Letters, 1876-1885.


Harvie, Lewis Edwin, 1809-1887. Letters, 1876-1885.

Letters, 1876-1885.

These papers are personal and political letters addressed to Harvie. Correspondents include Edwin Gilliam Booth (1810-1886); Thomas Branch; William M. Burwell; A.D. Dickinson; T.T. Fauntleroy, Jr.; W.W. Gordon; E.J. Harvie (b. 1835), 12 letters; Moses D. Hoge; Elisha E. Hundley; William F. Jackson; John W. Johnston; B.M. Jones; John F. Lewis; James Lyons; P.W. McKinney; William Mahone (1826-1895, U.S. Senator), 21 letters; John E. Massey; William S. Morris; W.N. Newman; John Ott; Wyndham Robertson; Francis Gildart Ruffin (1816-1892), 16 letters; James Cocke Southall (1828-1897), 5 letters; P.M. Thompson; William M. Tredway; John Randolph Tucker; L.Q. Washington; and Robert Enoch Withers.

283 p. and 17 leaves.

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