Letter : to John T. Hoffman, 1869 May 17.

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Vanderbilt, Cornelius, 1794-1877. Letter : to John T. Hoffman, 1869 May 17.

Letter : to John T. Hoffman, 1869 May 17.

Letter concerns a bill to authorize an increase of the stock in the New York Central Rail Road Company.

23 leaves ; 25 cm.

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