Preliminary Guide to the Baldy Ashburn Capehart Papers, 1782-1902

Collection Overview

Collection contains deeds, plats, account books, regimental papers of North Carolina troops in the Civil War, and a scrapbook of letters and clippings regarding Capehart's death on January 5, 1899.

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Collection Details

Collection Number
Baldy Ashburn Capehart papers
Capehart, Baldy Ashburn
1 Linear Feet, 369 Items
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library

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How to Cite

[Identification of item], Baldy Ashburn Capehart Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Contents of the Collection

Legal Papers, 1782-1897
Box 1
Letters, 1858-1902, undated
Box 1
Bills & Receipts, 1814-1902
Box 1
Military Papers
Box 2
Box 2
Box 2

Historical Note

Resident of North Carolina.

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Processing Information

Processor Unknown

Completed April 21, 1999

Encoded by Lisa Stark

This collection is unprocessed: materials may not have been ordered and described beyond their original condition.