Letter copybook, 1819-1829.


Letter copybook, 1819-1829.

Letter copybook of Christian Schultz of Marietta, Ohio and Wood County, Virginia (West Virginia).

295 p. : bound v. ; 22 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7754818

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