Autograph letter signed : Ithaca, New York, to Mr. Putnam, 1897 June 12.

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Burr, George Lincoln, 1857-1938. Autograph letter signed : Ithaca, New York, to Mr. Putnam, 1897 June 12.

Autograph letter signed : Ithaca, New York, to Mr. Putnam, 1897 June 12.

Concerning a book on Charlemagne he had agreed to write but which he has now relinquished; he approves Putnam's choice of H.W.C. Davis to write the book.

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