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Collection Reference Number GLC01896.134
From Archive Folder Archive of Confederate naval operations: Va. volunteer navy, Tredegar Iron Works 
Title Annie Jeffery to Edward R. Archer about the Richmond heatwave and Archer's travels
Date 06 July 1900
Author Jeffery, Annie (fl. 1890-1900)  
Recipient Archer, Edward R.  
Document Type Correspondence
Content Description Discusses the current heat wave in Richmond, expresses desire to have been with Archer at Westminster Abbey, improving health of Aaron and Maimie Jeffery's baby boy, and news of the family and friends, including Mamie Lacy's successful surgery.
Subjects Women's History  Global History and Civics  Health and Medical  Children and Family  Injury or Wound  
People Jeffery, Aaron (fl. 1855-1900)  Goodwin, Mary Francis (fl. 1855-1889)  Archer, Edward R. (fl. 1830-1917)  Hobson, Fannie (fl. 1890-1900)  Jeffery, Richard (fl. 1900)  
Place written Richmond, Virginia
Theme Children & Family; Women in American History; Foreign Affairs; Health & Medicine
Sub-collection Papers and Images of the American Civil War
Copyright The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Module Civil War, Reconstruction and the Modern Era: 1860-1945