Autograph letter signed : Dumbarton, to her daughter Una, [1857 July 1-2].

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Hawthorne, Sophia Peabody, 1809-1871. Autograph letter signed : Dumbarton, to her daughter Una, [1857 July 1-2].

Autograph letter signed : Dumbarton, to her daughter Una, [1857 July 1-2].

Discussing her visit with Nathaniel and Julian Hawthorne to Dumbarton Castle and Dumbarton Rock; mentioning the Castle's associations with William Wallace and Mary, Queen of Scots; commenting on Julian's attempt to collect seaweed for his aquarium at home; noting the loss of her "beautiful blue cameo" and her attempts to find it; telling Una they are going to Loch Lomond next.

1 item (20 p.) : ill. ; 17.9 cm.

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