Manuscripts/Mixed Material Clara Barton Papers: General Correspondence, 1838-1912; Howard, William Willard, 1900-1902
Howard, William Willard
- Clara Barton Papers: General Correspondence, 1838-1912; Howard, William Willard, 1900-1902
- Contributor Names
- Howard, William Willard
- Howard, William Willard (None)
- Call Number
- series: General Correspondence, 1838-1912
- MSS11973, box: 71; Microfilm reel: 57
- Source Collection
- Clara Barton papers, 1805-1958
- Manuscript Division
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