Letters, 1820-1843.


McKenney, Thomas Loraine, 1785-1859. Letters, 1820-1843.

Letters, 1820-1843.

Small collection of four letters written by Thomas L. McKenney to various correspondents between 1820 and 1843.

4 items (4 folders) ; 32 cm. or smaller.

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