Letter, 1936 September 22, N. Sandwich, N.H., to Judge Greenhalge.


Letter, 1936 September 22, N. Sandwich, N.H., to Judge Greenhalge.

References to Sprague's lithographs of White Mountain scenery. Sprague's prints appeared in Oakes' Scenery from the White Mountains. Refers to forthcoming publication of his own book, The Blue Hills.

[3] p. on fold. leaf. 22 cm.


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