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Title: Boswell, N. C. Letter and Notes, 1898
Collection identifier: 482
Extent: 1.0 folder
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This collection includes a typescript of a letter of Jan. 24, 1898 from N. C. Boswell of Neponset, Ill., to Dr. W. T. Hall of Toulon, Ill., sketching the lives of Martin and Perry Dukes, pioneers of Osceola Grove, Stark County, Ill. It also includes a typescript of excerpts from the Cambridge, Illinois Chronicle of Nov. 9, 1899.