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In accordance with Finley's request, Dr. Guard, bearer of this letter, was taken through the Book Concern. Swormstedt then tells Finley that he can be furnished with the books for his proposed library, and other supplies, at the cost price. Finley should send an order for what he wants. Abstract Number - 573
Book Agent Letters; State Prison -- Reading; Western Book Concern
Swormstedt & Mitchell, "Letter from Swormstedt & Mitchell to James B. Finley" (1846). Finley Letters. 869.