Letters, ca. 1906-1938.


Letters, ca. 1906-1938.

Acknowledges gift of Alfred Austin's Door of humility; sends manuscript of his The two grenadiers, a paraphrase of Heine, to Harold G. Rugg.

3 items ; 28 cm. or smaller.


SNAC Resource ID: 8356880

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