H. R. McIlwaine, Virginia State Librarian, to C.K. Hill, August 19, 1925
Mr. McIlwaine writes to Mr. Hill telling him that the archivist says that Mr. Hill and Mr. Cridlin have examined all of their material concerning Lieutenant William Randolph. The librarian is unable to answer Mr. Hill's query.
--G. Anne Sloan
Virginia State Library RICHMOND, VA. ALL LETTERS SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO THE LIBRARIAN August 19, 1925. Mr. C.K. Hill Harriman, Tenn. My dear Sir:- Your letter of August 14 directed to Mr. Morgan P. Robinson has been forwarded by Mr. Robinson to me for attention. Mr. Robinson is now away on his vacation. The assistant State archivist tells me that she thinks that you have examined everything that we have in the archives department and that Mr. Cridlin also examined this material for information in reference to Lieut. William Randolph. We are unable to say to what regiment Lieut. Randolph belonged and at what time he was made lieutenant. I am sorry. Very truly yours, H. R. McIlwaine H. R. McILWAINE STATE LIBRARIAN. ================================================== Transcription copyright © RoaneTNHistory.org 2005. All rights reserved. Archivist: Transcription and scan by G. Anne Sloan