|Title||William Cullen Bryant in Hoboken, 1832-1834. Reference file of materials about him.|
|Collection||Hoboken Library & Literary Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Linda & Harrison Hunt.|
|Scope & Content||
Reference file with materials related to William Cullen Bryant in Hoboken, 1832-1834.
1. William Cullen Bryant in Hoboken. Notes compiled by Linda & Harrison Hunt. No date, circa 2000s. 1 leaf. Transcribed in notes.
2. The Letters of William Cullent Bryant. Volume 1; 1809-1836. NY: Fordham University Press, 1975. Eight photocopied leaves; volume title page and 7 pages from chapter VI: editor's text and transcriptions of letters 262, 267, 275 and 276.
3. Cedarmere. Home of William Cullen Bryant. No date, circa 2000s. Brochure with map for Bryant estate in Roslyn Harbor on Long Island, N.Y., his home from 1843 until his death in 1878,
2010.060.0001. Transcription of document 1.
William Cullen Bryant in Hoboken.
Notes compiled by Linda and Harrison Hunt
[cataloger's note: citation for 'Letters' is The Letters of William Cullent Bryant. Volume 1; 1809-1836. NY: Fordham University Press, 1975.]
May 1, 1832 - lodging with Mrs. Van Boskerck (Letters, I, 320, note 3)
June 15, 1832 - moved next door to Robert Sands and his mother and sister Julia (I, 345, note 6)
Bryant "in the Little White House a few rods above Otto Cottage." (Three Centuries of Progress. A Brief History of Hoboken ... from 1609 to 1940)
Dec. 16, 1832 - Robert Sands dies; his last words, "Oh, Bryant! Bryant!"
Jan. - March 1833 - lodging with Mr. Crombie on Broadway, NY, then back to Hoboken (I, 373, note 14)
ca. Jan. 1834 - The Sketch Club meets at Bryant's home, Hoboken
between April 22 and May 9, 1834 - Bryant had "packed up my goods [and] broken up housekeeping" in Hoboken (1,402)
June 1834 - left for European tour
Bryant, William Cullen
|Year Range from||2010.0|
|Year Range to||2010.0|
|Caption||1. Notes compiled by Linda & Harrison Hunt.|
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