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Rcrs003_001_005_001.pdf
tuition for poor children, schoolmasters, school commissioners, number of poor children

Rcrs003_001_006_001.pdf
tuition for poor children, schoolmasters, school commissioners, number of poor children

Rcrs004_001_001_001.pdf
Literary Fund, bond

Rcrs004_001_002_001.pdf
Literary Fund, bond

Rcrs004_001_003_001.pdf
Literary Fund, bond

Rcrs004_001_004_001.pdf
Literary Fund, bond

SNT0012-Joseph-Funk-Sons-letters-to-James-Curry-May-1856-to.pdf
Collection includes five letters, dated 1856 May 17 to 1858 October 7, from publishers Joseph Funk and Sons, of Mountain Valley, Va., to their book agent, James Curry of Nickell's Mill, Monroe County, Va. The letters discuss supply and demand, cost,…

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Freedmen's-Bureau-Record-of-Freedmen-1865-1868.pdf
This record was created by the Freedmen's Bureau and given to Augusta County Circuit Court in 1868. The document contains quartermaster information, marriage information, as well as the names of children of recently freed slaves. The document was…

SNT0010-Letter-from-Funk-to-Curry-February-23-1836.pdf
Letter from Joseph Funk to James Curry written on February 23rd, 1836. Funk is writing if Curry recieved music books and that the music books are the best of the kind.

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SNT0014-Joseph-Funk-to-Solomon-Henkel-letter-August-12-1816.pdf
Letter from Joseph Funk to his publisher Solomon Henkel. The letter is written in German and is from August 12, 1816. This is around the time when Joseph Funk was compiling his songbook written in German and translated titled: The universally useful…

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SNT0015-Joseph-Funk-letter-to-Soloman-Henkel-October-4-1821.pdf
Letter from Joseph funk to his publisher Solomon Henkel. This letter is written in German and is from October 4, 1821.

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SNT0005-Hollis-to-Funk-Letters-1832-1836.pdf
The J. W. Hollis to Joseph Funk Letters, 1832, 1836, are comprised of nine letters written to Funk by his publisher J. W. Hollis of Winchester, Virginia. The letters discuss in considerable detail various editorial changes to Funk's works A…

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SNT0006-J-W-Hollis-Letter-to-Joseph-Funk-August-15-1832.pdf
Letter from J.W. Hollis to Jospeh Funk concerning a question about formating a general scale of music in a publication he is putting together for Joseph Funk.

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SNT0007-J-W-Hollis-Letter-to-Joseph-Funk-September-12-1832.pdf
Letter from J.W. Hollis to Jospeh Funk written on September 12, 1832 concerning publishing A Compilation of Genuine Church Music.

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SNT0008-Letter-to-Funk-from-Hollis-May-17-1838.pdf
Letter from J.W. Hollis to Jospeh Funk written on May 17, 1838. The letter contains Hollis' edits to The Rose of Sharon and the possibility of Hollis moving to Rockingham.

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Rclr005_001_Part001.pdf

Rclr005_001_Part002.pdf

SNT0011-Joseph-Funk-and-Sons-letter-to-James-Curry-Sep-1857.pdf
Letter from Joseph Funk and Sons to James Curry written on September 11, 1857. The letter concerns Curry selling the fourth edition of music, and how it is a valuable book for those who don't have much time to read.

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SNT0013-Joseph-Funk-and-Sons-Correspondence-to-James-Curry.pdf
The Joseph Funk & Sons Correspondence predates the American Civil War and includes two letters from a Mennonite hymnbook publisher in Rockingham County, Virginia, to a client in Lewisburg, Virginia [now West Virginia]. The letter discusses book…

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SNT0001-Southern-Musical-Advocate-and-Singers-Friend-Journal.pdf
Subscriber ledger for The Southern Musical Advocate and Singer's Friend which was a periodical produced by Joseph Funk and Sons from 1859-1861 and 1865-1869. The periodical was a precurser to The Musical Million and Singer's Advocate which was…
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