Maud Howe Elliott Papers, 1882-1948



Correspondence (mostly dating between 1890 and 1940), manuscripts, lectures and scrapbooks of a Newport-based literary figure who was the daughter of the poet Julia Ward Howe and activist Samuel Gridley Howe, and wife of the artist John Elliott. The collection includes unpublished manuscripts for Elliott's memoirs "Afternoon Tea" and "Memories of Eighty Years."

Format(s): Manuscripts, Letters, Documents, Scrapbooks
Library: John Hay
NOTE: Portions of this collection are housed off-site. Prior notice is needed for retrieval
Contact(s): Holly_Snyder@brown.edu

Access to the collection:

Online Catalog (JOSIAH):
General description of the collection available on JOSIAH

Other Online Access:
Non-brown Web Page: Additional Papers of the Howe-Richards Family (Houghton Library, Harvard University)

In-house Access to the Collection:
Typescript Inventory
A rudimentary typescript inventory is available upon request at the John Hay Library

Related Collections:
Ward (Lester Frank) Collection
Rider Collection

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