Contains 5 Results:
Adams, Charles, 1863 Jan
Four Civil War letters written in camp near Alexandria, Va. and Head Quarters near Fort Worth, Va.
Bullard writes from Pepperell, Mass., that he is glad to hear of the good health of Adams's family, nephew William Adams has died in South Carolina and the estate will need an agent, would Adams be willing to come to Boston, the health of his family, and a legal matter involving Douglas Blanding.
Lawrence writes to his former mother-in-law from Boston. His son William will meet her in Litchfield to accompany her to Boston. He reports news of family health and activities. He does not attend to business much, but provides counsel to his partners. He discusses arrangements for her stay.
News clippings, 1886, 1928
[McMather?], a longtime friend of Adams, writes about people and places they knew in Bath, N.Y.