Autograph letters signed to Owen Fawcett from various correspondents [manuscript], 1859-1904.


Autograph letters signed to Owen Fawcett from various correspondents [manuscript], 1859-1904.

Correspondents: J.W. Albaugh, Charles Leslie Allen, Walter Baynham, Charles E. Bu[n?]nell, W.H. Bowditch, Theodore Bromley, Charles K. Burns, Bartley Campbell, W.A. Chapman, Arthur B. Chase, J.S. Clarke, Frank Clements, Augustin Daly, Thomas Davey, William Davidge, J.C. Duff, Ada Dyas, Hy Edwards, R.M. Field, Stephen Fiske, J.C. Foster, Daniel Frohman, Vaughan Glaser, T.H. Glenney, Hamilton Griffin, J.C. Hall, C.B. Hanford, W.B. Lawrence, J.H. McVicker, John Malone, John L. Mathews, Frank Mayo, John Moore, J.D. Murphy, National Polish Society, Charles Pope, J.T. Raymond, John Rich, John Rickaby, J.W. Rosenquest, J.H. Selwyn, Mr. and Mrs. G.E.A.T. Sothern, Lytton Sothern, Fred Stinson, R.F. Trevellick, and Harry Williams. Some letters undated. Also included is a letter from Emma Courtaine to J.H. Stoddart.

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