Selections from the Commonplace Book of Malvina Stanton Lang
- Creation: 1856 - 1892
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Lang Papers, ca. 1840s-1919 (LD 7096.6 1849 Stanton)
Existence and Location of Originals
Series 4: Commonplace Book 1849-1892; Box 1; Folder 7
Only a subset of the pages from the Commonplace Book of Malvina Lang Stanton.
Three Poems by John Greenleaf Whittier and parts of an article transcribed by Mount Holyoke College student Malvina Stanton Lang, Class of 1849, in her Commonplace Book that she kept from 1849-1892 . Within the book she transcribed poems from various poets. The three poems represented here are The Pass of the Sierra, Bayard Taylor and To Pennsylvania. The article, entilted 'New England Legends in Verse Ommitted from The Poet's Collected Work' appeared in the Boston Daily Journal on Jan.26, 1892. The article talks about a group of poems that John Greenleaf Whittier published in the Haverhill Gazette under the title 'New England Legends' Number 2 from this collection of five, The Murdered Lady, is transcribed on the page.
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