CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 5 Item: 15

180833
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Copy of Letter, November 9, 1857, Richard K. Call, Lake Jackson, to C.J. Hedenberg, 4 pp., responding to questions about uniforms of army officers and correcting him on his proposed historical account of ''one of the most interesting and sublime scenes in our national history'' involving General And...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 6 Item: 1

180834
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, _____ 17, 1858, ''A.M.C.,'' Paris, to ''My Dear Friend,''regarding his visit to Scotland, where he saw ''this thing called a handsome [sketch accompanies the text], in which the driver sits behind in a small place and drives over the top of the handsome (one horse). It is not called a hands...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 6 Item: 2

180835
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, July 5, 1858, Dr. John Jenkins, Hamilton, Canada, to Richard K. Call, 3 pp., thanking him for his ''kind and benevolent treatment to my Daughter. . .'' and asking ''what will be your price, as low as you can grant it to a Father'' for the freedom of Mary, Jenkins' daughter and Call's slave: ...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 6 Item: 3

180836
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, August 5, 1858, John Jenkins, Hamilton, Canada, to Richard K. Call, 3 pp.: ''It is with the deepest emotions of gratitude Sir I acknowledge the receipt of your letter, giving your consent to let me have my Daughter Mary [and for] the moderation of your price. . . Please let me know by lette...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 6 Item: 7

180852
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Draft of Letter, November 1, 1860, Richard K. Call, Lake Jackson, to Mr. Hart (editor, Tallahassee Sentinel newspaper), 12 pp., explicating at length his unionist, pro-slavery views in response to ''your remarks on the speech delivered by me . . . on the 29th. . . I did not advocate resistance to th...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 6 Item: 8

180854
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, November 5, 1860, Richard Call Long to his mother Ellen Call Long, 3 pp., regarding progress in his lessons: ''I suppose that you will have received my report . . . so that I need hardly tell you any thing more concerning my lessons. . . we had a list of Prepositions to recite and I was the...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 6 Item: 9

180857
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, December 22, 1860, Richard K. Call, Lake Jackson, to Mr. Hart (editor, Tallahassee Sentinel newspaper), printed as a 1-page broadside: ''. . . never at any time, or on any occasion within the last ten years, have I seen so much unanimity, so much enthusiasm, in the support of the glorious A...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 1

180860
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, January 14, 1861, Mary Y. Holmes, Brockport, to Ellen Call Long, 4 pp., concerning the current political situation and personal matters: ''. . . let me tell you how glad I was to hear from the land of flowers and know that one of her daughters at least was right upon the main question of th...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 2

180863
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, January 26, 1861, E. R. Lea, Philadelphia, to ''My dear Countess of Tallahassee'' [Ellen Call Long], 4 pp.: ''Your Father's views are what I expected from the friend of General Jackson; and his name will endure as one who tried to stem the tide of a fanatical and ill-judged revolution, when...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 3

180865
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, February 15, 1861, E. R. Lea, Philadelphia, to ''My dear Friend [Ellen Call Long?], 8 pp.: ''I am glad you have such good accounts from Richard in whose welfare I feel much interested, as well as in dear little Nonie too. . . I grieve sincerely for you, and those who think like you, that th...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 4

180866
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, March 4, 1861, J. Cameron to General Richard K. Call, 2 pp., acknowledging ''receipt of your admirable and patriotic address. . . I will not stop now to conjecture what the day may bring forth; trusting with every other loyal Spirit, that oil may be poured upon the troubled waves of Strife, ...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 5

180867
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, May 21, 1861, C. D. Marsh, Bellevue, to Ellen Call Long, 1 p.: ''I could not get the shoes, all were too large . . . Love to the Fairy of the Lake, and Gel. Call, with many pleasant recollections of my visit to you. . .''

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 6

180868
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, August 24, 1861, J. H. Kirkman, Camp Yancey, Warrington, Florida, to ''My Dear Cousin'' [Ellen Call Long], 3 pp., regarding military preparations for war: ''. . . we are at present very busy in repairing our batteries [and] have been drilling nearly all day at Battallion Drill at double qui...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 7

180869
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, March 14, 1862, Edmond Powell, Camp Wynne's Mill, to ''My dear Mother'' [Cloe], Lake Jackson, 4 pp., regarding his regiment's military preparations and activities in Virginia: ''We have been on the Peninsula five or six months and have not got into a fight yet . . . Col. Ward received order...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 8

180870
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, March 19, 1862, Richard K. Call, Lake Jackson, to Thomas J. Perkins, 2 pp., responding to a conversation ''in which my loyalty to the south was called in question. . . In the hope of inducing my accuser or accusers to meet me face to face, with his false and malicious accusations [I] request...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 9

180871
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, March 26, 1863, Lardner Gibbon, Mobile, Alabama, to ''My Dear Friend,'' 4 pp., relating his meeting with author Octavia Walton Le Vert and his impressions of her personally and as a writer. Also briefly mentions being ''on Engineer Duty -- don't care for rank, and don't particularly want it...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 11

180873
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, March 8, 1864, George W. Crawford, Bel Air, Georgia, to Ellen Call Long,'' 1 p., thanking her for her ''kindness and care of our son. . . I may further add, that in this fratricidal war . . . I trust that a kind Providence will shield you from the sad necessity of performing a parent's duty ...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 12

180874
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, June 29, 1866, Princess Achille Murat, New York, to Ellen Call Long, 4 pp., about her life in New York, women's fashions (''I think the ladies will soon dispense with clothing half way up their legs and very little on their arms and necks''), and her plans to leave for Europe tomorrow.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 13

180875
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, July 17, 1866, Mary D. Johnston, Sewickleyville, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, to ''Editor, Tallahassee Sentinel,'' 1 p., requesting assistance in determining whether a ''mysterious hospital patient'' of whom she read in the newspaper is her husband, who was taken prisoner during the Civil...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 14

180876
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, July 21, 1866, M. E. Everett, Marquette, Lake Superior, Michigan, to ''Editor of Tallahassee Sentinel,'' 2 pp., requesting assistance in determining whether an unidentified hospital patient described in a newspaper article is a friend who was missing after being wounded near Richmond during ...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 7 Item: 15

180877
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, July 31, 1866, Mary B. Hardy, Waterloo City, Indiana, to General Foster, Commander of the Freedmen's Bureau, 2 pp., requesting assistance in determining whether an unidentified hospital patient described in a newspaper article is her husband, who was wounded in the Battle of Chickamauga and ...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 8 Item: 1

180878
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Promissory Note, February 10, 1869, Ellen Call Long, to Nourse and Brooks, New York, 1 p., ''to whom I have this day executed a mortgage to secure the payment hereof the sum of Six thousand eight hundred and eighty eight 02/100 dollars. . .''

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 8 Item: 2

180879
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Promissory Note, February 10, 1869, Ellen Call Long, to Nourse and Brooks, New York, 1 p., ''to whom I have this day executed a mortgage to secure the payment hereof the sum of Seven thousand four hundred and eighty four 15/100 dollars. . .''

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 8 Item: 3

180880
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, May 12, 1869, Lardner Gibbon, Greenville, South Carolina, to Ellen Call Long, 4 pp., written entirely in rhyming couplets: ''My dear Mrs. Long, Are you not very wrong / To keep your friends in such ignorance, And always writing in one's defence / You told us some time ago, To Italy you migh...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 8 Item: 5

180882
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, October 31, 1869, Octavia Le Vert, to Ellen Call Long, 2 pp.: ''If Mrs. Gamble and yourself would like to go with me, I shall be most happy to present you to [the Ladies] of the Sorosis. . . we will go together to Delmonicos . . . I am sure you would be pleased with the gathering of the `La...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 8 Item: 6

180883
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, January 10, 1870, Columbus Drew, Jacksonville, to Ellen Call Long, 4 pp.: ''I should feel it a great privilege to take a part in bringing before the public the memoirs of Genl Call. Since I abandoned the newspaper business and have been engaged [as] a Bookseller -- it has been my chief amb...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 8 Item: 7

180884
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Letter, March 11, 1870, Columbus Drew, Jacksonville, to Ellen Call Long, 4 pp., regarding his receipt and reading of General Call's manuscript narrative of his life and Florida history. Regrets that he cannot publish the book at this time.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 8 Item: 8

180885
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Copy of Letter, June 15, 1870, Nourse and Brooks, New York, to Ellen Call Long, Care of John Kirkman, 2d Nat'l Guard, Nashville, Tennessee, 2 pp., responding to her request for a statement of accounts and for a cash settlement of her debt.

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 8 Item: 9

180886
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Copy of Letter, July 11, 1870, Nourse and Brooks, New York, to Ellen Call Long, Care of Captain J. P. Drouillard, Cumberland Furnace, Dixon County, Tennessee, 2 pp., extending their offer of a cash settlement until August 8 and offering 17-3/4 cent as ''a full price for the average quality of Florid...

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 8 Item: 10

180887
Collection
Call and Brevard Family Papers
Description
Copy of Letter, July 20, 1870, Nourse and Brooks, New York, to Ellen Call Long, care of Captain J. P. Drouillard, Cumberland Furnace, Dixon County, Tennessee, 1 p., transmitting a copy of a previous letter.

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