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Identifier: SC 01392
Ten page letter from an unknown person to Mary Ellen Vaten. In it the writer describes an elegant dinner with a judge, colonel, and reverend, among others, and also Papa's new decorations paintings in their house in order to accommodate guests. She explains that the house is in "apple pie" order. There is also lengthy descriptions of wedding plans, and family happenings.
Identifier: SC 01395
Identifier: SC 01356
An envelope written by James Monroe from Oak Hill to Thomas W. Griffith in Baltimore, Maryland dated February 2, 1828.
Identifier: SC 01491
Scope and Contents
Letter to Mr. Starkey about training in the armed forces and serving with "the Maryland-Virginia boys under General Gaither."
- Names: Gary Alonzo Barranger
- Subject: Correspondence