Letters to William Hepworth Dixon
Scope and Contents
Collection contains three letters addressed to William Hepworth Dixon from: Wm. Goodyer, St. Louis, Mo. (1867); Geo. H. Boker, London, (1872); W. Gilpin, St. Louis, (1873).
Goodyer, who served with Army Quartermaster in Denver and St. Louis, writes about Dixon's book New America, especially as it depicts Denver in 1860s. Mention is made of the "Chivington business at Sand Creek." Boker, English poet and dramatist, writes about forthcoming trip to Costantinople. Gilpin, first territorial governor of Colorado 1861, writes to introduce a friend soon to depart for London.
Language of Materials
Material is in English unless otherwise noted.
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
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Biographical / Historical
William Hepworth Dixon (30 June 1821 - 26 December 1879) was an English historian and traveller. He was also active in organizing London's Great Exhibition of 1851.
1 envelope(s) (3 letters)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchase; Forest H. Sweet, Battle Creek, Mich.; 1933: Goodyer & Gilpin letters. Source unknown: Boker letter.
- Finding Aid for the Letters to William Hepworth Dixon.
- Finding Aid prepared from MARC data.
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