Guide to the Lydia Hall Letter, Dec. 23, 1861
Collection number: MS 50
About Lydia Hall
Lydia Hall was a member of the Hubbard family of Walpole, N.H.
About the Lydia Hall Letter
A letter to Sanuel J. Hubbard, Walpole, NH in which Hall describes Manchester, N.H., mentions hearing “a collard [sic] man from Canida [sic]” who wanted money to assist “runaway slaves in getting up a school for the children” and also discusses other, more personal matters.
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Lydia Hall Letter, Dec. 23, 1861, MS 50, Milne Special
Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
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