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These handwritten letters, written in script and dated July 13, 1846, from Booth R. E. Meade and Fanny Meade at Rose Cottage, Columbus, Mississippi, to Dr. Thomas T. Meade in Hamburg, Mississippi discusses sickness in Columbus and provides an update on the plantation. The ink on the pages has bled through making the letters appear to be superimposed. The first letter, written by Booth R. E. Meade is addressed ""Dear Brother"" and the second letter, written by Fanny Meade, is addressed ""Dear Cousin.""
Mississippi State University Libraries, Special Collections Manuscripts Division, Todd A. Herring Collection, Meade, Re and Fanny, Rose Cottage, Columbus, Mississippi, to Dr. Thomas T. Meade, Hamburg, Mississippi, Re. Sickness in Columbus, Update on Plantation, 1846
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