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This handwritten letter, dated January 18, 1884, is written from Thomas J. Carver to Thomas L. Darden concerning the details of Darden's father-in-law's statements with Carver. He assures Darden that doing business was purely to Darden's father-in-law's benefit and not his own and requests that Darden allow his two year rental to pass to the father-in-law's credit so as not to cause undue financial distress to Carver. The letter is written on "Office of Thos. J. Carver" letterhead.
Correspondence; Collecting of accounts
New Orleans, (La.)
Correspondence: 2 leaves
Mississippi State University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections Division, Manuscripts Unit, Darden Family Papers, Box 2, Folder 7, Correspondence, Personal, 1900-1944
Archives and Special Collections, Manuscripts Unit
Mississippi State University Libraries (electronic version)
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Darden Family Papers, Box 2, Series III, Correspondence, 1854-1944, Folder 6, Correspondence, Personal, 1860-1889, Archives and Special Collections Division, Mississippi State University