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  1. Biography - Harraden, Beatrice (1864-1936): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2002-01-01
  2. Katharine Frensham by Harraden Beatrice 1864-1936, 2010-10-04
  3. Ships That Pass In The Night by Harraden Beatrice 1864-1936, 2010-10-14
  4. At the Green Dragon. [Also, An idyll of London] by Beatrice, 1864-1936 Harraden, 2009-10-26
  5. Where your heart is by Beatrice, 1864-1936 Harraden, 2009-10-26
  6. Ships That Pass in the Night by Beatrice, 1864-1936 Harraden, 1893

81. John Lane Company Records, Index Of Correspondents
Harraden, Beatrice, 1864193619.4 Harrington, H. Nazeby19.4 Harris, FrederickLeverton, 1864-192619.4 Harris, J. Henry (British Association for the
John Lane Company Records
Index of Correspondents
Names in bold appear in the RLIN record. The correspondence retains, where known, the original Lane filing arrangement. Thus a letter originating from one person or corporate entity may be found under a different name if it was so filed in the Lane records. The parenthetical "with" references in this index will help guide the researcher to the appropriate location within the files.
A. P. Watt and Son (W. P. Watt)1.1, 2.6, 19.5, 27.6 (with Lethbridge, Alan B.)
Abercrombie, Lascelles, 1881-1938
Abraham, J. H.1.1
Abraham, Lucy1.1
Abrahams, Aleck1.1
Acton, Anne Dalberg1.1
Acton, John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton, Baron, 1834-19021.1
Adam, H. L.1.1
Adams, Arthur Henry, 1872- ( The Lone Hand
Adams, William Davenport, 1851-19041.1 Adcock, Arthur St. John, 1864-1930 ( The Bookman Addleshaw, Percy, 1866-19161.1 Adey, More1.1 Adlington, William1.1 Adolph FŸrstner (Firm) (Otto FŸrstner)58.5 (with Wilde, Oscar) Ainger, Alfred, 1837-19041.1 Ainslie, Douglas, 1865-19481.1 Airey, J. C.38.1 (with Pickthall, Rudolf)

82. Search Results For Pass - Encyclopædia Britannica
A reflective surface at the back of the unit may serve to concentrate Harraden, Beatrice (1864–1936). British novelist Beatrice

83. Search Results For Reflect - Encyclopædia Britannica
Harraden, Beatrice (1864–1936). British novelist Beatrice Harraden achievedfame with the 1893 publication of her first novel, Ships

84. Free EBooks - Alphabetical List - GLOBUSZ PUBLISHING
Harper, Frances Ellen Watkins, 18251911 Poems. Harraden, Beatrice, 1864-1936Bird On Its Journey, The. Harrington, James, 1611-1677
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85. Jewett Texts
3Beatrice Harraden (18641936), a proponent of women s rights, wrote a score ofother books but none that approached the popular success of this novel,
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In Annie Fields's edition of Sarah Orne Jewett letters there are two to Miss Louisa Dresel - one from Aix-les-Bains, June 14, 1898 (pp. 152-154); one from Kingston, Jamaica, January 30, 1899 (pp. 162-164) both addressed familiarly to "Loulie." Consistent with her policy of minimal clarification (in some 250 pages she supplies just eighteen footnotes, fourteen of which contain five words or less), Mrs. Fields volunteers no cues to Dresel's identity. Indeed, she does not even append the omitted year of the June letter, which must be inferred from its position in sequence. The rippling tone and palpable affection that suffuse these letters posit long acquaintance, profound respect, and not a little thrust of influence between correspondent and recipient. Yet, nowhere in Jewett biographical literature does Louisa Dresel command more than fleeting mention, and as often as not her name is misspelled. A sheaf of letters written by Jewett to Dresel recently acquired by Colby College Library help to rectify this oversight and place the quality of their relationship in proper focus. The thirty-three presented here (plus one by Dresel, permission of Harvard College Library) attest the frequency of their meetings in the Boston area during fall-winter and along the North Shore of Essex County in spring-summer, also the frequency of their communication between Maine and Massachusetts or when either was abroad. In addition to recertifying the power of personal, social, and cultural affinity that bound the two women, these letters intensify or add valuable new facets to our knowledge of Jewett's life and works.

86. Ottoline Morrell: An Inventory Of Her Collection At The Harry Ransom Humanities
Harraden, Beatrice, 186419368.8 (2). Harris, Robert8.8. Harrison, Jane Ellen,1850-19288.8. Hartley, LP (Leslie Poles), 1895-19729.2 (55)
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Descriptive Summary Biographical Sketch Scope and Contents Restrictions ... Series III. Miscellaneous, 1882-1946 (bulk 1882-1938)
Ottoline Morrell:
An Inventory of Her Collection at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center
Descriptive Summary
Creator Morrell, Ottoline Violet Anne Cavendish-Bentinck, Lady, 1873-1938 Title Ottoline Morrell Collection Dates: 1882-1946 (bulk 1882-1938) Abstract: Correspondence makes up the bulk of this collection, supplemented by a few holograph and typescript manuscripts by Morrell and other authors. Among the letters in this collection are many photographs and sketches provided by the authors to Morrell. RLIN Record # Extent 36 boxes (15 linear feet) Language English. Repository Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center University of Texas at Austin
Biographical Sketch
Ottoline Violet Anne Cavendish-Bentinck Morrell (1873-1938) was the daughter of Lieutenant-General Arthur Bentinck and his second wife, Augusta Mary Elizabeth. Ottoline had three older brothers and a half-brother from Bentinck's first marriage. She spent the early years of her childhood in the sheltered manner of upper class children of the time, raised largely by a nurse and servants, spending time at both the country house and the summer house in London. Ottoline's father had expectations of succeeding his cousin, the fifth Duke of Portland, which were disappointed when Bentinck died first in 1877. This left the family in rather straitened circumstances until the Duke of Portland settled the succession of the title and an allowance on Ottoline's half-brother in 1878, and then died a year later. The sixth Duke of Portland and his family moved into the family seat at Welbeck a few weeks later.

87. Autorzy - Biblioteka Wirtualna Kolegium Karkonoskiego - Project
John, 1894 Hariot, Thomas, 1560-1621 Harper, Frances Ellen Watkins, 1825-1911Harraden, Beatrice, 1864-1936 Harrington, James, 1611-1677 Harris, Frank,
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88. Literature 1780–2000
And in the title of her first novel (1893), the author and suffragist BeatriceHarraden (18641936) coined a phrase that I hope does not apply to the
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