Letter from A.P. Baugh [Abner P. Baugh] certifying that "after an examination of the dwelling house belonging to C.E.D. Burtis, situated near Bumpass, Va, it is my opinion that $250 will be ample to put the builidng in good condition..." April 20, 1934. Letter from S.R. Jeter, Ashland, Virginia, to C.E.D. Burtis in Bumpass, Virginia telling him how to change his beneficiary with Winance (?) Council #60. Handwritten notations about construction costs. Pencil drawing of a house and yard with a covered bridge. Reverse notation, "to A.G. Disosway from M.R. Disosway, March 3, 1847."
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Found in The Beauties of Bosphorus by Miss Pardoe, London, 1838, owned by Charles E.D. Burtis.
Burtis Family Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.