Three 1877 hand-written letters. Two of the letters in the collection were handwritten by H. McDowell who was visiting Leipsic, Germany. The recipient was C.N. Cobb who I believe was visiting London. The third item is a letter from a steamship company from London, informing Mr. Cobb that all arrangements are made for his departure from London to New York. Total of 7 pages. One of the letters (November 22, 1877) states, "Didn't go to hear the Jubilee Singers, but I heard they had a good house and the "Tagblatt" (Day Sheet, newspaper) spoke highly of them. They gave a second concert this eve. They were at church yesterday, but did not sing, except with the congregation...".