All Items 2 Collection 2 Archives & Special Collections 2 Emily Dickinson Collection 1 Contributor 4 Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886 1 Grout, Lydia Bates, 1818-1897 1 Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864 1 Todd, Mabel Loomis, 1856-1932 1 Location 1 KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa) 1 Topic 5 American poetry 1 Archives 1 Illustrations 1 Pictorial works 1 Women poets, American 1 Part Of 2 Edward and Orra White Hitchcock Papers 1 Emily Dickinson Collection 1 Genre 3 Drawings (visual works) 1 Poems 1 Transcriptions (documents) 1 mods.shelfLocator 1 Box 13 Folder 16 2 Transcription of Emily Dickinson's "I took one draught of life" Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886 A typescript transcription of Emily Dickinson's poem "I took one draught of life". 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. Notations and editor's marks are written on the transcript in pen and pencil. Transcription of Emily Dickinson's "I took one draught of life" Lydia B. Grout pencil drawing, "View of eroded hills near Natal in South Africa" Grout, Lydia Bates, 1818-1897 A pencil drawing of eroded hills in Natal, South Africa, by Lydia B. Grout. Although it is annotated "plate 6," it was published in Edward Hitchcock's "Illustrations of Surface Geology" as plate XI, fig. 1. Lydia B. Grout pencil drawing, "View of eroded hills near Natal in South Africa"