Autograph letter signed : [Massachusetts?], to Dr. [Andrew Preston] Peabody, 1865 Sept. 26.

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Hoar, E. R. (Ebenezer Rockwood), 1816-1895. Autograph letter signed : [Massachusetts?], to Dr. [Andrew Preston] Peabody, 1865 Sept. 26.

Autograph letter signed : [Massachusetts?], to Dr. [Andrew Preston] Peabody, 1865 Sept. 26.

Praising a charitable donation to Harvard that is "increasing the number of students, diminishing the expense of education, and helping those who most need help."

1 item (1 p., with address) ; 17.9 cm.

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