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John Swingle collection of letters by writers of fiction set in California, 1862-1907.

Author: John Swingle
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Graphic : Manuscript   Book   Visual material : English
Database:WorldCat
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The letters include an ALS from Theresa Yelverton to Blanchard Jerrold, dated 1862 Jul 17, regarding her marriage; two ALS with envelopes from Kirk Munroe to John Swinton dated 1898 Dec 18, regarding "Copper Princess," and 1899 Jan 13, concerning a notice by Swinton in "the Telegram"; an ALS from Gertrude Atherton to an unidentified recipient dated 1903 Mar 15, regarding What Dreams May Come; an ALS from Walter  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Cabinet photographs
Card photographs
Photographic prints
Portraits
Named Person: Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton; Walter Besant, Sir; Blanchard Jerrold; Kirk Munroe; L Suzuki; John Franklin Swift; John Swinton; Thérèse Yelverton, Viscountess Avonmore
Material Type: Graphic, Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material, Book, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: John Swingle
OCLC Number: 702161288
Description: 0.20 linear ft. (1 box)

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The letters include an ALS from Theresa Yelverton to Blanchard Jerrold, dated 1862 Jul 17, regarding her marriage; two ALS with envelopes from Kirk Munroe to John Swinton dated 1898 Dec 18, regarding "Copper Princess," and 1899 Jan 13, concerning a notice by Swinton in "the Telegram"; an ALS from Gertrude Atherton to an unidentified recipient dated 1903 Mar 15, regarding What Dreams May Come; an ALS from Walter Besant dated 1901 May 5, written in response to an author who sent Besant his first novel; and a TLS from Horace Annesley Vachell to the "Editor of the Spectator," dated 1930 Mar 11, protesting a review of "The Best of England." In addition to the letters there are five galley proof sheets for an unidentified work about a character named Bendix Biargo, and an undated cabinet photograph by L. Suzuki of Japan of John Franklin Swift signed, "Yours truly, John F. Swift."

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