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.
Transcription of Doddridge's June 8 letter to his wife. The transcriber has included the year 1734 in brackets as part of the transcription, as well as supplementary information on the people mentioned in Doddridge's letter.
In this letter, Dorothy Drake discusses corrections that have been made to the holdings of American author manuscripts. Specifically mentioned are George Sterling, Ambrose Bierce, and George Washington. The letter appears to have been printed on...
Archer writes about Oscar Wilde's play, coming out the next week. He seems to be concerned about it making money, and how they would make money if it did not go well. Several friends are mentioned, and at the end he asks who is Miss Rosa Lee?