Jan 26, 1915
Dear Comrade Markham:
We have sent you two formal letters about being on the program of the Conference at Baltimore the last week in Feb., but your note at the bottom of your ballot – probably written before you received the other...
LOS ANGELES WEST BRANCH
I didn't expect to send you another circular this spring; but it appears that I have written another book!
So many persons have been asking me for something on the...
NY Oct 10
My Dear Mr. Markham,
I have not heard from you about the verses, which I suppose means that you do not think any thing can be done with them. I suppose that is the case. I sail for Europe the last of this week. If you could send them to...
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...
July 5th, 1906.
Dear Edwin Markham-
I thank you very much for your kind letter about my play. You say:”There are some things we are all compelled to say nothing about in our plays and novels. I am stating a fact, not arguing a case.” I take it...
Markham, Edwin, 1852-1940. California the wonderful
1419 Bolton St.,
May 31, 1917
Dear Mr. Markham,
When I got home yesterday from my work, I found “California the Wonderful” awaiting me. I should have written you last night but I was away from home on a delightful tour of the...
September 6, 1920
Your letters, all fillied with tender concern for me, reached my hand and thouched my heart. I understand your point of view. You think doubtless that my happiness depends upon my relation to some church, especially to...
Two-page letter dated July 15, 1846, from L. [Lysander] Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts] to George Bradburn in Lowell, Massachusetts, discussing Bradburn's reports on schools in Nantucket and a speech made by Fletcher Webster.
Three-page letter dated April 26, 1846, from Geo. [George] Bradburn in Nantucket [Massachusetts] to Lysander Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts] discussing his romantic prospects with Elizabeth Sargeant.
Depositions--Delaware; Slavery--Delaware; Fugitive slaves--Delaware; Fugitive slaves--New York (State)--New York
One-page deposition of Richard Colgate of Kent County, Delaware, regarding his runaway slave James Winham. Includes detailed description and account of Winham's escape to New York, where he "inlisted [sic] in his Majesties Service in Capt. Langdons...
Four-page letter and envelope dated February 3, 1897, from Daniel McFarland in South Bend, Indiana to Lysander Spooner in Boston, Massachusetts, inquiring about mutual acquaintances and briefly discussing several of Spooner's pamphlets.
Vigilant Association of the City of New York; Libel and slander--New York (State)--New York
One-page letter from Gerrit Smith in Peterboro [New York] to Lysander Spooner dated July 22, 1860, referring to a manuscript copy of Smith's letter written to his nephew, John Cochrane regarding his libel suit, which he indicates is enclosed.
New-York African Free-School; American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and Improving the Condition of the African Race; Abolitionists--New York (State)--New York--Societies, etc.; African Americans--Education--New York...
New-York Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, commonly known as the New-York Manumission Society, was established 1785 to publicly promote the abolition of slavery and manumission of slaves in New York State. The society, which was...