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To William P. Preston from various correspondents, 1844-1861, and undated

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Summary:Business correspondence received by William P. Preston of Baltimore, Maryland. Letters include: from W. T. Rice, December 7, 1844; from William G. Wilson, July 16, 1846; from Thomas Spiers, August 25, 1846; from S. C. Thorne, January 12, 1847; surrender of property from James Goff with witness William Alexander, November 3, 1849; from E. A. Merritt, December 31, 1849; from H. W. Bool concerning Baltimore Museum, January 22, 1850; from [?], June 1, 1851; from Henry Miles, May 20, 1851; from Mary Seim, March 8, 1855; from T. Gist Thrale, February 14, 1856; from W. C. B. S. Porter, December 13, 1858; from William Henry and Charles E. Welsh, January 17, 1859; from Thomas E. Simmons, October 19, 1859; three letters from Jonathan Wailes of Batley, England, October 25, 1859, December 29, 1860, September 24, 1861; from A. Smith, May 29, 1860; unsigned letter, June 12, 1861; from James Adams, undated; from Sam Hambleton, undated.
Creator:Rice, W. T.
Wilson, William
Spiers, Thomas
Thorne, S. C.
Goff, James
Merritt, E. A.
Bool, H. W.
Miles, Henry
Seim, Mary
Thrale, T. Gist
Porter, W. C. B. S.
Welsh, William Henry
Welsh, Charles E.
Simmons, Thomas E.
Wailes, Jonathan
Smith, A.
Adams, James
Hambleton, Sam
Contributor:Alexander, William
Place of origin – Continent:North America
Place of origin – Country:United States of America
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Place of origin – Region:Maryland
New York
West Yorkshire
Place of origin – Settlement:Baltimore
Temporal subject: 1801-1900
Topical subjects: Preston, William P. -- Correspondence
ArchivesUM location:Preston Family papers
  • series 2
  • box 5
  • folder 11
  • accession 72-12
Repository:Historical Manuscripts
Browse terms:Economics, Business, Commerce, Labor
Government, Law, Politics
Personal and Family Lives
War, Military
Women's Studies
Copyright holder:Public domain
Collection:Digital Collections
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