Lewis Gaylord Clark corrspondence 1833-1867


Lewis Gaylord Clark corrspondence 1833-1867

Lewis Gaylord Clark (1808-1873) was an American editor. The collection consists of correspondence between Clark and various friends and colleagues. Letters are predominantly outgoing, and relate to business matters. Some items are negative photostats

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