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Justice Frank J. and Virginia Williams
This handwritten letter, dated June 24, 1874, is written from Francie W. Arnald to Mary H. Schovlcraft as a response to the letter Schovlcraft had written to Arnald on May 8th. The letter expresses sympathy for the misfortune that Schovlcraft had experienced. The letter goes on to mention an editorial and that she will ask the Tribune of Chicago to unpublish it. The letter concludes by speaking of the year she spent in Europe and sends her regards. An illustration of what appears to be a family crest is at the top center of the first page depicting an eagle above an ornate "A" and "N" .
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Mississippi State University Libraries, Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana, Original Manuscript Collection, Series 3: Abraham Lincoln Legal Documents, 1837-1859, Box 1, Folder 84
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Letter, Francie W. Arnald to Mary Hewan Schovlcraft[?], June 24, 1874, Original Manuscript Collection, Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana, Mississippi State University Libraries.