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Wilkinson-Keith Family Papers

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055. Willis Keith to Anna Bella Keith -- June 1, 1862?.
055. Willis Keith to Anna Bella Keith -- June 1, 1862?. Willis writes five miles from Richmond about an imminent engagement and the Union Army's use of a hot air balloon for reconnaissance
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038. Willis Wilkinson to daughter -- n.d.
038. Willis Wilkinson to daughter -- n.d. Willis wishes to know Mary's condition
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042. Willis Wilkinson to Anna B. Wilkinson -- n.d.
042. Willis Wilkinson to Anna B. Wilkinson -- n.d. Willis asks if Anna will visit
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058. Willis Keith to Anna Bell Keith -- June 30, 1862
058. Willis Keith to Anna Bell Keith -- June 30, 1862 Willis - 12th Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers - writes from near Richmond on charging with the 1st Regiment, under orders of General Gregg. He reports great loss of life including two "Rhetts" and Shubrick Hayne. Willis notes he is next to head off Union General McClellan.
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039. Virginia and Lucy to Anna B. Wilkinson -- n.d.
039. Virginia and Lucy to Anna B. Wilkinson -- n.d. Virginia writes of parties and matrimonial engagements. Lucy adds a postscript, beckoning Anna to Richmond and describing St. Peter's Church.
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002. V. to an unnamed friend -- June 15, 1837
002. V. to an unnamed friend -- June 15, 1837 V. [possibly Virginia Wilkinson Belin] discusses with a dear friend the importance of applying the mind when reading, as opposed to letting the mind wander
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006. Unnamed writer to Mamma
006. Unnamed writer to Mamma Unsigned letter sent from Philadelphia. The writer tells her mother to thank her father for sending money. She reports that she went to St. Stephens Church, and saw Laurel Hill Cemetery, Girard College, and Fairmount. She also states that there will be a Torchlight Procession with 7,000 people that evening.
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159. My First Deer -- n.d
159. My First Deer -- n.d Typescript of recollections from J.C.H.'s boyhood hunting expeditions
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173. "Tribute" - Dec. 1869
173. "Tribute" - Dec. 1869 Tribute to Magdalen Elizabeth Keith from her students at the Normal School
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151. Trapier [Marshall?] to Alex Marshall? -- Sept. 12, 1886
151. Trapier [Marshall?] to Alex Marshall? -- Sept. 12, 1886 Trapier writes of a fire at Orelot and of the Charleston earthquake
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206. Envelope - n.d
206. Envelope - n.d To Sarah Wilkinson
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213. Envelope - n.d To Mrs. P.T. Keith
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210. Envelope - n.d To Mrs. P.T. Keith
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209. Envelope - n.d
209. Envelope - n.d To Mrs. P.T. Keith
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208. Envelope - n.d To Mrs. P.T. Keith
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207. Envelope - n.d To Mrs. P.T. Keith
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205. Envelope - n.d
205. Envelope - n.d To Mrs. P.T. Keith
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212. Envelope - n.d To Mrs. M.E. Keith
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211. Envelope - n.d
211. Envelope - n.d To Mrs. Alex Marshall
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204. Envelope - n.d
204. Envelope - n.d To Mrs. Alex Marshall
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