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Thomas Kelah Wharton, "Euterpe Knoll, Hyde Park," September 11, 1839, pen and ink sketch, 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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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>
 
Inscribed: "Euterpe Knoll Hyde Park N.York/J.K. Wharton, Sept. 11 1839"
 
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, 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

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

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