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The Vault at PfaffsAn Archive of Art and Literature by the Bohemians of Antebellum New York
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Page 001Front cover.
Page 002Front fly-leaf.
Page 003Gives the date range of entries for the diary.
Page 004Blank page.
Page 005 [06-15-1861]Describes meeting Captain Foster and discussing the bombardment of Fort Sumter.
Page 006 [06-15-1861]Newspaper article written by Gunn regarding his visit to the forts at Sandy Hook.
Page 007 [06-15-1861]Newspaper article written by Gunn regarding his visit to the forts at Sandy Hook.
Page 008 [06-15-1861]Describes a conversation with Captain J.G. Foster about the evacuation of Fort Moultrie for Fort Sumter.
Page 009 [06-15-1861]Describes a conversation with Captain J.G. Foster about the evacuation of Fort Moultrie for Fort Sumter.
Page 010 [06-15-1861]Describes a conversation with Captain J.G. Foster about R.S. Ripley.
Page 011 [06-16-1861]Regarding a scandal at his boarding house.
Page 012 [06-17-1861]Describes hearing about his old Governor's Island acquaintances from Kelly.
Page 013 [06-17-1861]Describes a visit to the Edwards family.
Page 014 [06-18-1861]Regarding Mrs. Ham.
Page 015Newspaper clipping regarding an appeal of John B. Holmes.
Page 016 [06-18-1861]Regarding a visit from Shepherd.
Page 017 [06-20-1861]Describes a talk with Jesse Haney.
Page 018 [06-20-1861]Describes a talk with Jesse Haney about Sally Edwards.
Page 019 [06-20-1861]Describes a talk with Jesse Haney about Sally Edwards.
Page 020Newspaper clipping regarding a suspected Secessionist in the President's Life Guard.
Page 021 [06-20-1861]Comments on poets of his acquaintance and how they regard one another.
Page 022 [06-21-1861]Regarding N.G. Shepherd's opinion of George Boweryem.
Page 023 [06-21-1861]Describes a visit to Mozart's Regiment at Yonkers with Frank Cahill, Mrs. Geary, and Mrs. Butler.
Page 024 [06-22-1861]Describes a visit to Mozart's Regiment at Yonkers with Frank Cahill, Mrs. Geary, and Mrs. Butler.
Page 025 [06-22-1861]Newspaper clipping regarding various Bohemians interested in starting a regiment.
Page 026 [06-23-1861]Regarding George Bolton's dying child.
Page 027 [06-23-1861]Describes a visit to the Edwards family.
Page 028 [06-25-1861]Regarding discussing Mrs. Levison with Mrs. Butler.
Page 029 [06-25-1861]Describes a conversation with Warne about Lotty, Hill, and Brentnall.
Page 030 [06-27-1861]Describes a conversation with Warne about Lotty, Hill, and Brentnall.
Page 031Newspaper article written by Gunn regarding the Long Island Volunteers.
Page 032 [06-28-1861]Describes a visit to the camp of the Long Island Volunteers.
Page 033 [06-28-1861]Describes a visit to the Crocketts and Charles Damoreau at Newark.
Page 034 [06-30-1861]Describes a visit to the Crocketts and Charles Damoreau at Newark.
Page 035 [07-01-1861]Mentions a visit to the Edwards family, in which some members of the family were on the roof watching a comet.
Page 036Newspaper article written by Gunn regarding the Anderson Zouaves.
Page 037 [07-04-1861]Describes a Fourth of July sailing excursion with the Edwards family and friends.
Page 038 [07-04-1861]Describes a Fourth of July sailing excursion with the Edwards family and friends.
Page 039 [07-04-1861]Describes a Fourth of July sailing excursion with the Edwards family and friends.
Page 040 [07-04-1861]Describes his return to New York after the Fourth of July sailing excursion with the Edwards family.
Page 041 [07-06-1861]Describes his preparations for his visit to Canada.
Page 042 [07-09-1861]Describes his railroad journey to Albany, New York.
Page 043 [07-09-1861]Describes his railroad journey to Rochester, New York.
Page 044 [07-10-1861]Regarding Edward Heylyn's domestic situation.
Page 045 [07-10-1861]Describes Eugenie Brinton.
Page 046 [07-10-1861]Describes visiting Bill Rogers in Rochester.
Page 047 [07-11-1861]Describes visiting Bill Rogers and his family in Rochester.
Page 048 [07-11-1861]Describes visiting Bill Rogers and his family in Rochester.
Page 049 [07-12-1861]Describes meeting Mrs. Galusha.
Page 050 [07-12-1861]Describes leaving for a fishing excursion with the Rogers family.
Page 051 [07-12-1861]Regarding the opinion of Mrs. Rogers about the marriage of her brother James Parton and Fanny Fern.
Page 052 [07-12-1861]Regarding the details of James Parton and Fanny Fern's prior separation.
Page 053 [07-12-1861]Describes a fishing excursion with the Rogers family and the Galushas.
Page 054 [07-13-1861]Describes Mrs. Heylyn.
Page 055 [07-13-1861]Describes a conversation with Mrs. Heylyn about her husband.
Page 056 [07-13-1861]Regarding the Heylyn household.
Page 057 [07-14-1861]Describes his last day spent in Rochester.
Page 058 [07-16-1861]Describes George Bolton's house.
Page 059 [07-16-1861]Regarding George Bolton.
Page 060 [07-16-1861]Describe William Conworth.
Page 061 [07-16-1861]Describes a visit to Brantford with George Bolton.
Page 062 [07-17-1861]Describes a visit to Lewis Burwell with George Bolton.
Page 063 [07-17-1861]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem.
Page 064 [07-18-1861]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem.
Page 065 [07-18-1861]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem.
Page 066 [07-18-1861]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem.
Page 067 [07-18-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 068 [07-19-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 069 [07-20-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 070 [07-20-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 071 [07-20-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 072 [07-20-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 073 [07-20-1861]Regarding George Bolton's housekeeper, Bella.
Page 074 [07-20-1861]Describes a letter received from Bob Gun.
Page 075 [07-20-1861]Describes a letter received from Bob Gun.
Page 076 [07-20-1861]Describes a letter received from Bob Gun.
Page 077 [07-20-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 078 [07-21-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 079 [07-22-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 080 [07-23-1861]Describes a letter received from Will Waud, detailing his arrest.
Page 081 [07-23-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 082 [07-23-1861]Describes an engraving of Napoleon at Arthur Tew's house.
Page 083 [07-23-1861]Describes a talk with an elderly man named Arnold.
Page 084 [07-24-1861]Regarding the hospitality of the Tew family.
Page 085 [07-24-1861]Regarding John Conworth's housekeeper, Mrs. Hewett.
Page 086 [07-25-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 087 [07-25-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 088 [07-27-1861]Regarding discussing the First Battle of Bull Run while in Canada.
Page 089Newspaper clipping regarding the death of Major Rawlings.
Page 090 [07-27-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 091 [07-28-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 092 [07-28-1861]Describes a letter received from Jesse Haney.
Page 093 [07-29-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 094 [07-30-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 095 [08-01-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 096 [08-02-1861]Comments on characteristics of the Bolton family.
Page 097 [08-02-1861]Comments on characteristics of the Bolton family.
Page 098 [08-02-1861]Comments on members of the Bolton family.
Page 099 [08-02-1861]Describes a conversation with George Bolton about John Conworth.
Page 100 [08-03-1861]Describes a letter received from Jack Edwards.
Page 101 [08-03-1861]Describes a visit to Baker's house with George Bolton.
Page 102 [08-04-1861]Describes the food at George Bolton's house.
Page 103 [08-04-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 104 [08-07-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 105 [08-08-1861]Describes his visit with George Bolton in Canada.
Page 106 [08-09-1861]Describes informing George Bolton of his intention to return to New York.
Page 107 [08-09-1861]Describes going to John Conworth's house with William Conworth.
Page 108 [08-10-1861]Describes a visit with the Conworth family.
Page 109 [08-11-1861]Regarding the Conworth family.
Page 110 [08-11-1861]Regarding George Bolton and the Conworth family.
Page 111 [08-11-1861]Regarding George Bolton.
Page 112 [08-11-1861]Describes a visit with the Conworth family.
Page 113 [08-12-1861]Describes a visit with the Conworth family.
Page 114 [08-13-1861]Describes a letter received from Hannah Bennett.
Page 115 [08-14-1861]Describes a letter received from Jesse Haney.
Page 116 [08-14-1861]Describes a letter received from Jesse Haney.
Page 117 [08-16-1861]Describes leaving George Bolton's house for William Tew's.
Page 118 [08-16-1861]Describes a day spent with acquaintances in Paris, Ontario.
Page 119 [08-16-1861]Describes a letter received from his mother.
Page 120 [08-16-1861]Describes a fishing expedition at Pine Pond.
Page 121 [08-17-1861]Describes a fishing expedition at Pine Pond.
Page 122 [08-17-1861]Describes a fishing expedition at Pine Pond.
Page 123 [08-17-1861]Describes a fishing expedition at Pine Pond.
Page 124 [08-18-1861]Describes a walk with William Tew and George Bolton.
Page 125 [08-18-1861]Describes a talk with John Conworth about Mrs. Hewitt.
Page 126 [08-19-1861]Regarding William Tew.
Page 127 [08-19-1861]Regarding William Tew.
Page 128 [08-19-1861]Describes his visit with William Tew in Canada.
Page 129 [08-20-1861]Describes a day fishing with William Tew and his sons.
Page 130 [08-20-1861]Describes his visit with William Tew in Canada.
Page 131 [08-22-1861]Describes his visit with William Tew in Canada.
Page 132 [08-22-1861]Describes a talk with William Tew about George Bolton.
Page 133 [08-22-1861]Describes a talk with William Tew about George Bolton.
Page 134 [08-22-1861]Regarding John Conworth and Mrs. Hewitt.
Page 135 [08-22-1861]Describes his visit with William Tew in Canada.
Page 136Newspaper clipping regarding the sinking of the ship Petrel, formerly the Aiken.
Page 137 [08-23-1861]Describes his visit with William Tew in Canada.
Page 138 [08-25-1861]Describes a conversation with two Englishmen about Americans and the Civil War.
Page 139 [08-25-1861]Describes his visit with William Tew in Canada.
Page 140 [08-26-1861]Regarding John and William Tew.
Page 141 [08-28-1861]Describes his visit with William Tew in Canada.
Page 142 [08-28-1861]Describes his visit with William Tew in Canada.
Page 143Newspaper article regarding a meeting in Monmouth, New Jersey, about the Civil War.
Page 144 [08-28-1861]Describes his visit with William Tew in Canada.
Page 145 [08-29-1861]Describes his visit with William Tew in Canada.
Page 146 [08-31-1861]Describes his visit with William Tew in Canada.
Page 147 [08-31-1861]Describes his visit with William Tew in Canada.
Page 148 [08-31-1861]Describes his visit with William Tew in Canada.
Page 149 [06-22-1861]Relates boarding house gossip.
Page 150 [09-01-1861]Describes his visit with William Tew in Canada.
Page 151 [09-01-1861]Describes his visit with William Tew in Canada.
Page 152 [09-02-1861]Describes his visit with John Conworth in Canada.
Page 153 [09-03-1861]Regarding difference between American and English wives.
Page 154 [09-03-1861]Gives commentary on the character of Joe Gargery in ''Great Expectations.''
Page 155 [09-04-1861]Describes his visit with John Conworth in Canada.
Page 156 [09-07-1861]Describes his visit with John Conworth in Canada.
Page 157 [09-07-1861]Describes his visit with John Conworth in Canada.
Page 158 [09-07-1861]Describes his visit with John Conworth in Canada.
Page 159 [09-08-1861]Describes a letter received from Jesse Haney.
Page 160 [09-10-1861]Describes his journey to Waterloo County, Ontario, Canada.
Page 161 [09-10-1861]Describes his journey to visit Bowman's family in Waterloo County, Ontario, Canada.
Page 162 [09-10-1861]Regarding the Bowman family and their home.
Page 163 [09-10-1861]Describes his visit with the Bowman family in Canada.
Page 164 [09-10-1861]Describes his visit with the Bowman family in Canada.
Page 165 [09-10-1861]Describes his visit with the Bowman family in Canada.
Page 166 [09-10-1861]Describes his visit with the Bowman family in Canada.
Page 167 [09-11-1861]Describes his visit with the Bowman family in Canada.
Page 168 [09-11-1861]Describes meeting an old acquaintance, Newcombe, from his last voyage across the Atlantic.
Page 169 [09-11-1861]Describes his return to John Conworth's house.
Page 170 [09-13-1861]Regarding the death of Jack Pillow.
Page 171 [09-13-1861]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem.
Page 172Newspaper clipping regarding Lucius and Fitz James O'Brien.
Page 173 [09-13-1861]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem.
Page 174 [09-13-1861]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem.
Page 175 [09-13-1861]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem.
Page 176 [09-13-1861]Describes a letter received from George Boweryem.
Page 177 [09-13-1861]Describes a visit to George Bolton's house in Canada.
Page 178 [09-13-1861]Describes a visit to George Bolton's house in Canada.
Page 179 [09-13-1861]Regarding his thoughts upon his visit in Canada coming to an end.
Page 180 [09-15-1861]Describes a conversation with Mrs. Hewett about John Conworth.
Page 181 [09-15-1861]Describes a conversation with Mrs. Hewett about John Conworth.
Page 182 [09-16-1861]Describes his goodbye with George Bolton upon leaving Canada.
Page 183 [09-16-1861]Describes his visit to Niagara Falls.
Page 184 [09-16-1861]Describes his visit to Niagara Falls.
Page 185 [09-17-1861]Describes visiting Bill Rogers in Rochester.
Page 186 [09-18-1861]Regarding the visit of Fanny Fern and Jim Parton to Rochester, as told by Bill Rogers.
Page 187 [09-18-1861]Regarding the visit of Fanny Fern and Jim Parton to Rochester, as told by Bill Rogers.
Page 188 [09-18-1861]Regarding the visit of Fanny Fern and Jim Parton to Rochester, as told by Bill Rogers.
Page 189 [09-18-1861]Regarding the visit of Fanny Fern and Jim Parton to Rochester, as told by Bill Rogers.
Page 190 [09-18-1861]Regarding the visit of Fanny Fern and Jim Parton to Rochester, as told by Bill Rogers.
Page 191 [09-18-1861]Regarding the visit of Fanny Fern and Jim Parton to Rochester, as told by Bill Rogers.
Page 192 [09-18-1861]Regarding the visit of Fanny Fern and Jim Parton to Rochester, as told by Bill Rogers.
Page 193 [09-18-1861]Regarding the marriage of Fanny Fern and Jim Parton.
Page 194 [09-18-1861]Describes meeting friends of the Rogers family.
Page 195 [09-19-1861]Regarding problems between Edward Heylyn and his wife.
Page 196 [09-20-1861]Describes his journey by train back to New York.
Page 197 [09-21-1861]Describes his arrival back at his boarding house at 132 Bleecker.
Page 198 [09-21-1861]Regarding a row between Frank Cahill and George Boweryem.
Page 199 [09-21-1861]Regarding a row between Frank Cahill and George Boweryem.
Page 200 [09-21-1861]Regarding a row between Frank Cahill and George Boweryem.
Page 201 [09-21-1861]Regarding a row between Frank Cahill and George Boweryem.
Page 202 [09-21-1861]Regarding a row between Frank Cahill and George Boweryem.
Page 203 [09-21-1861]Gives news regarding his fellow boarders at 132 Bleecker Street.
Page 204 [09-22-1861]Describes a visit to Frank Bellew.
Page 205 [09-22-1861]Regarding Alfred Waud at the Battle of Bull Run.
Page 206 [09-22-1861]Describes a conversation with Jesse Haney about the Edwards family.
Page 207 [09-23-1861]Regarding the coming marriage of Sally Edwards and Thomas Nast.
Page 208 [09-24-1861]Mentions a visit to the Woodward sisters.
Page 209 [09-25-1861]Describes a letter received from Hannah Bennett.
Page 210 [09-25-1861]Describes a letter received from Hannah Bennett.
Page 211 [09-25-1861]Describes a visit from Hart.
Page 212 [09-26-1861]Regarding the marriage of Sally Edwards and Thomas Nast.
Page 213 [09-26-1861]Describes a lunch and talk with William Waud.
Page 214 [09-27-1861]Describes a conversation with William Waud about Mrs. Damoreau.
Page 215 [09-27-1861]Describes a conversation with William Waud about Mrs. Damoreau.
Page 216 [09-27-1861]Describes a conversation with William Waud.
Page 217 [09-27-1861]Describes visiting the slums of New York in the 4th and 6th Wards as research for an article.
Page 218 [09-28-1861]Describes a letter received from Edward Heylyn.
Page 219 [09-29-1861]Describes a visit to the Edwards family.
Page 220Newspaper clipping written by Gunn for the ''Evening Post'' regarding gunboats in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Page 221 [09-30-1861]Regarding George Boweryem's brief engagement with Miss Jennie Jewell.
Page 222 [09-30-1861]Regarding fellow boarder Mrs. Geary.
Page 223 [09-30-1861]Mentions a conversation with Nichols, a picture-dealer.
Page 224 [10-02-1861]Mentions a hoax played by himself and Hart on Dillon Mapother.
Page 225 [10-03-1861]Describes visits to gambling halls and concert saloons with Hart and German.
Page 226 [10-04-1861]Mentions meeting Mortimer Brown upon his return from Sweden.
Page 227 [10-05-1861]Describes a conversation with Frank Bellew.
Page 228 [10-06-1861]Mentions the departure of Hart and German back to Kentucky.
Page 229 [10-07-1861]Describes meeting Mrs. Waud and Mrs. Sexton in the street.
Page 230 [10-08-1861]Describes a visit from Shepherd.
Page 231 [10-09-1861]Describes a visit to Governor's Island to speak with Colonel Loomis.
Page 232 [10-09-1861]Describes a bridal reception at the Edwards' residence in honor of the marriage of Sally Edwards and Thomas Nast.
Page 233 [10-09-1861]Describes a bridal reception at the Edwards' residence in honor of the marriage of Sally Edwards and Thomas Nast.
Page 234 [10-09-1861]Describes a bridal reception at the Edwards' residence in honor of the marriage of Sally Edwards and Thomas Nast.
Page 235 [10-10-1861]Describes a visit to Bedloe's Island.
Page 236 [10-10-1861]Describes a letter received from Dillon Mapother.
Page 237Includes a newspaper engraving depicting Banks.
Page 238Includes a newspaper article regarding John B. Magruder.
Page 239Back fly-leaf.
Page 240Back cover.
Page 241Newspaper clipping regarding the decline of the French caf´┐Ż.
Page 242Newspaper clipping giving anti-war sentiment about British colonization in South Africa.
Page 243 [06-29-1887]Newspaper clipping regarding the wedding of Rose A. Tew and William Perry.
Page 244Partial newspaper clipping regarding the immediate aftermath of the First Battle of Bull Run.
Page 245 [1876]Newspaper clipping regarding a 1876 memoir about the occupations of Fort Moultrie and Fort Sumter immediately before the Civil War.
Page 246 [08-14-1879]Newspaper clipping regarding the reasons for Major Anderson's evacuation of Fort Moultrie for Fort Sumter prior to the Civil War.