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The collection consists of letter correspondence between Cormac McCarthy and fellow writer John Fergus Ryan between the years of 1975 to 1986. The writers discussed their daily life, successes, and disappointments.
In this letter, Frances Burnett informs Mr. McGee of her plans to visit Bermuda to rest before returning to her home in Long Island for the remainder of the summer and tells him when he may contact her regarding her books.
Frances Hodgson Burnett wrote this letter to a publisher regarding the omission of the last paragraph of her story "The Captain's Youngest," which was printed in Romance magazine.
In this note (possibly intended for a publisher), Frances Hodgson Burnett comments on the title and length of an article that she has written.
This collection contains correspondence from Cormac McCarthy written to his friend James "Jim" Long in Knoxville, TN. Also includes a photograph of the two, and an inscribed first edition of McCarthy's novel Suttree.
This 1976 letter from Jesse Hill Ford to Saint Harold Seligman, Esq., includes information about his and his wife's time in the Caribbean, their schedule, and Mary Jane and Edward, the lawyer, Kohrs.
Kathryn Worth wrote nineteen of the letters and cards in this collection to her publicist and friend Helen Fay. In them, she thanks Fay for her work and her kindness, tells stories about her daughter Josephine, and occasionally refers to her books. One letter, dated February 13, 1949, refuses a visit from Fay due to intense spiritual struggle beyond her inherent shyness. The collection also houses a letter from Esther to Fay dated June 22, 1960.
This collection includes 11 handwritten and typed letters from 1937-1953. The earliest letters, from the 1930s, are addressed to Henry J. W. Milley and are in relation to his work on English author Wilkie Collins. The remaining letters are addressed to Robert W. Daniel about his work. Notable correspondents to Daniel include American authors Eudora Welty, Allen Tate, and John Crowe Ransom.
This collection contains three letters, one type-written and two handwritten, addressed to Christina Scott. The letters are responses to fan mail that Scott sent to Ted Malone, a radio broadcaster, and Harold Wright, an author.
Author Thomas Stribling wrote this letter to Mr. M. H. Kowan of Columbus, Ohio in response to Kowan's request for answers to five questions, seemingly related to writing.
In a letter dated January 8, 1915, to Henry W. Jones, Dromgoole discusses a paper she sent and requests information in order to resend it.