Benjamin Dudley Pritchard letters, 1860-1861.


Pritchard, Benjamin D. (Benjamin Dudley), 1835-1907. Benjamin Dudley Pritchard letters, 1860-1861.

Benjamin Dudley Pritchard letters, 1860-1861.

Letter (1860) commenting on the law faculty, President Tappan, and Pritchard's impressions of Ann Arbor, Mich., and letter (1861) describing the bar exam, war prospects, and economic conditions in Allegan, Mich.

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