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.
Perkins, John Isaac, 1862-1942; Letterheads; Letters
In this letter, written in black ink on off-white paper, Hopkins informs Perkins that he has enclosed a copy of "The Way a Soul Dies" and that he is return half the value of the check Perkins sent to him.
Clemens, Samuel Langhorne, 1835-1910; Twain, Mark, 1835-1910; Letters; Letterheads
In this letter, Metcalf expresses his desire to read Clemens' work, but, like many newspaper men, cannot afford it. The letter is written in ink on lined paper. On the back, Clemens, better known as his pen name Mark Twain, replies that he will...
In this letter, written in black ink on pale blue paper, Hersholt accepts Drake's invitation to the Library Association of Southern California's Christmas dinner. Hersholt's stationery is personalized with a letterhead.