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James P. Suiter papers

 Collection — Box: 88
Identifier: MS-SC1509
Scope and Contents Eleven letters from D. Lorn Kost, a law student, most sent from Springfield, Ohio to Suiter. They discuss his love life, his studies and the impending war. One, Aug. 16, 1860, describes a political rally in Springfield where "Clay (c.m.)" a speaker, was referred to often. Suiter's letters (10) were all written from the war and are to his mother or brother. One, Dec. 1862, sent from Hospital 6 in Nashville where he was a patient, describes the hospital and tells of the daily routine there....
Dates: Created: 1860 - 1865

Robert Smith Todd letters

 Collection — Box: 91
Identifier: MS-SC1549
Scope and Contents Five letters, 1826, to Elizabeth Humphreys discuss their relationship, rumors about their relationship, his proposal of marriage and plans for their marriage. Two letters, 1841 and 1846, to Ninian W. Edwards discuss business and financial affairs and the election contest between Clay and Wickliffe. He states that he is "gratified that my daughters have all married gentlemen whom I respect and esteem" and he hopes that his daughters "make as good wives, as I think they have good husbands". Two...
Dates: Created: 1826 - 1846

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