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Box 3


Contains 5 Results:

Box 3, 1859-1861

 File — Box: 3
Identifier: id82446
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

This subseries consists of material related to William Booth Taliaferro. In addition to the correspondence in this subseries, there is additional correspondence in subseries 8: Oversize, folder 4.

Dates: 1859-1861

Correspondence, 1861

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 4
Identifier: id83042
Scope and Contents

36 items. Williamsburg Masons (J. Bunting to William Booth Taliaferro concerning publication of address of William Booth Taliaferro's), A.M. Perkins, Eunice B. Hussey, William A. Carrington, W.J. Sargent, Reports of William Booth Taliaferro, William Booth Taliaferro to H. R. Jackson, R.R. Howinson, Lt. Garnet Andrews, William Booth Taliaferro to Sally, Henry W. Tabb

Dates: 1861

Correspondence, 1859

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id83039
Scope and Contents 74 items. Unfinished letter of [?] to Rufus J. Colley (bears legal notes concerning estate of William H. Roy), Francis M. Boykin, Jr., Upperville Male Academy, John Haw, Thomas H. Ellis, P.M. Tabb & Son, order from Henry A. Wise to Gibson to call on Superintendent of Arsenal at Harper's Ferry for amunition, John Blair Hoge to Wise, S. Bassett French to Jno. B. Hoge, Morton Marye, Sister to William Booth Taliaferro, H.H. Dent, Medical Report of R. A. Straith, David S. Watson, J. Lucins...
Dates: 1859

Correspondence, Letter and order book of William Booth Taliaferro concerning Harper's Ferry, 1859

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 2
Identifier: id83040
Scope and Contents

Letter and order book of William Booth Taliaferro concerning Harper's Ferry

Dates: 1859

Correspondence, 1860

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 3
Identifier: id83041
Scope and Contents

12 items. John Letcher (concerning Harper's Ferry, Charlestown, West Virginia), Hardy & Reothy, Norfolk, Virginia, Jennie Goolrick, Henry A. Wise, Sally Nivinson (Lyons) Taliaferro, Rogers & Langley, Norfolk, Virginia, P.M. Tabb & Son, Richmond, Virgnia, William H. Lyons

Dates: 1860