Perkins talks about a letter Astor wrote concerning certain legal matters with which he was having trouble. Perkins translates part of the letter. Astor was worried that the legal matters were going to be much trouble. This item was purchased on...
Transcription of Doddridge's June 8 letter to his wife. The transcriber has included the year 1734 in brackets as part of the transcription, as well as supplementary information on the people mentioned in Doddridge's letter.
In this letter, typed on paper with a Dartmouth watermark, Eberhart describes his relationship with Louise and the many letters they had exchanged over the years. Eberhart also includes part of an unpublished poem he wrote.
Possible commemorative item that details on the front page the life and achievements of Elizabeth (Elisabeth) Strickland. A short note by Strickland is pasted inside. In it, Strickland writes "I must be up to town and settle myself in our new...
Book review of a biography on Fanny Kemble,. The article summarizes her family's involvement in theatre, her own acting career, and her part in the abolitionist movement. Inset is a reproduction of a portrait of Kemble by Peter Frederick Rothermel.
Berenson, Bernard, 1865-1959; American Academy in Rome; Letters; Watermarks
In this letter, Berenson thanks Frances for her correspondence, then mentions the American Academy in Rome. The letter is written on newsprint and features a watermark in the shape of an airplane and the words, in part, "C. M. Fabriano."