Brock Collection: Papers of Thomas Hicks Wynne, 1848-1901.

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Wynne, Thos. H. (Thomas Hicks), 1820-1875. Brock Collection: Papers of Thomas Hicks Wynne, 1848-1901.

Brock Collection: Papers of Thomas Hicks Wynne, 1848-1901.

Correspondence of Thomas Hicks Wynne, mostly letters addressed to him relating to his historical interests, particularly his work on Historical documents from the Old Dominion (Richmond, Va., 1860-74. 5 v.). Also included are pieces dealing with the supplying of Confederate troops defending Richmond, Wynne's business career, discussion of state and national politics, current events, family news, and the settlement of Wynne's estate.

Approx. 680 pieces.5 boxes.

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