Autograph letter signed "Y. Koizumi" : Tokyo, to Mrs. H. Harrison, 1902 Sept. 1.


Autograph letter signed "Y. Koizumi" : Tokyo, to Mrs. H. Harrison, 1902 Sept. 1.

Thanking her for newspaper clippings related to the destruction of St. Pierre, Martinique.

1 item (1 p.) ; 20.3 cm. + envelope.


SNAC Resource ID: 7180358

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