Correspondence with James D. Chapman, July 15, 1895, Pacific Beach, San Diego Co., Calif. and Edgar S. Werner, Pacific Beach, Calif., April 22, 1896 and March 26, 1896, Mrs. Cora DePrey, May 29, 1911, San Diego, Cal. ; final stanza of "Curfew must not ring tonight", May 18, 1887, San Antonio, Texas,

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Thorpe, Rose Hartwick, 1850-1939. Correspondence with James D. Chapman, July 15, 1895, Pacific Beach, San Diego Co., Calif. and Edgar S. Werner, Pacific Beach, Calif., April 22, 1896 and March 26, 1896, Mrs. Cora DePrey, May 29, 1911, San Diego, Cal. ; final stanza of "Curfew must not ring tonight", May 18, 1887, San Antonio, Texas, Final stanza, Sept. 14, 1889, Pacific Beach, Cal., "Curfew must not ring tonight", Oct. 1930, San Diego, California ; autograph card / Rose H. Thorpe.

Correspondence with James D. Chapman, July 15, 1895, Pacific Beach, San Diego Co., Calif. and Edgar S. Werner, Pacific Beach, Calif., April 22, 1896 and March 26, 1896, Mrs. Cora DePrey, May 29, 1911, San Diego, Cal. ; final stanza of "Curfew must not ring tonight", May 18, 1887, San Antonio, Texas, Final stanza, Sept. 14, 1889, Pacific Beach, Cal., "Curfew must not ring tonight", Oct. 1930, San Diego, California ; autograph card / Rose H. Thorpe. 1887-1911.

Note to Chapman explaining a charge of $3.00 for requests for autographed holograph copies of her poem "Curfew must not ring tonight." Letter to Werner asking him to publish her photograph in his magazine; in exchange she will send some recitation poems to be published in his magazine. Refers also to a "national convention" in Detroit. April 22 note enclosing a recitation, "The soldier's reprieve" and an electrotype of her portrait (Neither included here). Final stanza of "Curfew must not ring tonight" signed with "Respectfully yours", signature, San Antonio, Texas, May 18, 1887. Final Stanza of "Curfew ...", Pacific Beach, Cal., Sept. 14, 1889. Letter to Mrs. Cora DePrey regretting she has not enough space to receive a book. Entire poem "Curfew must not ring tonight", holograph on 6 leaves. Card "Sincerely yours, Rose Hartwick Thorpe."

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