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Correspondence - Mattie Galbraith, 1900-1906, 1918

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 4
Identifier: id291149

Scope and Contents

Letters written to Mattie Galbraith from William T. Clapers (?), T.T.C. Gregory, Gertrude Gregory, Eva Gregory (wife of nephew T.T.C Gregory) and J.E.B. Topics include an earthquake in 1906, Gertrude’s house burning down and her move to the “family house,” political campaign in Suisun, California with T.T.C.’s reelection and his important trial, Eva Gregory’s homesickness and isolation, the railroad and the Jefferson Davis Chapter. A 1906 (?) letter concerns Gregory genealogy, records in Richmond, Colonial Dames, Daughters of the Revolution and Daughters of the Confederacy with a transcribed letter from Mrs. Lyon G. Tyler. 7 letters.


  • Creation: 1900-1906, 1918


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From the Collection: 1.00 Linear Feet

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