George Ingles Crafts letters
The collection contains five letters between George Ingles Crafts and his cousin Maria Campbell. In the letters Crafts describes his travels in Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa. One letter is from Campbell. In the letters, Crafts described his trips in great detail. He mentions stopovers in Constantinople, Thebes, Jerusalem, Paris, and other locations.
- Crafts, George Ingles (Person)
- Campbell, Maria (Person)
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Materials in English.
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George Ingles Crafts was a graduate of the College of Charleston in 1830.
Materials donated by Kate A. Crafts.
- Crafts, Kate A. (Donor, Person)
- Inventory of the George Ingles Crafts Letters, 1846-1847
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