I'm off to rummage through the underwear drawers of Colonel Richard Josiah Hinton for a few days. Buh-bye.
UPDATE: Day 1, FTW. Found all of Hoyt's letters during the John Brown trial explaining all the spying he was doing. I even found a letter from Hoyt a year before he died saying how he wanted to write a book with all the stuff he knew and everyone in the world was a jerk except him. In fact, I found everything I wanted to find and more, except the single thing I most wished to find: Hoyt's hand-drawn pic of the layout of John Brown's jail cell done Oct 28, 1859. I am through 2 boxes of the 9-box Hinton collection, then it's on to the Jennison Scrapbooks. If they wilt - as I expect - before the awesome investigative power of El B, then I will head home early Friday. Everything else I think I need is available on microfiche. This university will not grant me a degree; they will beg me to accept one.
UPDATE, Day 2, FTW. I figured out why Hoyt judicially murdered Phil Bucher. What I can't figure out is why that murder, of all his killings, seems to turn up everywhere.
Day 3, Home at last, home at last. Thank God almighty I'm home at last. Got enough stuff to keep me busy for weeks, But I'm now able to prove 2 separate things that ought to provide some value to the thesis.
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