|Collection||Crutchfield letters Collection|
a) The stationary envelope that contained "b" addressed to William Crutchfield, Esq. Jacksonville Alabama and was postmarked July 8, 1847 in Athens, Tenn. The envelope has a hand-written "5" in the top-right corner indicating payment. The envelope was sealed with a small sticker that says "Tis sweet to be remember'd". It contains scalloped edges.
b) A letter inscribed on a small piece of stationary from Sarah, E. Cleage to her cousin, William Crutchfield informing him of the latest news. She mentions the mourning of Col. William Yearwood who was killed in the Mexican-American War in 1847 and other happenings of the family.
|Dates of Creation||July 6, 1847|
|Extent of Description||
a) 2.18" x 4.00"
b) 3.62" x 6.00"
|Additional File||Click here to view the transcription.|