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Margaret Ritchie Stone, Washington, to [?], [1861?]

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 188
Identifier: id89227

Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents

"the bustle of rolling waggons and passing soldiery"; "anticipation attack upon Alexandria"; mention of General Beauregard; Dr. Stone's attendance to wounded soldiers; "feeling of emnity to all Southerners"; Margaret's cautiousness about expressing her true feelings about the war; William Ritchie's return to Richmond while Cora remained in Paris; friends killed in battle; "talk of confiscating property"; destructiion of Richmond's elite black horse company. 8 pp. AL.


  • Creation: [1861?]


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From the Collection: 6.50 Linear Feet

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Part of the Special Collections Research Center Repository