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Label
1897
Inclusive dates
1897
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Letters, 1897, to Henry Virginius Parham (1872-1920) of Petersburg, Virginia, consisting of 10 letters, dated 13 March, 17 March, 6 April, 12 April, 14 April, 22 April, 28 April, 12 May, 14 May, and 25 June 1897, from "Annie" in Richmond, Virginia, professing her love for Parham, hoping that he will visit, and, by the May and June letters, wondering why he does not write back; one letter, dated 16 April 1897, from "Bettie" in McDowell County, West Virginia, detailing her teaching position in the local school and wishing to see Parham; and a telegram, dated 19 April 1897, advising Parham to take the next train to Richmond. There is no indication that "Annie" was Parham's future wife
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Biographical or historical data
Henry Virginius Parham was born 26 August 1872 in Petersburg, Virginia, to John T. Parham (1842-1907) and Nannie Hatcher Parham. Parham served as the Petersburg Circuit Court deputy clerk for 25 years. He was a lieutenant in the Petersburg Greys during the Spanish American War, and a captain in the Petersburg Guard during World War I. Parham married Susie Slocum Mann (1874-1947) 5 September 1899, and they had no children. He died 28 August 1920 in Petersburg and was buried in Blandford Cemetery.
Cataloging source
Vi
Form designation
Letters
Label
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
38
Immediate source of acquisition
Local Records
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000501726
Type of unit
p.

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