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Dated June 29, 1917, "Of course I remember meeting you in Marion...about (illegible name), I am sure a man as good as that will be wanted by his own country. Being an Englishman he will naturally see the war from an Englishman's viewpoint. During the war each country will develope its own artists." He continues in this vein for two more pages. Gibson's evocations of female beauty in the 1890's and 1910's came to be called "Gibson Girls". Two conjugate leaves, four pages, an inch separation at the top of the fold. In Very Good condition.
Title: Autograph Letter, Signed, to Mrs. (Gretchen Osgood) Warren.
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Seller ID: gibson,charlesdana.300datedjune29,1917,ofcoursei