Book Description
Two page autograph letter from Sara Jane Lippincott author and social reformer [1823-1904, who wrote under the pseud. 'Grace Greenwood']. Pencil note to blank final page states this letter was written to 'Elihu Farmer' in 1854. The letter is concerned with her health [she has been ill] and this seems to have changed her plans for the near future. Signed 'Grace Greenwood' and underneath, 'Mrs L.K. Lippincott' [her married name]. Small area of light paper abrasion to top rh corner of pages else VG. Sara Jane Lippincott was a noteable 'femme des lettres' in mid nineteenth century America, a distinguished journalist she was the first woman reporter on the New York Times. The letter indicates just how fragile her health was, a recurring theme in her life. For many years she lived in Europe.
Author Grace Greenwood [Sara Jane Lippincott] American author and pioneer of women's rights
Date 1854
Binding no binding
Publisher no publisher
Condition VG
Pages 2

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