Letters to George Barrell Emerson, 1845-1865.


Emerson, George B. (George Barrell), 1797-1881. Letters to George Barrell Emerson, 1845-1865.

Letters to George Barrell Emerson, 1845-1865.

Includes: ALS, S.G. Howe, to G.B. Emerson, Esq., 1845 Apr. (former Letter File 1 H17); ALS, Horace Mann, Boston, to G.B. Emerson, Esq, 1845 Apr. 18 (former Letter File 1, M2); ALS, Geo. Putnam, to Geo. B. Emerson, Esq, 1846 May 14 (former Letter File 1, B10); ALS, Adeline D.T. Whitney, Milton Hill [Mass.] to Geo. B. Emerson, Esq, 1859 Dec. 29 (former Letter File 1, W8); ALS, John H. Morrison, Milton [Mass.] to Geo. B. Emerson, Esq., 1860 Feb. 21 (former Letter File 1, M4); ALS, James Walker, Cambridge [Mass.], to G.B. Emerson, Esq., 1863 July 25 (former Letter File 1, W2). (Cont.) ALS, [S.?] Bartlett, to. Geo. B. Emerson, Esq., Jan. 26, 1865 (former Letter File 3A, B20).

7 items ; 18-26 cm.

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