Miscellaneous manuscripts, 1905-1940, n.d.

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Hall, Bolton, 1854-1938. Miscellaneous manuscripts, 1905-1940, n.d.

Miscellaneous manuscripts, 1905-1940, n.d.

Consists of letters to Bolton Hall from a number of correspondents. Also includes 2 letters to Gerard P. Herrick, one of which is from Katharine B. (Mrs. Clarence) Day; 2 letters to Mrs. Herrick from Poultney Bigelow; one card to Harold Brown from Amar Singh; and one letter to Mrs. Lois Bolton Hall from Porter Emerson Browne. The collection includes 1 postcard, 2 postal cards and 8 clipped autographs of several of Hall's correspondents.

43 items (46 leaves)

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