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Autograph letters signed from T.R. Lounsbury, New Haven, to William Winter, New Brighton, Staten Island, N.Y., 1901-1913.

Author: Thomas R Lounsbury; William Winter
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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In (1), on Yale University letterhead, Lounsbury asks Winter's help in determining when [Edwin] Booth discarded the Colley Cibber version of Richard III. With (2), he returns a printed slip concerning the works of William Leete Stone. Also writes that New Haven is the birthplace of the Baconian myth, since it was Delia Bacon's home until she went abroad. In (3), Lounsbury thanks Winter for his "two splendid volumes"  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts
Letters
Correspondence Manuscripts
Named Person: Thomas R Lounsbury; William Winter; William Shakespeare; William Leete Stone; William Shakespeare; Delia Salter Bacon; Francis Bacon; William Winter; William Lyon Phelps
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas R Lounsbury; William Winter
OCLC Number: 435496231
Notes: Bifolia.
Description: 3 items ; 18 x 12 cm.

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In (1), on Yale University letterhead, Lounsbury asks Winter's help in determining when [Edwin] Booth discarded the Colley Cibber version of Richard III. With (2), he returns a printed slip concerning the works of William Leete Stone. Also writes that New Haven is the birthplace of the Baconian myth, since it was Delia Bacon's home until she went abroad. In (3), Lounsbury thanks Winter for his "two splendid volumes" (i.e., Winter's Wallet of time) and refers several times to Phelps, likely William Lyon Phelps, and his differing opinions on the theater. All three letters with accompanying envelopes, with Winter's annotations.

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