Correspondence with an editor, Bruges, Belgium, Mr. Jackson, April 23, California St., and Editor of the North American Review June 4, 1902 ; 2 Photographs. 1902-1933.

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Atherton, Gertrude Franklin Horn, 1857-1948. Correspondence with an editor, Bruges, Belgium, Mr. Jackson, April 23, California St., and Editor of the North American Review June 4, 1902 ; 2 Photographs.

Correspondence with an editor, Bruges, Belgium, Mr. Jackson, April 23, California St., and Editor of the North American Review June 4, 1902 ; 2 Photographs. 1902-1933.

Two photographs of the author as a young woman with her hair up; one is inscribed For Mr. Heathcote and dated 1930, by Atherton. The other is dated 1931 and signed by Atherton; mounted in white matte board. A note replying to a request for a story for a new magazine and sending her address for future correspondence, date illegible. Letter to Joseph Henry Jackson commenting on "proletarian novels" and praising "As the earth turns" by Gladys Hasty Carroll. Comments on his upcoming flight from California to New York, a long journey at the time. Letter to the Editor of the North American Review defending her research and work on Alexander Hamilton, particularly against reviewers.

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