Letter on mourning stationery to Mr. J.C. Good, October 17, 1901, Mobile, Mr. H. S. Allen, Jan. 7, 1887, Mobile, and a cabinet photograph by Harry E. Wallace of Mobile, Alabama. [1860?]-1909.
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Augusta Evans, a native of Columbus, Ga., was the author of numerous popular novels, among them Beulah, Inez, and Macaria, a novel on Civil War themes that was banned by Union officers but won popularity among both Confederate and Union troops. A longtime resident of Mobile, Ala., she married Colonel Lorenzo Wilson, a businessman active in banking, railroads, and wholesale groceries. From the description of Augusta Evans Wilson letter, circa 1865-1909. (Louisiana State University). W...