Correspondence, 1864-1865.


Dana, Richard Henry, 1815-1882. Correspondence, 1864-1865.

Correspondence, 1864-1865.

Asks Alexander H. Holley to give his kinsman, Napoleon Dana, advice on the iron business in Falls Village, Conn.; urges Holley to read the Faneuil Hall Address to the people of the United States, which he has drawn up and which will appear in the New York papers shortly.

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