Autograph letter signed from William L. Keese, New York, to Thomas Nast [manuscript], 1899 May 31.

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Keese, William L. (William Linn), 1835-1904,. Autograph letter signed from William L. Keese, New York, to Thomas Nast [manuscript], 1899 May 31.

Autograph letter signed from William L. Keese, New York, to Thomas Nast [manuscript], 1899 May 31.

Keese has received the proof of Burton as Toodles. On letterhead of 810 Fifth Avenue, New York.

1 leaf ; 28 x 21 cm.

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