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General Curtiss Estate Correspondence, 1871

 File — Box: 4267.001, Folder: 37

Scope and Contents

This file contains a business card and two letters, with envelopes. One letter is dated April 1, 1871, and was sent to Mr. E. C. Hines in Newburgh, Warrick County, Indiana, from L. C. Castle in Memphis, Tennessee. The letter discusses the will of General Curtiss and the heirs of his estate; Castle was counsel to the executor of the will and had been communicating with George I. E. Carroll about the will. The other letter, dated October 16, 1871, is from Horatio Curtiss in Clinton, New York, to Olney Hines, discussing the beneficiaries and assets in the will of General Curtiss. The business card is for a K. Carroll, attorney in Rome, New York.


  • 1871


Language of Materials

From the Collection: Materials are in English.

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From the Collection: 3.0 Linear Feet


Formerly MSS.2117

Local Identifier


Processing Information

Processed by Jamie Burke, August 2008.

Repository Details

Part of the The University of Alabama Libraries Special Collections Repository

Box 870266
Tuscaloosa AL 35487-0266