Letters to James B. Pinker, post-1903-1934.

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Letters to James B. Pinker, post-1903-1934.

The collection consists of letters addressed to 20th century literary agent James B. Pinker or to his sons, Eric and Ralph, from a number of literary figures. The letters mostly discuss business matters handled through Pinker's London or New York offices.

61 pieces.1 box.

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