October 2, 1922.
I’m enclosing you a note which you may or may not read as you choose, at the October meeting. I feel sure that I have already sent you, either in my letter of resignation, or in some other, a message concerning Mr....
Witter, Bynner, 1881-1968. Epithalamion and Elegy.
March 31, 1925
I thought my Epithalamion and Elegy was “first” one evening. I know it was. Shouldn’t it have been printed with the rest? Though I was in New York, I saw almost no one. I stayed away from everything – after that ...
January 18 1908
Dear Mr. Markham:
I am very glad I wrote you inquiring, and have at once ordered another copy of this book sent you. I had not thought of the possibility of your noticing it in your department, though that would be a gratification...
June 4, 1915.
Prof. Edwin Markham
West New Brighton, N.Y.
I have been thinking of you a great deal during the last three months. We were extremely sorry you could not come to the Conference at Baltimore. While it was a small...
Dear Friend :
I wish to inform the readers of "Upton Sinclair's" concerning "Jimmie Higgins".
Last spring it appeared that the war was going to last a long time, 'and that "Jimmie Higgins" would have to stand...
March 1, 1918.
Edwin Markham, Esq.,
92 Waters Avenue,
West New Brighton, S.I. N.Y.
My dear Master:
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. Very many thanks for the charming poem received this morning. I should not dream of shortening it....
July 13th 1917
Prof. Edward Markham, Treasurer-
West New Brighton, S-I.
My Dear Mr. Markham,
Herewith please find my check for $10- for the general expenses of the Christian Socialist Fellowship, - national. I hope we may be able to keep up our...
The canal is in the forefront with the rear view of the drege. The dredge is breaking though the hill to remove dirt from the hill. Visible is the pipe that is pumping out the dirt from the hill to be [presumbly] deposited on shore. Men can be seen...
Abolitionists--Massachusetts--Boston; Abolitionists--Maine--Bangor; Antislavery movements--United States
Four-page letter dated September 8, 1845, from Geo. [George] Bradburn in Bangor [Maine] to Lysander Spooner of Boston, Massachusetts, describing several newspaper and circular reviews of Spooner's book [The Unconstitutionality of Slavery],...