William P. Frye



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Lewiston Public Library

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Handwritten note on President Pro Tempore, U.S. Senate letterhead from U.S. Senator William P. Frye (R) of Lewiston, to Helen [possibly his daughter Helen (Frye) White]. Date: Jan. 29, 1901.

The note is in regards to the communication William P. Frye had with Andrew Carnegie for funding of the Lewiston library.

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Androscoggin County; Lewiston

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Washington, DC


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Letter From U.S. Sen. William P. Frye To Helen, January 29, 1901


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