Register of the Isabella Grant Meredith Papers, 1845-1930
Chiefly consists of correspondence and genealogy pertaining to the playwright Meredith including the following families: Bliss, Billings, Dow, Grant, Meredith, Miner, Palmer, and Sanford. Correspondence includes letters from A.G. Bliss, Fannie Grant Bliss, Kate Grant Bliss, Julia Grant, and others. Also includes printed material, writings and speeches, and clippings. Contains Meredith's diary (1868, October-1881, August) which mentions the Sirosis Club, a progressive club for women which held lectures on scientific topics during the late 1870s and early 1880s. The diary also includes information about Meredith's play, Mistress Anne: A Drama of the Seventeenth Century, (ca. 1873) is included. Meredith also wrote magazine articles under the pseudonym of Papillon.
- Isabella Grant Meredith Papers, 1845-1930
- Meredith, Isabella Grant, 1838-
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Isabella Grant Meredith was a playwright in New York, N.Y.
[Identification of item], Isabella Grant Meredith Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.
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