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NARA 481 Bladenboro N.C. July 9th 1868 McCollum D M.D. States that he has been attending and prescribing for Freedmen gratuitously but in consequence of the exhaustion of his supply of Medicines he will through necessity be compelled to stop, says that if the Gov't will send him some Medicines he will continue as before. R W,. July 15th 1868
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