James Fenimore Cooper and Dr. Weiner correspondence
A single letter from James Fenimore Cooper of New York, New York, to Dr. Weiner c/o T. Hawkins of William & Mary. The letter expresses Cooper's reasoning for the writing of "The Deerslayer."
- Creation: 1841
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.1 Linear Feet (1 legal size folder)
- Guide to James Fenimore Cooper and Dr. Weiner correspondence
- William & Mary Special Collections Research Center Staff
- 2023 January
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