[Note] 1891 Feb. 9 [to] Department of the Interior, App't. Div. / Leland Stanford ... [et al.].


[Note] 1891 Feb. 9 [to] Department of the Interior, App't. Div. / Leland Stanford ... [et al.].

Holograph signed. Note of introduction for a young man signed by Leland Stanford, Wm. Vandever, Wm. W. Morrow, and J. McKenna.

1 leaf ; 25 cm.

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