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Morning glories

Title
Morning glories / by Josephine D. (Henderson) Heard.
Author
Heard, Josephine Delphine Henderson, 1861-
Publication
Philadelphia, Penna. : [publisher not identified], 1890.
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TextUse in library Sc Rare 811-H (Heard, J. D. H. Morning glories)Schomburg Center - Manuscripts & Archives

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Additional Authors
Speaker Print, printer.
Description
[4], v, [6], 10-108 pages : 1 portrait; 19 cm.
Donor/Sponsor
Home to Harlem Project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Subjects
Note
  • "Entered, According to Act of Congress, in the Year 1890, by Josie D. (Henderson) Heard, of Philadelphia, Pa. In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C."--copyright statement, p. [2], 1st count.
  • "Speaker, Print, Lancaster, Pa."--printer statement, page [2], 1st count.
  • Poems.
  • Includes biographical sketch of the author.
Additional Formats (note)
  • Available as part of The Digital Schomburg, a project providing electronic access to collections on the African Diaspora and Africa from The New York Public Library.
Source (note)
  • from Arthur A. Schomburg;
Provenance (note)
  • is part of the original collection purchased from Arthur A. Schomburg in 1926.
Contents
  • pt. 1. Dedication, etc. Historical sketch of the authoress -- Introduction.
  • pt. 2. Musings. Retrospect -- To Whittier -- Welcome to Hon. Frederick Douglass -- The parting kiss -- The question -- Farewell to Allen University -- Night -- The parting -- Assurance -- Hope -- Fame—Truth -- Sunshine after cloud -- Slumbering passion -- The advance of education -- Mother -- The outcast -- The earthquake -- To youth -- On Genessarett -- He comes not to-night -- Welcome home -- Sabbath bells -- The day after conference -- The quarrel -- Thou lovest me -- Gen. Robert Small -- Admiration -- My husband's birth-day -- Decoration Day -- Who is my neighbor? -- Eternity -- The quarto-centennial -- Heart-hungry -- I will look up -- Hope thou in God! -- To Clement's Ferry -- The birth of time -- Tennyson's poems -- Thy own love-letters -- Matin hymn! -- I love thee! -- My canary—My mocking bird -- Morn -- Do you think?—music -- Mother's love -- My grace is sufficient -- Where do school days end? -- The birth of Jesus -- A happy heart—when I would die -- December—judge not! -- Unuttered prayer -- Who gives freely, etc. -- Wilberforce -- Easter morn -- The city by the sea -- Forgetfulness! -- The new organ -- Deception -- Out in the desert.
  • pt. 3. The race problem. The black Sampson -- They are coming? -- Rt. Rev. Richard Allen.
  • pt. 4. Obituaries. He Hath need of rest! -- Gone over the hill to rest! -- Bishop James A. Shorter -- A message -- Bereft -- Resting -- James M. Rathel -- The national cemetery -- Solace -- An epitaph -- Appendix. Letters, congratulations, etc.
Call Number
Sc Rare 811-H (Heard, J. D. H. Morning glories)
OCLC
  • 13480401
  • 13480401
Author
Heard, Josephine Delphine Henderson, 1861-
Title
Morning glories / by Josephine D. (Henderson) Heard.
Publisher
Philadelphia, Penna. : [publisher not identified], 1890.
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Additional Formats
Available as part of The Digital Schomburg, a project providing electronic access to collections on the African Diaspora and Africa from The New York Public Library.
Provenance
Copy in Sc Rare 811-H (accession no. B527137) is part of the original collection purchased from Arthur A. Schomburg in 1926.
Source
Purchase; from Arthur A. Schomburg; 1926. Copy in Sc Rare 811-H (Heard, J. D. H. Morning glories), Schomburg Center, Manuscripts, Archives & Rare Books.
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Plain text PDF available via the African American Women Writers of the 19th Century Project
Full text available via Internet Archive (Library of Congress copy)
Local Subject
Black author.
Added Author
Speaker Print, printer.
Schomburg, Arthur Alfonso, 1874-1938, former owner.
Added Title
Home to Harlem Project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Research Call Number
Sc Rare 811-H (Heard, J. D. H. Morning glories)
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