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John A. Kennicott and John Torrey correspondence, 1827.

Author: John A Kennicott
Series: John Torrey papers, series 1, correspondence.
Edition/Format:   Manuscript : Letter   Archival Material : English
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Correspondence from John A. Kennicott to John Torrey, dated October 25, 1827. A teacher and medical student, Kennicott (father of explorer Robert Kennicott) thanks Torrey for a package he recently received, and states he is sending a shipment of plants in return, gathered "within a mile of this place [Buffalo, New York], excepting a few from Goat Island and Table Rock, Niagara Falls."
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Personal correspondence
Named Person: John A Kennicott; John Torrey; Bryant Burwell; John Torrey
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John A Kennicott
OCLC Number: 1022947462
Language Note: In English.
Description: 1 folder (1 letter)
Series Title: John Torrey papers, series 1, correspondence.
Other Titles: New York Botanical Garden Archives.
John Torrey
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Correspondence from John A. Kennicott to John Torrey, dated October 25, 1827. A teacher and medical student, Kennicott (father of explorer Robert Kennicott) thanks Torrey for a package he recently received, and states he is sending a shipment of plants in return, gathered "within a mile of this place [Buffalo, New York], excepting a few from Goat Island and Table Rock, Niagara Falls."

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