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A typescript of a memoir written by Mary Jeffery Galt. She details her family life and experiences while growing up. The memoir also comments on the social, economic, and political issues of the time.

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Letters written by and to Mary Jeffery Galt regarding personal and familial matters, the outbreak of the Civil War, and economic and political issues.

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Letters written by Sally M. Galt to her cousin Mary Jeffery Galt regarding familial and personal matters.

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Letters written by Robert War Galt to his sister Mary Jeffery Galt regarding familial and personal matters.

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Letters written by William R. Galt and Mary Williams W. Galt to their daughter Mary Jeffery Galt. The letters concern family matter, health issues, as well as the political, economic, and social…

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THE NEW YORK JOURNAL OF MEDICINE.
VOL. VIII........THIRD SERIES

NEW YORK: BAILLIÉRE BROTHERS, 440…

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Drafts and retained copies of letters by Gabriella V. Galt. This includes numerous letters from various correspondents. The letters detail family matters, personal issues, as well as the social and…

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A letter written by Mollie Borland to her cousin Euclid Borland, Jr. regarding personal and familial matters.

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A letter written by T. R. Borland to Miss Betsy regarding recent events and personal matters.

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A letter written by Euclid Borland to his son Euclid Borland, Jr. describing family matters, life in New York, and recent events.

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A letter writeen by Millie Borland to her cousin Euclid Borland detailing family matters.

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A letter written by Euclid Borland to Thomas R. Borland discussing family matters and illnesses.

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A letter written by Euclid Borland to George Godwin regarding family matters and illnesses.

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A letter written by V.R. Borland to his uncle while he was a student at the University of Virginia. He writes about family matters and health issues.

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A letter written by Euclid Borland to George Godwin detailing family, political, and economic matters.

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A letter written by Fannie Brown to George Godwin discussing family matters and health issues.

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A letter written by Fannie Brown to George Godwin announcing her upcoming marriage.

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A letter written by Fannie Borland of Little Rock, Arkansas to her cousin Euclid Borland. She details family matters and current events.

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11 Welfield Place 22 Oct./61
Dear Ann
I recd your letter to 5 Oct. at
Sedgwick, & that to 8th…

Business and personal letters and papers of Floyd L. Whitehead, Deputy Sheriff of Nelson County. Included are day books and fee books of the county; Confederate tax forms for the listing of cattle and agriculture products on which ten percent,…