Guide to the Frances Parkinson Keyes Letters, 1917-1952
Collection number: MS 114
About Frances Parkinson Keyes
Frances Parkinson Keyes was an author, poet and wife of Henry W. Keyes who was Governor of New Hampshire 1917-1919.
About the Frances Parkinson Keyes Letters
Three letters from Frances Parkinson Keyes. The first, written in 1917 to Judge von Mosckzisher mentions Robert Frost and Frost’s book Mountain Interval. The second letter, addressed to “Meredith,” mainly discusses a party that she held and Keyes attended in 1952. The third letter, undated and written to “Ina,” thanks her for Christmas gifts and mentions family illnesses.
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[Identification of item], Frances Parkinson Keyes Letters, 1917-1952, MS 114, Milne Special
Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
Purchased: Antic Hay Books, July 30, 1979 (Accession number: 7855)
Purchased: Robert F. Batchilder, Mar. 17, 1982 (Accession number: 8172)
Purchased: Carry Back Books, Mar. 19, 1982 (Accession number: 8176)