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Thomas Butler Gunn Diaries: Volume 7, page 217, March 24-27, 1856

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Identifier: DX04001587

Title: Thomas Butler Gunn Diaries: Volume 7, page 217, March 24-27, 1856

Description: Mentions that Dillon Mapother and Henry Hart have set up a lithographic business in Louisville.


manner by Mrs E [Sarah Edwards], ([James] Parton's aunt) which is on the subject of the marriage, which is quite edifying. As for Mrs [Mary] Levison, she can't keep her tongue from open abuse when "Fanny [Fern]" is mentioned.

25. Monday. A morning's bit of a rush up Broadway, and dropped in at the Waverly with a book for [James] Parton. Then to room & writing all the variable day. Sunshine, cloud, drizzle, rain, sleet and snow.

26. Tuesday. Wrote to Mr [Joseph] Greatbatch, and thundering long letter to Alf Waud. Down town to post-office in afternoon. Found W. Waud had returned, and with him, [Jesse] Haney and Sol [Eytinge] up. [132] Bleecker wards by 5 1/2, dropping in at Haney’s new chamber — (the one formerly occupied by [Frank] Bellew, opposite the Saint Nicholous,) and at the Ornithoryncus, where we found Wurzbach eating sour kraut, and presently saw [Fitz James] O'Brien. I to writing & drawing in evening. A letter from Dillon [Mapther]. He and [Henry] Hart have become partners in a lithographic establishment, in Louisville.

27. Wednesday. A brief rapid series of walks about Washington square, well, being hopeful and happy, and profoundly grateful to God for it. Return to work, with pen or pencil. Evening to Parton’s, and there till 10 1/2. Fanny certainly talks with greater freedom than I have ever heard before

Rights: NoC-US


Dates: 1856-03-24

Type(s): Diary

Maker/Creator: Gunn, Thomas Butler, 1826-1903

Subjects: Diaries


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