- Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886. Autograph manuscript letter (signed) to [Thomas Wentworth Higginson; no place, 1882]. MS Lowell Autograph (94). Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
Houghton Library - p. 7, L767; and How happy is the little stone, J1510, Fr1570
Poems (1891), 154, from the Niles copy (E), which had become separated from its letter, in which ed had referred to the poem as "a Pebble"; it was thus not titled with her own characterization, as was done with five others Niles had receivedall published in Poems (1891): see Bingham, AB (1945), 230n. Letters (1894), 417, reunited with the letter to Niles; also LL (1924), 348; in Letters (1931), 317, in the letter to Higginson (F), and 406, the letter to Niles, without the poem. Poems (1955), 1042-43 (A, B, [D], E unidentified as the Niles copy, his conjectured as another one [lost], F principal; without [C]); CP (1960), 634 (F). Letters (1958), 722-23 (B) and 739 (F). (J1510). Franklin Variorum 1998 (F1570F).
Letters (1894), 353, in the letter to Clark (B); also LL (1924), 354. Barney, Atlantic Monthly, 139 (June 1927), 801, from the letter to Higginson (A); Letters (1931), 317 (A) and 346 (B). Poems (1955), 1064-65 (A principal, B summarized); CP (1960), 643 (A). Letters (1958), 739 (A) and 745 (B). (J1543). Franklin Variorum 1998 (F1573A).
-History from Franklin Variorum 1998
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