William D. Lewis account book
Scope and Contents
This account book covers Lewis' expenses over a seventeen year period, including expenditures on room, board, clothing and other items. During the first three years he was a student at Washington and Lee University.
- Inclusive 1870-1887
- Lewis, William Dickinson (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
From 1870-1873 Lewis was a student at Washington and Lee University. He became a banker in Charleston, West Virginia.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Julia L. Craddock gave her father's account book to Ollinger Crenshaw while he was conducting research for his book General Lee's College: rise and growth of Washington and Lee.
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