William Gibbons papers 1804-1857 1828-1845 Gibbons, William

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William Gibbons papers, Gibbons, William, 1804-1857, 1828-1845

William Gibbons papers 1804-1857 1828-1845 Gibbons, William

The papers of William Gibbons consist of Gibbons' incoming correspondence and receipts for the purchase of goods. The letters and receipts contain information regarding the operation of a Georgia plantation, financial and legal matters, as well as family concerns.

264 items (0.5 linear feet)

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