Correspondence. [microfilm].


Cumming, Alfred, 1793-1889. Correspondence. [microfilm].

Correspondence. [microfilm].

Includes letters from wife Elizabeth R. Cumming, Brigham Young, Albert Sidney Johnson, P. K. Dotson, and Rebecca B. Foster and letters to Territorial officials.

1 reel : manuscript, 35mm., pos.

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