Friendly letter to E.C. Stedman following Lang's return to Kensington after three months of travel. Lang writes that "everyone here is talking the old shop, and writing the old [verses?] and eating the conventional luncheon." Lang later asks if a...
Perkins, John Isaac, 1862-1942; Letterheads; Letters
In this letter, written in black ink on off-white paper, Hopkins informs Perkins that he has enclosed a copy of "The Way a Soul Dies" and that he is return half the value of the check Perkins sent to him.
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.
This envelope is constructed from thin newsprint and features a handwritten address and an image of an airplane. There is also an Italian postage stamp on the front and a return address on the back. The envelope is badly ripped.