Letter from George Howard Jr. to Anna Stamps


Title
Letter from George Howard Jr. to Anna Stamps
Description
A letter written from George Howard Jr. to his wife Anna Stamps. He discusses fears of a Union raid and an accident involving Confederate troops who were being transported to Goldsboro, N.C., by wagon. The Howards were a prominent Tarboro, N.C., family. George Howard Jr. (1829-1905) was an attorney, a Superior Court judge (1859-1865), publisher of the Tarboro Southerner, president of the Pamlico Banking & Insurance Company, president of the Tarboro Land & Trust Company, and a cotton mill director.
Date
July 09, 1863
Original Format
letters
Extent
19cm x 24cm
Local Identifier
0197-b1-fa
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Contributor(s)
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
Rights
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