Contains 12 Results:
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.
31 items. S.S. McClure Co., J. William Jones, Sally, William J. Davidson [R-------?], H. ------- (Phi Beta Kappa), H.B. Smith, Benjamin La Bree, H.R. Pollard, Edward Taliaferro (son), [Louise Atke?] and [Walter F. Atke?], J.N. Stubbs, J.E. Goode, George W. Carrington
41 items. E. Oram Lyte, Jno. A. Cunningham, W.W. Woodward, J.B. Upham, Elizabeth Sauders Stubbs, C.C. Scott, A. Myers, Thomas S. Martin, Nottingham and Wrenn Co., Helen B. French, [?] (granddaughter), H.B. Smith, William Dickerson, Charles A. Nesbitt, Morton Maury, Richard W. Jones, George K. Taylor, W.H. Miller, Christopher E. Wilson, Nathan Tyler, John B. Cary & Son, William J. Davison, Charles E. Wilson, Christopher ------, M.D. (Medical College of Virginia dean)
43 items. S.V. Corbell, W.D. Chesterman, William J. Davison, [William Dicken?], Chris E. Wilson, H.B. Smith, Sally, Benjamin M. Cox, A. Saks & co., William A. Smith, T.H. Taliaferro, B. Perry, Jacob Morton White, Richard H. Smith, Fanny T. James
7 items. The Nottingham & Wren Co., Alexander W. Archer, Hohn Lesslie Hall, L.Q. Washington, R.H. Wills, Mrs. John N. Booth, J.D. Crump
8 items. Folder within Folder &: 1 item. Statement to the effect that the Battle of "Battery Waggon" S.C. 18 July, 1863 "afforded " him "more satisfaction than any other one." 1 page. Purchased July 1970