Richard Henry Dana letter
Two-page letter from Richard Henry Dana in Cambridge to Professior Ticknor in Boston in which he inquires about the details of publishing his poems. He can give extracts from Bryant's letter. They can communicate through C.T. Channing. Speaks of Ticknore writing notices for his works.
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