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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Index (search)
rsary, 290, 291; his study, 291, 292; as a man, 292, 293; sickness, 293; death, 294. Longfellow, Mary S. P., 172; school-mate of Longfellow, 60; becomes Longfellow's wife, 60; description of, 61; her books, 62-64; begins housekeeping, 66; her letter about the Round Hill School, 81, 82; her letter about Longfellow's Outre-Mer, 83; her letters about their European trip, 88-106; her illness and death, 107-111; H. W. Longfellow's letter about, 113-115; her journals destroyed, 170. Longfellow, Rev., Samuel, 71, 91, 92, 106; his memoir of his brother, cited, 30 note, 85 note, 99 note, 189 note, 191 note, 199 note, 207 note, 224 note; quoted, 37, 38, 41-43,48-52, 113, 124,126, 141, 145, 147, 148, 165, 168, 191, 192, 202, 203, 219-222, 226, 242, 245, 246, 257, 263, 264, 266, 276. Longfellow, Stephen, 11, 13, 14, 17, 97; spelling of name, 11; letters to, from H. W. L. about his profession, 38-43; his reply, 40, 41; Mary S. P. Longfellow's letter to, 98, 99. Longfellow, Judge, Stephe
, the day of execution of John Brown, to whose memory the day had been kept sacred for many years in her household. She was related to Lydia Maria Child, and was of the stock of New England transcendentalists to whom we owe the poets Whittier, Longfellow and Lowell, and also Emerson and Channing, Parker, Frothingham and Margaret Fuller. Ole Bull, the wonderful violinist, and Emerson, Samuel Longfellow, Frothingham, David A. Wasson, Dr. Hedge, the Hallowells, Frank B. Sanborn, James J. Myers,Samuel Longfellow, Frothingham, David A. Wasson, Dr. Hedge, the Hallowells, Frank B. Sanborn, James J. Myers, present Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, and many other notable persons were frequent partakers of her hospitality, and knew the refined attractions of her home, which kept her husband's heart constantly there, wherever his onerous public duties might call him, for she was a perfect housekeeper, and worshipper of art in all its branches. The radiance of the azaleas in her conservatory in the snow-bound days of February, due to her personal care, is far famed. One of th
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