|A Visit from St. Nicholas / Illustrated from Drawings by F. O. C. Darley|
via The Library of Congress
A VISIT FROM ST. NICHOLAS
|Christmas Carol. The visit of Saint Nicholas. Written by Prof.C. C.
John M. Wolff, stationer - Philadelphia via The Library of Congress
CLEMENT C. MOORE'S AUTHORSHIP OF "A VISIT FROM ST. NICHOLAS" AKA "'TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS"
- Two poems by Clement C. Moore in the New York Evening Post--first printing of Moore's Congratulatory "Lines Written after a Season of Yellow Fever" and "Lines Addressed to the Fashionable Part of My Young Countrywomen."
- Sophia Hawthorne and St Nicolas to Una, 1852
As one parent's letter to her daughter on New Year's Eve, comparable to the "Letter from Saint Nicholas" that Moore wrote for his daughter.
- Eheu! professor
Wondering what John Pintard wrote privately about Moore in 1821. And what did he mean?
- I cannot pretend to judge of their piety - Moore's reply to inquisitors
Honorable, dignified, and pro-student.
- Unpublished poems by Clement C. Moore in manuscript
--heroically transcribed and beautifully presented by Mary S. Van Deusen
- Clement Clarke Moore and Santa in the City --excellent article by Emily Chapin on the Museum of the City of New York website. Great illustrations, too, including first-rate manuscript images.
- Clarence Cook on The Author of A Visit from St Nicholas
The Century Magazine - December 1897
- Charles W. Jones on the Knickerbocker Santa Claus via St. Nicholas Center
- Nancy H. Marshall - Nineteenth Century Publication Milestones
- Biography of Clement Clarke Moore by Samuel White Patterson, courtesy of Hathi Trust Digital Library