February 23, 1915.
Mrs. Catherine Markham,
West New Brighton,
Staten Island, New York.
My dear Mrs. Markham:-
Thank you for your kind letter with its information about Mr. Markham. I am glad that he is able to be in California to help with the...
April 23, 1925.
To FRIENDS OF THE RADICAL AND LABOR MOVEMENT:
The American Fund for Public Service has voted to finance the publication of a series of standard works of literature and education in the service...
5 Via Benedetto da Maiano,
S. Domenico di Fiesole,
September 2, 1912.
Prof. Jno Ward Stimson,
I cannot tell you how sorry we were not to have come to you in...
June 9th, 1929.
Dear Mr. Markham:
I have been keeping your letter (as I know you are not home yet,) waiting for the Bush of Brotherhood to blossom so I could send you some of the leaves. And that is well for now I can tell you more of Dr. Scott’s...
Mr. Edward Markham,
New York City
Esteemed Friend and Fellow Worker: I am sending you under separate cover a copy of Oklahoma’s New Constitution which I hope will meet with your approval. I have heard that the Boston...
PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT OF AUTUMN CONFERENCE OF THE INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCIALIST SOCIETY to be held at BELLPORT, LONG ISLAND September 18-24, 1917.
You are cordially invited to attend the Autumn Conference of the Intercollegiate...
Four-page letter and envelope from Gerrit Smith in Peterboro [New York] to Lysander Spooner in Worcester [Massachusetts] dated April 2, 1850, in which Smith responds to Spooner's accusations of copyright infringement.
Broadway and 34th Street. Interior view of Koster and Bail's Music Hall from the stage toward the audience. Six levels of seating are visible including ornate box seats, mezzanine seating and high balcony bench-style seating. A prominent vaudeville...
Canal [presumably Erie Canal], boats and houses looking towards Shay Street. Printing information: card number (No. 86.) [indicated on front side only]. Written message (Thanks for pretty card, come again mem no 1032 - 1261 Oct 31st, 1906)....
An image taken from the stage toward a two-level auditorium filled with theatre goers, Broadway at West 39th Street. The orchestra pit and its members are all visible. The audience is well dressed, many men in evening wear. Designed by...