Download Full Text (256 KB)
Letter sent by Pennsylvania Governor A. G. Curtin to Judge Thomas White from Harrisburg on July 10, 1865. Curtin reports that May [his daughter] has returned to her old self after Judge White was able to resolve a matter involving her [likely the incident that also involved Judge White's nephew]. Curtin also mentions that his wife has been feeling better and that she will be going on an excursion in the following week. Curtin states that he is greatly indebted to Judge White.
Curtin, Andrew Gregg, 1817-1894, Correspondence. White, Thomas, 1799-1866.
Curtin, A. G., "Letter from A. G. Curtin to Thomas White, July 10, 1865" (1865). Indiana, Pennsylvania in the Civil War. 134.
The digitized images of letters, photographs, and other items from the White Collection in the “Indiana, Pennsylvania in the Civil War” exhibit are the property of the Historical and Genealogical Society of Indiana County, Pa. These images may only be used for non-commercial, educational purposes under “Fair Use” guidelines. For additional information contact: HGSIC, 621 Wayne Avenue, Indiana, Pa. 15701; (724) 463-9600. Email email@example.com.
The Historical and Genealogical Society of Indiana County, PA; White Collection