* CARNEGIE, Andrew (1835-1919). Partial Autograph letter signed ("Andrew Carnegie"), to an unnamed recipient. N.p., n.d. [but probably after 1887].
1 page, 4to, folds touching signatures, a few small chips to upper left and lower right corners, a few pale stains. Carnegie discusses the secret marriage of his niece Nancy to coachman James L. Hever. "We receved her and her husband upon arrival from Europe Sunday last at our house, Her sister and two Brothers wen came to New York to welcome the couple - My wife was on the pier to greet them as were the others. Mr Hever is not rich but he is a sober, moral, well doing man & the family would much arther have such a husband for Nancy than a worthless Duke. There is no truth whatever in the report that the family is unreconciled."
Estimate $ 500-700
Property from the Robert L. McKay Collection, North Tustin, California