Richard family papers, 1826-1901 | Louisiana Research Collection
By Anna Richards
ID: LaRC/Manuscripts Collection 496
Primary Creator: Richard family
Extent: 15.0 Folders
Arrangement: This collection is arranged within folders according to general topic. Within each folder the documents are arranged in chronological order. There is a folder that contains empty envelopes. The collection consists of 15 folders.
Access Restrictions: Collection is open to the public. No known restrictions.
Use Restrictions: Physical rights are retained by the Louisiana Research Collection. Copyright is retained in accordance with U.S. copyright laws.
Preferred Citation: Richard family papers, Manuscripts Collection 496, Louisiana Research Collection, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118.
Processing Information: Collection finding aid created by intern Anna Richards.
Browse by Folder:
[Folder 1: Correspondence and other papers, 1826 November - 1849 July 20],
[Folder 2: Correspondence, 1853 June 10 - 1853 July 8],
[Folder 3: Certificates of Land, 1855 April 19 - 1855 May 1],
[Folder 4: Correspondence and other papers, 1855 May 2 - 1855 October 10],
[Folder 5: Certificates of Land, 1857 February 19],
[Folder 6: Correspondence, Certificates, and other papers, 1857 May 23 - 1860],
[Folder 7: Correspondence and other papers, 1861 September 3 - 1869 February 9],
[Folder 8: Correspondence, 1862 June 9 - 1862 July 30],
[Folder 9: Correspondence, 1862 August 2 - 1862 August 29],
[Folder 10: Correspondence, 1862 September 5 - 1862 December 26],
[Folder 11: Note from Appomatox Court House and correspondence, 1863 February 1 - 1865 April 10],
[Folder 12: Indentures and Correspondence, 1866 May 24 - 1878 March 21],
[Folder 13: Certificates and Correspondence, 1883 April 13 - 1887 January 21],
[Folder 14: Last Will and Testimate and Correspondence, 1894 January 13 - 1901 April 15],
[Folder 15: Papers, Empty Envelopes, No Date],
- Folder 14: Last Will and Testimate and Correspondence, 1894 January 13 - 1901 April 15
1894 January 13: A.C. Willis writes Captain John C. Richard to tell him that he has not yet received the money he owes him, but will come to Starke as soon as he has it.
1894 January 22: A.C. Willis writes Captain John C. Richard to tell him that they will finish taking a tally of the timber and will come to see him on the 23rd or 24th of January.
1899 January 16: George Hull writes John C. Richard asking him to send him a receipt that he failed to send before so that he can make arrangements about keeping his taxes up.
1899 September 14: A record of J. E. Hayworth's transactions to Dr. H.C. Denton.
1901 April 15: A check written by John C. Richard to W.O. Tison for four hundred dollars.
A copy of Melinda Richard's last Will and Testament according to February 14, 1884.
January 18: J.C. Richard receives a letter written in regard to the election for Congress in his district.
A telegraph stating that "Grandma Richard died this morning" and is to be buring the next day. From J.C. Richard.