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Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Va., October 20, 1881: My Dear Sir: I Had the Pleasure of Addressing You Through the Circular Letter of the Society Dated the 20th of July Last, and Beg Now to Add a Word, and in the Direction of the Character of the Historical Material the Society Desires So Much to Put in Print. ... : The Chief Object of the Society Is to Secure a Publication Fund ... : The Annual Dues ... Will Provide for This Work .

R.A. Brock, Corresponding Secretary and Librarian
Format
Book; Broadside
Published
[Richmond, Va. : Virginia Historical Society, 1881]
Language
English
Variant Title
My Dear Sir, I had the pleasure of addressing you through the Circular Letter of the Society
I had the pleasure of addressing you through the Circular Letter of the Society dated the 20th of July last, and beg now to add a word, and in the direction of the character of the historical material the Society desires so much to put in print.
Description
1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 27 x 21 cm.
Notes
Circular letter, concluding, "I trust it will be your pleasure to authorize me to present your name for membership."
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Transferred from MSS Division.
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