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Christiancy Scandal Newspaper Article, circa 1876

Christiancy Scandal Newspaper Article, circa 1876
SC 00225
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Scope and Contents
Newspaper article entitled "Christiancy Scandal" which describes the wedding between Michigan U. S. Senator Isaac P. Christiancy, aged 63 and Ms. Lillian M.Lugenteel, age 20 plus the reactions of various people in Washington, D.C. March 26 [1876]. A reprint from the Detroit Free Press.
Administrative/Biographical History
Isaac Peckham Christiancy was a Chief Justice of the Michigan State Supreme Court and a U.S. Senator from Michigan.  Ms. Lugenbeel [Lugenbul, Lugenteel] was his second wife.
Christiancy, Isaac Peckham, 1812-1890
Washington (D.C.)--Social life and customs
Clippings (information artifacts)

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Administrative Information

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Acquisition Note
 Source: Unknown, received prior to 1950..
Preferred Citation
Christiancy Scandal Newspaper Article, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary
Finding Aid Revisions:
Transferred from an artificial collection of backlog material.
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