Guide to the James Thomas Fields Correspondence, 1861-1881
Collection number: MS 59
About James Thomas Fields (1817-1881)
James T. Fields, author, poet, and publisher, was born in Portsmouth, NH in 1817. At the age of fourteen, he became a clerk in a bookstore in Boston, MA and later a partner in the publishing house of Ticknor and Fields. He edited the Atlantic Monthly, which was published by his firm, wrote several books of poetry and prose, and, like his wife Annie Adams Fields, befriended some of America’s foremost intellectuals. He died at his home in Boston in 1881.
About the James Thomas Fields Correspoondence
Four letters penned by James T. Fields to various people between the years 1861 and 1877. Also included in the collection is an autographed photo of Fields and a letter from John Greenleaf Whittier.
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James Thomas Fields Correspondence, 1861-1881, MS 59, Milne Special
Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
- George S. MacManus Co., Feb. 24, 1981,(Accesson number: 8050)
- Paul Richards, Jan. 9 and Sept. 26, 1977, (Accession numbers: 7711, 7733)