Nov 21 1921
Dear Mrs. Markham:
The 29th will be quite all right. I’ll be there. If Squires accepts for the 29th, ask him to dine with us that evening and let me know his telephone –number, that I may reach him promptly. If we have Anderson...
2024 Spruce Street
How lovely and how like you, dear Mr. Markham to send me that charming letter! I wish I could tell you how much I appreciate it – and you.
Florence Earle Coates
May the twenty-third.
July 18 1899
My Dear Professor Markham:
Your good letter came in my absence. Permit me to thank you most warmly for your kind and generous expressions. The poem grew greater as the days go by, and continues to add fresh luster to your fame. Rarely...
Dear Mr. Markham,
I have been going rather a swift pace, and had to rest up Saturday, so I could not come to your reception. But I was with you in sympathy, if not in bodily presence; and I heartily reciprocate your affectionate...
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