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|When recd.|Name & Rank of Writer|Date and purport of letter|Endorsement and Memorandum|

|1869 May 10th 1.|Armstrong, S.C Inspector &c (See Endorsements) (See W.27, 1st Vol /69)|Hampton, Va, April 30th, 1869. Reports school buildings in his Sub. Dist. owned by the Bureau, Viz: one at Drummondtown, Accomac Co., which he recommends turned over to the Am: Miss: Assn. one at Fort Magruder, and one at Yorktown, in York County, Va, which he recommends turned over to the F.F. Assn. of Phil. 
All the above named buildings are on land owned by private parties.| Bureau R. F and A. L, Office Dist. Officer
Richmond May 9th 1869.
Respectfully referred to R.M.Manly Esqr Supt. of Ed. Dist. of Va,
(signed) Geo. Q. White
Bvt. Maj. U.S.A

Office Supt. of Ed:, Ste of Va
Richmond Va, May 10th 1869.
Respectfully forwarded to Bvt. Maj. Gen'l O.O. Howard, USA, Commissioner, for instructions.
R.M. Manly
Supt. of Education|

|1869 May 16th 2.|Abell, A.P. * Filed. (see W.6, 1st vol 1869) L. S. 79 1 vol 1869.|Charlottesville Va, May 14th./69 
Is unable to furnish the information desired. If secured he will send it promptly.|---|

|1869 June 2nd 3.|Abell, A.P. * Filed L.S. 128, 1st Vol 1869 (see W.6, 1st Vol 1869)|Charlottesville Va, June 1st 1869
It has been decided that he shall act as chairman of the Board of Trustees.|---|

|1869 June 15th 4.|Abell A.P. * Filed L.S. 231, 2nd vol 1869.|Charlottesville Va June 12th 1869. Has secured Mr. Rives signature, and has forwarded deed to Prof. Rogers for his signature. The deed will require to be acknowledged by Gen'l Howard before a N.P. or Jus. Peace 
Enquires relative & title of lot.|---|

|1869 June 17th 5.|Armstrong, S.C * Filed|Hampton Va, June 15th 1869.
Returns letter 150, stating that the School at Edwards Farm has been temporarily discontinued. Closed in May. It will probably be reopened next month.|---|

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