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Emily Dickinson Collection, 1840-2005 (Bulk: 1850-1955)
21 Linear feet : 24 archives boxes, 8 half archives boxes, 8 oversize boxes, 6 objects
Collection number: MA.00167

Abstract:
The collection documents the creative work and personal life of Emily Dickinson, spanning her lifetime, from 1830 to 1886; her family and friends; and the early publication history of her work. It also includes material from Dickinson scholars Mabel Loomis Todd, Millicent Todd Bingham, Jay Leyda, and others. The collection includes original poems, manuscripts, and letters from Dickinson to family and friends; images of the poet, including the daguerreotype and silhouette; physical artifacts related to Dickinson; manuscript transcriptions; printers' copies and proofs; Mabel Loomis Todd's correspondence, research indices, and writings; and material from or about Dickinson's friends and family, including correspondence, photographs, objects, and scrapbooks.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

Because of the fragile nature of these unique materials, access to original Dickinson manuscripts is extremely limited. High resolution images of all of the Dickinson manuscripts held by Amherst College are freely available online via Amherst College Digital Collections (https://acdc.amherst.edu/). Use of the original artifacts is strictly limited to researchers working on the materiality of these objects (paper studies, ink/pencil studies, etc.); all other researchers will be required to use the digital surrogates. Requests to use the original manuscripts must be approved by the Head of Archives and Special Collections.

Restrictions on use:

Requests for permission to publish material from the Collection should be directed to the Head of Archives and Special Collections. All of Dickinson's poems and letters published before 1923 are in the public domain. Permission to quote from the Johnson and Franklin editions should be directed to Office of Copyrights and Permissions, Harvard University Press, 79 Garden Street, Cambridge, Mass. 02138-1499 (tel. 617-495-2600; fax 617-496-4677). It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Amherst College Archives and Special Collections

Biographical Note

Emily Elizabeth Dickinson was born in Amherst, Massachusetts, on December 10, 1830 to Edward Dickinson (AC 1823) and Emily Norcross Dickinson. She attended Amherst Academy from 1840 to 1847, then enrolled at Mount Holyoke Female Seminary from 1847 to 1848. She remained in Amherst for the rest of her life, and traveled only briefly to Boston, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.

For virtually her entire adult life, Emily lived in the Dickinson home at 280 Main Street with her father, mother, and her younger sister, Lavinia, who Emily called "Vinnie." Her brother, (William) Austin (AC 1850) lived next door with his wife, Susan Huntington Gilbert, one of Emily's closest friends. Emily was very close to their three children, Ned (Edward) (AC 1884), Mattie (Martha), and Gib (Thomas Gilbert). After the death of her father in 1874 and her mother the following year, Emily remained in the family home, living alone with Vinnie. Emily died there on May 15, 1886, at the age of 55. Renowned for a severe reclusiveness that began when she was in her 20s, Dickinson maintained warm and close relationships with family and friends through the medium of letters, frequently containing poems. Some of her most frequent correspondents outside of her family were childhood friends Abiah Root and Emily Fowler (Ford); her friend and later sister-in-law, Susan Huntington Gilbert (Dickinson); Samuel Bowles, editor of the Springfield Republican; Reverend Charles Wadsworth, a minister and poet; Thomas Wentworth Higginson, writer and liberal activist; Josiah Gilbert and Elizabeth Chapin Holland; and Adelaide Spencer (Mrs. Henry) Hills. A significant correspondent around 1858-1861 was a mysterious love interest who Dickinson referred to as "Master." It is not clear who this person may have been or what form any relationship between them took - only three draft letters by Dickinson to "Master" are known. Another important person Dickinson's life was Judge Otis Phillips Lord, with whom Dickinson had a romantic relationship starting in the late 1870s until his death in 1884.

Although Emily and Lavinia were very close, and Lavinia was aware that Emily wrote poetry, she was not aware of the extent of her sister's writing. Upon Emily's death, Lavinia discovered how prolific and talented her sister had been when she found 1,775 poems in Emily's bureau drawer. Emily wrote some 1,789 poems, some contained in letters to friends and family, some sewn together in little bundles called fascicles that Emily stored in her drawers, some written on scraps of paper like shopping lists or envelope flaps. Lavinia preserved the poems she found, distributing them between Mabel Loomis Todd and Susan Dickinson, but destroyed all of Emily's correspondence in accord with her sister's previously expressed wishes.

Within 10 years of Emily's death, three volumes of her poetry and two volumes of her letters were published by Thomas Wentworth Higginson and Mabel Loomis Todd, a woman with whom Austin had a long-term affair during his marriage to Susan. Emily Dickinson's niece, Martha Dickinson Bianchi (Austin's daughter), also helped to publish her aunt's poetry beginning in 1914.

It was not until 1955, when Harvard published The Poems of Emily Dickinson edited by Thomas Johnson, that all of Dickinson's poetry was available in a single source. In 1960, Jay Leyda published The Years and Hours of Emily Dickinson, a chronological documentation of the events in the lives of Emily Dickinson and her family and friends. In 1998, Ralph W. Franklin, published The Poems of Emily Dickinson, which documents revisions and different versions of the poet's work.

Unknown during her lifetime, Emily Dickinson is known today as one of the world's most important and loved poets of all-time, in any language.

EMILY DICKINSON CHRONOLOGY
1813
Samuel Fowler Dickinson builds the "Homestead" on Main Street.
1820-1821
Samuel Fowler Dickinson serves on the building committee and provides major financial support for the construction of the first Amherst College building, South College.
1828 May 6
Edward Dickinson (AC 1823) and Emily Norcross marry.
1829 Apr 16
(William) Austin Dickinson (AC 1850), Emily's brother, born in Amherst, Massachusetts.
1830 Dec 10
Emily Elizabeth Dickinson born in Amherst, Massachusetts.
1833 Feb 28
Lavinia Norcross Dickinson, Emily's sister, born in Amherst, Massachusetts.
1835 Aug 4
Edward Dickinson appointed Treasurer of Amherst College.
1835 Sep 7
Emily Dickinson begins studying at primary school.
1840 Apr
Dickinson family moves from the Homestead to a house on West Street (later North Pleasant Street)
1840 Sep 7
Emily Dickinson begins studies at Amherst Academy.
1844 May-Jun
Emily Dickinson visits relatives in Boston following the death of her friend Sophia Holland.
1845
Emily Dickinson silhouette cut by Charles Temple (AC1845), her former French instructor at Amherst Academy.
1846 Aug-Sep
Emily Dickinson travels to Boston for her health.
1846 Dec 10-ca. 1847 late Mar
Emily Dickinson daguerreotype made by William C. North, "Daguerrian Artist," in Amherst.
1847 Aug
Emily Dickinson graduates from Amherst Academy.
1847 Sep
Emily Dickinson begins at Mount Holyoke Female Seminary.
1848 Aug
Emily Dickinson withdraws from Mount Holyoke and returns home to Amherst.
1850 Feb
"Magnum bonum" published for Valentines day in The Indicator, an Amherst College student publication.
1851 Sep 6-22
Emily Dickinson and Lavinia Dickinson visit Boston.
1852 Feb 20
"Sic transit gloria mundi" published by the Springfield Republican under the title "A Valentine."
1852 Dec 17
Edward Dickinson elected Representative to Congress.
1855 [Feb-Mar]
Emily Dickinson and Lavinia Dickinson travel to Washington, D.C.
1855 [Mar 4]
Emily Dickinson meets the Reverend Charles Wadsworth in Philadelphia.
1855 Nov
Emily Norcross Dickinson, the poet's mother, becomes ill.
1855 Nov
Dickinson family moves back to the Homestead.
1856 Jul 1
William Austin Dickinson marries Susan Huntington Gilbert.
1858
Emily Dickinson begins recording poems in fascicles (sewn packets).
1858 Spring
Emily Dickinson drafts the first surviving "Master" letter (AC no. 827).
1858 Aug 2
"Nobody knows this little rose" published by the Springfield Republican under the title "To Mrs. ----, with a Rose. [Surreptitiously communicated to The Republican.]"
1860 [Mar]
Reverend Charles Wadsworth visits Emily Dickinson in Amherst.
1861 Early
Emily Dickinson drafts second surviving "Master" letter (AC no. 829).
1861 May 4
"I taste a liquor never brewed" published by the Springfield Republican under the title "The May-Wine."
1861 June 19
Austin and Susan Dickinson's first child, Edward Austin (Ned) (AC 1884), is born.
1861 Summer
Emily Dickinson drafts third surviving "Master" letter (AC no. 828).
1862 Mar 1
"Safe in their Alabaster Chambers" published by the Springfield Republican under the title "The Sleeping."
1862 Apr
Emily Dickinson begins corresponding with writer and liberal activist Thomas Wentworth Higginson.
1864 Mar
"Flowers - Well - if anybody" published by Drum Beat, Springfield Republican and Boston Post under the title "Flowers"
1864 Mar 11
"These are the days when birds come back" published by Drum Beat under the title "October."
1864 Mar 12
"Some keep the Sabbath Going to Church" published by the Round Table under the title "My Sabbath."
1864 Feb, Mar
"Blazing in Gold, and Quenching in Purple" published by Drum Beat and the Springfield Republican under the title "Sunset."
1864 Apr 27
"Success is counted sweetest" published by the Brooklyn Daily Union.
1864 Apr-Nov
Emily Dickinson in Boston for eye treatment.
1864 May 13
Austin Dickinson drafted to fight in the Civil War; he pays $500 for a substitute.
1865 [Apr]
Emily Dickinson returns to Boston for eye treatment.
1866 Feb 14, 17
"A narrow fellow in the grass" published by the Springfield Republican under the title "The Snake."
1866 Nov 29
Susan and Austin Dickinson's second child, Martha Gilbert (Mattie), is born.
1870 Aug 16
Thomas Wentworth Higginson visits Emily Dickinson in Amherst.
1872 Jul 10
Edward Dickinson resigns as Treasurer of Amherst College, Austin Dickinson succeeds him as Treasurer in 1873.
1873 Dec 3
Thomas Wentworth Higginson visits Emily Dickinson for a second time.
1874 Jun 16
Edward Dickinson dies.
1875 Jun 15
Emily Norcross Dickinson is paralyzed.
1875 Aug 1
Susan and Austin Dickinson's third child, Thomas Gilbert (Gib), is born.
1877 June 28
Samuel Bowles visits Emily Dickinson in Amherst.
1878 Nov 20
"Success is counted sweetest" published in A Masque of Poets.
1880 [Aug]
Reverend Charles Wadsworth visits Emily Dickinson in Amherst.
1880 Aug-Sep
Judge Otis Lord and nieces visit Amherst.
1880 Dec 25
Judge Otis Lord gives Emily Dickinson Complete Concordance to Shakspere.
1881 Apr
Judge Otis Lord guest at The Evergreens.
1882 Apr 1
Reverend Charles Wadsworth dies.
1882 Apr 16
Judge Otis Lord visits Emily Dickinson in Amherst.
1882 May 1
Judge Otis Lord critically ill.
1882 Nov 14
Emily Norcross Dickinson dies.
1883 Oct 5
Thomas Gilbert (Gib), Emily Dickinson's nephew, dies at the age of eight of typhoid fever.
1884 Mar 15
Judge Otis Lord dies.
1886 May 15
Emily Dickinson dies.
1886 May 19
Emily Dickinson's funeral in The Homestead library.
1890 Nov 12
Poems, the first published volume of Emily Dickinson's poetry, edited by Thomas Wentworth Higginson and Mabel Loomis Todd, is published by Roberts Brothers.
1891 Nov 19
The second series of Poems, edited by Thomas Wentworth Higginson and Mabel Loomis Todd, is published by Roberts Brothers.
1894 Nov 21
Letters of Emily Dickinson in 2 volumes, edited by Mabel Loomis Todd, is published by Roberts Brothers.
1895 Aug 16
William Austin Dickinson dies.
1896 Sep 1
Mabel Loomis Todd edits the third series of Poems, published by Roberts Brothers.
1896 Nov 16
Lavinia Dickinson files a suit against Mabel Loomis Todd over a piece of land she had earlier deeded to the Todds at Austin's request. The case is decided in Lavinia's favor.
1899 Aug 31
Lavinia Dickinson dies.
1903 Jul 19
Martha Dickinson marries Alexander Emmanuel Bianchi, known as "Count Bianchi," of Russia at the Church of the Russian Embassy in Dresden, Germany.
1913 May 12
Susan Dickinson dies.
1914
The Single Hound, edited by Martha Dickinson Bianchi, is published by Little, Brown and Company.
1924
The Life and Letters of Emily Dickinson, edited by Martha Dickinson Bianchi, is published by Jonathan Cape.
1924
The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson, edited by Martha Dickinson Bianchi and Alfred Leete Hampson, is published by Little, Brown and Company.
1929
Further Poems of Emily Dickinson, edited by Martha Dickinson Bianchi, is published by Little, Brown and Company.
1931
Letters of Emily Dickinson, edited by Mabel Loomis Todd, is published by Harper Brothers.
1932
Emily Dickinson Face to Face: Unpublished Letters with Notes and Reminiscences by Martha Dickinson Bianchi is published by Houghton Mifflin Company.
1932 Oct 14
Mabel Loomis Todd dies.
1935
Unpublished Poems of Emily Dickinson, edited by Martha Dickinson Bianchi and Alfred Leete Hampson, is published by Little, Brown and Company.
1937
Poems by Emily Dickinson, edited by Martha Dickinson Bianchi and Alfred Leete Hampson, is published by Little, Brown and Company.
1943 Dec 21
Martha Dickinson Bianchi dies. She bequeaths The Evergreens to Alfred Leete Hampson, it later passes into the hands of his widow, Mary Landis Hampson.
1945
Bolts of Melody: New Poems of Emily Dickinson, edited by Mabel Loomis Todd and Millicent Todd Bingham, is published by Harper and Brothers.
1945
Ancestors' Brocades by Millicent Todd Bingham is published by Harper and Brothers.
1951
Emily Dickinson's Letters to Dr. And Mrs. Josiah Gilbert Holland, edited by Theodora Van Wagenen Ward, is published by Harvard University Press.
1954
Emily Dickinson: A Revelation by Millicent Todd Bingham is published by Harper and Brothers.
1955
The Poems of Emily Dickinson in 3 volumes, edited by Thomas H. Johnson, is published by Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.
1955
Emily Dickinson's Home by Millicent Todd Bingham is published by Harper and Brothers.
1956 Mar 23
Millicent Todd Bingham donates the majority of the Emily Dickinson Collection material to Amherst College. The donation includes 850 poems and fragments, 350 letters, publication material, and objects, including the Dickinson daguerreotype and silhouette.
1958
The Letters of Emily Dickinson in 3 volumes, edited by Thomas H. Johnson and Theodora Ward, is published by Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.
1960
The Years and Hours of Emily Dickinson by Jay Leyda is published by Yale University Press.
1965 Jan
Amherst College purchases the Dickinson Homestead.
1965 Dec 1
Millicent Todd Bingham dies.
1983 Apr 18
A lock of Emily Dickinson's hair and letter to Emily Fowler (AC no. 72) are given to Amherst College by William R. Bailey in memory of his mother, Gillian Barr Bailey, and in the name of himself and his brothers and sisters.
1986
The Master Letters of Emily Dickinson, edited by R. W. Franklin, is published by Amherst College Press.
1988 Jan 3
Mary Landis Hampson, the last owner of The Evergreens, dies.
1991
The ownership of The Evergreens passes to the Martha Dickinson Bianchi Trust. The trust was established by Mary Landis Hampson in her will to preserve The Evergreens as a cultural resource.
1998
The Poems of Emily Dickinson, Variorum Edition, edited by Ralph W. Franklin, is published by Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.
1998
Emily Dickinson: A Letter is published by Amherst College Press. It is republished with a revised introduction in 2006.
2003 Jan
The Martha Dickinson Bianchi Trust transfers ownership of The Evergreens to Amherst College. The Emily Dickinson Museum is created, composed of The Homestead and The Evergreens.
2006 Dec
Three additional Dickinson manuscripts and an envelope (Ms. 53-56) are given to Amherst College by Thomas Michie.

This chronology was adapted from The Cambridge Companion to Emily Dickinson, edited by Wendy Martin; The Life of Emily Dickinson by Richard Sewall; and Archives and Special Collections files.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Emily Dickinson Collection documents the creative work and personal life of Emily Dickinson, spanning her lifetime, from 1830 to 1886; her family and friends; and the early publication history of her work. The Collection also includes material from Dickinson scholars Mabel Loomis Todd, Millicent Todd Bingham, Jay Leyda, and others. The bulk of the material falls into the period 1850-1955. The Collection occupies approximately 21 linear feet of shelf space.

This collection includes original poems, manuscripts, and letters from Emily Dickinson to family and friends; images of the poet including the daguerreotype and silhouette; physical artifacts related to Emily Dickinson; manuscript transcriptions; printers' copies and proofs; Mabel Loomis Todd's correspondence, research indices, and writings; and material from or about Dickinson's friends and family, including correspondence, photographs, objects, and scrapbooks.

This collection is organized into seven series:

Series:
  1. POEMS AND LETTERS
  2. PUBLICATIONS: PRODUCTION MATERIAL
  3. OBJECTS: ARTIFACTS AND REALIA
  4. FAMILY AND FRIENDS
  5. BIOGRAPHICAL AND GENEALOGICAL MATERIAL
  6. MILLICENT TODD BINGHAM MATERIAL
  7. COLLECTION-RELATED MATERIAL

Since material in the Collection had been rearranged before it was received, there is no evidence of original order. The majority of the manuscripts were organized, listed and numbered by Jay Leyda prior to donation in 1956. After donation to Amherst, the manuscripts remained in the order given by Leyda and researchers used a card catalogue system created by him for access to the materials. Between 1999 and 2006, the Collection was reviewed and arranged and described following current archival standards, while maintaining the previous Leyda manuscript numbers. The result is more detailed access to information in all parts of the Collection. When possible, documentation about previous handling was maintained.

Emily Dickinson poems and transciptions in this collection are described by first line appearing on the item, even if the line has been identified as a portion from a larger Dickinson poem.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

Because of the fragile nature of these unique materials, access to original Dickinson manuscripts is extremely limited. High resolution images of all of the Dickinson manuscripts held by Amherst College are freely available online via Amherst College Digital Collections (https://acdc.amherst.edu/). Use of the original artifacts is strictly limited to researchers working on the materiality of these objects (paper studies, ink/pencil studies, etc.); all other researchers will be required to use the digital surrogates. Requests to use the original manuscripts must be approved by the Head of Archives and Special Collections.

Restrictions on use:

Requests for permission to publish material from the Collection should be directed to the Head of Archives and Special Collections. All of Dickinson's poems and letters published before 1923 are in the public domain. Permission to quote from the Johnson and Franklin editions should be directed to Office of Copyrights and Permissions, Harvard University Press, 79 Garden Street, Cambridge, Mass. 02138-1499 (tel. 617-495-2600; fax 617-496-4677). It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

[Identification of item], in Emily Dickinson Collection [Box #, Folder #], Amherst College Archives and Special Collections, Amherst College Library

History of the Collection

History of the Collection and its Organization

The majority of the materials in the Emily Dickinson Collection were given to the College on March 23, 1956, by Millicent Todd Bingham, the daughter of David Peck Todd (AC 1875) and Mabel Loomis Todd, and herself a Dickinson scholar and editor. The original collection consisted of 850 poems and fragments of poems; 350 letters, notes, and drafts to and from family and friends; the daguerreotype and silhouette of Emily Dickinson; and the extensive correspondence and publication material of Mabel Loomis Todd and Millicent Todd Bingham. The majority of the Dickinson manuscripts were given to Mabel Loomis Todd by Lavinia Dickinson after her sister's death. Others were gathered by Todd from Dickinson's correspondents through personal request and a number of well publicized efforts to gather Dickinson material. Millicent Todd Bingham inherited these from her mother. The remainder of the materials in the collection came to Amherst College from various sources beginning in 1936 and continuing to the present.

Information About Books Owned, Inscribed or Attributed to Ownership by Dickinson

Archives and Special Collections owns a number of books that were owned, inscribed by or attributed to the ownership of Emily Dickinson. The books are listed below; additional information is available through the Amherst College Library catalog.

These three books bear inscriptions by Emily Dickinson:

Titles:
  1. Virgil, Publii Virgilii Maronis Opera, or, The Works of Virgil. New York: N. and J. White, 1838. (PS1541.Z9 V5)
  2. Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, Aurora Leigh. New York, Boston: C. S. Francis, 1859. (PR 4185 .A1 1859)
  3. Browning, Robert, Men and Women. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1866. (RBR D56Za Bro)

These seven books bear no mark of Dickinson's ownership but were found standing on the same shelf with two books bearing her inscription:

  1. Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, Essays on the Greek Christian Poets and the English Poets. New York: James Miller, 1863. (RBR D65Za Br Es)
  2. Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, Last Poems. New York: James Miller, 1864. (RBR D56Za Br L)
  3. Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, Poems by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. New York: E. S. Francis, 1861 (RBR D56Za Br Po)
  4. Jameson, Anna Brownell, Memoirs of the loves of the poets. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1857. (RBR D56Za Ja M)
  5. Jameson, Anna Brownell, Studies, stories, and memoirs. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1859. (RBR) D56Za Ja St)
  6. Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, Poems. Boston, Ticknor and Fields, 1861. (RBR D56Za Lo)
  7. Whittier, John Greenleaf, The Poetical Works. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1861. (RBR D56Za Wh)

Additional Information
Contact Information
Amherst College Archives and Special Collections
Robert Frost Library
PO Box 5000
Amherst, MA 01002-5000

Phone: (413) 542-2299
Fax: (413) 542-2692

Email Reference Form: http://www.amherst.edu/library/archives/askus
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Language
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Contents List
Series 1: Poems and Letters



Subseries A: Poems



Scope and content:

Series 1, POEMS AND LETTERS, contains Dickinson's manuscript poems and letters and some letters and documents from others, as well as some transcriptions of poems and letters.

Arrangement:

The poems and letter in this series were largely organized by Jay Leyda in the 1950s when the collection was still in private hands. The order and numbering system that he gave to the collection is maintained because it has been widely referenced. Manuscripts are ordered by "Amherst number." Amherst numbers are alternatively known as "Leyda numbers." Manuscripts are most frequently cited by the numbers assigned to them by Ralph Franklin in his The Poems of Emily Dickinson, Variorum Edition (1998) or by Thomas Johnson in his The Poems of Emily Dickinson (1955) and The Letters of Emily Dickinson (1958). Appendix 1 is a conversion table that shows the correlation between Amherst numbers (A#), Franklin numbers (F#), Johnson numbers (J#) and first lines. A card index and electronic database listing the poems and letters are also available in the repository.

Leyda's numbering system generally gives one number to each individual poem or letter, exceptions include letters from others that were enclosed with an Emily Dickinson letter. His numbering scheme can be read as follows: A single number (#) indicates one sheet of paper with writing on one side. A number followed by a comma (#, #a) indicates one sheet of paper folded to create two leaves with writing on each leaf. A number followed by a semicolon (#; #a) indicates two sheets of paper. A number followed by a slash (#/#a) indicates one sheet of paper with writing on both sides. A number followed by a hyphen and a second number (#1-#2) indicates one side of one sheet of paper that contains two poems. Following this scheme, the manuscript number 224/224a; 224b refers to two sheets of paper, the first of which is written on both sides. The manuscript number 522, 522a; 522b, 522c refers to two sheets of paper, each folded to create two leaves, with each leaf having writing on it. And the manuscript number 132-133/132a refers to one sheet of paper with two poems on one side and writing on the second side. Manuscripts 80 to 1012 were arranged by Jay Leyda prior to their donation to Amherst College by Millicent Todd Bingham. Manuscripts 1 to 79 came to Amherst at other times or from other sources and were assigned numbers by Amherst cataloguers. Manuscript poems generally are numbered between 80 and 540. Manuscript letters generally are numbered between 550 and 1012, with many of the later numbers being letters written by authors other than Dickinson. At the end of Series 1 can be found items without Amherst numbers, including blank papers and non-manuscript material relating to individual manuscripts.

Restrictions on access:

ACCESS TO ORIGINAL DICKINSON MANUSCRIPT POEMS AND LETTERS IS RESTRICTED FOR PRESERVATION REASONS. Because of the fragile nature of these unique materials, access to original Dickinson manuscripts is extremely limited. High resolution images of all of the Dickinson manuscripts held by Amherst College are freely available online via Amherst College Digital Collections (https://acdc.amherst.edu/). Use of the original artifacts is strictly limited to researchers working on the materiality of these objects (paper studies, ink/pencil studies, etc.); all other researchers will be required to use the digital surrogates. Requests to use the original manuscripts must be approved by the Head of Archives and Special Collections.

Ms 1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Lest any bee should boast," J 850


Box 1: folder 1
Ms 2/2a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Trusting the happy flower," J 887


Box 1: folder 2
Ms 3: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The flower keeps its appointment," J 973


Box 1: folder 3
Ms 4/4a, 4b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I had the luxury of a mother," J 1022


Box 1: folder 4
Ms 5/5a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It was my first impulse," J 419


Box 1: folder 5
Ms 6: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "My family of apparitions," J 445


Box 1: folder 6
Ms 7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The founders of honey," J 468


Box 1: folder 7
Ms 8/8a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Vinnie suggests these little friends," J 469


Box 1: folder 8
Ms 9/9a, 9b, envelope: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "My country, 'tis of thee," J 509


Box 1: folder 9
Ms 10/10a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The keeper of golden flowers," J 543


Box 1: folder 10
Ms 11/11a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Mother thanks you through me," J 569


Box 1: folder 11
Ms 12/12a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It distressed us that you were pained," J 606


Box 1: folder 12
Ms 13: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Give me thine heart," J 608


Box 1: folder 13
Ms 14: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Please accept the progeny," J 647


Box 1: folder 14
Ms 15/15a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Is not the sweet resentment," J 672


Box 1: folder 15
Ms 16/16a, 16b, envelope: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The thoughtfulness was picturesque," J 706


Box 1: folder 16
Ms 17: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How can one be fatherless," J 905


Box 1: folder 17
Ms 18: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I shall deem the little tumblers," J 931


Box 1: folder 18
Ms 19: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "In a wold too full of beauty," J 759


Box 1: folder 19
Ms 20/20a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Thank you for the very sweet message," J 789


Box 1: folder 20
Ms 21/21a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We thought for sorrow," J 243
For material related to Mss. 21, 21a and 22, see: Box 12, Folder 17


Box 1: folder 21
Ms 22/22a, envelope: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I made the mistake," J 246
For material related to Mss. 21, 21a and 22, see: Box 12, Folder 17


Box 1: folder 22
Ms 23/23a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Christmas in Bethlehem," J 876


Box 1: folder 23
Ms 24: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Missing my own boy," J 956


Box 1: folder 24
Ms 25/25a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I send you a blossom," J 1027


Box 1: folder 25
Ms 26/26a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It is 'Weeks off' as little Dombey said," J 764


Box 1: folder 26
Ms 27/27a:Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We shared the molten rubies," J 841


Box 1: folder 27
Ms 28/28a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Accept this dusk remembrance," J 927


Box 1: folder 28
Ms 29: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Is it too late for a stranger's," J 992


Box 1: folder 29
Ms 30/30a, envelope: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Thank you for the tenderness," J 1031


Box 1: folder 30
Ms 31/31a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Accept my timid happiness," J 528


Box 1: folder 31
Ms 32/32a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I send you only a humming bird," J 627


Box 1: folder 32
Ms 33/33a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Is it that words are suddenly small," J 556


Box 1: folder 33
Ms 34/34a, envelope: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Would it be prudent to subject," J 558


Box 1: folder 34
Ms 35/35a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To see is perhaps never quite," J 565


Box 1: folder 35
Ms 36, envelope: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Your coming is a symptom of summer," J 588


Box 1: folder 36
Ms 37/37a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Should dear Mrs. Tuckerman have no pears," J 611


Box 1: folder 37
Ms 38/38a, envelope: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Your sweetness intimidates," J 628


Box 1: folder 38
Ms 39/39a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Will the little hands," J 637


Box 1: folder 39
Ms 40/40a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Thank you, sweet friend," J 673


Box 1: folder 40
Ms 41/41a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I thought of you, although I never," J 677


Box 1: folder 41
Ms 42/42a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The gray afternoon," J 745


Box 1: folder 42
Ms 43: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We wear our sober dresses when we die," F 1619, J 1572


Box 1: folder 43
Ms 44/44a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The presence of life of so sweet an one," J 795


Box 1: folder 44
Ms 45: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The clock strikes one," F 1598, J 1569


Box 1: folder 45
Ms 46: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Sweet foot, that comes when we call it!," J 832


Box 1: folder 46
Ms 47/47a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To try to speak, and miss the way," F 1629, J 1617


Box 1: folder 47
Ms 48/48a; 48b, 48c: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Do 'Men gather Grapes of Thorns'?," J 883


Box 1: folder 48
Ms 49: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Be encouraged, sweet friend!," J 895


Box 1: folder 49
Ms 50/50a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We trust the repairs of the little friend," J 984


Box 1: folder 50
Ms 51/51a, envelope: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We want you to wake," J 981


Box 1: folder 51
Ms 52/52a, 52b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I thought of you on your lonely journey," J 1020


Box 1: folder 52
Ms 53: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To find my sweetest friend," J 725


Box 1: folder 53
Ms 54: Emily Dickinson envelope addressed to Sarah Tuckerman, F 1565, J 1519, J 739 (Manuscript at American Antiquarian Society)


Box 1: folder 54
Ms 55: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Love is done when Love's begun," F 1526, J 1485


Box 1: folder 55
Ms 56, 56a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Not seeing still we know/ Dear friend, Vinnie asked," F 1566, J 1518, J 741


Box 1: folder 56
(Numbers 57-59 not used)



Ms 60: Program of the Exhibition of the Eclectic Society


Box 1: folder 60
Ms 61: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letters to Sara Cowles and Katharine Cowles


Box 1: folder 61
Ms 62/62a, envelope: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Julia L. Coy


Box 1: folder 62
Ms 63/[63a]: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The clover cannot seek the bee"


Box 1: folder 63
Ms 64: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Dear friend, I congratulate you"


Box 1: folder 64
Ms 65/65a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "This quiet dust was gentlemen and ladies," F 1090, J 813


Box 1: folder 65
Ms 66/66a, envelope, cricket remains: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Further in summer than the birds," F 895, J 1068


Box 1: folder 66
Ms 67: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Sunset that screens, reveals," F 1644, J 1609


Box 1: folder 67
Ms 68: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I [he] showed her [me] Hights she [I] never saw," F 346, J 446


Box 1: folder 68
Ms 69/69a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of the first two lines of poem "'Lethe' in my flower," F 54, J 1730 and on verso, the second stanza of "To venerate the simple days," F 55, J 57


Box 1: folder 69
Ms 69b/69c: Emily Dickinson manuscript of last six lines of "'Lethe' in my flower," F 54, J 1730 and on verson, two stanzas of "I've got an arrow here" F 56, J 1729


Box 1: folder 69
Provenance:

Steve Finer, an antiquarian bookseller based in Greenfield, MA, found this manuscript among the stock of Cheryl Needle, a fellow bookseller who died in January 2016. Amherst purchased the item and Steve Finer delivered the manuscript to the Amherst Archives on January 12, 2016. No additional information is available about how it came into Cheryl Needle's stock.

Ms 70/70a: Emily Dickinson letter to [Susan Phelps?]


Box 1: folder 70
Ms 71/71a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The feet of people walking home," F 16, J 7


Box 1: folder 71
Ms 72/72a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "My dear Emily. I have just"


Box 1: folder 72
Ms 73: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It sifts from leaden sieves," F 291, J 311


Box 1: folder 73
Ms 74: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Will little Ned lay these," J 237


Box 1: folder 74
Ms 75: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I thank you for your kindness"


Box 1: folder 75
Ms 76; 76a; 76b; 76c; 76d (3 letter fragments and 3 envelopes): Lavinia Norcross Dickinson and Emily Dickinson letters to W. Austin Dickinson


Box 1: folder 76
(Numbers 77-80 not used)



Fascicle 80: F Fascicle 2


Box 2: folder 1
80-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "There is a word," F 42, J 8


Box 2: folder 1
80-1a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Through lane it lay - thro' brandle," F 43, J 9


Box 2: folder 1
80-2: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "The guest is cold and crimson," F 44, J 15 and "I counted till they danced so," F 45, J 36


Box 2: folder 1
80-2a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Before the ice is in the pools," F 46, J 37 and "By such and such an offering," F 47, J 38


Box 2: folder 1
80-3: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It did not surprise me," F 50, J 39


Box 2: folder 1
80-3a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "When I count the seeds," F 51, J 40


Box 2: folder 1
80-4: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "I robbed the woods," F 57, J 41 and "A day! Help! Help!," F 58, J 42


Box 2: folder 1
80-4a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Could live - did live," F 59, J 43 and "If she had been the mistletoe," F 60, J 44


Box 2: folder 1
80-5: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "My wheel is in the dark!," F 61, J 10


Box 2: folder 1
80-5a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "There's something quieter than sleep," F 62, J 45


Box 2: folder 1
80-6: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "I keep my pledge," F 63, J 46 and "Heart! We will forget him!," F 64, J 47


Box 2: folder 1
80-6a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Once more, my now bewildered dove," F 65, J 48 and "Baffled for just a day or two," F 66, J 17


Box 2: folder 1
80-7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The face I carry with me - last," F 395, J 336


Box 2: folder 1
80-8: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Bless God, He went as soldiers," F 52, J 147 and "If I should cease to bring a rose," F 53, J 56


Box 2: folder 1
80-8a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "One sister have I in the house," F 5, J 14


Box 2: folder 1
80-9: Number not used


Box 2: folder 1
80-9a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To venerate the simple days," F 55, J 57


Box 2: folder 1
80-9b: Number not used


Box 2: folder 1
Fascicle 81: F Fascicle 39


Box 2: folder 2
81-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "None can experience stint," F 870, J 771


Box 2: folder 2
81-1a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The hallowing of pain," F 871, J 772


Box 2: folder 2
81-2: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Deprived of other banquet," F 872, J 773


Box 2: folder 2
81-2a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "It is a lonesome glee," F 873, J 774 and "If blame be my side," F 874, J 775


Box 2: folder 2
81-3: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The color of a queen, is this," F 875, J 776


Box 2: folder 2
81-3a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To be alive - is power," F 876, J 677


Box 2: folder 2
81-4: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The loneliness one dare not sound," F 877, J 777


Box 2: folder 2
81-4a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Least bee that brew a honey's weight," F 878, J 676


Box 2: folder 2
81-5: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "This that would greet - an hour," F 879, J 778


Box 2: folder 2
81-5a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The service without hope," F 880, J 779


Box 2: folder 2
81-6: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I meant to find her when I came," F 881, J 718


Box 2: folder 2
81-6a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The truth - is stirless," F 882, J 780


Box 2: folder 2
81-7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "A south wind - has a pathos," F 883, J 719 and "To wait an hour - is long," F 884, J 781


Box 2: folder 2
81-7a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "There is an arid pleasure," F 885, J 782


Box 2: folder 2
81-8: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The birds begun at four o'clock," F 504, J 783


Box 2: folder 2
81-8a
(F 504, J 783)

Box 2: folder 2
81-9: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Bereaved of all, I went abroad," F 886, J 784


Box 2: folder 2
81-9a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "They have a little odor - that to me," F 505, J 785


Box 2: folder 2
81-10: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Severer service of myself," F 887, J 786


Box 2: folder 2
81-10a
(F 887, J 786)

Box 2: folder 2
81-11: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Twould ease - a butterfly," F 888, J 682


Box 2: folder 2
81-11a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Such is the force of happiness," F 889, J 787


Box 2: folder 2
Fascicle 82: F Fascicle 1


Box 2: folder 3
82-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The gentian weaves her fringes," F 21, J 18


Box 2: folder 3
82-1a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Frequently the woods are pink," F 24, J 6 and "A sepal, petal, and a thorn," F 25, J 19


Box 2: folder 3
82-2: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Distrustful of the gentian," F 26, J 20 and "Flees so the phantom meadow," F 27, J 20 and "We lose - because we win," F 28, J 21


Box 2: folder 3
82-2a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "All these my banners be," F 29, J 22 and "To lose - if one can find again," F 30, J 22 and "To him who keeps and orchis' heart," F 31, J 22


Box 2: folder 3
82-3: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I had a guinea golden," F 12, J 23


Box 2: folder 3
82-3a
(F 12, J 23)

Box 2: folder 3
82-4: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "There is a morn by men unseen," F 13, J 24


Box 2: folder 3
82-4a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "As if I asked a common alms," F 14, J 323 and "She slept beneath a tree," F 15, J 25


Box 2: folder 3
82-5: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The feet of people walking home," F 16, J 7


Box 2: folder 3
82-5a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It's all I have to bring today," F 17, J 26


Box 2: folder 3
82-6: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Morns like these - we parted," F 18, J 27 and "So has a daisy vanished," F 19, J 28


Box 2: folder 3
82-6a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "If those I loved were lost," F 20, J 29


Box 2: folder 3
82-7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Adrift! A little boat adrift!," F 6, J 30 and "Summer for thee, grant I may be," F 7, J 31


Box 2: folder 3
82-7a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "When roses cease to bloom, sir," F 8, J 32 and "Oh if remembering were forgetting," F 9, J 33


Box 2: folder 3
82-8: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "On this wondrous sea - sailing silently," F 3, J 4


Box 2: folder 3
82-8a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Garlands for queens, it may be," F 10, J 34 and "Nobody knows this little rose," F 11, J 35


Box 2: folder 3
Fascicle 82 photocopies


Box 2: folder 4
Fascicle 83: F Fascicle 5


Box 2: folder 5
83-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "So from the mould," F 110, J 66 and "Artists wrestled here!," F 111, J 110


Box 2: folder 5
83-1a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Success is counted sweetest," F 112, J 67 and "The bee is not afraid of me," F 113, J 111


Box 2: folder 5
83-2: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Where bells no more affright the morn," F 114, J 112


Box 2: folder 5
83-2a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Ambition cannot find him," F 115, J 68 and "Our share of night to bear," F 116, J 113


Box 2: folder 5
83-3: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "'Good night,' because we must!," F 97, J 114 and "South winds jostle them," F 98, J 86


Box 2: folder 5
83-3a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Low at my problem bending," F 99, J 69 and "What inn is this," F 100, J 115


Box 2: folder 5
83-4: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I had some things that I called mine," F 101, J 116


Box 2: folder 5
83-4a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "In rags mysterious as these," F 102, J 117 and "My friend attacks my friend," F 103, J 118


Box 2: folder 5
83-5: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Arcturus' is his other name," F 117, J 70


Box 2: folder 5
83-5a
(F 117, J 70)

Box 2: folder 5
83-6: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Talk with prudence to a beggar," F 118, J 119 and "If this is 'fading'," F 119, J 120


Box 2: folder 5
83-6a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "As watchers hang upon the east," F 120, J 121 and "Her breast is fit for pearls," F 121, J 84


Box 2: folder 5
83-7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A something in a summer's day," F 104, J 122


Box 2: folder 5
83-7a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A throe upon the features," F 105, J 71


Box 2: folder 5
83-8: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Glowing is her bonnet," F 106, J 72 and "Many cross the rhine," F 107, J 123


Box 2: folder 5
83-8a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "In lands I never saw - they say," F 108, J 124 and "For each extatic instant," F 109, J 125


Box 2: folder 5
Fascicle 84: F Fascicle 26


Box 2: folder 6
84-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "They called me to the window, for," F 589, J 628


Box 2: folder 6
84-1a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "No romance sold unto," F 590, J 669


Box 2: folder 6
84-2: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I heard a fly buzz - when I died," F 591, J 465


Box 2: folder 6
84-2a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The soul that hath a guest," F 592, J 674


Box 2: folder 6
84-3: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I watched the moon around the house," F 593, J 629


Box 2: folder 6
84-3a
(F 593, J 629)

Box 2: folder 6
84-4: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "When I hoped - I feared," F 594, J 1181


Box 2: folder 6
84-4a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The lightning playeth, all the while," F 595, J 630


Box 2: folder 6
84-5: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Ourselves were wed one summer - dear," F 596, J 631


Box 2: folder 6
84-5a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Tis little I could care for pearls," F 597, J 466


Box 2: folder 6
84-6: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The brain - is wider than the sky," F 598, J 632


Box 2: folder 6
84-6a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We do not play on graves," F 599, J 467


Box 2: folder 6
84-7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Her - last poems -poets ended," F 600, J 312


Box 2: folder 6
84-7a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "When bells stop ringing, church begins," F 601, J 633


Box 2: folder 6
84-8: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The manner of it's death," F 602, J 468


Box 2: folder 6
84-8a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The red - blaze - is the morning," F 603, J 469


Box 2: folder 6
84-9: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "You'll know her by her foot," F 604, J 634


Box 2: folder 6
84-9a
F 604, J 634

Box 2: folder 6
84-10: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I am alive - I guess," F 605, J 470


Box 2: folder 6
84-10a
(F 605, J 470)

Box 2: folder 6
84-11: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Except the smaller size," F 606, J 1067


Box 2: folder 6
84-11a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I think the longest hour of all," F 607, J 635


Box 2: folder 6
84-12: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "So glad we are, a stranger'd deem," F 608, J 329


Box 2: folder 6
84-12a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A night - there lay the days between," F 609, J 471


Box 2: folder 6
Fascicle 85: F Fascicle 17


Box 2: folder 7
85-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I dreaded that first robin, so," F 347, J 348


Box 2: folder 7
85-1a
(F 347, J 348)

Box 2: folder 7
85-2: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I would not paint - a picture," F 348, J 505


Box 2: folder 7
85-2a
(F 348, J 505)

Box 2: folder 7
85-3: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "He touched me, so I live to know," F 349, J 506


Box 2: folder 7
85-3a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I had the glory - that will do," F 350, J 349


Box 2: folder 7
85-4: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "She sights a bird - she chuckles," F 351, J 507


Box 2: folder 7
85-4a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "They leave us with the infinite," F 352, J 350


Box 2: folder 7
85-5: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I'm ceded - I've stopped being their's," F 353, J 508


Box 2: folder 7
85-5a
(F 353, J 508)

Box 2: folder 7
85-6: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "If anybody's friend be dead," F 354, J 509


Box 2: folder 7
85-6a
(F 354, J 509)

Box 2: folder 7
85-7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It was not death, for I stood up," F 355, J 510


Box 2: folder 7
85-7a
(F 355, J 510)

Box 2: folder 7
85-8: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "If you were coming in the fall," F 356, J 511


Box 2: folder 7
85-8a
(F 356, J 511)

Box 2: folder 7
85-9: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I felt my life with both my hands," F 357, J 351


Box 2: folder 7
85-9a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Perhaps I asked too large," F 358, J 352


Box 2: folder 7
85-10: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A bird, came down the walk," F 359, J 328


Box 2: folder 7
85-10a
(F 359, J 328)

Box 2: folder 7
85-11: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The soul had bandaged moments," F 360, J 512


Box 2: folder 7
85-11a
(F 360, J 512)

Box 2: folder 7
85-12: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Like flowers, that heard the news of dews," F 361, J 513


Box 2: folder 7
85-12a
(F 361, J 513)

Box 2: folder 7
Set 86


Box 2: folder 8
86-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Those who have been in the grave the longest," F 938, J 922 and "Be mine the doom," F 919, J 845


Box 2: folder 8
86-1a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It was a grave, yet bore no stone," F 852, J 876


Box 2: folder 8
86-2: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Impossibilty, like wine," F 939, J 838 and "So set it's sun in thee," F 940, J 808


Box 2: folder 8
86-2a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How the waters closed above him," F 941, J 923


Box 2: folder 8
86-3: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Always mine! No more vacation!," F 942, J 839


Box 2: folder 8
86-3a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I cannot buy it - 'tis not sold," F 943, J 840


Box 2: folder 8
Small slip of paper with "Augustly!"


Box 2: folder 8
86-4: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A moth the hue of this," F 944, J 841


Box 2: folder 8
86-4a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Good to hide, and hear 'em hunt!," F 945, J 842


Box 2: folder 8
86-5: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Love - is that later thing than death," F 840, J 924


Box 2: folder 8
86-5a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Struck, was I, nor yet by lightning," F 841, J 925


Box 2: folder 8
86-6
(F 841, J 925)

Box 2: folder 8
86-6a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Patience - has a quiet outer," F 842, J 926


Box 2: folder 8
86-7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Dying! To be afraid of thee," F 946, J 831


Box 2: folder 8
86-7a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I made slow riches but my gain," F 947, J 843


Box 2: folder 8
86-8: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Spring is the period," F 948, J 844 and "Before he comes," F 949, J 834


Box 2: folder 8
86-8a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Twice had summer her fair verdure," F 950, J 846


Box 2: folder 8
86-9: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Unable are the loved to die," F 951, J 809 and "Finite to fail, but infinite - to venture," F 952, J 847


Box 2: folder 8
86-9a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Just as he spoke it from his hands," F 953, J 848 and "The good will of a flower," F 954, J 849


Box 2: folder 8
86-10: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "I sing to use the waiting," F 955, J 850 and "Her grace is all she has," F 956, J 810


Box 2: folder 8
86-10a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "When the astronomer stops seeking," F 957, J 851


Box 2: folder 8
86-11: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Absent place - an april day," F 958, J 927 and "Apology for her," F 959, J 852


Box 2: folder 8
86-11a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The heart has narrow banks," F 960, J 928


Box 2: folder 8
86-12: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "When one has given up one's life," F 961, J 853


Box 2: folder 8
86-12a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The veins of other flowers," F 798, J 811


Box 2: folder 8
86-13: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A light exists in spring," F 962, J 812


Box 2: folder 8
86-13a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Banish air from air," F 963, J 854


Box 2: folder 8
86-14: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Like men and women shadows walk," F 964, J 1105


Box 2: folder 8
86-14a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How far is it to heaven?," F 965, J 929


Box 2: folder 8
86-15: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "This quiet dust was gentlemen and ladies," F 1090, J 813


Box 2: folder 8
86-15a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "There is a June when corn is cut," F 811, J 930


Box 2: folder 8
86-16
(F 811, J 930)

Box 2: folder 8
86-16a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "To own the art within the soul," F 1091, J 855 and "There is a finished feeling," F 1092, J 856


Box 2: folder 8
Set 87


Box 2: folder 9
87-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Uncertain lease - develops lustre," F 1059, J 857 and "Noon - is the hinge of the day," F 1060, J 931


Box 2: folder 9
87-1a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "This chasm, sweet upon my life," F 1061, J 858


Box 2: folder 9
87-2
(F 1061, J 858)

Box 2: folder 9
87-2a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "My best acquaintances are those," F 1062, J 932


Box 2: folder 9
87-3: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "A doubt if it be us," F 903, J 859 and "Absence disembodies - so does death," F 904, J 860


Box 2: folder 9
87-3a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Split the lark, and you'll find the music," F 905, J 861


Box 2: folder 9
87-4: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Light is sufficient to itself," F 506, J 862 and "That distance was between us," F 906, J 863


Box 2: folder 9
87-4a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Perhaps you think me stooping," F 273, J 833


Box 2: folder 9
87-5: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "One day is there of the series," F 1110, J 814


Box 2: folder 9
87-5a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The luxury to apprehend," F 819, J 815


Box 2: folder 9
87-6: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The robin for the crumb," F 810, J 864


Box 2: folder 9
87-6a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "He outstripped time with but a bout," F 1111, J 865


Box 2: folder 9
87-7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Truth is as old as God," F 795, J 836 and "A death blow is a life blow, to some," F 966, J 816


Box 2: folder 9
87-7a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Two travellers perishing in snow," F 967, J 933


Box 2: folder 9
87-8: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Fame is the tint that scholars leave," F 968, J 866


Box 2: folder 9
87-8a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Escaping backward to perceive," F 969, J 867


Box 2: folder 9
87-9: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "That is solemn we have ended," F 907, J 934 and "They ask but our delight," F 908, J 868


Box 2: folder 9
87-9a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Because the bee may blameless him," F 909, J 869


Box 2: folder 9
87-10: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Finding is the first act," F 910, J 870


Box 2: folder 9
87-10a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Gives in marriage unto thee," F 818, J 817


Box 2: folder 9
87-11: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The sun and moon must make their haste," F 1063, J 871


Box 2: folder 9
87-11a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "As the starved maelstrom laps the navies," F 1064, J 872


Box 2: folder 9
87-12: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Ribbons of the year," F 1065, J 873


Box 2: folder 9
87-12a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Death leaves us homesick, who behind," F 1066, J 935


Box 2: folder 9
87-13: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "This dust, and its feature," F 866, J 936


Box 2: folder 9
87-13a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I felt a cleaving in my mind," F 867, J 937


Box 2: folder 9
87-14: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Fairer through fading - as the day," F 868, J 938


Box 2: folder 9
87-14a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "What I see not, I better see," F 869, J 939


Box 2: folder 9
Set 88


Box 2: folder 10
88-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Experiment to me," F 1081, J 1073 and "That such have died enable us," F 1082, J 1030


Box 2: folder 10
88-1a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Sang from the heart, sire," F 1083, J 1059


Box 2: folder 10
88-2: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Fate slew him, but he did not drop," F 1084, J 1031


Box 2: folder 10
88-2a:Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Who is the east?," F 1085, J 1032


Box 2: folder 10
88-3: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Said death to passion," F 988, J 1033


Box 2: folder 10
88-3a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Air has no residence, no neighbor," F 989, J 1060


Box 2: folder 10
88-4: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "We'll pass without the parting," F 503, J 996 and "His bill an augur is," F 990, J 1034


Box 2: folder 10
88-4a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To undertake is to achieve," F 991, J 1070


Box 2: folder 10
88-5: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Could I but ride indefinite," F 1056, J 661


Box 2: folder 10
88-5a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Embarassment of one another and God," F 1057, J 662


Box 2: folder 10
88-6: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "While it is alive," F 287, J 491


Box 2: folder 10
88-6a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To one denied to drink, " F 1058, J 490


Box 2: folder 10
88-7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Bee! I'm expecting you!," F 983, J 1035


Box 2: folder 10
88-7a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Satisfaction - is the agent," F 984, J 1036 and "Here, where the daisies fit my head," F 985, J 1037


Box 2: folder 10
88-8: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Where I am not afraid to go," F 986, J 1037


Box 2: folder 10
88-8a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Her little parasol to lift," F 987, J 1038


Box 2: folder 10
88-9: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I heard, as if I had no ear," F 996, J 1039


Box 2: folder 10
88-9a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Not so the infinite relations," F 997, J 1040


Box 2: folder 10
88-10: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Somewhat, to hope for," F 998, J 1041 and "Spring comes on the world," F 999, J 1042


Box 2: folder 10
88-10a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Lest this be heaven indeed," F 1000, J 1043 and "Just to be rich," F 635, J 523


Box 2: folder 10
88-11: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Three weeks passed since I had seen her," F 992, J 1061


Box 2: folder 10
88-11a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "A sickness of this world it most occassions," F 993, J 1044 and "Partake as doth the bee," F 806, J 994


Box 2: folder 10
88-12: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "He scanned it - staggered," F 994, J 1062


Box 2: folder 10
88-12a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The missing all, prevented me," F 995, J 985


Box 2: folder 10
88-13: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A narrow fellow in the grass," F 1096, J 986


Box 2: folder 10
88-13a
(F 1096, J 986)

Box 2: folder 10
88-14: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Ashes denote that fire was," F 1097, J 1063


Box 2: folder 10
88-14a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The leaves like women, interchange," F 1098, J 987


Box 2: folder 10
88-15: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Nature rarer uses yellow," F 1086, J 1045 and "To help our bleaker parts," F 1087, J 1064


Box 2: folder 10
88-15a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I've dropped my brain," F 1088, J 1046


Box 2: folder 10
88-16
(F 1088, J 1046)

Box 2: folder 10
88-16a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The opening and the close," F 1089, J 1047


Box 2: folder 10
88-17: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Let down the bars, oh death," F 1117, J 1065


Box 2: folder 10
88-17a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Reportless subjects, to the quick," F 1118, J 1048 and "The definition of beauty is," F 797, J 998


Box 2: folder 10
88-18: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Pain has but one acquaintance," F 1119, J 1049


Box 2: folder 10
88-18a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Gratitude - is not the mention," F 1120, J 989


Box 2: folder 10
Set 89

Box 2: folder 11
89-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Of nature I shall have enough," F 1170, J 1220


Box 2: folder 11
89-2: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Now I knew I lost her," F 1274, J 1219


Box 2: folder 11
89-2a
(F 1274, J 1219)

Box 2: folder 11
89-3
(F 1274, J 1219)

Box 2: folder 11
89-4: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Civilization - spurns - the leopard!," F 276, J 492


Box 2: folder 11
89-5
(F 276, J 492)

Box 2: folder 11
89-6: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "While 'it' is alive," F 287, J 491


Box 2: folder 11
89-7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The world - stands - solemner to me," F 280, J 493


Box 2: folder 11
89-7a
(F 280, J 493)

Box 2: folder 11
89-8: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Again his voice is at the door," F 274, J 663


Box 2: folder 11
89-8a
(F 274, J 663)

Box 2: folder 11
89-9
(F 274, J 663)

Box 2: folder 11
89-9a
(F 274, J 663)

Box 2: folder 11
Set 90


Box 2: folder 12
90-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Crumbling is not an instant's act," F 1010, J 997


Box 2: folder 12
90-1a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Not to discover weakness is," F 1011, J 1054


Box 2: folder 12
90-2: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Best things dwell out of sight," F 1012, J 998


Box 2: folder 12
90-2a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "No other can reduce," F 738, J 982


Box 2: folder 12
90-3: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Superfluous were the sun," F 1013, J 999


Box 2: folder 12
90-3a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "This was in the white of the year," F 1014, J 995


Box 2: folder 12
90-4: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The fingers of the light," F 1015, J 1000


Box 2: folder 12
90-4a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Ideals are the fairy oil," F 1016, J 983


Box 2: folder 12
90-5: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "The stimulus, beyond the grave," F 1001, J 1001 and "Aurora is the effort," F 1002, J 1002


Box 2: folder 12
90-5a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Dying at my music," F 1003, J 1003 and "There is no silence in the earth so silent," F 1004, J 1004


Box 2: folder 12
90-6: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Blind me - I still can sing," F 1005, J 1005 and "The first we knew of him was death," F 1006, J 1006


Box 2: folder 12
90-6a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Falsehood of thee, could I suppose," F 1007, J 1007 and "How still the bells in the steeples stand," F 1008, J 1008


Box 2: folder 12
90-7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I was a phebe - nothing more," F 1009, J 1009


Box 2: folder 12
90-7a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Knows how to forget!," F 391, J 433


Box 2: folder 12
90-8
(F 391, J 433)

Box 2: folder 12
90-8a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Tis anguish grander than delight," F 192, J 984


Box 2: folder 12
90-9: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The soul should always stand ajar," F 1017, J 1055


Box 2: folder 12
90-9a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Up life's hill with my little bundle," F 1018, J 1010 and "She rose as high as his occasion," F 1019, J 1011


Box 2: folder 12
90-10: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "There is a zone whose even years," F 1020, J 1056


Box 2: folder 12
90-10a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Which is best? Heaven," F 1021, J 1012


Box 2: folder 12
90-11: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A bold, inspiriting bird," F 1022, J 1177


Box 2: folder 12
90-11a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Too scanty - 'twas to die for you," F 1023, J 1013


Box 2: folder 12
90-12: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Did we abolish frost," F 1024, J 1014 and "Were it but me that gained the hight," F 1025, J 1015


Box 2: folder 12
90-12a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "The hills in purple syllables," F 1026, J 1016 and "To die, without the dying," F 1027, J 1017


Box 2: folder 12
90-13: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Who saw no sunrise cannot say," F 1028, J 1018


Box 2: folder 12
90-13a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "I had a daily bliss," F 1029, J 1057 and "My season's furthest flower," F 1030, J 1019


Box 2: folder 12
90-14: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Trudging to Eden, looking backward," F 1031, J 1020


Box 2: folder 12
90-14a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Far from love the heavenly Father," F 1032, J 1021


Box 2: folder 12
90-15: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "I knew that I had gained," F 1033, J 1022 and "It rises - passes - on our south," F 1034, J 1023


Box 2: folder 12
90-15a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "So large my will," F 1035, J 1024


Box 2: folder 12
90-16: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The products of my farm are these," F 1036, J 1025


Box 2: folder 12
90-16a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The dying need but little, dear," F 1037, J 1026


Box 2: folder 12
90-17: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Bloom - is result - to meet a flower," F 1038, J 1058


Box 2: folder 12
90-17a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "My heart upon a little plate," F 1039, J 1027


Box 2: folder 12
90-18: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "'Twas my own glory," F 1040, J 1028 and "Nor mountain hinder me," F 1041, J 1029
(F 1040, F 1041, J 1028, J 1029)

Box 2: folder 12
Set 91


Box 2: folder 13
91-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "They wont frown always," F 923, J 874


Box 2: folder 13
91-1a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "On that dear frame the years had worn," F 924, J 940


Box 2: folder 13
91-2: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "The lady feeds her little bird," F 925, J 941 and "Soto! Explore thyself!!," F 814, J 832


Box 2: folder 13
91-2a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I stepped from plank to plank," F 926, J 875


Box 2: folder 13
91-3: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Nature and God - I neither knew," F 803, J 835 and "Be mind the doom," F 919, J 845


Box 2: folder 13
91-3a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Each scar I'll keep for him," F 920, J 877 and "How well I knew her not," F 813, J 837


Box 2: folder 13
91-4: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Snow beneath whose chilly softness," F 921, J 942 and "I could not drink it, sweet," F 816, J 818


Box 2: folder 13
91-4a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The sun is gay or stark," F 922, J 878


Box 2: folder 13
91-5: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Each second is the last," F 927, J 879


Box 2: folder 13
91-5a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The bird must sing to earn the crumb," F 928, J 880


Box 2: folder 13
91-6: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I've none to tell me to but thee," F 929, J 881


Box 2: folder 13
91-6a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "All I may, if small," F 799, J 819


Box 2: folder 13
91-7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A coffin - is a small domain," F 890, J 943


Box 2: folder 13
91-7a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I learned - at least - what home could be," F 891, J 944
(F 891, J 944)

Box 2: folder 13
91-8
(F 891, J 944)

Box 2: folder 13
91-8a
(F 891, J 944)

Box 2: folder 13
91-9: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "This is a blossom of the brain," F 1112, J 94
(F 1112, J 945)

Box 2: folder 13
91-9a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "All circumstances are the frame," F 1113, J 820


Box 2: folder 13
91-10: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A shade opon the mind there passes," F 1114, J 882


Box 2: folder 13
91-10a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It is an honorable thought," F 1115, J 946


Box 2: folder 13
91-11: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A tongue - to tell him I am true!," F 673, J 400


Box 2: folder 13
91-11a
(F 673, J 400)

Box 2: folder 13
91-12: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I could not prove the years had feet," F 674, J 563


Box 2: folder 13
91-12a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "What soft - cherubic creatures," F 675, J 401


Box 2: folder 13
91-13: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "The poets light but lamps," F 930, J 883 and "An everywhere of silver," F 931, J 884


Box 2: folder 13
91-13a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Our little kinsmen, after rain," F 932, J 885


Box 2: folder 13
91-14: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Of tolling bell I ask the cause?," F 933, J 947


Box 2: folder 13
91-14a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "These tested our horizon," F 934, J 886


Box 2: folder 13
Set 92


Box 2: folder 14
92-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The robin is the one," F 501, J 828


Box 2: folder 14
92-1a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Twas crisis - All the length had passed," F 1093, J 948


Box 2: folder 14
92-2: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We outgrow love, like other things," F 1094, J 887


Box 2: folder 14
92-2a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "When I have seen the sun emerge," F 1095, J 888


Box 2: folder 14
92-3: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Crisis is a hair," F 1067, J 889


Box 2: folder 14
92-3a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Under the light, yet under," F 1068, J 949


Box 2: folder 14
92-4: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Away from home are some and I," F 807, J 821


Box 2: folder 14
92-4a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A burdock twitched my gown," F 289, J 229


Box 2: folder 14
92-5: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "As imperceptibly as grief," F 935, J 1540


Box 2: folder 14
92-5a
(F 935, J 1540)

Box 2: folder 14
92-6: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "As willing lid o'er weary eye," F 936, J 1050


Box 2: folder 14
92-6a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Not all die early, dying young," F 937, J 990


Box 2: folder 14
92-7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "This consciousness that is aware," F 817, J 890


Box 2: folder 14
92-7a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "From us she wandered now a year," F 794, J 890


Box 2: folder 14
92-8: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The sunset stopped on cottages," F 1116, J 950


Box 2: folder 14
92-8a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Ample makes this bed," F 804, J 829


Box 2: folder 14
92-9: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "As frost is best conceived," F 911, J 951


Box 2: folder 14
92-9a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To my quick ear the leaves - conferred," F 912, J 891


Box 2: folder 14
92-10: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A man may make a remark," F 913, J 952


Box 2: folder 14
92-10a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A door just opened on a street," F 914, J 953


Box 2: folder 14
92-11: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Who occupies this house?," F 1069, J 892


Box 2: folder 14
92-11a
(F 1069, J 892)

Box 2: folder 14
92-12: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The chemical conviction," F 1070, J 954


Box 2: folder 14
92-12a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The hollows round his eager eyes," F 1071, J 955


Box 2: folder 14
92-13: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "What shall I do when the summer troubles," F 915, J 956


Box 2: folder 14
92-13a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Drab habitation of whom?," F 916, J 893


Box 2: folder 14
92-14: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "As one does sickness over," F 917, J 957


Box 2: folder 14
92-14a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We met as sparks, diverging flints," F 918, J 958


Box 2: folder 14
Slip of paper once pinned to 92-14 verso


Box 2: folder 14
92-15: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Of consciousness, her awful mate," F 1076, J 894


Box 2: folder 14
92-15a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A cloud withdrew from the sky," F 1077, J 895


Box 2: folder 14
92-16: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Of silken speech and specious shoe," F 1078, J 896 and "How fotunate the grave," F 1079, J 897


Box 2: folder 14
92-16a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How happy I was if I could forget," F 1080, J 898


Box 2: folder 14
92-17: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A loss of something ever felt I," F 1072, J 959
(F 1072, J 959)

Box 2: folder 14
92-17a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Herein a blossom lies," F 1073, J 899


Box 2: folder 14
92-18: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "What did they do since I saw them?," F 1074, J 900


Box 2: folder 14
Slip of paper once "pinned to recto of 92-18"


Box 2: folder 14
92-18a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "As plan for noon and plan for night," F 1075, J 960


Box 2: folder 14
Set 93


Box 2: folder 15
93-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The frost was never seen," F 1190, J 1202


Box 2: folder 15
93-1a
(F 1190, J 1202)

Box 2: folder 15
93-2
(F 1190, J 1202)

Box 2: folder 15
93-3: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The voice that stands for floods to me," F 1207, J 1189


Box 2: folder 15
93-4: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Because he loves her," F 1183, J 1229


Box 2: folder 15
93-4a
(F 1183, J 1229)

Box 2: folder 15
93-5: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "So proud she was to die," F 1278, J 1272


Box 2: folder 15
93-5a
(F 1278, J 1272)

Box 2: folder 15
93-6: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Some we see no more, tenements of wonder,"F 1210, J 1221


Box 2: folder 15
93-6a
(F 1210, J 1221)

Box 2: folder 15
93-7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Remember me' implored the thief," F 1208, J 1180


Box 2: folder 15
93-7a
(F 1208, J 1180)

Box 2: folder 15
93-8: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Immortal is an ample word," F 1223, J 1205
(F 1223, J 1205)

Box 2: folder 15
93-9: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It came at last but prompter death," F 1221, J 1230


Box 2: folder 15
93-10: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Not any higher stands the grave," F 1214, J 1256


Box 2: folder 15
93-11: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The harm of years is on him," F 1215, J 1280


Box 2: folder 15
93-12: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How news must feel when travelling," F 1218, J 1274


Box 2: folder 15
93-12a
(F 1218, J 1274)

Box 2: folder 15
93-13: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Somewhere opon the general earth," F 1226, J 1231


Box 2: folder 15
93-13a
(F 1226, J 1231)

Box 2: folder 15
93-14: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The pungent atom in the air," F 1222, J 1191


Box 2: folder 15
Set 94


Box 2: folder 16
94-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "After all birds have been investigated," F 1383, J 1395


Box 2: folder 16
94-1a
(F 1383, J 1395)

Box 2: folder 16
94-2: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The mind lives on the heart," F 1384, J 1355


Box 2: folder 16
94-2a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "That sacred closet when you sweep," F 1385, J 1273


Box 2: folder 16
94-3: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Of Paul and Silas it is said," F 1206, J 1166


Box 2: folder 16
94-4: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Who goes to dine must take his feast," F 1219, J 1223


Box 2: folder 16
94-5: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A dew sufficed itself," F 1372, J 1437


Box 2: folder 16
94-5a
(F 1372, J 1437)

Box 2: folder 16
94-6: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The spider as an artist," F 1373, J 1275


Box 2: folder 16
94-6a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Winter is good - his hoar delights," F 1374, J 1316


Box 2: folder 16
94-7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Let me not mar that perfect dream," F 1361, J 1335


Box 2: folder 16
94-8
(F 1361, J 1335)

Box 2: folder 16
94-9: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The days that we can spare," F 1229, J 1184


Box 2: folder 16
94-9a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Twas fighting for his life he was," F 1230, J 1188


Box 2: folder 16
94-10: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Frigid and sweet her parting face," F 1231, J 1318


Box 2: folder 16
94-10a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "An honest tear," F 1232, J 1192


Box 2: folder 16
94-11: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "September's baccalaureate," F 1313, J 1271


Box 2: folder 16
94-11a
(F 1313, J 1271)

Box 2: folder 16
94-12: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How news must feel when travelling," F 1379, J 1319


Box 2: folder 16
94-12a
(F 1379, J 1319)

Box 2: folder 16
94-13: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The last of summer is delight," F 1380, J 1353


Box 2: folder 16
94-14: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Safe despair it is that raves," F 1196, J 1243


Box 2: folder 16
94-15
(F 1196, J 1243)

Box 2: folder 16
94-16: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The mushroom is the elf of plants," F 1350, J 1298


Box 2: folder 16
94-16a
(F 1350, J 1298)

Box 2: folder 16
94-17: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A bee his burnished cariage," F 1351, J 1339


Box 2: folder 16
94-17a
(F 1351, J 1339)

Box 2: folder 16
Set 95


Box 2: folder 17
95-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Are friends delight or pain?," F 1224, J 1199


Box 2: folder 17
95-2: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Unto the whole - how add?," F 1370, J 1341


Box 2: folder 17
95-2a
(F 1370, J 1341)

Box 2: folder 17
95-3: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Faithful to the end' amended," F 1386, J 1357


Box 2: folder 17
95-4
(F 1386, J 1357)

Box 2: folder 17
95-5: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Delight's despair at setting," F 1375, J 1299


Box 2: folder 17
95-5a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Which is the best - the moon or the crescent?," F 1376, J 1315


Box 2: folder 17
95-6: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A rat surrendered," F 1377, J 1340


Box 2: folder 17
95-6a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "This dirty - little - heart," F 1378, J 1311


Box 2: folder 17
95-7: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The mountains stood in haze," F 1225, J 1278


Box 2: folder 17
95-7a
(F 1225, J 1278)

Box 2: folder 17
95-8: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The way to know the bobolink," F 1348, J 1279


Box 2: folder 17
95-8a
(F 1348, J 1279)

Box 2: folder 17
95-9: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Not with a club, the heart is broken," F 1349, J 1304


Box 2: folder 17
95-9a
(F 1349, J 1304)

Box 2: folder 17
95-10: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Was not' was all the statement," F 1277, J 1342


Box 2: folder 17
95-11
(F 1277, J 1342)

Box 2: folder 17
95-12: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Step lightly on this narrow spot," F 1227, J 1183
(F 1227, J 1183

Box 2: folder 17
95-13: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I cannot want it more," F 1228, J 1301


Box 2: folder 17
Ms 96, 96a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A bird came down the walk," F 359, J 328


Box 2: folder 18
Ms 97/97a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "A chilly peace infests the grass," F 1469, J 1443 and "Nature, that sweet parishioner, trust her," J prose fagment 91
(F 1469, J 1443, J Prose fragment 91)

Box 2: folder 19
Ms 98: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A deed knocks first at thought," F 1294, J 1216


Box 2: folder 20
Ms 99: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A dew sufficed itself," F 1372, J 1437


Box 2: folder 21
Ms 100: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Myself computed were they pearls," F 846, J 794


Box 2: folder 22
Ms 101/101a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A drunkard cannot meet a cork," F 1630, J 1628


Box 2: folder 23
Ms 102: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A drunkard cannot meet a cork," F 1630, J 1628


Box 2: folder 24
Ms 103; 103a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A faded boy - in sallow clothes," F 1549, J 1524


Box 2: folder 25
Ms 104/104a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "A field of stubble - lying sere," F 1419, J 1407 and "Thank you for the delight," J prose fragment 47 and"Of his peculiar light," F 1396, J 1362, J prose fragment 47


Box 2: folder 26
Ms 105; 105a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A great hope fell," F 1187, J 1123


Box 2: folder 27
Ms 106: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A little madness in spring," F 1356, J 1333


Box 2: folder 28
Ms 107: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A little snow was here and there," F 1480, J 1444


Box 2: folder 29
Ms 108: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "When what," F 1545, J 1530


Box 2: folder 30
Ms 109: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A pang is more conspicuous in spring," F 1545, J 1530


Box 2: folder 31
Ms 110/110a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A suacer holds a cup," F 1407, J 1374


Box 2: folder 32
Ms 111; 111a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A single clover plank," F 1297, J 1343


Box 2: folder 33
Ms 112: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A woe of ecstacy," F 1599, J 1622


Box 2: folder 34
Ms 113: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A soft sea washed around the house," F 1199, J 1198


Box 2: folder 35
Ms 114/114a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A sparrow took a slice of twig," F 1257, J 1211


Box 2: folder 36
Ms 115: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A stagnant pleasure like a pool," F 1258, J 1281


Box 2: folder 37
Ms 116, 116a; 116b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A wife - at daybreak I shall be," F 185, J 461


Box 2: folder 38
Ms 117/117a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "A wild blue sky abreast of winds," F 1418, J 1415 and "We have no more definite"


Box 2: folder 39
Ms 118, 118a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A wind that rose though not a leaf," F 1216, J 1259


Box 2: folder 40
Ms 119; 119a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A wind that rose though not a leaf," F 1216, J 1259


Box 2: folder 41
Ms 120: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A winged spark doth soar about," F 1502, J 1468


Box 2: folder 42
Ms 121: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A word dropped careless on a page," F 1268, J 1261


Box 2: folder 43
Ms 122/123: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A world made penniless by his departure," F 1642, J 1623 and "Though the great waters sleep," F 1641, J 1599


Box 2: folder 44
Ms 124/124a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Above oblivion's tide there is a pier," F 1552, J 1531


Box 2: folder 45
Ms 125: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Abraham to kill him," F 1332, J 1317


Box 2: folder 46
Ms 126: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "After a hundred years," F 1149, J 1147


Box 2: folder 47
Ms 127/127a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "First at," F 1383, J 1395 and "Voiceless thoughts hover often"


Box 2: folder 48
Ms 128: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "All men for honor hardest work," F 1205, J 1193


Box 2: folder 49
Ms 129/129a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Alone and in a circumstance," F 1174, J 1167


Box 2: folder 50
Ms 130: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "An antiquated tree," F 1544, J 1514


Box 2: folder 51
Ms 131: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Apparently with no surprise," F 1668, J 1624


Box 2: folder 52
Ms 132-133/132a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Arrows enamored of his heart," F 1635, J 1629 and "Second of March, and the crow," J 1620, J 1629 and "Circumference thou bride of awe," F 1636, J 1620


Box 2: folder 53
Ms 134/134a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Art thou the thing I wanted?," F 1311, J 1282


Box 2: folder 54
Ms 135/136: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Art thou the thing I wanted?," F 1311, J 1282 and "I saw that the flake was on it," F 1304, J 1267


Box 2: folder 55
Ms 137: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "As from the earth the light balloon," F 1651, J 1630


Box 2: folder 56
Ms 138, 138a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "As imperceptibly as grief," F 935, J 1540


Box 2: folder 57
Ms 139: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "As old as woe," F 1259, J 1168


Box 2: folder 58
Ms 140: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "As sleigh bells seem in summer," F 801, J 981


Box 2: folder 59
Ms 141: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "As summer into autumn slips," F 1341, J 1346


Box 2: folder 60
Ms 142, 142a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "At half past three, a single bird," F 1099, J 1084


Box 2: folder 61
Ms 143, 143a; 143b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Away from home, are they and I," F 807, J 821


Box 2: folder 62
Ms 144/144a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Back from the cordial grave I drag thee," F 1649, J 1625


Box 2: folder 63
Ms 145-146; 145a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "It will not harm her magic," F 1183, J 1229 and "We introduce ourselves," F 1184, J 1214


Box 2: folder 64
Ms 147, 147a, 147b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Because that you are going," F 1314, J 1260


Box 2: folder 65
Ms 148, 148a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Because that you are going," F 1314, J 1260 and "You don't know how much I have"


Box 2: folder 66
Ms 149/149a; 149b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Bees are black, with gilt surcingles," F 1426, J 1405


Box 2: folder 67
Ms 150: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Before you thought of spring," F 1484, J 1465


Box 2: folder 68
Ms 151: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Behold this little bane," F 1464, J 1438


Box 2: folder 69
Ms 152: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Belshazar had a letter," F 1487, J 1459


Box 2: folder 70
Ms 153: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Belshazar had a letter," F 1487, J 1459


Box 2: folder 71
Ms 154: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Betrothed to righteous might be," F 1657, J 1641


Box 2: folder 72
Ms 155: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Between the form of life and life," F 1123, J 1101


Box 2: folder 73
Ms 156/156a; 156b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Bliss is the plaything of the child," F 1583, J 1553 and "Don't you think you could understand," J prose fragment 31


Box 2: folder 74
Ms 157: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Brother of ingots - ah Peru," F 1462, J 1366


Box 2: folder 75
Ms 158: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Come show thy Durham breast," F 1572, J 1542


Box 2: folder 76
Ms 159/159a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Contained in this short life," F 1175, J 1165


Box 2: folder 77
String - removed from Fascicle 80


Box 2: folder 78
String - removed from Fascicle 81


Box 2: folder 79
String - removed from Fascicle 82


Box 2: folder 80
String - removed from Fascicle 84


Box 2: folder 81
String - removed from Fascicle 85


Box 2: folder 82
Pin - removed from Ms 103; 103a


Box 2: folder 83
Pin - removed from Ms 111; 111a


Box 2: folder 84
Ms 160/160a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Cosmopolites without a plea," F 1592, J 1589


Box 3: folder 1
Ms 161: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Could hope inspect her basis," F 1282, J 1283


Box 3: folder 2
Ms 162/162a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Dare you see a soul at the white heat?," F 401, J 365


Box 3: folder 3
Ms 163/163b; 163a/163c: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Dear March - come in," F 1320, J 1320


Box 3: folder 4
Ms 164: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Death is the supple suitor," F 1470, J 1445


Box 3: folder 5
Ms 165: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Death warrants are supposed to be," F 1409, J 1375


Box 3: folder 6
Ms 166; 166a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Declaiming waters none may dread," F 1638, J 1595


Box 3: folder 7
Ms 167: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Did the harebell loose her girdle," F 134, J 213


Box 3: folder 8
Ms 168; 168a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Dreams are the subtle dower," F 1401, J 1376


Box 3: folder 9
Ms 169; 169a; 169b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Grasped by God," F 1542, J 1718


Box 3: folder 10
Ms 170: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Echo has no magistrate," F 1569, J 1538


Box 3: folder 11
Ms 171/171a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Elijah's wagon had no thrill," F 1288, J 1254


Box 3: folder 12
Ms 172/172a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Elisabeth todl Essex," F 1336, J 1321


Box 3: folder 13
Ms 173/173a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Escape is such a thankful word," F 1364, J 1347


Box 3: folder 14
Ms 174: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Estranged from beauty - none can be," F 1515, J 1474


Box 3: folder 15
Ms 175/175a/175b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Eternity may imitate," F prose fragment 24 and "Be sure to bring your text book," J prose fragment 41


Box 3: folder 16
General note

For additional material relating to Ms. 175b, See: Box 12, Folder 18

Ms 176; 176a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Experiment to me," F 1081, J 1073


Box 3: folder 17
Ms 177/178: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Extol thee - could I - then I will," F 1682, J 1643 and "Why should we hurry - why indeed," F 1683, J 1646


Box 3: folder 18
Ms 179/179a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Facts by our side are never sudden," F 1530, J 1497


Box 3: folder 19
Ms 180: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Faithful to the end' amended," F 1386, J 1357


Box 3: folder 20
Ms 181: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Faithful to the end' amended," F 1386, J 1357


Box 3: folder 21
Ms 182: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Fame is the one that does not stay," F 1507, J 1475


Box 3: folder 22
Ms 183: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Fame's boys and girls, who never die," F 892, J 1066


Box 3: folder 23
Ms 184: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Ferocious as a bee without a wing," F 1492, J 739 letter


Box 3: folder 24
Ms 185: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Floss won't save you from an abyss," F 1335, J 1322


Box 3: folder 25
Ms 186: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Fly - fly - but as you fly," J prose fragment 75 and "Paradise is no journey," J prose fragment 99


Box 3: folder 26
Ms 187/187a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Forbidden fuit a flavor has," F 1482, J 1377


Box 3: folder 27
Ms 188: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Fortitude incarnate," F 1255, J 1217


Box 3: folder 28
Ms 189/189a; 189b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "From all the jails the boys and girls," F 1553, J 1532


Box 3: folder 29
Ms 190: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "From his slim palace in the dust, "F 1339, J 1300


Box 3: folder 30
Ms 191/191a/191b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Further in summer than the birds," F 895, J 1068


Box 3: folder 31
Ms 192: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Gathered into the earth," F 1398, J 1370


Box 3: folder 32
Ms 193-194: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Glass was the street - in tinsel peril," F 1518, J 1498 and "It came his turn to beg," F 1519, J 1500


Box 3: folder 33
Ms 195/195a; 195b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Go slow, my soul, to feed thyself," F 1322, J 1297


Box 3: folder 34
Ms 196: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Go tell it' - what a message," F 1584, J 1544


Box 3: folder 35
General

For additional material relating to MS. 196, See: Box 12, Folder 19

Ms 197/197a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Going - to -her," F 277, J 494


Box 3: folder 36
Ms 198: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Great streets of silence led away," F 1166, J 1159


Box 3: folder 37
Ms 199-200: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Had I not seen the sun," F 1249, J 1233 and "If my bark sink," F 1250, J 1234


Box 3: folder 38
Ms 201: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Had we known the ton she bore," F 1185, J 1124


Box 3: folder 39
Ms 202: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Had we our senses," F 1310, J 1284


Box 3: folder 40
Ms 203/203a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "He ate and drank the precious words," F 1593, J 1587


Box 3: folder 41
Ms 204/204a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "He lived the life of ambush," F 1571, J 1525 and "Please not to seek Lowells Hawthorne," J 1525


Box 3: folder 42
Ms 205: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "He lived the life of ambush," F 1571, J 1525


Box 3: folder 43
Ms 206: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "He preached upon breadth till it argued him narrow," F 1226, J 1207


Box 3: folder 44
Ms 207: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Her losses make our gains ashamed," F 1602, J 1562


Box 3: folder 45
Ms 208; 208a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "His bill is clasped - his eye forsook," F 1126, J 1102


Box 3: folder 46
Ms 209: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "His little hearse like figure," F 1547, J 1522


Box 3: folder 47
Ms 210; 210a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "His mansion in the pool," F 1355, J 1379


Box 3: folder 48
Ms 211; 211a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "His mind like fabrics of the east," F 1471, J 1446


Box 3: folder 49
Ms 212; 212a; 212b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "His oriental heresies," F 1562, J 1526


Box 3: folder 50
Ms 213/213a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "His voice decrepit was with joy," F 1508, J 1476


Box 3: folder 51
Ms 214; 214a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Honey grows everywhere," J prose fragment 78


Box 3: folder 52
Ms 215; 215a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Hope is a strange invention," F 1424, J 1392


Box 3: folder 53
Ms 216: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Hope is a subtle glutton," F 1493, J 1547


Box 3: folder 54
Ms 217: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How brittle are the piers," F 1459, J 1433


Box 3: folder 55
Ms 218: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How destitute is he," F 1509, J 1477


Box 3: folder 56
Ms 219: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How firm eternity must look, "F 1397, J 1499


Box 3: folder 57
Ms 220: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How fits his umber coat," F 1414, J 1371


Box 3: folder 58
Ms 221: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How good his lava bed," F 1472, J 1447


Box 3: folder 59
Ms 222/222b; 222a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How happy is the little stone," F 1570, J 1510


Box 3: folder 60
Ms 223/223a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How human nature dotes," F 1440, J 1417


Box 3: folder 61
Ms 224/224a; 224b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How lonesome the wind must feel," F 1441, J 1418


Box 3: folder 62
Ms 225/225a-226: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "How many schemes may die," F 1326, J 1150 and "Not with a club, this heart is broken," F 1349, J 1304


Box 3: folder 63
Ms 227/227a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How much the present moment means," F 1420, J 1380 and "Thank you for the delight," J prose fragment 47 and "Of his peculiar light," F 1396, J 1362, J prose fragment 47


Box 3: folder 64
Ms 228; 228a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How ruthless are the gentle," F 1465, J 1439


Box 3: folder 65
Ms 229: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How soft a caterpillar steps," F 1523, J 1448


Box 3: folder 66
Ms 230: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I cannot meet the spring, unmoved," F 1122, J 1051


Box 3: folder 67
Ms 231: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I groped for him before I knew," F 1585, J 1555


Box 3: folder 68
Ms 232: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I have no life but this," F 1432, J 1398


Box 3: folder 69
Ms 233: Emily Dickinson mansucript of poem "I held it so tight that I lost it," J prose fragment 81


Box 3: folder 70
General

For additional material relating to Ms. 233, See: Box 12, Folder 21

Ms 234: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I hid myself within my flower," F 80, J 903


Box 3: folder 71
Ms 235: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I know suspense - it steps so terse," F 1283, J 1285


Box 3: folder 72
Ms 236: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I never hear that one is dead," F 1325, J 1323


Box 3: folder 73
Ms 237: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I never saw a moor," F 800, J 1052


Box 3: folder 74
Ms 238; 238a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I noticed people disappeared," F 1154, J 1149


Box 3: folder 75
Ms 239: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I send you a decrepit flower," F 1346, J 1324


Box 3: folder 76
Ms 240/240a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I suppose the time will come," F 1389, J 1381


Box 3: folder 77
Ms 241: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I thought that nature was enough," F 1269, J 1286


Box 3: folder 78
Ms 242/242a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I thought the train would never come," F 1473, J 1449


Box 3: folder 79
Ms 243; 243a/243b; 243c: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I watched the precious beggar," F 1531, J 1502


Box 3: folder 80
General

For additional material relating to Ms. 243, See: Box 12, Folder 22

Ms 244-244a/244b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "I'd rather collect a setting," F 1366, J 1349 and "An antiquated grace," F1367, J 1345


Box 3: folder 81
Ms 245: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "If those I loved were lost," F 20, J 29


Box 3: folder 82
Ms 246: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "If wrecked opon the bay of thought," F 1503, J 1469


Box 3: folder 83
Ms 247; 247a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "If wrecked opon the shoal of thought," F 1503, J 1469


Box 3: folder 84
Ms 248: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Image of light, adieu," F 1586, J 1556


Box 3: folder 85
Ms 249/250: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Immured in heaven," F 1628, J 1594 and "Lad of Athens," F 1606, J 1768


Box 3: folder 86
Ms 251: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "In many and reportless places," F 1404, J 1382


Box 3: folder 87
Ms 252: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "In this short life," F 1292, J 1287


Box 3: folder 88
Ms 253: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "In thy long paradise of light," F 1145, J 1145


Box 3: folder 89
Ms 254/255: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Incredible the lodging," F 1452, J 1395 and "After all birds have been investigated," F 1383, J 1395


Box 3: folder 90
Ms 256: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Is heaven a physician?," F 1260, J 1270


Box 3: folder 91
Ms 257/257a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It sifts from leaden sieves," F 291, J 311


Box 3: folder 92
Ms 258: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It sounded as if the air were running," F 1454, J 1397


Box 3: folder 93
Ms 259: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It sounded as if the streets were running," F 1454, J 1397


Box 3: folder 94
Pin - removed from Ms 163/163b; 163a/163c


Box 3: folder 95
Pin - removed from Ms 210; 210a


Box 3: folder 96
Pin - removed from Ms 211; 211a


Box 3: folder 97
Pin - removed from Ms 222/222b; 222a


Box 3: folder 98
Pin - removed from Ms 238; 238a


Box 3: folder 99
Ms 260/260a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It sounded as if the streets were running," F 1454, J 1397


Box 4: folder 1
Ms 261/261a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It was a quiet seeming day," F 1442, J 1419


Box 4: folder 2
Ms 262, 262a; 262b; 262c: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It was a quiet way," F 573, J 1053


Box 4: folder 3
Ms 263: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It's little ether hood," F 1490, J 1501


Box 4: folder 4
Ms 264, 264a; 264b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Just once! Oh least request!," F478, J 1076


Box 4: folder 5
Ms 265/265a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Knock with tremor," F 1333, J 1325


Box 4: folder 6
Ms 266/267: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Lain in nature - so suffice us," F 1309, J 1288 and "Not one by heaven defrauded," F 1296, J 1303


Box 4: folder 7
Ms 268/268a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Lay this laurel on the one," F 1428, J 1393


Box 4: folder 8
Ms 269/269a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Lay this laurel on the one," F 1428, J 1393 and "Dear friends, I bring you the first arbutus," J prose fragment 27


Box 4: folder 9
Ms 270: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Left in immortal youth," F 1289, J 1289


Box 4: folder 10
Ms 271: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Lest they should come - is all my fear," F 1204, J 1169


Box 4: folder 11
Ms 272: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Let my first knowing be of thee,"F 1254, J 1218


Box 4: folder 12
Ms 273: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Lift it - with the feathers," F 1362, J 1348


Box 4: folder 13
Ms 274: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Light is sufficient to itself," F 506, J 862


Box 4: folder 14
Ms 275: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Like rain it sounded till it curved," F 1245, J 1235


Box 4: folder 15
Ms 276: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Like time's insidious wrinkle," F 1264, J 1236


Box 4: folder 16
Ms 277/277a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Long years apart - can make no," F 1405, J 1383


Box 4: folder 17
Ms 278: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Look back on time with kindly eyes," F 1251, J 1478


Box 4: folder 18
Ms 279: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Luck is not chance," F 1360, J 1350


Box 4: folder 19
Ms 280, 280a; 280b; 280c: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "March is the month of expectation," F 1422, J 1404


Box 4: folder 20
Ms 281: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Me, change! Me, alter!," F 281, J 268


Box 4: folder 21
Ms 282: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Meeting by accident," F 1578, J 1548


Box 4: folder 22
Ms 283/283a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Mine enemy is growing old," F 1539, J 1509 and "With love, for supper," J prose fragment 55


Box 4: folder 23
Ms 284, 284a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Mine enemy is frowing old," F 1539, J 1509


Box 4: folder 24
Ms 285-286/286a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "More than the frave is closed to me," F 1532, J 1503 and "All that I do," F 1529, J 1496


Box 4: folder 25
Ms 287: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Most arrows slay but whom they strike," F 1666


Box 4: folder 26
Ms 288: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "My heart ran so to thee," F 1331, J 1237


Box 4: folder 27
Ms 289; 289a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "My maker - let me be," F 1463, J 1403


Box 4: folder 28
Ms 290: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "My maker - let me be," F 1463, J 1403


Box 4: folder 29
Ms 291: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "My river runs to thee," F 219, J 162


Box 4: folder 30
Ms 292, 292a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "My wars are laid away in books," F 1579, J 1549


Box 4: folder 31
Ms 293/293a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Nature affects to be sedate," F 1176, J 1170


Box 4: folder 32
Ms 294, 294a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "No brigadier throughout the year," F 1596, J 1561


Box 4: folder 33
Ms 295/296; 295a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "No man saw awe, not to his house," F 1342, J 1733 and "The last of summer is delight," F 1380, J 1353


Box 4: folder 34
Ms 297/298: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "No passenger was known to flee," F 1451, J 1406 and "Last to adhere," F 1383, J 1395


Box 4: folder 35
Ms 299: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "No passenger was known to flee," F 1451, J 1406


Box 4: folder 36
Ms 300: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Nobody knows this little rose," F 11, J 35


Box 4: folder 37
Ms 301: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Not at home to callers," F 1604, J 1590


Box 4: folder 38
Ms 302: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Not knowing when the dawn will come," F 1647, J 1619


Box 4: folder 39
Ms 303: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Not knowing when the dawn will come," F 1647, J 1619


Box 4: folder 40
Ms 304/304a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Of all the souls that stand create," F 279, J 664


Box 4: folder 41
Ms 305/305a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Of death I try to think like this," F 1588, J 1558


Box 4: folder 42
Ms 306/307: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Of paradise' existence," F 1421, J 1411 and "March is the month of expectation," F 1422, J 1404


Box 4: folder 43
Ms 308, 308a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Of silken speech, and specious shoe," F 1078, J 896


Box 4: folder 44
Ms 309/310: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Of whom so dear," F 1533, J 1505 and "I do not care," F 1534, J 1505


Box 4: folder 45
Ms 311/311a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Oh future! Thou secreted peace," F 1652, J 1631


Box 4: folder 46
Ms 312: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Oh give it motion - deck it sweet," F 1550, J 1527


Box 4: folder 47
Ms 313-314: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Myself computed were they pearls," F 846, J 794 and "Oh magnanimity," F 1208, J 794


Box 4: folder 48
Ms 315, 315a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Oh shadow on the grass," F 1237, J 1187


Box 4: folder 49
Ms 316: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Oh sumptuous moment," F 1186, J 1125


Box 4: folder 50
Ms 317; 317a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "On that specific pillow," F 1554, J 1533


Box 4: folder 51
Ms 318: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "On the world you colored," F 1203, J 1171


Box 4: folder 52
Ms 319; 319a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "One joy of so much anguish," F 1450, J 1420


Box 4: folder 53
Ms 320: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "One note from one bird," J prose fragment 97


Box 4: folder 54
Ms 321, 321a; 321b, 321c: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "One of the ones that Midas touched," F 1488, J 1466


Box 4: folder 55
Ms 322: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "One of the ones that Midas touched," F 1488, J 1466


Box 4: folder 56
Ms 323: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "One thing of thee I covet," F 1516, J 1464


Box 4: folder 57
Ms 324: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Our little secrets slink away," F 1318, J 1326


Box 4: folder 58
Ms 325: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Paradise is of the option," F 1125, J 1069


Box 4: folder 59
Ms 326: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Paradise is that old mansion," F 1144, J 1119


Box 4: folder 60
Ms 327: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Partake as doth the bee," F 806, J 994


Box 4: folder 61
Ms 328/328a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Perhaps they do not go so far," F 1455, J 1399


Box 4: folder 62
Ms 329: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Pink - small - and punctual," F 1357, J 1332


Box 4: folder 63
Ms 330, 330a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Pink - small - and punctual," F 1357, J 1332


Box 4: folder 64
Ms 331: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Pompeii - /All its occupations crystallized," J prose fragment 100


Box 4: folder 65
Ms 332: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Pompless no life can pass away," F 1594, J 1626


Box 4: folder 66
Ms 333/333a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Pompless no life can pass away," F 1594, J 1626


Box 4: folder 67
Ms 334/334a; 334b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Power is a familiar growth," F 1287, J 1238


Box 4: folder 68
Ms 335/335a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Praise it - 'tis dead," F 1406, J 1384


Box 4: folder 69
Ms 336: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Purple - is fashionable twice," F 896, J 980


Box 4: folder 70
Ms 337: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Recollect the face of me," F 1306, J 1305


Box 4: folder 71
Ms 338/338a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Red sea', indeed!," F 1681, J 1642


Box 4: folder 72
Ms 339: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Risk is the hair that holds the tun," F 1253, J 1239


Box 4: folder 73
Ms 340/340a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "'Secrets' is a daily word," F 1494, J 1385 and "Let me go for the day breaketh," J 720 letters


Box 4: folder 74
Ms 341: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Shall I take thee, the poet said," F1243, J 1126


Box 4: folder 75
Ms 342: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Shame is the shawl of pink," F 1437, J 1412


Box 4: folder 76
Ms 343: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "She could not live upon the past," F 1535, J 1505


Box 4: folder 77
Ms 344; 344a; 344b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "She laid her docile crescent down," F 1453, J 1396


Box 4: folder 78
Ms 345: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "She laid her docile crescent down," F 1453, J 1396


Box 4: folder 79
Ms 346/346a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "She sped as petals of a rose," F 897, J 991


Box 4: folder 80
Ms 347: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "She sped as petals from a rose," F 897, J 991


Box 4: folder 81
Ms 348: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Silence is all we dread," F 1300, J 1251


Box 4: folder 82
Ms 349/349a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "So fain she was to die," F 1278, J 1272


Box 4: folder 83
Ms 350: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "So pleased she was to die," F 1278, J 1272


Box 4: folder 84
Ms 351-352: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Society for me my misery," F 1195, J 1534 and "Step lightly on this narrow spot," F 1227, J 1183


Box 4: folder 85
Ms 353: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Soft as the massacre of suns," F 1146, J 1127


Box 4: folder 86
Ms 354-354a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Some one prepared this mighty show," F 1678, J 1644


Box 4: folder 87
Ms 355: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Some wretched creature, savior take," F1132, J 1111


Box 4: folder 88
Ms 356: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Soto' - explore thyself," F 814, J 832


Box 4: folder 89
Ms 357: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Soul, take thy risk," F 1136, J 1151


Box 4: folder 90
Ms 358: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "South winds jostle them," F 98, J 86


Box 4: folder 91
Ms 359-359a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Still as the profile of a tree" and "I never heard you call anything"


Box 4: folder 92
Pin - removed from Ms 317; 317a


Box 4: folder 93
Pin - removed from Ms 344/344a; 344b


Box 4: folder 94
Pin - removed from Ms 346/346a


Box 4: folder 95
Ms 360: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Still own thee - still thou art," F 1654, J 1633


Box 5: folder 1
Ms 361/361a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Such are the inlets of the mind," F 1431, J 1421; "He is an ardent jockey for so old a man," and "I feel barefoot all over"


Box 5: folder 2
Ms 362/362a; 362b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Summer has two beginnings," F 1457, J 1422


Box 5: folder 3
Ms 363/363a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Summer is shorter than any one," F 1483, J 1506


Box 5: folder 4
Ms 364: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Summer laid her simple hat," F 1411, J 1363


Box 5: folder 5
Ms 365; 365a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Summer laid her simple hat," F 1411, J 1363


Box 5: folder 6
Ms 366/366a; 366b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Summer - we all have seen," F 1413, J 1386
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Box 5: folder 7
Ms 367: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Surprise is like a thrilling - pungent," F1324, J 1306


Box 5: folder 8
Ms 368: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Sweet skepticism of the heart," F 1438, J 1413


Box 5: folder 9
Ms 369, 369a; 369b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Sweet, to have had them lost," F 809, J 901


Box 5: folder 10
Ms 370: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Take all I have away," F 1671, J 1640


Box 5: folder 11
Ms 371/371a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Talk not to me of summer trees," F 1655, J 1634


Box 5: folder 12
Ms 372: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Tell all the truth but tell it slant," F 1263, J 1129


Box 5: folder 13
Ms 373; 373a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Tell as a marksman - were forgotten," F 1148, J 1152


Box 5: folder 14
Ms 374; 374a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "That odd old man is dead a year," F 1156, J 1130


Box 5: folder 15
Ms 375: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "That short - potential stir," F 1363, J 1307


Box 5: folder 16
Ms 376, 376a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "That this should feel the need of death, " F 1189, J 1112


Box 5: folder 17
Ms 377/377a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The beggar at the door for fame," F 1291, J 1240


Box 5: folder 18
Ms 378, 378a; 378b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The Bible is an untold volume," F 1577, J 1545


Box 5: folder 19
Ms 379/379a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The bird did prance - the bee did play," F 1147, J 1107


Box 5: folder 20
Ms 380: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The blood is more showy than the breath," J prose fragment 107


Box 5: folder 21
Ms 381/381a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The bobolink is gone - rowdy of the meadow," F 1620, J 1591


Box 5: folder 22
Ms 382: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The butterfly in honored dust," F 1305, J 1246


Box 5: folder 23
Ms 383: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The butterfly's assumption gown," F 1329, J 1244


Box 5: folder 24
Ms 384: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The butterfly's numidian gown," F 1395, J 1387


Box 5: folder 25
Ms 385-386: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "The clock strikes one," F 1598, J 1569 and "A sloop of amber slips away," F 1599, J 1622


Box 5: folder 26
Ms 387: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The clouds their backs together laid," F 1246, J 1172


Box 5: folder 27
Ms 388/388a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The clover's simple fame," F 1256, J 1232


Box 5: folder 28
Ms 389: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A clover's simple fame," F 1256, J 1232


Box 5: folder 29
Ms 390, 390a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "THe days that we can spare," F 1229, J 1184


Box 5: folder 30
Ms 391: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The ditch is dear to the drunken man," F 1679, J 1645


Box 5: folder 31
Ms 392, 392a; 392b; 392c: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The duties of the wind are few," F 1160, J 1137


Box 5: folder 32
Ms 393: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The face in evanescence lain," F 1521, J 1490


Box 5: folder 33
Ms 394/394a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The fairest home I ever knew," F 1443, J 1423


Box 5: folder 34
Ms 395, 395a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The farthest thunder that I heard," F 1665, J 1581


Box 5: folder 35
Ms 396, 396a; 396b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The farthest thunder that I heard," F 1665, J 1581


Box 5: folder 36
Ms 397/397a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The fascinating chill that music leaves," F 1511, J 1480


Box 5: folder 37
Ms 398/398b; 398a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The gentian has a parched corolla," F 1458, J 1424


Box 5: folder 38
Ms 399; 399a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The heart is the capital of the mind," F 1381, J 1354


Box 5: folder 39
Ms 400; 400a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The incidents of love," F 1172, J 1248


Box 5: folder 40
Ms 401; 401a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The infinite a sudden gust," F 1344, J 1309


Box 5: folder 41
Ms 402/402a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The jay his castanet has struck," F 1670, J 1635


Box 5: folder 42
Ms 403: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The lassitudes of contemplation," F 1613, J 1592


Box 5: folder 43
Ms 404/404a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The last of summer is a time," F 1380, J 1353


Box 5: folder 44
Ms 405: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The last of summer is result," F 1380, J 1353


Box 5: folder 45
Ms 406/406a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The life that tied too tight escapes," F 1555, J 1535


Box 5: folder 46
Ms 407: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The lightning is a yellow fork," F 1140, J 1173


Box 5: folder 47
Ms 408/408a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The lilac is an ancient shrub," F 1261, J 1241


Box 5: folder 48
Ms 409, 409a, 409b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The luxury to apprehend," F 819, J 815


Box 5: folder 49
Ms 410/410a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The mind lives on the heart," F 1384, J 1355


Box 5: folder 50
Ms 411: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The mind lives on the heart," F 1384, J 1355


Box 5: folder 51
Ms 412: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The most pathetic thing I do," F 1345, J 1290


Box 5: folder 52
Ms 413; 413a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The most triumphant bird," F 1285, J 1265


Box 5: folder 53
Ms 414; 414a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The murmuring of bees has ceased," F 1142, J 1115


Box 5: folder 54
Ms 415: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The muschroom is the elf of plants," F 1350, J 1298


Box 5: folder 55
Ms 416: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The mushroom is the elf of plants," F 1350, J 1298


Box 5: folder 56
Ms 417, 417a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The mushroom is the elf of plants," F1350, J 1298


Box 5: folder 57
Ms 418-419: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "The merchant of the picturesque," F 1134, J 1131 and "None who saw it ever told it," F 1135, J 1110


Box 5: folder 58
Ms 420: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The notice that is called the spring," F 1319, J 1310


Box 5: folder 59
Ms 421: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The pattern of the sun," F 1580, J 1550


Box 5: folder 60
Ms 422: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The pedigree of honey," F 1650, J 1627


Box 5: folder 61
Ms 423: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The pedigree of honey," F 1650, J 1627


Box 5: folder 62
Ms 424/424a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The pile of years is not so high," F 1337, J 1507


Box 5: folder 63
Ms 425: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The pretty rain from those sweet eaves," F 1444, J 1426


Box 5: folder 64
Ms 426: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The riddle we can guess," F 1180, J 1222


Box 5: folder 65
General

For additional material relating to Ms. 426, See: Box 12, Folder 23

Ms 427, 427a; 427b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The road to paradise is plain," F 1525, J 1491


Box 5: folder 66
Ms 428/428a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The road was lit with moon and star," F 1474, J 1450


Box 5: folder 67
Ms 429: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The robin is a troubadour," F 1520, J 1483


Box 5: folder 68
Ms 430, 430a; 430b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The savior must have been," F 1538, J 1487


Box 5: folder 69
Ms 431/432: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "The sea said 'come' to the brook," F 1275, J 1210 and "Now I knew I lost her," F 1274, J 1219


Box 5: folder 70
Ms 433: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The show is not the show," F 1270, J 1206


Box 5: folder 71
Ms 434: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The sky is low - the clouds are mean," F 1121, J 1075


Box 5: folder 72
Ms 435: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The smouldering embers blush," F 1143, J 1132


Box 5: folder 73
Ms 436: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The snow that never drifts," F 1155, J 1133


Box 5: folder 74
Ms 437: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The spirit lasts - but in what mode," F 1627, J 1576


Box 5: folder 75
Ms 438/438a; 438b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The spry arms of the wind," F 802, J 1103


Box 5: folder 76
Ms 439: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The suburbs of a secret," F 1171, J 1245


Box 5: folder 77
Ms 440/440a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The summer that we did not prize," F 1622, J 1773


Box 5: folder 78
Ms 441: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The sun and fog contested," F 1248, J 1190


Box 5: folder 79
Ms 442: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The sun is reining to the west," F 1656, J 1636


Box 5: folder 80
Ms 443: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The sun is one - and on the tare," F 1399, J 1372


Box 5: folder 81
Ms 444/444a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "The sweets of pillage, can be known," F 1504, J 1470 and "The consciousness of subsiding power," J prose fragment 108


Box 5: folder 82
Ms 445/445b; 445a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The things that never can come back, are several," F 1564, J 1515


Box 5: folder 83
Ms 446, 446a; 446b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The things we thought that we should do," F 1279, J 1293


Box 5: folder 84
Ms 447, 447a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The things we thought that we should do," F 1279, J 1293


Box 5: folder 85
Ms 448/448a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The thrill came slowly like a boon for," F 1528, J 1495


Box 5: folder 86
Ms 449: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The vastset earthly day," F 1323, J 1328


Box 5: folder 87
Ms 450: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The way hope builds his house," F 1512, J 1481


Box 5: folder 88
Ms 451, 451a/451b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The wind begun to rock the grass," F 796, J 824


Box 5: folder 89
Ms 452/452a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The wind took up the northern things," F 1152, J 1134


Box 5: folder 90
Ms 453: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The worthlessness of earthly things," F 1400, J 1373


Box 5: folder 91
Ms 454: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The worthlessness of earthly things," F 1400, J 1373


Box 5: folder 92
Ms 455: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Their barricade against the sky," F 1505, J 1471


Box 5: folder 93
Ms 456: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "There are two ripenings," F 420, J 332


Box 5: folder 94
Ms 457, 457a/457b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "There came a day - at summer's full," F 325, J 322


Box 5: folder 95
Ms 458, 458a; 458b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "There came a wind like a bugle," F 1618, J 1593


Box 5: folder 96
Ms 459: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "There comes a warning like a spy," F 1560, J 1536


Box 5: folder 97
Pin - removed from Ms 373; 373a


Box 5: folder 98
Pin - removed from Ms 388, 388a


Box 5: folder 99
Pin - removed from Ms 401; 401a


Box 5: folder 100
Pin - removed from Ms 405


Box 5: folder 101
Pin - removed from Ms 445/445b; 445a


Box 5: folder 102
Pin - removed from Ms 458b


Box 5: folder 103
Ms 460: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "There is a strength in proving that it can be," F 1133, J 1113


Box 6: folder 1
Ms 461; 461a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "There is another loneliness," F 1138, J 1116


Box 6: folder 2
Ms 462; 462a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "There is no frigate like a book," F 1286, J 1263


Box 6: folder 3
Ms 463: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "There is no frigate like a book," F 1286, J 1263


Box 6: folder 4
Ms 464: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "There's the battle of Burgoyne," F 1316, J 1174


Box 6: folder 5
Ms 465: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "These are the days when birds come back," F 122, J 130


Box 6: folder 6
Ms 466/466a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "These are the nights that beetles love," F 1150, J 1128


Box 6: folder 7
Ms 467: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "These fevered days - to take them to the forest," F 1467, J 1441


Box 6: folder 8
Ms 468: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "These held their wick above the west," F 1416, J 1390


Box 6: folder 9
Ms 469: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "These strangers in a foreign world," F 805, J 1096


Box 6: folder 10
Ms 470/470a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "They leave us with the infinite," F 352, J 350


Box 6: folder 11
Ms 471/471a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "This me that walks and works must die," F 1616, J 1588


Box 6: folder 12
Ms 472; 472a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "This me - that walks and works - must die," F 1616, J 1588


Box 6: folder 13
Ms 473: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "This me - that walks and works - must die," F 1616, J 1488


Box 6: folder 14
Ms 474: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "This slow day moved along," F 1198, J 1120


Box 6: folder 15
Ms 475/475a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Those cattle smaller than a bee," F 1393, J 1388


Box 6: folder 16
Ms 476; 476a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Those - dying then," F 1581, J 1551


Box 6: folder 17
Ms 477: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Though the great waters sleep," F 1641, J 1599


Box 6: folder 18
Ms 478; 478a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Though the great waters sleep," F 1641, J 1599


Box 6: folder 19
Ms 479: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Through what transports of patience," F 1265, J 1153


Box 6: folder 20
Ms 480: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Time does go on," F 1338, J 1121


Box 6: folder 21
Ms 481: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Tis my first night beneath the sun," F 1151, J 1122


Box 6: folder 22
Ms 482: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Tis seasons since the dimpled war," F 1551, J 1529


Box 6: folder 23
Ms 483/483a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Tis whiter than an Indian pipe," F 1513, J 1482


Box 6: folder 24
Ms 484/484a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To be forgot by thee," F 1601, J 1560


Box 6: folder 25
Ms 485: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To break so vast a heart," F 1308, J 1312


Box 6: folder 26
Ms 486: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To earn it by disdaining it," F 1445, J 1427


Box 6: folder 27
Ms 487: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To flee from memory," F 1343, J 1242


Box 6: folder 28
Ms 488/488a; 488b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To her derided home," F 1617, J 1586


Box 6: folder 29
Ms 489, 489a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To her derided home," F 1617, J 1586


Box 6: folder 30
Ms 490; 490a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To mend each tattered faith," F 1468, J 1442


Box 6: folder 31
Ms 491: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To see her is a picture," F 1597, J 1568


Box 6: folder 32
Ms 492: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To see the summer sky," F 1491, J 1472


Box 6: folder 33
Ms 493, 493a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To undertake is to achieve," F 991, J 1070


Box 6: folder 34
Ms 494/495: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Touch lightly nature's sweet guitar," F 1403, J 1389 and "His heart was darker than the starless night," F 1402, J 1378


Box 6: folder 35
Ms 496-497/496a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Tried always and condemned by thee," F 1589, J 1558 and "Lives he in any other world," F 1587, J 1557


Box 6: folder 36
Ms 498/498a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Two butterflies went out at noon," F 571, J 533


Box 6: folder 37
Ms 499: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Twas later when the summer went," F 1312, J 1276


Box 6: folder 38
Ms 500: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Until the desert knows," F 1262, J 1291


Box 6: folder 39
Ms 501, 501a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Unworthy of her breast," F 1439, J 1414


Box 6: folder 40
Ms 502: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Opon a lilac sea," F 1368, J 1337


Box 6: folder 41
Ms 503: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Upon his saddle sprung a bird," F 1663, J 1600


Box 6: folder 42
Ms 504: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Warm in her hand these accents lie," F 1307, J 1313


Box 6: folder 43
Ms 505: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Was not' was all the statement," F 1277, J 1342


Box 6: folder 44
Ms 506: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Walter makes many beds," F 1446, J 1428


Box 6: folder 45
Ms 507: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We like a hairbreadth 'scape," F 1247, J 1175


Box 6: folder 46
Ms 508: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We like March - his shoes are purple," F 1194, J 1213


Box 6: folder 47
Ms 509-510/510a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "We like March - his shoes are purple," F 1194, J 1213 and "The inundation of the spring," F 1423, J 1425


Box 6: folder 48
Ms 511, 511a; 511b; 511c; 511d; 511e; 511f: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We like March - his shoes are purple," F 1194, J 1213


Box 6: folder 49
Ms 512; 512a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We never know how high we are," F 1197, J 1176


Box 6: folder 50
Ms 513; 513a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We never know we go when we are going," F 1546, J 1523


Box 6: folder 51
Ms 514: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We talked with each other about each other," F 1506, J 1473


Box 6: folder 52
Ms 515: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We talked with each other about each other," F 1506, J 1473


Box 6: folder 53
Ms 516: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We talked with each other about each other," F 1506, J 1473


Box 6: folder 54
Ms 517: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "What mystery pervades a well," F 1433, J 1400


Box 6: folder 55
Ms 518: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Whatever it is - she has tried it," F 1200, J 1204


Box 6: folder 56
Ms 519: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "When a lover is a beggar," F 1330, J 1314


Box 6: folder 57
Ms 520: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Where roses would not dare to go," F 1610, J 1582


Box 6: folder 58
Ms 521: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Whether they have forgotten," F 1334, J 1329


Box 6: folder 59
Ms 522, 522a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "While we were fearing it, it came," F 1317, J 1277


Box 6: folder 60
Ms 523/523a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Who ever heard of the blest June delaying," J prose fragment 123


Box 6: folder 61
Ms 524/524a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Who goes to dine must take his feast," F 1219, J 1223


Box 6: folder 62
Ms 525: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Who never wanted - maddest joy," F 1447, J 1430


Box 6: folder 63
Ms 526: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Who robbed the woods," F 57, J 41


Box 6: folder 64
Ms 527: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Whoever disenchants," F 1475, J 1451


Box 6: folder 65
Ms 528: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Witchcraft was hung, in history," F 1612, J 1583


Box 6: folder 66
Ms 529/529a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "With pinions of disdain," F1448, J 1431


Box 6: folder 67
Ms 530: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Within thy grave," F 1582, J 1552


Box 6: folder 68
Ms 531: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Without a smile - without a throe," F 1340, J 1330


Box 6: folder 69
Ms 532, 532a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Wolfe demanded during dying," F 482, J 678


Box 6: folder 70
Ms 533: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Wonder is not precisely knowing," F 1347, J 1331


Box 6: folder 71
Ms 534: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Yesterday is history," F 1290, J 1292
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Box 6: folder 72
Ms 535: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "You cannot make remembrance grow," F 1536, J 1508


Box 6: folder 73
Ms 536: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "You cannot take itself," F 1359, J 1351


Box 6: folder 74
Ms 537: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Your thoughts don't have words every day," F 1476, J 1452


Box 6: folder 75
Ms 538: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A cold yet parched alarm," J prose fragment 58, J prose fragment 59


Box 6: folder 76
Ms 539/539a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Doubt has the wisest men undone," J prose fragment 113


Box 6: folder 77
Ms 540: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Necessitates celerity," J prose fragment 92


Box 6: folder 78
(Numbers 541-549 not used)


Box 6: folder 79-87
Subseries B: Letters



Ms 550, 550a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 4


Box 6: folder 88
Ms 551, 551a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 16


Box 6: folder 89
Ms 552, 552a; 552b, 552c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 17


Box 6: folder 90
Ms 553, 553a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 19


Box 6: folder 91
Ms 554, 554a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 21


Box 6: folder 92
Ms 555, 555a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 22


Box 6: folder 93
Ms 556, 556a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 24


Box 6: folder 94
Ms 557, 557a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 25


Box 6: folder 95
Ms 558, 558a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 37


Box 6: folder 96
Ms 558b; 558c; 558d; 558e; 558f; 558g: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock letter to Austin Dickinson, J 37


Box 6: folder 97
Ms 559, 559a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 42


Box 6: folder 98
Pin - removed from Ms 478; 478a


Box 6: folder 99
Pin - removed from Ms 490; 490a


Box 6: folder 100
Pin - removed from Ms 513; 513a


Box 6: folder 101
Ms 560, 560a, 560b, 560c, 560d: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Edward Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Loring Norcross letter to Austin Dickinson, J 43


Box 7: folder 1
Ms 561, 561a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 44


Box 7: folder 2
Ms 562, 562a; 562b, 562c; 562d; 562e: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 45


Box 7: folder 3
Ms 563, 563a; 563b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 46


Box 7: folder 4
Ms 564, 564a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 47


Box 7: folder 5
Ms 565, 565a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 48


Box 7: folder 6
Ms 566, 566a; 566b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Edward Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 49


Box 7: folder 7
Ms 567/567a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 51


Box 7: folder 8
Ms 568, 568a; 568b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Edward Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 52


Box 7: folder 9
Ms 569, 569a; 569b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 53


Box 7: folder 10
Ms 570, 570a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 54


Box 7: folder 11
Ms 571, 571a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 55

Box 7: folder 12
Ms 572, 572a; 572b; 572c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 57


Box 7: folder 13
Ms 573, 573a; 573b; 573c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 58


Box 7: folder 14
Ms 574, 574a; Note (not by Dickinson) "formerly contained letter of Dec 2, 1851" found under envelope flap, J 59


Box 7: folder 15
Ms 575, 575a; 575b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Edward Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 60


Box 7: folder 16
Ms 576, 576a; 576b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 62


Box 7: folder 17
Ms 577, 577a; 577b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 63


Box 7: folder 18
Ms 578, 578a; 578b; 578c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 65


Box 7: folder 19
Ms 579/579a; 579b; 579c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 64


Box 7: folder 20
Ms 580, 580a; 580b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 66


Box 7: folder 21
Ms 581/581a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 67


Box 7: folder 22
Ms 581b; 581c; 581d: Lavinia Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 67


Box 7: folder 23
Ms 582, 582a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 68


Box 7: folder 24
Ms 582b: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 68


Box 7: folder 25
Ms 583, 583a; 583b; 583c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 71


Box 7: folder 26
Ms 584, 584a; 584b; 584c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Edward Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 72


Box 7: folder 27
Ms 585, 585a; 585b; 585c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 76


Box 7: folder 28
Ms 586, 586a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 79


Box 7: folder 29
Ms 587, 587a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 80


Box 7: folder 30
Ms 588, 588a; 588b; 588c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Edward Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 82


Box 7: folder 31
Ms 589, 589a; 589b; 589c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson J 84


Box 7: folder 32
Ms 590/590a; 590b; 590c; 590d: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Edward Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 89


Box 7: folder 33
Ms 591, 591a; 591b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 90


Box 7: folder 34
Ms 592, 592a; 592b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 95


Box 7: folder 35
Ms 592c: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 95


Box 7: folder 36
Ms 592d: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 95


Box 7: folder 37
Ms 592e: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 95


Box 7: folder 38
Ms 592f; 592g; 592h: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 95


Box 7: folder 39
Ms 593, 593a; 593b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 104


Box 7: folder 40
Ms 594, 594a; 594b; 594c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 106


Box 7: folder 41
Ms 595, 595a; 595b; 595c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Edward Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 108


Box 7: folder 42
Ms 596, 596a; 596b/596c; 596d: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 109
(J 109)

Box 7: folder 43
Ms 597, 597a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 110


Box 7: folder 44
Ms 598, 598a; 598b/598c, 598d: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 113


Box 7: folder 45
Ms 599, 599a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 114


Box 7: folder 46
Ms 600, 600a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 115


Box 7: folder 47
Ms 601, 601a; 601b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 116


Box 7: folder 48
Ms 602, 602a; 602b/602c; 602d: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Edward Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 118


Box 7: folder 49
Ms 603, 603a; 603b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 122


Box 7: folder 50
Ms 604, 604a, 604b/604c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 123


Box 7: folder 51
Ms 605/605a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 125


Box 7: folder 52
Ms 606: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 126


Box 7: folder 53
Ms 607, 607a, 607b/607c; 607d; 607e: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 127


Box 7: folder 54
Ms 607f: Lavinia Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 127


Box 7: folder 55
Ms 608, 608a; 608b, 608c; 608d: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Edward Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 128


Box 7: folder 56
Ms 609, 609a; 609b/609c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 129


Box 7: folder 57
Ms 610, 610a; 610b; 610c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 130


Box 7: folder 58
Ms 611, 611a; 611b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 131


Box 7: folder 59
Ms 612/612a; 612b; 612c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 132


Box 7: folder 60
Ms 613/613a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 139


Box 7: folder 61
Ms 614, 614a; 614b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 140


Box 7: folder 62
Ms 615, 615a; 615b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 141


Box 7: folder 63
Ms 616, 616a; 616b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 142


Box 7: folder 64
Ms 616c: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 142


Box 7: folder 65
Ms 616d: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 142


Box 7: folder 66
Ms 617, 617a; 617b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 144


Box 7: folder 67
Ms 618, 618a; 618b/618c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 145


Box 7: folder 68
Ms 619, 619a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 147


Box 7: folder 69
Ms 620; 620a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 148


Box 7: folder 70
Ms 621, 621a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 152


Box 7: folder 71
Ms 622, 622a; 622b; 622c: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 156


Box 7: folder 72
Ms 623, 623a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 157


Box 7: folder 73
Ms 624, 624a; 624b: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson; Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 158


Box 7: folder 74
Ms 624c: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 158


Box 7: folder 75
Ms 625, 625a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 159


Box 7: folder 76
Ms 625b: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, J 159


Box 7: folder 77
Ms 626: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, F 289, J 240


Box 7: folder 78
Ms 627, 627a: Emily Dickinson letter to Austin Dickinson, F 289, J 240


Box 7: folder 79
Ms 628, 628a: Emily Dickinson letter to Lavinia Norcross Dickinson, J 289


Box 7: folder 80
Ms 629, 629a; 629b, 629c; 629d, 629e; 629f/629g: Emily Dickinson letter to Lavinia Norcross Dickinson, J 293


Box 7: folder 81
Pin removed from Ms 564, 564a


Box 7: folder 82
Hair removed from Ms 564, 564a


Box 7: folder 83
Leaf removed from Ms 573, 573a; 573b; 573c


Box 7: folder 84
Gingham with 2 pins removed from Ms 590/590a; 590b; 590c; 590d


Box 7: folder 85
Pin removed from Ms 620; 620a


Box 7: folder 86
Ms 630, 630a: Emily Dickinson letter to Lavinia Norcross Dickinson, J 297


Box 8: folder 1
Ms 631, 631a; 631b: Emily Dickinson letter to Lavinia Norcross Dickinson, J 296


Box 8: folder 2
Ms 632, 632a: Emily Dickinson letter to Lavinia Norcross Dickinson, J 308


Box 8: folder 3
Ms 633; 633a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The day she goes," F 1302, J 1308


Box 8: folder 4
Ms 634/634a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Pigmy seraphs gone astray," F 96, J 138


Box 8: folder 5
Ms 635, 635a: Emily Dickinson letter to Susan Huntington Dickinson, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Excuse me Dollie," F 1302, J 1308


Box 8: folder 6
Ms 636/636a: Emily Dickinson letter to Susan Huntington Dickinson, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Pompless no life can pass away," F 1594, J 774


Box 8: folder 7
Ms 637/637a: Emily Dickinson letter to Susan Huntington Dickinson, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Tis a dangerous moment," J 938, J prose fragment 49


Box 8: folder 8
Ms 638/638a: Emily Dickinson letter to Edward (Ned) Dickinson, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We do not think enough of the dead," J 988, J prose fragment 50


Box 8: folder 9
Ms 639, 9a-1: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "It would not know if it were spurned," F 1615, J 1579


Box 8: folder 10
Ms 639a-2: Emily Dickinson letter to Elisabeth Dickinson Currier, J 188


Box 8: folder 11
Ms 640, 640a: Emily Dickinson letter to Joel Warren Norcross, J 29


Box 8: folder 12
Ms 641, 641a; 641b: Emily Dickinson letter to Louisa and Frances Norcross, F 1643, J 934


Box 8: folder 13
Ms 642, 642a; 642b: Emily Dickinson letter to Harriet Austin Dickinson, J 861


Box 8: folder 14
Ms 643: Emily Dickinson letter to Harriet Austin Dickinson, J 861


Box 8: folder 15
Ms 644: Emily Dickinson letter to Ellen E. Pike Dickinson, J 579


Box 8: folder 16
Ms 645, 645a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles and Mary Sanford Dwight Schermerhorn Bowles, J 189


Box 8: folder 17
Ms 646, 646a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 193


Box 8: folder 18
Ms 647: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "If recollecting were forgetting," J 193, F 9, J 33


Box 8: folder 19
Ms 648: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "If she had been the mistletoe," J 193, F 60, J 44


Box 8: folder 20
Ms 649: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 205


Box 8: folder 21
Ms 650/650a: Emily Dickinson letter to Mary Sanford Dwight Schermerhorn Bowles, J 196


Box 8: folder 22
Ms 651: Emily Dickinson letter to Mary Sanford Dwight Schermerhorn Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Her breast is fit for pearls," F 121, J 84


Box 8: folder 23
Ms 652: Emily Dickinson letter to Mary Sanford Dwight Schermerhorn Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'They have not chosen me,' he said," F 87, J 85


Box 8: folder 24
Ms 653: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "As watchers hang opon the east," F 120, J 121


Box 8: folder 25
Ms 654: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "These are the days when birds come back," F 122, J 130


Box 8: folder 26
Ms 655: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Besides the autumn poets sing," F 123, J 131


Box 8: folder 27
Ms 656: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Good night, because we must," F 97, J 114


Box 8: folder 28
Ms 657/657a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Heart, not so heavy as mine," F 88, J 83


Box 8: folder 29
Ms 658, 658a: Emily Dickinson letter to Mary Sanford Dwight Schermerhorn Bowles, J 212


Box 8: folder 30
Ms 659, 659a: Emily Dickcinson letter to Mary Sanford Dwight Schermerhorn Bowles, J 213


Box 8: folder 31
Ms 660: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, F 202, J 220


Box 8: folder 32
Ms 661: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "No wilderness can be," F 230, J 195


Box 8: folder 33
Ms 662: Emily Dickinson letter to Mary Sanford Dwight Schermerhorn Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I stole them from a bee," F 226, J 200


Box 8: folder 34
Ms 663: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A slash of blue," F 233, J 204


Box 8: folder 35
Ms 664, 664a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "What shall I do it whimpers so," F 237, J 186


Box 8: folder 36
Ms 665: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I'll send the feather from my hat," F 196, J 687


Box 8: folder 37
Ms 666: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 299


Box 8: folder 38
Ms 667, 667a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 300


Box 8: folder 39
Ms 668: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The juggler's hat her country is," F 186, J 330


Box 8: folder 40
Ms 669, 669a: Emily Dickinson letter to Mary Sanford Dwight Schermerhorn Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "My river runs to thee," F 219, J 235


Box 8: folder 41
Ms 670: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "While asters," F 374, J 331


Box 8: folder 42
Ms 671, 671a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 241


Box 8: folder 43
Ms 672, 672a: Emily Dickinson letter to Mary Sanford Dwight Schermerhorn Bowles, J 244


Box 8: folder 44
Ms 673: Emily Dickinson letter to Mary Sanford Dwight Schermerhorn Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Teach him when he makes the names," F 198, J 227


Box 8: folder 45
Ms 674: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The drop that wrestles in the sea," F 255, J 284


Box 8: folder 46
Ms 675, 675a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 247


Box 8: folder 47
Ms 676, 676a: Emily Dickinson letter to Mary Sanford Dwight Schermerhorn Bowles, J 253


Box 8: folder 48
Ms 677, 677a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 229


Box 8: folder 49
Ms 678, 678a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Title divine is mine," F 194, J 250


Box 8: folder 50
Ms 679, 679a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Through thte strait pass of suffering," F 187, J 251


Box 8: folder 51
Ms 680, 680a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 256


Box 8: folder 52
Ms 681, 681a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 259


Box 8: folder 53
Ms 682, 682a: Emily Dickinson letter to Mary Sanford Dwight Schermerhorn Bowles, J 262


Box 8: folder 54
Ms 683, 683a; 683b, 683c: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 266


Box 8: folder 55
Ms 684, 684a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 272


Box 8: folder 56
Ms 685, 685a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "My first well day since many ill," F 288, J 275


Box 8: folder 57
Ms 686: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 276


Box 8: folder 58
Ms 687: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "So glad we are a stranger'd deem," F 608, J 329


Box 8: folder 59
Ms 688, 688a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Her 'last poems'," F 600, J 312


Box 8: folder 60
Ms 689, 689a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Going to him! Happy letter," F 277, J 494


Box 8: folder 61
Ms 690: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The soul unto itself," F 579, J 280


Box 8: folder 62
Ms 691, 691a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "'Speech' is a prank of parliament," F 193, J 252


Box 8: folder 63
Ms 692: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Two swimmers wrestled on the spar," F 227, J 219


Box 8: folder 64
Ms 693: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Just to be rich," F 227, J 219


Box 8: folder 65
Ms 694/694a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The zeroes taught us phosphorus," F 284, J 283


Box 8: folder 66
Ms 695: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "If it had no pencil," F 184, J 921


Box 8: folder 67
Ms 696, 696a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The crickets sang," F 1104, J 1104


Box 8: folder 68
Ms 697: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Before he comes," F 949, J 834


Box 8: folder 69
Ms 698, 698a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Nature, and God, I neither knew," F 803, J 835


Box 8: folder 70
Ms 699, 699a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Ample makes this bed," F 804, J 829


Box 8: folder 71
Ms 700: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Perhaps you think me stooping, F 273, J 833


Box 8: folder 72
Ms 701: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Just once oh least request," F 478, J 1076


Box 8: folder 73
Ms 702, 702a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 415


Box 8: folder 74
Ms 703, 703a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "As summer into autumn slips," F 1341, J 420


Box 8: folder 75
Ms 704, 704a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 438


Box 8: folder 76
Ms 705: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 466


Box 8: folder 77
Ms 706, 706a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Ourselves we do inter with sweet derision," F 1449, J 489


Box 8: folder 78
Ms 707, 707a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 505


Box 8: folder 79
Ms 708: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, J 465


Box 8: folder 80
Ms 709, 709a: Emily Dickinson letter to Samuel Bowles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I have no life but this," F 1432, J 515


Box 8: folder 81
Ms 710: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Could mortal lip divine," F 1456, J 1409


Box 8: folder 82
Ms 711: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "After all birds have been investigated," F 1383, J 513


Box 8: folder 83
Ms 712: Emily Dickinson letter to Mary Sanford Dwight Schermerhorn Bowles, J 532


Box 8: folder 84
Ms 713, 713a: Emily Dickinson letter to [Samuel Bowles Jr.?], contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poemLad of Athens, faithful be," F 1606, J 865


Box 8: folder 85
Ms 713b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The riddle that we guess," F 1180, J 865


Box 8: folder 86
Ms 713c: Emily Dickinson letters to Samuel Bowles and Mary Sanford Dwight Schermerhorn Bowles, J 219, J 251, J 276, J 299, J 515, J 532


Box 8: folder 87
Ms 714, 714a; 714b, 714c; 714d: Emily Dickinson letter to James Dickson Clark, J 766


Box 8: folder 88
Ms 715, 715a; 715b, 715c: Emily Dickinson letter to James Dickson Clark, J 773


Box 8: folder 89
Ms 716, 716a; 716b, 716c; 716d, 716e: Emily Dickinson letter to James Dickson Clark, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Obtaining but his own extent," F 1573, J 776


Box 8: folder 90
Ms 717, 717a; 717b, 717c: Emily Dickinson letter to James Dickson Clark, J 788


Box 8: folder 91
Ms 718, 718a; 718b: Emily Dickinson letter to James Dickson Clark, J 804


Box 8: folder 92
Ms 719, 719a; 719b, 719c: Emily Dickinson letter to James Dickson Clark, J 807


Box 8: folder 93
Pins (2) and pencil removed from Ms 695


Box 8: folder 94
Ms 720, 720a: Emily Dickinson letter to Charles H. Clark, J 817


Box 9: folder 1
Ms 721, 721a: Emily Dickinson letter to Charles H. Clark, J 818


Box 9: folder 2
Ms 722, 722a: Emily Dickinson letter to Charles H. Clark, J 821


Box 9: folder 3
Ms 723, 723a; 723b: Emily Dickinson letter to Charles H. Clark, J 825


Box 9: folder 4
Ms 724, 724a; 724b, 724c: Emily Dickinson letter to Charles H. Clark, J 826


Box 9: folder 5
Ms 725, 725a; 725b, 725c; 725d: Emily Dickinson letter to Charles H. Clark, J 859


Box 9: folder 6
Ms 726, 726a; 726b, 726c: Emily Dickinson letter to Charles H. Clark, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The spirit lasts but in what mode," F 1627, J 872


Box 9: folder 7
Ms 727, 727a; 727b, 727c: Emily Dickinson letter to Charles H. Clark, J 880


Box 9: folder 8
Ms 728, 728a: Emily Dickinson letter to Charles H. Clark, J 884


Box 9: folder 9
Ms 729, 729a; 729b, 729c: Emily Dickinson letter to Charles H. Clark, J 896


Box 9: folder 10
Ms 730, 730a; 730b, 730c: Emily Dickinson letter to Charles H. Clark, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A letter is a joy of earth," F 1672, J 963


Box 9: folder 11
Ms 731, 731a; 731b: Emily Dickinson letter to Charles H. Clark, J 983


Box 9: folder 12
Ms 732, 732a; 732b: Emily Dickinson letter to Charles H. Clark, J 1039


Box 9: folder 13
Ms 733, 733a, 733b, 733c; 733d: Emily Dickinson letter to Charles H. Clark, J 1040


Box 9: folder 14
Ms 734, 734a: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 559


Box 9: folder 15
Ms 735/735a: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 559


Box 9: folder 16
Ms 736, 736a; 736b: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 560


Box 9: folder 17
Ms 737, 737a; 737b:Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 561


Box 9: folder 18
Ms 738: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J prose fragment 42


Box 9: folder 19
Ms 739: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 562


Box 9: folder 20
Ms 740, 740a; 740b; 740c; 740d; 740e: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Oh, honey of an hour," F 1477, J 562


Box 9: folder 21
Ms 741; 741a; 741b: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 791


Box 9: folder 22
Ms 742, 742a; 742b, 742c; 742d, 742e; 742f: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 750


Box 9: folder 23
Ms 743/743a: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J prose fragment 19


Box 9: folder 24
Ms 744, 744a; 744b, 744c; 744d, 744e; 744f, 744g: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 750


Box 9: folder 25
Ms 745, 745a; 745b, 745c: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 752


Box 9: folder 26
Ms 746: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 645


Box 9: folder 27
Ms 747: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 600


Box 9: folder 28
Ms 748; 748a, 748b: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord and Emily Dickinson letter to Alfred Norcross, J 780, J 800


Box 9: folder 29
Ms 749, 749a; 749b, 749c; 749d, 749e; 749f: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 790


Box 9: folder 30
Ms 750: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 842


Box 9: folder 31
Ms 751: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 645


Box 9: folder 32
Ms 752, 752a: Emily Dickinson letter to Susan Huntington Dickinson, J prose fragment 32


Box 9: folder 33
Ms 753/753a: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 645


Box 9: folder 34
Ms 754: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 645


Box 9: folder 35
Ms 755: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How fleet how indiscreet an one," F 1557, J 695


Box 9: folder 36
Ms 756/756a: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 695


Box 9: folder 37
Ms 757/757a: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 563


Box 9: folder 38
Ms 758/758a: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J prose fragment 46, J prose fragment 40


Box 9: folder 39
Ms 759: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J 645


Box 9: folder 40
Ms 760/760a: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J prose fragment 48, J prose fragment 53


Box 9: folder 41
Ms 761: Emily Dickinson letter to Otis Phillips Lord, J prose fragment 68


Box 9: folder 42
Ms 761a - z: Caricatures by Judge Otis Phillips Lord


Box 9: folder 43
Ms 761aa - bb: Letters by and about Judge Otis Phillips Lord, 1874 Dec 9, 1875 Nov 25


Box 9: folder 44
Ms 761cc - dd: Letter and minutes from Essex Bar Association Committee, 1880 Dec


Box 9: folder 45
Ms 761ee: Opinion by Judge Otis Phillips Lord, Paine v. City of Boston, n.d.


Box 9: folder 46
Ms 761ff - hh: Photocopies of certificates of appoint of Judge Otis Phillips Lord as Associate Justice of the Superior Court of Massachusetts; cross reference for honorary diploma of Judge Otis Lord, LL.D., 1869


Box 9: folder 47
General note

For original diploma, see: Degrees and Honors Collection

Ms 761ff: Certificates of appoint of Judge Otis Phillips Lord as Associate Justice of the Superior Court of Massachusetts, 1859


Box OSB 8: folder 1
Ms 761gg: Certificates of appoint of Judge Otis Phillips Lord as Associate Justice of the Superior Court of Massachusetts, 1875


Box OSB 8: folder 2
Ms 761ii: Draft letter from Millicent Todd Bingham to Register of Probate, Essex County, 1945 Jul 30


Box 9: folder 48
Ms 761jj: Excerpts from "Proceedings of the Bar of the Commonwealth at Boston on the Death of Otis Phillips Lord," 1884


Box 9: folder 49
Ms 761kk - ll: Executor's Account; photocopy and transcript of will of Judge Otis Phillips Lord


Box 9: folder 50
Ms 761mm: List of many Ms. 761 items


Box 9: folder 51
Ms 761nn: Four photographs of Judge Otis Phillips Lord, one of Mrs. Lord and one of Abbie C. Farley, Mrs. Lord's niece


Box 9: folder 52
Ms 761oo: Booklet "In memory of Otis P. Lord" containing the proceedings of the of the Bar of the Commonwealth at Boston on the Death of Otis Phillips Lord


Box 9: folder 53
Ms 762: Emily Dickinson letter to Mabel Loomis Todd, J 736


Box 9: folder 54
Ms 763: Emily Dickinson letter to Mabel Loomis Todd, J 831


Box 9: folder 55
Ms 764: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Elysium is as far as to," F 1590, J 1760


Box 9: folder 56
Ms 765, 765a; 765b: Emily Dickinson letter to Mabel Loomis Todd, J 769


Box 9: folder 57
Ms 766, 766a: Emily Dickinson letter to Mabel Loomis Todd, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A route of evanescence, F 1489, J 770


Box 9: folder 58
Ms 767, 767a: Emily Dickinson letter to Mabel Loomis Todd, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "To see her is a picture," F 1597, J 809, "Forever honored be the tree," F 1600, J 809, and "I can not tint," J Prose fragment 28


Box 9: folder 59
Ms 768: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Morning that comes but once," F 1645, J 1610


Box 9: folder 60
Ms 768a - e: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letters to Mabel Loomis Todd


Box 9: folder 61
Ms 769; 769a: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Mabel Loomis Todd, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Tumultuous privacy of storm," J prose fragment 116


Box 9: folder 62
Ms 769b; 769c: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letters to Mabel Loomis Todd, J prose fragment 116


Box 9: folder 63
Ms 770: Emily Dickinson letter to Mabel Loomis Todd, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Not sickness stains the brave," F 1661, J 906


Box 9: folder 64
Ms 771, 771a; 771b: Emily Dickinson letter to Eben Jenks Loomis and Mary Wilder Loomis, J 944


Box 9: folder 65
Ms 772, 772a: Emily Dickinson letter to Eben Jenks Loomis and Mary Wilder Loomis, J 945


Box 9: folder 66
Ms 773, 773a; 773b: Emily Dickinson letter to Eben Jenks Loomis and Mary Wilder Loomis, F 1667, J 946


Box 9: folder 67
Ms 774, 774a; 774b: Emily Dickinson letter to Eben Jenks Loomis and Mary Wilder Loomis, contains Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter and Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Oh what a grace is this," F 1669, J 953


Box 9: folder 68
Ms 775, 775a; 775b: Emily Dickinson letter to Eben Jenks Loomis and Mary Wilder Loomis, contains Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter, J 955


Box 9: folder 69
Ms 776, 776a; 776b: Emily Dickinson letter to Eben Jenks Loomis and Mary Wilder Loomis, contains Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter and Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Take all away from me," F 1671, J 960 and "A letter is a joy of earth," F 1672, J 960


Box 9: folder 70
Ms 777, 777a; 777b: Emily Dickinson letter to Mabel Loomis Todd, J 978


Box 9: folder 71
Ms 778: Emily Dickinson letter to Mabel Loomis Todd, J 985


Box 9: folder 72
Ms 779: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Their dappled importunity," F 1677, J 1611


Box 9: folder 73
String (2 pieces, red and white) - removed from Ms. 768


Box 9: folder 74
Ms 780, 780a: Emily Dickinson letter to Mabel Loomis Todd, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The auctioneer of parting," F 1646, J 1612


Box 10: folder 1
Ms 781, 781a; 781b, 781c: Emily Dickinson letter to Mabel Loomis Todd, J 1004


Box 10: folder 2
Ms 782: Emily Dickinson letter to Mabel Loomis Todd, J 1016


Box 10: folder 3
Ms 783: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The pedigree of honey," F 1650, J 1016


Box 10: folder 4
Ms 784: Emily Dickinson letter to Mabel Loomis Todd, J 1033


Box 10: folder 5
Ms 785: Emily Dickinson letter to Mabel Loomis Todd, J 748


Box 10: folder 6
Ms 786: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We like March his shoes are purple," F 1194, J 1213


Box 10: folder 7
Ms 787, 787a; 787b: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Their barricade against the sky," F 1505, J 1471


Box 10: folder 8
Ms 788, 788a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The bat is dun, with wrinkled wings," F 1408, J 1575


Box 10: folder 9
Ms 789: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Sunset that screens, reveals," F 1644, J 1609


Box 10: folder 10
Ms 790: Emily Dickinson letter to Mabel Loomis Todd, J prose fragment 61


Box 10: folder 11
Ms 791, 791a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A dew sufficed," F 1372, J 1437


Box 10: folder 12
Ms 791aa1 - 791aa6-2: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letters to Eben Jenks Loomis and Mary Wilder Loomis


Box 10: folder 13
Ms 791b - zz: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letters to Mabel Loomis Todd and David Peck Todd


Box 10: folder 14
Ms 791-1 - 791-1h: Susan Huntington Dickinson letters to Mabel Loomis Todd and Mary Wilder Loomis


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Ms 791-2 - 791-2h: Edward (Ned) Dickinson letters to Mabel Loomis Todd and David Peck Todd


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Ms 791-3 - 791-3j: Martha Dickinson Bianchi letters to Mabel Loomis Todd


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Ms 792, 792a/792b: Emily Dickinson letter to Catherine Scott Turner Anthon, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "I shall not murmur if at last," F 1429, J 1410 and "We shun because we prize her face," F 1430, J 1429


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Ms 793: Emily Dickinson letter to Elbridge Gridley Bowdoin, J 28


Box 10: folder 19
Ms 794, 794a: Emily Dickinson letter to Elbridge Gridley Bowdoin, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Awake ye muses nine," F 1, J 1


Box 10: folder 20
Ms 795: Emily Dickinson letter to Elbridge Gridley Bowdoin, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I know of a shuttle swift," F 41, J appendix 13


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Ms 796: Emily Dickinson letter to F. H. C., contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A feather from the whippowil," F 208, J 220


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Ms 797: Emily Dickinson letter to Joseph Knowlton Chickering, J 784


Box 10: folder 23
Ms 798, 798a: Emily Dickinson letter to Joseph Knowlton Chickering, J 786


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Ms 799, 799a: Emily Dickinson letter to Joseph Knowlton Chickering, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We shun it ere it comes," F 1595, J 798


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Ms 800, 800a: Emily Dickinson letter to Joseph Knowlton Chickering, J 989


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Ms 801, 801a: Emily Dickinson letter to Joseph Knowlton Chickering, J 990


Box 10: folder 27
Ms 802: Emily Dickinson letter to Sara Philips Colton Gillett, J 1011


Box 10: folder 28
Ms 803: Emily Dickinson letter to Emily Ellsworth Fowler Ford, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "We play at paste," F 282, J 260


Box 10: folder 29
Ms 804: Emily Dickinson letter to Emily Ellsworth Fowler Ford, J 421


Box 10: folder 30
Ms 805: Emily Dickinson letter to Emily Ellsworth Fowler Ford, J 781


Box 10: folder 30
Ms 806, 806a; 806b: Emily Dickinson letter to Washington Gladden, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The moon upon her fluent route," F 1574, J 1528


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Ms 807, 807a: Emily Dickinson letter to Thomas Wentworth Higginson, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "The riddle that we guess," F 1180, J 353, "I heard, as if I had no ear," F 996, J 353, "Experiment exorts us last," F 1181, J 353, "Too happy time dissolves itself," F 1182, J 353, "Because he loves her," F 1183, J 353


Box 10: folder 33
Ms 808: Emily Dickinson letter to Thomas Wentworth Higginson, J 553


Box 10: folder 34
Ms 809/809a: Emily Dickinson letter to Thomas Wentworth Higginson, J 1007


Box 10: folder 35
Ms 810, 810a: Emily Dickinson letter to Thomas Wentworth Higginson, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The immortality she gave," F 1684, J 1043


Box 10: folder 36
Ms 811: Emily Dickinson letter to Adelaide Spencer Hills, J 849


Box 10: folder 37
Ms 812: Emily Dickinson letter to Adelaide Spencer Hills, J 932, J prose fragment 20


Box 10: folder 38
Ms 813, 813a: Emily Dickinson letter to J. G. Holland and Elizabeth Luna Chapin Holland, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The day undressed itself," F 495, J 716


Box 10: folder 39
Ms 814, 814a: Emily Dickinson letter to J. G. Holland and Elizabeth Luna Chapin Holland, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The wind begun to knead the grass," F 796, J 405, J 814


Box 10: folder 40
Ms 815: Emily Dickinson letter to Elizabeth Luna Chapin Holland, J 747


Box 10: folder 41
Ms 816, 816a: Emily Dickinson letter to Helen Hunt Jackson, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A route of evanescence," F 1489, J 602


Box 10: folder 42
Ms 817, 817a; 817b, 817c: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Take all away from me," F 1671, J 976 and "Of God we ask one favor," F 1675, J 976


Box 10: folder 43
Ms 818; 818a; 818b: Emily Dickinson letter to Helen Hunt Jackson, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Take all away from me," F 1671, J 976


Box 10: folder 44
Ms 819; 819a, 819b; 819c: Emily Dickinson letter to Helen Hunt Jackson, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Take all away from me," F 1671, J 976 and "Of God we ask one favor," F 1675, J 976


Box 10: folder 45
Ms 820/820a: Emily Dickinson letter to Helen Hunt Jackson and George Wm. Montague, J 976


Box 10: folder 46
Ms 821; 821a: Emily Dickinson letter to Helen Hunt Jackson, J 976


Box 10: folder 47
Ms 822; 822a: Emily Dickinson letter to Helen Hunt Jackson, J 976


Box 10: folder 48
Ms 823, 823a: Emily Dickinson letter to Benjamin Kimball, J 1003


Box 10: folder 49
Ms 824: Emily Dickinson letter to Marcia, J prose fragment 29


Box 10: folder 50
Ms 825: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Mute thy coronation," F 133, J 151


Box 10: folder 51
Ms 826: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A wife at daybreak I shall be," F 185, J 461


Box 10: folder 52
Ms 827: Emily Dickinson letter to Master, J 187


Box 10: folder 53
Ms 828, 828a; 828b, 828c: Emily Dickinson letter to Master, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "No rose, yet felt myself a'bloom," F 190, J 233


Box 10: folder 54
Ms 829, 829a: Emily Dickinson letter to Master, J 248


Box 10: folder 55
Ms 830: Emily Dickinson letter to Ellen A. Mather, J 928


Box 10: folder 56
Ms 831, 831a; 831b; 831c, 831d: Emily Dickinson letter to Thomas Niles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Further in summer than the birds," F 895, J 813 and "It sifts from leaden leaves," F 291, J 813


Box 10: folder 57
Ms 832, 832a; 832b, 832c: Emily Dickinson letter to Thomas Niles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "How happy is the little stone," F 1570, J 749


Box 10: folder 58
Ms 833, 833a; 833b; 833c, 833d; 833e; 833f, 833g; 833h: Emily Dickinson letter to Thomas Niles, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "Her losses make our gains ashamed," F 1602, J 814, "The wind begun to rock the grass," F 796, J 824, "A route of evanescence," F 1489, J 1463, "Ample make this bed," F 804, J 829


Box 10: folder 59
Ms 834, 834a: Emily Dickinson letter to Sarah Cushing Tuckerman, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "To try to speak, and mess the way," F 1629, J 1617


Box 10: folder 60
Ms 835: Emily Dickinson letter to Sarah Cushing Tuckerman, J 1035


Box 10: folder 61
Ms 836; 836a: Emily Dickinson letter to Edward Tuckerman, contains Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of Emily Dickinson poem "A sloop of amber slips away," F 1599, J 1622


Box 10: folder 62
Ms 837: Emily Dickinson letter to Mrs. Horace Ward, J 218


Box 10: folder 63
Ms 838/838a: Emily Dickinson letter to Maria Whitney, J prose fragment 37, J 537


Box 10: folder 64
Ms 839: Emily Dickinson letter to Maria Whitney, J 974


Box 10: folder 65
Pin removed from Ms 821; 821a


Box 10: folder 66
Pin removed from Ms 822; 822a


Box 10: folder 67
Ms 840/840a: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "A little late for spring," J prose fragment 60


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Ms 841, 841a: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "As it takes but a moment of imagination," J prose fragment 66 and "Let me not thirst with this hock at my lip," F appendix 9, J prose fragment 66


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Ms 842: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "As there are apartments in our," J prose fragment 21


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Ms 843: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "But are not all facts dreams," J prose fragment 22


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Ms 844: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "But ought not the amanuensis," J prose fragment 23


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Ms 845, 845a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poems "But of what shall I first speak," J 964 and "As if I asked a common alms," F 14, J 964


Box 11: folder 6
Ms 846: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "But of what shall I first speak," J 964


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Ms 847, 847a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "I thank you with wonder," J 965


Box 11: folder 8
Ms 848/848a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Peter took the marine walk," J 965


Box 11: folder 9
Ms 849: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "'May' I, or is it still April," J prose fragment 26


Box 11: folder 10
Ms 850/850a: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Death being the first form of life," J prose fragment 70


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Ms 851: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Did you ever read one of her poems" and "A something overtakes the mind," J prose fragment 30


Box 11: folder 12
Ms 852/852a: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Eve gave her pretty gowns to the trees," J prose fragment 73


Box 11: folder 13
Ms 853: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Flowers are so enticing," J prose fragment 74


Box 11: folder 14
Ms 854/854a: Mrs. N.E. Harrington letter to Lavinia Norcross Dickinson, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Gilbert's I won't I won't," J prose fragment 33


Box 11: folder 15
Ms 855: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "God cannot discontinue himself," J prose fragment 34


Box 11: folder 16
Ms 856: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Her eyes were very shrill," J prose fragment 35


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Ms 857; 857a: Emily Dickinson letter to unknown recipient, J 1015


Box 11: folder 18
Ms 858: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "I saw two bushes fight just now," J prose fragment 82


Box 11: folder 19
Ms 859: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "I send you natures mittens," J prose fragment 38


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Ms 860/860a; 860b/860c: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "I send you the last of the sapphire," J prose fragment 39


Box 11: folder 21
Ms 861/861a: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "I should think a faded spirit must," J prose fragment 83


Box 11: folder 22
Ms 862: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "It has a roof at the bottom," J prose fragment 86


Box 11: folder 23
Ms 863: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "It is essential to the sanity," J prose fragment 87


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Ms 864/864a: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Lonesome as entertainments of," J prose fragment 88 and "Thank my cousin," J prose fragment 45


Box 11: folder 25
Ms 865: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Not to send errands by John Alden," J prose fragment 93


Box 11: folder 26
Ms 866: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Nothing so old as a dilapidated," J prose fragment 94


Box 11: folder 27
Ms 867/867a: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Nothing is so resonant with mystery," J prose fragment 95


Box 11: folder 28
Ms 868: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Of our deepest delights," J prose fragment 96


Box 11: folder 29
Ms 869: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Science is very near us," J prose fragment 102


Box 11: folder 30
Ms 870: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Sir Christopher Wren is here," J prose fragment 103


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Ms 871/871a: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Spirit cannot be moved by flesh," J prose fragment 44


Box 11: folder 32
Ms 872: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Stolidity is more dreadful than," J prose fragment 105


Box 11: folder 33
Ms 873: Emily Dickinson letter to unkown recipient, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "The ecstacy to guess," F 1680, J 995


Box 11: folder 34
Ms 874, 874a: Emily Dickinson letter to unknown recipient, contains Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "A bee his burnished carriage," F 1351, J 446


Box 11: folder 35
Ms 875: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "The fatherless serpent," J prose fragment 109


Box 11: folder 36
Ms 876/876a: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "To know whether we are in heaven," J prose fragment 114 and "Most enchanting fortune," J prose fragment 90


Box 11: folder 37
Ms 877: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Train up a heart in the way," J prose fragment 115


Box 11: folder 38
Ms 878/878a: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Two things I have lost with childhood," J prose fragment 117


Box 11: folder 39
Ms 879: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "We must travel abreast with nature" and "A something overtakes the mind," J prose fragement 119


Box 11: folder 40
Ms 880; 880a: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "We said she said Lord Jesus," J prose fragment 51


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Ms 881: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Were departure separation," J prose fragment 52


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Ms 882; 882a: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "Were the statement 'we shall not'," J 568
(J 568)

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Ms 883/883a: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "What lethargies of loneliness," J prose fragment 120


Box 11: folder 44
Ms 884:Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "Why offer hue to you," J prose fragment 54


Box 11: folder 45
Ms 885: Emily Dickinson manuscript of poem "With the leaves of the blue birds," J 923


Box 11: folder 46
Ms 886: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "With the sincere spite of a woman," J prose fragment 124


Box 11: folder 47
Ms 887/887a: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "With the trust that the little citizen," J prose fragment 57, "Is not the election of a Daphne," J prose fragment 85, and "How invaluable to be ignorant," J prose fragment 36


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Ms 888: Emily Dickinson manuscript fragment "The grass is the ground's har," J prose fragment 80, "Dim is the heavenly prospective," J prose fragment 111, "I don't keep the moth part," J prose fragment 80, "The leaves are very gay," J prose fragment 111, and "Mansions of mirage," J prose fragment 89


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Ms 889/889a: Emily Dickinson manuscript "Kate's doughnuts"


Box 11: folder 50
Ms 890/890a: Emily Dickinson transciption of George Herbert poem "Mattens"


Box 11: folder 51
Ms 891: Emily Dickinson transciption of Ralph Waldo Emerson poem "Sacrifice"


Box 11: folder 52
Ms 891: Newspaper clipping


Box 11: folder 52
Numbers 892-899 were not used



Ms 900 - 910: Edward Dickinson letters to William Austin Dickinson (10 letters)


Box 11: folder 53
Ms 911 - 929: Edward Dickinson letters to William Austin Dickinson (20 letters)


Box 11: folder 54
Ms 930 - 932: Edward Dickinson letters to William Austin Dickinson and family and to his wife, Emily Norcross Dickinson, and family (2 letters)


Box 11: folder 55
Ms 933: Edward Dickinson letter to Emily Dickinson


Box 11: folder 56
Ms 934: Emily Norcross Dickinson letter to Lavinia Norcross Dickinson


Box 11: folder 57
Ms 935/935a; 936; 936a; 936b: William Austin Dickinson letters and drafts to Emily Dickinson (2 letters)


Box 11: folder 58
Ms 937: William Austin Dickinson letter to Lavinia Norcross Dickinson


Box 11: folder 59
Ms 938; 938a: William Austin Dickinson letter to Edward Dickinson


Box 11: folder 60
Ms 939 - 943: William Austin Dickinson to Martha Gilbert (5 letters)


Box 11: folder 61
Ms 944: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Emily Norcross Dickinson


Box 11: folder 62
Ms 945: Lavinia Norcross Dickinson letter to Mrs. E. W. Donald


Box 11: folder 63
Ms 946; 946a; 947: Elisabeth Dickinson Currier letters to William Austin Dickinson (2 letters)


Box 11: folder 64
Ms 948: Emily Norcross Dickinson letter to William Austin Dickinson


Box 11: folder 65
Ms 949: Clara Newman Turner letter to William Austin Dickinson


Box 11: folder 66
Ms 950 - 959: Catharine Dickinson Sweetser letters to Joseph A. Sweetser, Samuel Fowler Dickinson, Lucretia Gunn Dickinson, Elizabeth Dickinson and Lucretia Dickinson Bullard (10 letters)


Box 11: folder 67
Ms 960 - 966: Joseph A. Sweetser letters to Catharine Dickinson Sweetser (7 letters)


Box 11: folder 68
Ms 967; 967a; 967b: Abel Sweetser letter to Joseph A. Sweetser


Box 11: folder 69
Ms 968 - 973: Luke Sweetser letters to Joseph A. Sweetser (5 letters)


Box 11: folder 70
Ms 974; 975: Samuel Sweetser letters to Joseph A. Sweetser (2 letters)


Box 11: folder 71
Pin removed from Ms 880; 880a


Box 11: folder 72
Ms 976: Edward Dickinson letter to Joseph A. Sweetser


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Ms 977 to 981: Samuel Fowler Dickinson, Jr. letters to Joseph A. Sweetser (5 letters)


Box 12: folder 2
Ms 982; 983: Mark Haskell Newman letters to Joseph A. Sweetser (2 letters)


Box 12: folder 3
Ms 984 to 997: Charles Humphries Sweetser letter to Joseph A. Sweetser (14 letters)


Box 12: folder 4
Numbers 998 and 999 are not used



Ms 1000: Susan Gilbert Dickinson letter to William Austin Dickinson


Box 12: folder 5
Ms 1001: S.G.F. letter to William Austin Dickinson


Box 12: folder 6
Ms 1001a - 1005: Letters from unknown authors to William Austin Dickinson


Box 12: folder 7
Ms 1006: Edward P. Burgess letter William Austin Dickinson


Box 12: folder 8
Ms 1007: Tremont House letter to William Austin Dickinson


Box 12: folder 9
Ms 1008: Merrill E. Gates telegram to William Austin Dickinson


Box 12: folder 10
Ms 1009: William Austin Dickinson draft of letter to Charles Lamson


Box 12: folder 11
Ms 1010; 1011: Emily Fowler Ford letters to Emily Dickinson and William Austin Dickinson (2 letters)


Box 12: folder 12
Ms 1012: Charles Wadsworth letter to Emily Dickinson


Box 12: folder 13
Photocopies of 33 letters from Emily Dickinson to Adelaide Spencer Hills. Originals not held by Amherst College. J376, J417, J 535, J535a, J576, J594, J595, J596, J597, J614, J615, J623, J631, J632, J639, J640, J657, J658, J659, J681, J698, J699, J760, J778, J783, J797, J846, J847, J848, J877, J885, J932, J958


Box 12: folder 14
Subseries C: Blank Paper



5 scraps of paper [note in Jay Leyda's hand (?) reads, "3 slips prepared for use (by ED; to write rough drafts on)"]


Box 12: folder 15
Blank envelope associated with Mss 5-18 and 20


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Subseries D: Material Relating to Individual Manuscripts



Correspondence re: Ms 21/21a and Ms 22


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Ms 175b: Partial transcription


Box 12: folder 18
Ms 196: Information about


Box 12: folder 19
Ms 214: Transcripts


Box 12: folder 20
Ms. 233: Transcript


Box 12: folder 21
Ms 243: Transcript


Box 12: folder 22
Ms 426: Note about, by [Mabel Loomis Todd?]


Box 12: folder 23
Ms 791-3 to 791-3j: List


Box 12: folder 24
See Also: Jay Leyda's typed notes re: Fascicles 80-95 and Mss numbers 60, 96-570 and 571-891 in Series 7: Collection Related Material.


Box 12: folder 24
Series 2: Publications: Production Material



Subseries A: Transcriptions



Tr 1: Transcript of poem "A curious cloud surprised the sky," F 509, J 1710. [transcribed by Graves-Houghton]
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Tr 2: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A pit but heaven over it," F 508, J 1712
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Tr 2a: Transcript of poems "A pit but heaven over it," F 508, J 1712; "It always felt to me a wrong," F 521, J 597; "God made a little Gentian," F 520, J442. 2 leaves, [transcribed by Graves-Houghton]
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Tr 3: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of alternative wording for poem line "with a delusive wheel," F 1489, J 1463.
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Tr 4: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "And with what body do they come?," F 1537, J 1492
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Tr 5: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "As subtle as tomorrow," F 1748, J 1713
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Tr 6: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "By a departing light," F 1749, J 1714
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Tr 7: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Consulting summer's clock," F 1750, J 1715
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Tr 8: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Did life's penurious length," F 1751, J 1717
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Tr 9: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Endow the living with tears," F 657, J 521
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Tr 9a: Transcript of poem "Endow the living with tears," F 657, J 521. [transcribed by Graves-Houghton]
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Tr 10: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "God is indeed a jealous God," F 1752, J 1719
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Tr 11: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Had I known that the first was the last," F 1753, J 1720
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Tr 12: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "He showed me heights I never saw," F 346, J 446
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Tr 13: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "He was my host he was my guest," F 1754, J 1721
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Tr 14: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Her face was in a bed of hair," F 1755, J 1722
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Tr 15: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Her spirit rose to such a height," F 1527, J 1486
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Tr 16: Typescript transcript of poem "I took one draught of life," F 396, J 1725
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Tr 17: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "If all the griefs I am to have," F 1756, J 1726
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Tr 18: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "If ever the lid gets off my head," F 585, J 1727
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Tr 19: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Is immortality a bane," F1757, J 1728
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Tr 20: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'Lethe' in my flower," AC 69, F 54, J 1730
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Tr 21: Transcript of poem "Love can do all but raise the dead," F 1758, J 1731. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Tr 22: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "My life closed twice before its close," F 1773, J 1732
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Tr 23: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Oh, honey of an hour," AC 740, F 1477, J 1734
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Tr 24: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "One crown that no one seeks," F 1759, J 1735
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Tr 25: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Proud of my broken heart, since thou didst break," F 1760, J 1736
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Tr 25a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Proud of my broken heart, since thou didst break," F 1760, J 1736
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Tr 26: Transcript of poem "Rearrange a 'wife's' affection!," F 267, J 1737. 2 sheets, [transcribed by Graves-Houghton]
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Tr 27: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Some say goodnight at night," F 586, J 1739
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Tr 28: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "That it will never come again," F 1761, J 1741
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Tr 29: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The day grew small, surrounded tight," F 1164, J 1140
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Tr 30: Transcript of poem "The distance that the dead have gone," F 1781, J 1742. [transcribed by Alice Hill]
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Tr 31: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The joy that has no stem nor core," F 1762, J 1744
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Tr 32: Photostat of transcript of poem "The mob within the heart," F 1763, J 1745
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Note by Jay Leyda regarding Tr 32: photostat of transcript of poem "The mob within the heart," F 1763, J 1745
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Tr 33: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The most important population," F 1764, J 1746
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Tr 34: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The parasol is the umbrella's daughter," F 1765, J 1747
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Tr 35: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The waters chased him as he fled," F 1766, J 1749
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Tr 36: Transcript of poem "The words the happy say," F 1767, J 1750. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Tr 37: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "There comes an hour when begging stops," F 1768, J 1751
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Tr 38: Transcript of poem "This docile one inter," F 1769, J 1752. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Tr 39: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Through those old grounds of memory," F 1770, J 1753
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Tr 40: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "To the unwilling dust," F 1434, J 1402
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Tr 41: Transcript of poem "'Twas here my summer paused," F 1771, J 1756. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Tr 42: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "What tenements of clover," F 1358, J 1338
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Tr 43-43a: Fanny Norcross transcript of poem "As summer into autumn slips," AC 141, AC 703, F 1341, J 1346 and "The birds begun at four o'clock," F 504, J 783 and "There is no frigate like a book," F 1286, J 1263. 2 leaves.
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Tr 43b: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The birds begun at four o'clock," F 504, J 783
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Tr 43c: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "There is no frigate like a book," F 1286, J 1263
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Tr 43d: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "There is no frigate like a book," F 1286, J 1263
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Tr 43e: List of poems in Mabel Loomis Todd's hand. [poems sent by Emily Dickinson to the Norcross sisters]
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Tr 43f: List of poems in Mabel Loomis Todd's hand. [poems sent by Emily Dickinson to the Norcross sisters]
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Tr 43g: List of poems in Mabel Loomis Todd's hand. [poems sent by Emily Dickinson to the Norcross sisters]
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Tr 43e-g: Typescript of "transcripts of poems sent to the Norcross sisters," and other lists of poems with annotations in Jay Leyda's hand. 7 sheets
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Tr 44: Transcript of poem "Before you thought of spring," AC 150, F 1484, J 1465. [transcribed by Fanny Norcross]
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Tr 45: Transcript of poems "Bloom upon the mountain stated," F 787, J 667 and "The road to paradise is plain," AC 427, F 1525, J 1491. [transcribed by Fanny Norcross]
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Tr 45a: Transcript of poems "Morns like these we parted," AC 82-6, F 18, J 27 and "A route of evanescence," AC 816, AC 833, AC 766, F 1489, J 1463 and "Rememberance has a rear and front," F 1234, J 1182 and "Which misses most," F 1786, J1759. [transcribed by Fanny Norcross]
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Tr 45b: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Which misses most," F 1786, J 1759
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Tr 46: Transcript of poems "I watched the moon around the house," AC 84-3, F 593, J 629. [transcribed by Fanny Norcross]
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Tr 46a-b: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I watched the moon around the house," AC 84-3, F 593, J 629. 2 sheets
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Tr 47-47a: Transcript of poems "'Mama' never forgets her birds," F 130, J 164 and "The frost of death was on the pane," F 1130, J 1136. 2 sheets [transcribed by Fanny Norcross]
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Box 13: folder 47
Tr 47b: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'Mama' never forgets her birds," F 130, J 164
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Box 13: folder 47
Tr 47c: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The frost of death was on the pane," F1130, J 1136
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Box 13: folder 47
Tr 48: Transcript of poems "Speech is the prank of parliament," AC 691, F 193, J 688 and "The spider sewed at night," F 1163, J 1138. [transcribed by Fanny Norcross]
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Box 13: folder 48
Tr 48a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Speech is a prank of parliament," AC 691, F 193, J 688
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Box 13: folder 48
Tr 48b: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The spider sewed at night," F 1163, J 1138
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Box 13: folder 48
Tr 49-49a: Fanny Norcross to Lavinia Dickinson, includes transcript of poem "Speech is a prank of parliament," F193, J688
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Box 13: folder 48
Tr 50: Transcript of letters "I can not see my soul, but know 'tis there," "Send a sundown for Lou," "D. fed greedily upon Harpers," and "I'm afraid that home is almost done." [transcribed by Fanny Norcross]
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Box 13: folder 49
Tr 50a: Transcript of letters "Oh, Lou, why were the children," "Did the 'stars differ' from each other," "Think Emily lost her wits." [transcribed by Fanny Norcross]
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Box 13: folder 49
Tr 50b: Transcript of letter "I should be wild with joy to see my little lovers." [transcribed by Fanny Norcross]
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Box 13: folder 49
Tr 50c: Transcript of letter "Poor H. and Z. in their genteel antique way." [transcribed by Fanny Norcross]
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Box 13: folder 49
Tr 50d: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of letter "Gilliflowers, magenta, and few mignonette"
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Box 13: folder 49
Tr 50e: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of letter "Take heart, little sister"
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Box 13: folder 49
Tr 51: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A dying tiger moaned for drink," F 529, J 566
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Box 13: folder 50
Tr 52: Typescript transcript of poem "It's thoughts - and just one heart," F362, J 495
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Box 13: folder 50
Tr 52a: Typescript transcript of poem "It's thoughts, and just two hearts," F 362, J 495
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Box 13: folder 50
Tr 53: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Midsummer, was it, when they died," F 822, J 962
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Box 13: folder 50
Tr 54-54a: Transcript of poem "Of Brussels it was not," F 510, J 602. 2 sheets, [transcribed by Graves-Houghton]
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Box 13: folder 50
Tr 55: Transcript of poem "The beggar lad dies early," F496, J 717. 2 sheets, [transcribed by Graves-Houghton]
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Box 13: folder 50
Tr 56: Transcript of poem "Through the dark sod, as education," F 559, J 392. [transcribed by Graves-Houghton]
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Box 13: folder 50
Tr 57: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'Twas the old road, through pain," F 376, J 344
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Box 13: folder 50
Tr 58: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "We - bee and I - live by the quaffing," F 244, J 230
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Box 13: folder 50
Tr 59-59c: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poems "Further in summer than the birds," AC 191, AC 831, AC 66, F 895, J 1068 and "To this world she returned," F 815, J 830 and "Dying, to be afraid of thee," AC 86-8, F 946, J 831 and "They have a little odor," AC 81-10, F 505, J 785. 4 sheets
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Box 13: folder 51
Tr 60: Transcript of letter "I never missed a Kate before," J203, includes poem "There are two ripenings," F 420, J 332. [transcribed by Mrs. Anthon]
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Box 13: folder 52
Tr 60b: Transcript of letter "The prettiest of pleas, dear," J 222. [transcribed by Mrs. Anthon]
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Box 13: folder 52
Tr 60c: Transcript of letter "Last year at this time," J 209, includes poem "Heart not so heavy as mine," F 88, J 83. [transcribed by Mrs. Anthon]
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Box 13: folder 52
Tr 60d: Transcript of poem "Heart not so heavy as mine," AC 657, F 88, J 83. [transcribed by Mrs. Anthon]
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Box 13: folder 52
Tr 60e: Transcript of poem "It can't be summer," F 265, J 221. [transcribed by Mrs. Anthon]
1891 Jun 9

Box 13: folder 52
Tr 60f: Transcript of poem "When Katie walks this simple pair accompany her," F 49, J 222. [transcribed by Mrs. Anthon]
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Box 13: folder 52
Tr 61-61a: P. D. Cowan to Mabel Loomis Todd, includes transcript of poem "Blazing in gold, and quenching in purple," F321, J228
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Box 13: folder 53
Tr 62: Transcript of letter "Dear William, 'Tis strange that a promise lives," J 27
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Box 13: folder 53
Tr 63: Transcript of letter "Dear friends, You are very kind to wish for me," J518, includes poem "They do not go so far away," F 1455, J 1399
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Box 13: folder 53
Tr 64: Transcript of letters "Lest any bee should boast," J 850 and "Trusting the happy flower," J887 and "The flower keeps its appointment," J 973 and "Dear friend, I had the luxury of a mother," J 1022. [transcribed by Mrs. Greenough]
[1894 Aug 10]

Box 13: folder 53
Tr 65-65a: Lydia Avery Coonley to Mabel Loomis Todd, includes poem "We'll pass without a parting," AC 88-4, F 503, J 996. 2 sheets.
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Box 13: folder 53
Tr 66-66a: Fanny Norcross to Mabel Loomis Todd, includes transcript of letter "Called back," J 1046 and poem "A word is dead, when it is said," F 278, J1212
May 11

Box 13: folder 53
Tr 67: Transcript of letter "I am sure you must have remembered," J 425. [transcribed by Mrs. Turner]
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Box 13: folder 53
Tr 68-1: Jessie B. Wortman to Mabel Loomis Todd
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Box 13: folder 53
Tr 68-2: Transcript of poems "If I can stop one heart from breaking," F 982, J 919 and "The pedigree of honey," AC 422, AC 423, AC 783, F 1650, J 1627.
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Box 13: folder 53
Tr 69: Transcript of poem "Deep in their alabaster chambers," F 124, J 216
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Box 13: folder 53
Tr 70: Typescript transcript of letter "Dear Abby, this was all the letter we had," J 751. [transcribed by Mrs. Stockton]
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Box 13: folder 53
Tr 71: Typescript transcript of letter "Dear Friends - When I opened the little box," J 987. [transcribed by Mrs. Stockton]
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Box 13: folder 53
Tr 72: Typescript transcript of letter "Dear friend - what a reception for you," J 1006. [transcribed by Mrs. Stockton]
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Box 13: folder 53
Tr 73: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of letter "Dear friend, I had within a few days," J 573
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 74: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of letter "I weave for the lamp of evening," J 41
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 75: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of letter "Dear Friend, Please excuse the trespass of gratitude," J 766
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 76: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of letter "Dear Friend, Perhaps affection has always one question more," J 773
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 77: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of letter "Dear friend, I would like to delay the timid pleasure," J 776
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 78-78c: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of letter "Not alone to thank you," J 202. 5 sheets
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 79: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of letter " Dear clergyman, In a note which you sent my brother," J 1018
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 80: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of letters "Dear friend, here is more than one 'deluge'," J864 and "Dear Mr. and Mrs. Hoar, I should hardly dare to risk," J 900 and "Dear Friend, I am sure you will guide the note," J 1017. 2 sheets
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 81: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of letter "The day undressed herself," F 495, J 716
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 82: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of letter "The wind began to knead the grass," F 796, J 824
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 83: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of letter "Could I perhaps have the address of Mr. Samuel Bowles," J 716
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 84: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of letter "Will Counsin George be so kind," J 713
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 85: Typescript transcript of letter "Dear Mr. Sweetser, My breakfast surpassed Elijah's," J326. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 85-1: Harry Stone to Millicent Todd Bingham
1935 Apr 27

Box 13: folder 54
Tr 85-2: notes on items sold by Harry Stone from Sweetser collection
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 86: Typescript transcript of letter "Did dear Mrs. Nellie think Emily had purloined," J 915. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 87: Typescript transcript of letter "Thank Nellie for coming Home," J834. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 88: Typescript transcript of letter "Have I nothing else, Nellie has not," J 918. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 89: Typescript transcript of letter "How strange that each tenderness," J 916. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 90: Typescript transcript of letter "Dear Nellie, I had felt some uncertainty," J 920. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 91: Typescript transcript of letter "Dear Nellie, To have woven wine," J 838. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 92: Typescript transcript of letter "Dear Nellie, Your sweet beneficence," J 835. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 93: Typescript transcript of letter "Dear Nellie, I saw Thomas dressing the horses," J 837. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 94: Typescript transcript of letter " Dear Nellie, I have long been a lunatic on bulbs," J 823. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 95: Typescript transcript of letter "Dear Nellie, I hardly dare tell you how beautiful," J 951. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 96: Typescript transcript of letter "Dear Nellie, You sent me all but the pond," J 919. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 97: Typescript transcript of letter "Sweet Nellie, Blossoms and cakes and memory," J 840. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 98: Typescript transcript of letter "Sweet Mrs. Nellie comes with the robins," J 550. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 99: Typescript transcript of letter "I dare not contrast the summers, Nellie," J 917. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 100: Typescript transcript of letter "Keepsakes for 'Suppertime'," J 881. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 101: Typescript transcript of letter "My first jasmin," J 839. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 102: Typescript transcript of letter "Are you trying to make me miss you," J 943. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 103: Typescript transcript of letter "Dear Nellie, The Christmas sweetness comes," J 796. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 104: Typescript transcript of letter "too, for many a little banquet," J 782
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 105: Typescript transcript of letter "Dear friend, I fear you think your sweetness," J 566. [transcribed by Millicent Todd Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 54
Tr 106 1-92: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript fragments of letters from Emily Dickinson to Abiah P. Root (Strong). 92 sheets, letters not used in the 1894 edition of Letters
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Box 13: folder 55
Tr 106 env: Envelope for Tr 106
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Box 13: folder 55a
Tr 107-1 - Tr 107-68: Mabel Loomis Todd manuscript for lecture, The Decline of Letter Writing. 69 sheets, includes published clippings
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Box 13: folder 56
Tr 107-69 - Tr 107-158: Mabel Loomis Todd typescript and manuscript for lecture, The Lost Art of Letter Writing. 90 sheets, includes published clippings
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Box 13: folder 56
"The Complete Letter-Writer" Boston Evening Transcript, 1912 Feb 14
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Box 13: folder 56
Tr 108: List of first lines of five poems. [written by Hariet Graves; from Mrs. Bingham]
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Box 13: folder 57
Tr 109: Typescript of single line "I know some lonely houses off the R," with pencil notation "World Typewriter The Jones Library"
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Box 13: folder 57
Tr 110: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A prison gets to be a friend," F 456, J 652
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Box 13: folder 57
Tr 112: Typescript transcript of poem "A wife - at daybreak I shall be," AC 116, AC 826, F 185, J 461
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Box 14: folder 1
Tr 113: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Wolfe demanded during dying," AC 532, F 482, J 678
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Box 14: folder 1
Tr 114: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "There are two ripenings," AC 456, F 420, J 332
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Box 14: folder 1
Tr 115: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Oh! shadow on the grass!," AC 315, F 1237, J 1187
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Box 14: folder 1
Tr 115a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Oh! Shadow on the grass!," AC 315, F 1237, J 1187; preceded by first lines of poem "We can but follow to the sun" crossed out, F 845, J 920
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Box 14: folder 1
Tr 116: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A prompt, executive bird is the jay," F 1022, J 1177
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Box 14: folder 1
Tr 117: Typescript transcript of poem "A little east of Jordan," F 145, J 59
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Box 14: folder 1
Tr 118: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A solemn thing within the soul," F 467, J 483
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Box 14: folder 1
Tr 119: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A transport one cannot contain," F 212, J 184
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Box 14: folder 1
Tr 120: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Ah! moon and star," F 262, J 240
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Box 14: folder 2
Tr 120a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Ah! moon and star," F 262, J 240. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 2
Tr 121: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "And this, of all my hopes," F 975, J 913
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Box 14: folder 2
Tr 122: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Answer July," F 667, J 386. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 2
Tr 123: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Between my country / and the others," F 829, J 905
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Box 14: folder 2
Tr 124: Typescript transcript of "Cocoon above! Cocoon below!" F 142, J 129
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Box 14: folder 2
Tr 125: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Did our Best moment last," F 560, J 393
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Box 14: folder 2
Tr 126: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Experience is the angled road," F 899, J 910
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Box 14: folder 2
Tr 127: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Fame of myself, to justfy," F 481, J 713
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Box 14: folder 2
Tr 128: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Fitter to see him, I may be," F 834, J 968. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 2
Tr 129: Typescript transcript of poem "For this - accepted Breath -" AC 661, F 230, J 195
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Box 14: folder 2
Tr 130: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Forever at His side to walk," F 264, J 246
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Box 14: folder 3
Tr 131: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Forget! the lady with the Amulet," F 625, J 438
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Box 14: folder 3
Tr 132: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Four trees upon a solitary acre," F 778, J 742
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Box 14: folder 3
Tr 133: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Funny, to be a century," F 677, J 345
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Box 14: folder 3
Tr 134: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "God is a distant, stately Lover," F 615, J 357
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Box 14: folder 3
Tr 134a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "God is a distant, stately Lover," F 615, J 357
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Box 14: folder 3
Tr 135: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Have any like myself," F 723, J 736. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 3
Tr 136: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "He parts himself like leaves," F 655, J 517. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 3
Tr 137: Typescript transcript of poem "Her smile was shaped like other smiles," F 335, J 514
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Box 14: folder 3
Tr 138: Typescript transcript of poem "'Houses' - so the wise men tell me," F 139, J 127
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Box 14: folder 3
Tr 139: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "How noteless men, and Pleiads, stand," F 342, J 282
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Box 14: folder 3
Tr 140: Typescript transcript of poem "How sick - to wait in any place but thine!" F 410, J 368
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Box 14: folder 4
Tr 141: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I dwell in possibility," F 466, J 657
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Box 14: folder 4
Tr 142: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I gave myself to him," F 426, J 580
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Box 14: folder 4
Tr 143:Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I know lives I could miss," F 574, J 372
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Box 14: folder 4
Tr 144: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I live with him - I see his Face -" F 698, J 463. On verso, pencil sketch, presumably by Todd, of Japanese musician.
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Box 14: folder 4
Tr 145: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I make his crescent fill or lack," F 837, J 909
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Box 14: folder 4
Tr 146: Typescript transcript of poem "I met a King this afternoon!" F 183, J 166
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Box 14: folder 4
Tr 147: Typescript transcript of poem "I never felt at home below -" F 437, J 413
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Box 14: folder 4
Tr 148: Typescript transcript of poem "I play at Riches, to appease," F 856, J 801
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Box 14: folder 4
Tr 149: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I rose, because he sank," F 454, J 616. Two leaves.
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Box 14: folder 4
Tr 150: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I see thee better in the Dark," F 442, J 611. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 5
Tr 151: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I send two Sunsets -" F 557, J 308
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Box 14: folder 5
Tr 152: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I think to live may be a bliss," F 757, J 646. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 5
Tr 153: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'I want,' it pleaded all its life -" F 851, J 731
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Box 14: folder 5
Tr 154: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "If He were living - dare I ask," F 719, J 734. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 5
Tr 155: Typescript transcript of poem "If pain for peace prepares," F 155, J 63
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Box 14: folder 5
Tr 156: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "In crashing timbers buried," F 447, J 614. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 5
Tr 157: Typscript transcript of poem "In Ebon Box, when years have flown," F 180, J 169
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Box 14: folder 5
Tr 158: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Inconceivably solemn!" F 414, J 582
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Box 14: folder 5
Tr 159: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It always felt to me a wrong," F 521, J 597. 4 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 5
Tr 160: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It knew no medicine," F 567, J 559. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 6
Tr 161: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It will be summer, eventually," F 374, J 342
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Box 14: folder 6
Tr 162: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It's easy to invent a life -" F 747, J 724
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Box 14: folder 6
Tr 163: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It's hour with itself," F 1211, J 1225
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Box 14: folder 6
Tr 164: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I've heard an organ talk, sometimes," F 211, J 183
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Box 14: folder 6
Tr 165: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Least rivers, docile to some sea," F 206, J 212
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Box 14: folder 6
Tr 166: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Let us play Yesterday -" F 754, J 728. 4 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 6
Tr 167: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Love thou art high," F 452, J 453
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Box 14: folder 6
Tr 168: Typescript transcript of poem "Make me a picture of the sun," F 239, J 188
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Box 14: folder 6
Tr 169: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Me come! My dazzled face," F 389, J 431
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Box 14: folder 6
Tr 170: Typed transcript of poem "Me from myself to banish," F 709, J 642
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Box 14: folder 7
Tr 171: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'Morning' means 'milking' to the Farmer," F 191, J 300. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 7
Tr 172: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Most she touched me by her muteness -" F 483, J 760. 4 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 7
Tr 173: Typescript transcript of the poem "My eye is fuller than my vase," F 228, J 202
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Box 14: folder 7
Tr 174: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "My faith is larger than the Hills," F 489, J 766. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 7
Tr 175: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "My first well day since many ill," AC 685, F 288, J 574. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 7
Tr 176: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "My garden like the beach," F 469, J 484
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Box 14: folder 7
Tr 177: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "My period had come for prayer," F 525, J 564. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 7
Tr 178: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'Nature' is what we see," F 721, J 668
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Box 14: folder 7
Tr 179: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "No notice gave she, but a change," F 860, J 804
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Box 14: folder 7
Tr 180: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "No prisoner be," F 742, J 720
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Box 14: folder 8
Tr 181: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Of course I prayed," F 581, J 376
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Box 14: folder 8
Tr 182: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Of nearness to her sundered things," F 337, J 607
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Box 14: folder 8
Tr 183: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Of the heart that goes in, and closes the door," F 1105, J 1098
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Box 14: folder 8
Tr 184: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "On a columnar self," F 740, J 789
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Box 14: folder 8
Tr 185: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "One life is so much consequence!" F 248, J 270
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Box 14: folder 8
Tr 185a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "One life is so much consequence!," F 248, J 270
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Box 14: folder 8
Tr 186: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Our journey had advanced," F 453, J 615
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Box 14: folder 8
Tr 187: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Pain expands the time," F 833, J 967
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Box 14: folder 8
Tr 188: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Peace is a fiction of our faith," F 971, J 912
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Box 14: folder 8
Tr 189: Typescript transcript of poem "Portraits are to daily faces," F 174, J 170
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Box 14: folder 8
Tr 190: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Promise this - when you be dying," F 762, J 648. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 9
Tr 191: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Publication is the auction," F 788, J 709
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Box 14: folder 9
Tr 192: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Remembrance has a rear and front," F 1234, J 1182
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Box 14: folder 9
Tr 193: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Reverse cannot befall," F 565, J 395
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Box 14: folder 9
Tr 194: Typed transcript of poem "She bore it till the simple veins," F 81, J 144
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Box 14: folder 9
Tr 195: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "She dealt her pretty words like blades," F 458, J 479
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Box 14: folder 9
Tr 196: Typescript transcript of poem "She died at play," F 141, J 75
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Box 14: folder 9
Tr 196a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "She died at play," F 141, J 75
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Box 14: folder 9
Tr 197: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Shells from the coast mistaking," F 716, J 693
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Box 14: folder 9
Tr 198: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "So much of heaven has gone from earth," F 1240, J 1228
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Box 14: folder 9
Tr 199: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "So the eyes accost and sunder," F 792, J 752
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Box 14: folder 9
Tr 200: Manuscript transcript of poem "So well that I can live without," F 682, J 456. Written on envelope scrap.
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Box 14: folder 10
Tr 200a: Typescript transcript of poem "So well that I can live without," F 682, J 456.
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Box 14: folder 10
Tr 201: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Springs - shake the sills -," F 124, J 216
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Box 14: folder 10
Tr 201a: Transcript in unknown hand of poem "Springs shake the sills," F 124, J 216
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Box 14: folder 10
Tr 202: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Take your heaven further on," F 672, J 388. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 10
Tr 203: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "That first day when you praised me, Sweet," F 470, J 659
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Box 14: folder 10
Tr 204: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The battle fought between the soul," F 629, J 594
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Box 14: folder 10
Tr 205: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Black Berry wears a Thorn in his side," F 548, J 554. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 10
Tr 206: Typescript transcript of poem "The color of the Grave is green," F 424, J 411
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Box 14: folder 10
Tr 207: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The day that I was crowned," F 613, J 356
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Box 14: folder 10
Tr 208: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Day undressed herself," AC 813, F 495, J 716. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 10
Tr 208b: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Day undressed herself," AC 813, F 495, J 716
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Box 14: folder 10
Tr 209: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The doomed regard the Sunrise," F 298, J 294
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Box 14: folder 10
Tr 210: Typescript transcript of poem "The first Day's Night had come -" F423, J410
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Tr 211: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Himmaleh was known to stoop," F 460, J 481
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Tr 212: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Judge is like the Owl," F 728, J 699
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Tr 213: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Martyr Poets did not tell," F 665, J 544. 2 leaves
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Tr 214: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The name of it is autumn," F 465, J 656
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Tr 215: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The only news I know," F 820, J 827
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Tr 216: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The popular heart is a cannon first," F 1220, J 1226
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Tr 217: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The props assist the house," F 729, J 1142
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Tr 218: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The soul's distinct connection," F 901, J 974
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Tr 219: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Spider holds a Silver Ball," F 513, J 605. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 11
Tr 220: Typescript transcript of poem "The sun kept stooping - stooping -low," F 182, J 152
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Box 14: folder 12
Tr 221: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The sun went down," F 1109, J 1079
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Tr 222: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The test of love is Death," F 541, J 573
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Tr 223: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Wind did'nt come," F 494, J 316. 4 leaves
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Tr 224: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The zeros taught us phosphorus," AC 694, F 284, J 689
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Box 14: folder 12
Tr 225: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "There is a Languor of the Life," F 552, J 396. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 12
Tr 226: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "There is a pain so utter," F 515, J 599
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Box 14: folder 12
Tr 227: Transcript of poem "They shut me up in prose," F 445, J 613
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Box 14: folder 12
Tr 227a: Transcript of poem "They shut me up in prose," F 445, J 613
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Box 14: folder 12
Tr 228: Typescript transcript of poem "This heart that broke so long," F 83, J 145
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Box 14: folder 12
Tr 229: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "This was a poet," F 446, J 448. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 12
Tr 230: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'Tis customary as we part," F 628, J 440
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Box 14: folder 13
Tr 231: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'Tis good, the looking back on grief," F 472, J 660
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Tr 232: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'Tis opposites entice," F 612, J 355
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Tr 233: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'Tis so appalling, it exhilarates," F 341, J 281
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Box 14: folder 13
Tr 234: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'Tis true they shut me in the cold," F 658, J 538. 3 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 13
Tr 235: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "To disappear enhances," F 1239, J 1209
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Box 14: folder 13
Tr 236: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "To interrupt his yellow plan," F 662, J 591
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Box 14: folder 13
Tr 237: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "To make one's toilette after death," F 471, J 485
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Box 14: folder 13
Tr 238: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "To make routine a stimulus," F 1238, J 1196
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Box 14: folder 13
Tr 238a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "To make routine a stimulus," F 1238, J 1196
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Box 14: folder 13
Tr 239: Typescript transcript of poem "To put this world down like a bundle," F 404, J 527
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Box 14: folder 13
Tr 240: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "To this world she returned," F 815, J 830
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Box 14: folder 14
Tr 241: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "To whom the mornings stand for nights," F 1055, J 1095
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Box 14: folder 14
Tr 242: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'Twas awkward but it fitted me," F 900, J 973
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Box 14: folder 14
Tr 243: Typescript transcript of poem "'Twas like a Maelstrom with a notch," F 425, J 414
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Box 14: folder 14
Tr 244: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'Twas warm, at first, like us," F 614, J 519
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Box 14: folder 14
Tr 245: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Unto like story trouble has enticed me," F 300, J 295
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Box 14: folder 14
Tr 246: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "We dream - it is good we are dreaming," F 584, J 531
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Box 14: folder 14
Tr 247: Typescript transcript of poem "We grow accustomed to the Dark," F 428, J 419
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Box 14: folder 14
Tr 248: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "We miss her, not because we see," F 771, J 993
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Box 14: folder 14
Tr 248a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "We miss her, not because we see," F 771, J 993
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Box 14: folder 14
Tr 249: Typescript transcript of poem "What is - 'paradise' -," F 241, J 215
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Box 14: folder 14
Tr 250: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "When I hoped, I recollect," F 493, J 768. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 15
Tr 251: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "When they come back - if blossoms do -," F 1042, J 1080
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Box 14: folder 15
Tr 252: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Who Giants know, with lesser man," F 848, J 796
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Box 14: folder 15
Tr 253: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Whole gulfs of red and fleets of red," F 468, J 658
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Box 14: folder 15
Tr 254: Typescript transcript of poem "Why make it doubt - it hurts it so -," F 697, J 462
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Box 14: folder 15
Tr 255: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Within my garden rides a bird," F 370, J 500
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Box 14: folder 15
Tr 256: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "You'll find it when you try to die," F 441, J 610. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 15
Editorial notes for Mabel Loomis Todd's unpublished yearbook of Emily Dickinson poetry
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Box 14: folder 15
Tr 257: Typescript transcript of poem "A slash of Blue! A sweep of Gray!," AC 663, F 233, J 204
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Box 14: folder 15
Tr 257a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A slash of Blue! A sweep of Gray!," AC 663, F 233, J 204
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Box 14: folder 15
Tr 258: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A bird sat careless on the fence," F 523, J 606. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 15
Tr 259: Typescript transcript of poem "A fuzzy fellow, without feet," F 171, J 173
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Box 14: folder 15
Tr 260: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A little dog that wags his tail," F 1236, J 1185
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Box 14: folder 16
Tr 261: Typescript transcript of poem "A plated life, diversified," F 864, J 806
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Box 14: folder 16
Tr 262: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A prison gets to be a friend," F 456, J 652. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 16
Tr 263: Typescript transcript of poem "A science - so the savans say," F 147, J 100
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Box 14: folder 16
Tr 264: Typescript transcript of poem "A Secret told," F 643, J 381
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Box 14: folder 16
Tr 265: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A single screw of flesh," F 293, J 263
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Box 14: folder 16
Tr 266: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A still volcano life," F 517, J 601. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 16
Tr 267: Typescript transcript of poem "A Tooth upon Our Peace," F694, J 459
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Box 14: folder 16
Tr 268: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A Visitor in Marl," F 558, J 391
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Tr 269: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A weight with needles on the pounds," F 294, J 264
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Tr 270: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "After great pain, a formal feeling comes," F 372, J 341. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 17
Tr 271: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Ah! Necromancy sweet!," F 168, J 177
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Tr 272: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "All but death can be adjusted," F 789, J 749
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Tr 273: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "All forgot for recollecting," F 827, J 966
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Tr 274: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "All the letters I can write," F 380, J 334
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Box 14: folder 17
Tr 275: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Alone, I cannot be -," F 303, J 298
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Box 14: folder 17
Tr 276: Typescript transcript of poem "Although I put away his life," F 405, J 366. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 17
Tr 277: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "An ignorance a Sunset," F 669, J 552. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 17
Tr 278: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "As if the sea should part," F 720, J 695
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Box 14: folder 17
Tr 279: Typescript transcript of poem "At leisure is the soul," F 683, J 618
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Tr 280: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Autumn overlooked my knitting," F 786, J 748
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Tr 281: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Beauty is not caused -," F 654, J 516
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Tr 282: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Because my brook is fluent," F 1235, J 1200
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Tr 283: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Behind me dips eternity," F 743, J 721. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 18
Tr 284: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Besides this May we know," F 976, J 977
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Box 14: folder 18
Tr 285: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Better than music -," F378, J 503. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 18
Tr 286: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Bloom upon the mountain stated," F 787, J 667
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Box 14: folder 18
Tr 287: Typescript transcript of poem "Bound - a trouble -," F 240, J 269
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Box 14: folder 18
Tr 288: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "But little Carmine hath her face," F 566, J 558
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Box 14: folder 18
Tr 289: Typescript transcript of poem "By chivalries as tiny," F 37, J 55
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Box 14: folder 18
Tr 290: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "By my window have I for scenery," F 849, J 797. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 19
Tr 291: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Color, caste, denomination," F 836, J 970
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Box 14: folder 19
Tr 292: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Conscious am I, in my chamber," F 773, J 679
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Box 14: folder 19
Tr 293: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Could I do more for thee," F 443, J 447
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Box 14: folder 19
Tr 293a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Could I do more for thee," F 443, J 447
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Box 14: folder 19
Tr 294: Typescript transcript of poem "Death is potential to that man," F 650, J 548
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Box 14: folder 19
Tr 295: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Denial is the only fact," F 826, J 965
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Box 14: folder 19
Tr 296: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Dew is the freshet in the grass," F 1102, J 1097
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Tr 297: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Did you ever stand in a cavern's mouth," F 619, J 590
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Box 14: folder 19
Tr 298: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Do people moulder equally," F 390, J 432. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 19
Tr 299: Typescript transcript of poem "Don't put up my thread and needle -," F 681, J 617
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Box 14: folder 19
Tr 300: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Drama's vitallest expression is the common day," F 776, J 741
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Box 14: folder 20
Tr 301: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Dropped into the ether acre," F 286, J 665
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Box 14: folder 20
Tr 302: Typescript transcript of poem "Dust is the only secret," F 166, J 153
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Box 14: folder 20
Tr 303: Typescript transcript of poem "Exhiliration - is within -," F 645, J 383
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Box 14: folder 20
Tr 304: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Faith - is the pierless Bridge," F 978, J 915
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Box 14: folder 20
Tr 305: Typescript transcript of poem "Flowers - well - if anybody," F 95, J 137
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Box 14: folder 20
Tr 306: Typescript transcript of poem "For Death - or rather," F 644, J 382
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Box 14: folder 20
Tr 307: Typescript transcript of poem "For every bird a nest," F 86, J 143
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Box 14: folder 20
Tr 308: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "From Blank to Blank," F 484, J 761
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Box 14: folder 20
Tr 309: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Give little anguish," F 422, J 310
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Box 14: folder 20
Tr 310: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Good morning, midnight," F 382, J 425
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Box 14: folder 21
Tr 310a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Good morning, midnight," F 382, J 425
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Box 14: folder 21
Tr 311: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Good to have had them lost," F 809, J 901
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Box 14: folder 21
Tr 312: Typescript transcript of poem " Great Caesar! Condescend," F 149, J 102
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Box 14: folder 21
Tr 313: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Growth of man like growth of nature," F 790, J 750
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Tr 314: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Had I not this, or this, I said," F 828, J 904
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Box 14: folder 21
Tr 315: Typescript transcript of poem "He forgot - and I - remembered -," F 232, J 203
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Tr 316: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "He fought like those," F 480, J 759. 2 leaves.
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Tr 317: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "He found my Being," F 511, J 603
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Box 14: folder 21
Tr 318: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "He gave away his life," F 530, J 567
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Tr 319: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "He told a homely tale," F 486, J 763. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 21
Tr 320: Typescript transcript of poem "He was weak, and I was strong - then -," F 221, J 190
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Box 14: folder 22
Tr 321: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "He who in himself believes," F 835, J 969
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Box 14: folder 22
Tr 322: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem ""Heaven" has different signs to me," F 544, J 575
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Box 14: folder 22
Tr 323: Typescript transcript of poem "Heaven is so far of the mind," F 413, J 370
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Tr 324: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Her sweet turn to leave the Homestead," F 759, J 649. 2 leaves.
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Tr 324a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Her sweet turn to leave the Homestead," F 759, J 649
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Tr 325: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Her sweet weight on my Heart a night," F 611, J 518
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Box 14: folder 22
Tr 326: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "How many flowers fail in the wood," F 534, J 404
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Box 14: folder 22
Tr 327: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I am afraid to own a body," F 1050, J 1090
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Box 14: folder 22
Tr 328: Typescript transcript of poem "I am ashamed - I hide -," F 705, J 473
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Box 14: folder 22
Tr 329: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I came to buy a smile today," F 258, J 223
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Box 14: folder 22
Tr 330: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I cannot be ashamed," F 977, J 914
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Tr 331: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I cannot dance upon my toes," F 381, J 326
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Box 14: folder 23
Tr 332: Typescript transcript of poem "I cautious, scanned my little life -," F 175, J 178
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Box 14: folder 23
Tr 333: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I cross, till I am weary," F 666, J 550
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Box 14: folder 23
Tr 334: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I got so I could hear his name," F 292, J 293. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 23
Tr 335: Typescript transcript of poem "I have never seen 'Volcanoes' -," F 165, J 175
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Box 14: folder 23
Tr 336: Typescript transcript of poem "I never told the buried gold," F 38, J 11
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Tr 337: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I prayed, at first, a little girl," F 546, J 576
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Tr 338: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I reckon - when I count at all," F 533, J 569
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Box 14: folder 23
Tr 339: Typescript transcript of poem "I saw no way - the heavens were stitched -," F 633, J 378
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Box 14: folder 23
Tr 340: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I shall keep singing!," F 270, J 250
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Box 14: folder 24
Tr 341: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I should not dare to be so sad," F 1233, J 1197
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Tr 342: Typescript transcript of poem "I tend my flowers for thee -," F 367, J 339
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Tr 343: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I think I was enchanted," F 627, J 593. 2 leaves.
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Tr 344: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I tie my hat, I crease my shawl," F 522, J 443. 8 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 24
Tr 345: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I tried to think a lonelier thing," F 570, J 532
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Tr 346: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I was the slightest in the house," F 473, J 486
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Tr 347: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I would die to know," F 537, J 570
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Tr 348: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "If any sink, assure that this, now standing," F 616, J 358
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Tr 349: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "If I could bribe them by a rose," F 176, J 179
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Box 14: folder 24
Tr 349a: Typescript transcript of poem "If I could bribe them by a rose," F 176, J 179
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Box 14: folder 24
Tr 350: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "If I'm lost now," F 316, J 256
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Tr 350a: Typescript transcript of poem "If I'm lost now," F 316, J 256
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Tr 351: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "If what we could," F 540, J 407
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Box 14: folder 25
Tr 352: Typescript transcript of poem "I'll tell thee all - how Blank it grew -," F 431, J 577
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Tr 353: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I'm sorry for the Dead - today -," F 582, J 529. 2 leaves
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Tr 354: Typescript transcript of poem "I'm the little "Hearts ease"!," F 167, J 176
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Tr 355: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It bloomed and dropt a single noon," F 843, J 978
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Tr 356: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It ceased to hurt me, though so slow," F 421, J 584
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Tr 357: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It feels a shame to be alive," F 524, J 444. 3 leaves.
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Tr 358: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It might be lonelier," F 535, J 405
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Tr 359: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It troubled me as once I was -," F 516, J 600
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Tr 359a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It troubled me as once I was -," F 516, J 600. 2 leaves.
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Tr 360: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It was given to me by the Gods," F 455, J 454. 2 leaves.
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Tr 361: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It was not Saint, it was too large," F 1052, J 1092
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Tr 362: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It would have starved a gnat," F 444, J 612. 2 leaves.
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Tr 363: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It would never be common more," F 388, J 430. 3 leaves.
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Tr 364: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It's coming - the postponeless Creature," F 556, J 390
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Tr 365: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I've known a Heaven like a Tent," F 257, J 243
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Tr 366: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Jesus! Thy crucifix," F 197, J 225
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Tr 367: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Joy to have merited the pain," F 739, J 788. 2 leaves.
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Tr 368: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Just so - Christ raps," F 263, J 317
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Tr 369: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Kill your balm and its odors bless you," F 309, J 238
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Tr 370: Typescript transcript of poem "Like her the saints retire," F 150, J 60
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Tr 371: Typescript transcript of poem "Like some old fashioned miracle," F 408, J 302
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Tr 372: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Longing is like the seed," F 1298, J 1255
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Tr 373: Typescript transcript of poem "Many a phrase has the English language," F 333, J 276
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Tr 374: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "My life had stood - a Loaded Gun," F 764, J 754. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 27
Tr 375: Typescript transcript of poem "My portion is defeat, today," F 704, J 639
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Tr 376: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "My triumph lasted till the drums," F 1212, J 1227
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Tr 377: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Myself can read the telegrams," F 1049, J 1089
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Tr 378: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Myself was formed a carpenter," F 475, J 488
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Tr 379: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Nature sometimes sears a sapling," F 457, J 314
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Tr 380: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "No bobolink - reverse his singing," F 766, J 755
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Tr 381: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "No crowd that has occurred," F 653, J 515
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Tr 382: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "No matter - now - Sweet -," F 734, J 704
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Tr 383: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Not any more to be lacked," F 1382, J 1344
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Tr 384: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Not what we did shall be the test," F 972, J 823
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Tr 385: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Of being is a bird," F 462, J 653
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Tr 386: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "One anguish in a crowd," F 527, J 565
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Tr 387: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Only a shrine, but mine;" F 981, J 918
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Tr 388: Typescript transcript of poem "Over and over, like a tune," F 406, J 367
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Box 14: folder 28
Tr 389: Typescript transcript of poem "Papa above!," F 151, J 61
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Tr 389a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Papa above!," F 151, J 61
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Tr 390: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Perception of an object costs," F 1103, J 1071
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Tr 391: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Precious to me she still shall be," F 751, J 727. 2 leaves.
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Tr 392: Typescript transcript of poem "Put up my lute!," F 324, J 261
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Tr 393: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Removed from accident of loss," F 417, J 424
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Tr 394: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Renunciation is a piercing virtue," F 782, J 745
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Tr 395: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Rests at Night," F 490, J 714
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Tr 396: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Revolution is the pod," F 1044, J 1082
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Tr 397: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Robbed by death - but that was easy," F 838, J 971
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Editorial notes for an unpublished yearbook of Emily Dickinson poetry
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Tr 398: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Savior! I've no one else to tell," F 295, J 217
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Tr 399: Typescript transcript of poem "Sexton! My master's sleeping here," F 75, J 96
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Tr 400: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "She hideth her the last," F 564, J 557
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Tr 401: Typescript transcript of poem "She lay as if at play," F 412, J 369
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Tr 402: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "She staked her wings, and gained a bush," F 853, J 798
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Tr 403: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "She's happy, with a new content," F 587, J 535
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Tr 404: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Somehow myself survived the night," F 1209, J 1194
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Tr 405: Typescript transcript of poem ""Sown in dishonor"!," F 153, J 62
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Box 14: folder 30
Tr 406: Typescript transcript of poem "Sunset at night is natural," F 427, J 415
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Box 14: folder 30
Tr 406a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Sunset at night is natural," F 427, J 415
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Tr 407: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Suspense is hostiler than Death," F 775, J 705
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Box 14: folder 30
Tr 408: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Sweet mountains, ye tell me no lie," F 745, J 722. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 30
Tr 409: Typescript transcript of poem "Sweet - safe - Houses -," F 684, J 457
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Box 14: folder 30
Tr 410: Typescript transcript of poem "Sweet - you forgot - but I remembered," F 635, J 523
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Box 14: folder 31
Tr 410a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Just to be rich," F 635, J 523
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Box 14: folder 31
Tr 411: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Taking up the fair Ideal," F 386, J 428
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Box 14: folder 31
Tr 412: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "That after Horror that 'twas us," F 243, J 286
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Box 14: folder 31
Tr 413: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The admirations and contempts of time," F 830, J 906
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Box 14: folder 31
Tr 414: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The angle of a Landscape," F 578, J 375. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 31
Tr 415: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The birds reported from the South," F 780, J 743
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Box 14: folder 31
Tr 416: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Court is far away," F 250, J 235
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Box 14: folder 31
Tr 417: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Heaven vests for Each," F 717, J 694
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Box 14: folder 31
Tr 417a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Heaven vests for Each," F 717, J 694
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Box 14: folder 31
Tr 418: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Lamp burns sure, within -," F 247, J 233
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Box 14: folder 31
Tr 419: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The largest fire ever known," F 974, J 1114
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Box 14: folder 31
Tr 420: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The last of summer is delight," AC 296, F 1380, J 1353
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Box 14: folder 32
Tr 421: Typescript transcript of poem "The lonesome for they know not what," F 326, J 262
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Box 14: folder 32
Tr 422: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Malay took the pearl," F 451, J 452. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 32
Tr 423: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The months have ends, the years a knot," F 416, J 423
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Box 14: folder 32
Tr 424: Typescript transcript of poem "The morning after Wo -," F 398, J 364
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Box 14: folder 32
Tr 425: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Mountains - grow unnoticed -," F 768, J 757
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Box 14: folder 32
Tr 426: Typescript transcript of poem "The power to be true to you," F 699, J 464
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Box 14: folder 32
Tr 427: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Province of the Saved," F 659, J 539. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 32
Tr 428: Typescript transcript of poem "The rainbow never tells me," F 76, J 97
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Box 14: folder 32
Tr 429: Typescript transcript of poem "The Soul's superior instants," F 630, J 306
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Box 14: folder 32
Tr 430: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The spirit is the conscious ear," F 718, J 733
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Box 14: folder 33
Tr 431: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Sunrise runs for Both," F 765, J 710
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Box 14: folder 33
Tr 431a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Sunrise runs for Both," F 765, J 710
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Box 14: folder 33
Tr 432: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The sweetest Heresy received," F 671, J 387
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Box 14: folder 33
Tr 433: Typescript transcript of poem "The tint I cannot take - is best -," F 696, J 627
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Box 14: folder 33
Tr 434: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The World feels Dusty," F 491, J 715. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 33
Tr 435: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "These are the signs to nature's inns," F 1106, J 1077
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Box 14: folder 33
Tr 436: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Those fair, fictitious people," F 369, J 499. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 33
Tr 437: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Three times we parted -," F 514, J 598. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 33
Tr 438: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Till death is narrow loving," F 831, J 907
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Box 14: folder 33
Tr 439: Typescript transcript of poem "Time feels so vast that were it not," F 858, J 802
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Box 14: folder 33
Tr 440: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'Tis not that dying hurts us so," F 528, J 335
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Box 14: folder 34
Tr 441: Typescript transcript of poem "'Tis One by One - the Father counts -," F 646, J 545
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Box 14: folder 34
Tr 442: Typescript transcript of poem "To die - takes just a little while -," F 315, J 255
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Box 14: folder 34
Tr 443: Typescript transcript of poem "To fill a Gap," F 647, J 546
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Box 14: folder 34
Tr 444: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "To love thee, year by year," F 618, J 434
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Box 14: folder 34
Tr 445: Typescript transcript of poem "To my small hearth His fire came -," F 703, J 638
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Box 14: folder 34
Tr 446: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "To offer brave assistance," F 492, J 767
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Box 14: folder 34
Tr 447: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Too little way the house must lie," F 902, J 911
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Box 14: folder 34
Tr 448: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Trust in the unexpected," F 561, J 555. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 34
Tr 449: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'Twas Love, not me," F 562, J 394
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Box 14: folder 34
Tr 450: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Unfulfilled to observation," F 839, J 972
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Box 14: folder 35
Tr 451: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Unit, like death, for whom?," F 543, J 408
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Box 14: folder 35
Tr 452: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem ""Unto me"? I do not know you," F 825, J 964
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Box 14: folder 35
Tr 453: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Upon Concluded Lives," F 722, J 735
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Box 14: folder 35
Tr 454: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "We miss a kinsman more," F 1047, J 1087
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Box 14: folder 35
Tr 455: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "We pray to heaven," F 476, J 489
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Box 14: folder 35
Tr 456: Typescript transcript of poem "We prove it now - Whoever doubts," F 631, J 537
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Box 14: folder 35
Tr 457: Typescript transcript of poem "We should not mind so small a flower," F 82, J 81
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Box 14: folder 35
Tr 458: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "We talked as Girls do -," F 392, J 586. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 35
Tr 459: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Wert thou but ill, that I might show thee," F 821, J 961
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Box 14: folder 35
Tr 460: Typescript transcript of poem "What I can do - I will -," F 641, J 361
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Box 14: folder 36
Tr 461: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "What care the Dead for Chanticleer?," F 624, J 592. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 36
Tr 462: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "What shall I do, it whimpers so -," F 237, J 186
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Box 14: folder 36
Tr 463: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "What twigs we held by," F 1046, J 1086
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Box 14: folder 36
Tr 464: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "When Diamonds are a Legend," F 553, J 397
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Box 14: folder 36
Tr 465: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "What I see not I better see," AC 87-15, F 869, J 939
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Box 14: folder 36
Tr 466: Typescript transcript of poem "Where I have lost, I softer tread," F 158, J 104
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Box 14: folder 36
Tr 467: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Where then art, that is Home," F 749, J 725. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 36
Tr 468: Typescript transcript of poem "Who court obtain within himself," F 859, J 803
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Box 14: folder 36
Tr 469: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem ""Why do I love" you, sir?," F 459, J 480
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Box 14: folder 36
Tr 469a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Why do I love you, Sir?," F 459, J 480
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Box 14: folder 36
Tr 470: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Why - do they shut me out of Heaven?," F 268, J 248
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Box 14: folder 37
Tr 471: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Without this, there is nought," F 464, J 655
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Box 14: folder 37
Tr 472: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "You love the Lord you cannot see -," F 474, J 487
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Box 14: folder 37
Tr 473: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "You said that I "was Great" one day," F 736, J 738
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Box 14: folder 37
Editorial notes for an unpublished yearbook of Emily Dickinson poetry
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Box 14: folder 37
Tr 474: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A first Mute coming -," F 732, J 702
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Box 14: folder 37
Tr 475: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A mien to move a Queen," F 254, J 283. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 37
Tr 476: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A nearness to Tremendousness," F 824, J 963
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Box 14: folder 37
Tr 477: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Because 'twas riches I could own," F 1053, J 1093
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Box 14: folder 37
Tr 478: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Bereavement in their death to feel," F 756, J 654
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Box 14: folder 37
Tr 479: Typescript transcript of poem "By a flower - By a letter -," F 163, J 109
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Box 14: folder 37
Tr 480: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Conjectuing a climate," F 551, J 562
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Box 14: folder 38
Tr 481: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Defrauded I a Butterfly," F 850, J 730
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Box 14: folder 38
Tr 482: Typescript transcript of poem "Delight is as the flight -," F 317, J 257
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Box 14: folder 38
Tr 483: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Despair's advantage is achieved," F 854, J 799
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Box 14: folder 38
Tr 484: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Did we disobey Him?," F299, J 267
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Box 14: folder 38
Tr 485: Typescript transcript of poem "Doom is the house without the door -," F 710, J 475
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Box 14: folder 38
Tr 486: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Dreams are well, but wakings better," F 449, J 450
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Box 14: folder 38
Tr 487: Typescript transcript of poem "Dying! Dying in the night!," F 222, J 158
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Box 14: folder 38
Tr 488: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Empty my Heart of thee -," F 393, J 587
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Box 14: folder 38
Tr 489: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Ended ere it begun," F 1048, J 1088
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Box 14: folder 38
Tr 490: Typescript transcript of poem "Expectation is contentment," F 865, J 807
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Box 14: folder 39
Tr 491: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "For largest woman's heart I knew," F 542, J 309
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Box 14: folder 39
Tr 492: Typescript transcript of poem "Forever is composed of Nows -," F 690, J 624
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Box 14: folder 39
Tr 493: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Grief is a mouse," F 753, J 793. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 39
Tr 494: Typescript transcript of poem "Had I presumed to hope -," F 634, J 522
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Box 14: folder 39
Tr 495: Typescript transcript of poem "He strained my faith -," F 366, J 497
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Box 14: folder 39
Tr 496: Typescript transcript of poem "I can't tell you - but you feel it -," F 164, J 65
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Box 14: folder 39
Tr 497: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I could bring you jewels," F 726, J 697
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Box 14: folder 39
Tr 498: Typescript transcript of poem "I could suffice for him, I knew," F 712, J 643
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Box 14: folder 39
Tr 499: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I cried at Pity - not at Pain -," F 394, J 588
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Box 14: folder 39
Tr 500: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I had not minded walls," F 554, J 398. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 40
Tr 501: Typescript transcript of poem "I know where Wells grow -," F 695, J 460
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Box 14: folder 40
Tr 502: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I pay in satin cash," F 526, J 402
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Box 14: folder 40
Tr 503: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I sometimes drop it for a quick," F 784, J 708
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Box 14: folder 40
Tr 504: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "If He dissolve - then there is nothing more," F 251, J 236
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Box 14: folder 40
Tr 505: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "If nature smiles the mother must," F 1101, J 1085
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Box 14: folder 40
Tr 506: Typescript transcript of poem "If your Nerve deny you -," F 329, J 292
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Box 14: folder 40
Tr 507: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I'll clutch - and clutch -," F 385, J 427. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 40
Tr 508: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I'm saying every day," F 575, J 373. 3 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 40
Tr 509: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It don’t sound so terrible," F 384, J 426. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 40
Tr 510: Typescript transcript of poem "It is dead - find it -," F 434, J 417
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Box 14: folder 41
Tr 511: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It is easy to work when the soul is at play," F 242, J 244
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Box 14: folder 41
Tr 512: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It knew no lapse nor Diminution," F 568, J 560
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Box 14: folder 41
Tr 513: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I've nothing else to bring, you know-," F 253, J 224
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Box 14: folder 41
Tr 514: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Life is what we make it," F 727, J 698
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Box 14: folder 41
Tr 515: Typescript transcript of poem "Like eyes that looked on Wastes -," F 693, J 458
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Box 14: folder 41
Tr 516: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "More life went out when he went," F 415, J 422
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Box 14: folder 41
Tr 517: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Must be a wo -," F 538, J 571
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Box 14: folder 41
Tr 518: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "My reward for being was this," F 375, J 343
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Box 14: folder 41
Tr 518a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "My Reward for Being was this," F 375, J 343. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 41
Tr 519: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "My soul accused me," F 793, J 753
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Box 14: folder 41
Tr 520: Typescript transcript of poem "No man can compass a despair," F 714, J 477
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Box 14: folder 42
Tr 521: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Not probable - the barest chance -," F 678, J 346
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Box 14: folder 42
Tr 522: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "One and one are one," F 497, J 769
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Box 14: folder 42
Tr 523: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "One crucifixion is recorded, only," F 670, J 553. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 42
Tr 524: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "One year ago - jots what?," F 301, J 296
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Box 14: folder 42
Tr 525: Typescript transcript of poem "Only God - detect the sorrow -," F 692, J 626
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Box 14: folder 42
Tr 526: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Out of sight? What of that?," F 733, J 703
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Box 14: folder 42
Tr 527: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Over the fence," F 271, J 251
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Box 14: folder 42
Tr 528: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Rehearsal to Ourselves," F 664, J 379
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Box 14: folder 42
Tr 529: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "She dwelleth in the ground," F 744, J 671
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Box 14: folder 42
Tr 530: Typescript transcript of poem "Sift her, from brow to bare foot," F 332, J 275
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Box 14: folder 43
Tr 531: Typescript transcript of poem "Size circumscribes - it has no room," F 707, J 641
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Box 14: folder 43
Tr 532: Typescript transcript of poem "Smiling back from coronation," F 651, J 385
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Box 14: folder 43
Tr 533: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "So I pull my stockings off," F 1271, J 1201
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Box 14: folder 43
Tr 534: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "So much summer," F 761, J 651
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Box 14: folder 43
Tr 535: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Some such Butterfly be seen," F 661, J 541
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Box 14: folder 43
Tr 536: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Some work for Immortality -," F 536, J 406
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Box 14: folder 43
Tr 537: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Strong draughts of their refreshing minds," F 770, J 711
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Box 14: folder 43
Tr 538: Typescript transcript of poem "The child's faith is new -," F 701, J 637
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Box 14: folder 43
Tr 539: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The difference between Despair," F 576, J 305
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Box 14: folder 43
Tr 540: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The first day that I was a Life," F 823, J 902
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Box 14: folder 44
Tr 541: Typescript transcript of poem "The Future never spoke -," F 638, J 672
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Box 14: folder 44
Tr 542: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The grace myself might not obtain," F 779, J 707
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Box 14: folder 44
Tr 543: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Love a Life can show Below," F 285, J 673. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 44
Tr 544: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Outer from the Inner," F 450, J 451. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 44
Tr 545: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Robin's my criterion for tune," F 256, J 285. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 44
Tr 546: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The trees like tassels hit and swung," F 523, J 606. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 44
Tr 547: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The well upon the brook," F 1051, J 1091
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Box 14: folder 44
Tr 548: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Whole of it came not at once," F 485, J 762. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 44
Tr 549: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The winters are so short," F 532, J 403
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Tr 549a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The winters are so short," F 532, J 403
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Box 14: folder 44
Tr 550: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Themself are all I have," F 1054, J 1094
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Box 14: folder 45
Tr 551: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "These - saw Visions -," F 769, J 758
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Box 14: folder 45
Tr 552: Typescript transcript of poem "They put us far apart -," F 708, J 474
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Box 14: folder 45
Tr 553: Typescript transcript of poem "This bauble was preferred of bees -," F 863, J 805
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Box 14: folder 45
Tr 554: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Tho' my destiny be Fustian," F 131, J 163
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Box 14: folder 45
Tr 555: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Two were immortal twice -," F 855, J 800
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Box 14: folder 45
Tr 556: Typescript transcript of poem "We dont cry - Tim and I -," F 231, J 196
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Box 14: folder 45
Tr 557: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "We learned the whole of love -," F 531, J 568
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Tr 558: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "We see comparatively -," F 580, J 534
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Box 14: folder 45
Tr 559: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "What we see we know somewhat," F 1272, J 1195
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Box 14: folder 45
Tr 560: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "What would I give to see his face," F 266, J 247. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 46
Tr 561: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "When we stand on the tops of things," F 343, J 242
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Box 14: folder 46
Tr 562: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "With thee, in the Desert -," F 201, J 209
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Box 14: folder 46
Tr 563: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "You constituted time -," F 488, J 765
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Box 14: folder 46
Tr 564: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "You know that portrait in the moon -," F 676, J 504
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Box 14: folder 46
Tr 565: Typescript transcript of poem "You love me - you are sure -," F 218, J 156
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Box 14: folder 46
Tr 566: Typescript transcript of poem "You see I cannot see - your lifetime -," F 313, J 253
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Box 14: folder 46
Tr 567: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "You taught me waiting with myself -," F 774, J 740
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Box 14: folder 46
Tr 568: Typescript transcript of poem "You'll know it, as you know 'tis noon -" F 429, J 420
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Box 14: folder 46
Tr 569: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "You're right - "the way is narrow" -," F 249, J 234
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Tr 570: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A house upon the hight," F 555, J 399
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Tr 570a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A House upong the Hight," F 555, J 399. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 47
Tr 571: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Ah! Teneriffe, receding mountain!," F 752, J 666
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Tr 572: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Confirming all who analyze," F 1303, J 1268
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Tr 573: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "At last to be identified -," F 172, J 174
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Box 14: folder 47
Tr 574: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Good night - Which put the candle out?," F 322, J 259. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 47
Tr 575: Typescript transcript of poem "I have not told my garden yet," F 40, J 50
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Box 14: folder 47
Tr 576: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I many times thought Peace had come," F 737, J 739
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Box 14: folder 47
Tr 577: Typescript transcript of poem "I often passed the village," F 41, J 51
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Tr 578: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I think just how my shape will rise -," F 252, J 237
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Tr 579: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I took my Power in my Hand," F 660, J 540
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Tr 580: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I years had been from home," F 440, J 609. 3 leaves.
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Tr 581: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The drop that wrestles in the sea," AC 674, F 255, J 284
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Box 14: folder 48
Tr 582: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The Wind - tapped like a tired man -," F 621, J 436
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Tr 583: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Their Hight in Heaven comforts not -," F 725, J 696. 2 leaves.
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Tr 584: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'Tis so much Joy! 'Tis so much Joy!," F 170, J 172. On verso: 3 typescript transcript lines of poem "The morns are meeker than they were -," F 32, J 12
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Tr 585: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I should not dare to leave my friend," F 234, J 205. On verso: Typescript transcript of poem "Within my reach!," F 69, J 90
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Box 14: folder 48
Tr 586: Typescript transcript of poem "Superiority to fate," F 1043, J 1081
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Box 14: folder 48
Tr 586a: Alice Hill transcript of poem "Superiority to fate," F 1043, J 1081
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Box 14: folder 48
Tr 587: Alice Hill transcript of poem "Poor little heart!," F 214, J 192
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Box 14: folder 48
Tr 588: Alice Hill transcript of poem "Love is anterior to Life -," F 980, J 917
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Box 14: folder 48
Tr 589: Alice Hill transcript of poem "Morning is the place for Dew," F 223, J 197
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Box 14: folder 48
Tr 590: Typescript transcript of poem "It dropped so low in my regard," F 785, J 747
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Note about Mabel Loomis Todd transcripts from fascicles
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Tr 591: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A bee his burnished carriage," AC 94-18,F 1351, J 1339
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Tr 591a: Transcript of poem "A Bee his burnished carriage," AC 94-18, F 1351, J 1339
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Tr 592: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Here, where the daisies fit my head," AC 88-8, F 985, J 1037
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Tr 592a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Where I am not afraid to go," AC 88-8, F 985, J 1037
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Tr 593: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A bold, inspiriting bird is the jay," AC 90-11, F 1022
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Tr 594: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A burdock twitched my gown -," AC 92-5, F 289
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Tr 595: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A coffin is a small domain," AC 91-7, F 890, J 943
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Tr 596: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A doubt if it be us," AC 87-3, F 903, J 859
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Box 14: folder 49
Tr 597: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A loss of something ever felt I," AC 92-18, F 1072, J 959
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Box 14: folder 49
Tr 598: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A south wind has a pathos," AC 81-7, F 883, J 719
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Box 14: folder 49
Tr 599: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Again his voice is at the door," AC 89-8, F 274, J 663. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 49
Tr 600: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Air has no residence, no neighbor," AC 88-4, F 989, J 1060
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Box 14: folder 50
Tr 601: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "All these my banners be," AC 82-3, F 29, J 22
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Box 14: folder 50
Tr 602: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Always mine!," AC 86-3, F 942, J 839
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Box 14: folder 50
Tr 603: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Apology for her," AC 86-12, F 959, J 852
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Box 14: folder 50
Tr 604: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "As frost is best conceived," AC 92-9, F 911, J 951
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Box 14: folder 50
Tr 605: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "As one does sickness over," AC 92-14, F 917, J 957
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Box 14: folder 50
Tr 606: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Away from home are some and I," F 807, J 821
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Box 14: folder 50
Tr 607: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Baffled for just a day or two," F 66, J 17
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Box 14: folder 50
Tr 608: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Banish air from air," AC 86-15, F 963, J 854
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Box 14: folder 50
Tr 609: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Because the bee may blameless hum," AC 87-10, F 909, J 869
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Box 14: folder 50
Tr 610: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Best things dwell out of sight," AC 90-2, F 1012, J 998
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Box 14: folder 51
Tr 611: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Civilization spurns the leopard," AC 89-4, F 276, J 492
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Box 14: folder 51
Tr 612: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Deprived of other banquet," AC 81-2, F 872, J 773
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Box 14: folder 51
Tr 613: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Escaping backward to perceive," AC 87-9, F 969, J 867
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Box 14: folder 51
Tr 614: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Finding is the first act," AC 87-10, F 910, J 870
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Box 14: folder 51
Tr 615: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Garlands for queens may be," AC 82-9, F 10, J 34
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Box 14: folder 51
Tr 616: Typescript transcript of poem "Glowing is her bonnet," AC 83-8, F 106, J 72
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Box 14: folder 51
Tr 617: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "He outstripped time with but a bout," AC 87-7, F 1111, J 865
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Box 14: folder 51
Tr 618: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "He scanned it, staggered," AC 88-12, F 994, J 1062
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Box 14: folder 51
Tr 619: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Her grace is all she has," AC 86-11, F 956, J 810
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Box 14: folder 51
Tr 620: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "How fortunate the grave," AC 92-17, F 1079, J 897
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Box 14: folder 52
Tr 621: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "How happy I was if I could forget," AC 92-18, F 1080, J 898
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Box 14: folder 52
Tr 622: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "How news must feel when travelling," AC 94-12, F 1379, J 1319
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Box 14: folder 52
Tr 623: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "How the waters closed above him, " AC 86-3, F 941, J 923
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Box 14: folder 52
Tr 624: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I could not drink it, sweet," AC 91-4, F 816, J 818
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Box 14: folder 52
Tr 625: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I could not prove the years had feet," AC 91-12, F 674, J 563
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Box 14: folder 52
Tr 626: Typescript transcript of poem "I counted till they danced so," AC 80-2, F 45, J 36
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Box 14: folder 52
Tr 627: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I heard, as if I had no ear," AC 88-9, F 996, J 1039
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Box 14: folder 52
Tr 628: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I knew that I had gained," AC 90-15, F 1033, J 1022
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Box 14: folder 52
Tr 629: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I learned at least what home could be," AC 91-8, F 891, J 944. 3 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 52
Tr 630: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I think the longest hour of all," AC 84-12, F 607, J 635
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Box 14: folder 53
Tr 631: Typescript transcript of poem "I would not paint a picture," AC 85-2, F 348, J 505
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Box 14: folder 53
Tr 632: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "If she had been the mistletoe," AC 648, F 60, J 44
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Box 14: folder 53
Tr 633: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "If those I loved were lost," AC 245, F 20, J 29
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Box 14: folder 53
Tr 634: Typescript transcript of poem "In rags mysterious as these," AC 83-5, F 102, J 117
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Box 14: folder 53
Tr 635: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It came at last, but prompter death," AC 93-9, F 1221, J 1230
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Box 14: folder 53
Tr 636: Typescript transcript of poem "It did not surprise me," AC 80-3, F 50, J 39
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Box 14: folder 53
Tr 637: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "It was a Grave yet bore no stone," AC 86-2, F 852, J 876
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Box 14: folder 53
Tr 638: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Like men and women shadows walk," AC 86-15, F 964, J 1105
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Box 14: folder 53
Tr 639: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Love is that later thing than death," AC 86-6, F 840, J 924
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Box 14: folder 53
Tr 640: Typescript transcript of poem "Low at my problem bending," AC 83-4, F 99, J 69
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Box 14: folder 54
Tr 641: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Nature and God I neither knew," AC 698, F 803, J 835
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Box 14: folder 54
Tr 642: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "No romance sold unto," AC 84-2, F 590, J 669
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Box 14: folder 54
Tr 643: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Nobody knows this little rose," AC 82-9, F 11, J 35
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Box 14: folder 54
Tr 644: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Of consciousness, her awful mate," AC 92-16, F 1076, J 894
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Box 14: folder 54
Tr 645: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Of Paul and Silas it is said," AC 94-3, F 1206, J 1166
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Box 14: folder 54
Tr 646: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Of silken speech and specious shoe," AC 92-17, F 1078, J 896
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Box 14: folder 54
Tr 646a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Of silken speech and specious shoe," AC 92-17, F 1078, J 896
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Box 14: folder 54
Tr 647: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Oh! If remembering were forgetting," AC 82-8, F 9, J 33
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Box 14: folder 54
Tr 648: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "On that dear frame the years had worn," AC 91-2, F 924, J 940
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Box 14: folder 54
Tr 649: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Patience has a quiet outer," AC 86-8, F 842, J 926
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Box 14: folder 54
Tr 650: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Said death to passion," AC 88-3, F 988, J 1033
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Box 14: folder 55
Tr 651: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Sang from the heart, Sire," AC 88-2, F 1083, J 1059
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Box 14: folder 55
Tr 652: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "September's Baccalaureate," AC 94-11, F 1313, J 1271
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Box 14: folder 55
Tr 653: Typescript transcript of poem "She sights a bird - she chuckles," AC 85-4, F 351, J 507
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Box 14: folder 55
Tr 653a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "She sights a bird - she chuckles," AC 85-4, F 351, J 507. On verso: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "I never felt at home below," F 437, J 413
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Box 14: folder 55
Tr 654: Typescript transcript of poem "So from the mould," AC 83-1, F 110, J 66
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Box 14: folder 55
Tr 655: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "So has a daisy vanished," AC 82-6, F 19, J 28
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Box 14: folder 55
Tr 656: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Somewhere upon the general Earth," AC 93-13, F 1226, J 1231
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Box 14: folder 55
Tr 657: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Spring comes on the world," AC 88-10, F 999, J 1042
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Box 14: folder 55
Tr 658: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Struck was I nor yet of lightning," AC 86-7, F 841, J 925. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 55
Tr 659: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The days that we can spare," AC 94-9, F 1229, J 1184
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Box 14: folder 55
Tr 660: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The face I carry with me last," AC 80-7, F 395, J 336
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Box 14: folder 56
Tr 661: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The fingers of the light," AC 90-4, F 1015, J 1000
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Box 14: folder 56
Tr 662: Typescript transcript of poem "The guest is gold and crimson," AC 80-2, F 44, J 15
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Box 14: folder 56
Tr 663: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The harm of years is on him, " AC 93-11, F 1215, J 1280
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Box 14: folder 56
Tr 664: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The hollows round his eager eyes," AC 92-13, F 1071, J 955
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Box 14: folder 56
Tr 665: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The luxury to apprehend," AC 87-6, F 819, J 815
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Box 14: folder 56
Tr 666: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The mountains stood in haze," AC 95-7, F 1225, J 1278
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Box 14: folder 56
Tr 667: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The poets light but lamps," AC 91-13, F 930, J 883
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Box 14: folder 56
Tr 668: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The pungent atom in the air," AC 93-14, F 1222, J 1191
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Box 14: folder 56
Tr 669: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The robin of the crumb," F 195, J 690
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Box 14: folder 56
Tr 670: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The robin is the one," AC 92-1, F 501, J 828
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Box 14: folder 57
Tr 671: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The soul that hath a guest," AC 84-3, F 592, J 674
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Box 14: folder 57
Tr 672: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The spider as an artist," AC 94-6, F 1373, J 1275
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Box 14: folder 57
Tr 672a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The spider as an artist," AC 94-6, F 1373, J 1275
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Box 14: folder 57
Tr 673: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The truth is stirless - outer force," AC 81-7, F 882, J 780
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Box 14: folder 57
Tr 674: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The voice that stands for floods to me," AC 93-3, F 1207, J 1189
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Box 14: folder 57
Tr 675: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "The way to know the bobolink," AC 95-8, F 1348, J 1279. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 57
Tr 676: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "There is a June when corn is cut," AC 86-17, F 811, J 930
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Box 14: folder 57
Tr 677: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "They called me to the window," AC 84-1, F 589, J 628
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Box 14: folder 57
Tr 678: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "This chasm, sweet, upon my life," AC 87-2, F 1061, J 858
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Box 14: folder 57
Tr 679: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "This that would greet an hour ago," AC 81-5, F 879, J 778
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Box 14: folder 57
Tr 680: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "This was in the white of the year," AC 90-4, F 1014, J 995
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Box 14: folder 58
Tr 681: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "To one denied to drink," AC 88-7, F 1058, J 490
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Box 14: folder 58
Tr 682: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Too scanty 'twas to die for you," AC 90-12, F 1023, J 1013
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Box 14: folder 58
Tr 683: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Truth is as old as God," AC 87-7, F 795, J 836
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Box 14: folder 58
Tr 684: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "'Twas my one glory," AC 90-18, F 1040, J 1028
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Box 14: folder 58
Tr 685: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Two travellers perishing in snow," AC 87-8, F 967, J 933
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Box 14: folder 58
Tr 686: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Unable are the loved to die," AC 86-10, F 951, J 809
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Box 14: folder 58
Tr 687: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Uncertain lease develops lustre," AC 87-1, F 1059, J 857
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Box 14: folder 58
Tr 688: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Under the light, yet under," AC 92-4, F 1068, J 949
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Box 14: folder 58
Tr 689: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "We met as sparks, diverging splints," AC 92-16, F 918, J 958
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Box 14: folder 58
Tr 690: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "We'll pass without a parting," AC 88-4, F 503, J 996
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Box 14: folder 59
Tr 690a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "We'll pass without a parting," AC 88-4, F 503, J 996
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Box 14: folder 59
Tr 691: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "What did they do since I saw them?," AC 92-19, F 1074, J 900
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Box 14: folder 59
Tr 692: Typescript transcript of poem "When I count the seeds," AC 80-4, F 51, J 40
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Box 14: folder 59
Tr 693: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "While "it" is alive -," AC 89-6, F 287, J 491
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Box 14: folder 59
Tr 693a: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "White it is alive," AC 89-6, F 287, J 491
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Box 14: folder 59
Tr 694: : Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Who occupies this house?," AC 92-11, F 1069, J 892. 2 leaves.
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Box 14: folder 59
Tr 695: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A cloud withdrew from the sky," AC 92-17, F 1077, J 895
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Box 14: folder 59
Tr 696: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A day! Help! Help!," AC 80-4, F 58, J 42
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Box 14: folder 59
Tr 697: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A man may drop a remark," AC 92-10, F 913, J 952
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Box 14: folder 59
Tr 698: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A moth the hue of this," AC 86-4, F 944, J 841
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Box 14: folder 59
Tr 699: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A night there lay the days between," AC 84-13, F 609, J 471
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Box 14: folder 59
Tr 700: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A rat surrendered here," AC 95-6, F 1377, J 1340
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Box 15: folder 1
Tr 701: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A shade upon the mind there passes," AC 91-10, J 882
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Box 15: folder 1
Tr 702: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "A tongue to tell him I am true," AC 91-11, F 673A, J 400. 2 leaves.
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Box 15: folder 1
Tr 703: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Absence disembodies -- so does death," AC 87-3, F 904A, J 860
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Box 15: folder 1
Tr 704: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "Absent place an April day," AC 86-12, F 958A, J 927
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Box 15: folder 1
Tr 705: Mabel Loomis Todd transcript of poem "All circumstances are the frame," AC 91-10, F 1113, J 820
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Box 15: folder 1