A hand-written letter regarding William Marsh Rice, Jr. to ‘Col. Joe’, written on the stationery of the Grand Union Hotel, New York City, and dated January 16, 1902. The letter is addressed to ‘Col. Joe’, notifying him that Rice will be staying a few more days in Savannah (?) Lake for the probation of a will, to be signed by ‘Fred’. Original resource is a hand-written letter.
"Letter regarding William Marsh Rice, Jr. to his uncle, Jonas Shearn Rice." (1902) Rice University: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/76022.
William Marsh Rice, Jr was nephew of the founder of Rice Institute, William Marsh Rice and member of the first Board of Trustees.
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