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Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

John Pinnell Letter, 1836-03-07

 File — Box 4257.015: [1006214240], Folder: 5
Scope and Contents Letter from John Pinnell of Danville, Virginia, to Thomas Carter, also of Danville about cotton sales and about a possible smallpox outbreak.
Dates: 1836-03-07

Letter from James to Charles W. Barber, 1901 January 23

 File — Box 4257.008: [1006214233], Folder: 17
Scope and Contents Letter from James of Dodge Center, Minnesota, to Charles W. Barber of North Loup, Nebraska, asking about former parishioners, a small pox scare in town, and mentioning a search for good men to serve as pastors.
Dates: 1901 January 23

S. Y. Thomas Letter, 1848 July 11

 File — Box 4257.015: [1006214240], Folder: 12
Scope and Contents Letter from S. Y. Thomas, of Yorkville, Tennessee, to his sister Jane B. Ireland, of Richmond, Virginia, talking mainly about the health of family members, the deaths or sickness of several, and the reports of typhus and smallpox. Thomas states that in the upcoming 1848 presidential election many local Whigs are not pleased with their idate, Zachary Taylor, whereas the local Democrats are, "finely pleased" with [Lewis] Cass and will all vote for him in this election.
Dates: 1848 July 11