Letter to A. G. Curtin, United States minister to Russia concerning the claim of Anna B. Perkins, widow of captain Benjamin W. Perkins, 1871.

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Fish, Hamilton, 1808-1893. Letter to A. G. Curtin, United States minister to Russia concerning the claim of Anna B. Perkins, widow of captain Benjamin W. Perkins, 1871.

Letter to A. G. Curtin, United States minister to Russia concerning the claim of Anna B. Perkins, widow of captain Benjamin W. Perkins, 1871.

15 p. ; 32 cm.

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