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Wilkinson-Keith Family Papers

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214. Envelope - May 21, 1857
214. Envelope - May 21, 1857 To M. Keith
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101. C.G. Memminger to Rev. P.T. Keith -- July 17, 1863?
101. C.G. Memminger to Rev. P.T. Keith -- July 17, 1863? This telegram from C.G. Memminger to Rev. P.T. Keith explains that "Willis [was] not injured in [the] last battle"
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102. Handwritten note -- 1741?
102. Handwritten note -- 1741? This note announces the death of Capt. Thomas Gadsden, Customs Officer in South Carolina.
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153. Alex Marshall? to Magdalen Elizabeth Wilkinson Marshall -- Aug. 11, c.1880s?
153. Alex Marshall? to Magdalen Elizabeth Wilkinson Marshall -- Aug. 11, c.1880s? This letter concerns a death in the family
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155. Cookery book
155. Cookery book This cook book includes instruction on: cabbage; eggs; corn soup; corn fritters; tomato soup; German waffles; canned tomatoes; maccaroni; beef a la mode; birds nest pudding; fried fish; salad; and rice. Also advice on chapped hands; damp closets; polishing furniture; destroying vermin; using scrapbooks; and extracting grease.
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147. "M.T.P." [Mary Prentiss?] to Magdalen Elizabeth Wilkinson Keith -- Aug. 23, 1886
147. "M.T.P." [Mary Prentiss?] to Magdalen Elizabeth Wilkinson Keith -- Aug. 23, 1886 This concerns family health and gossip
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156. Album, 1864
156. Album, 1864 This album displays, color illustrations; mostly children in rural settings
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052. "A.W.M" to Paul Trapier Keith -- July 18, year unknown
052. "A.W.M" to Paul Trapier Keith -- July 18, year unknown The writer offers encouragement in relation to a prospective job with the Rail Roads.
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047. [Paul Trapier?] Keith to Willis Wilkinson -- Jan. 13, year unknown.
047. [Paul Trapier?] Keith to Willis Wilkinson -- Jan. 13, year unknown. The writer informs Willis of a forthcoming debate: "Are public amusements beneficial or not to the people"
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162. Telegram- May 10, 1879
162. Telegram- May 10, 1879 Telegram from Hugh Thompson to General R. Siegling.
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120. Alex Marshall to Magdelen Elizabeth Wilkinson Marshall (nee Keith) -- Aug. 13, 1893
120. Alex Marshall to Magdelen Elizabeth Wilkinson Marshall (nee Keith) -- Aug. 13, 1893 Telegram from Alex in Chicago that everyone attended an exposition
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227. Flag -- n.d.
227. Flag -- n.d. State flag of South Carolina
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103. Newspaper article -- n.d.
103. Newspaper article -- n.d. Shipping notices and poem entitled "The Excursionist"
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037. Sarah Wilkinson to Eleanora Wilkinson -- n.d.
037. Sarah Wilkinson to Eleanora Wilkinson -- n.d. Sarah writes that Virginia has given birth to a son
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035. Sarah Wilkinson to Eleanora Wilkinson -- July 30th (prior to 1849)
035. Sarah Wilkinson to Eleanora Wilkinson -- July 30th (prior to 1849) Sarah writes complaning about her crowded home, discussing a visit by Reverend William Miller who is on his way to Mobile
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040. Sarah to Eleanora Wilkinson -- 8th, n.d.
040. Sarah to Eleanora Wilkinson -- 8th, n.d. Sarah discusses Virginia's travels, parties and Virginia's baby.
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001. Sarah Ann Marshall to Mrs. Elizabeth Greenwood -- November 3, 1835
001. Sarah Ann Marshall to Mrs. Elizabeth Greenwood -- November 3, 1835 Sarah Ann Marshall writes her aunt with the family news from Cheraw. She reports that many people in the area have been sick, including family members, though most have recovered.
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234. Coupon -- n.d.
234. Coupon -- n.d. Ration coupon
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004. Poem: "Notes on a sleeper"
004. Poem: "Notes on a sleeper" Poem about riding on a railroad sleeper car, and its relative merits compared to steamship travel.
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223. Photograph -- n.d.
223. Photograph -- n.d. Photograph of a sailing vessel
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