Letter, 1905 February 27, Brick House, Noroton, Connecticut [to] Catherine [Markham] / E.M. [Edwin Markham]. 1905.


Letter, 1905 February 27, Brick House, Noroton, Connecticut [to] Catherine [Markham] / E.M. [Edwin Markham]. 1905.

Markham tells his wife about a dinner with "Geo. Fred Williams, Franklin Wentworth, A. Brisbane, Leonard Abbott and others" to talk about social reform. He describes the group as largely made up of socialists with a few democrats and populists.

2 p. ; 15 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7579602

Wagner College, Horrmann Library

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