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Fitzroy Carrington Signed Hand Written Letter April 7th 1897

Fitzroy Carrington Signed Hand Written Letter April 7th 1897
Fitzroy Carrington Signed Hand Written Letter April 7th 1897
Fitzroy Carrington Signed Hand Written Letter April 7th 1897
Fitzroy Carrington Signed Hand Written Letter April 7th 1897

Fitzroy Carrington Signed Hand Written Letter April 7th 1897
Fitzroy Carrington signed hand written letter sent to Edward Singleton Holden April 7th 1897. Fitzroy Carrington signed hand written letter sent to… I have an archive of Edward Singleton Holden family documents, photos and letters in range from the 1800s to the 1960s. Among the correspondence are signed messages that were sent from well known people to him and his daughters, Mildred and Mabel, from the 1890s into the 1910s. Some of the authors of the letters include: Alfred Elliott Bates Arthur Twining Hadley Carl William Ackerman Charles Doolittle Walcott Clarence Cary Fitzroy Carrington George Brinton McClellan Jr George Lewis Gillespie Jr George Platt Brett Sr John Shaw Billings Joseph Roswell Hawley Nicholas Murray Butler Peter Smith Michie USMA Rossiter Johnson Talcott Williams Feel free to look through my other listings as well. Fitzroy Carrington (1869 – December 31, 1954) was an English-born American editor who became known as a leading authority on prints, particularly those of the 15th and 16th centuries. Born in Surbiton, Surrey, his high school education was at Victoria College, Jersey, and he came to the United States in 1886. He obtained an honorary College degree in the USA shortly before teaching at Harvard. His brother was the famed writer and psychic researcher Hereward Carrington. (New York City) dealers in etchings and engravings, being a member of the firm after 1899. During this period he made a specialty of selecting, arranging, and writing introductions for artistic editions of such works as Dante’s New Life; The Queen’s Garland (Elizabethan verse); Rossetti’s Pictures and Poems; William Morris’s The Doom of King Acristus; The King’s Lyrics (1899); The Shepherd’s Pipes (1903); The Pilgrim’s Staff (1906). He resigned as a result of internal dissent over his management among his subordinates. In 1901 he became the librarian of the United States Military Academy at West Point, where he remained until his death. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “vintagethyme” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
Fitzroy Carrington Signed Hand Written Letter April 7th 1897