Lilly Library Manuscript Collections


The Krout mss., 19th and 20th cent., consist of poems and articles by Mary Hannah Krout, 1851-1927, feminist and journalist, of Crawfordsville, Indiana. They are undated and include [1] Dining Out in Hongkong, A.D.S. 20p. 14cm.; [2] The Doves of Honolulu, A.D. 2p. 22cm., printed in the Reader Magazine, V:78, December 1904; [3] The Heralds, A.D.S. 1p. 22cm.; [4] Indiana and the U. S. Navy, A.D.S. 35p. 14cm.; [5] Lick Observatory, A.D.S. 27p. 21cm.; [6] Old Cincinnati, A.D.S. 35p. 14cm.; [7] Poems. T.D. 11p. 26cm., Little Brown Hands, also a printed copy, How Beautiful is the Earth, Yesterday, From My Window, An Evening Primrose, Today, What the Birds Told, The Answer; [8] Renewal, A.D.S. 2p. 18cm.; [9] The Silver Service of the Battleship "Indiana," A.D.S. 15p. 14cm.; [10] Some Queer Feathered Folk, A.D.S. 24p. 14cm.

Collection size: 17 items

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