Correspondence of Herrmann Schuricht [manuscript] 1876-99.


Schuricht, Herrmann, 1831-1899. Correspondence of Herrmann Schuricht [manuscript] 1876-99.

Correspondence of Herrmann Schuricht [manuscript] 1876-99.

Letters, chiefly in German, from Americans of German birth or descent, to Schuricht who wrote about the German element in Virginia. Correspondents include Paul B. Barringer, Richard Bartholdt, Gustav Brühl, Constantin Grebner, W. N. Hailmann, Burghardt Hassel, the Rev. Socrates Henkle, Friedrich Albin Hoffmann, L. R. Klemm, S. R. Koehler, Louis Prang, Hermann Raster, John Edwin Roller, J. G. Rosengarten, William Henry Ruffner, Maximilian Schele de Vere, Henry Villard, and Simon Wolf.

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