Ten Postcards Showing the Interior and Exterior of the Home of Poet Thomas Bailey Aldrich, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Detroit, Michigan: Detroit Publishing Company, c1910. Postcards. Ten colored photo, split back postcards showing scenes from the Thomas Bailey Aldrich memorial in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Aldrich (1936-1907) was a poet and novelist who, from 1881 to 1890, was editor of the Atlantic Monthly. He is best known for his poetry, including The Ballad of Babie Bell (1856), Pampinea, and Other Poems (1861), Cloth of Gold (1874), Flower and Thorn (1876), Friar Jerome's Beautiful Book (1881), Mercedes and Later Lyrics (1883) and Wyndham Towers (1889). Includes the garden, the entrance hall, the parlor, the dining room, the kitchen, the little hall room over the front door, Miss Abigail's room, Grandfather Nutter's room, the Blue Chintz room, and the Spare Room. Standard postcard backing. Each 3 1/2 by 5 1/2 inches. Item #17299

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