Walker, Letitia Morehead, 1823-1908
- Existence: 1823-1908
- Existence: 1823 - 1908
Vice Regent for North Carolina 1859-1908, Mrs. William Richmond Walker
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
A.L.S. Philadelphia. Resignation of Mrs. P.H. Dickinson as the North Carolina Vice-Regent. Purchase of Mt. Vernon lacks only $41,666.66. Asks Mrs. Morehead Walker to become N.C. Vice-Regent, that North Carolina might be spurred to participate in the final phases of purchasing Mt. Vernon. A-761
A.L.S. Reidsville, North Carolina. Asks for a bouquet from Mount Vernon's garden or wreath of boxwood for Centennial celebration at Charlotte, North Carolina. Wants to revive interest in Mount Vernon. ER-11, p. 243
Is unable to attend the upcoming Council meeting. Speaks of hopes for the meeting.
Incomplete letter – was sad to see news of Miss Cunningham’s death in the paper. Suggests having her ashes interred at Mount Vernon.
Is so sorry she was unable to attend Council this spring. Is sure all the Vice Regents will welcome her back. Assigns her proxy to another woman.
Is unable to accept her invitation to visit as she has to travel by a different route. Discusses one dissenting voice (“your friend from the D.C.”) to arrangements at the table. Hopes they can get together informally before Council to hear about any difficulties.
A.L.S. Leaksville, North Carolina. Mr. Dodge deeply concerned over appearance of brick pavement in front of Tomb. Urges "squeezing" $80 from grounds' appropriation for work. Expects to raise some money in schools February 22. Regrets she did not hear Canon Farrar's lecture. ER-6, p. 257
Testimonial given by Vice Regent from North Carolina, Mrs. Letitia Walker. ER-19, p. 197
A.L.S. Mount Vernon. At Council request, they are at Mount Vernon to attend to papers Miss Cunningham in accordance with her will. Personal papers returned to niece, other papers placed in Superintendent's care, box of valuables placed with relics. Mrs. Walker goes to Richmond to get papers left with Mrs. Pellet. ER-11, p. 179
A.L.S. Authorizing her to act as proxy at next Grand Council. ER-4, p. 263
Handwritten draft of an appeal written by Letitia Walker, Vice Regent for North Carolina, February 1860.
Reminsence of MVLA early history by Mrs. Walker; copies of letters by Mrs. Dickinson and Mrs. Walker, notes, appeal, copy of addendum to Miss Cunningham's will regarding her papers.