Note : San Francisco, California, to James D. Dana, 1867 Jan 29
Scope and Contents
ANS with an enclosed eight-page holograph manuscript signed copy of Blake's response to William H. Brewer, sent originally to the American Journal of Science, and a note requesting that 100 copies be made and sent to Messrs. Barrnett and Barnett, New Haven.
- 1867 Jan 29
Language of Materials
Materials in English, French, German, and Italian.
1 item (1 p.) ; 26 cm.
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The materials are open for research.
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