Autograph letters signed and initialed from Harriet McEwen Kimball to William Winter [manuscript], 1857-1912.

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Kimball, Harriet McEwen, 1834-1917,. Autograph letters signed and initialed from Harriet McEwen Kimball to William Winter [manuscript], 1857-1912.

Autograph letters signed and initialed from Harriet McEwen Kimball to William Winter [manuscript], 1857-1912.

The letters are mostly addressed from Portsmouth, New Hampshire. (43), (55) and (122) are incomplete letters. (123) is a manuscript poem, "Beautiful hands," signed from "A.H.H." The verso contains several annotations. One, "The hands of Blanche Willis Howard and Harriet McEwen Kimball." Another note on the verso in Winter's hand: "This MS is in the hand-writing of Harriet Mc Ewen Kimball. William Winter." Winter also notes that the poem was written by Mrs. Annette Hubbard Hobson of Berkeley, California, and that he received the poem on September 7, 1910. First line: Two hands I know of dainty mould. (124) is a manuscript poem, "The Procession," signed by Harriet Mc Ewen Kimball and addressed from: Portsmouth, N.H. Undated. First line: Through one mysterious gate not far away.

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