Autograph letter signed from Eric Mackay to Mr. Moy Thomas [manuscript], 1892 November 18.


Autograph letter signed from Eric Mackay to Mr. Moy Thomas [manuscript], 1892 November 18.

Mackay mentions sending Thomas a copy of his "Love letters of a violinist," and writes that he would be glad to see Thomas if he passes his way. Mackay just read his most interesting account of King Lear in the Graphic.

1 item ; 18 x 12 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7525430

Folger Shakespeare Library

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