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A collection of family correspondence illustrating service life and current event during the late 1800s - early 1900s. It is comprised of letters written by Captain H.G. Leahy to his wife, 1900-1901, from Gibraltar, containing an account of service life, including the commemoration of the death of Queen Victoria, accession of Edward VII and the visit of the Duke and Duchess of York en route to Australia.
It also includes letters from Alice Leahy to her mother and one to her aunt, from Gibraltar and London, 1899-1900 and letters to her husband, Captain Leahy, 1894-1899.
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Family Correspondence, Queen Victoria, Edward VII, Duke of York, Duchess of York
European History | History | Social History
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Sanderson, Amy, "MS-081: Leahy Family Correspondence; 1894-1901, Gibraltar." (September 2006). Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids. Special Collection and College Archives, Musselman Library, Gettysburg College.