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Letters of George Muller, 1897-1898.

Author: George Müller
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Two notes written by Muller near the end of his life.

Letter to Arthur Tappan Pierson is a brief acknowledgement and personal message, including obituary of Muller's wife, Susannah Grace Muller. The other contains condolences to an unknown correspondent.

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Named Person: George Müller; Susannah Grace Muller; Arthur T Pierson
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: George Müller
OCLC Number: 31743377
Description: 1 folder (.1 cubic feet)

Abstract:

Two notes written by Muller near the end of his life.

Letter to Arthur Tappan Pierson is a brief acknowledgement and personal message, including obituary of Muller's wife, Susannah Grace Muller. The other contains condolences to an unknown correspondent.

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