Emily Dickinson (American, 1830-1886), was a prolific American poet, writer, and accomplished botanist. A famous recluse, she spent a lot of time thinking and writing about the meaning of life. This notecard and envelope set are made with prints from the beloved poet's pressed-flower albums, where she collected over four hundred specimens. Dickinson's pressed flower albums are now in the collection of the Houghton Library at Harvard. The notecards are deorated with charming quotes on the nature of time, mortality and consciousness. Also included is an insert with a brief biography of the poet.
Box contains twelve notecards and envelopes (3 each of 4 designs)
5" x 6 1/2"