|Collection||Crutchfield letters Collection|
A Letter written from John Lumpkin to William Crutchfield. Lumpkin reports on the happenings of Williams family members in Georgia. Then he discusses his life as a boarder, unemployed, and seeking promotion.
The Letter was folded up so that one panel of the paper acted as the face of the envelope, which indicates that the Letter was addressed to Mr. William Crutchfield, Jacksonville, Alabama from John Lumpkin, M.C. It is postmarked March, 31 in Rome, GA. The letter was sealed with an orange wax stamp.
|Dates of Creation||March 30, 1845|
|Extent of Description||8.00" x 9.75"; 2 pages|
|Additional File||Click here to view the transcription.|