Two Autograph Letters Signed - Ann Sophia Stephens

Stephens, Ann Sophia

Published by Washington, D. C., 1868
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Title: Two Autograph Letters Signed - Ann Sophia ...

Publisher: Washington, D. C.

Publication Date: 1868

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: Collectible-Fine


In black ink. One dated October 23 (3 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches); the other October 25 (5 x 8). In these two letters to an unnamed friend, Stephens writes first to vehemently deny her involvement in a lawsuit and, in the second, to report on the suit's legal maneuvering. Stephens was one of the best known writers in New York in the 1840's, was a contemporary of Edgar Allen Poe and wrote the first dime novel for Beadle and Company: "Malaeska" (1860). Bookseller Inventory # 13932

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