Letter [1897?] New York, to [Julian?] Hawthorne [New York?].

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Barr, Amelia Edith Huddleston, 1831-1919. Letter [1897?] New York, to [Julian?] Hawthorne [New York?].

Letter [1897?] New York, to [Julian?] Hawthorne [New York?].

Grants permission to use selections from her books, and recommends passages in her last two, "Prisoners of conscience," and "The king's highway" [both published in 1897].

[2] p. Holograph signed.

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