One letter from John M. Kirkpatrick to Rev. E.D. Saunders, written on February 10, 1845. Kirkpatrick, a resident of Farmville, Virginia, is inquiring about a teaching job in the math department at Rev. Saunders' school in Petersburg, Virginia. E.D. Saunders was the first President of the Petersburg Classical Institute, a first-class boys preparatory institute. Kirkpatrick would become a teacher at the school.
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Rev. E.D. Saunders was the first President of the Petersburg Classical Insistute in Petersburg, Virginia. John M. Kirkpatrick was an instructor at the school and a Graduate of Washington College.
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