Title:Bruce Porter letters, 1946, n.d
Creator/Contributor:Porter, Bruce, 1865-1953, creator
Creator/Contributor:James, William, 1882-, Correspondent.
Contains a letter and envelope addressed to William "Billie" James, son of William James and Porter's brother-in-law, consoling
him on the death of Alex, and giving him news of mutual friends living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Includes a letter to
"Henry", also written from San Francisco, detailing Porter's impressions of Henry Howard and what would be best for Howard's
continued maturation and education. Also includes a third letter, with envelope, written from the Hotel Trinity, Los Angeles
(Calif.), to an unknown person regarding Porter's activities in Los Angeles, his assesment of the new Charlie Chaplin film
and plays currently showing, and his hopes for his children's futures.
Authors, American -- Correspondence
10 p. and envelopes (.1 linear ft.)
BANC MSS 94/114 c