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Title: Lavinia, W. T. Letter, 1837
Collection identifier: 060
Extent: 1.0 item
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This collection contains a letter written by W. T. Lavinia in Ottawa, Illinois. On November 4, 1837, he writes to the Board of Illinois and Michigan Canal Commissioners concerning the status of his payment on a land purchase. He writes that the lack of a response to his earlier communication is causing him to "begin to feel very uneasy on the subject."