Letters of Ida M. Tarbell [manuscript] 1898-1909.

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Tarbell, Ida M. (Ida Minerva), 1857-1944. Letters of Ida M. Tarbell [manuscript] 1898-1909.

Letters of Ida M. Tarbell [manuscript] 1898-1909.

Miss Tarbell sends George Rice an autographed copy of "Standard oil" and comments on another author's plagiarism of the book, and the possibility that the Dept. of Commerce & Labor will take action against Standard Oil. She also thanks Fannie Hardy Eckstorm for a letter to S.S. McClure concerning [the Standard Oil?] book. In addition she invites Curtis Brady for a visit, and asks him to arrange transportation for W.H. Garland; thanks Thomas Lansing? Masson for birthday greetings; and requests Emanuel Hertz to supply her with a list of Jewish writers on Lincoln.

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