Bacheller, Irving, 1859-1950
- Existence: 1859-09-26 - 1950-02-24
Irving Bacheller (1859-1950), American novelist and journalist
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
ALS sharing ideas for a headpiece for an unidentified work featuring charging cavalry.
Letter : Canton, N. Y., to Richard Watson Gilder, The Century Company, Union Square, New York City, 1900 Dec 26
TLS concerning an upcoming event.
ALS inquiring about Zabriskie's health after a trip to the hospital, sharing news concerning the publication of an unidentified book, and commenting on old age. Accompanied by a manuscript note by Zabriskie recalling memories of Bacheller.
ALS offering for republication "Whispering Bill," a war story first published in 1890 in The Independent by Bliss Carmen.
ALS, on letterhead of the Century Club, 7 West Forty-Third Street, New York, mentioning completion of a novel. With envelope.
ANS asking a Mr. Macdonald to respond to a request of 1932 Apr 28 by Albert W. H. Hirsch of the Southern Art Engraving Company for a portrait of Bacheller for a publication of Florida's most distinguished citizens.
The ANS is written on the bottom of the TLS from Hirsch.