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Zackquill Morgan Homestead, Correspondence and Petition

Collection Number: A&M 2590


This collection contains correspondence and a petition regarding the Zackquill Morgan Homestead. Correspondence from J.M.G. Brown, Chairman Committee for Civic and Industrial Betterment, 3-7-29, to Mrs. Max Mathers. Brown informs Mathers that a committee has been appointed to investigate the proposal to purchase the Homestead. Letter from the Col. John Evans Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution to the mayor and members of the Common Council of the City of Morgantown, endorsing Mather's proposal. Letter from Max Mathers to W.E. Brooks, City Manager of Morgantown, WV, 6-17-29, informing the City Manager that he will sell the Zackquill Morgan Homestead for $30,000. A petition from members of the Monongalia Historical Society to purchase the Homestead.


  • Creation: 1929

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0 Linear Feet (Summary: 4 items)

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Zackquill Morgan Homestead, Correspondence and Petition, 1929
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1549 University Ave.
P.O. Box 6069
Morgantown WV 26506-6069 US