John A. Dardeene
Dardeene, John A.
Manuscript & Rare Books Division
Indiana State Library
Processed by: Philip N. Williams, 1998
F.H. Dardeene, son of John A. Dardeene, was a student at Choctaw Academy in Scott County, Kentucky, in the year 1838. John A. Dardeene (or Dardenne) was a businessman, working out of Mt. Pleasant or Peru, Indiana during the same year.
Scope and Content Note:
Collection consists of two items connected to John A. Dardeene. The first is a letter written in 1838 from Choctaw Academy in Scott County, Kentucky, and written for F.H. Dardeene by J.W. Barros, who lodged with Dardeene. The second item is a letter providing a report of sales (and distribution?) for 20 Blb. [lbs.?] of flour received from Logansport, Indiana. The report is dated July 18, 1838 and was mailed by [J.B. Buthelet?] of Peru to John A. Dardeene in Mt. Pleasant.
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1838, Mar. 8 2 Photostat copies of ALS, from J.W. Barrow, for F.H. Dardeene, from Choctaw Academy, Scott County, Kentucky, to John A. Dardeene, at Peru; letter also signed by F.W. Dardeene, son of John A. Dardeene
1838, July 18 Photostat copy of business report on the sale of flour, from [J.B. Buthelet?] of Peru, Indiana to John A. Dardenne of Mt. Pleasant
Size of Collection: 1 folder, 3 items
Collection Dates: 1838
Access : The collection is open for research use
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Language: Materials are entirely in English
Alternate Formats: None