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By Courtesy of Harvard University Archives 50.27.73
John Hancock wrote a letter in 1773 accepting appointment as Harvard University's treasurer, serving from 1773 to 1777 — concurrent with the American Revolutionary War.
John Hancock wrote a letter in 1773 accepting appointment as Harvard University's treasurer, serving from 1773 to 1777 — concurrent with the American Revolutionary War.

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