Autograph letters signed (18) : London, Brattleboro, etc., to W.E. Henley, 1890-1901.

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Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936. Autograph letters signed (18) : London, Brattleboro, etc., to W.E. Henley, 1890-1901.

Autograph letters signed (18) : London, Brattleboro, etc., to W.E. Henley, 1890-1901.

On literary matters.

18 items (54 p.) ; (12mo and 8vo)

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