English: “Moral influence of The Dial”: Illustration by Christopher Pearse Cranch (1813-1892). Illustrations ca. 1841-1844, collected in 1844 by James Freeman Clarke and erroneously dated 1835. Christopher Pearse Cranch illustrations of the New Philosophy (MS Am 1506), Houghton Library, Harvard University
Date circa 1841
Source Christopher Pearse Cranch illustrations of the New Philosophy (MS Am 1506), Houghton Library, Harvard University

Author Christopher Pearse Cranch
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James Brown of Little Brown marketed it, found by Emerson.

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sept 8 1836 henry hedge emerson george ripley george putnam met at willard hotel cambridge and formed the trans. club. eleven days later they met at ripley’s house in boston and had more members.

ck thomas carlyle, ripley, the channings and prof longfellow

e s nadall and lowell and longfellow

i searched for ripley and longfellow and there’s a good harper’s monthly magazine story by nadall on lowell — he’d brought longellow a letter from wm cullen bryant

bissell notable cousins

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