Autograph letter signed from Julia W. Howe, Boston, to Adam Badeau, Rudd & Carleton, 130 Grand St., New York [manuscript], 19th century December 23.

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Howe, Julia Ward, 1819-1910,. Autograph letter signed from Julia W. Howe, Boston, to Adam Badeau, Rudd & Carleton, 130 Grand St., New York [manuscript], 19th century December 23.

Autograph letter signed from Julia W. Howe, Boston, to Adam Badeau, Rudd & Carleton, 130 Grand St., New York [manuscript], 19th century December 23.

Has found her copy of Hippolytus and is sending it to him, along with a letter and play. She also comments on a recent visit from Mr. [Edwin?] Booth.

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Rudd & Carleton

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Hippolytus, Antipope, approximately 170-235 or 236

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