Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909
Edward Everett Hale (1822-1909), American author, historian, and Unitarian minister
Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
ALS, on printed letterhead of Old and New, the People's Magazine, to "My dear friends" discussing travel in Europe.
ALS to Mr. Kimball presenting a printed circular soliciting stockholders for a new incarnation of the Unitarian publication "Old and New."
ALS to "Dear [Stone?]" concerning plans.
ALS to "My dear Sir" concerning the meetings of an unspecified group.
ALS regarding subscription options for the Sunday School Gazette.
ALS asking "Bradlee" to oversee his parish in his absence.
LS, in the hand of an amanuensis, congratulating Mr. Mordy on a new job.
ALS informing Clarke that his brother, Charles Hale, is too ill to testify or make a deposition concerning charges made by [Francis] Dainese regarding his conduct as U. S. Consul-General of Egypt in the 1860s.
ALS answering Alden's questions about Harry Wadsworth, the pen name of Frederic William Greenleaf.
ALS explaining his religious and philosophical views.
LS to "my dear sir" concerning publication of an unspecified text.
ALS discussing church business.
ALS mentioning Mary Stuart, Plutarch, and the Arabian Nights.
ALS thanking Mrs. Ward for her sympathy.
ALS concerning an unspecified event.
ALS to "my dear sir" confirming a meeting the following month.
ALS replying to a speaking invitation.
ALS sharing travel plans.
ALS discussing copyright and granting permission to quote from a sermon.
Two LS, possibly in the hand of an amanuensis, one to "Miss Dole," returning a submission (no longer present), and one to "Miss Farmer," providing advice.