Editors -- United States -- Correspondence
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Invitation and an envelope, 1898
Printed, handwritten, and signed invitation, dated 1898, and adressed to John Brisben Walker, an American editor. Allen requests that Walker and his wife attend a meeting of "our club," an unnamed organization, for "The Twelfth Night" (Epiphany) on 6 Jan. 1898 at the "Berkley Lyceum."
Handwritten and signed letter, addressed to Stilson Hutchins, and dated 29 January 1887. Belmont regrets that he cannot respond to a request.
Typewritten and signed letter, dated 28 Oct. 1896, and addressed to John Brisben Walker. Brisbane states, "I replied by telegram to your letter of to-day. I shall be very glad to have the article which you are good enough to suggest. I hope we can get the matter not later than Thursday, so it may be put in type and carefully corrected before publication."
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 1 March 1869, and addressed to Mr. Waters. Bundy writes that the bearer of this letter has his complete confidence.
Letter and an envelope, 1903
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 26 March 1903, and addressed to Barton O. Aylesworth. Baldwin writes about where biographical information can be found on him.
Letter, note, portrait, newspaper clipping, and an envelope, 1892-1894
Handwritten and signed letters, dated 26 Dec. 1890 and 7 Jan. 1891, and addressed to "Mr. Walker," probably John Brisben Walker, editor of Cosmopolitan magazine. Atwood writes about his publications for Cosmopolitan.
Handwritten and signed letters. Bacheller writes to "Dear Mr. Walker" (probably John Brisben Walker) on 14 March 1898 concerning how the circulation of an unnamed periodical may be increased. Bacheller suggests they hire a "first class solicitor" to help. Also included is a missive addressed to "Mr. Fynn" and dated 20 Nov. of an unspecified year. Bacheller writes, "I called it Darrel because he was the dominant figure of the book and indeed it's hero."
Handwritten, typewritten, and signed letters addressed to John Brisben Walker. Bryce writes on 2 Jan. 1891 that he would like to publish an article submitted by Walker. Bryce writes on 16 July 1892 asking Walker to meet him at Delmonicos for lunch.
Three handwritten, typewritten and signed letters; addressed to E. B. Morgan; and dated 16 Nov. and 18 Dec. 1896 and 8 Feb. 1897. Burgess thanks Morgan for sending quotations to him. Also included are the envelopes in which the items were sent.