1 edition of Jennie Lorenz collection relating to Charlotte Cushman found in the catalog.
Jennie Lorenz collection relating to Charlotte Cushman
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1,750 5 2.5|
|Number of Pages||1750|
|LC Control Number||92081445|
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Correspondence, research notes, thesis, reproductions of correspondence and portraits, printed matter, and other papers relating to Lorenz's research on the life of actress Charlotte Cushman. The bulk of the collection consists of research notes taken on papers and memorabilia held by various individuals and repositories.
Includes Lorenz's master's thesis, "Charlotte Cushman: A Study in Acting.". Cushman, Charlotte, Lorenz, Jennie, Subjects Actresses--Biography.
Occupations Educators. Administrative Information Provenance The Jennie Lorenz Collection Relating to Charlotte Cushman was given to the Library of Congress by Lorenz's estate in Processing History The collection was arranged and described in Harold Moulton sends photostatic copies of two autographed letters to Lorenz.
Jennie requested material relating to Charlotte Cushman. Boston Sep. 22 ?: Charlotte Cushman to Mrs Sarah J. Hale, Editor of “Lady’s Book” (Philadelphia) Philadelphia Feb 9 ?: Charlotte Cushman to Mrs Creswick Boston; Credit.
Jennie Lorenz Collection Relating to Charlotte Cushman Correspondence, research notes, thesis, reproductions of correspondence and portraits, printed matter, and other papers relating to Lorenz's research on the life of actress Charlotte Cushman.
Jennie Lorenz collection relating to Charlotte Cushman, Jennie Lorenz papers Correspondence, research notes, thesis, reproductions of correspondence and portraits, printed matter, and other papers relating to Lorenz's research on the life of actress Charlotte Cushman.
The bulk of the collection. Charlotte Saunders Cushman (J – Febru ) was an American stage actress. Her voice was noted for its full contralto register, and she was able to play both male and female parts.
She lived intermittently in Rome, in an expatriate colony of prominent artists and sculptors, some of whom Jennie Lorenz collection relating to Charlotte Cushman book part of her tempestuous private life.
John Francis Lucas Jacoby and Ralph Jacoby commonplace book and ledger. circa Jacoby, Ralph, John Francis Lucas Jacoby and Ralph Jacoby commonplace book and ledger. circa Jennie Lorenz collection relating to Charlotte Cushman, Jennie Lorenz papers.
Jerauld Wright papers, Jeremiah S. Black papers. Jennie Lorenz Collection Relating to Charlotte Cushman MSS Lorenz, Jennie, 1, items 5 containers linear feet Collection material in English Manuscript Division Library of Congress.
Boston Public Library Rare Books Department: ALS: [Rome], to the Spaldings, Hotel di Roma, Jan. Charlotte Cushman Letters to Various Correspondents (MS Thr ). Jennie Lorenz Collection Relating to Charlotte Cushman, (MSS).
12 works Search for books with subject Charlotte Cushman (). Search. Read. Read. Charlotte Cushman: her letters and memories of her life Stebbins, Emma Not In Library. Not In Library. Jennie Lorenz collection relating to Charlotte Cushman Jennie Lorenz Not In Library.
Charlotte Cushman, her letters and memories of her life. Charlotte Cushman Papers. Related Material The papers of Jennie Lorenz in the Manuscript Division contain correspondence, notes, copies of correspondence and portraits, a thesis, and printed matter from her research on Cushman's life and career.
Additional material pertaining to. Louis Agassiz was born in Môtier (now part of Haut-Vully) in the Swiss canton of son of a pastor, Agassiz was educated first at home; he then spent four years of secondary school in Bienne, entering in and completing his elementary studies in z studied successively at the universities of Zürich, Heidelberg, and Munich; while there, he extended his knowledge.
Lorenz, Jennie, Jennie Lorenz collection relating to Charlotte Cushman, Library of Congress: referencedIn: Autograph letters of performing artists, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library: referencedIn: Worcester Dramatic Museum. Papers, Columbia University in the City of New York, Columbia.
Appears in 10 books from Page - I witnessed with astonishment the Romeo of Miss Cushman. Unanimous and lavish as were the encomiums of the London press, I was not prepared for such a triumph of pure genius. Stebbins intends to consult Emma and Ned Cushman about the memoir but asks Lanier to refrain from sending Ned a letter.
She prefers to talk to them in person. Due to this discussion of consulting the Cushmans, this letter could be the one she refers to in July when she accuses Lanier of causing a quarrel among the involved parties.
Charlotte Cushman Papers (bulk ) MSS Cushman, Charlotte, 10, items 21 containers plus 1 oversize linear feet 1 microfilm reel Collection material in English Manuscript Division Library of Congress.
Transcripts by Jennie Lorenz. Credit Library of Congress, Charlotte Cushman Papers, Manuscript Division, in the even of you’re and Miss S.’s failure to bring the book to completion, though ill health, or insufficient material, or want of time in which to complete it.
,” Archival Gossip Collection, accessed July Emma Stebbins asks for time to work on the biography. She mentions Emma Cushman's "voluminous correspondence" with her Charlotte Cushman and how personal letters require "careful gleaning" before including them in the memoir.
As opposed to rumor or gossip, Stebbins suggests that "the public wants facts." Transcripts by Jennie Lorenz. Credit. Cushman describes how much Rosalie and Mrs Muspratt disliked each other. The transcript also includes a fragment of another letter which speaks to the precarious situation of Ned's iron business and how Emma is thriving.
Ned is said to have great influence on Wayman Crow. Transcripts by Jennie Lorenz. Anne Whitney (September 2, – Janu ) was an American sculptor and poet. She made full-length and bust sculptures of prominent political and historical figures, and her works are in major museums in the United States.
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Additional Cushman items may be found in the research papers (1, items; ) of educator Jennie Lorenz () [catalog record], who wrote a master's thesis on the actress.