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In this letter to his sisters, Joseph Peace Hazard writes from London about his travels in England. Topics include social calls; observations of the laborers and servants; a visit to Leicester Square; and viewing a procession of the Queen on her way to Parliament.
envelopes; Text; letters (correspondence)
London; England; United Kingdom; Europe
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travel writing; letters; plants; trees; flowers
Hazard, Joseph Peace, "Travel letter no. 33, Series 1" (1858). Joseph Peace Hazard papers. 56.