Joseph Funk and Sons Correspondence to James Curry 1858-1860

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Title

Joseph Funk and Sons Correspondence to James Curry 1858-1860

Subject

Funk, Joseph, 1777-1862
Curry, James
Joseph Funk and Sons
Music printing -- United States -- History
Music publishing -- United States -- History
Booksellers and bookselling -- History -- 19th century
Publishers and publishing -- History -- 19th century
Mennonite Church -- Hymns
Virginia -- History -- 19th century
Letters (correspondence)

Description

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 shipments, the settlement of accounts, and the unreliability of shipping to the western counties via the railroad. From https://aspace.lib.vt.edu/repositories/2/resources/2395.

Creator

Joseph Funk and Sons

Source

Joseph Funk & Sons Correspondence, Ms2008-074 - Special Collections, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Va.

Publisher

JMU Libraries

Date

1858-1860

Contributor

Tyler Brinkerhoff

Format

PDF

Identifier

SNT0013

Coverage

Mountain Valley, Virginia
Singers Glen, Virginia
Harrisonburg, Virginia
Nickoll's Mills, Greenbrier County, Virginia

Files

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Citation

Joseph Funk and Sons, “Joseph Funk and Sons Correspondence to James Curry 1858-1860,” Histories along the Blue Ridge, accessed November 27, 2022, https://omeka.lib.jmu.edu/erp/items/show/8317.