Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to Frederick A. Mayo, 28 December 1820

Monticello Dec. 28. 20.


I was very sorry to learn that you had suffered in the common calamities of the times, and still more so on seeing your stock in trade advertised by trustees.

I have two considerable boxes of books, packed some time ago, containing upwards of 100. vols, which want binding but not knowing whether you still carry on the binding business I have suspended the sending them to you, until I can be informed by yourself whether you can bind them, and shall govern myself by your answer with every assurance of my best wishes & respect.

Th: Jefferson

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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