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Papers of Edward Payson Roe, 1871-1888.

Auteur : Edward Payson RoeA B CrandallHugo EricksonA H HollowayS S McClureTous les auteurs
Édition/format :   Documents d’archives : Anglais
Base de données :WorldCat
Résumé :
The papers contain the manuscript draft of "Fruit and nut trees: an Arbor-Day plea."
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Genre/forme : Letters (correspondence)
Manuscripts for publication
Personne nommée : Henry Mills Alden; Edward Payson Roe; Mary Abigail Roe
Format : Document mixte
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Edward Payson Roe; A B Crandall; Hugo Erickson; A H Holloway; S S McClure; Edward S Mead; Charles Mumford; Charles Winder Squires; Frank S Ward; F B Wright; Perry Mason & Co.,
Numéro OCLC : 34689926
Notes : Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
Description : 27 items.

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The papers contain the manuscript draft of "Fruit and nut trees: an Arbor-Day plea."

Correspondence refers primarily to his literary work for Youth's Companion and other periodicals; describes his writing method and story ideas including "Significant hummingbirds"; and expresses willingness to rework stories and resubmit rejected ones; and serves as an intermediary between his sister Mary Abigail Roe and a friend and his publishers.

He states his views on observance of the Sabbath and Sunday newspapers; mentions a trip with Henry Mills Alden, and proposed trips to Santa Barbara and New Jersey, and hospitality in Charleston, S.C.; describes horticultural efforts; refers to financial difficulties; sends thanks and regrets; and responds to autograph requests.

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