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James Mclaughlin letter
Three-page letter from James A. McLaughlin in Belleplaine, Mo. to Amos Kendall, telling him about sending subscriptions of the "Expositor" and that he is getting new subscribers. He criticizes it's illustrations and talks about the political scene in Missouri.
- McLaughlin, James A. (Author, Person)
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.01 linear ft. (1 envelope)
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Gift of Prof. Del Oberteuffer in 1963
Kendall's "Expositor," F.A. Agee, Monticello, Mo., US President Andrew Jackson (1767-1845), Mr. Railey, postmaster, Bellplaine, Mo., Democratic Party Missouri
Transcribed from Mss Card Catalogue.
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