Parrish, Maxfield, b. 1870 d. 1966
Active in Philadelphia, Pa.; Cornish, N.H.; Windsor, Vt.
Collection size: 1 item (on a partial microfilm reel).
Collection Summary: A letter to Lanier from Maxfield Parrish, regretting he will be unable to make a sketch for the "Juvenile Catalogue" since "your house is rushing me without mercy on the magazine 'Prospectus' and this and other work will keep me very busy..."
Biographical/Historical Note: Writer, editor, publisher; born Milledgeville, Ga. Worked for Charles Scribner and Sons from 1896-1897, then for Doubleday Page and Co. He wrote and edited a number of books and magazine articles throughout his career.
Donated 1977 by Mrs. Thomas Coates.
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Also in the Archives
- Maxfield Parrish letters, 1909-1912
- Maxfield Parrish scrapbook, [undated]
- Maxfield Parrish selected papers and letters, [ca. 1888]-1986
- Image and Media Gallery items from other collections related to Parrish, Maxfield