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Title: Hereford, Francis. Letters, 1842-1843
Collection identifier: 704
Extent: 1.0 folder
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This collection contains two letters written by Francis Hereford, postmaster of Hillsboro, Ill. On June 28, 1842, he writes to George R. Michael, a manufacturer in St. Louis for a supply of his Brandreth brand pills to sell in Hillsboro. On June 22, 1843, Hereford writes to his sister in Dover, Tenn., regarding the weather, crops, and his fear as a "Tyler man" of losing his job.