|Creator:||Bulloch, Emma Hamilton|
|Title:||Emma Hamilton Bulloch poems|
Emma Hamilton Bulloch was a poet and a served several times on the Board of Managers of the Colonial Dames of America. She was educated at Montpelier, a school founded by late Bishop Elliott.
Taken from A History and Genealogy of the Habersham Family by Joseph Gaston Baillie Bulloch, R.L. Bryan, 1901.
The collection consists of galley proofs of an earlier work by Emma Hamilton Bulloch, author of The Marshes of Georgia and Other Poems (Washington, [D.C.] : W. F. Roberts Company, 1913), titled (in ink) on the first page simply "Poems." One poem, "The Cathedral Woods," does appear in both works -- at the beginning of "Poems" and at the conclusion of The Marshes of Georgia. "Poems" contains numerous manuscript corrections and notations, both printer's marks and textual changes. In the upper right corner of page one of the galley is the stamp of Seaman's Advertising Agency. Seaman's Printing House in Durham, North Carolina, was actively involved in job book work during the immediate pre-World War I period and very possibly was handling the publication of "Poems" for Emma Hamilton Bulloch.
Emma Hamilton Bulloch poems, ms 1050. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.