Letters, 1890 Mar. 26 and May 28, Colchester, to S.A. Jones, Ann Arbor.

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Japp, Alexander H. (Alexander Hay), 1839-1905. Letters, 1890 Mar. 26 and May 28, Colchester, to S.A. Jones, Ann Arbor.

Letters, 1890 Mar. 26 and May 28, Colchester, to S.A. Jones, Ann Arbor.

Concern publications of each on Thoreau, Japp's work on unpublished De Quincy letters, and a new ed. of his De Quincy book [i.e. "Thomas DeQuincy: his life and writings," 1877].

2 items. Holographs signed, with envelopes.

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