William & Mary lottery tickets
Four lottery tickets signed by Robert Greenhow for the benefit of William & Mary.
- Creation: Undated
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Biographical / Historical
Robert Greenhow was married to Ann, the Daughter of Mr. Elias Wills of Richmond, Virginia in 1786.
0.1 Linear Feet (One legal size folder )
The William & Mary Lottery Tickets are arranged into one file.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated by Mr. L. Peyton Humphrey on behalf ot the estate of Mrs. Lois D. Elliot.
- Guide to William & Mary lottery tickets
- William & Mary Special Collections and Research Center staff
- 2023 April
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