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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Letters and Journals of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Chapter 7: Cambridge in later life (search)
he unique one was a Madonna with children holding lilies (by Bellini), the Madonna being Mary Thayer, the artist's daughter, who has a singularly beautiful face. Dublin, July 13, 1902 Heard Collyer in a really remarkable sermon in his familiar way on the importance of being our individual selves in the future life. Animals hely-fishing should be over; and of a Reverend Doctor who was dying and asked physician if he could not be kept alive till the season of strawberries was passed. Dublin, July 31, 1905 Evening. Dined . . . with Mr. and Miss Clemens. . . An interesting talk . .. after dinner. Clemens lent three thousand dollars in all to Breto whom B. H. owed three thousand dollars for loans wrote him on his birthday sending all his notes back, and B. wrote one of the most brutal letters he ever saw. Dublin, August 12, 1905 George De Forest Brush lectured at Club — quite delightful, though extravagant. His essential point was that art came from the love of order;