Elizabeth L. Banks correspondence, 1893-1903
Scope and Contents
The Elizabeth L. Banks correspondence consists of 46 autograph and typescript letters from the journalist to William Morris Colles of the Author's Syndicate. The content of the correspondence primarily concerns the writing and publishing of her work Autobiography of a Newspaper Girl (London: Metheun, 1902; and Dodd Mead in the United States) and a series of articles entitled In Cap and Apron. Correspondence dates from 1893 to 1903.
- 1893 - 1903
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- Elizabeth L. Banks correspondence, 1893-1903
- Milissa Burkart
- 2015 September
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