Autograph letters signed from Stuart Robson, Shreveport and New York, to various recipients [manuscript], 1859-1881.

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Robson, Stuart, 1836-1903,. Autograph letters signed from Stuart Robson, Shreveport and New York, to various recipients [manuscript], 1859-1881.

Autograph letters signed from Stuart Robson, Shreveport and New York, to various recipients [manuscript], 1859-1881.

(1) is addressed to Mr. Ford and concerns an application for engagement. (2), signed Robson and Crane (presumably William Crane), is a brief note to William Winter, thanking him for his good wishes in respect to their Twelfth night.

2 items ; 20 x 13 cm to 23 x 14 cm.

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Crane, William H., 1845-1928

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Winter, William, 1836-1917

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Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616

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Robson, Stuart, 1836-1903

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