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Teachers -- Alabama -- Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Charles A. Derby papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0030
Scope and Contents The bulk of the collection consists of Derby family correspondence. Approximately twenty-eight letters were written by Charles Derby. The Charles Derby letters, 1844-1862, cover the period from late boyhood up to his death in battle in 1862. Included are letters (1846-1847) written while he was a cadet at the Virginia Military Institute, as well as correspondence dating from his careers as teacher and Episcopal clergyman. Two items were written during his brief service in the Confederate...

Eutaw Institute announcement, 1855 September 24

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Scope and Contents Two announcements for the opening of the Eutaw Institute, Alabama.

Letter to Mary Derby Stancell, 1856 July 17

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Scope and Contents Written from Eutaw, Alabama. Letter discusses the success of Charles A. Derby's new school, life in Eutaw, and finances.

Letter to Mary Derby Stancell, 1857 May 27

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Scope and Contents Written from Eutaw, Alabama. Letter regards ordainment in the Protestant Episcopal Church, responsibility of St. Stephen's Church in Eutaw, deaconship, and the busy school year.

Letter to Mary Derby Stancell, 1858 January 20

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Scope and Contents Written from Eutaw, Alabama. Letter regards growth of St. Stephen's congregation, life in Eutaw, and Charles A. Derby's school.

Letter to Perry L. Derby, 1852 August 23

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Scope and Contents Written from Sumterville, Alabama. Letter regards new boarding accommodations, a trip to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, finances, becoming a Mason, and a Cyrus Harding's appointment at VMI.