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Autograph Letter and Poem to Ella Sterling Mighels

Pollock, William D.

Published by San Francisco, 1922
Used Condition Collectible-Very Good No Binding
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8 x 10" closely written letter to "My dear Aunt Ella" lamenting that she hasn't written, and forwarding a poem "The Trade Winds" inspired by winds the night before. "Last night I listened to its groan and fury, and it seemed the spirit of Edgar Allen Poe was aloft upon its wings, and sang to me in such strains as these. Listen:" Nice condition, accompanied by original stamped mailing envelope. Ms. Mighels (1853-1934) is best known for her work "The Story of the Files, a Review of California Writers and Literature", (1893). Bookseller Inventory # 6484


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Title: Autograph Letter and Poem to Ella Sterling ...

Publisher: San Francisco

Publication Date: 1922

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

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