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...
Markham, Edwin, 1852-1940. The man with the hoe, and other poems
Dec. 23, 1912
Prof. Edwin Markham,
West New Brighton, N.Y.
Please send one copy of “Lincoln and Other Poems” and one copy of “The Man with the Hoe and other Poems” to A.W. Calhoun, Hopkinton, Iowa. Enclosed find $1.50 for...
5 Via Benedetto da Maiano,
S. Domenico di Fiesole,
September 2, 1912.
Prof. Jno Ward Stimson,
I cannot tell you how sorry we were not to have come to you in...
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