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File — Box 4257.016: , Folder: 7
Scope and Contents Letters from Christopher Heft in Thomasville, Georgia, and San Antonio, Texas, to his brothers William and Henry and sisters Tillie and Hattie in Louisville, Kentucky. Heft suffered from tuberculosis and had moved from Kentucky to Georgia for his health. Unable to find light work to pay for his room and board, he moved to Texas, where his health continued to deteriorate. He returned to Georgia shortly before he died of the disease. His letters deal with his health, his need for money, and his...
Content Description 24 letters from Levi Lundy to his brother, Joel Lundy, from September 29, 1832 to February 10, 1834. The letters document Levi’s travels to find a healthier environment and the worsening of his tuberculosis. Lundy ‘s letters were sent from Savannah and Macon, Georgia, Tuscaloosa and Mobile, Alabama, Nassau and Bimini, Bahamas, Norfolk, Virginia, Gibraltar, and Malta. There is also a letter to Joel Lundy to inform him of his brother’s death in Gibraltar on March 10, 1834.
Dates: 1832-09-29 - 1834-02-10; 1834-03