Miscellany of Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow [manuscript] 1900-1950.

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Glasgow, Ellen Anderson Gholson, 1873-1945. Miscellany of Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow [manuscript] 1900-1950.

Miscellany of Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow [manuscript] 1900-1950.

Items removed or copied from books in Ellen Glasgow's possession include notes, clipped poems, & Christmas cards from Mary Sinton Lewis Leitch, Pierre Troubetzkoy, Amelie Rives Chanler Troubetzkoy, Van Wyck Brooks, Clare Veronica Hope Leighton, Carl Van Vechten, & Stark Young. A letter from Radclyffe Hall praises Vein of iron, two from Marjorie Kinan Rawlings, discuss her own work, Arnold Bennett, invites her to tea, Henry Louis Mencken, praises a book, Arthur Frank Swinnerton, invites her to lunch, William Babington Maxwell, sends The guarded flame to her and Sarah Agnes Rice Pry writes out a poem.

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