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Atcheson L. Hench collection of letters of Jean A.A.J. Jusserand, Edward Everett Hale and James Bryce 1871-1926.

Author: Atcheson Laughlin HenchJ J JusserandE A FileneHarrison, Mr.D W C AllenAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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In a letter, 1922 December 7, J.J. Jusserand thanks Edward Albert Filene for a paper "on the question of reconstruction."
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Genre/Form: Portraits
Named Person: James Bryce Bryce, Viscount; Edward Everett Hale
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Atcheson Laughlin Hench; J J Jusserand; E A Filene; Harrison, Mr.; D W C Allen; Williams, Mr.; James Bryce Bryce, Viscount; John Quinn; Henry Codman Potter
OCLC Number: 647946318
Description: 10 items.

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In a letter, 1922 December 7, J.J. Jusserand thanks Edward Albert Filene for a paper "on the question of reconstruction."

Also five letters, 1871-1902, of Edward Everett Hale to Mr. Harrison, Mr. Allen, Mr. Williams, and Mrs. Williams. and a print of Everett. In the letters Hale agrees to speak to a society, declines a party invitation, sends thanks for a translation of Vergil, sends friends a book, requests an address and asks a friend to visit.

Also two letters, 1897-1921, of James Bryce to John Quinn and Henry Codman Potter arranging meetings, together with an engraving of Bryce.

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