Date Published: 1912
Binding: No binding
7 x 9 inches flat, folded to 7 x 4-1/2 inches. Autograph letter signed. Two pages. Dated Backset Farm, Sussex, June 2nd,  12.
Arranging a visit with Sir Edward Bush.
Elizabeth Robins was an American/English actress, playwright, prolific novelist and suffragette. Robins spent most of her adult life living and working in England, first in London and later in Sussex as well. Robins, born in Louisville, Kentucky, was the first child of Charles E. Robins and Hannah M. (Crow) Robins. After 1880, Robins moved to New York City and began an acting career. She became a member of the Boston Museum Company, James O'Neill's Monte Cristo Traveling Company, and toured with Edwin Booth Lawrence Barrett. She appeared in such plays as A Celebrated Case, Julius Caesar, and The Merchant of Venice, first under the stage name Claire Raymond and later as Bessie Robins.