Pringle Family Letters - Accession 628 - M270 (320)
Accession 628 - M270 (320)
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Scope and Content Note
The Pringle Family Letters consist of typescript copies of letters written by Mary Pringle Mitchell (1831-1901) of New Haven, Connecticut and one written by her brother, Edward Jenkins Pringle (1820-1899) of California, to her family in South Carolina during the course of the American Civil War and their views on it. The letters offer insight into the life of a "Southern lady" living deep within "enemy territory" Civil War. These letters were edited by Stuart Lee Butler in 1977 and include biographical notes on the Pringles and those mentioned in the letters as well as explanatory notes.
The Pringle Family Letters were donated to the Archives by Mrs. St. Julien Ravenel.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Pringle Family Letters - Accession 628 - M270 (320)". Finding Aid 490.