Collection of about 40 letters addressed to Mr. Judson V. Teague from 1926- 1950. Most of the letters are dated from 1926 to 1928, from his wife Josephine while she was in South Carolina and he worked at the Portsmouth Hospital in Portsmouth, Virginia. A few of the letters are from Judson to Josephine. Included with the letters are Christmas, Easter, and Valentine's cards and two cloths; one of which was hand embroidered.
Majority of material found within 1926-1928
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Biographical / Historical
Judson V. Teague was born in 1903 in North Carolina and married Mary Josephine Hasson in 1924. They lived in Richmond, Washington D.C., and Baltimore. Judson died in 1975 and Josephine died in 1983. They are buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Anne Arundel County, Maryland.