Bret Harte Papers
|Title:||Bret Harte Papers|
|Call Number:||MS 92-23|
|Size:||0.25 linear feet|
|Acquisition:||Purchased from Sotheby's, 1989|
|Processed By:||KJC, 2-19-1992; JEF, 4-27-1998; MN, 12-15-2011|
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The American author and poet Bret Harte, best known for his stories about California, wrote the two letters in the collection. One is to Edward T. Clifford, Deputy Consul General, and the other to Wemyss Reid.
Detailed Description: Box and Folder Listing
|Box 1||FF 1||Contains a letter dated 19 December 1882 to Wemyss Reid, from Bret Harte concerning Reid’s book, Life of Lord Houghton, which Harte had sent him to be signed.|
|Box 1||FF 2||Contains a letter dated 29 December 1890 to Edward T. Clifford, American Consulate, from Bret Harte.|