John Willard letter
Three-page letter from John Willard in Hanover to Augustus Willard in Greene, New York, telling him that his uncle has another clerk now and asks advice about his future. He wants to study. Tell recipient news of recipients class mates. Hanover in in terrible state of exitement because the treasurt of Dartmouth College has been robbed. Gilman Kimball dug up a body in Lyme. Mr. Heath stole from students. A Lady has been molesting Increase Kimball. Letterhead is a pen and ink sketch of Dartmouth Hotel.
- Willard, John, 1806-1847 (Author, Person)
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