Papers collected by James Baylor Blackford [manuscript], 1769-1900.


Blackford, James Baylor, 1907- ,. Papers collected by James Baylor Blackford [manuscript], 1769-1900.

Papers collected by James Baylor Blackford [manuscript], 1769-1900.

The papers consist of Letter XXVIII, 20 October 1769, of Junius, regarding the Duke of Bedford as copied by John Baylor while a student at Cambridge; a letter, 19 October 1781, from T. Munford to Majr. Hubbard, Charlotte, N.C., sending for his coat; and a photograph, ca. 1900, of the Richmond Light Infantry Blues on parade in Baltimore, Md., signed by Matthew Smith Atkinson.

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