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Letters, 1846-1878 (inclusive).

Author: C E Stowe
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Collection consists of three handwritten letters from Stowe. An 1846 letter written from Ohio to S. H. Riddel of the American Education Society describes the growth of the West; an 1865 letter to Vice-President Henry Wilson declines an invitation; an 1878 letter to Stowe's sister Sarah describes his health.
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Named Person: Samuel Hopkins Riddel; C E Stowe; Henry Wilson
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: C E Stowe
OCLC Number: 548941353
Language Note: Materials in English.
Description: 1 folder.

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Collection consists of three handwritten letters from Stowe. An 1846 letter written from Ohio to S. H. Riddel of the American Education Society describes the growth of the West; an 1865 letter to Vice-President Henry Wilson declines an invitation; an 1878 letter to Stowe's sister Sarah describes his health.

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