1419 Bolton St.,
Baltimore, Md., Apr. 30, 1917.
Dear Mr. Markham,
It was, indeed, a great disappointment to see that you were obliged to take today an earlier train than you had expected to take. For I was looking forward with most pleasant...
1501 S. Grand Ave
Los Angeles California,
March, 10, 1916
To My Dear Comrade Who Knows All Things:
I am so happy, happier than I have ever been in all my life, to think that my message is to reach the people; and that you are to write the...
2000 Channing Way
Dec. 17, 1915
My Dear Comrade:
You, who know all things, will understand why I have hesitated to ask this of you. You have been so kind to me, I could not impose you’re your beautiful spirit of service If, without...
219 West 100 Street,
New York City, May 21, 1912.
Mr. Edwin Markham,
West New Brighton, S.I.
My dear Mr. Markham:
Your name has been suggested by Mr. B. Russell Herts, a member of the Socialist Press Club, as that of one likely to be interested in...
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...
A tugboat towing a barge is passing next to the speedway on the [Hudson River?] toward the Washington Bridge; Written message in blank space on the top of the card (Dear Rachel, If it is desireable [sic] the "favorili" [sic] can return Sunday...
Erie Canal; New York (State); Packet boats; Post coaches; Little Falls (N.Y.); Utica (N.Y.); Albany (N.Y.); Advertisement.
An advertisement that appeared in New-York American. May 18, 1822. This advertisement solicited passengers for packet boat travel along the "most pleasant part of the Erie Canal" from Little Falls to Utica. Return passage was also available. ...
Slaves--United States; Slavery--United States; Fugitive slaves--United States
Assorted advertisements for sale of slaves, rewards for return of runaway slaves, the slave trade, and slavery in general, most unattributable to particular newspapers. Includes three engravings (two duplicated) of slave forts in Africa with...
Birth certificates--New York (State)--New York; Slavery--New York (State)--New York; Fugitive slaves--New York (State)--New York
Birth certificate of Horace, born in April 1808, and Bet, born in January 1810, to a 'Negro Woman Slave named Tamer' belonging to New York City merchant James Forrest. Includes note stating that 'the said Tamer absented herself from my Service in...
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...