WILLIAM H. H. MURRAY - AUTOGRAPH CIRCA 1875 - HFSID 169346
WILLIAM H.H. MURRAY The popular clergyman and writer pens his autograph on this 3½x2¼ piece of paper, signed in iron gall ink Signature: “W.H.H. Murray/1875” in iron gall ink. 3½x2¼, affixed to a 4¼x2¾ piece of paper.
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WILLIAM H.H. MURRAY
The popular clergyman and writer pens his autograph on this 3½x2¼ piece of paper, signed in iron gall ink
Signature: “W.H.H. Murray/1875” in iron gall ink. 3½x2¼, affixed to a 4¼x2¾ piece of paper. William Henry Harrison Murray (1840-1904) was a clergyman and author of an influential series of articles and books which popularized the Adirondacks and became known as the father of the Outdoor Movement. In 1862 he graduated from Yale and served as a minister in Greenwich, Connecticut and Meriden, Connecticut. Murray was also a pastor of Park Street Church in Boston from 1868 to 1874 and gave Sunday evening lectures about the Adirondacks in a Boston music-hall that proved highly popular, and he published a series of articles based on the lectures in a Meriden newspaper; and in 1869 they were published as a book, Adventures in the Wilderness; or Camp-Life in the Adirondacks. Lightly toned and creased. Otherwise, fine condition.
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