In this letter, Cardinal Gibbons offers to write to a letter on the correspondent's behalf. "...if she informs you that a letter from me to her husband will be of service to (your?) sister, I will gladly write to him for your + her sake."
In this letter, written on grayish paper, Berenson writes to Frances to let her know that he has received the catalogue for which he has been waiting. He also writes that he has enclosed a cheque with the letter. There is a watermark on the paper...
Balfour, Arthur James Balfour, Earl of, 1848-1930; Collecteana files
A tiny scrap of thick paper written on in pencil, shortly describing the nature of Balfour's letter to Rideing. Perkins characterizes this letter as an invitation to a party during which "matters literary" would be the topic of conversation.