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O'Harrow, John. Letter, 1837
Collection identifier: 162
Extent: 1.0 item
Scope and Contents:
In this letter of Oct. 15, 1837, to John O'Harrow of Lenawee County, Mich., the deputy postmaster of Tamarack Grange, Ind., describes a recent trip through Northern Illinois, mentioning Morris Frost. This item is a photocopy of the original in the Bentley Library of the University of Michigan.