Rowlands, Elfie Adelaide - Autograph Note Signed 1913
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Rowlands, Elfie Adelaide - Autograph Note Signed 1913

Item #: GA7801-GX228B

Australian writer/novelist (1859-1936), her actual name was Elfie Adelaide Maria Henderson, later changed to Albanesi (Elfie Marie Albanesi), using her husband´s last name. Under the pen name of Rowlands, she became famous for publishing over 250 six-penny novels. Autograph note signed, dated in London in 1913, thanking someone for a letter to her. One page, 5 x 6.4 inches, mounted on soft cardboard, in excellent condition.

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