Nov 21 1921
Dear Mrs. Markham:
The 29th will be quite all right. I’ll be there. If Squires accepts for the 29th, ask him to dine with us that evening and let me know his telephone –number, that I may reach him promptly. If we have Anderson...
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...
Oct. 24, 1899.
My dear comrade:
I am delighted that you can come and lecture, and have so informed the students. I am eagerly anticipating your visit also, as I shall be sailing for Europe and Palestine the last of January and have many things I...
1622 S. Spaulding Ave.
Los Angeles, California.
Aug. 20th, 1933.
Beloved Edwin Markham,
Great Poet, World Brother,
Hail! Hail! All of my heart to you wherever you are a’roaming—out there in Canada, back home in the U.S.A., or...
610 East 84th Street,
New York City,
April 8th, ’03.
My Dear Mr. Markham:-
Let me thank you for so promptly sending me the books, and for your kind courtesy in signing them all. I have delayed writing till I received your bill, but that not...
Charles Sumner (1811-1874) was a United States senator from Massachusetts and a campaigner against slavery. This is a draft, ca. 1855, of a version of the speech delivered in New York on May 9, 1855, and published that year under the title "The...
Abolitionists--Massachusetts--Boston; Abolitionists--Maine--Bangor; Antislavery movements--United States
Four-page letter dated September 8, 1845, from Geo. [George] Bradburn in Bangor [Maine] to Lysander Spooner of Boston, Massachusetts, describing several newspaper and circular reviews of Spooner's book [The Unconstitutionality of Slavery],...
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.