William Brown Letters, 1844-1846
File — Box: 4257.004, Folder: 16
Scope and Contents
Letters from William Brown of Logansport, Indiana, to B. F. Brown in Piqua, Ohio, discussing crops and commerce in Logansport, and explains that he has had to fire the man sharing the house with him because of his drinking, and that B. F. should not be surprised if he hears of William getting married again because he needs a housekeeper.
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From the Collection: 15.2 Linear Feet
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
Formerly MSS.2375 William Brown Letters