In this letter, William Herndon responds to a request for correspondence between President Lincoln and himself, enclosing one such letter. Herndon then goes on to describe his memories of President Lincoln.
In this letter, typewritten on personalized stationery, Hoffman writes that she is glad to hear from Jaqua after such a long time, updates him on her life, then asks what he has been doing. She mentions a previous illness and her work. The letter...
In this letter, typed on paper with a Dartmouth watermark, Eberhart describes his relationship with Louise and the many letters they had exchanged over the years. Eberhart also includes part of an unpublished poem he wrote.
In this letter, typed on Chateau Marmont stationery, Hilton tells Drake that he will probably not be able to attend her event, but will let her know if his plans change. The letter is signed in blue ink.