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| When Received | Name & Rank of Writer | Date and purport of letter | Endorsement and Memorandum |
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|1869. Nov 8 ✓ 27. | Amer: Freed: U. Conv: by J.J. Lowell secy. (N.Y. Branch) * ✓ Filed | New York, List of Teachers commissioned and employed in Virginia by the N.Y. Branch A.F.U.C. |   |   

|1869 Novembr ✓ 28. | Amer: Miss: Association By E.P. Smith, Field Secy * ✓ Filed | New York. Novemb 1, 1869. Requests appropriation for rental of Normal School buildings, as follows; Hampton, Va. from July 1st 1869. $175.00 per month |   |

|1 869 Novem 12. ✓ 29. | Amer: Miss: Association By S. C. Armstrong Supt of Schools (see endorsement) Received back Nov 16 /69 and Filed with Voucher No 7, abstract 2. Dec /69 (See "A. 33.") | Hampton, Va. Novem 9, 1896 Requests an appropriation of $100. for repairs upon the Lincoln School House at Hampton, Va. Also, an appropriation of $200 for repairs upon the Butler School House at Hampton. | Office Supt of Ed Bureau R.F. and A.L. Richmond, Va. Nov 12, 1869  Respectfully forwarded to Bvt Major Genl O.O. Howard, U.S.A. Commissioner, with the recommendation that the within request be granted. R.M. Manly Supt of Ed. |

| 1869. Novem 12. ✓ 30. | Armstrong, S.C. * Supt of Schools ✓ Filed. | Hampton, Va. Novem 9, 1869 Replies to letter of Oct 22, by stating that there is at present no teachers at Drummondtown, States, also, that the building at that place is 18 x 25 feet, is built by boards and is one story high. |   |




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