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Guide to the James Fulcher Papers, 1825-1860

Abstract

Account books for a blacksmith in Abingdon, Va.

Descriptive Summary

Collection Number
RL.00423
Title
James Fulcher papers
Date
1825-1860
Creator
Fulcher, James
Extent
0.5 Linear Feet, 21 Items
Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Language
Material in English

Collection Overview

Two manuscript account books, 1838-1842, of Fulcher's blacksmith business in Abingdon, Va. Also includes a few loose papers, chiefly receipts, laid in.

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Collection is open for research.

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Contents of the Collection

1. Container List

A few loose papers, chiefly receipts, are laid within the pages of the account books.

Account Book, 1839-1842
Box 1
Account Book, 1838-1840
Box 1

Subject Headings

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], James Fulcher Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Provenance

The James Fulcher Papers were received by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library as a purchase in 1991.

Processing Information

Processed by Kimberly Sims, May 2011

Encoded by Kimberly Sims, July 2011