In this letter, Dorothy Drake discusses corrections that have been made to the holdings of American author manuscripts. Specifically mentioned are George Sterling, Ambrose Bierce, and George Washington. The letter appears to have been printed on...
In this note addressed to both the college president and "Mr Dodd's Office," Dorothy Drake explains that the attached list contains the "57 First Editions" donated to the library as a gift by Mrs. Fred Lyon Stone in memory of her husband.
Drinker, Sophie Hutchinson, 1888-1967; Drake, Dorothy; Letters
In this letter to Scripps librarian Dorothy Drake, Drinker expresses a wish to see the library, and thanks Drake for a brochure on the "collection of books about women or by women". Drinker's also expresses gratitude for the inclusion of her own...
Stoddard, Charles Warren, 1843-1909; Stroven, Carl, 1901-; Drake, Dorothy; Letters
Letter from University of Hawai'i librarian Carl Stroven to Scripps College librarian Dorothy Drake. Stroven thanks Drake for her information regarding the letters, and reports he is enclosing "an order for thermofax copies of the letters."
A typed letter from Marian Anderson to Dorothy Drake. It regards a question Drake had about a recording of the song "Lil boy, how ole are you?" but there had been no recording. Signed by Marian Anderson.
Typed list of autographed letters held by "Scripps Library" (not listed as Denison Library). The reverse side has a letter addressed to Dr. Lawrence Clark Powell, Librarian at UCLA, but the letter is crossed out.
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.
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.
In this letter, Hersholt thanks Drake for her previous letter and accepts an invitation to tea. The letter is written in light blue ink on off-white paper with a red border. The top right corner of Page 1 has been cut off and the letterhead...