David Lawrence Hopkins Papers
Scope and Contents
The papers of Captain David L. Hopkins, include 12 letters to his wife, Lou, all but one from his post in Lynchburg, Virginia, concerning their Lexington, Virginia farm, food supplies, mutual acquaintances, and occasionally the war, in particular the Battle of Lynchburg as well as several other family letters and Confederate money.
- Inclusive 1861-1865
- Hopkins, Lou (Correspondent, Person)
- Hopkins, David Lawrence (Correspondent, Person)
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Biographical / Historical
David Lawrence Hopkins was a Lexington, Virginia native and a Confederate captain during the American Civil War.
Language of Materials
Blue sheet prepared by Betty Kondayan (March 6, 2003)
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