Anthony, Susan B. (Susan Brownell), 1820-1906; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Booksellers' catalogs; Collecteana files
Typed description of an official collection of letters from Susan B. Anthony that were saved by her cousin Jessie Anthony and passed down through the family. There are also photographs and drawings in the collection.
Berenson writes that he is overwhelmed with his work, but is happy to hear from Frances. The letter is written on gray paper that has some tears along the edges. There is a watermark that runs down the paper from top to bottom. Watermark consists...
Letter written in black ink on off-white paper. Sterling writes that he may be able to get to L.A., that Upton is coming to lecture in two weeks, and that his house in Carmel burned down. Also mentions Mrs. Sinclair, the Laflers, and Hopper.