Letter from George Emerson to Alden Partridge, 23 June 1847.

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Description

If an institute is to be established there in Wilmington, Partridge will need to be present; writes of potential locations for buildings; is thinking of writing a biography of Partridge; should he deliver an address in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, would Partridge wish him to speak of his personal character and labors?

Creator

Emerson, George W., 1820-1865

Subject

Partridge, Alden, 1785-1854
Emerson, George W., 1820-1865
Harrisburg (Pa.)
Wilmington (Del.)
Schools - Delaware
Speeches, addresses, etc.
Lectures and lecturing
Reunions

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