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Letter to H.P. Chandler Edit


Component Unique Identifier
Item 270
Level of Description


  • 1893 October 13 (label)


  • Scope and Contents

    Original letter and one typed transcript. Written in London. Explains how his extended stay in England has been beneficial to his health. Difficulty in finding Chandler's poetry book (for a "Lady friend") Conveys observations of the English Conference as it compares to the General Convention. Tries to assist with Chandler's poetry book (Parents' Year Book) request. People, places, and publications mentioned: 147 Camdon Road, N. W. London; [i]The Lover's Year-Book of Poetry[/i]; Osgood's (publisher); Hatchard's (bookshop); the Robertses; the English Conference; the General Convention; the Church; [i]The Parents' Year-Book";[/i] Alice Meynell (poet), and Grace (Chandler) and children-- "the Graces, & the boys."