Letter from Edward A. Levy to Mordecai Marks Levy, December 17, 1849
- Letter from Edward A. Levy to Mordecai Marks Levy, December 17, 1849
- Creator (Personal):
- Levy, Edward Anderson
- Letter to Mordecai Marks Levy from his nephew, Edward Anderson Levy, regarding his uncle's travels. Edward mentions the death of his father, meeting with friends, and states his servant "Silvy" says hello to Mordecai. Edward goes on to say that his father "left very near all his negroes" to him in his will. Edward closes the letter by discussing hunting, wishing well to Jane and children, and lamenting the death of his father.
- Collection Title:
- Lazarus and Hirsch Family Papers
- Contributing Institution:
- College of Charleston Libraries
- Media Type:
- Personal or Corporate Subject:
- Levy, Mordecai Marks, 1808-1850
Levy, Edward Anderson
- Topical Subject:
- Travel, Slaveholders, Wills, Slaves, Jews--South Carolina, and Remainders (Estates)
- Geographic Subject:
- Thomastown (M.S.)
- Shelving Locator:
- Mss 1018, Box 2, Folder 5
- Date Digital:
- Digitization Specifications:
- 600 dpi, 24-bit depth, color, Epson Expression 12000XL. Archival masters are tiffs.
- Copyright Status Statement:
- Public Domain.
- Access Information:
- For more information contact Special Collections at Addlestone Library, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC, 29424.
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