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Title Correspondence (C-F) from Rudolf Cronau
Author Cronau, Rudolf; Clemens, Samuel Langhorne (Mark Twain); Cleveland, Grover; Creelman, James
Date 3 Oct 1881 - 1926
Document Type Correspondence
Reference MSS 81, Folder 3
Library / Archive Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Collection Name Rudolf Cronau Papers, 1858-1930
Description Contains a letters from Mark Twain, Grover Cleveland and many other notable contacts of Cronau. There are also some biographical notes, pictures and signatures of the correspondents.
Series Description The collection is an assemblage of autographs and autograph letters, some accompanied by biographical information, primarily of German Americans. Most were collected by Cronau on his travels in the American West. Also present are a passport for Cronau and watercolor paintings by the German biologist Ernst Haeckel. Addendum, raf 07/05/05: These additions consist of two small drawings made by Big Man and One Bull and presented to Cronau during his stay at Fort Rand, South Dakota, October 1881. Each depicts two men on horseback seen in profile drawn in pencil with red accents.
Biographical Note / History Cronau was born in Solingen, Prussia in 1855 and came to the United States in 1880, settling in Phillips Manor, New York. He was a reporter, writer, traveler, and lecturer.
Theme(s) Politics, Legislation and Governance; Religion, Ethnic Identity and Community Relations
Places New York City, Cambridge, Massachusetts, New Jersey, United States
Nationality German
People Cronau, Rudolf; Clemens, Samuel Langhorne (Mark Twain); Cleveland, Grover; Creelman, James
Keywords literature, journalism, autograph, war, Harvard University
Additional Information Please note: Some of the metadata for this document has been taken from the Historical Society of Pennsylvania catalogue.
Language English; German
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Copyright Historical Society of Pennsylvania