XHM - Harriet Martineau Papers - 1816-1885
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Correspondence mainly with 'Ticknor and Fields', later 'Fields, Osgood, & Co', publishers
Correspondence is mainly between Harriet Martineau and publishers Ticknor and Fields, later Fields, Osgood, & Co. They concern articles written by Martineau and discuss the offer to publish her autobiography. There are also letters to Mrs Maria Weston Chapman and Thomas Martineau connected to the publication of Harriet Martineau's autobiography.
Ticknor and Fields (1854–1889) were an American publishing company based in Boston, Massachusetts. Following Ticknor's death, the firm was known as Fields, Osgood, & Co from 1868.
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