July 6th, 1899
My Dear Comrade:
I send immediately the two letters of introduction. I also wanted you to meet Mr. Edwin D. Mead, editor of “The New England Magazine.” But he is a friend of Mr. Mills, and you must ask Mr. Mills to...
The Honorable A. F. Kerensky,
Premier of Russia
Dear and Honored Comrade:
The heart of the world is thrilling with the hopes of a Free Russia. We look to regenerated Russia to be the leader of the advancing Democracy of the world; so we feel that...
N.Y. City Nov. 14-16
Mrs. Edwin Markham
Dear Mrs. Markham:
Your letter brought more pleasure than you can know, for to me Edwin Markham is about the greatest living poet in the world.—The Poet of Humanity – the Voice...
Civil rights--Religious aspects--Catholic Church;Dammann, Grace Cowardin, 1872-1945;Discrimination in education;Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart;Social action
Letter of protest sent to President Dammann following decision to admit African American student
"Dear 'Reverend' Mother,
There is a rumor going about Saint Louis which is distressing us all very much. I just heard it this evening and am writing...
One-page letter from Gerrit Smith in Peterboro [New York] to Lysander Spooner dated July 25, 1860, notifying that he has heard "at last" from Sedgwick and mentions a copy of a letter from John Cochrane that he has forwarded.
Animals;Dogs;Clouds;Dresses;Grasses;Houses;Leisure;Shrubs;Trees;Waterfronts;Children;Men;Women;People;Black & white postcards;Canals;
A leisure scene displaying a woman and a child on the shore of a Canal. She is sitting with the child kneeling behind her with a dog at her feet. There is a man [presumably] walking a plank over the water. Immediately to the right of the man...