Papers, 1868-1876.


Huggins, Ossian. Papers, 1868-1876.

Papers, 1868-1876.

Personal letters of Ossian Huggins of Summerville (Chattooga Co.), Ga., while he was a student at Washington College, Lexington, Va., commenting on courses offered, requirements for obtaining degrees, and Robert E. Lee as president of the College. Included are two letters from a later period.

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