Letter from O.P. Baldwin to Franklin Society, Lexington, Virginia
Scope and Contents
This file contains a letter from O.P. Baldwin to the Franklin Society of Lexington detailing his availability and topics for a series of lectures in December of 1856. The letter includes information on pay, and has a list of four members of the Franklin Society. Letter addressed from Richmond.
- Creation: 1856-11-20
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1 Item (One folder in Box misc. RHS-Coll-0060 to RHS-Coll-0073)
Language of Materials
- Franklin Society and Library Company of Lexington (Lexington, Va.) (Organization)
- Campbell family (Family)
- Davidson, Greenlee (Person)
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