Joshua Thompson Letter
Scope and Contents
This consists of one letter addressed to Joshua Tompson of Edgefield District, South Carolina, and is signed by his cousin Joe. The letter was written while Joe was aboard a ship called the "Republic" in Charleston, South Carolina. In the letter, he references the high heat in Charleston, and solicits a visit from his cousin. He also makes reference to wanting to discuss the presidential election and comments on the slaves in Charleston.
- Creation: 1840 May 30
- Thompson, Joshua (Person)
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0.01 Linear Feet
Acc. 2014.239 was received by Special Collections on 6/10/2014.
25.5 cm x 20.25 cm
Accessioned and minimally processed by Tim Eklund, Special Collections staff, in February 2015.
- Guide to the Joshua Thompson Letter
- Finding Aid Authors: Steven Bookman, University Archives Specialist.
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English