December 22, 1921
Dear Mrs. Markham:
This is only a post-script. I have just seen the Bulletin, and am wondering why you did not include A CANTICLE OF PAN as one of the books withdrawn from the prize contest. What is fair to the others ought also...
December 27, 1916.
Are you one of those keenly interested in the modern revival of real Christianity in the churches? Do you want to see the ethical and religious phases of socialism given their due place in socialist propaganda? Then...
December 30, 1916
My dear Mr. Markham:-
We would like a poem from you for the February number of The Humanitarian. I hope you can send it to us within the next few days as we hope to go to press soon after the end of next week. With kind regards...
December 16, 1912
Mr. Edward Markham,
West New Brighton,
New York City.
Your good letter at hand. I deeply regret that my health will not permit me to visit you and Mrs. Markham in your home. I am obliged to be in the...
Commissioners; Report; Federal government; Financing; Indians; Clinton, Dewitt, 1769-1828; New York (State); Erie Canal; Pamphlet
Title page of a thirteen page pamphlet issued in 1816 addressed to "the honourable, the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, in Congress, the representation of commissioners of the State of New-York, in of the said State,...
Erie Canal; New York (State); New York; Commissioners; Bank of Geneva; Canal Fund; Finance; Flagg, Azariah C. (Azariah Cutting), 1790-1873; Receipt
20 cm. x 8 cm. Bank receipt for money deposited into the Commissioners of the Canal fund drawn on account from the Bank of Geneva. On December 25, 1834, Howard A. C. Flagg, Comptroller, deposited $4,115.90 to the credit of the Commissioners of the...
Erie Canal; New York (State); New York; Commissioners; Bank of Geneva; Canal Fund; Finance; Enos, Benjamin; Receipt
20 cm. x 8 cm. Bank receipt for money deposited into the Commissioners of the Canal fund drawn on account from the Bank of Geneva. On December 27, 1845, Benjamin Enos, Treasurer, deposited $7, 005.71 to the credit of the Commissioners of the Canal...
Nov 21 1921
Dear Mrs. Markham:
The 29th will be quite all right. I’ll be there. If Squires accepts for the 29th, ask him to dine with us that evening and let me know his telephone –number, that I may reach him promptly. If we have Anderson...
Oct. 31 1906
My Dear Sir:
I am glad to get your encouraging word concerning my articles on the evils of Child Labor. Perhaps you may feel like sending in your name as a member of our Child Labor Federation. No financial obligation in becoming a...
Austin, Texas. April 27. /99
My Dear Brother,
Many thanks for the copies of that inspired poem. I distributed them to the best minds of my church last Sunday as they were eagerly taken by the people. Whatever you print, especially on the idea of...
Sept. 24, 1899.
My beloved comrade:
Your letter brought joy to my soul, as every word of yours does, whether in poem or letter, or prose articles that I see in the papers. I wish I might see you, sometime between now and January. The latter part of...
Oct. 10, 1899.
My Dear Friend Markham:
Will you kindly let me know at once if you can lecture here, when you come west in December, and if so at what time? We, of course, want to pay your usual terms. Can you give us a definite date? I devoutly...
Oct. 24, 1899.
My dear comrade:
I am delighted that you can come and lecture, and have so informed the students. I am eagerly anticipating your visit also, as I shall be sailing for Europe and Palestine the last of January and have many things I...
November 30th, 1916.
My dear Mr. Markham:
We take pleasure in handing you the December copy of the Humanitarian Magazine and we call your attention to Page 30, which features your poem.
Edwin Markham, Esq.,