James E. Edmonds Collection



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Remarks on the news of the death of his Uncle Will and that he did not attend church that day due to examinations. Remarks on his busy schedule: four hundred pages of reading before midnight that night. Describes a feast held among his friends. Asks his parents to search his desk for a manuscript of a story about the man floating in the ice on the river that he sent to the Harpers Young People.

Subject Headings (Library of Congress)

University of Mississippi -- Students; University of Mississippi -- History; University of Mississippi -- Social life and customs

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archival material

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Oxford (Miss.)

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James E. Edmonds Collection, Archives and Special Collections, University of Mississippi Libraries


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James E. Edmonds to Major & Mrs. J. E. Edmonds (24 January 1897)



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