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Sarah Tracy to George W. Riggs, 1860 July 6

 File — Box: 54

Scope and Contents

A.L.S. Philadelphia. Private. Miss Cunningham has had general interviews with Messrs. Brown and Devereux. Mr. Devereux has left for New York - has "run through $18,000" of his mother's and wife's money - has also been the man forging drafts on the MVLA accounts. Forged an acceptance of a draft in Mr. Riggs' hand for $1000 despite great financial loss, N.B. Devereux will continue to print the Record. ER-23, p.123


  • Creation: 1860 July 6


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From the Collection: 25 Linear Feet (117 legal-size clamshell flat storage boxes, 1 oversize clamshell flat storage box )

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Repository Details

Part of the Archives of the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association Repository

PO Box 3600
Mount Vernon VA 22121 USA