Mordecai Family Collection
Scope and Content Note
This collection includes three envelopes addressed to M.C. Mordecai and his daughter Minnie. Also included is a printed copy of an 1844 circular letter in favor of annexing Texas to the Union, with M.C. Mordecai's name listed as a signee.
- Creation: undated, 1844
- Mordecai family (Family)
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This is the Mordecai family of South Carolina, Savannah, and Baltimore.
.25 Linear Feet
Language of Materials
Three envelopes addressed to M.C. Mordecai and his daughter Minnie. Also included is a printed copy of an 1844 circular letter in favor of annexing Texas to the Union, with M.C. Mordecai's name listed as a signee.
Collection is located in Consolidated Box P14.
Gift, in part, of the Elsie O. and Philip D. Sang Foundation 1979
- Guide to the Mordecai Family Collection, circa 1844 P-498
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