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1841 Sept. 11
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1841 Sept. 11
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eng
Summary
Letter, 11 September 1841, from the Washington Literary Society, Randolph-Macon College, to Joseph Perkins explaining why the badges Perkins sent to the society were unacceptable and needed to be redone. The letter, written for the society by E. S. Brown and T. E. Massie, also requests that Perkins not mention his dealings with the society in any communications he may have with the Franklin Literary Society, the Washington Society's rival organization
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The Washington Literary Society was organized on 23 February 1833 at Boydton, Mecklenburg County, Virginia, the first location of the Methodist affiliated Randolph-Macon College. Programs consisted of debate, orations, essays, and declamations. During the following school session, the Franklin Literary Society was also organized and every student was a member of one of these rival societies. After the Civil War, the college was moved to Ashland, Hanover County, Virginia.
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  • The Library of Virginia
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4
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Bookworm and Silverfish
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000497739
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p.

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