ALS, 12 Jan. 1800, Mount Vernon, to Mary Stead Pinckney.

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Lewis, Nelly Custis, 1779-1852. ALS, 12 Jan. 1800, Mount Vernon, to Mary Stead Pinckney.

ALS, 12 Jan. 1800, Mount Vernon, to Mary Stead Pinckney.

Acknowledges a letter of condolence for the death of George Washington; mentions the birth of her daughter.

1 item (2 p.) ; 25 cm.

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