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Copying. Papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.
.21 linear feet (1/2 file box)
The papers are arranged chronologically in four groups: family correspondence, letters from friends to Whitlock, love letters, and miscellaneous. Letters from friends to Whitlock and love letters are arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Memorabilia includes envelopes and a page of verse. There are also legal records, household receipts, and teaching contracts and certificates.
Annie (Scott) Whitlock married Armistead Linwood "Linnie" Whitlock of Tobaccoville, Virginia, in 1893. Letters dated in late 1896 reveal that Whitlock was a new mother when she died at the age of twenty-five.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The papers of Annie Whitlock were purchased by the Schlesinger Library from Bookworm & Silverfish in Wytheville, Virginia, in January 1993.
By: Danielle Kovacs
This collection was formerly cataloged as the Papers of Annie E. Scott.
- Whitlock, Annie, 1872-1896. Papers of Annie Whitlock, 1888-1896: A Finding Aid
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