Letters, 1827-1888.

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Hall, S. C. (Samuel Carter), 1800-1889. Letters, 1827-1888.

Letters, 1827-1888.

Concerning the various aspects of his work as an author and editor; discussing his health and the health of friends and family; involving financial matters and social activities.

154 items (253 p.)

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