Berenson thanks Frances for the photo that she sent him of herself. He then lets her know that he is writing his publisher about his new book. This letter is written on grayish paper, and there is a watermark at both the top and bottom of the page....
In this letter, written on grayish paper, Berenson thanks Frances for the nice things she said about his last book. He thens informs Frances that he will be turning 84 in a few weeks. He signs the letter "Affectionately."
Atherton, Gertrude Franklin Horn, 1857-1948; Transcriptions; Collecteana files; Biographical information
Perkins notes the spatial and temporal information about this letter, and also states that the letter was from Dawson's Book Shop. There is also some biographical information at the top of the second page. Perkins then transcribes the letter....
Atherton, Gertrude Franklin Horn, 1857-1948; Letters
Gertrude Atherton is talking to Mr. Stoldart about her book. She seems to be exploring her options, talking to other people who will publish her book, even though she said she likes the magazine that Stoldart works for.
American Institute of Graphic Arts; Grolier Club; New York Library; Kellogg, Spencer; Middleton, Richard Barham, 1882-1911; Clark, G.K.; Letters; Letterheads
A letter from the Office Assistant at the Institution wrote to Kellogg of Esquire that they needed more copies of Clark's book. She also mentioned that they had returned books in the mail that she had previously borrowed.