J. L. Campbell papers, 1858-1870 [manuscript].

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Campbell, J. L. (John Lyle), 1818-1886. J. L. Campbell papers, 1858-1870 [manuscript].

J. L. Campbell papers, 1858-1870 [manuscript].

Letters to Professor Campbell, Washington College (Lexington, Va.) from Thomas Jonathan Jackson, 1858, about the Lexington Sabbath School for Negroes, and from Gen. Robert E. Lee, 1867 and 1870, about college matters.

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