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Correspondence of Edmund Clarence Stedman 1866-1918.

Author: Edmund Clarence StedmanGeorge M GouldF S HoffmanF B SanbornFrederick W SkiffAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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In a letter to Stedman, 1866 November 22, S.F. Hoffman discusses his private printing of "A reconstruction letter."

In a letter to F.B. Sanborn, 1881 June 29, Stedmandescribes a poem which is in proof and will be published by the Atlantic, and notes he is the last man left in this torrid city (New York).

In a letter to Frederick W. Skiff, 1903 June 29, Laura Stedman notes that Stedman has just returned from his 50th class reunion and cannot answer his letter but will autograph books since they are not for sale.

In a note, 1910 November 14, Laura Stedman thanks Stephen Henry Thayer for his help.

In a note, 1918 January 29, George M. Gould agrees to sign books for F.W. Skiff.  Read more...

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Named Person: Edmund Clarence Stedman; Edmund Clarence Stedman
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Edmund Clarence Stedman; George M Gould; F S Hoffman; F B Sanborn; Frederick W Skiff; Laura Stedman; Stephen Henry Thayer
OCLC Number: 647938741
Reproduction Notes: Electrostatic copies.
Description: 5 items.

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In a letter to Stedman, 1866 November 22, S.F. Hoffman discusses his private printing of "A reconstruction letter."

In a letter to F.B. Sanborn, 1881 June 29, Stedmandescribes a poem which is in proof and will be published by the Atlantic, and notes he is the last man left in this torrid city (New York).

In a letter to Frederick W. Skiff, 1903 June 29, Laura Stedman notes that Stedman has just returned from his 50th class reunion and cannot answer his letter but will autograph books since they are not for sale.

In a note, 1910 November 14, Laura Stedman thanks Stephen Henry Thayer for his help.

In a note, 1918 January 29, George M. Gould agrees to sign books for F.W. Skiff.

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