|Extent:||6 pages (ms.)|
|The Journal Letter dated July 22, 1850, was discovered (see
note) in March 1993 in the papers of Fidelia Fiske, where it had
been filed as part of her correspondence. This Letter, which is not included
in the microfilm copy of this collection, fills at least part of the gap
that has existed in the Journal Letters for the period August 1849 - September
1850 since the collection was first brought together.
Analysis of both internal and external evidence has yielded the following conclusions concerning this document:
1. By Erin Bruns (MHC 1996), enrolled at that time in the interdisciplinary course Pasts and Presences, spring term 1993.
|Notes:||A transcript exists for this letter and is available as encoded text.|