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Washington Irving Way Letters: Finding Aid
mssWY 1-174  
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Description
This collection contains correspondence and miscellaneous ephemera of American author, agent, and book distributor W. Irving Way (1853-1931), consisting primarily of 146 letters and ephemera from American publisher Thomas Bird Mosher (1852-1923), chiefly about business matters.
Background
Washington Irving Way (1853-1931) was an American author, literary agent and book distributor. He was a lifelong friend, business associate and agent for Maine publisher Thomas Bird Mosher (1852-1923), whose books he helped to distribute in California
Extent
174 pieces in 3 boxes.
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