Letter : Boston, Massachusetts, to Art Hadley, Providence, Rhode Island, 1916 December 19.

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Desmond, W. D.,. Letter : Boston, Massachusetts, to Art Hadley, Providence, Rhode Island, 1916 December 19.

Letter : Boston, Massachusetts, to Art Hadley, Providence, Rhode Island, 1916 December 19.

With TLS from F. N. Doubleday (Doubleday, Page, and Co., New York) to Desmond, 1916 December 21. Both letters concern verification that Kipling signed all the copies of the Seven Seas Edition of his works. Removed from Rudyard Kipling's Plain Tales from the Hills 1886-1887 (volume 1 of a 27-volume Seven Seas Edition of Kipling's works; PR4850/F14x/*, John Hay Library, Brown University).

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