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Letter, 1854 January 13, Henry M. Caffery to Mr. Burton, receipt of goods Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Henry M. Caffery to Mr. Burton, January 13, 1854. Listing price of goods
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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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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"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
"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
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James B. Wager against Basil Williamson and Margaret Williamson, circuit superior court document, March 27 1832 [Recto] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Circuit superior court document, March 27, 1832. James B. Wager against Basil Williamson and Margaret (his wife).
1832-03-27
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James B. Wager against Basil Williamson and Margaret Williamson, circuit superior court document, March 27 1832 [Verso] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Circuit superior court document, March 27, 1832. James B. Wager against Basil Williamson and Margaret (his wife).
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M.S. Marmion request for groceries, December 27 1872 Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Piece of blank paper torn from end of bound sheet, containing a request for groceries, dated December 27, 1872 and signed by M.S. Marmion; addressee's name undecipherable 
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Noah H. Swayne and wife Sarah Swayne, real estate document, May 30 1833 Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Real estate document of Noah H. Swayne and wife Sarah Swayne (Sarah Ann Wager daughter of John Jr). Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company.
1833-05-30
Noah H. Swayne and wife Sarah Wayne, real estate document, May 30 1833 [Recto] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Real estate document of Noah H. Swayne and wife Sarah Wayne (Sarah Ann Wager daughter of John Jr). Chesapeake and Ohio Canal company.
1833-05-30
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Noah H. Swayne and wife Sarah Wayne, real estate document, May 30 1833 [Verso] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Real estate document of Noah H. Swayne and wife Sarah Wayne (Sarah Ann Wager daughter of John Jr). Chesapeake and Ohio Canal company.
1833-05-30
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William Lucas, plaintiff, against Mersey Wager, widow, court document, March 16 1832 Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Circuit superior court document, March 16, 1832. William Lucas, plaintiff. against Mersey Wager, widow, and administratrix of John Wager, Sr. Cause is revived against George W. Humphreys.
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William Lucas, plaintiff, against Mersey Wager, widow, court document, March 16 1832 Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Circuit superior court document, March 16, 1832. William Lucas, plaintiff. against Mersey Wager, widow, and administratrix of John Wager, Sr. Cause is revived against George W. Humphreys.
1832-03-16
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J.D. Butt to doctor, note [Recto] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Piece of laid paper torn from larger sheet, containing on obverse a note from J.D. Butt to doctor (presumably Marmion) asking him to write Michael Tearney retaking of hay by U.S. troops
1880-06-25
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Inventory of furnishings, found in account book [Recto] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Manuscript fragment consisting of the lower portion of a sheet of white paper containing faint columnar lines and 16 entries apparently from an inventory of furnishings. Found loose in account book, cat. no. 289.
Inventory of furnishings, found in account book [Verso] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Manuscript fragment consisting of the lower portion of a sheet of white paper containing faint columnar lines and 16 entries apparently from an inventory of furnishings. Found loose in account book, cat. no. 289.
Samuel Moore to Mr. Burton, note, April 21 1859 Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service From Samuel Moore to Mr. Burton dated April 21, 1859 to send his watch by the bearer. Written in ink on a lip cut from the upper edge of a sheet of white laid paper.
1859-04-21
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.
One dollar bank note Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Overside: Black printing on brown colored paper with the inscription: "I promise to pay to the bearer on demand one dollar (in city stock orders) of the BandO Railroad Company or (their equivalent in) baltimore bank notes" number 2428 a reverser side: Mrs. jenkins. Treated in 1973 at hfc.
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.

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