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Drummond indicates that his friend Dr. William Wood is a candidate for the office of Superintendent of the Asylum for the Blind in Columbus, and tells Finley about the many good qualities of Dr. Wood. Drummond asks Finley to use his influence on Dr. Wood's behalf, who is universally known and without a doubt the best physician of that nature in the District. Abstract Number - 510
General Ministry; Blind Asylum, State; Dr. William Wood
Drummond, J., "Letter from J. Drummond to James B. Finley" (1848). Finley Letters. 808.