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New York (N.Y.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Diary of a Vermonter's life and travels, circa 1850-1852

 File
Scope and Contents Includes one bound manuscript diary kept by a young Vermont man between approximately 1850 and 1852. The author of the diary describes his life in New England as well as his travels by rail and stage to New York City and Georgia. The author appears to have lived near Greenfield, VT, and hails from an affluent family with ties to New York City. He attended an academy in East Hampton, about which he wrote at length.

William Carlos Williams papers

 Collection
Identifier: C-2
Scope and Contents Collection contains holograph and typed materials relating to the composition of "In the Money: White Mule II," including chapter drafts, early notes, and rejected sheets. Also included are some correspondence, medical papers, notes, scraps of poetry, and clippings apparently unrelated to the novel. Also contains typescript drafts of the novel "In the Money: White Mule II" in various stages. Box 2 contains the first typescript (State A) of "In the ...