All Items 1 Collection 2 Archives & Special Collections 1 Emily Dickinson Collection 1 Contributor 2 Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886 1 Todd, Mabel Loomis, 1856-1932 1 Topic 3 American poetry 1 Archives 1 Women poets, American 1 Part Of 1 Emily Dickinson Collection 1 Genre 2 Poems 1 Transcriptions (documents) 1 mods.identifier 3 Amherst Manuscript # fascicle 82 1 Franklin # 12 1 Johnson Poems # 23 1 Transcription of Emily Dickinson's "I had a guinea golden" Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886 A transcription of Emily Dickinson's poem "I had a guinea golden." The transcription is part of the collection of transcriptions of Dickinson's poems produced by Mabel Loomis Todd for publication in a volume edited by her. Most transcriptions are in Todd’s own hand; some are typed, and some were transcribed by other individuals. Editor's marks and notations are written on the transcript. The transcription is part of the Printer's Copy for Poems: Third Series. An editorial note written in pencil at the bottom of the third page explains that this poem may have had a personal origin and may have been sent to a friend of Emily's travelling in Europe. A crossed out line in this note also states that this poem is one of the longest written by Emily Dickinson. This transcription is part of the Printer's Copy for Poems: Third Series. This transcript may relate to Emily Dickinson's manuscript "I had a guinea golden" (Amherst Manuscript fascicle 82) in this collection. Transcription of Emily Dickinson's "I had a guinea golden"