The Resource its use for tobacco manufacturing under Miles Turpin, William J., William T., and A. Rufus Yarbrough; and for a Confederate military hospital

its use for tobacco manufacturing under Miles Turpin, William J., William T., and A. Rufus Yarbrough; and for a Confederate military hospital

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its use for tobacco manufacturing under Miles Turpin, William J., William T., and A. Rufus Yarbrough; and for a Confederate military hospital
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its use for tobacco manufacturing under Miles Turpin, William J., William T., and A. Rufus Yarbrough; and for a Confederate military hospital
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Summary
"Lot 56 of Colonel William Byrd II's Richmond: Its Use for Tobacco Manufacturing Under Miles Turpin, William J., William T., and A. Rufus Yarbrough; and for a Confederate Military Hospital," compiled in 1983 by Oscar A. Pohlig. Includes historical information on the building located at 25th and Franklin Streets in Richmond, Virginia, and its use since its construction in the manufacture of tobacco, and as a military hospital during the Civil War. There are photographs taken by Helen Pohlig, and copies of billheads, trade cards, and invoices, as well bibliographies and footnotes
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Lot 56 of Colonel William Byrd II's Richmond:
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its use for tobacco manufacturing under Miles Turpin, William J., William T., and A. Rufus Yarbrough; and for a Confederate military hospital
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Copy also available in the Library collections (F233.8 .W12 P7)
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  • The Library of Virginia
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87
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Technical Services Department,
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001527777
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Photocopies.
Type of unit
leaves.

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