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Letter from James Woodrow to James Curtis Booth


Book Summary

Addressed to James Curtis Booth (1810-1888) and William E. Du Bois (1810-1881), this letter from an unidentified sender provides an introduction for a Mr. James Woodrow (1828-1907), an uncle of United States President Woodrow Wilson, professor at Columbia Theological Seminary, and later president of the College of South Carolina. A note beneath the letter states that mixed nitrate of copper and silver will be shipped by express to Woodrow.
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