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Column: DPs in the DeKalb House
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C-I Web Extra: A scan of the envelope containing Mrs. Coburn’s letter. She had no regular envelopes due to the Blockade of the South. She used a legal document which was blank on one side and cut out an envelope. A back flap of the envelope is turned out to show a part of the legal document.
Recently I acquired a letter dated November 11, 1863 written by Mary A. Colburn to Helen Parker in Greenville, S.C. Mrs.

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