Low, W. Gilman.Bryn Mawr College1 item (1 p.) ;TLS. "We most certainly would have no objection to your republishing THE MIND of WORDSWORTH in your PROVOCATIVE LECTURES ON LIFE AND LITERATURE."Contact InformationCatalog Record
Johns, J. G. P. O.Bryn Mawr College1 item (1 p.) ;ALS. Johns sends Housman a photograph of a portrait of his great-grandfather, the Rev. Robert Housman, along with "some correspondence which bears upon it."Contact InformationCatalog Record
Beringer, Esmé, 1875-1972.Bryn Mawr College1 item (2 p.) ;ALS. "I did enjoy playing [Giacomina] so ... In fact E.B. disappeared altogether & your beautiful character was there instead."Contact InformationCatalog Record
Fraser, Claud Lovat, 1890-1921.Bryn Mawr College4 items ;2 ALsS & 2 APcS. Writes that he longs to return to Letchworth to visit friends: "You must buy this month's Bookman and read what it says about me in it. It has reproduced my caricature of Zangwill." With 2 APcS sending greetings and two small sketches, one a self-portrait. Another sketch by another hand is included.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Macfall, Haldane, 1860-1928.Bryn Mawr College1 item (2 p. on 2 leaves) ;AMsS. Essay begins "Of the brilliant group of romantic painters" and ends "but the voice is the voice of the artist." Internal evidence dates the essay ca. 1916.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Stanton, H. H. (Horace Hughes)Bryn Mawr College4 items (12 p. on 4 double sheets) ;4 ALsS. Stanton writes of domestic life and several bouts of illness which have affected output of his work. In the 1886 letter, Stanton thanks Grundy for a copy of the Mercury: "I was glad to read your remarks about the R.A. voting--you are right about the paintings, with a motive being the most popular and getting the greatest amount of votes." Several small sketches are integrated into the letters.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Haydon, Benjamin Robert, 1786-1846.Bryn Mawr College1 item (1 p. on double sheet) ;ALS. "I am going to have a new Raffle ... the great prize--the Heroine of Saragossa firing the cannon during the War of Independence ... May I hope you will try your chance a 3rd time."Contact InformationCatalog Record
Lewis, Mary H.Bryn Mawr College1 item (together 7 p.) ;ALS. Writing to her sister, Lizzie, in care of her father, Thomas J. Chew, Lewis describes her travels in Germany with her husband. Among other things, she comments on touring the Jewish ghetto of Frankfort. "I can comprehend now something of the persecution which the Jews have suffered in Europe but never before had fancied any thing so repelling for a dwelling as were the houses in their quarter."Contact InformationCatalog Record
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