Letters from Henry Timrod : to Paul Hamilton Hayne, 1862-1866.


Letters from Henry Timrod : to Paul Hamilton Hayne, 1862-1866.

Three letters from Henry Timrod to Paul Hamilton Hayne, dated 1862-1866; together with typed transcriptions.

1 bound ms.


SNAC Resource ID: 7607083

Princeton University Library

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