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  • Tags: Nineteenth Century

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.

A letter from Josephine L. Dyer to her mother discussing her daily life, as well as describing her search for a new home.

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.

A letter sent from Jacksonville, Florida on February 6th, 1846, to John from S. S. Hyatt. The letter describes Hyatt's experiences visiting a plantation and attending various events in Jacksonville.
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