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Guide to the James M. Augustus papers, 1864-1875

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Summary

Personal letters from sons James M. and S.J. Augustus to their mother (or mothers). There is no evidence as to whether or not they were brothers. James speaks in 1864 of his month-old daughter and of how much they paid a maid for three weeks of work.

Collection Details

Collection Number
RL.30098
Title
James M. Augustus papers
Date
1864-1875
Creator
Augustus, James M.
Extent
2 items
Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Language
Materials in English

Collection Overview

Personal letters from sons James M. and S.J. Augustus to their mother (or mothers). There is no evidence as to whether or not they were brothers. James speaks in 1864 of his month-old daughter and of how much they paid a maid for three weeks of work.

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How to Cite

James M. Augustus Papers, 1864-1875, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Contents of the Collection

James M. Augustus papers, 1864-1875
Folder 1
 

Historical Note

Ohio residents.


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This finding aid was derived from a MARC record using a crosswalk defined in marc2ead_section.xsl. The finding aid was generated as part of a larger project to digitize several thousand small collections housed in Section A, January 2017.

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General

Cataloged from Guide.