Letters from Lady Gregory to Alison Murphy, and to her mother Grace Murphy, containing references to Miss Murphy's book ['Every Which Way in Ireland'] and a visit to Coole Park, also an autographed postcard of the Antonio Mancini portrait of Lady Gregory,
1929 June - 1930 April.
|Notes:||Alison Barstow Murphy, was born in Brooklyn, New York. Her father was a naturalist on the staff of the American Museum of Natural History and her mother was a member of the Society of Woman Geographers. Alison accompanied her father on many of his expeditions and wrote accounts of their experiences and in 1930, Putnam's published her book 'Every Which Way in Ireland', illustrated with photographs taken by Alison and her family. |
Physical description: 4 items (3 letters, 1 ALS postcard).
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