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Remington, William (fl. 1864-1873) [Lease of 48 South Howard Street]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC03545.24.23 Author/Creator: Remington, William (fl. 1864-1873) Place Written: Baltimore, Maryland Type: Manuscript document Date: 11 November 1867 Pagination: 2 p. : docket ; 25 x 39 cm.

Summary of Content: Copy of the lease agreement for a property in Baltimore owed by William and Caroline W. Remington to Gray Richards for three years at $1100 per year. Note on page two in purple ink dated 11 March 1869 states the lease has been turned over to John Cugle.

Background Information: From the archive of Baltimore attorney Nathaniel Williams.

People: Remington, William, fl. 1864-1873
Remington, Caroline W., fl. 1864-1873
Richards, Gray, fl. 1867
Williams, Nathaniel, 1782-1864

Historical Era: Civil War and Reconstruction, 1861-1877

Subjects: Land TransactionLandlord and TenantFinanceContractWomen's History

Sub Era: Reconstruction

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