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Lazarus-Calder Correspondence 1842-1871

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Letters from the Lazarus-Calder records reveal the character of some of the first occupants of the Lazarus House, and provide a glimpse of Wilmington life in the nineteenth century. Aaron Marks Lazarus was a wealthy merchant who left no will when he died in 1841. This stimulated lively correspondence and Phila Cohen Lazarus Calder proved a faithful correspondent.