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  • Tags: Jacksonville

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The letter, held in Special Collections in the Thomas G. Carpenter Library at the University of North Florida, discusses an application for "Honor Roll" as well as Confederate daguerreotypes.

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A letter written by "Mamma" to a boy, likely her son, named Archie on his birthday. The letter informs Archie of his coming birthday present, as well as discusses the other family members at home.

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Obituary of Reverend J. Milton Waldron, pastor at Shiloh Baptist Church in Washington D.C. in the Evening Star newspaper

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A letter from Annie A. Gray written to Eartha M.M. White informing her of the death and upcoming funeral of a mutual acquaintance.

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A letter from Annie A. Gray to Eartha M.M. White discussing her friend's job search, pastor's vacation, acquaintance's marriage, and Eartha M.M. White's ill mother.

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A letter, held in Special Collections in the Thomas G. Carpenter Library at the University of North Florida, from Elisa Hatch to her relatives in Greensboro, Vermont which discusses her daily life, slavery, and racial relations in the south.

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The letter, held in Special Collections in the Thomas G. Carpenter Library at the University of North Florida, from Josephine L. Dyer to her Aunt Celia discusses the weather in Jacksonville and the individuals renting her spare rooms.

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A settler from the North, A. B. Temple writes to friend and former neighbor A. R. Hunter. Temple discusses the population of the town he now resides in, along with local wildlife and temperature. Much of the letter is devoted to describing the…

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A letter, held in Special Collections in the Thomas G. Carpenter Library at the University of North Florida, from Elisa Hatch to her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Comings in Greensboro, Vermont. The writer describes her experience living in…

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A letter written by E.A. Lee to Mrs. William J Clark, detailing Lee's experience as a winter visitor in Jacksonville, FL, in 1886.
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