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Letter from John J. Audubon to Richard Harlan, 20 March 1833

Letter in which Audubon discusses his recent seizure that left him paralyzed in his pen hand, mouth, and lips, and the gassing of a golden eagle so he could paint it. Discusses his "Birds in America" series.

Letter from Anna Blake to Harriet Corlis, 25 December 1819

Letter from Anna Blake to Harriet Corlis sending well wishes for the upcoming Christmas, including a gift for her. She relates that she is learning to draw in crayons, stating "Mr. Audubon who is my Master is very good natured and is perfect master…