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Guide to the Patrick Henry Aylett papers, 1851-1914

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Summary

Legal papers, letters and manuscript articles, primarily built around the lives and careers of Aylett, a resident of Richmond, Virginia, and his son-in-law, William Lawrence Royall, and focusing on the Civil War. Several items concern the capture of Royall by Union troops in March 1865.

Collection Details

Collection Number
RL.30108
Title
Patrick Henry Aylett papers
Date
1851-1914
Creator
Aylett, Patrick Henry
Extent
22 items
Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Language
Materials in English

Collection Overview

Legal papers, letters and manuscript articles, primarily built around the lives and careers of Aylett, a resident of Richmond, Virginia, and his son-in-law, William Lawrence Royall, and focusing on the Civil War. Several items concern the capture of Royall by Union troops in March 1865.

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How to Cite

Patrick Henry Aylett Papers, 1851-1914, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Contents of the Collection

Patrick Henry Aylett papers, 1851-1914
Folder 1
 

Historical Note

Virginia resident.


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Processing Information

Processed by: Rubenstein Staff

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.