Letters from Miss E. B. Huntington and S. Leroy Blake, 1905, n.d.
Scope and Contents
Accompanied by three postcards of the house, the Revolutionary War Office and the First Congregational Church in Lebanon, which contain manuscript notes by Miss Huntington.
ALS from S. Leroy Blake dated Mar 11, New London, Connecticut, regarding Eliphalet Adams.
Removed from: The Colonial Parson in New England by Child (New York: Baker and Taylor Co., 1896).
With an advertisement for Child's book An Unknown Patriot containing Child's photograph, and a leaf containing a manuscript note in an unidentified hand concerning a seventeenth-century surgeon.
- 1905, n.d.
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Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
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