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Scope and Contents This collection contains detailed background information from the time of acquisition in 1994, audio-cassette recordings from a reading by Ogden at the Hill-Stead Museum (Farmington, Connecticut) in 1992, as well as correspondence between Ogden and other poets, critics, and writers such as Dick Allen, Steve Foley, Nancy Anne Miller, and Stephen Minot from the late 1980s through the early 1990s. The collection also includes manuscript poems related to two of Ogden’s books: Looking for History...
Found in: Trinity College Archives
Scope and Contents Collection contains correspondence, engravings, and publications such as poems in the Daily Counselor (1859) and posthumous publications, such as the Camel's Nose (2014). Collection also includes several daguerrotypes of Lydia Howard Sigourney from the mid-19th century. Paper engravings span 1825 to 1872, and depict Sigourney. Correspondence span 1814-1865. Sigourney corresponds with notable, Connecticut figures from approximately 1814-1818 such as Colonel Daniel Putnam, and Faith Trumbull...
Found in: Watkinson Library Manuscripts