Bierce discusses Neale, then decides that it would be a good idea to refrain from talking about Neale because of his feelings towards him. There are some edits made to the text in ink, as well as some notes in pencil.
In this letter, written on grayish paper, Berenson writes to Frances to let her know that he has received the catalogue for which he has been waiting. He also writes that he has enclosed a cheque with the letter. There is a watermark on the paper...
In this letter, Berenson thanks Frances for a present, then wishes her well. He also mentions a trip that he is taking. The letter is written on newsprint, and features a watermark in the shape of an airplane with "C. M. Fabriano."
Pamphlet containing an advertisement for an exhibition of works of Edward Lear as well as a new printed collection of his works. A portrait is reproduced on the front, as well as two of Lear's illustrations on the inside pages.
In this letter, typed in blaack ink on white paper, Fargeon thanks Yale praising her work, as well as sending her materials that she thought were fascinating. There is an ink smudge on the back of the letter.
Berenson wishes the recipient of this card a happy holiday season. In addition, she provides a handwritten note in which she assures the recipient that Bernard is "fairly well." She signs the letter "Bessie."
Berenson, Bernard, 1865-1959; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.); Letters
In this letter, Berenson thatnks Frances for her letter as well as a brochure from her recent exhibition, which was held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Berenson also mentions the health of Bernard Berenson (to whom she refers as B. B.), and her...
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.