Unknown at Woodside, to Mrs. Hetty E. Fitzhugh, Standardsville,Greene County, Virginia, 1852 April 24
Scope and Contents
The letter from an unknown person at Woodside, to Mrs. Hetty E. Fitzhugh, Standardsville,Greene County, Virginia discusses how Father and Mr. Sinclair were in Washington; "Father has given up all hope of his military claim." Includes typescript.
- 1852 April 24
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From the Collection: 0.30 Linear Feet
- From the Collection: Baytop, Lucy Taliaferro Catlett (Person)
- From the Collection: Baytop family (Family)
- From the Collection: Fitzhugh family (Family)
- From the Collection: Fitzhugh, Henrietta Ellen Baytop (Person)
- From the Collection: Fitzhugh, Mary F. (Person)
- From the Collection: Fitzhugh, Rufus King (Person)