Thomas Hodgskin papers, 1802-1903 (inclusive).


Thomas Hodgskin papers, 1802-1903 (inclusive).

The papers consist of correspondence, writings, lectures, and other papers of Thomas Hodgskin. Of particular interest is a group of letters between Hodgskin and Francis Place which give a detailed account of Hodgskin's experiences and reflections while travelling through Europe. Also included are some papers of a personal and family nature.

.5 linear ft. (1 box)


SNAC Resource ID: 6742604

Yale University Library

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