Item Details

Verbena Blossom Carried Through the Civil War [manuscript] 1861.

Holmes, William Cox
Format
Manuscript/Archive
Language
English
Summary
With the verbena blossom is a letter of explanation from Holmes to William Mynn Thornton.
Description
1 item.
Cite as
W. C. Holmes Verbena Blossom, 1861, Accession #957-f, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
Biographical Note
University of Virginia student from South Carolina; later Confederate captain, physician in Grason County, Texas.
Technical Details
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    a| Holmes, William Cox, d| 1840-1924.
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    a| Holmes, William Cox, d| 1840-1924.
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    a| Thornton, William M. q| (William Mynn), d| 1851-1935, e| recipient.
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