Edward Hitchcock letter to Benjamin Silliman, 1826 July 8
- Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864
A letter to Benjamin Silliman in which Edward Hitchcock inquires about a past issue in which someone may have republished Silliman's work without his permission, forging his name. Hitchcock additionally writes about identifying a type of fungus, about his chemistry course, and that Johnson Chapel is under construction.
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