Letter to [Horatio] Seymour. New York, NY. 1847 Oct. 8.


Letter to [Horatio] Seymour. New York, NY. 1847 Oct. 8.

Requesting permission for Mr. A[sher] B[rown] Durand to use his road for the purpose of painting a view he had seen from it a week ago.

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