Boston Athenaeum
1 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.
University of Virginia
2 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.
Boston Athenaeum
1 drawing
Subject: Graphite portrait of Anne Adams Fields (Mrs. James T. Fields) drawn by her sister, Elizabeth Adams.
Pennsylvania State University Libraries
1 item.
Fields writes a short note to Mr. B.W. Austin, 3 April 1889, sending what she has.
Dartmouth College - Rauner Special Collections Library
[1] leaf ;
Requests on behalf of Annie A. Fields that a card be printed in the Boston Post.
Boston Athenaeum
1 drawing on ivory
Subject: Half-length portrait in profile of Annie Adams Fields, her arm resting on a balustrade inscribed with verse: And she in whom sweet charities unite / the old Greek beauties set in holier light.
University of Virginia
1 p.
The final page of a signed typescript about Harriet Beecher Stowe is on the verso of an 1893 printed circular letter, Houghton Mifflin and Company, to school teachers promoting the firm's books.
Radcliffe College - Schlesinger Library
2 folders.
Nine autograph letters and a note re: social engagements and Fields's work, and one poem.