James Bryce letters and engraved portrait, 1889-1915.

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Bryce, James Bryce, Viscount, 1838-1922. James Bryce letters and engraved portrait, 1889-1915.

James Bryce letters and engraved portrait, 1889-1915.

The collection consists of three items: letter to Professor Macy, 28 Dec. 1889, commenting on previous correspondence, including his writing, his critics, and English government, with a question about the Democrats in Iowa and the impact on American politics; letter to My dear Emma, 28 June 1915, responding to her letter with a report of the conditions in wartime England, mentioning some American friends; also, engraved portrait print, undated, engraving by T. Johnson, after a photograph by J.D. Hilton.

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Macy, Jesse, 1842-1919

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Bryce, James Bryce, Viscount, 1838-1922

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James Bryce, 1st Viscount Bryce, was a British writer, historian and statesman. Born in Belfast, he was educated at Glasgow University and later Oxford, he practiced law briefly, but returned to Oxford as a professor of civil law. He served in Parliament for many years, and held several government positions, including Ambassador to the United States. A renowned historian, he was also a productive writer of travel books, law tracts, and political theory. Universally admired and liked, an obituary...