In this letter, written in black ink on off-white paper, Sackville comments on the lack of correspondence between the two, then remarks upon her "pen-paralysis." She refers to Kenmare as "Hyacinth" and signs the letter "Marguerite."
Several pages of excerpts from notes and letters to the Aries Press. Although the Aries Press, founded by Spencer Kellog Jr., was based in New York, these pages show correspondence coming from all over the United States. Many remark upon the...
Mariano thanks Frances for her correspondence and tells her about the recent attack of rheumatic arthritic pain that Bernard Berenson has been experiencing in his lower back. She assures Frances that, apart from this pain, Berenson is in good...
Autographs; Autographs-Catalogs; Autographs-Collectors and collecting
An inventory of autographed correspondence and related items held at the Denison Library on the Scripps College campus. Information on authors/creators, collection, date and citation/description are included for each item.
In this letter, Berenson thanks Frances for her continuing correspondence and discusses his plans for when they see each other next. There are watermarks on the page, including a watermarked picture of an airplane.
In this letter, William Herndon responds to a request for correspondence between President Lincoln and himself, enclosing one such letter. Herndon then goes on to describe his memories of President Lincoln.
In this letter, Berenson mentions letters that she has sent containing her correspondence with Bernard Berenson and his two sisters, Senda and Elizabeth. She also writes that she will be sending in more letters that she has found.
Smith, Margaret Chase, 1897-1995; Collecteana files; Letters
Letter typed in black ink on white paper. Macpherson discusses his visit to Margaret Chase Smith and sends to Scripps College his correspondence with Smith, her book "Declaration of Conscience," a newsletter from the Margaret Chase Library...