Letter from William T. Stead to May Wright Sewall.
Title: Letter from William T. Stead to May Wright Sewall.
Description: I was glad to get your letter of January 10 and know you had time to look at the opening chapters of my book. You are right - it is better to humanize the world than Americanize it. Founder and editor of English "Review of Reviews." Nominated for the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1903. Devoted himself to international peace and friendship with Russia. During the later part of his life he became interested in the occult. He went down with the Titanic while on his way to speak at the Great Men and Religion Forward Movement in Carnegie Hall.
Correspondent: Stead, W. T. (William Thomas), 1849-1912
Date: 1902-02-01; 1902
Time period: 1900s (1900-1909); 20th century;
Subject: Sewall, May Wright, 1844-1920; Journalists--Great Britain; Titanic (Steamship)
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