Letter from Samuel Cornelius to T.Z.R. Jones
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Samuel Cornelius explains to T.Z.R. Jones that "Circumstances have hindered him from laboring for Kalamazoo [College]; is deeply discouraged by the financial crisis; has obtained subscriptions of $1,375 for the theological endowment and hopes that the goal of $20,000 will soon be reached; Bro. [Aroswell] Lamb [Baptist preacher] is an ardent friend of their cause." - From the Calendar of the Baptist Collection, p. 45.
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