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Addition 1846, 1851, and 1872, to the papers of Joseph Brevard Kershaw   

| Manuscripts Gifts 2006 | Front Page 2006 | Previous Issues | Friends of the Library |

Five manuscripts, 1846, 1851, and 1872, added to the papers of Joseph Brevard Kershaw (1822-1894) include a real estate transaction with William E. Johnson, an estate return for M. Kershaw, and correspondence of J.P. Carroll, an attorney in Columbia, South Carolina.

Carroll writes to Kershaw for help in collecting fees incurred with two lawsuits referred to him by Kershaw, ultimately concluding in his letter of 19 July 1872 that “Perhaps... I have overestimated my services.”

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