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Correspondence

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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 1183 Collections and/or Records:

Letter from Joseph B. Prince, 1864 May 3

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Scope and Contents Written from Camp Stephens, Richmond, Virginia. Joseph B. Prince recently resigned from a teaching job at VMI to join the Army, but is disappointed in his Army position.

Letter from Joseph T. Casey to the Reverend Pastor, 1938 September 26

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Scope and Contents Written by Joseph T. Casey in Bremerton, Washington. Letter regards religion and an appeal for the Reverend Pastor to make contact with Robert A. Lewis.

Letter from Joseph T. Casey to the Reverend Pastor, 1938 September 26

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Identifier: https://digitalcollections.vmi.edu/digital/collection/p15821coll23/id/263

Letter from Lawrence Royster, 1864 January 6

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Scope and Contents Written from VMI, Lexington, Virginia. Letter discusses examinations and mutual friends at VMI.

Letter from Lawrence Royster, 1864 January 9

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Scope and Contents Written from VMI, Lexington, Virginia. Letter regards results of examinations and that Lawrence Royster is considering leaving VMI.

Letter from Lawrence Royster, 1864 February 22

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Scope and Contents Written from VMI, Lexington, Virginia. Letter regards academic problems, uncertainty about staying at VMI, and mentions several recent graduates and cadets.

Letter from Lawrence Royster, 1864 April 21

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Scope and Contents Written from VMI, Lexington, Virginia. Letter regards academics, changes in faculty, and cadet life.

Letter from Lawrence Royster, 1864 July 28

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Scope and Contents Written from Richmond, Virginia. Letter regards Hunter's Raid and family news.

Letter from Lawrence Royster, 1864 December 7

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Scope and Contents Written from Richmond, Virginia. Letter regards travel to VMI's temporary headquarters at the Alms House in Richmond.

Letter from Lawson Botts to Captain O'Brien, 1862 May 22

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Scope and Contents Written from the 2nd Virginia Infantry Regiment headquarters. The letter regards a shortage of rations and tired troops.