Edwin Collins Frost papers, 1846-1967.

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Frost, Edwin Collins, 1867-1956. Edwin Collins Frost papers, 1846-1967.

Edwin Collins Frost papers, 1846-1967.

Literary, social, personal correspondence and autographs to Frost and his brother William Henry Frost (Brown class of 1886; author and journalist for the New York Tribune). The collection also includes autographs collected by William Henry Frost, and by Edwin Collins Frost after his brother's death. Includes letters and autographs from Henry Gidney Aldis, Francis Greenleaf Allison, Katharine Lee Bates, James G. Blaine, Edwin H. Blashfield, Clifford Carleton, John Corbin, Jane Cunningham Croly "Jennie June", Abby Morton Diaz, Arnold Dolmetsch, Frederick Douglass, Maud Howe Elliott, Minnie Maddern Fiske, William Goodell Frost, George Hempl, George Jacob Holyoake, Alfred H. Huth, Dame Madge Kendal, Henry Edward Krebbiel, Andrew Lang, Sir Sidney Lee, John Larkin Lincoln, Richard Mansfield, James Brander Matthews, James Fullarton Muirhead, Max O'Rell, Thomas Collier Platt, Gonzalo de Quesada, Whitelaw Reid, Richard Savage, Francis Hopkinson Smith, Charles Walter Stetson, Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree, William Winter, Sir Charles Wyndham, William Butler Yeats, and others.

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