"man Without A Country" Author Edward Everett Hale - Four Autograph Ltrs Signed For Sale
Edward Everett Hale (1822-1909) Author and Unitarian clergyman. His famous short novel, The
Man without a Country, was published anonymously in the Atlantic
Monthly in 1863. Four autograph letters signed, “Edw. E. Hale” and “E. E. Hale,” in pencil, two on personal stationery to presumably
to his sons teacher, Miss Watson. “…I
kept the boys home…Dr. Brickingham says they are all right.” “…Please send
Edward home as soon after twelve as you can….” “…If the boys can be excused at
recess so that they can go and see the parade I shall be pleased…” and “…Rob has been shut up with an annoying
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"man Without A Country" Author Edward Everett Hale - Four Autograph Ltrs Signed: $250