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Title: Rufus W. Griswold Papers, 1834-1857Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Collection Identifier: MS Gris.

Primary Creator: Griswold, Rufus, W., 1815-1857

Extent: 1285.0 Items

Arrangement: Arranged alphabetically.

Date Acquired: 00/00/1900

Subjects: American Literature — 19th Century — History and Criticism, Authors, American — 19th Century — Correspondence, Authors and publishers -- Correspondence, Carey, Alice, 1820-1871, Fields, James Thomas, 1817-1881, Graham's Magazine, Griswold, Rufus, 1815-1897, Hoffman, Charles Fenno, 1806-1884, Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849., Poets, American — 19th Century — Correspondence, Poets and Poetry of America, Tucker, Beverley, 1784-1851, Whittier, John Greenleaf, 1807-1892

Languages: English

Abstract

This collection contains the letters of Rufus Griswold (1815-1857), editor of Graham’s Magazine and publisher of American literature and poetry in the mid 19th century.  The letters document his relationships – both professional and personal – with his contemporaries.  Most notable is the correspondence between Griswold and Edgar Allan Poe.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection contains the near entirety of Rufus Griswold’s correspondence between the years 1834 and 1857. In particular, it reflects his business dealings as editor of Graham’s Magazine, and publisher of The Poets and Poetry of America.  Correspondence is primarily letters to Griswold from poets, authors, and other editors regarding publications and reviews.

The majority of the letters are related to either Graham’s Magazine or The Poets of America and include requests for publication or critical review. While the correspondence is business in nature, the letters also discuss the personal lives of such people as Rufus Griswold, Edgar Allen Poe, Elizabeth Ellet, and Frances Sargent Osgood.

Griswold’s publication, The Poets and Poetry of America, was the first anthology of American poetry and was published in 1842. From this publication stemmed others that are mentioned in the letters, among them The Female Poets of America, Prose Writers of America, Poets and Poetry of England.

Many of the letters in the collection have been printed in Passages from the Correspondence and Other Papers of Rufus W. Griswold, published by W. M. Griswold at Cambridge in 1898, and The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe, New York, 1902.

Subject/Index Terms

American Literature — 19th Century — History and Criticism
Authors, American — 19th Century — Correspondence
Authors and publishers -- Correspondence
Carey, Alice, 1820-1871
Fields, James Thomas, 1817-1881
Graham's Magazine
Griswold, Rufus, 1815-1897
Hoffman, Charles Fenno, 1806-1884
Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849.
Poets, American — 19th Century — Correspondence
Poets and Poetry of America
Tucker, Beverley, 1784-1851
Whittier, John Greenleaf, 1807-1892

Administrative Information

Repository: Boston Public Library Archival and Manuscript Finding Aid Database

Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research.

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Items in this collection may be subject to copyright restrictions. The Boston Public Library does not hold copyright on the material in this collection. Researchers are responsible for identifying and contacting the persons or organizations that hold copyright.

When reproducing material from this collection please include the credit line "Courtesy of the Trustees of the Boston Public Library/ Rare Books."

Acquisition Method: Donated to the Boston Public Library by Mrs. Rufus Griswold in 1900.

Preferred Citation: Rufus W. Griswold Collection, MS Gris. Courtesy of the Trustees of the Boston Public Library. Courtesy of the Trustees of the Boston Public Library/Rare Books.

Processing Information: Finding aid prepared by Honor McCusker, c. 1963.

Finding Aid Revision History: Updated by Bethany Hirsch, November 2011.


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Folder 65: Botta, Anne Charlotte, 1820-1891. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 13 July n.y.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
45 Ninth St. Tuesday. An invitation to an evening party, to meet Miss [Frederika] Bremer.
Folder 66: Bowe, Obadiah Allen, d. 1859. A.L.S.  to R. W. Griswold., 13 February 1838Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
New York. A hearty commendation of Griswold's editorial work on the Vermonter [Vergennes]. Describes his own work on the New Yorker; "Park [Benjamin] is a splendid writer." Sends news of office associates.
Folder 67: Bowe, Obadiah Allen, d. 1859. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 14 March [1838]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
New York. Scolds Griswold for altering a line in the writer's "On the Death of a Friend."
Folder 68: Bowe, Obadiah Allen, d. 1859. A.L.S.  to R. W. Griswold, 22 April 1838Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
New York. Sends a poem. "Take the name of that soundrel, Henry Clay, out of your paper!"
Folder 69: Bowe, Obadiah Allen, d. 1859. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 10 July 1838Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Herkimer, N.Y. Writes about his publishing activities in Herkimer. Announces the birth of his daughter.
Folder 70: Bowe, Obadiah Allen, d. 1859. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 2 August 1838Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Herkimer, N.Y. Bewails his printing assistants. "Curse this miserable fear of the topic of Abolition! -- its all ignorance." Sends an anti-slavery poem for the Vermonter: "As falls the fine and sparking rain."
Folder 71: Bowe, Obadiah Allen, d. 1859. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 28 February 1839Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Herkimer, N.Y. Complains of the difficulties of publishing a country paper. Griswold should "chaw up" [Henry] Clay's speech as it deserves.
Folder 72: Bowe, Obadiah Allen, d. 1859. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 12 March 1839Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Herkimer, N.Y. Describes his business troubles and the slowness of New York state people to adopt the cause of Abolition.
Folder 73: Bowen, Francis, 1811-1890. Ms. draft, writer unidentified, n.d.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Biographical data.
Folder 74: Brackenridge, Henry Marie, 1786-1871. A.L.S. to F. W. Thomas, 6 November 1841Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Washington. Asks Thomas to secure publication of his biography of his father, H. H. Brackenridge, in Graham's Magazine. On verso, a letter from Frederick William Thomas to Edgar Allen Poe, 6 Nov 1841.
Folder 75: Brackett, Edward Augustus, 1818-1908. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, [16 February 1843?]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Recommends a poem, "Truth," by Charles J. Sprague. Written on the last sheet of the above-mentioned poem.
Folder 76: Brent, Henry Johnson, 1811-1880. A.L.S to R. W. Griswold, 8 January 1855Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
New York. Asks for Griswold's help in publishing his writings.
Folder 77: Briggs, Charles Frederick, 1804-1877. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 13 March 1847Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
New York. Promises to review The Prose Writers of America. Thinks Griswold should have included prominent newspaper writers. Praises [James Russell] Lowell's prose style.
Folder 78: Briggs, Charles Frederick, 1804-1877. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 10 April 1848Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
N. p. Introduces William S. Chase of Boston, who is preparing a work on modern French literature.
Folder 79: Briggs, Charles Frederick, 1804-1877. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, [6 August 1848?]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
N. p. Writes warmly of [James Russell] Lowell and [William] Page. Summarizes his own literary career. Discusses the organization of the Copyright Club.
Folder 80: Briggs, Charles Frederick, 1804-1877. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 4 January 1850Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Custom House. A request for a daguerreotype, to accompany an article about Griswold in Holden's Magazine.
Folder 81: Briggs, Charles Frederick, 1804-1877. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 13 February 1856Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
N.p. Praises Griswold's review of [Evert Augustus and George Long Duyckinck's] Cyclopaedia [of American Literature]. Urges him to print it in book form.
Folder 82: Briggs, Charles Frederick, 1804-1877. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, n.d.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Mirror office. Tuesday. Will bring him a poem of Maria [White] Lowell's [for The Female Poets of America].
Folder 83: Briggs, Charles Frederick, 1804-1877. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, n.d.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
N.p. Thursday. Will send a life size crayon portrait of [James Russell] Lowell. Will try, however, to get Lowell to sit for a daguerrotype.
Folder 84: Briggs, Charles Frederick, 1804-1877. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, n.d.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
N.p. Thursday. Has a photograph of [James Russell] Lowell for Griswold.
Folder 85: Briggs, Charles Frederick, 1804-1877. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, n.d.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
N.p. Sends the second volume of the Architect, the text written by himself.
Folder 86: Brisbane, William Henry, 1803-1876. A.L.S. to Dr. G[amaliel?] Bailey, 9 October 1847Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Philadelphia, P.A. Asks if one is bound to support the Constitution if the decision of the majority seems immoral. The question is raised by [Daniel] Webster's recent speech [at the Whig State Convention, Springfield, Mass., 29 Sep 1847?] The speech possibly referred to is printed in The Writings and Speeches of Daniel Webster, Boston 1903, Xiii, p. 345.
Folder 87: Brooks, Charles Timothy, 1813-1883. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 13 July 1855Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Newport, R.I. Autobiographical data and a list of his writings.
Folder 88: Brooks, Horace, 1814-1890. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 19 February 1846Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Cafétal San Patricio, Cuba. Announces the death of his mother [Maria Gowen Brooks] and of his brother. Discusses the possibility of publishing his mother's collected works.
Folder 89: Brooks, Maria (Gowen), 1794-1845. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 12 December 1843Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Governor's Island, New York Harbor, N.Y. Asks him to help with the publication of her writings, particularly Idomen. "My little works have been nearly suppressed by the vilest impositions which can be practiced." Plans an epic poem Beatriz.
Folder 90: Brown, [Fannie?] Isabelle (Chivers). A.L.S.  to W. M. Griswold, 14 December 1896Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Decatur, G.A. Discusses [Thomas Holley] Chivers and [Edgar Allan] Poe, and their papers now in her possession. Refers Griswold to John Quincy Adams and to her sister, Mrs. J. C. Potter.
Folder 91: Browning, Elizabeth (Barrett), 1806-1861. A.L.S. to Richard H. Horne, 12 May 1845Add to your cart.
50 Wimpole St. Expresses her great pleasure in [Edgar Allan] Poe's criticism of her poems.
Folder 92: Bryan, Daniel. A.L.S. to William C. Ellison, 12 March 1841Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Alexandria, D.C. (V.A.). Asks Ellison to introduce his work to Griswold for inclusion in The Poets of America. Sends his Appeal for Suffering Genius.
Folder 93: Bryan, Daniel. A.L.S. to Edgar Allan Poe, 13 May 1842Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Alexandria, D.C. (V.A.). Submits some poems for Graham's Magazine. Suggests the use of an engraved embellishment for his "Crowning of the May Queen."
Folder 94: Bryan, Daniel. A.L.S. to Edgar Allan Poe, 27 June 1842Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Alexandria, D.C. (V.A.). Asks for the return of his verses, since Poe is no longer with Graham's Magazine.
Folder 95: Bryan, Daniel. A.L.S. to Edgar Allan Poe, 11 July 1842Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Alexandria, D.C. (V.A.). Is glad to hear Poe has resumed his project of the Penn Magazine. Cannot understand the loss of his previous letters.
Folder 96: Bryan, Daniel. A.L.S. to Edgar Allan Poe, 26 July 1842Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Alexandria, D. C. (V.A.). Discusses a mistaken reference to Poe in the Washington Independent. Asks about the establishment of the Penn Magazine. Thinks the second edition of The Poets of America is a trade trick, and Griswold's "Sights from My Window" [Graham's Magazine, June 1842] "mere droggel." Offers a critique of the latter for publication.
Folder 97: Bryan, Daniel. A.L.S. to Edgar Allan Poe, 4 August 1842Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Alexandria, D.C. (V.A.). Believes Griswold largely to blame for the opening of his letters toi Poe. Sends several current newspaper articles on The Poets of America. Will consider Poe's suggestion about publishing the Antique [?] through [Jesse E.] Dow or [Frederick William] Thomas.
Folder 98: Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 16 August 1844Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
New York. Explains his publication engagement with Harper's, which prevents his giving Carey & Hart permission to print an illustrated edition of his poems. Asks him to remind [George Rex] Graham about his brother's poems.
Folder 99: Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 10 June 1846Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
New York. A list of prose articles written by Bryant for the New York Review, 1825, and the United State Review, 1826-27.
Folder 100: Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, n.d.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
N.p. Wednesday morning. Suggest [an invitation to?] Judge William T. McCorn [?].
Folder 101: Burbank, Mary M. A.L.S.  to R. W. Griswold, 13 May n.y.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
546 Houston [?] St. Postpones submitting her manuscript. Asks for his criticism.
Folder 102: Burton, William Evans, 1804-1860. A.L.S. to Edgar Allen Poe, 10 May 1839Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Philadelphia, P.A. Offers Poe a position with the Gentleman's Magazine.
Folder 103: Burton, William Evans, 1804-1860. A.L.S. to Edgar Allen Poe, 30 May 1839Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Philadelphia, P.A. Rebukes Poe for his bitter letter, and his harsh criticism of [Rufus?] Dawes.
Folder 104: Burton, William Evans, 1804-1860. A.L.S. to [Edgar Allen Poe?], 4 July 1839Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
N.p. Suggestions for the contents of the August number of the Gentleman's Magazine.
Folder 105: Burton, William Evans, 1804-1860. A.L.S. to R.W. Griswold, 12 January 1854Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Chambers St. Regrets that the extent of G[eorge] G. Foster's forgeries makes Griswold's plan for his help impossible.
Folder 106: Bush, George(1796-1859). Autograph Ms., n.d.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Autobiographical data.
Folder 107: Butler, Marcus. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 16 October 1836Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
New York. Praises Griswold's paper [the Olean Advocate?]. Describes the beginning of the Era. Mentions current Harper publications and mutual friends.
Folder 108: Buzz, pseud.; Ms. poem, n.d.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
"The Angel's Return; or a drop of comfort for Peter."
Folder 109: Mss. poems., n.d.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
"No more!"; "The Realms of Thought."
Folder 110: Newspaper clippingsAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Printed poems: "Vermont Hill" (for the Boston Weekly Museum), "On seeing a Young Lady Laugh in Church," "A Foggy Morning," "Ode to Rain" [Sardinia, N.Y., 8 May 1847], "Lines," "The Georgian Maids." "Vermont Hill" is signed "C. C."; "Ode to Rain," "C-l-g-r-v-e"; "The Georgian Maids," "Guayaquil."
Folder 111: Campbell, Juliet H, b. 1823.  Ms. by unknown writer, [After 1843]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Biographical sketch.
Folder 112: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to [R.W. Griswold], 9 August 1845Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
N.p. Encloses a summary of the writer's [economic] doctrines.
Folder 113: Carey, Henry Charles,1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 31 October 1849Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Will send an account of his father's writings. Encloses an article from the Jersey City Telegraph, to be inserted in the Tribune, and asks to have others copied, since "the Managers are determined that I shall not see the paper."
Folder 114: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 18 February 1850Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Will write nothing on "the railroad question" which will render Mr. Fuller liable to persecution.
Folder 115: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879.  A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 24 February 1850Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Hopes to see Griswold on his way to Boston.
Folder 116: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879.  A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 8 March 1850Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Asks for certain "text" to use in writing an article.
Folder 117: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879.  A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 14 March 1850Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Asks for the return of an article for correction. His book [Principles of Political Economy, 1837-40] has been used at Upsala University for nine years.
Folder 118: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 15 November 1850Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Discusses a proposed article about himself. There is a possibility of his nomination by the anti-Monopolists for the Senate.
Folder 119: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 18 December 1850Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Asks for a proof of [his?] portrait, and encloses [a letter?] for reply.
Folder 120: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 7 February 1851Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Philadelphia. Suggests Griswold provide Guillaumin & Co. of Paris with the American information for their "politico-economical Bibliography." Regrets the death of the French economist [Fréféric] Bastiât.
Folder 121: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 24 February 1851Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Discusses the election of Senator [Robert Field] Stockton.
Folder 122: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 14 June 1851Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Calls attention to a current discussion of his theories in the Journal des Économistes (Paris). Praises [R. H. Shannon's] l'estiges [?] of Civilization. Carey had written to the Journal des Économistes suggesting that Frédérick Bastiât's Les Harmonics Èconomiques had been based on his ideas. This letter, with replies by Bastiât and A. Clement, is printed in the Journal, 15 Jan 1851, p 38. Further discussion appears in the issues of 15 May (p. 43). June 15 (p. 156). Oct. 15 (p.140), and Nov. 15 (p. 233), 1851.
Folder 123: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 5 August 1851Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Mentions Griswold's review of an article in the North American Review. His own Harmony of Interests is going well in England. Describes his Toronto visit.
Folder 124: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 22 December 1851Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Pottsville, N.Y. Cancels an engagement [for a public meeting?].
Folder 125: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 28 January [1852?]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Suggests an article on trade sales to be written by Moses Thomas.  Has read [Alice Cary's] Clovernook [Papers, New York 1852] with much pleasure.
Folder 126: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 25 February 1852Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Asks about an article on Trade Sales by Moses Thomas which he suggested earlier. Wants Griswold to assist in introducing the theories at Harvard.
Folder 127: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 13 May 1852Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Recommends [Erasmus Peshine] Smith to write a summary of Carey's political economy for the Westminster Review.
Folder 128: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 17 May 1852Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Agrees with Griswold in his defence of Bishop [George Washington] Doane.
Folder 129: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 18 May 1852Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Condemns a protectionist article in the North American Review.
Folder 130: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 19 March 1853Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Thanks Griswold for a book and promises a copy of his new publication [Slave Trade, Domestic and Foreign?]
Folder 131: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 20 April 1853Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Sends his book [Slave Trade, Domestic and Foreign, 1853] which he desires to have reviewed in both the Tribune and the Herald at the same time, to avoid opposition.
Folder 132: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 9 May 1853Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Congratulates Griswold on the escape of his wife and daughter from injury in a train wreck. Asks his opinion on his recent book [The Harmony of Interests?].
Folder 133: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 30 May 1853Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Inquires about the health of Mrs. [Harriet Stanley (McCrillis)] Griswold and Miss Griswold.
Folder 134: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 5 June 1853Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Burlington, N.J. Congratulates Griswold on the recovery of Mrs. [Harriet Stanely (McCrillis)] Griswold and Miss Griswold from injuries in a train wreck. His book [Slave Trade, Domestic and Foreign] is selling well. Commends [Erasmus Peshine?] Smith's book [Manual of Political Economy, 1853?].
Folder 135: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, 27 November n.y.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
N.p. Mentions hearing Theodore Parker, and criticizes his method.
Folder 136: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, n.d.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
N.p. Monday. Arranges a meeting.
Folder 137: Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879. A.L.S. to R. W. Griswold, n.d.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
N. p. Friday. Makes an appointment at the office of the International [Monthly Magazine].
Folder 138: Carey and Hart. A.L.S.  to R.W. Griswold, 18 April 1842Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Philadelphia, P.A. Announces the publication of The Poets of America and asks for directions regarding gift copies.
Folder 139: Carey and Hart. A.L.S. to R.W. Griswold, 24 November 1847Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Phildadelphia, P.A. Asks about copy for Napoleon and Lis Marshals [by Griswold and Horace Binney Wallace?].  A postscript is dated "Nov. 25."

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