Adams, Lady (Agnes Anne), 1869-1942; Letters; Letterheads
Lady Agnes Adams writes about her South African violet. She mentions how she does not feel like an alien where she currently is because she is surrounded by friends and that perhaps she would feel like an alien if she went home. She ends the...
American Institute of Graphic Arts; Grolier Club; New York Library; Kellogg, Spencer; Middleton, Richard Barham, 1882-1911; Clark, G.K.; Letters; Letterheads
A letter from the Office Assistant at the Institution wrote to Kellogg of Esquire that they needed more copies of Clark's book. She also mentioned that they had returned books in the mail that she had previously borrowed.
Carleton thanks Riley for a copy of "The Puddleforn Papers." He then discusses the various editions through which the work has gone, and tells Riley that he wishes he would write more. Carleton closes the letter with the announcement that he is...
Carman complains at length about on of his accquaintances.The first two pages of the letter are written on "The Vigilantes" stationery, and the remaining pages are written on semitransparent beige paper.
Carman informs Way that the Vigilantes will be suspending activities while moving offices.The first two pages of the letter are written on "The Vigilantes" stationery, and the remaining pages are written on semitransparent beige paper.
Chase, Mary Ellen, 1887-1973; Letters; Letterheads
In this letter, written in ink on off-white paper, Chase apologizes for her negligence in responding to Isabel's previous letter, then expresses her regret in not seeing Isabel while she was in Northampton.