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

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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

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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…