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William Chauncey Fowler letter
Three-page letter from William Chauncey Fowler at Middlebury College to Benjamin Silliman in New Haven, Connecticut, telling him that he had hoped Shepard and Hubbard would visit Middlebury. Considers the position desirable and expects to be in New Haven in January. Salary of [Shepard or Hubbard] would not be high. May see Hubbard in New Hampshire.
- Fowler, William Chauncey, d. 1881 (Author, Person)
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.01 linear ft. (1 envelope)
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Charles Upham Shepard (1804-1886), Oliver Paysin Hubbard (1809-1900), Mrs. Harriet (Trumball) Silliman (d. 1850) i.e. Mrs. Benjamin Silliam
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