Guide to the Lewis Gaylord Clark Letters, 1857
Collection number: MS 66
About Lewis Gaylord Clark
Lewis Gaylord Clark worked for the Knickerbocker magazine
About the Lewis Gaylord Clark Letters
Two letters written by Lewis Gaylord Clark of the Knickerbocker magazine to M.S. Beach inquiring about the possibility of publishing some accounts of the life of the notorious criminal Stephen Burroughs. The June 29 and July 2 1857 letters describe public reaction to Burrough’s book and brief biographical notes about his life and death.
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[Identification of item], Lewis Gaylord Clark Letters, June 29 and July 2, 1857, MS 66, Milne Special
Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
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