The three items are clear and complete: good, on lightly-aged paper, with the two autograph letters carrying traces of the leaf of the album to which they were attached. First Autograph Letter: 4to, 1 p. Thanking Stuart, now that his 'campaign is over for the time being', for 'the very full, fair and accurate reports of all my meetings, which you have published in the Daily News'. He appreciates the 'untiring services' of Stuart's reporters, and, 'unless something unforeseen occurs, they will now have a rest, as far as I am concerned, of several months!' Second Autograph Letter: 12mo, 2 pp. Headed 'publication if desired'. Again thanking 'all the members of your staff for the very fair and full reports, which the Cambridge Daily news has gien during the election campaign. In my opinion, you have worthily upheld the reputation of your paper as an impartial and non-party organ. [.] Cambridge may well be proud of possessing a daily paper distinguished by these good qualities, which unfortunately are rarer than they ought to be. ' Typed Letter: 4to, 1 p. Nine lines. Text clear and complete. Good, on lightly-aged paper. With a couple of autograph corrections. The 'Cambridge Daily News', which 'is celebrating its jubilee in May', has in Dalton's view 'won a high place in the ranks of British provincial journalism'. He congratulates Stuart on 'the ability, impartiality and good humour with which you, personally, have so long conducted the paper'. He has 'very pleasant memories of personal associations' with Stuart 'and with the staff of the paper dating back to the immediate post-War years'. Also included is an Autograph Letter Signed (12mo, 2 pp) to Stuart from the unsuccessful Liberal candidate in the Cambridge by-election, Sydney Cope Morgan, 22 March 1922; on letterhead of 2 Paper Buildings, Temple, London. Writing in the same vein as Dalton, he expresses his gratitude to Stuart and his staff 'for the excellent reports & unfailing cheerfulness which have been given me not only in the election but for the last two years.' He has 'never canvassed the vote of any of your reporters but be they politically friend or foe, temporarily vanquished or triumphant, they have been unfailingly friendly & quite exceptionally fair & accurate in their accounts of my activities.'. N° de ref. de la librería
Título: Two Autograph Letters Signed and one Typed ...
Editorial: Autograph Letters: 31 May on letterhead of 107 Albert Bridge Road London; and 18 March 1922 77 Panton Street Cambridge. Typed Letter: 26 April 1938
Año de publicación: 1920
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