  • 41.8 - Sherman, Ellen Burns, 1912-1913 (4 ltrs., 3 annot. )
  • 41.9 - Shoemaker, W.L., 1872-1877 (6 ltrs., 7 annot. )
  • 41.10 - Shoemaker, W.L., 1878-1881 (4 ltrs., 4 annot. )
  • 41.11 - Smith, Alexander ("Sandy"), 1905-1919 (5 ltrs., 1 postcard, 2 annot. )
  • 41.12 - Stephens, C.A., 1909-1910 (3 ltrs. )
  • 41.13 - Taylor, Sarah K., 1884-1885 (3 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 41.14 - Taylor, William, 1906-1920 (7 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 41.15 - Tolman, Adams, 1919 (1 ltr., 1 reply from J.B. )
  • 50.10 - University of Georgia — Commencement Invitation, 1911
  • 41.16 - Walton, E. Clayton, 1913-1920 (4 ltrs. )
  • 41.17 - White, Orlando, 1902-1916 (4 ltrs., 1 reply from J.B., 2 annot. )
  • 41.18 - White, Orlando, 1919-1921 (6 ltrs. )
  • 41.19 - Whitman, Walt, 1889 (1 ltr. )
  • 41.20 - Willis, Bailey, 1909-1910 (3 ltrs., 1 annot. )
  • 41.21 - Winters, Lora Leonard, 1905-1920 (5 ltrs., 2 postcards, 1 annot. )
  • 41.22 - Woodworth, Nelly Hart, ca. 1897-1910 (4 ltrs., 2 annot. )
  • 41.23 - Wright, Silas H., 1877-1885 (6 ltrs., 1 annot. )
Others: Miscellaneous, by Category
From Academics
  • 41.24 - Bailey, Liberty Hyde (Cornell)
  • 41.24 - Beers, Harry A. (Yale)
  • 41.24 - Butler, Nicholas Murray (Columbia)
  • 41.24 - Curtis, Fred J. (Curtis School)
  • 41.25 - Finley, John H. (University of the State of New York)
  • 41.25 - Lounsbury, Thomas R. (Yale)
  • 41.25 - Schultz. John Richie (Allegheny College)
Regarding Accepting the Universe
  • 41.26 - Bruun, Charles A.
  • 41.26 - Cooke, Cahrles H.
  • 42.1 - Decker, Frank H.
  • 42.1 - Duncan, William J.
  • 42.1 - Levey, M. J.
  • 42.1 - Lint, Perry A.
  • 42.1 - Lyons, Alexander
  • 42.2 - McIntosh, J. E.
  • 42.2 - McJunkin, Robert A.
  • 42.2 - Patterson, R. S.
Expressing Appreciation
  • 54.14 - Alger - Mapes (27 letters)
  • 54.15 - Martin - Williams (36 letters)
From Artists
  • 42.3 - Boughton, Alice
  • 42.3 - Cole, Timothy (3 letters)
  • 42.3 - Fuertes, Louis Agassiz (2 letters)
  • 42.4 - Gibson, W. Hamilton
  • 42.4 - Gray, C. S.
  • 42.4 - Harrison, Henry
  • 42.4 - Heffley, Eugene
  • 42.5 - Johnson, Adelaide
  • 42.5 - Learned, Leila Sprague (2 letters)
  • 42.5 - Lwoff-Parlaghy, Vilma, Princess
  • 42.5 - Murphy, J. Francis
  • 42.6 - Pietro, Cartaino Sciarrino (2 letters, 1 postcard)
  • 42.6 - Pritchard, Zarh H. (2 letters)
  • 42.7 - Ricketson, Walter
  • 42.7 - Rouland, Orlando
  • 42.7 - Secor, David Pell
  • 42.7 - Smedley, Will Larymore (3 letters)
  • 42.7 - Stanton, Lucy
Requesting Autographs
  • 42.8 - Day - McCaleb (4 letters)
  • 42.9 - Miller - Young (5 letters)
Regarding Birds
  • 54.16 - Collins, Henry H.
  • 54.16 - Farnham, R. A.
  • 54.16 - Gibbs, Mrs. Almon J. (2 letters)
  • 54.16 - Gowanlock, J. Nelson
  • 54.16 - Granger, Charles H.
  • 54.16 - Greenough, Horatio S.
  • 54.16 - Hemmingway, Georgie
  • 54.16 - Hildreth, R.B.
  • 54.16 - Johnston, Alma Calder
  • 54.16 - Miller, William H. and Elizabeth
  • 54.16 - Miller, William K.
  • 54.16 - Mills, William C.
  • 54.16 - Oakes, R. A. (2 letters)
  • 54.16 - Park, A. F.
  • 54.16 - Pratt, George B. (2 letters)
  • 54.16 - Ritscher, Lucie J. (2 letters)
  • 54.16 - Robbins, Susan Brown
  • 54.16 - Skinner, Harriet Hayes
  • 54.16 - White, Charles E.
  • 54.16 - Wier, Bertha Barker
  • 54.16 - Willson, William
Regarding his Birthday
  • 42.10 - Corson, Mary Frances
  • 42.10 - Ellis, C. J. (Dentist)
  • 42.11 - Fargo, DeVerne (4 letters)
  • 42.10 - Foreman, Edward R.
  • 42.10 - Foreman, Edward R. and Louise M.
  • 42.12 - Honey, Delia Darling
  • 42.12 - Hutchinson, Thomas
  • 42.12 - Lewis, Charles H.
  • 42.12 - Miller, Pauline P. (Mrs. Charles T. Miller)
  • 42.13 - Parkhurst, Wellington E.
  • 42.13 - Phillips, Henry M.
  • 42.13 - Savage, William Rutherford
  • 42.13 - Shackelford, Esther B. (Mrs. G. R. P. Shackelford)
From Californians
  • 42.14 - Church, Walt Le Noir
  • 42.14 - Mills, Gertrude C.
  • 42.14 - Newkirk, Garrett
  • 42.14 - Reed, Elizabeth A.
  • 42.14 - Rhoads, J. B.
  • 42.14 - Sellers, Fay H.
  • 42.14 - Sherwood, Martin
  • 42.14 - Stone, George E. and May V.
  • 42.14 - Wilson, Sherman B. (2 letters)
From Canadians
  • 42.15 - Grove, F. P.
  • 42.15 - Lauder, Alma Dick
  • 42.15 - O'Higgins, Harvey J.
  • 42.15 - Pattullo, Thomas Dufferin
  • 42.15 - St. Arnauld, Marie
  • 42.15 - Strangman, Charles
From Classmates
  • 42.16 - Bouton, Charles W.
  • 42.16 - Carpenter, T. A. (2 letters)
  • 42.16 - Hough, Annie Gould (2 letters)
  • 42.16 - McCarthy, Edward Dorr
  • 42.16 - Nash, H. J.
  • 42.16 - Wilcox, Franklin A.
From Clergy
  • 42.17 - Belknap, A. Jay
  • 42.17 - Collyer, Robert
  • 42.17 - Cooke, George Willis
  • 42.17 - Crook, George V.
  • 42.17 - Nott, Charles D.
  • 42.17 - Smith, W. R. L.
  • 42.17 - Townsend, James G.
  • 42.17 - Van Antwerp, W. H.
  • 42.17 - Watson, Arthur J.
Expressing Criticism
  • 43.1 - Allen, Francis H.
  • 43.1 - Berger, Henry
  • 43.1 - Coulson, S. B.
  • 43.1 - Cropley, W. G.
  • 43.1 - Goodale, Dora Read
  • 43.1 - Greenwald, Isidor
  • 43.1 - Haydon, Walter
  • 43.1 - Huffaker, E. C.
  • 43.1 - McGilton, Alice
  • 43.1 - Meert, Victor E.
  • 43.1 - Moore, A. R.
  • 43.1 - Muckley, Henry C.
  • 43.1 - Nagle, Augustus F.
  • 43.1 - Newberry, C. E.
  • 43.1 - Pierce, G. W.
  • 43.1 - Sponsler, William H. (2 letters)
  • 43.1 - Storrs, Caryl B.
  • 43.1 - Thompson, John
  • 43.1 - Thompson, William
  • 43.1 - Winch, George A.
From Editors
  • 43.2 - Abbott, Lyman — Outlook
  • 43.3 - Blake, Harrison G. O. — Thoreau Papers
  • 43.4 - Browne, Francis Fisher — The Dial (5 letters)
  • 43.5 - Cabot, James Eliot — Emerson Papers (2 letters)
  • 43.6 - Clapp, Henry — Saturday Press
  • 43.7 - Fields, James T. — Atlantic Monthly (4 letters)
  • 43.8 - Gilder, Richard Watson — Century Magazine (7 letters)
  • 43.9 - Johnson, Robert Underwood — Century Magazine (13 letters)
  • 43.10 - Johnson, Rossiter — Little Classics
  • 43.11 - Lathrop, George Parsons — Atlantic Monthly
  • 43.12 - Mabie, Hamilton Wright — Outlook (4 letters)
  • 43.13 - Montgomery, George Edgar (2 letters)
  • 43.14 - Page, Walter Hines — Atlantic Monthly (2 letters)
  • 43.15 - Perry, Bliss — Atlantic Monthly (7 letters)
  • 54.18 - Whitney, Caspar — Outing (2 letters, 1 note)
From England
  • 43.16 - Brown, Leonard M.
  • 43.16 - Chase, Lewis
  • 43.16 - Coward, L. A.
  • 43.16 - Deloplaine, Blanche L.
  • 43.16 - Ellis, Henry Daw
  • 43.16 - Gandy, Thomas
  • 43.16 - Haydon, W. T.
  • 43.17 - Isaacs, A.
  • 43.17 - [?], Katharine (2 letters)
  • 43.17 - Miller, W. H.
  • 43.17 - Parker, A. J.
  • 43.17 - Rowe, Charles R. (2 letters)
  • 43.17 - Strang, William (2 letters)
  • 43.17 - Tirebuck, Margaret E.
From Fiction Writers
  • 43.18 - Allen, James Lane
  • 43.18 - Bacheller, Irving (5 Letters)
  • 43.18 - Dodge, Mary Mapes (2 letters)
  • 43.19 - Garland, Hamlin (8 letters)
  • 43.19 - Hale, Edward Everett (2 letters)
  • 43.19 - Hall, Ruth
  • 43.20 - Jewett, Sarah Orne
  • 43.20 - Paine, Albert Bigelow (2 letters)
  • 43.20 - Preston, Margaret J.
  • 43.20 - Riddle, A. G. (Albert Gallatin) (3 letters)
  • 43.21 - Sprague, Mary A. (7 letters)
  • 43.21 - Stuart, Ruth McEnery (2 letters)
Regarding Plants and Flowers
  • 44.1 - Burbank, Luther
  • 44.1 - Coville, Frederick V.
  • 44.1 - Elliott, Florence V.
  • 44.1 - Heywood, Sarah H.
  • 44.1 - King, Jane A.
  • 44.1 - Lindley, John W.
  • 44.1 - Niles, Grace G. (2 letters)
  • 44.1 - Rounthwaite Henry M.
  • 44.1 - Smith, Robert
  • 44.1 - Stockman, Ruth
  • 44.1 - Warren, Elizabeth J. (3 letters)
From Hawaii
  • 44.2 - Alexander, W. D.
  • 44.2 - Hollister, Paul M.
  • 44.2 - Judd, Agnes H. B.
  • 44.2 - Moses, Stanford E.
  • 44.2 - Winslow, Anne Goodwin (2 letters)
  • 44.2 - Withington, Anne
Regarding his Health
  • 54.17 - Bresnahan, J. H.
  • 54.17 - Chandler, Russell H. (2 letters)
  • 54.17 - Kahn, R. L.
  • 54.17 - Kast, Ludwig (2 letters)
  • 54.17 - Kellog, J. H.
  • 54.17 - Leland, Mrs. E. H.
  • 54.17 - Waldstein, L. (2 letters)
From Lawyers
  • 44.3 - Burt, George Noyes
  • 44.3 - Clearwater, A. T. (5 letters)
  • 44.3 - Dill, Charles G.
  • 44.3 - Ingersoll, Robert G.
  • 44.3 - Kassel, Charles
  • 44.3 - McNeill, John C.
  • 44.3 - Parker, Alton Brooks
  • 44.3 - Peters, T. McClure
  • 44.3 - Talbot, Frank (4 letters)
From Naturalists
  • 44.4 - Baynes, Ernest Harold (3 letters)
  • 44.4 - Gladden, George (5 letters)
  • 44.4 - Job, Herbert K.
  • 44.4 - Merriam, Clinton Hart (3 letters)
  • 44.4 - Seton, Ernest Thompson (6 letters)
  • 44.4 - Sharp, Dallas Lore (3 letters)
Regarding Nature Fakers
  • 55.5 - Barrus, Clara - to John Finley
  • 44.5 - Bigelow, Edward F.
  • 44.5 - Boynton, Henry Walcott
  • 44.5 - Chamberlain, William Isaac
  • 55.5 - Chapman, Frank M - to Caspar Whitney
  • 44.5 - Cummings, Helen W.
  • 44.5 - Curtis, Carlton C.
  • 44.5 - Davis, Harper
  • 44.5 - Day, Ernest Ellsworth
  • 44.5 - Deane, Ruthven (2 letters)
  • 55.5 - Deming, Horace E.
  • 55.5 - Figgins, J.D. (Jesse Dade)
  • 44.5 - Fraser, W. A.
  • 44.5 - Greenslet, Ferris
  • 44.5 - Long, William J. (to Mr. Anderson)
  • 44.5 - McGaffey, Ernest
  • 55.5 - McGaffey, Ernest
  • 55.5 - Page, Walter H.
  • 44.5 - Parke, Anna Nelson
  • 44.5 - Pomeroy, H. S. (2 letters)
  • 44.5 - Roys, Cyrus A.
  • 44.5 - Russell, Selwyn A.
  • 44.5 - Schur, Arthur P.
  • 44.5 - Smith, Charles D.
  • 44.5 - Stone, Andrew J.
  • 44.5 - Towne, Edward S.
  • 55.5 - Whitney, Caspar
From Neighbors
  • 44.6 - Bonschur, Emilie (4 letters)
  • 44.6 - Coons, Herman
  • 44.6 - Cox, James J. (2 letters)
  • 44.6 - Fish, Mary
  • 44.6 - Hazen, J. T.
  • 44.6 - Herr, Mary C.
  • 44.6 - Judd, Jeanette
  • 44.6 - Knaub, Fred G.
  • 44.6 - Little, John W.
  • 44.6 - Paddock, Cornelia Hill
  • 44.6 - Shane, George C.
  • 44.6 - Smith, John R.
  • 44.6 - Thomson, William J.
  • 44.6 - Van Benschoten, William
  • 44.6 - Van Deusen, Eleanor C.
  • 44.6 - Van Keuren, J. W. (2 letters)
  • 44.6 - Ventres, D. B. (2 letters)
From Ornithologists
  • 44.7 - Brewster, William (4 letters)
  • 44.7 - Chapman, Frank M. (10 letters)
  • 44.7 - Cowes, Elliott
  • 44.7 - Eckstrom, Fannie Hardy (7 letters)
  • 44.7 - Hardy, Manly (2 letters)
  • 44.7 - Hardy, Walter M.
  • 44.7 - Flagg, Wilson (2 letters)
  • 44.7 - Hamlin, Charles E.
  • 44.7 - Hodge, C. F.
  • 44.7 - Wright, Mabel Osgood
From Overseas
  • 45.1 - Ball, Robert
  • 45.1 - Berwig, Elise
  • 45.1 - Ferrero, Felice
  • 45.1 - Hamilton, Alexander G.
  • 45.1 - Hanibullah, Mohommad
  • 45.1 - Hight, George A. (photocopy)
  • 45.1 - LaVarre, William J.
  • 45.1 - Reed, Eliza M.
From Personal Friends
  • 45.2 - Bock, William E.
  • 45.2 - Bock, Bertha M. (2 letters)
  • 45.2 - Booth, Sara A. (2 letters)
  • 45.2 - Davis, Fanny E.
  • 45.2 - Harriman, Mary
  • 45.2 - Newton, Mary
  • 45.2 - Shipman, Melvina
From Poets
  • 45.3 - Abbey, Henry
  • 45.3 - DeKay, Charles
  • 45.3 - Franklin, Jean Dwight
  • 45.3 - Gates, Mary C.
  • 45.3 - Hubner, Charles W. (2 letters)
  • 45.3 - Irvine, J. P.
  • 45.4 - Kenyon, James B. (2 letters)
  • 45.4 - Kidson, Robert B.
  • 45.4 - Markham, Edwin
  • 45.4 - Mifflin, Floyd
  • 45.4 - Nicholl, Louise Townsend
  • 45.4 - Stedman, Edmund Clarence (3 letters)
  • 45.4 - Terry, Edward Hicks
  • 45.4 - Waterman, Nixon
  • 45.4 - Williams, Earl (2 letters)
  • 45.4 - Wood, Chester
From Relatives and Would-be Relatives
  • 45.5 - Hutton, Marion I.
  • 45.5 - Linnenbauk, Mrs. Jacob
  • 45.5 - De Olagaray, Mrs. J. M.
  • 45.5 - Perry, Burroughs Frederick
With Requests
  • 45.6 - Brooks, V. W. (2 letters)
  • 45.6 - Calhoun, H. C.
  • 45.6 - Davis, A. M.
  • 45.6 - Edwards, Helene
  • 45.6 - Ely, Robert Erskine
  • 45.6 - Kitson, Henry
  • 45.6 - Love, Robertus (2 letters)
  • 45.6 - Markscheffel, Louise
  • 45.6 - Pattee, Fred Lewis (2 letters)
  • 45.6 - Patton, C. L.
  • 45.6 - Pottle, Bion B.
  • 45.6 - Smith, M. F.
  • 45.6 - Sturtevant, W.
  • 45.6 - Varney, George Leon
  • 45.6 - Winchell, F. M.
  • 45.6 - Zukerman, David
About Theodore Roosevelt
  • 45.7 - Laughlin, Harry H.
  • 45.7 - Schroer, Dr. H.
  • 45.7 - Stevens, Lillian T.
  • 45.7 - Wills, Mrs. E. K.
  • 45.7 - Winkler, F.
From School Children, Teachers and Administrators
  • 45.8 - Ballard High School
  • 45.8 - Barker, Virgil B.
  • 45.8 - Beaudry, Maude
  • 45.8 - Berne High School
  • 45.8 - Bickford, Faith
  • 45.8 - Brisbee, Joseph B.
  • 45.8 - Bookhout, T. C.
  • 45.8 - Cox, Edward L.
  • 45.8 - Elliot, Jane
  • 45.8 - Frant, Yetta
  • 45.8 - Harlow, Arthur
  • 45.8 - Henderson School
  • 45.8 - Night letters from School Children
  • 45.8 - Patri, Angelo
  • 45.8 - Rindge, Clara
  • 45.8 - Sproull, Herbert
  • 45.8 - Stearns Jr., G. R.
  • 45.8 - Sukey, Paul
  • 45.8 - Sullivan, Winifred M.
  • 45.8 - Swift, T. Dean
  • 45.8 - Van Meter, Bessie
  • 45.8 - White, Arthur Eliot
Regarding Science Questions
  • 45.9 - Bann, James
  • 45.9 - Davis, J.D.
  • 45.9 - Downer, John Rulon
  • 45.9 - Dunham, H. F.
  • 45.9 - Fontaine, Edmond
  • 45.9 - Gorton, David Allyn
  • 45.9 - Kruckeberg, Jennie
  • 45.9 - Norris, Richard H.
  • 45.9 - Opdycke, E. B.
  • 45.9 - Rees, Forest R.
  • 45.9 - Wright, Wendell L.
From Scientists
  • 45.10 - Beebe, Charles William (2 letters)
  • 45.10 - Brigham, Albert Perry
  • 45.10 - Hornaday, William T. (2 letters)
  • 45.10 - Peckham, George W.
  • 45.10 - Yerkes, Robert Mearns
From Scotland
  • 45.11 - Horne, John
  • 45.11 - Scoular, Robert
  • 45.11 - Wilson, David Alec
From Slabsides Visitors
  • 45.12 - Adams, Daniel and Evangeline
  • 45.12 - Arnold, Amelia A.
  • 45.12 - Baker, Smith
  • 45.12 - Belding, Alice
  • 45.12 - Binder, Rudolph M.
  • 45.12 - Damon, Louis A.
  • 45.12 - Dillon, Emma P.
  • 45.12 - Ellis, Prudence Helen
  • 45.12 - Hinman, Olive
  • 45.12 - Hix, Melvin (2 letters)
  • 45.12 - Hughes, Mrs. E. R.
  • 45.12 - Johnson, Edna
  • 45.12 - Lee, James Melvin
  • 45.12 - MacDonald, Mary H.
  • 45.12 - Mathewson, Chester A.
  • 45.12 - Monroe, Will S.
  • 45.12 - Roberts, James O.
  • 45.12 - Rose, Fanny Tousey
  • 45.12 - Taylor, Lucy
  • 45.12 - Thompson, H. H.
  • 45.12 - Wardle, Caroline V. G.
From Soldiers
  • 45.13 - Ellis, Fenwick L.
  • 45.13 - Kellogg, Albert B.
From Former Students
  • 46.1 - Denton, Helen (2 postcards)
  • 46.1 - Mead, Fanny Allaben
  • 46.1 - Smith, Tammy (Transcript only)
From Teachers
  • 46.2 - Adler, Felix (1 letter)
  • 46.3 - Albert, Edna (12 letters)
  • 46.4 - Burt, Mary E. (11 letters)
  • 46.5 - Chubb, Percival
  • 46.5 - Dean, Alletta F.
  • 46.5 - Friday, Julia Bassett
  • 46.5 - Gilbert, J. H.
  • 46.5 - Hall, J. M.
  • 46.5 - Kost, Henry
  • 46.5 - Lanier, Elizabeth M.
  • 46.5 - Oliver, Emily J.
  • 46.5 - Oliver, Emily J.
  • 46.5 - Oliver, James (2 letters)
  • 46.5 - Robinson, Winifred
  • 46.5 - Romig, Edna Davis
  • 46.5 - Murphy, Eva (2 letters)
  • 46.5 - Smith, D. S. (6 letters)
  • 46.5 - Sweeney, Paul J.
  • 46.5 - Tryon, W. P.
From Travel Writers
  • 46.6 - Dellenbaugh, Frederick S.
  • 46.6 - Johnson, Clifton (2 letters - copies only)
  • 46.6 - Longstreth, T. Morris
  • 46.6 - Roberts, Morley
From Students, Alumnae and Staff of Vassar
  • 46.7 - Haight, Helen I. (VC 1898)
  • 46.7 - Hall, Lucy M. (Physician)
  • 46.7 - McNary, Sarah J. (English Dept.)
  • 46.7 - Rogers, Ruth
  • 46.7 - Whiting, Anne H. (VC 1916)
Regarding "Waiting"
  • 46.8 - Allen, Willis Boyd (3 letters)
  • 46.8 - Anonymous
  • 46.8 - Bartlett, Alfred
  • 46.9 - Benedict, Mary Cadwallader
  • 46.9 - Bellazzi, Mr. and Mrs. R. P.
  • 46.9 - Brown, Margery Keeler
  • 46.9 - Butler, Hattie C.
  • 46.10 - Chandler, Mary Alderson
  • 46.10 - Hart, F. H.
  • 46.10 - Lee, Jeannette
  • 46.10 - McDonaugh, Mary C.
  • 46.10 - Rainsford, H. J.
  • 46.10 - Thayer, M. A.
  • 46.11 - Tuttle, Emma Rood
  • 46.11 - Ware, George Wilde
  • 46.11 - Woods, Charles C.
  • 46.11 - Wright, Merle St. Croix (fragment)
  • 46.11 - Yergason, Katherine B.
Regarding Wartime
  • 46.12 - Canfield, Katharine C.
  • 46.12 - Chew, John A.
  • 46.12 - Daniels, Josephus (Secretary of the Navy)
  • 46.12 - Dickie, Perry
  • 46.12 - Dickinson, Edward
  • 46.12 - Dunne, James
  • 46.12 - Eshleman, C. H.
  • 46.12 - Forster, Henry A.
  • 46.12 - Gibbs, David
  • 46.12 - Hixon, Anne
  • 46.12 - Hobart, R. A.
  • 46.12 - McCaddon, Joseph T.
  • 46.12 - McNeely, W. M.
  • 46.12 - Miller, M.
  • 46.12 - New York Tribune Associate Editor
  • 46.12 - Osborne, Joseph S.
  • 46.12 - Schmidt, Karl
  • 46.12 - Stratton, C. L.
  • 46.12 - Timewell, C. A.
  • 46.12 - Tooker, L. Frank
Regarding Washington
  • 46.13 - Arnold, J. G.
  • 46.13 - Baker, Mary Cole (2 letters)
  • 46.13 - Barstow, Eliza Hillis
  • 46.13 - Dascomb, Celia N. French
  • 46.13 - Longan, A. W. (2 letters)
  • 46.14 - Loomis, E. J.
  • 46.14 - McCulloch, Hugh
  • 46.14 - Miller, Julia
  • 46.14 - Peck, D. B.
  • 46.14 - Peck, E. S.
  • 46.15 - Price, M.
  • 46.15 - Sherwin, M. H. (2 letters)
  • 46.15 - Snead, Fayetta
  • 46.16 - Turner, Emory S.
  • 46.16 - Viele, M. L.
  • 46.16 - West, Henry Litchfield
Regarding Walt Whitman
  • 47.1 - Bazalgette, Léon
  • 47.1 - Beach, Juliette Hayward
  • 47.1 - Browne-Gillies, Blanche
  • 47.1 - Bucke, Richard Maurice
  • 47.1 - Cummings, Edward
  • 47.1 - Dyer, L.H.
  • 47.1 - Goode, Brown
  • 47.1 - Guernsey, Fred R.
  • 47.1 - Harrison, Mary
  • 47.2 - Johnston, John
  • 47.2 - Johnston, J. H.
  • 47.2 - Macalister, Alexander
  • 47.2 - Mallinkrodt, James F.
  • 47.2 - Marshall, Louise
  • 47.2 - Marshall, Maria A.
  • 47.2 - Phillips, George S.
  • 47.2 - Price, Helen E.
  • 47.2 - Quinlan, Walter B.
  • 47.2 - Schmidt, Rudolph
  • 47.2 - Stuart, Helen
  • 47.2 - Trimble, W.H.
  • 47.2 - Wilde, Isabel
Regarding Wildlife
  • 47.3 - Bruce, David D.
  • 47.3 - Cleghorn, Allen
  • 47.3 - Curtis, Henry S.
  • 47.4 - Fair, Paul J.
  • 47.4 - Hall, Charles H.
  • 47.4 - Lenpp, Francis E.
  • 47.4 - Lloyd, J. William (2 letters)
  • 47.5 - Nelson, Henry
  • 47.5 - Perry, Jeanette Barbour
  • 47.5 - Platt, F. G.
  • 47.6 - Smith, Sidney
  • 47.6 - Thompson, W. Gilman
  • 47.6 - Tomkies, James Scott
  • 47.6 - Wilson, Lewis G.
From Women Writers
  • 47.7 - Becker, May Lamberton
  • 47.7 - Brower, Edith
  • 47.7 - Dowden, Elizabeth Dickinson West (via Martin W. Sampson)
  • 47.7 - Irwin, Mabel MacCoy
  • 47.7 - Tarbell, Ida M.
  • 64.9 - Waln, Nora
  • 47.7 - Wheeler, Candace
From Writers
  • 47.8 - Benton, Charles E. (3 letters)
  • 47.8 - Benton, Joel (2 letters 3 postcards)
  • 47.8 - Brown, Joseph Brownlee (4 letters)
  • 47.9 - Emerson, Edward W. (2 letters)
  • 47.9 - Hubbard, Elbert
  • 47.9 - Kelly, Allen
  • 47.9 - Lloyd, Henry D. (2 letters)
  • 47.10 - Sanborn, Frank B.
  • 47.10 - Sinclair, Upton
  • 47.10 - Trine, Ralph Waldo (2 letters)
  • 47.10 - Wasson, David A. (3 letters)

SERIES VI. CORRESPONDENCE: MISCELLANEOUS

To Ursula Burroughs
  • 47.11 - Benton, Myron, 1896-1900 (11 ltrs., (9 are photocopies), 3 w/transcripts, 1 article, 1 obit., 1 annot. )
  • 47.12 - Corbin, Abigail, 1878 v1 ltr., 1 annot. )
  • 47.13 - North, Amanda, 1860-1916 (5 ltrs., 1 check, annot. )
  • 47.14 - North, Uriah, 1864-Aug 1867 (5 ltrs., 5 annot. )
  • 47.15 - North, Uriah, Sep 1867-1878 (7 ltrs., 7 annot. )
  • 50.7 - Roosevelt, Theodore, 12 Dec 1898 (1 photocopy)
  • 47.16 - Regarding Ashoken Reservoir, 1909 (3 ltrs., 1 postcard, 1 annot. )
  • 48.1 - Family, (6 ltrs., 1 postcard, 1 empty envelope,6 annot. )
  • 48.2 - Friends (Albert-Coons), (8 ltrs., 1 postcard, 5 annot. )
  • 48.3 - Friends (DeLoach-Mackay), (7 ltrs., 1 article, 5 annot. )
  • 48.4 - Friends (Platt-Van Buren), (7 ltrs., 1 copy of letter, 4 annot. )
  • 48.5 - Regarding Invitations, 1904-1919 (2 invitations)
  • 48.6 - West Park Neighbors, 7 ltrs., 1 postcard, 2 annot. )
Ursula Burroughs to Julian Burroughs
  • 48.7 - 1898 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 48.8 - Jan-Feb 1899 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 48.9 - Mar-Apr 1899 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 48.10 - May-Oct 1899 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 48.11 - Nov-Dec 1899 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 48.12 - Jan 1900 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 48.13 - Feb 1900 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 48.14 - Mar-May 1900 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 48.15 - Oct-Dec 1900 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 48.16 - Jan-Feb 1901 (5 ltrs., 5 anno. )
  • 48.17 - Mar-Apr 1901 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
  • 49.1 - May-June 1901 (4 ltrs., 4 anno. )
  • 49.2 - Jan-Feb 1914 (2 ltrs., 2 anno. )
  • 49.3 - Mar-Dec 1914 (3 ltrs., 3 anno. )
Miscellaneous
  • 49.4 - May Cline to Fanny Borden, 1929 (5 ltrs., 5 cc from Fanny Borden, 1 postcard from Barrus to Borden)
  • 49.5 - Amanda North to Julian Burroughs, 17 July 1912 (original and photocopy)
  • 49.26 - Mary Beal to Julian Burroughs, 1921-1954, n.d. (1 ltr., 15 postcards, 1 invitation, 5 photocopies)
  • 49.27 - Mary Beal to Clara Barrus, 1909 (1 photocopy)
  • 49.17 - Clara Barrus to Julian Burroughs, 6 Sep 1915 (1 ltr., 1 annot.)
  • 49.18 - Charles Lummis to Clara Barrus, 1927 (2 ltrs., 1 annot.)
  • 49.19 - Pietro to Clara Barrus, Aug 1916 (1 ltr.)
  • 49.20 - Helen Muir Funk to Mrs. H.A. Haring, 1928 (1 ltr., 1 annot.)
  • 49.21 - Charles Lummis to the Harings, 1927 (3 ltrs.)
  • 55.1 - Bliss Carmen to "Aunt" Laura Mackay, 1897-1928, n.d. (includes some annot by Mackay)
  • 49.6 - Unidentified Vassar College student to her parents, ca. Feb 1904 (1 fragment)
  • 50.4 - Theodore Roosevelt to George Bird Grinnell (editor Forest and Stream), 24 Apr 1903 (1 carbon, 1 annot.)
  • 53.48 - Unidentified envelope, 4 Sep n.y.

Series VII. BIOGRAPHY AND FAMILY

Writings about JB
  • 65.1 - "John Burroughs," Scribner's, Jan 1877 (galley proof, missing first page)
  • 63.1 - "John Burroughs: A Day at Riverby and Slabsides, The Craftsman, Aug 1905
  • 63.2 - Kelley, Elizabeth Burroughs — "JB and Vassar"
  • 63.3 - Kelley, Elizabeth Burroughs — "A Granddaughter of John Burroughs
  • 63.4 - Raymond, Cornelia — "John Burroughs interest in Vassar"
  • 63.5 - Steiger, Neal — "Whitman and Burroughs: Comrades in Criticism," 1983
  • 63.6 - Treitel, Phyllis — "Introducting John Burroughs" (includes corresp. from Treitel to EBK)
  • 63.7 - Miscellaneous Articles, 1877-1921
  • 65.13 - Miscellaneous Articles, 1921
  • 63.8 - Miscellaneous Articles, 1923-1969
  • 63.9 - Miscellaneous Articles, 1970-1989, n.d.
  • 63.10 - John Burroughs Review — Galley, July 1991
  • 63.11 - Poems about Burroughs, 1882, n.d.
  • 63.12 - Untitled song by members of the Vassar College Wake Robin Club, Oct 1908
Honors
  • 63.13 - General — During his lifetime, 1892-1920, n.d.
  • 63.14 - General — At the time of his death 1921
  • 63.15 - General — Since his death, 1931-1988, n.d.
  • 55.10 - Slide Mountain — Clippings, 1921, 1924, 1964
  • 55.11 - Slide Mountain — Correspondence, 1921-1924
  • 55.12 - Slide Mountain — Petition, 1923
  • 55.13 - Slide Mountain — Miscellaneous
Death
  • 63.16 - Obituaries — Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas
  • 63.17 - Obituaries — California
  • 63.19 - Obituaries — Colorado, Connecticut
  • 63.20 - Obituaries — Delaware, District of Columbia
  • 63.21 - Obituaries — Georgia, Idaho
  • 63.22 - Obituaries — Illinois, Indiana, Iowa
  • 63.23 - Obituaries — Kansas, Kentucky
  • 63.24 - Obituaries — Maine, Maryland
  • 63.25 - Obituaries — Massachusetts (other than Boston)
  • 63.26 - Obituaries — Massachusetts — Boston
  • 63.27 - Obituaries — Michigan, Minnesota
  • 63.28 - Obituaries — Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska
  • 63.29 - Obituaries — New Hampshire, New Jersey
  • 63.30 - Obituaries — New York (other than NYC)
  • 63.31 - Obituaries — New York — New York City
  • 63.32 - Obituaries — North Carolina, Ohio
  • 63.33 - Obituaries — Oregon
  • 63.34 - Obituaries — Pennsylvania (includes Philadelphia)
  • 63.35 - Obituaries — Rhode Island, South Carolina
  • 63.36 - Obituaries — Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont
  • 63.37 - Obituaries — Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
  • 63.18 - Obituaries — Canada
  • 63.38 - Obituaries — Miscellaneous
  • 63.39 - Obituaries — Miscellaneous Photocopies
  • 63.65 - Memorial tributes and statements — Edison, Ford and Firestone
  • 63.66 - Memorial tributes and statements — Miscellaneous
  • 63.67-63.71 - Funeral Services — Newsclippings
  • 63.72 - Burial — Photocopies of photographs
  • 64.21 - Scrapbook of clippings re. JB's death compiled and annotated by Clara Barrus
  • 55.9 - EBK's lists of JB's obituaries and editorials
Images and Art
  • 63.40 - Images of Burroughs used with Obituaries
  • 63.41 - Images of Burroughs used with Obituaries
  • 63.42 - Images of Burroughs clipped from newspapers
  • 63.43 - Printed images of Burroughs and his homes
  • 63.44 - Postcards of Burroughs and his homes
  • 62.125 - Postcards of Burroughs and Woodchuck Lodge
  • 63.45 - Portrait by Princess Lwoff-Parlaghy
  • 63.46 - Portrait by Orlando Rouland
  • 63.47 - Sculpture by Paulo
  • 63.48 - Sculpture by Pietro
Travel
  • 50.11 - Amherst and Mt. Holyoke
  • 50.12 - Great Britain
  • 50.13 - Harriman Alaska Expedition, 1899
  • 50.14 - Hawaii
  • 50.15 - Jamaica
  • 50.16 - Lake Mohonk
  • 50.17 - Paris
  • 50.18 - Yama Farms, Napanoch, NY
  • 65.14 - Map: Caledonian Railroad Tourist Guide
  • 65.14 - Map: Kent, England
  • 65.14 - Map: Chester, England
  • 65.14 - Map: England's Lake District
  • 65.15 - Map: European Railways
  • 65.15 - Map: Colorado
  • 65.15 - Map: Geological Survey Map of Kentucky
  • Mapcase — Drawer 35 - Map: Geological Survey Map of Yellowstone
  • Mapcase — Drawer 35 - Map: Florida (with attached guidebook)
  • Mapcase — Drawer 35 - Map: Hawaii
  • Mapcase — Drawer 35 - Map: London (with attached guidebook)
Business and Finance
  • 51.8 - Publishers and Editors — Atlantic, 1910-1920
  • 51.9 - Publishers and Editors — Doubleday, 1909-1916
  • 51.10 - Publishers and Editors — Ginn and Company, 1893-1917
  • 51.11 - Publishers and Editors — Harper and Bros., 1892-1915
  • 51.12 - Publishers and Editors — Houghton Mifflin — Correspondence to JB, 1876-1920
  • 51.13 - Publishers and Editors — Houghton Mifflin — Correspondence from JB, 1919-1920, n.d.
  • 56.1 - Publishers and Editors — Houghton Mifflin — Contracts 1875-1920
  • 56.2 - Publishers and Editors — Houghton Mifflin — Statements, 1873-1891
  • 56.3 - Publishers and Editors — Houghton Mifflin — Statements, 1892-1909
  • 51.14 - Publishers and Editors — McClure's and McClure, Phillips, 1902-1909
  • 51.15 - Publishers and Editors — The Outlook — Correspondence to JB, 1907-1912
  • 51.16 - Publishers and Editors — The Outlook — Correspondence from JB to Hamilton W. Mabie, 1894-1897 [4 ALS]
  • 52.1 - Publishers and Editors — Small, Maynard, anc Co., 1903-1908
  • 52.2 - Publishers and Editors — The University Society 1916
  • 52.3 - Publishers and Editors — Miscellaneous
  • 52.4 - Publishers and Editors — Miscellaneous EBK material on publishers
  • 52.5 - Property Map of Riverby, n.d. (photocopy)
  • 56.4 - Building specifications for the Burroughs' Washington home, 1867
  • 56.5 - Deeds for the Burroughs'property in Washington, 1870
  • 52.6 - Bank books and canceled checks, (3 volumes and 10 checks)
  • 56.6 - Miscellaneous financial items
Miscellaneous
  • 63.49 - Burroughs Education — Cooperstown
  • 63.50 - Burroughs Family genealogy, by Elizabeth Burroughs Kelley
  • 64.8 - Marriage Certificate of John and Ursula Burroughs 12 Sep 1857
  • 63.51 - Parentage of Julian Burroughs
  • 63.52 - Tribute to Mrs. John Burroughs by Dr. Clara Barrus
  • 63.53 - John Burroughs Memorial Association — General
  • 63.54 - John Burroughs Memorial Association — Talks by Julian Burroughs, folder 1
  • 63.55 - John Burroughs Memorial Association — Talks by Julian Burroughs, folder 2
  • 63.56 - Advertisements for JB's books
  • 64.7 - Advertisements for "John Burroughs' Nature Notes"
  • 63.57 - JB's copy of the National Currency Act
  • 63.58 - JB's Mount Tom: An All Outdoors Magazine (annotated by JB), Oct 1905
  • 63.59 - Edmund Gosse Breakfast program (signed by JB and others), 26 Jan 1885
  • 63.81 - Unidentified record of guests (signed by JB and others), 1914
  • 62.123 - "John Burroughs Nature Calendar," 1925
  • 62.124 - Postcard of the "More Historical Pageant, Roxbury, NY"
  • 63.73 - Articles referring to the wrong Burroughs, 1921
  • 63.60 - EBK's notes and clippings re: JB's teaching experiences
  • 63.61 - EBK's notes and clippings re: JB's life in Washington
  • Folders 55.6-8 - EBK's notes on the Burroughs-Barrus Correspondence
  • 62.126 - EBK's notes on West Park and Riverby
  • 612.127 - EBK's notes from Effie Quinn's clippings related to Ulster County
  • 56.7 - Partial list by Clara Barrus of JB's manuscripts, 1925
  • 56.8 - Miscellaneous EBK notes and photocopies
  • Box 57 - Miscellaneous EBK annotations (does not include the items described)
  • 63.62 - Miscellaneous biographical and family material

SERIES VIII. RESEARCH AND LIBRARY

Material by and about others
  • 62.99 - Addams, Evangeline
  • 62.100 - Beal, Mary
  • 56.10 - Beal, Mary
  • 62.101 - Beals, Jessie Richmond Tarbox
  • 55.2 - Carmen, Bliss — Clippings collected by "Aunt" Laura Mackay
  • 62.102 - Crump, Walter Gray
  • 62.103 - Edison, Thomas Alva — News clippings
  • 62.104 - Edison, Thomas Alva — Pamphlets about
  • 62.105 - Edison, Thomas Alva — "Inspiration to Youth"
  • 62.106 - Edison, Thomas Alva — Photocopies of correspondence held by Rutgers
  • 62.107 - Edison, Thomas Alva — Winter home in Florida
  • 62.108 - Firestone Family
  • 62.109 - Fisher, Clyde
  • 62.110 - Ford, Henry
  • 62.111 - Ford, Henry
  • 56.9 - Fraleigh, Mary — pages copied from her journal
  • 62.112 - Gould Family
  • 53.47 - Hight, George Ainslee — Leather-bound manuscript translation of The Old English Exeter Book of Riddles , translated as a gift by Hight, also contains letter and envelope from Hight
  • 62.113 - Johnson, Clifton
  • 53.46 - Keeler, Charles A. — "To an Alaskan Glacier" (MS)
  • 62.114 - Lummis, Charles
  • 62.115 - Moran, Thomas
  • 55.3 - Nature Fakers — Drawing of Oriole's Nest by Long (includes JB's annotations)
  • 55.3 - Nature Fakers — Articles by Long and Demming and EBK's notes
  • 62.116 - Muir, John
  • 62.117 - Picket, Anita Truman
  • 62.118 - Rossevelt, Theodore
  • 62.119 - Rossevelt, Theodore — Sagamore Hill
  • 62.120 - Talbot, Frank and Amanda
  • 62.121 - Thoreau, Henry David
  • 50.19 - Whitman, Walt — "Real Summer Openings," NY Tribune, 20 May 1879 (2 photocopies)
  • 50.20 - Whitman, Walt — "The Dead Carlyle," Boston Literary World, 12 Feb 1881
  • 50.21 - Whitman, Walt — "Memories of President Lincoln," The Bibelot, Aug 1904
  • 50.22 - Whitman, Walt — "Supplementary Notes" for Leaves of Grass, 1871
  • 50.23 - Whitman, Walt — Advertisement for Leaves of Grass, 1872?
  • 50.23 - Whitman, Walt — William White's "A Walt Whitman Poster," American Book Collector, 1959
  • 65.12 - Whitman, Walt — 1976 facsimile of Centennial Post, 31 Dec 1876, with section on Leaves of Grass
  • 50.24 - Whitman, Walt — "Memories of Walt Whitman," by Alma Calder Johnston, sent to CB by Charles Elliot
  • 56.13 - Whitman, Walt — "At the graveside of Walt Whitman," The Conservator, Apr 1892
  • 50.25 - Whitman, Walt — Horace Traubel's record
  • 50.26 - Whitman, Walt — Miscellaneous biographical material
  • 50.27 - Whitman, Walt — Printed images
  • 64.10 - Whitman, Walt — Sketch
  • 64.11 - Whitman, Walt — Articles and reviews of biographies collected by CB and possibly JB
  • 50.28 - Whitman, Walt — Lists of Whitman materials collected by CB and possibly JB
  • 50.29 - Whitman, Walt — Lists if printed material owned by CB, at least some given by JB
  • 56.11 - Whitman, Walt — Articles about and reviews of biographies — collected by CB and possibly JB
  • 56.12 - Whitman, Walt — Clippings collected by EBK
  • 51.1 - Whitman, Walt — Birthplace
  • 51.2 - Whitman, Walt — Miscellaneous
  • 62.122 - Wiley, Farida
  • Box 61 - EBK's notecards of biographical information on people related to JB's life
  • 63.74 - London Times, 17 Dec 1920 — kept for article on bees?
Photocopies of title pages of books from Burroughs' library
  • 52.7 - Adams, Charles Joseph
  • 52.8 - Alexander, F. Matthias
  • 52.9 - Allen, Francis H.
  • 52.10 - Bacheller, Irving
  • 52.11 - Baker, Smith
  • 52.12 - Bates, Katherine Lee
  • 52.13 - Belt, Thomas
  • 52.14 - Benton, Charles
  • 52.15 - Bergson, Henri
  • 52.16 - Bigelow, Poultney
  • 52.17 - Borland, James, B.
  • 52.18 - Brodhead, J. Milliken Napier
  • 52.19 - Burroughs, John
  • 52.20 - Burt, Mary E.
  • 52.21 - Carlyle, Thomas
  • 52.22 - Carpenter, Edward
  • 52.23 - Cawein, Madison
  • 52.24 - Clare, Maurice
  • 52.25 - Denton, William
  • 52.26 - Dimock, A.W.
  • 52.27 - Elizabeth
  • 52.28 - Emerson, Ralph W
  • 52.29 - Frost, Robert
  • 52.30 - Garland, Hamlin
  • 52.31 - Gibson, William Hamilton
  • 52.32 - Gilder, Richard Watson
  • 52.33 - Grahame, James
  • 52.34 - Haldane, Joseph
  • 52.35 - Hale, Edward
  • 52.36 - Harris, Joel C.
  • 52.37 - Henderson, Alice Palmer
  • 52.38 - Holmes, Oliver Wendell
  • 52.39 - Hubbard, Ebert
  • 52.40 - Ibsen, Henrik
  • 52.41 - Ingersoll, Ernest
  • 52.42 - Jenks, Albert Ernest
  • 52.43 - Jesse, Edward
  • 52.44 - Keller, Helen
  • 52.45 - Kennedy, William Sloane
  • 52.46 - Kunz, George Frederick
  • 53.1 - Legallienne, Richard
  • 53.2 - Lloyd, J. William
  • 53.3 - Lord, William Rogers
  • 53.4 - Loveman, Robert
  • 53.5 - Lowell, James R
  • 53.6 - Lubbock, John
  • 53.7 - Lunt, Horace
  • 53.8 - Mabie, Hamilton W
  • 53.9 - McCulloch-Williams, Martha
  • 53.10 - Meany, Edmond S.
  • 53.11 - Miles, Emma B
  • 53.12 - Miller, Mary Rogers
  • 53.13 - Muir, John
  • 53.14 - Nelson, Harry Leverett
  • 53.15 - O'Connor, William
  • 53.16 - Pomeroy, H.S.
  • 53.17 - Porter, Grace Cleveland
  • 53.18 - Rankin, Henry B.
  • 53.19 - Rickert, Edith
  • 53.20 - Riddle, A.G.
  • 53.21 - Riley, James W
  • 53.22 - Roberts, Charles
  • 53.23 - Roosevelt, Theodore R
  • 53.24 - Scott, Walter
  • 53.25 - Scudder, Horace
  • 53.26 - Sinclair, Upton
  • 53.27 - Skinner, Charles M.
  • 53.28 - Sloane, Julia M.
  • 53.29 - Step, Edward
  • 53.30 - Stoddard, John L.
  • 53.31 - Stuart, Ruth McEnery
  • 53.32 - Swinburne, Algernon C
  • 53.33 - Terry, M.O.
  • 53.34 - Thoreau, Henry D
  • 53.35 - Trowbridge, John T
  • 53.36 - Van Dyke, John C.
  • 53.37 - Velvin, Ellen
  • 53.38 - Wade, Blanche Elizabeth
  • 53.39 - Washburn, Charles
  • 53.40 - Wheeler, W. Reginald
  • 53.41 - Whitman, Walt
  • 53.42 - Williams, Marshall Bruce
  • 53.43 - Witchell, C.A.
  • 53.44 - Wood, Frances
  • 53.45 - Miscellaneous

SERIES IX. PHOTOGRAPHS

Formal Portraits of Burroughs
  • Box 60 - Small framed daguerreotype (with a woven plait of JB's hair), 1857
  • 59.99 - Copy of early portrait, ca. 1860s
  • 58.1 - Outside with his dog "I Know" — Photographer: John Jewell Smith, before 1889
  • 60.5 - Outside with his dog "I Know" — Photographer: John Jewell Smith, before 1889
  • 60.6 - Seated at Slabsides — Photographer: M.H. Tannahill, 1900
  • 58.2 - Seated with book — Photographer: Laura Mackay, 1909
  • 58.3 - Seated with book — Photographer: Laura Mackay, 1909
  • 58.4 - Standing by the sea, presumably in California, 1911
  • 59.98 - Seated — Photographer: Charles F. Lummis, 1921
  • 58.5 - Standing at the edge of the Grand Canyon — Photographer: "Mr. Moon," n.d.
  • 58.6 - Seated — Photographer: possibly J. J. Smith, father of Hilda Smith, n.d.
  • 58.7 - Seated, n.d.
  • Box 66 - Seated, n.d. (framed)
  • 59.103 - Seated with folded hands, n.d.
  • 58.8 - Seated — Copy of portrait hung in West Park school house, n.d.
  • 58.9 - Standing at Slabsides steps — Copy from a postcard in the album of Katharine Brown White (VC 1912), n.d.
  • 58.10 - Writing at Slabsides desk — Photographer: Clifton Johnson, n.d.
  • 58.11 - Seated on Slabsides porch, n.d.
  • 64.6 - Standing on grounds at Riverby, n.d.
  • 60.7 - Standing on grounds at Riverby, n.d.
  • 60.8 - Head shot— Photographer: Pirie MacDonald, n.d.
Candids of Burroughs
  • 58.12 - Outside with his dog "I Know" at the Van Benschoten's — Photographer: probably John J. Smith, 1888 or 1889
  • 58.13 - Seated on a rock, ca. 1899
  • 58.14 - Fishing for trout at Ampusand, 1900
  • 58.15 - On the water at Upper Ausable, 1902
  • 58.16 - On a horse at the Gill Ranch, Montana, 1903
  • 60.3 - Standing above Lake Mohonk, 1904?
  • 58.17 - At the Roxmor Inn, Woodland Valley, NY — Copy from album of Elizabeth H. Haight (VC 1894), Sep. 1907
  • 64.5 - By the water at the Roxmor Inn, Woodland Valley, NY — Copy from album of Elizabeth H. Haight (VC 1894), Sep. 1907
  • 58.18 - In Pasadena, CA, Apr. 1909
  • 58.19 - Receiving honorary degree from Yale University, 1910
  • 58.20 - At Yale University — Photographer: Annabel Phelps, 1910
  • 59.26 - At Yale University in procession with faculty and administrators, 1910
  • 58.21 - Feeding bird indoors in Athens, GA — Photographer: Richard De Loach, 1913
  • 58.22 - Feeding bird indoors in Athens, GA — Photographer: Richard De Loach, 1913
  • 59.63 - Standing in front of the Walden cairn — Photographer: Glen Buck, 31 Aug 1913
  • 58.23 - Seated outside at Sachem Head, CT, 1915?
  • 58.24 - Walking in a field, n.d.
  • 58.25 - Clamming on Long Island — Photographer: Minnie Rouland (according to EBK's book), n.d.
  • 58.26 - Leaning on a post at the camp of Laura Mackay and Jeanne Bertrand, n.d.
  • 58.27 - Writing outside at the camp of Laura Mackay and Jeanne Bertrand, n.d.
  • 58.28 - Sitting on a rock at the camp of Laura Mackay and Jeanne Bertrand, n.d.
  • 58.29 - Writing on a rock at the camp of Laura Mackay and Jeanne Bertrand, n.d.
  • 58.30 - Standing in a field — Copy of image from album of Jeannette H. Ware (VC 1905), n.d.
  • 58.31 - Bird watching — Photographer: Clifton Johnson, n.d.
  • 58.32 - Standing in vineyards with a view of the Hudson — possibly at Riverby, n.d.
  • 58.33 - Examining a rabbit's nest — Photographer: Julian Burroughs, n.d.
  • 58.34 - Holding a skunk — Photographer: Julian Burroughs, n.d.
  • 58.35 - At Emerson's grave, Concord, MA, n.d.
  • 58.36 - Fishing in Frost Valley, NY, near the home of Mrs. Karl Connell, n.d.
  • 58.37 - Fishing in Frost Valley, NY, near the home of Mrs. Karl Connell, n.d.
  • 58.38 - Fishing in Frost Valley, NY, near the home of Mrs. Karl Connell, n.d. (negative)
  • 59.103 - Talking outside with 2 men, n.d.
Slabsides
  • 58.39 - Cabin exterior, ca. 1899
  • 58.40 - Cabin exterior, n.d.
  • 58.41 - Cabin exterior, n.d.
  • 58.42 - Cabin exterior, n.d.
  • 58.43 - Cabin exterior, n.d.
  • 58.44 - Cabin exterior, n.d.
  • 58.45 - Cabin exterior, n.d.
  • 58.46 - Cabin exterior, n.d.
  • 58.47 - Cabin exterior — "Slabsides from the spring" — Copy 1, n.d.
  • 58.48 - Cabin exterior — "Slabsides from the spring" — Copy 2, n.d.
  • 58.49 - Cabin interior — the hearth, n.d.
  • 58.50 - JB at writing desk — Copy 1, ca. 1900
  • 58.51 - JB at writing desk — Copy 2, ca. 1900
  • 58.52 - JB at writing desk — Copy 3, ca. 1900
  • 58.53 - JB at writing desk — Copy 4, ca. 1900
  • 58.54 - JB at writing desk, n.d.
  • 58.55 - JB in dining area — Copy from stereograph by Underwood and Underwood, n.d.
  • 60.19 - JB sitting in dining area, 1903 [cracked in two pieces — piece 1]
  • 60.20 - JB sitting in dining area, 1903 [cracked in two pieces — piece 2]
  • 58.56 - JB at top of porch steps, n.d.
  • 58.57 - JB standing on porch steps — Copy from album of Helen Clemence St. Peter (VC 1907), ca. 1907
  • 58.58 - JB sitting on porch steps — Copy from album of Helen Clemence St. Peter (VC 1907), ca. 1907
  • 58.59 - JB sitting on porch steps — Copy from album of Jeannette H. Ware (VC 1905), n.d.
  • 58.60 - JB sitting on porch steps with Anne Bowden (VC 1918) behind him — removed from album of an unidentified VC student, Fall 1908
  • 58.61 - JB sitting on porch steps — Photographer: Hildegarde Kneeland (VC 1911), n.d.
  • 58.62 - JB sitting on porch steps with his dog Rover II, ca. 1907
  • 58.63 - JB sitting on porch steps — Photographer: Herbert E. Mills (VC Economics Dept.), ca. 1914
  • 58.64 - JB sitting on porch steps — Photographer: Herbert E. Mills (VC Economics Dept.), ca. 1914
  • 58.65 - JB standing at base of porch steps, ca. 1911
  • 58.66 - JB standing at base of porch steps — removed from album of unidentified VC student, ca. 1908
  • 58.67 - JB sitting on porch, n.d.
  • 58.68 - JB sitting on porch with dog — Photographer: Herbert E. Mills (VC Economics Dept.)? n.d.
  • 58.69 - JB sitting outside cabin — Copy from album of Elizabeth Emerson Benedict (VC 1920), 1918
  • 58.70 - JB standing outside cabin, n.d.
  • 58.71 - JB sitting with back against cabin wall — from album of VC Class of 1914, n.d.
  • 58.72 - JB standing in field outside cabin, 1901
  • 58.73 - JB sawing wood outside the cabin, n.d.
  • 58.74 - JB sitting on rocks near the cabin, n.d.
  • 58.75 - JB sitting on rocks near the cabin — Photographer: "A.L.W" (VC 1906), ca. 1906
  • 58.76 - JB sitting on rocks near the cabin — Photographer: "A.L.W" (VC 1906) — Copy from album of Helen Clemence St. Peter (VC 1907), ca. 1906
  • 58.77 - JB sitting on "Julian's rock" above the cabin, n.d.
Riverby
  • 60.15 - Bark Study exterior, n.d.
  • 58.78 - Bark Study exterior, ca. 1894
  • 64.4 - JB in front of the Bark Study — Photographer: Walsh, n.d.
  • 58.79 - JB seated in the Bark Study — Photographer: Clyde Fisher, 6 Nov. 1915
  • 58.80 - JB collecting sap, n.d.
  • 58.81 - JB building a birdhouse, stone house in background, n.d.
Roxbury
  • 58.82 - Two women and a man (possibly JB) in the fields of "the old homestead," n.d.
  • 58.83 - JB bringing in the cows on the farm — Photographer: Julian Burroughs, n.d.
  • 58.84 - Cows in the fields with "Old Clump" in the background, n.d.
  • 58.85 - Winter scene including a sled in front of the 1850 farmhouse, n.d.
  • 58.86 - Rear view of "the milk house...the wood shed...and the old elm," n.d.
  • 58.87 - JB in front of Woodchuck Lodge — Copy of postcard, n.d.
  • 58.88 - JB in front of Woodchuck Lodge, n.d.
  • 58.89 - JB seated on "the giant stairs" near Woodchuck Lodge — Photographer: Clyde Fisher, 29 Sep. 1918
Burroughs and Vassar College
  • 60.13 - JB with students at the summer house at Riverby, 1894
  • 58.90 - JB with students at the summer house at Riverby — Found in Elizabeth H. Haight's copy of Wake-Robin, 1894
  • 58.91 - Henry Van Ingen and five members of VC 1894 on the road to Slabsides: Ellen Chater, Leonora Howe?, Henry Van Ingen, Elizabeth H. Haight, Lila Patterson, Katherine Spiers, and Ethel Moore, 1894
  • 58.134 - JB with Winifred Ball on Slabsides porch steps, 1896 or 1897
  • 58.135 - JB with Henry Van Ingen on Slabsides porch steps, 1896 or 1897
  • 58.92 - JB inside Slabsides with students including "Augusta," Mabel Patterson (VC 1899), Phebe Beadle (VC 1900), "Bent," and "Blanche," ca. 1899
  • 58.93 - JB picnicking with Vassar and Cornell students and faculty on top of Mt. Seward after a hike from Camp Ampusand, 1900
  • 58.94 - JB with Vassar and Cornell people at Camp Ampusand, 1900
  • 58.136 - JB with Adelaide Crapsey {VC 1901) outside Slabsides, 1901
  • 58.95 - JB with students on the porch steps at Slabsides — including Clare Allen (VC 1903), Elisabeth Allen (VC 1904), Constance Warren (VC 1904), Helen Kohlsaat (VC 1904), Helen Wood (VC 1904), Annie Wood (VC 1904) and others — Print from Glass Negative, May 1904
  • 58.96 - JB with students on the porch steps at Slabsides — including Clare Allen (VC 1903), Elisabeth Allen (VC 1904), Constance Warren (VC 1904), Helen Kohlsaat (VC 1904), Helen Wood (VC 1904), Annie Wood (VC 1904) and others — Copy from album of Ruth Crippen (VC 1904), May 1904
  • 58.97 - JB with students on the porch steps at Slabsides — including Clare Allen (VC 1903), Elisabeth Allen (VC 1904), Constance Warren (VC 1904), Helen Kohlsaat (VC 1904), Helen Wood (VC 1904), Annie Wood (VC 1904) and others — Copy from album of Jeanette H. Ware (VC 1905), May 1904
  • 58.98 - Students walking in the woods, presumably near Slabsides — Copy from album of Jeanette H. Ware (VC 1905), ca. 1904
  • 58.99 - JB with four members of VC 1905 on the porch steps at Slabsides: Claire Reiley?, Harriet Manning, Mary Reed, and Marie Pinckard, 1905
  • 58.100 - JB with teachers on the way to Slabsides, including Elizabeth H. Haight, 11 March 1906?
  • 58.137 - JB with Margaret Floy Washburn — Copy from album of Margaret L. Warner (VC 1910), ca. 1906-1910
  • 58.101 - JB with students and faculty on the porch steps at Slabsides — Copy from album of Helen Lathrop Thompson (VC 1911), 28 Oct. 1907
  • 58.102 - JB walking down road to Slabsides with students — Copy from album of Helen Clemence St. Peter (VC 1907), ca. 1907
  • 58.103 - JB with students sitting on rocks in front of Slabsides — Copy from album of Helen Clemence St. Peter (VC 1907), ca. 1907
  • 58.104 - JB with students picnicking on a hill — Copy from album of Helen Clemence St. Peter (VC 1907), ca. 1907
  • 58.105 - JB with students picnicking on a hill — Copy from album of Helen Clemence St. Peter (VC 1907), ca. 1907
  • 58.120 - JB speaking with students outside, 17 Oct 1908
  • 58.132 - JB speaking to students outside, 17 Oct 1908?
  • 58.106 - JB with students outside Slabsides in winter, ca. 1908
  • 58.107 - JB with students outside Slabsides in winter, ca. 1908
  • 58.108 - JB sitting in the woods with Vassar people including Elizabeth H. Haight (VC 1894) — Copy from Haight's album, Aug. 1909
  • 58.109 - JB sitting in the woods with Vassar people including Elizabeth H. Haight (VC 1894) — Copy from an alumnae album, Aug. 1909
  • 58.110 - JB picnicking under a tree at Stony Creek with Vassar people including, Helen Haight, Elizabeth H. Haight, their mother, Florence Gilman, Paul Swan, and others, 1909
  • 58.130 - JB sitting on porch at Stony Creek, where he visited with Vassar faculty, 1909
  • 58.131 - JB sitting on a hammock at Stony Creek, where he visited with Vassar faculty, 1909
  • 58.111 - JB with faculty outside Slabsides, 21 May 1910
  • 58.112 - JB with students on Slabsides porch behind him — Copy from an alumnae album, 1909?
  • 58.113 - JB with students on Slabsides porch steps behind him — Copy from an alumnae album, 1913
  • 58.114 - JB with students on Slabsides porch steps behind him — Copy from an alumnae album, 1913
  • 58.115 - JB with students in front of Slabsides — Photographer: Elizabeth Wright (VC 1916), 1914
  • 58.116 - JB on Slabsides porch with Mary Mills, Harold Mills, and unidentified woman — Photographer: Herbert E. Mills (VC Economics Dept.), ca. 1914
  • 58.117 - JB with students on Slabsides porch steps — Copy from VC Class of 1914 album, ca. 1914
  • 58.118 - JB with students on Slabsides porch steps behind him — Copy from album of Georgina R. Stone (VC 1914), ca. 1914
  • 58.133 - JB with Margaret F. Washburn on Slabsides porch behind him — Copy from album of Georgina R. Stone (VC 1914), ca. 1914
  • 58.119 - JB with students on rocks near Slabsides, 1917
  • 60.10 - JB at Founder's Day baseball game, 1919
  • 60.11 - JB at Founder's Day baseball game, 1919 [mounted]
  • 60.12 - JB at Founder's Day baseball game 1919 [enlarged and zoomed]
  • 58.121 - JB at Founder's Day baseball game — Copy from album of Phebe Poole Baxter (VC 1921), 1919
  • 58.122 - JB and students at Slabsides, ca. 1920
  • 58.123 - JB and students walking near Slabsides, ca. 1920
  • 58.124 - JB with students on Slabsides porch steps — Copy 1, n.d.
  • 58.125 - JB with students on Slabsides porch steps — Copy 2, n.d.
  • 58.126 - Students on Slabsides porch steps, n.d.
  • 58.127 - JB outside in a field, surrounded by students n.d.
  • 58.128 - Henry Noble MacCracken on the Slabsides porch steps, n.d.
  • 58.129 - JB talking to Marjorie and Henry Noble MacCracken near Slabsides, n.d.
  • 59.93 - JB, barely visible under an umbrella, with Vassar students, n.d.
  • Folder 63.63 - Photocopies of Burroughs images in Vassar College student albums
Burroughs with Family
  • 58.138 - JB and Julian Burroughs with a car given by Henry Ford, ca. 1914
  • 58.139 - JB holding Elizabeth Burroughs Kelley, ca. 1904
  • 58.140 - JB reading to granddaughters Elizabeth and Ursula — Photographer: Laura MacKay, n.d.
  • 58.141 - JB reading to granddaughters Elizabeth and Ursula — Photographer: Laura MacKay, n.d.
  • 58.142 - JB with grandson John Burroughs sitting in car given by Henry Ford, ca. 1914
  • 58.143 - JB with grandchildren Elizabeth, Ursula and John on "Boyhood Rock," n.d.
  • 58.144 - JB at Wisteria Cottage, La Jolla, CA, with granddaughter Ursula, Clara Barrus, and the Barrus nieces, n.d.
  • 58.145 - JB and his brother inside slabsides, n.d.
  • 58.146 - JB and family on the Wawee on the Hudson, n.d.
  • 58.147 - JB, Emily Burroughs, Granddaughter Ursula, Ethel Van Benschoten and Orlando Rouland on the Wawee on the Hudson, n.d.
  • 58.148 - JB and family with a car in front of house in Roxbury?, n.d.
  • 58.149 - JB with Laura MacKay at Roxbury, 1913
  • 60.2 - JB with Ursula, Clara Barrus, and other Barrus family at Lake Mohonk, 1904
Burroughs with Friends
  • 58.150 - JB with Bertrude Ballard at Squirrel Island, ME, 1918
  • 58.151 - JB with Clara Barrus in a field, n.d.
  • 58.152 - JB with Clara Barrus on a bench, n.d.
  • 58.153 - JB with Poultney Bigelow, n.d.
  • 58.154 - JB with Luther Burbank, Edith Simonds, and Henry F. Finch in Santa Rosa, CA, 16 June 1909
  • 58.155 - JB with Luther Burbank, Mr. and Mrs. Hart and Mrs. Finch in Santa Rosa, CA, 16 June 1909
  • 58.156 - JB with Thomas Edison, Harvey Firestone, Harvey Firestone, Jr., Henry Ford and Fred Seeley in front of the Grove Park Inn, Asheville, NC, n.d. [image slightly torn]
  • 59.27 - JB with Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, Fort Meyers, FL, 1914 [postcard]
  • 59.28 - JB with Thomas Edison, Harvey Firestone, Henry Ford, Edward N. Hurly, and unidentified man, n.d.
  • 58.157 - JB with Henry Ford in the original Ford automobile in Dearborn, 1913
  • 58.158 - JB with Henry Ford in Ford's Office, 1913?
  • 58.159 - JB with Henry Ford and Frank Sanborn at Walden Pond — Photographer: Glen Buck, 31 Aug 1913
  • 59.62 - JB with Henry Ford and Frank Sanborn at Walden Pond, 31 Aug 1913
  • 59.64 - JB with Henry Ford, Frank Sanborn and Mrs. Buck in the Emerson Garden, Concord, MA — Photographer: Glen Buck, 31 Aug 1913
  • 58.160 - JB with Hamlin Garland at Woodchuck Lodge— Photographer: George Stone, 20 July 1919
  • 58.161 - JB with Hamlin Garland, Clara Barrus and Others at Yama Farms, 2 Apr 1920
  • 58.162 - JB chopping wood at Yama Farms on his 83rd birthday, 3 Apr 1920
  • 58.163 - JB with William Keith on Mt. Tamalpais, CA, 28 Apr 1909
  • 59.24 - JB with "Mr. Lu," 71 Elm Street, Oneonta, Aug 1902
  • 58.164 - JB with John Muir at the Grand Canyon, 1909
  • 58.165 - JB standing with John Muir near Pasadena, CA, 1909
  • 58.166 - JB sitting with John Muir near Pasadena, CA, 1909
  • 59.1 - JB posing for Pietro at Woodchuck Lodge, n.d.
  • 59.2 - JB posing for Pietro at Woodchuck Lodge, n.d.
  • 59.3 - JB posing for Pietro at Woodchuck Lodge, n.d.
  • 59.4 - JB with Edith and Theodore Roosevelt on Slabsides porch — Photographer: Julian Burroughs, 10 July 1903
  • 59.5 - JB with Theodore Roosevelt and others at Fort Yellowstone — copy of Underwood and Underwood stereograph? 1903
  • 59.6 - JB with Orlando and Minnie Rouland on Slabsides porch with dog, n.d.
  • 60.9 - JB with Orlando and Minnie Rouland, n.d.
  • 59.7 - JB with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seaman of Yama Farms, n.d.
  • 59.8 - JB with Helen Gould Sheppard and the Gould Family and friends at Roxbury, n.d.
  • 59.9 - JB with Helen Gould Sheppard and the Gould Family and friends at Roxbury, n.d.
  • 59.10 - JB with Helen Gould Sheppard and the Gould Family and friends at Roxbury, n.d.
  • 59.11 - JB with Helen Gould Sheppard and the Gould Family and friends at Roxbury, n.d.
  • 59.12 - JB with Helen Gould Sheppard and the Gould Family and friends at Roxbury, n.d.
  • 59.13 - JB with sons of Helen Gould Sheppard at Roxbury, 1915
  • 59.14 - JB with others at a pageant on Helen Gould Sheppard's farm at Roxbury, 1915
  • 59.15 - JB with others at a pageant on Helen Gould Sheppard's farm at Roxbury, 1915
  • 59.16 - Pageant on Helen Gould Sheppard's farm at Roxbury, 1915
  • 59.17 - JB with Ida Tarbox, Julian Burroughs and others, n.d.
  • 59.18 - JB with "Mrs. Knox Taylor" (Sarah K. Taylor?) — with note on back from JB, 27 March 1907
  • 59.19 - JB with the Van Benschotens and Lyalls outside Slabsides, 15 May 1905
  • 59.20 - JB with undidentified people in swimsuits — photo of a another photo, n.d.
  • 59.21 - JB with unidentified child on Slabsides steps, n.d.
  • 59.22 - JB with unidentified man at Lake View Point, Cascade Park, 24 May 1910
  • 59.23 - JB with unidentified woman on Slabsides steps, n.d.
  • 59.25 - JB with unidentified child at Roxmor Inn, Woodland Valley, 1907
Friends and Family (not including Burroughs)
  • 59.29 - Barrus, Clara — in "The Nest" at Riverby, June 1921
  • 59.30 - Barrus, Clara — Portrait, n.d.
  • Folders 59.31-46 - Beal, Mary — Portraits and snapshots, 1909-1927, n.d.
  • 59.47-48 - Beal, Mary — Photos of California, mostly the Mojave, ca.1909-1950
  • 59.49 - Beal, Mary — Photos of the Paiute, n.d.
  • 59.50 - Burroughs, Emily — with her three children at Woodchuck Lodge, n.d.
  • 59.51 - Burroughs, Julian — Photographer: Beth Elinor Fisher, 25 Apr 1926
  • 60.14 - Burroughs, Julian — in his boat on the Shataca — Photographer: Julian Burroughs, n.d.
  • 59.52 - Burroughs, Ursula — holding Elizabeth Burroughs Kelley, ca. 1904
  • 59.53 - Burroughs, Ursula? n.d.
  • 59.102 - Burroughs Family, miscellaneous and unidentified, 1921, n.d.
  • 59.54 - Carmen, Bliss — from Laura MacKay's Carmen material, n.d.
  • 59.55 - Connell, Mrs. Karl — Photographer: John Burroughs, ca. 1916
  • 59.56 - Darwin, Charles — Purchased by JB in London, 1881
  • 59.57 - Edison, Thomas — with Mina Edison at West Park, possibly for JB's funeral, n.d.
  • 59.58 - Emerson and Hawthorne — Graves and the Old Manse — EBK's snapshots
  • 59.59 - North, Amanda — with unidentified girl, n.d.
  • 59.60 - Rickert, Edith — Copy of photo she presented to JB in 1906
  • 59.61 - Roosevelt, Theodore — Possibly at Yosemite, n.d.
  • 60.16 - Sanderson, Gertrude, n.d.
  • 59.65 - Thoreau, Henry David — Bust by Walton Ricketson, inscribed to JB by the artist, n.d.
  • 59.66 - Thoreau, Henry David — Artifacts and home interiors — EBK's snapshots
  • 59.67 - Thoreau, Henry David — Grave and home exteriors — EBK's snapshots
  • 59.68 - Thoreau, Henry David — Walden Pond and Concord River — EBK's snapshots
  • 59.69 - Traubel, Anne — with her children Gertrude and Wallace, July 1894
  • 59.70 - Whitman, Walt — Tintype copy of 1842 daguerreotype, ca. 1870
  • 59.71 - Whitman, Walt — snapshot of the 1842 tintype and information about it from EBK and William Culp Darrah
  • 59.72 - Whitman, Walt — Smaller version of portait that hung in Slabsides
  • 59.73 - Whitman, Walt — Birthplace — EBK's snapshots
  • 60.17 - Whitman, Walt — damaged "when Slabsides was sprayed," n.d.
  • 60.18 - Whitman, Walt — Photographer: Sophie Williams, 1886
  • 60.21 - Whitman, Walt — Photographer: George Gardner Rockwood
  • 59.96 - Whitman, Walt — with cardboard butterfly [copy of ca. 1873 image at Library of Congress]
  • 59.97 - Whitman, Walt — grave site
  • 59.74 - Wiley, Farida — Holding a chick, n.d.
  • 59.75 - Wiley, Farida — At JB's grave with others, n.d.
Schools
  • 59.76 - Roxbury, NY — attended — EBK's snapshot
  • 59.77 - Harpersfield, NY — Wanted to attend — JB seated on steps
  • 59.78 - Harpersfield, NY — Wanted to attend — JB standing in front
  • 59.79 - Harpersfield, NY — Wanted to attend — JB walking up road
  • 59.80 - Hedding Literary Institute, Ashland Seminary, NY — attended 1854-1855 — copy of sketch
  • 59.87 - Tongore, NY — Taught at, 1854-1855 — sent to JB by Mrs. Cragin, 1900
  • 59.88 - Tongore, NY — Taught at, 1854-1855 — copy of exterior shot, ca. 1900
  • 59.81 - Polo, IL — Taught at, 1856-1857 — 3 photos of the town
  • 59.82 - Highland Falls, NY — Taught at, 1857 — 3 EBK snapshots
  • 59.83 - Highland Falls, NY — Taught at, 1857 — copy of school house photo illustration
  • 59.84 - Rosendale, NY — Taught at, 1858 — EBK's snapshot
  • 59.85 - Marlboro, NY — Taught at, 1861 — 4 EBK snapshots
  • 59.86 - West Point Military Academy, NY — Used the library of, 1863
Miscellaneous
  • 59.89 - The Harriman Expedition, 1899
  • 59.90 - Sculpture of Burroughs in Toledo, OH
  • 64.3 - Portrait by Princess Lwoff-Parlaghy
  • 59.91 - Falls on Black Creek, near Slabsides
  • 59.92 - Illustration of U.S. Treasury Building, Washington, D.C., ca. 1865
  • 59.100 - Illustration of the Capitol building, Washington, D.C., ca. 1865
  • 59.101 - Burroughs home in Washington, D.C — EBK's snapshots
  • 59.94 - Interior of Minnie Rouland's home in Twighlight Park, NY
  • 59.95 - Rouland portrait of JB
  • 60.4 - Mohonk Mountain House — Photographer: John Burroughs, 1904?
  • 60.1 - Album of Charles Lumis cyanotypes, sent to Clara Barrus by Lumis in 1922
  • Box 60 - Album of snapshots of a camping trip to Ampersand Creek in the Adirondacks, Aug 1900
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