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Original Documents Related to <em>The Blithedale Romance</em>

Original Documents Related to The Blithedale Romance

Spine of 1852 copy of <i>The Blithedale Romance</I> published in Boston by Ticknor, Reed, and Fields
Spine of 1852 copy of The Blithedale Romance published in Boston by Ticknor, Reed, and Fields
 (photography by Terri Whitney)
Front cover of <i>The Blithedale Romance</i>, 1852 edition published in Boston by Ticknor, Reed, and Fields
Front cover of The Blithedale Romance, 1852 edition published in Boston by Ticknor, Reed, and Fields
 (photography by Terri Whitney)
Title page of <i>The Blithedale Romance</i>, 1852 edition published in Boston by Ticknor, Reed, and Fields
Title page of The Blithedale Romance, 1852 edition published in Boston by Ticknor, Reed, and Fields
 (photography by Terri Whitney)
Masthead of <i>Concord Freeman</i> newspaper, July 11, 1845
Masthead of Concord Freeman newspaper, July 11, 1845
This issue of the Concord Freeman contains the announcement of the suicide drowning of Martha Hunt (courtesy of Concord Free Public Library)
Announcement of suicide drowning of Martha Hunt from <i>Concord Freeman</i>, July 11, 1845
Announcement of suicide drowning of Martha Hunt from Concord Freeman, July 11, 1845
 (courtesy of Concord Free Public Library)
Cover of <I>The Dial</I> July, 1843
Cover of The Dial July, 1843
 (courtesy of Fruitlands Museum)
First page of \"The Great Lawsuit, Man vs. Men/Woman vs. Women,\" by Margaret Fuller, July 1843 in <I>The Dial</I>
First page of "The Great Lawsuit, Man vs. Men/Woman vs. Women," by Margaret Fuller, July 1843 in The Dial
 (courtesy of Fruitlands Museum)
Masthead of <i>The Concord Freeman</i>vol. XI from August 1, 1845 which contains the obituary of Martha Hunt
Masthead of The Concord Freemanvol. XI from August 1, 1845 which contains the obituary of Martha Hunt
Hawthorne was living at the Old Manse when he was called to help look for Martha Hunt, a woman who drowned in the Concord River. This event likely inspired the drowning scene in The Blithedale Romance. (courtesy of Concord Free Public Library)
Obituary (1) for Martha Hunt from <i>The Concord Freeman</i>vol. XI from August 1, 1845
Obituary (1) for Martha Hunt from The Concord Freemanvol. XI from August 1, 1845
Hawthorne was living at the Old Manse when he was called to help look for Martha Hunt, a woman who drowned in the Concord River. This event likely inspired the drowning scene in The Blithedale Romance. (courtesy of Concord Free Public Library)
Obituary (2) for Martha Hunt from <i>The Concord Freeman</i>vol. XI from August 1, 1845
Obituary (2) for Martha Hunt from The Concord Freemanvol. XI from August 1, 1845
Hawthorne was living at the Old Manse when he was called to help look for Martha Hunt, a woman who drowned in the Concord River. This event likely inspired the drowning scene in The Blithedale Romance. (courtesy of Concord Free Public Library)
Obituary (3) for Martha Hunt from <i>The Concord Freeman</i>vol. XI from August 1, 1845
Obituary (3) for Martha Hunt from The Concord Freemanvol. XI from August 1, 1845
Hawthorne was living at the Old Manse when he was called to help look for Martha Hunt, a woman who drowned in the Concord River. This event likely inspired the drowning scene in The Blithedale Romance. (courtesy of Concord Free Public Library)
Obituary (4) for Martha Hunt from <i>The Concord Freeman</i>vol. XI from August 1, 1845
Obituary (4) for Martha Hunt from The Concord Freemanvol. XI from August 1, 1845
Hawthorne was living at the Old Manse when he was called to help look for Martha Hunt, a woman who drowned in the Concord River. This event likely inspired the drowning scene in The Blithedale Romance. (courtesy of Concord Free Public Library)
Obituary (5) for Martha Hunt from <i>The Concord Freeman</i>vol. XI from August 1, 1845
Obituary (5) for Martha Hunt from The Concord Freemanvol. XI from August 1, 1845
Hawthorne was living at the Old Manse when he was called to help look for Martha Hunt, a woman who drowned in the Concord River. This event likely inspired the drowning scene in The Blithedale Romance. (courtesy of Concord Free Public Library)
Obituary (6) for Martha Hunt from <i>The Concord Freeman</i>vol. XI from August 1, 1845
Obituary (6) for Martha Hunt from The Concord Freemanvol. XI from August 1, 1845
Hawthorne was living at the Old Manse when he was called to help look for Martha Hunt, a woman who drowned in the Concord River. This event likely inspired the drowning scene in The Blithedale Romance. (courtesy of Concord Free Public Library)
Obituary (7) for Martha Hunt from <i>The Concord Freeman</i>vol. XI from August 1, 1845
Obituary (7) for Martha Hunt from The Concord Freemanvol. XI from August 1, 1845
Hawthorne was living at the Old Manse when he was called to help look for Martha Hunt, a woman who drowned in the Concord River. This event likely inspired the drowning scene in The Blithedale Romance. (courtesy of Concord Free Public Library)
Obituary (8) for Martha Hunt from <i>The Concord Freeman</i>vol. XI from August 1, 1845
Obituary (8) for Martha Hunt from The Concord Freemanvol. XI from August 1, 1845
Hawthorne was living at the Old Manse when he was called to help look for Martha Hunt, a woman who drowned in the Concord River. This event likely inspired the drowning scene in The Blithedale Romance. (courtesy of Concord Free Public Library)
Obituary (9) for Martha Hunt from <i>The Concord Freeman</i>vol. XI from August 1, 1845
Obituary (9) for Martha Hunt from The Concord Freemanvol. XI from August 1, 1845
Hawthorne was living at the Old Manse when he was called to help look for Martha Hunt, a woman who drowned in the Concord River. This event likely inspired the drowning scene in The Blithedale Romance. (courtesy of Concord Free Public Library)
Obituary (10) for Martha Hunt from <i>The Concord Freeman</i>vol. XI from August 1, 1845
Obituary (10) for Martha Hunt from The Concord Freemanvol. XI from August 1, 1845
Hawthorne was living at the Old Manse when he was called to help look for Martha Hunt, a woman who drowned in the Concord River. This event likely inspired the drowning scene in The Blithedale Romance. (courtesy of Concord Free Public Library)
Obituary (11) for Martha Hunt from <i>The Concord Freeman</i>vol. XI from August 1, 1845
Obituary (11) for Martha Hunt from The Concord Freemanvol. XI from August 1, 1845
Hawthorne was living at the Old Manse when he was called to help look for Martha Hunt, a woman who drowned in the Concord River. This event likely inspired the drowning scene in The Blithedale Romance. (courtesy of Concord Free Public Library)
Obituary (12) for Martha Hunt from <i>The Concord Freeman</i>vol. XI from August 1, 1845
Obituary (12) for Martha Hunt from The Concord Freemanvol. XI from August 1, 1845
Hawthorne was living at the Old Manse when he was called to help look for Martha Hunt, a woman who drowned in the Concord River. This event likely inspired the drowning scene in The Blithedale Romance. (courtesy of Concord Free Public Library)
space holder Letter from John Kay, Jr. to Marianne Dwight, Sept. 27, 1846 Middlebury College Digital Archive
 (courtesy of Middlebury College Digital Archive)
space holder Letters from John Orvis to Marianne Dwight Orvis, Sept. 1847 Middlebury College Digital Archive
 (courtesy of Middlebury College Digital Archive)





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