Contains 5 Results:
Receipt of payment by Rufus King Fitzhugh, 1852 January 14-1854 January 4
Receipt of payment by Rufus King Fitzhugh for $70.00; receipt of payment by Rufus King Fitzhugh for $30.22 1/4; receipt of payment by Rufus King Fitzhugh for $90.00. Includes typescript.
John Williams, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Rufus King Fitzhugh Esq. Springhill, Stanardsville, Greene Co., Virginia., 1851 March 25
The letter discusses a "last effort" will be made to earn some profit from the copper mine at Stony Man which has been "condemned...as worthless;" seeks Fitzhugh's advice on where Mrs. Williams can board while he is at the mine; and the availability of "Blasting powder" in the area. Includes typescript.
Sallie Champe Fitzhugh, Port Royal, Virginia to "my dearest uncle" , 1852 January 30
The letter from Sallie Champe Fitzhugh, Port Royal, Virginia to "my dearest uncle," no place, discusses her hopes to encourage uncle to visit; Papa is expecting him and Aunt Ona to visit in the spring; gossip about weddings. Includes typescript.
A.G.G [?], Christiansburg, Virginia to Rufus K. Fitzhugh, Stanardsville, Greene County, Virginia, 1853 August 27
The letter from A.G.G[?], Christiansburg, Virginia to Rufus K. Fitzhugh, Stanardsville, Greene County,Virginia, tells that he has surveyed land tracts of 100,000 acres and 40,000 acres near which there is coal; encourages Fitzhugh to buy land; expects to be in Charlottesville, Virginia by Friday; asks him to send his horse to Charlottesville.
Account of Rufus K. Fitzhugh, Stanardsville, Virginia with William H. Guns and Co., Stanardsville, Virginia, 1840 July 2
Account of the purchase of foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals, clothing and housewares. Includes typescript.