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Collin S. Tarpley letter

 Collection — Box: 88
Identifier: MS-SC1520
Scope and Contents Letter to Jefferson Davis sent from Jackson, Miss. predicting a split over Douglas if the northern Democrats force his nomination at Charleston. Suggests Davis act as spokesman for the south. A.G. Brown will support Douglas.
Dates: Created: December 1, 1858

Emma D. E. N. Southworth letters

 Collection — Box: 82
Identifier: MS-SC1441
Scope and Contents Letter, Jan. 21, 1866 from Southworth to "My Dear Sir," while she was at Prospect College in Georgetown, D.C. discusses General Baker having bought letters of Jefferson Davis that discuss the assassination of Lincoln. One undated letter from an unknown writer to Forest Sweet, discusses the improbability of such letters existing. Second undated letter from Southworth discusses one of her stories and its lack of popularity with the readers and her reasons for not believing that General Baker is...
Dates: Created: 1866 and undated

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