|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Solomons, Joseph M., 1825-1921.|
|Title:||Joseph M. Solomons letter|
|Dates:||1865 April 6|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet 1 folder|
Joseph M. Solomons (1825-1921) was born in South Carolina, resided in Savannah, and was in Augusta at the end of the Civil War. He was a wholesale and retail druggist.
This collection contains a letter on fabric written from Joseph M. Solomons to his wife, Zipporah, on April 6, 1865. According to information from the donor, the letter was part of a dress worn by a family member crossing United States /Confederate lines to visit Joseph Solomons in Augusta, Georgia. Once the letter was written, the family member sewed the fabric back onto her dress and carried it back to Zipporah Solomons in Savannah.
Joseph M. Solomons letter, MS 2042, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of Mrs. Werner Regill, 1981.
Collection is open for research.
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