Fields, Annie, 1834-1915.University of Virginia2 items.Annie Fields sends two affectionate notes describing family and social events. She mentions reading, pleasures of country life, friends, and an anecdote related by Phillips Brooks.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Boston Athenaeum1 v. (unpaged)Includes obituaries, newspaper clippings by and about Mrs. J.T. Fields, Ms. verse by Annie Fields to James H. Beal. Obituaries for other Adams family members, verses to Sarah Holland Adams, an autograph presentation copy to Mrs. J.T. Fields by B.H. Ticknor of memorial booklet (12 leaves) by the publishers and booksellers of Boston on the death of J.T. Fields, and miscellaneous newspaper clippings.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Fields, Annie, 1834-1915.Pennsylvania State University Libraries1 item.Fields writes to Mr. [Edmund Clarence] Stedman, 5 May 1888, about failing to find a poem by her husband, James Thomas Fields, for his book, and encloses a copy of Theocritas [not included].Contact InformationCatalog Record
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