Letter, 11 August 1836, written by W. P. Custis, Philadelphia, Pa. to James W. Custis of Accomack County, Va. concerning the purchase of horses; and a newspaper clipping from "Harper's New Monthly Magazine" concerning a Civil War era anecdote about someone named Custis.
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Letter from W. P. Custis, at Philadelphia, to James W. Custis, near Modest Town, Accomack County, Va. 11 Aug. 1836.
A clipping from <i>Harper's New Monthly Magazine</i> concerning James W. Custis.
[City of Williamsburg, deed, 17th. of 3 lots of John Custis: see Virginia, Cities, Williamsburg, Folder 1-6".].