Lloyd Mifflin materials
Scope and Contents
Collection consists of two letters, four photographs and one manuscript sonnet. The letters, 1892-1910, are addressed to American philologist and Johns Hopkins professor, James Wilson Bright. Included is a sonnet entitled, "Endymion," which is dedicated to Professor Bright and 3 photographs of Mifflin and one of his estate, "Norwood."
- Mifflin, Lloyd, 1846-1921 (Person)
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Lloyd Mifflin (1846- 1921) was an American poet and photographer. He was born in Columbia, Pennsylvania, in 1846. He studied painting but he later devoted himself to literary work and is known for his collection of sonnets. Mifflin died in 1921.
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Lloyd Mifflin (1846- 1921) was an American poet and photographer. Collection consists of two letters, four photographs and one manuscript sonnet sent to American philologist and Johns Hopkins professor, James Wilson Bright between 1892 and 1910.
The collection is the gift of James Wilson Bright.
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