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.
Andrews, William Loring, 1837-1920; Envelopes; Postage stamps
Cream envelope with black tape surrounding the edges on front. A red George Washington stamp is in the upper right corner. It is stamped East Hampton. The back is also stamped but illegible and crossed with black tape. It is signed by W.L. Andrews...
Envelope from George Ade to Newton MacMillan. MacMillan’s name is handwritten on the front. There are spills and tears on the envelope as well as a red George Washington stamp and a Chicago stamp. Ade's name is written on the back.
Mariano apologizes for neglecting to respond to Frances' previous two letters, having been overwhelmed with keeping up with Bernard Berenson's correspondences. She then informs Frances that Bernard is happy to receive her letters, but is ill at the...
In this letter, Abbott expresses her concern for Frances' recent illness, and tells here that Bernard Berenson is ill as well. She also discusses plans to return home. The letter is written on yellowed stationary.
Handwritten letter on off white paper with small black type in upper left corner reading "Hull-House 335 South Halsted Street Chicago". Date of letter is in lower left corner and the writing is clearly seen on reverse.
Off white envelope with handwritten address, Hull-House written in small black letters in the upper left corner and 2 cent red stamp with George Washington's image in profile. Many small tears around the edges, very worn.