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New York, November 10th, 1877. : William W. Story, Esq., Dear Sir: Although you have been long absent from your native land, your fellow countrymen have watched your career with pride and pleasure, recognizing that your renown in the art to which you have devoted your life is an added lustre to the American name. A few of your friends and admirers in New York desire to express, in a social and formal way, their high regard for you, and we therefore beg that you will give us the honor of your company at dinner at the Union League Club, on Thursday, November 15th, at seven o'clock. Very respectfully, your obedient servants, William Cullen Bryant ... Thomas Hicks. Preview this item
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New York, November 10th, 1877. : William W. Story, Esq., Dear Sir: Although you have been long absent from your native land, your fellow countrymen have watched your career with pride and pleasure, recognizing that your renown in the art to which you have devoted your life is an added lustre to the American name. A few of your friends and admirers in New York desire to express, in a social and formal way, their high regard for you, and we therefore beg that you will give us the honor of your company at dinner at the Union League Club, on Thursday, November 15th, at seven o'clock. Very respectfully, your obedient servants, William Cullen Bryant ... Thomas Hicks.

Author: William Cullen Bryant; John Jay; Union League Club (New York, N.Y.)
Publisher: [New York] : [publisher not identified], [1877]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Named Person: William Wetmore Story; William Wetmore Story
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Cullen Bryant; John Jay; Union League Club (New York, N.Y.)
OCLC Number: 45857790
Notes: Printed on p. [1] and [3]; p. [2] and [4] are blank.
Invitation, signed, in print, by: [1st column] William Cullen Bryant, George William Curtis, James Grant Wilson, John Taylor Johnston, E. Randolph Robinson, Theodore Roosevelt, Joseph H. Choate, Fred. Law Olmstead, Theodore Shillaber, Daniel Huntington, William E. Dodge, Jr.; [2nd column]: John Jay, Charles O'Conor, Sidney Webster, Charles P. Daly, Parke Godwin, A. Thorndyke Rice, Vincenzo Botta, Whitelaw Reid, Edward L. Godkin, Charles Watrous, John Bigelow; centered between columns at bottom: Thomas Hicks.
On p. [3]: "New York, November 13th, 1877. The foregoing invitation having been accepted, the complimenatry dinner to Mr Story will take place at seven o'clock, punctually, November 15th, at the Union League Club, corner Madison Avenue and 26th Street. John Jay, Geo. Wm. Curtis, Jas. Grant Wilson. Committee of Arrangements."
Description: 1 folded sheet ([2] pages) ; 21 x 26 cm folded to 21 x 13 cm
Other Titles: New York, November 13th, 1877. The foregoing invitation having been accepted ...
William W. Story, Esq., Dear Sir
Dear Sir: Although you have been long absent from your native land ...

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