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Letters from Manomet, continued. Aug 27: "Mrs. Dickinson certainly is a trifle precious, but it really is a good idea after all. I hoped I should see Miss Lavinia again. No generation seems so much worth while as the one so fast vanishing."
Series 1: Writings, circa 1930-1950, consists of approximately 1.25 linear feet of material. Much of this series consists of Jane Crowell's typescripts of her poetry, short stories, and essays. Most of the pieces are in nearly finished form, with occasional changes in ink or pencil.
Typescripts by Lucy Chase Sparks of letters her father, Aurin Moody Chase, wrote to his parents during his years as an Amherst College undergraduate, 1892-1896. In the letters he writes frequently of Amherst (town and college) people and events, about his classes, etc. He also notes his interest in biology and music.
"As It Was, 1844-1944," [unpublished] essay about Emily Dickinson and her friends in town; the way Amherst was, the way people were; a rebuttal of unnamed publications that show the Dickinson family and the town of Amherst in an unfavorable light.