Letters of Lewis Gaylord Clark [manuscript], 1834-1867.


Letters of Lewis Gaylord Clark [manuscript], 1834-1867.

Letters discuss the purchase of "Knickerbocker Magazine" and request contributions to it; praise Charles Dickens; refer to Clark's family; and mention an amusing Washington Irving speech. Correspondents include Rufus Babcock, Charles Frederick Briggs, Noble Butler, Robert Conrad, Hamilton Fish, Curtis Guild, "Harper Magazine," and Abraham Hart.

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Fish, Hamilton, 1808-1893

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Fillmore, Millard, 1800-1874

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