Clemens, Samuel Langhorne, 1835-1910; Twain, Mark, 1835-1910; Letters
In this letter, Clemens, better known by his pen name Mark Twain, references a small misunderstanding between the two, then sends love to Riley. The letter is written in ink on beige paper with a black border.
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907; Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 1833-1908; Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 1792-1822; Keats, John, 1795-1821; Poetry; Illness; Transcriptions; Collecteana files
This letter is from "Tom." Aldrich denies the rumor that he might take a position at Harper's, describes the quality of his life, then talks about Shelley and Keats. He then discusses his wife's recent illness and his sea voyage, confesses he has...
Beranger, Pierre Jean de, 1780-1857; Translations; Collecteana files
Beranger begins his letter by lightly mocking his friend's laziness, then goes on to reassure Guyardin that his thoughts are often with him. He remarks that he would like to visit Guyardin. There is also a translation of a letter to a Mademoiselle...
In this letter written in black ink on blue paper, Sackville congratulates Kenmare on overcoming the sciatica and sends her thanks to Ida Gilbert from "The Poetry Review." Signs the letter as "Marguerite."
In this letter written in black ink on blue paper, Sackville sends a poem to Kenmare and expresses excitement for a particular poet. Refers to Kenmare as "Heloise" and signs the letter as "Marguerite."
In this letter written in black ink on blue paper, Sackville sends a birthday gift to Kenmare and discusses Eunice's interpretations. Refers to Kenmare as "Hyacinth" and signs the letter as "Marguerite."
Smith, Margaret Chase, 1897-1995; Collecteana files; Letters
Letter typed in black ink on white paper. Macpherson discusses his visit to Margaret Chase Smith and sends to Scripps College his correspondence with Smith, her book "Declaration of Conscience," a newsletter from the Margaret Chase Library...