Letter to the Committee of The National Freedmen's Aid Union
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Reply in nega-
tive - sent Dec 9, 1867
4 Lawn Place
Wm. Craft, Esq Dec 5th 1867
To/The Committee of
The National Freedmen's Aid Union
interested in the noble
work in which you are
engaged — I take the liberty
of writing to say that I
shall be glad to labour
in connection with
the Freedmen's Aid Union
if you think my services
can be usefully imployed
I am, Gentlemen,
Your obedient servant
That the Committee regret that, under
present circes, they have no op[e]n[in]g
[ ] for his services:
Moved by Chairman
———— E. M. — Carried
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Author(s) & contributor(s): William Craft
Date(s): 5 December 1867
Place(s) of creation: 4 Lawn Place Shepherd’s Bush
Form & transmission history: Manuscript letter in author’s hand.
Object description: Off-white four-page/one-sheet letter, two blank pages; main hand in black ink with return receipt.
Repository: Bodleian Library (Oxford, United Kingdom)
Shelfmark / Identifier: MSS. Brit. Emp. S. 18, C117/148
Digital edition & date: One More Voice, 2021
Critical editing & encoding: Hope McCaffrey, Lucy McCann, Adrian S. Wisnicki
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