Letter, 1909, January 9, Aldeburgh, England, to H. M. Schroeter, Los Angeles.


Letter, 1909, January 9, Aldeburgh, England, to H. M. Schroeter, Los Angeles.

Gives information in answer to Schroeter's typed request for suggestions for his bibliography of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam.

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