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.
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.
In this letter addressed to his wife Maris, Doddridge thanks her for her letter and writes: "You will God willing see me on Monday. I long to be with you." The letter is written on irregularly cut paper, with some of the edges frayed or otherwise...
Beardsley, Aubrey, 1872-1898; Smithers, Leonard C. (Leonard Charles), 1861-1907; Letters; Illness
In this letter, addressed to "my dear Smithers," Beardsley thanks Smithers for the cheque he sent, then describes her condition, telling him that she shouldn't write because she isn't even allowed to sit up.
Seller briefly describes who De Quincey is and what the letter is about, calling it an "interesting letter" that includes a "reflection on the honesty of [De Quincey's] publisher, Blackwood." Letter is described as addressed to J.A. Hessey. This...
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 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.
In this letter addressed to General Badeau (likely General Adam Badeau) Froude thanks him for his interest in "my skirmish with Freeman" referencing a disagreement Froude had with fellow historian Edward A. Freeman.