Letters to "My dear Phillips" and Mr. Brady, 1895-1896.


Warman, Cy, 1855-1914. Letters to "My dear Phillips" and Mr. Brady, 1895-1896.

Letters to "My dear Phillips" and Mr. Brady, 1895-1896.

November 29, 1895, letter from Cy Warman to J.S. Phillips compliments Phillips on the Christmas issue of the magazine (McClure's) and mentions manuscripts he has mailed to McClure's as well as articles he has written about railroad people: Jay Gould, George Pullman and those in progress about Russell Sage and Hettie Green. Also mentions that his rheumatism has slowed work on two rail romances he is writing. Includes magazine drawing of Warman. March 10, 1896, letter from Cy Warman to Mr. Brady discusses in detail the particulars of the bicycle he wishes to purchase with Mr. Brady's help.

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