N.Y., Jan. 24/02.
Dear Mr. Markham,
I was more than pleased to get your kind note, - the more so because I feel I hardly deserved it. The article is very superficial, and was written during a stress of other work. I am not particularly proud of...
July 1st 1918.
Edwin Markham Esq.,
92 Waters Avenue
West New Brighton
We took great pleasure in mailing you some copies of our May number six weeks ago. In it we published your beautiful poem “Slaves of the Drug.” We made it...
Fair. Discoloration throughout. Information written in ink and pencil throughout. This catalogue has been washed and deacidified and rebound in an acid-free sleeve. Full measurements: 20.6 cm (H) x 14.2 cm (W).
Cliffs;Flags;Ice Floes;Passengers;Black & white postcards;Iceboats;Lifeboats;Tugboats;Rivers;
Crew members of the tugboat "Hercules" and another tugboat (name indiscernible) watch while the two boats break through ice in Coxsackie, NY. Both boats feature seagull-like ornaments. Caption located in blank space at side of card.
View of the harbor in Buffalo, N.Y. Two rowboats can be seen in the foreground, one carrying four passengers and the other manned by a single rower. Many boats are in the harbor, including three large ships, one of which is emitting a plume of...
Drawbridges;Men;Passengers;Canals;Stairways;Railings;Power houses;Pedestrian bridges;Buildings;Commercial facilities;Logs;Smokestacks; Trails & paths; Trees; Black & white postcards; Canal boats;Towpaths
Front caption reads "LIFTBRIDGE WATERFORD N.Y." The main feature of the postcard is a canal boat in the Champlain Canal named "WONDER of NEW. YORK." (with a decorative mark on the right side of that moniker). There appear to be three men on the...
Front caption reads: "N.Y.C.R.R. Bridge and Erie Canal: Newark, N.Y." The main feature of the card is a train on a bridge, riding across the canal. There is a large plume trailing the train. The scene around the train is a pastoral, and tranquil....