The Fanny Howe papers contain correspondence, publications, notebooks and journals, family history, and material relating
to Fanny Howe's career as a writer. The collection is divided into seven series, with series III - V representing all her
written work, namely her poetry, short stories, and major literary publications. This collection was rearranged from the order
it was received from Arundel Press.
Fanny Howe was born into a distinguished Boston family in 1940. Her father, Mark De Wolf Howe, taught Law at Harvard University
and was the first Charles Warren Professor in the History of American Law. He also was in the process of writing a multi-volume
biography of Justice Oliver Wendall Holmes. At the time of his death in 1967 he had completed two volumes. Fanny Howe's mother,
Mary Manning Howe, was born in Dublin, Ireland and had, during the time before she came to the United States, written and
acted for the famous Abbey and Gate Theaters in Dublin. Fanny Howe has two sisters, Susan and Helen.
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