Illustration of crocus flower and winter holly framing winter scene of houses and road covered with snow. Printer's title of card is Winter. Verso side: text,"Specialties, extra fine extracts for handkerchiefs, extra fine toilet soap, extra fine...
241 East 201st St., New York City.
Feb. 15, 1916.
It is long –too long-- since I have seen you. I have been thinking for some time of coming over to Staten Island to get a glimpse of you and to talk over old times. Now my young friend, Jacob...
Dear Mr. Markham,
I have your last letter in regard to our good friend Nelson, of St. Louis. I did not see him, however, this last time (tho I hear that he has been East again), so forwarded your letter to him at his St. Louis address.
Westerleigh, Staten Island, N.Y.,
Sept. 3, 1903.
Dear Mr. Debs,--Your very welcome letter has this moment come to hand. What you say of Mr. Ehrmann gives me an interest in him at once. If I find that I can do so conscientiously, and can arrange...
Nov. 28th., 1911
Mr. Edwin Markham
West New Brighton, N.Y.
My Dear Comrade Markham:-
I received your marked page of the “American” and your Swedenborgian leaflet, in your own good right hand, and I am thanking you warmly for your kind...
Dear Friend :
I wish to inform the readers of "Upton Sinclair's" concerning "Jimmie Higgins".
Last spring it appeared that the war was going to last a long time, 'and that "Jimmie Higgins" would have to stand...
Dear Comrade Markham,
I am trying to take advantage of your regretted absence at our “meeting”, which lacked only your crowning presence, by working daily on new sonnets, so that, with many more delays, you will find a...
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...
Xmas Day, 1906
Dear Edwin Markham:
I am going to do my best through the pages of “The Craftsman” in an early issue to make the dear, stupid American public take notice of the fine work of Eugene Higgins. I know you will be in...
The Poets’ Garden
Beloved “Edwin of the Song”
Hail! on this my happiest Thanksgiving. My heart overflows with gratitude for the great gifts you have given. I shall try always to be worthy and to carry on for...
Slaves--Emancipation--New York (State)--New York; Slavery--New York (State)--New York; Slaves--New York (State)--New York
Two-page deed of manumission by Frederick De Peyster, acting as executor for the deceased Samuel Hake of New York City, emancipating slave Phoebe Jackson. Signed by witnesses J. [John] Nitchie and Henry M. Fine, and made official by DeWitt Clinton.
Men;Shoe stores;Women;Flowers;Clothing and dress;Shoes;
Illustration of young woman descending down stairs. Young man holding hands with woman helping her down stairs and bouquet of flowers. Both in elegant clothing and hats. Verso side:"Fine Shoes..Goods warranted as represented."