COLE YOUNGER Writing from prison in Stillwater, Minnesota shortly before his release, he thanks a state senator who helped to secure it. "Time will prove whether we are worthy or not ..." Autograph Letter signed: "Cole Younger", 1 page, 7½x9½. Stillwater, Minnesota, 1910 March 31. To "Hon. M. G. Daly, Senate Chambers, St Paul, Minnesota". In full: "My Noble friend - Your kind favor was received yesterday Eve. Many thanks for the kind words and let me assure you and all the Noble Members of the Senate and House and old friends that we appreciate your good work in behalf of humanity with all our heart. And time will prove whether we were worthy of that. I hope Mrs Daly and the [Illegible] Children are well and happy and believe me all ways your true and grateful but informant friend". Accompanied by original mailing envelope addressed in Younger's hand. Also accompanied by a copy of a typed letter signed by M. J. Daly, son of the Senator Michael J. Daly to whom Younger was writing, describing visiting Younger in prison in the company of his father, and a visit my Younger to the Daly home in Perham, Minnesota following his relief. (A copy of a photo of the Daly home is also included. read more...
Explorers & Western Americana | Poems
CAPTAIN JACK "THE POET SCOUT" CRAWFORD He pens this poem dated in 1914, adding his signature Autograph Poem Signed: "J.W. Crawford/'(Capt Jack)'", 1p, 5x7½. Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 1914 March 7. Headed: "Greeting:". read more...
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CAPTAIN JACK "THE POET SCOUT" CRAWFORD He pens this poem in black ink to an admirer Autograph Poem inscribed and signed: "Yours Truly/J.W. Crawford/Capt Jack" in pencil, 1p, 5¼x8. Headed: "Acrostical/To Mary". read more...
Sale Price $450.00