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B.85 . A. C. D. C. Vol 4. 68
Washington April 7, 1868.

Brookings E. J

2" Vol No 1627. O.L.S.D.C. 1868

States that a gentleman living at Gardiner, Maine, desires a good healthy strong colored boy 16 to 18 years of age to work around the house and in the field. Is acquainted with tho gentleman and knows him to be kind and trustworthy. He is willing to feed and clothe the boy and give him one hundred dollars 100.00 per year; he will advance his transportation. 
A boy was sent some time since but found a place that he liked better.

RECEIVED
*APR 8 1868*
O.L.S.D.C

H.D.QRS. ASS'T COM'R D.C.
RECEIVED
*APR 8 1868*
BUREAU R.F. & A. I.


Bureau Refugees, Freedman & Abandoned Lands
Head-Quarters Asst. Commr. D.C,
WASHINGTON, APR 8 1868

Respectfully referred to Local Supt D.C who will if practicable supply the needed help--
By order of Asst Com
Stuart Eldridge
A.A.A.G.

E.B. Vol 4 # 1017

Respectfully referred to Mrs. J.S. Griffing Agent who will secure the servant at the earliest possible moment and return this paper with report - Send the boy to this office.
J.V.W. Vandenbrugh
Local Supt D.C.

E.B. 2. Vol. 218 O.L.S. D.C.

394 North Capitol St
Washington Apl. 11"/68

Respectfully returned with the information a boy named William Turner desires to file the within named application, and has been sent to your office--
J.E. Griffing
Empl Agent.

Filed

406 - 8th Street bet G & H
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