MAUD BALLINGTON BOOTH - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 04/20/1910 - HFSID 80727
MAUD B. BOOTH. TLS: "Maud B. Booth," 1p, 6x3¾. New York City, 1910 April 10. One of the founders of the Parent-Teachers Association and General of the Volunteers of America (1940-1948), Booth writes to Mrs. Thompson.
Sale Price $288.00
MAUD B. BOOTH. TLS: "Maud B. Booth," 1p, 6x3¾. New York City, 1910 April 10. One of the founders of the Parent-Teachers Association and General of the Volunteers of America (1940-1948), Booth writes to Mrs. Thompson. In full: "I thank you very much for your kind invitation to speak at your Club in Chicago. I do not know at present what my winter engagements will be but there is quite a possibility that I may be in Chicago in October or November. May I suggest that you write me again on this matter in September or the first of October when I shall better be able to arrange my plans. I suppose you will not be adverse to my making a plea for my work as I very much want to interest Chicago people in practically helping me." Typed on an early script typeface typewriter. Booth helped her husband, Ballington Booth (son of the founder of the Salvation Army) in founding the Volunteers of America. Fine condition.
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