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Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907



  • Existence: 1836 - 1907


Thomas Bailey Aldrich was born on November 11, 1836 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. He was a poet, writer, critic and editor. Aldrich worked as an editor for "The Atlantic Monthly," and the literary magazine "Every Saturday." Aldrich's publications include "The Ballad of Babie Bell" (1856), "Pampinea, and Other Poems" (1861), "Cloth of Gold" (1874), "Flower and Thorn" (1876), "Friar Jerome's Beautiful Book" (1881), "Mercedes and Later Lyrics" (1883) and "Wyndham Towers" (1889). Aldrich died on March 19, 1907.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Thomas Bailey Aldrich letter

Identifier: Mss 865526.2
Mss 865526.2
Date(s): 1865-09-26
Scope and Contents

Letter from Thomas Bailey Aldrich in Portsmouth, New Hampshire to Mr. Osgood, telling him that he has proofs up to page 20.

Thomas Bailey Aldrich papers

Identifier: MS-111
Date(s): 1852 to 1904

Thomas Bailey Aldrich (1836-1907), poet and editor. The papers of Thomas Bailey Aldrich contain correspondence, manuscripts of peome, clippings and portraits related to personal and literary matters. Correspondents include William Winter, Arthur Stedman, Edmund Clarence Stedman, Samuel Bartlett Colcord, and Bliss Carmen.

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