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Alves Long papers, 1783, 1882, 1934, and undated.

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Creator: Long, Alves, collector.
Collection number: 2727-z
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Abstract: A letter, 20 March 1783, from John Huske, of Wilmington, N.C., to Thomas Burke, Tyaquin [Orange County, N.C.?], concerning mortgaged slaves; a letter, 10 November 1882, from J. W. Norwood, of Hillsborough, N.C., to Jane Long, his cousin, at the death of her father, William Long; an unascribed poem, n.d., “The Diamond of the Forest”; and a letter of condolence, October 1934, from Robert W. Bingham, U.S. Embassy, London, to Alves Long.

Repository: Southern Historical Collection

Collection Highlights: Miscellaneous papers including a letter from John Huske of Wilmington, North Carolina, to Thomas Burke concerning 18 mortgaged slaves (1783).

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