Authors

Laurin Dewey

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The warden writes to Finley, who is at home with this family, telling him that there is no serious illness among the prisoners. He says that Brother Sherwood preached that morning with two young preachers at his side who did not pass up the opportunity "of blowing off steam." Dewey tells Finley that Judge Cox came for a consultation about an "unpleasant affair." Two employees appear to have been let go after the consultation. Abstract Number - 1082

Abstract Number

1082

Publication Date

8-8-1847

City

Columbus State Prison

Keywords

State Prison Letters; State Prison -- Conditions

Letter from Laurin Dewey to James B. Finley

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