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Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 601 Collections and/or Records:

Letter to Fannie Stanard, 1863 February 20

 Digital Image
Identifier: https://digitalcollections.vmi.edu/digital/collection/p15821coll11/id/917

Letter to Fanny Stanard, 1864 March 13

 Item
Scope and Contents Written from VMI, Lexington, Virginia. Letter regards receipt of a package, family matters, "greening" of a cadet, and cadet life.

Letter to Fanny Stanard, 1864 March 13

 Digital Image
Identifier: https://digitalcollections.vmi.edu/digital/collection/p15821coll11/id/958

Letter to father, 1862 August 26

 Item
Scope and Contents Written from Alexandria, Virginia. Letter regards James M. Drake's views on slavery, discusses the beauty of the city, mentions inaccuracy of northern war news, and discusses Union officers' view of Stonewall Jackson.

Letter to father, 1862 August 26

 Digital Image
Identifier: http://digitalcollections.vmi.edu/digital/collection/p15821coll11/id/3668

Letter to J. G. Richardson, 1864 December 13

 Item
Scope and Contents Written from "in the field" near Petersburg, Virginia. Letter describes in detail the destruction of the Weldon Railroad by Union troops and the burning buildings in Sussex Courthouse, Virginia.

Letter to J. G. Richardson, 1864 December 13

 Digital Image
Identifier: http://digitalcollections.vmi.edu/digital/collection/p15821coll11/id/1718

Letter to James Jackson, 1846 September 22

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 6
Scope and Contents Written on board the ship James L. Day. Letter regards travel to Point Isabel, Texas and general news about the Mexican War.

Letter to James Jackson, 1846 September 22

 Digital Image
Identifier: https://digitalcollections.vmi.edu/digital/collection/p15821coll4/id/33

Letter to Jane A. Atwill (Broun), 1862 September 28

 Item
Scope and Contents Written from VMI, Lexington, Virginia. Letter regards family matters, cadet life, and an account of cadets stealing chickens from a local farmer in order to supplement the basic mess hall fare.