Autograph letters initialed from Francis A. Durivage, New York, to William Winter [manuscript], 1872.

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Durivage, Francis A. (Francis Alexander), 1814-1881,. Autograph letters initialed from Francis A. Durivage, New York, to William Winter [manuscript], 1872.

Autograph letters initialed from Francis A. Durivage, New York, to William Winter [manuscript], 1872.

Concerning the play of Allston's "Monaldi" with Steele Mackaye. Letters initialed from F.A.D., correspondent probably Francis A. Durivage. Addressed from 326 W. 32d. St. New York.

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