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Correspondence to Louisa Coulling, undated

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 9
Identifier: id287307

Scope and Contents

(1) “Dear Sister Coulling”, from T. Edward & Mary E. Martin, Concord, Campbell County, April 24; glad to receive the photo of late minister Bro. C., whose memory we’ll cherish; please visit. 1 sheet, 2 pp. (2) “My Dear Aunt Lou” [Miss Louisa Baxter], Lexington, from MLC[?], Richmond]?], May 6[?]; Willie is much better, got a discharge from the army; what a glorious victory we had at Chancellorsville. 1 torn sheet, w/env. (3) “My Dearest Lou”, from Your poor mother, MLC[?], Jeffersonville, May16; apparently nervous and sick; if you come it will save me all trouble with Sid, who’s learning to do for himself; gives directions for trip; come at once. 1 folded sheet & 1 half sheet, 6 pp. (4) :My Dear Lou, from ???, Richmond, 1871[?]Sept 26; received letter from Mr Taylor; sign the receipt]?] instead of the one I last sent. 1 small sheet.


  • Creation: undated


Language of Materials

From the Collection:

English and Latin

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From the Collection: 0.50 Linear Feet

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