Letters to John Jay Chapman from various correspondents
Letters to American author and reformer, John Jay Chapman, from various correspondents
- James, Henry, 1843-1916 (Correspondent, Person)
In good condition
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
Extent.04 linear feet (1 volume)
Five letters to American author and reformer, John Jay Chapman, from Henry James, William James, John F. Carew, Royal Cortissoz, and "Papa".
Biographical / Historical
John Jay Chapman was an American essayist, literary critic, poet, reformer, playwright, and Harvard graduate.
Arranged in order as received.
Ownership of collection prior to this acquisition is unknown.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
2021M-29. Gift of Geoffrey Chapman, 2021 March 11.
Processed minimally by Melanie Wisner, 2021 March.
- Chapman, John Jay, 1862-1933, addressee. Letters to John Jay Chapman from various correspondents, 1908-1930 (MS Am 3366): Guide
- Houghton Library, Harvard University
- 2021 March 25
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