A Collection in the
Clifton Waller Barrett Library of American Literature
Accession number 7922-c
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Date Completed: 1997
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[ 8 Jul 1969] 15 Jul 1969
Funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities
Edward Payson Roeto A. B. Crandell1875 May 24ALS, 3 p.
[Encloses letter for the [ New York] Tribune; writes that he is about to leave for New Jerseywhere he will study small fruits with the intention of writing a book on their cultivation; states he thought of writing a series of letters on this topic as he traveled across the country, but would have to be paid well to do so; says that Charles Downingspent the morning looking at his berries; encloses manual on small fruits; explains that article on the subject could not be ready until after the season is over.]
Edward Payson Roeto A. B. Crandell1878 Jun 6ALS, 2 p.
[Writes that he will accept whatever is customary for articles submitted to the [ New York] Tribune, whose audience he admires; hopes to show Crandell his raspberries, which he describes.]
Edward Payson Roeto [ A. B. Crandell], Agricultural Editor, New YorkTribune1883 Jan 18ALS, 2 p.
[Regrets he will not be able to attend the horticultural meeting in New Orleans; hopes Crandell does not expect him to supply information on the meeting.]
- A. B. Crandell
- Charles Downing
- Edward Payson Roe