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Autograph letter signed from Robert B. Mantell, Trenton, New Jersey, to William Winter, New York 1915 March 5.

Author: Robert B Mantell; William Winter
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Mantell writes that he and his wife [Genevieve Hamper] are feeling fine but the change from New York makes one feel a bit down in the mouth. They will be going to Philadelphia next and then Michigan. Asks if Witner could drop a line to George Goodale about his wife's Juliet.
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Genre/Form: Letters
Manuscripts
Correspondence Manuscripts
Named Person: Robert B Mantell; William Winter; George P Goodale; Genevieve Hamper; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert B Mantell; William Winter
OCLC Number: 368143186
Notes: Written on letterhead for The Trenton House, Trenton, New Jersey. Includes an addressed envelope with a picture of The Onondaga in Syracuse, N.Y. on the front. Letter sent to 46 Third Avenue, New Brighton, Staten Island, New York.
Description: 1 leaf ; 22 x 14 cm.

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Mantell writes that he and his wife [Genevieve Hamper] are feeling fine but the change from New York makes one feel a bit down in the mouth. They will be going to Philadelphia next and then Michigan. Asks if Witner could drop a line to George Goodale about his wife's Juliet.

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