Correspondence with Mr. Arlo Bates, Mr. White, John Lane, Mr. Gilder, Mr. Wingate , Vivian Burnett, Mr. [Thomas?] Niles of Roberts Brothers Pub. Co., Mr. Champlin, Mrs. Bush, Mrs. Nixon, Mr. Smith, Mr. Locker-Lampson, Miss Clarke, Mrs. Otto B. Cole, and others : and holograph poems ; and 29 inscript

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Moulton, Louise Chandler, 1835-1908. Correspondence with Mr. Arlo Bates, Mr. White, John Lane, Mr. Gilder, Mr. Wingate , Vivian Burnett, Mr. [Thomas?] Niles of Roberts Brothers Pub. Co., Mr. Champlin, Mrs. Bush, Mrs. Nixon, Mr. Smith, Mr. Locker-Lampson, Miss Clarke, Mrs. Otto B. Cole, and others : and holograph poems ; and 29 inscriptions from books formerly owned by Moulton and one newspaper clipping; letters to Mrs. Moulton from F.W.H. Myers and Basil Wilberforce.

Correspondence with Mr. Arlo Bates, Mr. White, John Lane, Mr. Gilder, Mr. Wingate , Vivian Burnett, Mr. [Thomas?] Niles of Roberts Brothers Pub. Co., Mr. Champlin, Mrs. Bush, Mrs. Nixon, Mr. Smith, Mr. Locker-Lampson, Miss Clarke, Mrs. Otto B. Cole, and others : and holograph poems ; and 29 inscriptions from books formerly owned by Moulton and one newspaper clipping; letters to Mrs. Moulton from F.W.H. Myers and Basil Wilberforce. 1880-1907.

Includes: 31 letters to Arlo Bates, 20 letters to John Lane, 4 letters to Mr. Niles, and letters to various other correspondents. Several holograph poems are included. Few letters dated; other dates inferred by subject matter.

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