Emile Bailey letters
Scope and Contents
Collection consists of two letters and one envelope. The letters were written (August 23, 1861 and October 28, 1861) to Johnny Wilde in Selma, Alabama from Emile Bailey in Wilmington, North Carolina. The stationery is decorated with symbols of the Confederate States of America. Miss Bailey wrote fromthe Palmetto Hotel in Wilmington, North Carolina where she and her family were delayed by the outbreak of war. Apparently, Miss Bailey was a part of a theatrical family. The letters give some description of her life in Wilmington and her fondness for friends in Selma.
- Creation: 1861
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0.1 Cubic Feet (3 items)
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Collection consists of two letters written (August 23, 1861 and October 28, 1861) to Johnny Wilde in Selma, Alabama from Emile Bailey in Wilmington, North Carolina at the outbreak of the American Civil War.
The letters were given to Johns Hopkins University by Miss Eugenia Wilde in 1948.
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