Edwin Booth Grossman to Franklyn Lenthall
Edwin Booth Grossman writes Franklyn Lenthall that he is happy to hear from him but is unable to grant Lenthall's request for family photographs. Grossman states, however, that he will be attending Lenthall's lecture on April 9.
Grossman, Edwin Booth
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Edwin Booth Grossman Avenue Farm Fishkill, New York April 3/56
Dear Mr. Lenthall -
Thank you for your letter which I do not consider in any way an effrontery as you put it. I only wish that I could grant your request + furnish you with the photographs you ask for. Unfortunately I have with me here only family photographs which I would not care to give or loan; I am sure you will understand my feelings. Most of the material relating to my family I have had to put into storage + would be impossible to get at. - I would indeed enjoy hearing you lecture on April 9th which will be my birthday! - Again I am so sorry not to be able to help you out in this matter. Sincerely yours Edwin Booth Grossman
Fishkill April 4 [6 - PM?] 1956 N.Y.
Mr. Franklin Lenthall 118 West 87th St. New York 24 New York
Edwin Booth Grossman Avenue Farm Fishkill, New York
paper and ink
18 x 15 cm
Grossman, Edwin Booth, “Edwin Booth Grossman to Franklyn Lenthall,” Chronicling Illinois, accessed November 16, 2018, http://alplm-cdi.com/chroniclingillinois/items/show/8382.