Autograph letter signed : Tokyo, to Emil Gullman, 1900 June 16.


Autograph letter signed : Tokyo, to Emil Gullman, 1900 June 16.

Thanking him for a box of "most curious cigars." Discussing Gullman's travels, noting "I don't know where else you can go, unless it be to the North & South Pole, -- or the Cannibal Islands," and wondering "who would have dreamed this possible, even fifty years ago?" Discussing the improbability of publishing his earlier works, and hoping to send him a new book soon. Describing the Prince Imperial's wedding, and giving a biographical sketch of the bride. Discussing the spreading pest (i.e., plague) pandemic, and noting that Gullman left China "just in time."

1 item (5 p.) ; 20.4 cm. + envelope.


SNAC Resource ID: 7884076

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