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Autograph and typed letters signed from John Russell Young to William Winter, New York 1886-1898.

Author: John Russell Young; William Winter; Robert Young
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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The letters mostly discuss Winter's writings and other literary matters; several mention Ada Rehan and others are invitations to meet for various events. (1) on letterhead of The Lotos Club; (2) letterhead of the Langham Hotel, London; (3-7) on letterhead of the Union League, Philadelphia; (8-10) on letterhead of the Library of Congress, Washington. With (1) is an accompanying envelope addressed to Winter at the New  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts
Letters
Visiting cards
Correspondence Manuscripts
Named Person: John Russell Young; William Winter; Ada Rehan
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Russell Young; William Winter; Robert Young
OCLC Number: 667627327
In: Robert Young collection relating to William Winter
Description: 10 items.

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The letters mostly discuss Winter's writings and other literary matters; several mention Ada Rehan and others are invitations to meet for various events. (1) on letterhead of The Lotos Club; (2) letterhead of the Langham Hotel, London; (3-7) on letterhead of the Union League, Philadelphia; (8-10) on letterhead of the Library of Congress, Washington. With (1) is an accompanying envelope addressed to Winter at the New York Tribune, New York City; with (6) is a printed visiting card of Mr. John Russel Young, 1507 Poplar Street, with a manuscript New Year's greeting.

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