James R. Branch Letter to the Lexington, Va. Partnership of "Bacon and Lewis"
Scope and Contents
A letter written by merchant, banker, and politician James Read Branch of Richmond, Va. to the grocery and dry goods partnership of Bacon and Lewis in Lexington, Va. regarding a shipment by packet boat of shoe blacking.
Also included from the State Historical Society Wisconsin, McCormick Collection, Bacon and Lewis Papers, the following: hand written notes from index at front of volume 3, concerning the Moore family, 1851 and January through March 1853, because could not be photocopied, and photocopies from volume 4, August 1853 through May 1854.
- Creation: Majority of material found within 1851-06-18 - 1868-05-08
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Materials in this collection are in English
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