Methods of authors papers, 1884.


Methods of authors papers, 1884.

Comprise responses to a questionnaire from Dr. Erichsen seeking information from American, English, French, and German writers, which he used in writing his "Methods of authors" (Boston, Writer Pub. Co., 1894). The German letters, addressed to Amalie Rudolph, are in a separate group.

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