Scrapbook of Jane B. Meade [manuscript], 1875-1888.


Meade, Jane B. Scrapbook of Jane B. Meade [manuscript], 1875-1888.

Scrapbook of Jane B. Meade [manuscript], 1875-1888.

The volume contains sentimental poetry, articles and poems about Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson; death notices and tribute, particularly for Edgar Snowden, editor of the Alexandria Gazette; and advertisements, including one for Martha Washington tobacco. A small photograph of African Americans harvesting a crop is loose in the volume.

1 volume.

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Meade, Jane B. (person)

Resident of White Post, Clarke Coiunty, Va. From the description of Scrapbook of Jane B. Meade [manuscript], 1875-1888. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 435542320 ...

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