Wallace Bruce 3 Autographed Letters Signed (ALS)
Date Published: 1872, 1896, 1900
Binding: No binding
Wallace Bruce was an American Counsel at Edinburgh, known as "the Poet of the Hudson". He was also the Poet Laureate of Canongate Kilwinning Masonic Lodge No. 2, in Edinburgh, Scotland, a successor of Robert Burns. He was chief editor of the Literature at Yale, poet at the Newburg Centennial, poet at the unveiling of the Burns statue in Central Park. Wallace Bruce occasionally used the pen-name Thursty McQuill.
• Three to his brother, Frank, 6 July 1872, 15 July 1896, and 15 August 1896, re note of $300, his arrival in New York, Featherston, collecting $150 in New York, collecting $90 in Boston, his being in Hudson, collecting $50 of the Eastern Railroad, the mortgage, and stockholders’ meeting.
• ALS to his nephew Alfred, 9 October 1900, re his being in Hudson.
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