Bangs, John Kendrick. Typed Letter Signed as Editor, on Harper & Brothers Stationery, with Two Portraits Mounted on the Letter. One page. Written to Langdon Ballinger, dated November 20, 1900.
John Kendrick Bangs (1862 – 1922) was an American humorist, born in Yonkers, New York, is remembered for his editorship of all departments of humor at Harpers, the editor of Harper’s Weekly; and, as an author in his own right of more than fifty books, for Tiddlewink Tales; Coffee and Repartee; The Idiot; A Houseboat on the Styx; and, his reminiscences, From Pillar to Post. Condition is very good, an ink cross-out under Ballinger’s name, old letter folds.
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