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Letter from Robert C. Caldwell to Mag Caldwell, December 9th, 1863

Date: Dec. 09 1863 | Identifier: 845.1.e.13
Letter from Robert C. Caldwell to his wife Mag Caldwell. Robert is serving as a private in Company C., 10th Battalion, North Carolina Heavy Artillery near Wilmington, N.C. Robert returns to his camp after building cabins for winter quarters at Camp Lamb. He expresses his faith in God and tells Mag he is resigned to his situation at the camp near Wilmington where he is stationed. He also sends her advice on killing hogs and taking care of the corn. more...
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Greenville, N.C.

August 15, 1960

To. All Members and Precinct Vice-Chairmen

Pitt County Democratic Executive Committee

Dear Member and Vice Chairmen.

This is the year when we must and will send Nixon back to California and Benson back to Utah. We will have a fight on our hands, but with all of us pulling together our good County of Pitt will come through with a great majority. In the last three presidential election years out County gave the ticket the largest numerical majority of any county in the State despite the fact that there are about twenty-five counties in the State with a greater voting power than ours.

I am writing you this letter to urge YOU to attend a meeting of the Committee on Saturday, August 20th, at 12.30 P.M. at Respess Brothers Barbecue House. After we have eaten, we will map out plans on how to carry on the campaign so that again Pitt will be at the forefront.

Please attend.

Sincerely,

John G. Clark, Chairman

Pitt County Democratic Executive Committee

The Time. 12.30 next Saturday, August 20th.

The Place. Respess Brothers Barbeque House.

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