A.G. French letter
Scope and Contents
A.G. French Letter consists of an one page letter dated '32 from A.G. French to his mother and an unnamed sister and discusses family matters. This document illustrates attitudes and family relationships of early twentieth century state convicts. French was listed as living at 500 Spring Street in Richmond, Virginia, which was a contemporary euphemism for the Virginia State Prison. French complains that he has not received any family letters.
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A.G. French was a prisoner at the Virginia State Prison in 1932.
0.01 Linear Feet (1 folder)
Language of Materials
A.G. French Letter consists of an one page letter dated 1932 from A.G. French, a prisoner at the Virginia State Prison at the time of the letter. It is to his mother and an unnamed sister and discusses family matters.
This is a single item collection.
The W.L. Eury Appalachian Collection purchased the A.G. French Letter from Bookworm and Silverfish in November 2007. Its accession number is AC.2007.021. It was opened to the public in February 2008.
Processed by Kathryn Staley, December 2007; Encoded by Kathryn Staley, December 2007.
- French, A.G.
- AC.383: A.G. French Letter, 1932
- Processed by: Kathryn Staley; machine-readable finding aid created by: Kathryn Staley
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