Henry Willard letter
Three-page letter from Henry Willard in Hanover to John Dwight Willard in Troy, New York, telling him about elocution lessons from the Russels, and a cattle show at Lyme. Writer has joined the Psi Upsilon fraternity.
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Students' Letters, William Russell (1798-1873), Public Speaking, Lyme, NH, Passumpsic Railroad, Dr. Chase, Mrs. Sarah Ann (Boardman) Pearson (1800-) i.e. Mrs. Samuel Atkinson Pearson, Edward Aiken (1830-1890), George Stevens (1824-1884), Charles Silliman, Benjamin S. Marsh (1830-1861), Frank Hopkins Fletcher (1831-1900), Clarence Willard (1837-1870), Mrs. Almira (Porter) Barnes i.e. Mrs. Blakeslee Barnes
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