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Label
1885-1927
Inclusive dates
1885-1927
Creator
Contributor
Correspondent
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Letters, 1885-1927, of the Buston family of Tazewell County, Virginia, consisting of extensive correspondence between Buston family members, especially Ellen Barker Buston (1840-1916) and her daughter Adelene Kate (1871-1974), both while she is in college and after her marriage to Mr. J. O. Cammack. Family life is the major topic. There are also clippings, postcards, and pamphlets concerning Tazewell County and some family photographs
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Biographical or historical data
George and Ellen Barker Buston moved from England in 1875, settling finally in Tazewell County, Virginia, after stays in Wytheville, Virginia, and in Texas. He was a grocer and Methodist "supply" minister. Ada Buston, their daughter, named J. O. Cammack and lived in Greencastle, Indiana.
Cataloging source
Vi
Form designation
Letters
Label
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  • The Library of Virginia
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Inventory
Extent
2.1
Immediate source of acquisition
Cammack, Eleanore
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000491882
Type of unit
cubic ft.

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