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Letters of George William Curtis 1848-1891.

Author: George William Curtis; Thomas Nast; James R Osgood
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript : English
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Letters of George William Curtis, mostly in response to requests for lectures. Of interest is a letter, 1872, to Thomas Nast criticizing Nast for caricatures of prominent figures and a letter, 1862, to Mr. Coggeshill sending a rough page from Theodore Winthrop's "Life in the open air."
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Named Person: Horace Greeley; Carl Schurz; Charles Sumner; Theodore Winthrop
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: George William Curtis; Thomas Nast; James R Osgood
OCLC Number: 647809568
Notes: Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
Description: 13 items.

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Letters of George William Curtis, mostly in response to requests for lectures. Of interest is a letter, 1872, to Thomas Nast criticizing Nast for caricatures of prominent figures and a letter, 1862, to Mr. Coggeshill sending a rough page from Theodore Winthrop's "Life in the open air."

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