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"Credits to the state of Maryland", handwritten document, December 17 1811 [Recto] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Original hand written (in ink) document listing "Credits to the state of Maryland" dated December 17, 1811
1811-12-17
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"Credits to the state of Maryland", handwritten document, December 17 1811 [Verso] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Original hand written (in ink) document listing "Credits to the state of Maryland" dated December 17, 1811
A. Burton to Mrs. Ashley, receipt for rent, December 18 1883 Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service From A. Burton, agent for J.D. Holmer(?), to Mrs. Ashley dated December. 18, 1883 for two dollars for rent. Written in ink on a slip cut or torn from the corner of a sheet of white paper ruled with horizontal blue lines
Affidavit, regarding horse sold Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Slip of white paper ruled in blue, torn from the corner of a larger sheet and inscribed in ink. Dated October 16 or 18 1862 and signed by a Provost Marshal. It states that a black horse sold to a citizen of Bolivar was the property of Patrick (last name undecipherable) who therefore had the right to sell it. Reverse bears an undecipherable entry in another handwriting dated October 17, 1862. Paper has stains, creases and tears. Paper was in a government envelope marked hfd-42. along with cat nos. 8255-56,8258-59.
1862-10-16
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Affidavit, regarding horse sold Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Slip of laid white paper ruled in blue cut from the mid section of a larger sheet and inscribed in ink on both sides. 1 side dated Halltown, VA February 16, 1864 certifies that a member of the 1st VA batty light arty has sold to Dittmeier a grey mare which was his own property. The signature undecipherable, is in another handwriting. The opposite side carries the certification by the captain of battery a that the horse does not belong to the battery. Below is a statement in German. stained, creased, many fine holes.
1864-02-16
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Affidavit, regarding horse sold Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Slip of laid white paper ruled in blue cut from the mid section of a larger sheet and inscribed in ink on both sides. 1 side dated Halltown, VA February 16, 1864 certifies that a member of the 1st VA batty light arty has sold to Dittmeier a grey mare which was his own property. The signature undecipherable, is in another handwriting. The opposite side carries the certification by the captain of battery a that the horse does not belong to the battery. Below is a statement in German. stained, creased, many fine holes.
1864-02-16
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Affidavit, regarding horse sold Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Slip of white paper ruled in blue, torn from the corner of a larger sheet and inscribed in ink. Dated October 16 or 18 1862 and signed by a Provost Marshal. It states that a black horse sold to a citizen of Bolivar was the property of Patrick (last name undecipherable) who therefore had the right to sell it. Reverse bears an undecipherable entry in another handwriting dated October 17, 1862. Paper has stains, creases and tears. Paper was in a government envelope marked hfd-42. along with cat nos. 8255-56,8258-59.
1862-10-16
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Annie P. Marion to Congressman Bowen, postcard, found loose in account book, March 4 1919 [Recto] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service 1 cent, U.S. postal card with 1 cent stamp added, sent to congressman, Bowen from Annie P. Marion, dated March 4, 1918, requesting lawn grass seed. Found loose in Dr. Nicholas Marmion's account book (cat. no. 286). contains penciled notations to lost pages from the account book.
1918-03-04
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Annie P. Marion to Congressman Bowen, postcard, found loose in account book, March 4 1919 [Verso] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service 1 cent, U.S. postal card with 1 cent stamp added, sent to congressman, Bowen from Annie P. Marion, dated March 4, 1918, requesting lawn grass seed. Found loose in Dr. Nicholas Marmion's account book (cat. no. 286). contains penciled notations to lost pages from the account book.
Bill from Mary K. Cavalier to the misses Marmion Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Single sheet of blue ruled note paper containing bill for $4.02 from Mary K. Cavalier, administrix to the misses Marmion re: C.J. Cavalier estate, dated Bolivar, W.VA., September 28, 1920 with envelope postmarked Harpers Ferry, W.VA., September 28, 1920, torn open at right end leaving fragment of 1-cent stamp. Found loose in bound volume of Annie P. Marmion's sheet music (cat. no. 287).
1920-09-28
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Certificate of deed of Virginius Island property to Mrs. Fontaine Beckham Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service A single sheet of plain off-white paper containing in originally black ink the statement of justices of the peace John Moler and John T.A. Washington confirming Mrs. Fontaine Beckham's in the deed (see cat. #8306) conveying Virginius Island property to Lewis Wernwag. Paper is creased by 3 principal and several secondary horizontal folds, extensively broken where it has crumpled along the upper crease. Document was filed in box in folder 2 under hfd-144.
1830-03-23
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Certificate of deed of Virginius Island property to Mrs. Fontaine Beckham Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service A single sheet of plain off-white paper containing in originally black ink the statement of justices of the peace John Moler and John T.A. Washington confirming Mrs. Fontaine Beckham's in the deed (see cat. #8306) conveying Virginius Island property to Lewis Wernwag. Paper is creased by 3 principal and several secondary horizontal folds, extensively broken where it has crumpled along the upper crease. Document was filed in box in folder 2 under hfd-144.
1830-03-23
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Circuit court summons Mersey Wager, December 12 1833 [Recto] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Circuit court summons, December 12, 1833. summon Mersey Wager, widow and administratrix of John Wager, Sr.
1833-12-12
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Circuit court summons Mersey Wager, December 12 1833 [Verso] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Circuit court summons, December 12, 1833. Summon Mersey Wager, widow and administratrix of John Wager, Sr.
1833-12-12
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Confederate twenty dollar bill Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Confederate 20 dollar bill - printed in black on the o9bverse with orange background lineations, and in no blue on the reverse. Obverse contains an engraving of the Tennessee state capitol in the upper center and an oval engraving of A.H. Stephens in the lower right corner. The bill is dated February 17, 1864 and bears the printers' name at the lower right-keatinge and ball Columbia SC. A long tear from the right edge has a transparent tape support on the reverse. There is loss from the right edge below the upper corner, tears and punctures.
Confederate twenty dollar bill Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Confederate 20 dollar bill - printed in black on the obverse with orange background lineations, and in no blue on the reverse. Obverse contains an engraving of the Tennessee state capitol in the upper center and an oval engraving of A.H. Stephens in the lower right corner. The bill is dated February 17, 1864 and bears the printers' name at the lower right-keatinge and ball Columbia SC. A long tear from the right edge has a transparent tape support on the reverse. There is loss from the right edge below the upper corner, tears and punctures.
Draft letter, 1880 June 25, N.M. to M. Tearney [Verso] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Piece of laid paper torn from larger sheet, contains draft of letter from N. M. to M. Tearney dated Harpers Ferry, W.VA., 25th June 1880, asking his recollection of loss of hay on "---the day of the battle of bull run." Paper watermarked "old/bershire/mills." found loose in Dr. Nicholas Marmion's day book (cat. no. 290).
1880-06-25
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Draft of letter, 1870 March 3, N.M. to W.D. Wells, U.S. Army pay roll form Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Top of page cut from U.S. Army pay roll forms the reverse of which contains the draft of a letter dated Harpers Ferry, W.VA., March 3, 1870 to W.D. Wells from N.M. (presumably Nicholas Marmion) re change of tenants. Found loose in doctor's patient record (cat. no. 7035).
1870-03-03
Envelope addressed to Dr. N. Marmion Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Orange colored business letter sized envelope addressed to Dr. N. Marmion/ Harpers Ferry/Jefferson Co./W.VA. Return address across left end of envelope with sender's name not decipheral/Charleston/Jeff. Co./W.VA. Postmarked, Charlestown, W.VA., March 2. Bears two 3-cent stamps, scott no. 158; 1873-1881.
Envelope for bill from Mary K. Cavalier to the misses Marmion Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Single sheet of blue ruled note paper containing bill for $4.02 from Mary K. Cavalier, administrix to the misses Marmion re: C.J. Cavalier estate, dated Bolivar, W.VA., September 28, 1920 with envelope postmarked Harpers Ferry, W.VA., September 28, 1920, torn open at right end leaving fragment of 1-cent stamp. Found loose in bound volume of Annie P. Marmion's sheet music (cat. no. 287).

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