Thomas Wynne and James Custis Correspondence
Scope and Contents
Four letters to and from Thomas Wynne. The first letter from 1856, from Wynne, concerns a friend's volumes of literature and periodicals such as the "London Literary Gazette" that he is trying to sell to a library. The three letters between Wynne and Custis concern a piece of land being sold for $3,000. Wynne asks Custis to release a loan and Wynne will "give a note for the amount...payable at 6 months" or Wynne will have to have the property sold at auction to "pay the mortgage." Custis writes back says that Wynne's proposition is acceptable.
- Creation: 1856
- Creation: 1868
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From the Hart Collection.
- Guide to the Thomas Wynne and James Custis Correspondence
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