Bruns writes to inform the recipient that he has finished a poem. The letter is written in ink on lined transparent paper that is stained around the edges and creases. The papers form a self-made cover sealed with red wax.
Campbell announces the birth of his son. He describes his overwhelming happiness, despite being ill. The letter is written in ink on beige. The letter has a self-made cover, which was sealed with dark red sealing wax.
Keller, Helen, 1880-1968; Empire State Building (New York, N.Y.)
This pamphlet includes a reprinting of Helen Keller's 1932 January 13 letter to Dr. John Finley describing her visit to the Empire State Building. The front cover depicts Keller with her secretary, likely Polly Thompson. A two page spread shows the...