Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848; United States. President (1825-1829 : Adams); Letters
Adams apologizes for not reading McDonald's letter earlier and therefore he was not able to attend a meeting where he was supposed to meet fellow Baltimore citizens. Dated October 26, year unknown. Torn in upper right corner and fixed with tape. ...
Andrews, William Loring, 1837-1920; Envelopes; Postage stamps
Cream envelope with black tape surrounding the edges on front. A red George Washington stamp is in the upper right corner. It is stamped East Hampton. The back is also stamped but illegible and crossed with black tape. It is signed by W.L. Andrews...
In this letter written in black ink on blue paper, Sackville asks Kenmare to send a copy of her poems to "The Echo" and discusses author Charles Richard Cammell. Refers to Kenmare as "Hyacinth" and signs the letter as "Marguerite."
In this letter written in black ink on blue paper, Sackville congratulates Kenmare on overcoming the sciatica and sends her thanks to Ida Gilbert from "The Poetry Review." Signs the letter as "Marguerite."
In this letter, Garnett responds to a request for an autograph, recounting a meeting that may or may not have been with his correspondent. He ends by asking his correspondent to send his copy of his book to be autographed.