The Margaret Bayard Smith Digital Edition is a project to transcribe and annotate the more than 3,000 letters, diaries, and commonplace books, written by Smith during her lifetime (1778-1844). The manuscripts are owned by the Library of Congress and a handful of letters are held by other repositories throughout the United States. The project relies on the contributions of volunteer transcribers to help transcribe her lengthy and dense correspondence.
This visiting book kept by William Thornton's wife Anna Maria Brodeau Thornton, is located in the Papers of William Thornton at the Library of Congress, Box 18. It is on reel 7 of the microfilm set.
17 pages: 0% indexed, 0% transcribed, 18% needs review
81 pages: 2% indexed, 99% transcribed
Godey's Lady's Book, 1837. Digital copy provided by Beth Taylor, February 2018
14 pages: 0% indexed, 36% transcribed, 64% needs review
Godey's Lady's Book 1837. Digital copy provided by Beth Taylor
5 pages: 0% indexed, 60% transcribed, 40% needs review
7 pages: 14% indexed, 86% transcribed
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Papers of William Thornton, Reel 7.
9 pages: 0% indexed, 56% transcribed