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1854 May 4
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1854 May 4
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Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Letter, 4 May 1854, from Elizabeth "Bettie" Gilliam (b. ca. 1837) at the Glasgow Female Seminary in Glasgow, Missouri, to "Fannie" concerning a valentine she received, her summer wardrobe, and a planned trip to California by some of the school girls. Gilliam also comments on how difficult it is to receive male callers unless identified as a cousin. She informs Fannie of a cholera outbreak which threatens the school. Gilliam also provides other personal news and asks for news from Fannie
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Biographical or historical data
Elizabeth Gilliam (b. ca. 1837) was the daughter of William Taylor Gilliam (1808-1896) and Mary S. Gilliam (1813-1851). She attended Glasgow Female Seminary in Glasgow, Howard County, Missouri.
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Letter
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  • The Library of Virginia
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2
Immediate source of acquisition
Colonial S. C. S.
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000501921
Type of unit
p.

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