Letter, 1862 Jan. 31, Worcester [Mass.] to Sam. G. Drake, [Boston?].


Letter, 1862 Jan. 31, Worcester [Mass.] to Sam. G. Drake, [Boston?].

Concerns the accuracy of information about Sir Thomas Smith, in "Narrative of a voyage to Spitzbergen," which he editted.

[2] p. on 1 l. Holograph signed.


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University of Michigan

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