Inclusion, May Bragdon Diary, November 12, 1899 – November 13, 1899, p. 111
Letter from Francis T. Meyer of the Meyer-Sniffen Co., New York to Claude Bragdon, Nov. 29 '99. "Dear Mr. Bragdon,Many thanks for the prints which I assume are your sister's work. I showed them to Alfred Stieglitz (probably the best amature) in this country) and he pronounced them very good. I think they are fine. Have not had time to make any prints lately but will try and send you some later. Had a call from Wilkinson several days ago. Don't forget me when you are in N.Y. Yours, Francis T. Meyer."
Inclusion, May Bragdon Diary, August 22, 1905 – August 26, 1905, p. 35
Postcard, Claude Bragdon to May Bragdon from Southwest Harbor, Maine, Aug. 19, 1905. My dear Maisie: Here is where we anchor the good ship “Winnifred.” Our four oared cruiser of which I am the cook and the captain and the mate and the office boy. We dined with the good Watsons on the Genesee night before last and have seen the Stedmans and Mr. Sibley on board the “Thetis” Yesterday we climbed a mountain with the Wares, bride and groom. Finest view I ever saw. The weather is now fair and clear and everything promises well. Wish you were having some of this glorious air. Love to Mother, Father, Zo and Zen. There are 3 angoras at this hotel. Affectionately, Claude.”