Correspondence, 1895-1924.


Crane, Stephen, 1871-1900. Correspondence, 1895-1924.

Correspondence, 1895-1924.

Letters to Amy Leslie, some referring to involvement in Cuban filibustering expedition of 1895; letters to Joseph Conrad, William Crane, and to his publishers. Correspondence between Amy Leslie and W.B. Hawkins on financial matters. Correspondence between J.B. Pinker and Crane's publishers, relating to publication of his works. Correspondence of Cora H. Crane, relative to settlement of Crane's estate.

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