Hodgson, Ralph, 1871-1962.Bryn Mawr College1 item (1 p.) ;AMs. Six-line poem begins "October is beginning." Signed with the name of Hodgson's dog Mooster. Given to John Drinkwater.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Macfall, Haldane, 1860-1928.Bryn Mawr College1 item (4 p. on double sheet) ;ALS. Discusses his fees and procedures for making bookplates, particularly one using a Gordon Craig woodcut.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Orn, Robert.Bryn Mawr College1 item (2 p.) ;ALS. Writes to recommend the appointment of Findley Patterson as Quarter Master in the 2nd Regiment of Pa. Volunteers rendezvousing at Pittsburgh. "Mr. Patterson is rather celebrated for his military talents and he would make an excellent officer of almost any grade."Contact InformationCatalog Record
Aronson, Helen Fraser, 1918-1972.Bryn Mawr College1 item (52 p.) ;AMs. Bound collection of her poetry written between 1936 and 1942. A note written on the title page in Aronson's hand states that "the first few verses--called The willow by the stream--are the first to be published!"Contact InformationCatalog Record
Hanwell & Hale.Bryn Mawr College1 item (2 p. on double sheet) ;ALS. "We have been desired by Mr. Thomas Powell to deliver at your residence 1 dozen of old Port ... free of charge." Goes on to carefully explain how the port should be stored.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Landseer, Edwin Henry, Sir, 1803-1873.Bryn Mawr College1 item (3 p. on double sheet) ;ALS. Thanks McConnel for offering him a second commission. "I shall be glad to have an opportunity of seeing you in my study - where you will find me engaged for the Queen - who's [sic] portrait (Equestrian) will have advanced by that time."Contact InformationCatalog Record
Trimble, Ann.Bryn Mawr College1 item (2 p.) ;ALS. Writing to her cousin during the yellow fever epidemic, Trimble details a grim list of friends and acquaintances killed or sickened by the fever.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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