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ROBERT HERRICK - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 12/12/1913 - HFSID 341355

ROBERT HERRICK Rare handwritten, signed letter from the author to a friend, saying that he has returned to New York and would like to go over articles he suggested be put into the Independent Autograph letter signed: "Robert Herrick", in black ink, 4½x7. December 12, 1913. New York.

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Condition: slightly soiled
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ROBERT HERRICK
Rare handwritten, signed letter from the author to a friend, saying that he has returned to New York and would like to go over articles he suggested be put into the Independent
Autograph letter signed: "Robert Herrick", in black ink, 4½x7. December 12, 1913. New York. In full: "My dear Mrs. Holt: I have returned to New York + shall be here for the next fortnight. I shall be glad to talk over with you those articles I suggested for your use in the "Independent". Faithfully yours". Robert Herrick (1868-1938) was an American novelist who was a part of the realist movement, writing novels pertaining to the inequalities and difficulties of Industrialism. A graduate of Harvard, Herrick wrote several novels in his life, among them The World Decision, Web of Life, and The Memoirs of an American Citizen. Many of his novels were written while working as a literature professor at the University of Chicago. Later in life, Herrick briefly served as the acting-Governor of the United States Virgin Islands while former Governor Paul Martin Pearson was involved in a political scandal. Normal mailing fold. Toned. Slightly soiled. Corners slightly worn and creased. Otherwise, fine condition.

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