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Dated New York, May 21, 1901, to Rev. Harold Pattison of Hartford, CT. A letter promoting P.F. Collier's "World's Greatest Literature" series: "I take great pleasure in advising you that your name has been selected by our Library Committee as one entitled to all the privileges to be extended to.....If you will sign and return the enclosed card (no longer present).....full details will be furnished without expense or obligation to you." The series lasted just two years, but Collier tried again in 1909 with "The Harvard Classics", which was a huge success. Hawthorne, son of Nathaniel, would spend a year in federal prison a few years later for his fund raising activities in the Temagami Mine scam. One page. Paper browned, a little chipped, conspicuous mounting stains show through from the back. A Good letter.
Title: Typed Letter, Signed.
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: hawthorne,julian.90datednewyork,may21,1901,torev