Description[Authors] Upton Sinclair Typed Letter Signed (1919); Julian Hawthorne Typed Letter Signed (1908); and Edwin Markham Autograph Letter Signed (1908). Concerning various literary-related topics. All are near fine to fine.
Upton Sinclair Typed Letter Signed. One page, 8.5" x 5.5", November 20, 1919, Pasadena, California, to Edgar Selden asking for help with the return of his play, Millennium. Fine.
Julian Hawthorne Typed Letter Signed. Two pages, 8.5" x 11", September 9, 1908, New York, on personal letterhead, to S. Merrill concerning his new ore mining business endeavor, which would land him in prison five years later. Both pages have completely separated at the mid-horizontal fold; otherwise, fine.
Edwin Markham Autograph Letter Signed. One page (postcard), 3.25" x 5.5", January 26, 1908, Westerleigh Park, Staten Island, to "Mr. Corbett" of the Reliance Book Store, New York City, asking for help locating "an old book of verses by Henry S. Cornwell". Toned and fine.
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