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In this travel letter to his sisters, Joseph Peace Hazard writes from several cities in Italy. Topics include opinions on various Italian cities; social calls with the Derbys and other friends; sightseeing of monuments to historic Italians (e.g., Dante, Galileo, etc.); and observations on the flora and fauna of the areas.
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Florence; Bologne; Parma; Genoa; Italy; Trieste; Europe
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Hazard, Joseph Peace, "Travel letter no. 28, Series 1" (1858). Joseph Peace Hazard Papers. 52.