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MC 00307 Guide to Elliot C. Cowdin's Report to the Department of State on Silk and Silk Manufacture, [1868?]
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Cowdin, Elliot C. (Elliot Christopher), 1819-1880
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Handwritten report by Elliot Christopher Cowdin of New York, United States Commissioner to the Paris Universal Exposition of 1867, on the basic history of the international silk industry as well as the results of his work as Commissioner to the Paris Exposition.
Elliot Christopher Cowdin (1819-1880) was a silk merchant in New York in the mid-nineteenth century. He was United States Commissioner to the Paris Universal Exposition of 1867.
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