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Relationships of Nast, Thomas

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To explore the relationships between the various bohemian writers and artists who frequented Pfaff's bar, select a person or group, and then select a relationship type. This section of the site is currently under construction; new content is being added on a regular basis.

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acquaintances

Bellew, Frank Henry Temple (1828-1888)

Bellew drew an illustration of Nast which appeared in Paine's book.

Gunn, Thomas Butler (1826-1904)

Nast visited Gunn one night before he went to a charity ball (40).

Gunn describes a party that he went to where he saw Nast (27-8).

Gunn writes about a party where both he and Nast were guests (118).

Gunn went to the the Edwards' home, where he saw Nast (21).

Gunn was at a birthday party, where Nast was also one of the guests (169).

Gunn describes a scuffle between Nast and himself at the Edwards' house (23-4).

Gunn writes about a brief encounter that he had with Nast at the Edwards' (67-8).

Nast declined Gunn's invitation for drinks (71).

Gunn writes that he saw Nast at the Edwards (207).

Gunn visits the Edwards; Thomas and Sally Nast were there and invite him to visit at their home (69).

Gunn describes a visit to Sally and Thomas Nast, in which Gunn and Nast discuss their initial misconceptions about each other (193-8).

Halpine, Charles Graham (1829-1868)

Halpine is mentioned as a frequenter of Pfaff's who, along with others, found Nast "amusing" and "took him to theatres and other cozy resorts and 'showed him the town.'"

O'Brien, Fitz-James (1828-1862)

O'Brien is mentioned as a frequenter of Pfaff's who, along with others, found Nast "amusing" and "took him to theatres and other cozy resorts and 'showed him the town'" (22).

collaborators

Arnold, George (1834-1865)

Arnold is mentioned as one of Nast's colleagues at Frank Leslie's Illustrated Paper (21-2).

Bellew, Frank Henry Temple (1828-1888)

Bellew is mentioned as one of Nast's colleagues at Frank Leslie's Illustrated Paper (21-2).

Eytinge, Solomon Jr. (1833-1905)

Eytinge is mentioned as one of Nast's colleagues at Frank Leslie's Illustrated Paper.

Halpine, Charles Graham (1829-1868)

Halpine is mentioned as one of Nast's colleagues at Frank Leslie's Illustrated Paper (21-2).

Homer, Winslow (1836-1910)

Homer and Nast are described by Starr as the members of "the artists' contingent of the Bohemian brigade" who gained the "widest renown."

O'Brien, Fitz-James (1828-1862)

O'Brien is mentioned as one of Nast's colleagues at Frank Leslie's Illustrated Paper (21-2)

Stoddard, Richard Henry (1825-1903)

Stoddard is mentioned as one of Nast's colleagues at Frank Leslie's Illustrated Paper, but he is not specifically connected with Pfaff's here (22).

Thomson, Mortimer (1832-1875)

According to Paine, Thomson did assignments frequently for Leslie's and "Eytinge and Nast, sometimes both, accompanied him" (22).

friends

According to Gunn, Nast, Eytinge, and Thomson went to the opera together drunk one night (206).

Arnold, George (1834-1865)

Arnold is said to have found Nast amusing, and frequently "showed him the town."

Bellew, Frank Henry Temple (1828-1888)

Bellew is mentioned as a frequenter of Pfaff's who, along with others, found Nast "amusing" and "took him to theatres and other cozy resorts and 'showed him the town.'"

Eytinge, Solomon Jr. (1833-1905)

According to Gunn, Nast, Eytinge, and Thomson went to the opera together drunk one night (206).