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Images Related to The Immediate Family of Nathaniel Hawthorne

Images Related to The Immediate Family of Nathaniel Hawthorne

Images Related to Sophia Peabody Hawthorne
Images Related to Hawthorne's children: Una, Julian, and Rose
Images Related to the Re-interment of Sophia and Una Hawthorne

Images Related to Sophia Peabody Hawthorne

Sophia Amelia Peabody at the age of 36
Sophia Amelia Peabody at the age of 36
Etching by S. A. Schoff, opposite page 242, volume 1 of Julian Hawthorne's Nathaniel Hawthorne and His Wife, 1884. (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
Peabody (Grimshawe) House and The Burying Point
Peabody (Grimshawe) House and The Burying Point
Peabody (Grimshawe) House and The Burying Point in Salem. Dr. Nathaniel Peabody and his wife, Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, moved here with his family in 1835. Sophia was living here in 1837 when she met Hawthorne. In 1840 the Peabodys moved to Boston. 
<i>Scene Near Bristol, England</i>, c. 1833 by Sophia Peabody
Scene Near Bristol, England, c. 1833 by Sophia Peabody
Oil on linen (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
<I>Villa Menaggio, Lago di Como</I>, by Sophia Peabody, 1839-40
Villa Menaggio, Lago di Como, by Sophia Peabody, 1839-40
According to the July/August 2007 issue of Connections, the Peabody Essex Museum magazine, Sophia gave this painting, along with her painting Isola San Giovanni, in 1840 on the first anniversary of their engagement. The article explains that "Hawthorne valued the paintings so much that he hid them behind curtains to enjoy when he was alone" (4). (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
<i>Isola San Giovanni</i>, by Sophia Peabody, 1839-40
Isola San Giovanni, by Sophia Peabody, 1839-40
Some critics believe that Sophia meant for the figures of a man and woman standing on a bridge to represent herself and Hawthorne.  (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
Title Page of \"The Gentle Boy\"
Title Page of "The Gentle Boy"
"The Gentle Boy" was published in a separate volume in 1839 by Weeks, Jordan & Co. in Boston and by Wiley & Putnam in New York and London and illustrated by Sophia Peabody. (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
The Gentle Boy
The Gentle Boy
Dedication page of "The Gentle Boy" published in 1839 as a separate volume by Weeks & Jordan in Boston and Wiley & Putnam in New York and London and illustrated by Sophia Peabody. (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
Illustration by Sophia Peabody from <I>The Gentle Boy: A Thrice Told Tale</I>, 1839
Illustration by Sophia Peabody from The Gentle Boy: A Thrice Told Tale, 1839
This illustration of Ibrahim by Hawthorne's wife captures Ibrahim's vulnerability and gentleness. (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)

Images Related to Hawthorne's children: Una, Julian, and Rose

Photograph of Una, Julian, and Rose, Hawthorne's children, c. 1862
Photograph of Una, Julian, and Rose, Hawthorne's children, c. 1862
Photograph by Silsbee and Case 

Photograph of Julian Hawthorne, Nathaniel Hawthorne's son. 
Photograph from a daguerreotype of Una and Julian Hawthorne, two of Nathaniel Hawthorne's three children
Photograph from a daguerreotype of Una and Julian Hawthorne, two of Nathaniel Hawthorne's three children
Photograph from a daguerreotype of Una and Julian Hawthorne, two of Nathaniel Hawthorne's three children 

Images Related to the Re-interment of Sophia and Una Hawthorne

Gravestones of Sophia and Una in Sleeply Hollow Cemetery, Concord, MA, just after re-interement ceremony on June 26, 2006
Gravestones of Sophia and Una in Sleeply Hollow Cemetery, Concord, MA, just after re-interement ceremony on June 26, 2006
 (photography by Sue Herman)
Gravestones of Sophia and Una in Sleeply Hollow Cemetery, Concord, MA, just after re-interement ceremony on June 26, 2006
Gravestones of Sophia and Una in Sleeply Hollow Cemetery, Concord, MA, just after re-interement ceremony on June 26, 2006
 (photography by Sue Herman)
Close-up of gravestones of Sophia and Una in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, MA, July 5, 2006
Close-up of gravestones of Sophia and Una in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, MA, July 5, 2006
 (photography by Eugene Leache)
Imogen Howe, great-great-granddaughter of the Hawthornes, gave a
brief greeting on the part of the family at the re-interment of Sophia and Una Hawthorne in Concord, MA, on June 26, 2006.
Imogen Howe, great-great-granddaughter of the Hawthornes, gave a brief greeting on the part of the family at the re-interment of Sophia and Una Hawthorne in Concord, MA, on June 26, 2006.
Imogen Howe also presented a book to the Concord Public Library that had been inscribed by Sophia to Nathaniel, which she had found in the attic. She said she was very happy not to have the responsibility anymore. It was carefully wrapped in cloth.  
Mother Anne Marie, the Superior General
of the Dominican Sisters of Hawthorne, also presented opening remarks at the re-interment of Sophia and Una Hawthorne on June 26, 2006, in Concord, MA.
Mother Anne Marie, the Superior General of the Dominican Sisters of Hawthorne, also presented opening remarks at the re-interment of Sophia and Una Hawthorne on June 26, 2006, in Concord, MA.
 
At the ceremony for the re-interment of Sophia and Una Hawthorne in Concord, MA on June 26, 2006, Imogen Howe was followed by the Reverend
Carleton Parker Jones who gave an invocation. Reverend Jones also gave the benediction.
At the ceremony for the re-interment of Sophia and Una Hawthorne in Concord, MA on June 26, 2006, Imogen Howe was followed by the Reverend Carleton Parker Jones who gave an invocation. Reverend Jones also gave the benediction.
 (photography by Timothy McLaughlin)
Another great-great-granddaughter, Alison Hawthorne Deming, who is a poet and professor at University of Arizona, delivered 
the main address at the re-interment of Sophia and Una Hawthorne on June 26, 2006, in Concord, MA.
Another great-great-granddaughter, Alison Hawthorne Deming, who is a poet and professor at University of Arizona, delivered the main address at the re-interment of Sophia and Una Hawthorne on June 26, 2006, in Concord, MA.
 (photography by Timothy McLaughlin)


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