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Papers, 1806-1944.

Author: Cronly family.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, financial records, legal and other papers of Michael Cronly, Sr., auctioneer and real estate broker of Wilmington, N.C., of his wife, Margaret McLaurin Cronly, and of their nine children. Subjects include auctions and auctioneering, Wilmington social life, Civil War experiences, the Wilmington, Charlotte and Rutherford Railway Company, railroad bonds issued in North Carolina during Reconstruction, an  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Personal narratives, Confederate
Named Person: Beatty family.; Thomas Walter Bickett; Harley Lyman Clarke; Stephen William Cole; Margaret McLaurin Cronly; Newton Martin Curtis; William Darius Jamieson; McLaurin family.; Murphy family.; Don Carlos Seitz; William Nathan Harrell Smith; Waddy Thompson; Platt Dickinson Walker
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Cronly family.
OCLC Number: 19490838
Description: 1, 962 items.

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Correspondence, financial records, legal and other papers of Michael Cronly, Sr., auctioneer and real estate broker of Wilmington, N.C., of his wife, Margaret McLaurin Cronly, and of their nine children. Subjects include auctions and auctioneering, Wilmington social life, Civil War experiences, the Wilmington, Charlotte and Rutherford Railway Company, railroad bonds issued in North Carolina during Reconstruction, an earthquake that struck the Carolinas in 1886, the Democratic Party and politics in North Carolina, and blacks during Reconstruction. Includes information on the Beatty, McLaurin and Murphy families of North Carolina, and descriptions of Charleston, Atlantic City (N.J.), Denver, Genoa (Italy), and the Hudson Fulton Celebration in New York City (1909). Correspondents include Thomas Walter Bickett, Jr., Harley Lyman Clarke, Stephen William Cole, Newton Martin Curtis, William Darius Jamieson, Herbert Putnam, Don Carlos Seitz, William Nathan Harrell Smith, Waddy Thompson, and Platt Dickinson Walker.

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