In this letter John Frazee, one of America's earliest professional sculptors, wrote to his wife Lydia describing a railroad trip taken only a few months after the completion of the earliest successful passenger line in America - the Camden & Amboy.
John Frazee to Lydia Frazee, 1834 May 18. John Frazee papers, 1810-1964. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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