KIPLING, RUDYARD Autograph letter signed.
Two pages on a folded sheet, dated Sep. 3 1905, addressed to "Dear Collier" (presumably P.F. Collier, his U.S. publisher), written from Bateman's, Burwash, Rudyard Kipling's house. 46 lines in tiny script regarding a scheme of Collier's, in which Kipling sees "the germ of an American Academy of Letters." 6 x 3 7/8 inches (15 x 9.5 cm). Toned, wear and weakness along folds.
Kipling proposes the formation and structure of an American Academy of Letters, with considerable enthusiasm.
Additional Notes & Condition Report
No condition report? Click here to request one.