MANUSCRIPT. Four notes in secretarial hand, to Mitchell’s lawyer. Silas Weir MITCHELL.
MANUSCRIPT. Four notes in secretarial hand, to Mitchell’s lawyer.

MANUSCRIPT. Four notes in secretarial hand, to Mitchell’s lawyer.

Philadelphia: Sept. 30th 1879; Dec. 10th 1879; Jan. 1st 1881; March 26th 1881. FIRST EDITION. Item #11766

1. LS to unknown woman. Philadelphia, January 27, 1903. 3 pages on single folded sheet, 204 x 127 mm. Mitchell states that he is unable to answer all of his letters, and relies on the hand of his secretary to write them. He also speaks of his trip to Japan and his presentation to the Emperor. 2. ALS to unknown man. 1332 Walnut St., [nd]. 1 page, 205 x 128 mm. Small tear at fold, 2 small puncture holes, a bit browned.Mitchell speaks of a payment. 3. TLS to “Reverend Sir.” Bay Harbor, Maine, [nd]. Single sheet, folded 200 x 123 mm. Mitchell thanks him for his “kind note” and expresses his regrets at not being able to provide more information about his friend Dr. Worcester.

Price: $650.00

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