Andrew Biddle Letters, 1896


Andrew Biddle Letters, 1896


The Andrew Biddle Letters, held by the Archives of Appalachia at East Tennessee State University, consists of three letters written by Andrew Biddle of Johnson City, Tennessee to his brother-in-law Harry Oellig in Pennsylvania. Biddle was a miller and topics covered include family, the price of grain, the state of the milling business, the 1896 presidential election, hunting in East Tennessee, and various financial matters.


Biddle, Andrew B., 1846-1922


Andrew Biddle Letters, Archives of Appalachia, East Tennessee State University




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