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Letters of Merle Johnson h[manuscript], [1929].

Author: Merle De Vore Johnson; Will James
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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In a 1929 letter to Will James Johnson enquires about a book by Walter N. Burns that James has illustrated, asks if he is a fan of [Frederic] Remington or [Charles M. ] Russell, and notes that he keeps "The drifting cowboy" for pictures and "Smoky" for text.

At the top of the letter is a small sketch of a horse bucking off his rider.

In a second undated note to an unidentified recipient Johnson may possibly ordering books from a dealer's catalog. With these are three pages of notes about Mark Twain books and letters.  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Letters (Correspondence)
Named Person: Walter N Burns; Will James; Will James; Merle De Vore Johnson; Frederic Remington; Charles M Russell; Mark Twain
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Merle De Vore Johnson; Will James
OCLC Number: 647997349
Notes: Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
Description: 2 items.

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In a 1929 letter to Will James Johnson enquires about a book by Walter N. Burns that James has illustrated, asks if he is a fan of [Frederic] Remington or [Charles M. ] Russell, and notes that he keeps "The drifting cowboy" for pictures and "Smoky" for text.

At the top of the letter is a small sketch of a horse bucking off his rider.

In a second undated note to an unidentified recipient Johnson may possibly ordering books from a dealer's catalog. With these are three pages of notes about Mark Twain books and letters.

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