Autographs; Letters; Dicksee, Francis Bernard, Sir, 1853-1928
This October 21, 1903 letter is addressed to Mr Heinemann and discusses a reproduction that has been sent to Dicksee by Heinemann. The letter is stamped as received by W. Heinemann on October 22, 1903.
Letter from Austin Dobson to a "Mr Stedman" and dated October 14 1875. Dobson's handwriting is very fine, possibly a reason for the end note, made either by Perkins or another owner, that summarizes the contents of the letter. The summary notes...
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.
Du Brey, Claire; Dressler, Marie, 1869-1934; Letters
In this letter to "Mr Sheffield," Claire Du Brey requests that he call again, since Marie Dressler was out and missed his telephone call. She also mentions that Dressler is on a "rest cure" and had hardly left the room for days.
In this letter, typed in blaack ink on white paper, Fargeon thanks Yale praising her work, as well as sending her materials that she thought were fascinating. There is an ink smudge on the back of the letter.
Jellicoe, John Rushworth Jellicoe, Earl, 1859-1935; Letters
In this short letter, Jellicoe writes to a Mr Bainbridge, declining to help with his correspondent's book due to his own "acquaintance with War Council Proceedings" which would "make it improper of me to express opinions of the subject."
In this letter addressed to Mr Oliver Bainbridge, Jordan promises to give his correspondent a requested chapter "when I can find time to write it" and also discusses possible time for a meeting between the two.