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Handwritten and signed letter, portrait etching, and handwritten biography. Abbot writes to "Mr. Phillips" on 22 March 1876 from "9 Wimpole St. Cavendish Sq." She states that she is glad to hear that Phillips is in London and invites him to visit her "tomorrow evening." A portrait etching of Abbott is also with the collection. On the reverse side of the item is found a handwritten biography of Abbott which outlines her singing career.
Handwritten and signed note stating: "Yours Respectfully, Lyman Abbott, June 1897."
Handwritten and signed letter, composed on "New York Journal, W. R. Hearst" stationary, and dated June 26 of an unspecified year. Abbott writes to a "Mr. Walker," perhaps the American editor, John Brisben Walker (1847-1931). Abbott invites Walker to meet "a friend of mine, Clarence S. Darrow," at a luncheon when Walker is next in New York City. Abbot also comments on authors. "Hawthorne on the Indian plague is grimly fascinating, but Le Gallienne has not outdone Fitz Gerald."
Torn piece of an envelope. The item is addressed to "Barton O. Aylesworth, DD. President of Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa." "Compts of J. J. a'Becket" is also written on the item in another hand. On the reverse of the envelope "Thomas Turner A'Beckett" is written. The date of the item is unknown.
Autograph. The date of the item is unknown.
Handwritten and signed letter, addressed to "Mr. Gray," dated 9 Feb. 1909, and composed on "Idwal, Chestnut Hill, Keswick" stationary. Abraham offers to send copies of his book "British Climbs" and requests that a "list" of "Yorkshire Rambels" be sent to him as well.
Typewritten and signed form letter from Barton O. Aylesworth. Adams answers the questions on the missive by hand and apparently returned the item to Aylesworth. Adams responds to the Aylesworth's request for information on his life and writing career.
Handwritten and signed receipt, dated 12 April 1913, and composed in Denver, Colorado. Adams writes, "Recd. of Dr. A. J. Flynn the sum of Forty dollars on account of the purchase price of an oil painting."