Henry Pelham Holmes Bromwell Letter to Francis D. Tandy
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Collection contains a typed letter to Hon. H.P.H. Bromwell from Francis D. Tandy (June 14, 1897) and one hand-written reply from Bromwell to Tandy (July 23, 1897).
- July 23, 1897
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Biographical / Historical
Henry Pelham Holmes Bromwell (1823-1903) was an Illinois attorney and congressman; delegate to the Colorado Constitutional Convention. Francis Dashwood Tandy (1867-1913) was the author of Voluntary Socialism and a member of the Denver Circle, a group of men who associated with Benjamin Tucker and contributed to the periodical Liberty.
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