Letter from Benjamin Smith Lyman to Divie Bethune McCartee
- Letter from Benjamin Smith Lyman to Divie Bethune McCartee
Lyman is pleased that McCartee and his wife may be visiting the area soon and offers to help find accommodations. He discusses his modest living arrangements and the need to economize due to the depressed state of business but expects improvement soon. He is ready to undertake survey work in any part of the country and discusses his knowledge of Japanese and Chinese dialects and their usefulness when working abroad.
- Lyman, Benjamin Smith, 1835-1920
- McCartee, Divie Bethune, 1820-1900
February 2, 1899
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Benjamin Smith Lyman Papers
Series 1. Correspondence
Social life and customs
- 3 p.
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