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Dated March 9, 1933, to "Mrs Warren", regretting that she was unable to join her for a musical performance "but in the mornings this shoemaker sticks to her last...just now work comes awfully hard. She was a prolific writer of fiction. She offers to visit on the 12th, and mentions the pleasure at seeing her at "Edith Wendell's - I feel as if, out of the Past, a friendly hand had touched mine!" and wishes to have a talk with her mother, Margaret Cushing Osgood (author of "The City Without Walls" (1932). Mrs Warren was Mrs Fiske (Gretchen Osgood) Warren; her husband was Frederick Fiske Warren, a businessman and proponent of Henry George's Single Tax system, from a prominent Boston family. Both Warren's were philanthropic toward the arts. One sheet, two pages, folded in the middle. In Fine condition.
Title: Autograph Letter, Signed.
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: deland,margaret.62.50datedmarch9,1933,tomrswarre