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...
May 20 1912
At the Buffalo Conference, Rev. Wm. A. Prosser, 4648 2nd Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa., was elected General Secretary, succeeding Rev. Wm. A. Ward, resigned. At the present time he has urgent need of a roster of all members, both of...
Nat thanks Marjorie for the cigarettes that made the worst artillery bombardment he has ever seen bearable. Asks Marjorie to write him a letter so he can write back to her. Also asks for a picture or two.
Paul writes that it has been one year since the fascists invaded Spain. He also mentions that some brigaders have just come from Palestine, expelled because they were communists. They say that Palestine is in the worst economic crisis of its...
Five-page letter dated August 20, 1866, from A. P. Aldrich in Barnwell, South Carolina, to Lysander Spooner [of Boston, Massachusetts] regarding the economic hardships faced by the South during the reconstruction era.
Abolitionists--Massachusetts--Boston; Abolitionists--Massachusetts--Athol; Currency question--United States; Free banking--United States
Four-page letter dated March 5, 1846, from Lysander Spooner in Athol [Massachusetts] to George Bradburn in Boston, responding to cirticisms of his book [The Unconstitutionality of Slavery] and discussing the concept of "free banking" in the United...
George thanks Marjorie for her last letter and the ten cigarettes she sent. They came in handy during the worst artillery fire George has yet seen. He tries to give Marjorie a description of Harry Hakam, but suggests she read between the lines of...