Rutledge Miriam Coles Harris Hand Written 3 Page Letter Todd Mueller COA
This item is certified authentic by Todd Mueller and comes with their Certificate of Authenticity. Miriam Coles was born into a Long Island family going back to the 17th century. She was descended from. Who immigrated to America with. She was educated at. Mary’s Hall-Doane Academy. (now Doane Academy) in. Canda’s Girls’ School in. On April 20, 1864. After the death of her husband in 1892, she spent most of her time in Europe, dying in. Who late in life, some sources suggest, converted to Roman Catholicism, But, New Catholic World, Volume 86 (1908), in a review of Tents of Wickedness wrote, The keen appreciation, the deep sympathy, shown in the telling of that story bespeak a personal note, something perhaps of what the author herself has experienced in her way to the Catholic Church. ” In Catholic world, Volume 68 (1899) it states, “we have received the following notice of an author, Mrs. Miriam Coles Harris, who entered the one true church about two years ago… Unlike most American authors, Mrs. Harris has not been a contributor to magazines, having done no writing outside of her novels with the exception of two devotional books written while she was a member of the Anglican Church. Her most recent publication, A Corner of Spain, is therefore somewhat of a departure… Harris made the visit to Spain, she was not a Catholic. However that information is inaccurate, she had written many magazine articles. She published a number of children’s stories with a religious theme, prior to her first novel. These included Philip and Arthur (1859), Ash Wednesday in the Nursery (1859) and Saturday Afternoon (1859). Coles-Harris also wrote many magazine articles. These include “A Playwrights Novitiate” in the. (1894), on writing for the stage, and another in. (1893), criticizing the undue exaltation of what she called. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “historicsellsmemorabilia” and is located in this country: US.