Letters sent to Walter Hines Page from various correspondents, English period
Letters to American editor and diplomat Walter Hines Page from various correspondents concerning his diplomatic service.
Language of Materials
Collection materials are in English.
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Extent11.88 linear feet (36 boxes)
Letters concerning his diplomatic service to Page from professional colleagues, including Edwin Anderson Alderman, American Civil War Veterans, William Waldorf Astor, George V King of Great Britain, Sir Israel Gollancz, Robert Lansing, Katharine Page Loring, Arthur Wilson Page, William Phillips, Sir Horace Plunkett, John Singer Sargent, and the Whitefriars Club, among many others. Also includes letters from and to family members, including his wife Willa Alice Wilson Page.
Biographical / Historical
Page was an American editor and diplomat. He was editor of The Forum (1890-1895), The Atlantic Monthly (1898-1899), and The World's Work (1900-1913). He was U.S. ambassador to Great Britain (1913-1918).
Arranged alphabetically by author.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
No accession number. Gift of Arthur H. Page; received: 1940 May 2.
- Page, Walter Hines, 1855-1918, recipient. Letters sent to Walter Hines Page from various correspondents, English period: Guide.
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