Correspondence, 1899 April 19-1953 June 23 [n.p.].


Correspondence, 1899 April 19-1953 June 23 [n.p.].

Material concerning the printing of the Vermont laws by Judah and Alden Spooner in Dresden, Vt. Contents.-Adams, E. Letter, 1918 December 6, to H.G. Rugg.-Bingham C. Letter, 1953 June 23, to H.G. Rugg.-Eames, W. Letters, 1918 November 28-1920 March 5, to H.G. Rugg.-Jones M. Letters, 1918 December 5-1928 September 4, to H.G. Rugg.-Jordan, J. Letters, 1899 April 19-1920 January 2, to H.G. Rugg.-Lord, J. Letters, 1919 November 21-1920 January 28, to H.G. Rugg.-Penniman, J. Letters, 1918 September 11-1919 January 26, to H.G. Rugg.-Pomes, G. Letter, 1928 September 27, to H.G. Rugg.-Whitney, E. Letters, 1920 January 8 and February 20, to H.G. Rugg.-Wilbur, J. Correspondence, 1928 August 30-September 22, to H.G. Rugg.-History of Dresden, Vt.- Sketch of work of Judah and Alden Spooner.-List of items printed by Spooner.

26 items. 14-28 cm.


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