A portrait of the poet, and a description of his contribution to Arthuriana.
Brief biography, two portraits. His hymns include "Once to Every Man and Nation."
Section devoted to Lowell includes a biographical introduction, his essay "Abraham Lincoln," and his speech "Democracy."
Finding aid for letters and autographed books in the special collections of the University of Rochester River Campus libraries.
Profile of the writer and critic.
A reappraisal of the versatile nineteenth-century writer.
Lowell was American Minister to the Court of St. James for five years, but had already made trips to Europe prior to this appointment. Article examines his attitude towards England and the English. [Contemporary Review]
Tells about the poet after whom this Missoula, Montana, school is named.
Excerpts from a letter to his sister-in-law about sitting for portraits. Includes woodcuts of the writer and his wife Maria which were based on these daguerreotypes.
Tribute recalls the minister to Spain and England, notable for his genial nature and his dedication to literary style.