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Miscellaneous letters written to Vermonters, 1831-1947.

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Vermont Historical Society Library  MSA 273:6  Manuscript  Vault-Manuscript 

Title : Miscellaneous letters written to Vermonters, 1831-1947.
Physical Description : 1 folder.
Summary :

Photocopies of unrelated letters written to various Vermonters between the years 1831 and 1947. The letter dated 1831 is a bank draft addressed to Thomas Osgood in Danville, Vermont. There is a letter addressed to James Young of Greensboro, Vermont from Camague, Cuba, dated February 25, 1904, chatting about life there. Also, there is a short letter written by Warner Keith, a member of the U.S. Naval Force, from Pauillac, France, postmarked October 8, 1918, addressed to his uncle, M.C. Keith of Irasburg, Vermont. Finally, there are two letters addressed to Master Conrad Allan Higgs of Marshfield, Vermont, written by his father, W. H. Higgs, who was a member of the American Red Cross and was stationed in Nuremberg, Germany. The letters are dated Easter, 1946 and July 9, 1947.

Reproduction Note : Photocopy.
Personal Subject : Osgood, Thomas.
Keith, M. C.
Higgs, Conrad Allan.
Young, James.
Corporate Subject : United States. Navy.
American Red Cross.
Subject Term : World War, 1914-1918.
Children Vermont Marshfield.
Geographic Term : Marshfield (Vt.) Social life and customs.
Camag├×uey (Cuba) Social life and customs.
Pauillac (Gironde, France)
Nuremberg (Germany)
Added Author : Keith, Warner.