[A man holding a writing instrument and an open book; a man lying on the ground with a hat covering his face as a dog stands over him; and the Grindstone Inn]

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[A man holding a writing instrument and an open book; a man lying on the ground with a hat covering his face as a dog stands over him; and the Grindstone Inn]
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Undated
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Henry [Brevoort Eddy] ALS to Louise [Lyman], [undated]. Mamaroneck, New York, page 3. From a collection of 14 illustrated letters that Henry Brevoort Eddy of Mamaroneck, New York, wrote to Louise Lyman, a friend living in Tarrytown, New York, and London, England. Eddy discussed his social life in Tuxedo Park, Mamaroneck, and New York City, and illustrated each letter with multiple (often humorous) ink drawings.
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Henry Brevoort Eddy letters
Collection Creator
Lyman, Louise
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4650
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William L. Clements Library
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2018-04-10 15:47:43

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