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Rare ALS of Stephen Crane, author of ?The Red Badge of Courage,? penned on his personal stationery from Brede Place, his home for the last 16 months of his life
Rare Autograph Letter Signed ?Stephen Crane,? 1p, 5.25? x 8.25?. Brede, [England], February 2d [1900]. To Arthur J. Harrihill. On his personal engraved stationery: ?Telegrams-Crane, Brede Hill. Station-Rye. Brede Place, Brede, Northiam, Sussex.? Light horizontal fold passes through upper case letters of signature. Light foxing. Fine condition.In full, ?I trust your injury will not compel you to remain indoors for much longer and to this event you have my most cordial wishes. Faithfully Yours Stephen Crane?War correspondent Stephen Crane covered the Spanish American War for the ?New York Journal.? Crane left Havana and arrived back in England on January 11, 1899. He and his common law wife Cora Taylor began to move their household from their previous residence at Ravensbrook to Brede Place soon after his return from Cuba and established residence permanently on February 19, 1899. Even though ?1899? is penned in a contemporary hand on the verso of integral lea
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