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William Henry Hoyt letter
Three-page letter from William Henry Hoyt in Hanover to Daniel Hoit in Sandwich, New Hampshire, telling him that appointments for Junior Quarter Day, May 20 have been announced. Writer has "ethical discussion" with Gilman Brown. Albert writes that he is doing well. Whatever profession he pursues, writer is confident that he will succed. His genius if for painting.
- Hoyt, William Henry, 1813-1883 (Author, Person)
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.01 linear ft. (1 envelope)
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N. Tuxbury, Elam Markham (1777-1863), Mr. Libby, Abraham Dunklee, Junior Exhibition, Albert Gallatin Hoit (1809-1856), Students' Letters, Samuel Gilman Brown (1813-1885)
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