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Excerpts from "Recollections of Oxmoor," September 14th 1906.

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A flyleaf copy of Henry M. Bullitt's recollection of Oxmoor, written in 1906. Six original pages are also in the folder. This document skips from page six to page forty-three, once it gets to Uncle Jack’s obituary. Bullitt writes extensively about…

Letter to Sallie P. Bullitt from Dr. Henry M. Bullitt, February 5th, 1858.

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A letter from Dr. Henry Massie Bullitt (Louisville) to his wife Sallie (Zanesville, Ohio) dated February 5th, 1858. Henry writes that he sold Charles, a man he previously enslaved, for $1000 to keep him from being "seduced off by the conductor of the…

Letter to Helen Bullitt Massie from Dr. Henry Massie Bullitt concerning the health of people they enslave, May 5th, 1832.

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In a letter from Dr. Henry Massie Bullitt to his aunt, Helen Scott Bullitt Massie, Henry writes, "I left uncle William's this morning and all of the white family were well, but several of the negroes were very sick." The letter is dated May 5th,…