Winter, William, 1836-1917
- Existence: 1836 - 1917
Found in 36 Collections and/or Records:
Letter : 17 Third Ave., Fox Hill, New Brighton, Staten Island, New York, to C. R. Deacon, 1892 Jan 10
ALS declining an invitation to a dinner at the Clover Club, giving the reason that it is "the saddest anniversary in [his] life." Accompanied by reproduction of a portrait of Winter by Frank D. Millet.
ALS explaining his absence from a tribute for Jefferson at the Authors Club.
Letter : 46 (Old Number 17) Third Avenue, New Brighton, Staten Island, New York, to Mr. S. M. Sayler, Huntington, Indiana, 1910 Apr 30
TLS advising the recipient's son [Oliver M. Sayler?], who is just starting out as a journalist and theatre critic, that it is a difficult life and he would do better for himself as a creative writer.
ALS, with envelope, agreeing to send autographs as Wetherbee requested.
LS concerning an address given by Henry Irving at Harvard in March of 1885.
ALS thanking Rust for a pair of gloves and a copy of a book by John Muir.
ALS thanking Brown for books, and concerning a "series of performances for the Poe monument" in 1878.
ALS originally submitting a poem to the Cambridge Chronicle, and reminding Baldwin of a previous letter asking for employment by the paper.
ALS concerning proofs for his Wreath & Laurel.
ALS regarding a production of Cymbeline which will star Miss [Viola] Allen, and Winter's "An Acting Edition of Cymbeline."
Accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope, addressed to Winter's Staten Island home, and a scrapbook of clippings about Winter, annotated [by Frank J. Wilstach?].
LS dictated by Winter, encouraging Wetherbee to make the most of an upcoming trip to Europe.
ALS promising to send a tribute to Oliver Wendell Holmes and encouraging Wetherbee to see places associated with British history while in London. Accompanied by an envelope, tipped to the second leaf.
ALS, with envelope, sending a copy of a poem (no longer present) to Oliver Wendell Holmes.
ALS denying a rumor that he is retiring from the "Tribune," and mentioning a book he would like to publish some day.
ALS acknowledging receipt of a letter indicating that the poem "Thistle down" was accepted for publication. Winter states that he has not received a payment that was said to have been sent and asks to see proofs when they are available.
ALS, on letterhead of the New York Tribune, advising the recipient against an undertaking relating to a "fraud" and recommending he contact Bayard Taylor for information.