Papers of Clyde Fitch 1890-1908.


Papers of Clyde Fitch 1890-1908.

The collection contains several letters affirming friendship with a Mr. Fullerton and several more letters asking producers to read plays, inquiring if theaters need short plays, explaining delays in production, replying to an actress seeking parts, and returning thanks for a Christmas greeting. On the verso of one letter is the draft of a reply concerning a business proposition.

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