This collection of papers of Annie (Adams) Fields (1834-1915) and James Thomas Fields (1817-1881) consists of notebooks and
loose papers containing their poetry, essays, notes for speeches, a few scattered diary entries, and memoranda. Also included
are letters to and from the Fieldses, as well as a group of letters from James Fields to Annie. Complementing the fully-catalogued
Fields Collection, these personal papers of James and Annie Fields comprising the Addenda contain anecdotes and references
to some of the literary figures represented in the main body of the Fields Collection.
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