Lehigh University
The Vault at PfaffsAn Archive of Art and Literature by the Bohemians of Antebellum New York
Previous Issue Next Issue
Previous Page Next Page
Previous Match18 matches Next HitSee *matches* and [# of matching pages] in above lists.

Text for Page 006 [01-02-1852]

              2. Friday.   Took sketch to Barton, accepted.
Lockingtons, Traveller Office &c.  Avery�s.  After-
noon out again after drawing.  Castle Garden.
Met Beukman.  Pencil buying.  In at Strongs.
Some writing to do for his �Whittlings of Jonathans
Jack Knife.�  Reveille.  Drawing during evening
for a short time, then with Holbrook who had come
home and supped with me to the Broadway
Theatre, to see Lola Montes, who has come here
to make profit of her [word crossed out]�s notoriety.  A dull
performance, she excelling neither as a dancer or a 
handsome woman.  The latter she may have been.
The audience neither condemnatory or
enthusiastic.   Farce afterwards.
  3.  Saturday.  Putting Reveille subject on wood.
Little Edward Greatbatch came, with a letter for
me from England.  Barth called in the after-
noon.  Out with him.  To Reveille Office. Got               
  •  
Loading content ...