YEATS (W.B.)
Lot 188
YEATS (W.B.)
Sold for £456 (US$ 766) inc. premium
Lot Details
YEATS (W.B.)
Autograph letter signed ("WB Yeats"), to Mrs Henniker, accepting her invitation to lunch, one page, laid down onto an album leaf, 8vo, 18 Woburn Buildings, Upper Woburn Place, "Monday" [between 1896-1919]

Footnotes

  • Florence Henniker, now best remembered for her friendship with Thomas Hardy, was herself a novelist as well as being a society hostess. Yeats lived at 18 (now 5) Woburn Buildings between 1896 and 1919.



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