Contains outgoing correspondence, including letters to his daughter Helen D. Cowden, a young friend Amy L. Wells, fellow writers
William Chambers Morrow and James Tufts, and publisher Walter Neale. See container list for a complete listing of correspondents.
Also includes a sketch of Bierce by Wells, clippings about and by Bierce, writings by Amy L. Wells, a letter to Wells asking
for information pertaining to Bierce's disappearance, and poems by brother Albert Sherwood Bierce. The album of letters to
Helen D. Cowden includes two photographs of Ambrose Bierce, a copy of a poem, and transcriptions of Bierce's letters to his
Ambrose Bierce, born June 24, 1842 in Meigs County, Ohio, was an American author best known for his satire and supernatural
stories. Many of his stories also came from his experiences serving in the Union Army during the American Civil War.
Number of containers: 2 boxes, 1 volume, and 1 oversize folder
Linear feet: 0.75
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