Letter from Edward Everett Hale to May Wright Sewall.
Title: Letter from Edward Everett Hale to May Wright Sewall.
Description: Mr. Hale apologizes for referring to Sewall as a "Miss" rather than the "honorable title which you bear." Edward Everett Hale was an author and theologian with a deep interest in the anti-slavery movement and popular education. His best-known work is the short story, "The Man Without a Country."
Correspondent: Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909
Date: 1900-04-17; 1900
Time period: 1900s (1900-1909); 20th century;
Subject: Sewall, May Wright, 1844-1920; Authors, American; Lecturers--United States
Theme: Women; Education;
Collection: May Wright Sewall Papers
Copyright information: This item is in the public domain.
Physical repository: Indianapolis Special Collections Room, Indianapolis Public Library
Repository collection name: May Wright Sewall letters
Digital publisher: Indianapolis Marion County Public Library
Date digitized: 2005
Repository: The Indianapolis Public Library Digital Collections
Source: From: May Wright Sewall Papers