Autograph letter signed : Saint Pierre, Martinique, to Alice Wellington Rollins, 1889 Feb. 6.


Autograph letter signed : Saint Pierre, Martinique, to Alice Wellington Rollins, 1889 Feb. 6.

Saying that he has not received her book because of "a succession of quarantines, embargoes, delays in the mail, [and] interruptions of all steam-communication"; apologizing for not writing sooner; commenting on the difficulty of working in Martinique; describing his trip to New York and noting that it is a "bewildering place" and he would "not like to think of being lost and deafened in it again"; telling her that he does "not think [he] will ever return permanently to the U.S."

1 item (4 p.) ; 22.2 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7884616

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