Autograph letters signed from Nat C. Goodwin, New York, to [Albert Marshman] Palmer [manuscript], ca. 1890.


Autograph letters signed from Nat C. Goodwin, New York, to [Albert Marshman] Palmer [manuscript], ca. 1890.

In (1) he refers to a proposed meeting between Crane, Robson, Palmer and himself. In (2) he discusses Tony Hart's situation and a desire to join the Player's Club.

2 items.


SNAC Resource ID: 7090881

Folger Shakespeare Library

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