Letter : Orillia, [Ont.], to [Samuel?] Clemens, [not after 1910] [June or July] 7.


Letter : Orillia, [Ont.], to [Samuel?] Clemens, [not after 1910] [June or July] 7.

Autograph letter signed. Leacock writes Mr. Clemens that his lectures look interesting.

1 item (1 p.) ; 23 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 8300156

Texas Christian University

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