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Garrison Family Papers, Series 3: Correspondence, Part D: Letters to the Garrisons and Other Correspondence, 1744_1985 is arranged in four sections. The first section (Reels 1_26) consists of personal letters written to the Garrisons; section two (Reels 26_32) consists of additional miscellaneous letters from less well-known people to the Garrisons; condolence letters and engagement, wedding, and birth congratulations compose the third section (Reels 32_34); and the fourth section (Reels 34_35) consists of third-party letters that were collected, saved, and donated by Garrison family members, and although this is the smallest section it provides valuable material to researchers including coverage of Victoria Woodhull_s women_s rights activities and typewritten copies of letters exchanged by the Carret family who lived in Cuba during the mid-1800s.

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