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|Named Person:||Robert Adger; James Butler Campbell; James Rood Doolittle; William E Earle; John Fripp; Robert W Gibbes; Thomas A Hendricks; Cecil Campbell Higgins; A D Mayo; Richard Olney; Niles G Parker; Edward S Philbrick; Lucy Holcombe Pickens; George Washington Seabrook; Henry Seabrook; Augustine Thomas Smythe; Margaret J M Sweat; Clement L Vallandigham; Daniel Webster|
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James Butler Campbell
Letter, 23 Mar. 1847, Charleston, S.C., to [Daniel] Webster, re his plans to visit S.C., Campbell's eargerness to play host, and offering tour of a rice plantation; 2 letters, 28 Sept. 1865 and 30 Sept. 1865, Charleston, S.C., from Henry Seabrook to U.S. Direct Tax Commission, Washington, D.C., and Edward S. Philbrick, Boston, Mass., re 1863 sale of Capt. John Fripp's property at St. Helena Island, S.C.
Letter, 10 Oct. 1865, from E.S. Philbrick, re purchases of land seized by government and plans for Northern business associates to sell joint land holdings; letter, 8 Dec. 1865, Beaufort, S.C., E.G. Dudley to Henry Seabrook, re Seabrook's purchase of John Fripp's property from Captain Niles G. Parker of the U.S. Army, present state of the plantation, living conditions for slave families, hardships of the war to North and South, and settlement of the question of titles by U.S. Supreme Court.
Letter, 26 June 1871, Charleston, S.C., to W.E. Wooding, re death of [Clement Laird] Vallandigham, and comments on [James Rood] Doolittle and [Thomas Andrews] Hendricks; letter, 28 June 1882, Norfolk, Va., from C.O. Boutelle, re Campbell's report on the U.S. tax law in S.C., authorities' refusal to accept tax payments in 1865, and Rev. A[mory] D[wight] Mayo's educational mission to Charleston, S.C.
Letter, 1 Feb. 1882, Washington, D.C., from Mrs. R.H.W. Seabrook to J.B. Campbell, re Sen. Wade Hampton, and requesting aid in regaining her position in Agriculture Department; letter, 3 June 1884, New York, N.Y., from M[argaret] J[ane] M[ussey] Sweat, requesting advice on finances of [Lucy H.] Pickens and mortgage on Edgewood Plantation; letter, 8 Dec. 1893, Charleston, S.C., [Cecil Campbell Higgins] to Richard Olney, re policies of Gov. [B.R.] Tillman, and connection of William E. Earle with Higgins' father.
- Adger, Robert, -- 1814-1891 -- Correspondence.
- Campbell, James Butler, -- 1808-1883 -- Correspondence.
- Doolittle, James Rood, -- 1815-1897.
- Earle, William E. -- (William Edward), -- 1841-1894 -- Correspondence.
- Fripp, John, -- 1792-1865 -- Estate.
- Gibbes, Robert W. -- (Robert Wilson), -- 1809-1866 -- Estate.
- Hendricks, Thomas A. -- (Thomas Andrews), -- 1819-1885.
- Higgins, Cecil Campbell -- Correspondence.
- Mayo, A. D. -- (Amory Dwight), -- 1823-1907.
- Olney, Richard, -- 1835-1917 -- Correspondence.
- Parker, Niles G.
- Philbrick, Edward S. -- Correspondence.
- Pickens, Lucy Holcombe, -- 1832-1893.
- Seabrook, George Washington, -- 1808-1866 -- Correspondence.
- Seabrook, Henry -- Correspondence.
- Smythe, Augustine Thomas, -- 1842-1914 -- Correspondence.
- Sweat, Margaret J. M. -- (Margaret Jane Mussey), -- 1823-1908 -- Correspondence.
- Vallandigham, Clement L. -- (Clement Laird), -- 1820-1871.
- Webster, Daniel, -- 1782-1852.
- Lawyers -- South Carolina -- Charleston -- Correspondence.
- Reconstruction -- South Carolina.
- African Americans -- South Carolina.
- Charleston (S.C.) -- Social life and customs.
- South Carolina -- Politics and government -- 1865-1950.