Anthony, Susan B. (Susan Brownell), 1820-1906; National American Woman Suffrage Association; Letters
On National American Women Suffrage Association letterhead. Susan Anthony informs Jessie Anthony that many of their Rochester friends are going back to London. There are two ships going and Susan Anthony will be on one of them, she invited Jessie...
Handwritten letter on off-white paper with sepia ink and small round stain in center of page. Addison discusses a dispute about St. Sacrament now belonging rightfully to the Portuguese. Addison also discusses the Buenos Aires Ships. Addison knows...
Typed transcription of Addison's letter to Worsley with Perkins' notes on back in pencil. The letter discusses the St. Sacrament, as well as land, and the Buenos Aires ships in regard to both Spain and Portugal.
Batsford, B. T.; Gibbs, James, 1682-1754; Soldi, Andrea; Radcliffe Library (University of Oxford); Photographs; Portraits; Collecteana files
Black and white photograph of B. T. Batsford's showroom in their London office. The second page is a reproduced portrait of architect James Gibbs by Andrea Soldi in front of his "greatest achievement" the Radcliffe Library in Oxford.
In this 1861 May 1 letter, Dickens mentions that "...the House of Commons likes these times, thinks them jaunty [...] and the Devil himself only knows what else." The envelope is enclosed inside the letter, and is addressed to his editor James Lowe.
In this letter, written in black ink on off-white paper, Sackville discusses poetry and the Guardian Angels' Gathering in London. She refers to Kenmare as "Princess Hyacinth" and signs the letter "Marguerite."
File folder that contained aforementioned letter. Seller's typed description and partial transcription is affixed to front. Folder is imprinted with American Art Association Inc. and address in New York.