|Photos||Nathan Smith White|
|Documents||St George Tucker Poem|
Among papers of Nathan White, presumably written in his hand (though not sure). Poem by St. George Tucker of Virginia:
Days of my youth! Ye have glided away;
Locks of my youth! Ye are frosted and gray;
Eyes of my youth! Your keen sight is no more;
Cheeks of my youth! Ye are furrowed all o'er;
Strength of my youth! All your vigor is gone;
Thoughts of my youth! Your gay visions are flown!
Days of my youth, I wish not your recall;
Locks of my youth, I'm content ye shall fall;
Eyes of my youth, ye much evil have seen;
Cheeks of my youth, bathed in tears have ye been;
Thoughts of my youth, ye have led me astray;
Strength of my youth; why lament your decay!
Days of my age! Ye will shortly be past;
Pains of my age, but a while can ye last;
Joys of my age, in true wisdom delight;
Eyes of my age, be religion your light;
Thoughts of my age, dread ye not the cold sod;
Hopes of my age, be ye fixed on your God!
Lines written by George Tucker Virginia
|Nathan White Confederate Bond|
Confederate States Bond
$500 for Nathan White
|Nathan White IOU 1857|
Promise of payment to Nathan White from James (?) Thompson, June 23, 1857
|Nathan White Letter 1857|
Letter to Nathan White regarding property purchase/transfer. 1857
|Nathan White Letter-Invoice 1857|
Letter to Nathan White from James C Ayer & Co., Lowell Mass, seeking payment from a Mr. Smith, and requesting help from White’s firm in determining when said payment will be made.
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