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Thomas Kelah Wharton, "Euterpe Knoll, Hyde Park," September 11, 1839, pen and ink, from Thomas Kelah Wharton's Diaries and Sketchbooks, 1830-1834, New York Public Library, Manuscripts and Archives Division, Shelf locator: MssCol 3306<p></p>
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Inscribed: "Euterpe Knoll Hyde Park N.York/J.K. Wharton, Sept. 11 1839"
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Thomas Kelah Wharton, “Euterpe Knoll, Hyde Park”, September 11, 1839, in ''Thomas Kelah Wharton's Diaries and Sketchbooks, 1830–34'', pen and ink. Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library.
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Inscription: Euterpe Knoll Hyde Park N.York / J. K. Wharton, Sept. 11 1839

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Thomas Kelah Wharton, “Euterpe Knoll, Hyde Park”, September 11, 1839, in Thomas Kelah Wharton's Diaries and Sketchbooks, 1830–34, pen and ink. Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library.

Inscription: Euterpe Knoll Hyde Park N.York / J. K. Wharton, Sept. 11 1839

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