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Mortgage signed by Hugh Smith Thompson

Image by Special Collections at Wofford College
Title: Mortgage signed by Hugh Smith Thompson
and John Cheves Haskell.

Date Original: 1885-12-02
Description: Mortgage signed by Hugh S. Thompson,
then governor of South Carolina, as well as John Cheves Haskell, both whom formerly
served in the Confederate army during the Civil War.

Creator: Thompson, Hugh Smith, 1836-1904
Subject(s): Thompson,
Hugh Smith, 1836-1904

Haskell, John Cheves, 1841-1906.
Charleston (S.C.)
Alternative Title: 070425-48
Publisher: Wofford College
Contributor: Haskell, John Cheves, 1841-1906.
Date Digital: 2008-09-03
Type: Text
Format [medium]: Manuscript
Format [IMT]: image/jpeg
Digitization Specifications: 800ppi 24-bit depth color; Scanned with
an Epson 15000 Photo scanner with Epson Scan software; Archival master is a
TIFF; Original converted to JPEG with Irfan View software.
Resource Identifier: 070425-48
Source: The original, accession number 070425-48, from which
this digital representation is taken is housed in The
Littlejohn Collection
at Wofford College,
located in the Sandor Teszler Library.
Language:En-us English
Relation [is part of]:The
Littlejohn Collection

Rights Management: This digital representation has been
licensed under an Attribution
– Noncommercial- No Derivatives Creative Commons license

Contributing Institution: Wofford College
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