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    [Pierre G.T. Beauregard]. Beauregard Family Genealogical Research Archive. A small archive of "true copies" and genealogical research tracing the Beauregard family roots back to 1290 in France. Includes late 19th Century notes in English, French and Spanish as well as various 19th Century newspaper clippings referencing Pierre G.T. Beauregard accompanied by a letter of transmittal from Alice French to Alexander Morse. Also, fourteen handwritten "true copies" of marriage and death records of various Beauregard family members. The copies all date from the year 1932 and are stamped "St. Louis Cathedral Bureau of Records". The marriage and death records all date from the early 1800s, and are likely from Beauregard's father's side of the family. Cabinet card image of a girl circa 1880s with a New Orleans studio photostamp and identified as "M T Beauregard 12 ans" on the verso. A printed invitation issued to Mrs R T Beauregard and family to attend the laying of the cornerstone for the Bronze equestrian statue of General Beauregard on November 14, 1919, along with a postcard of said statue. 1913 imprint titled "General Beauregard at Shiloh" by Y.R. Le Monnier, M.D., who was a participant in the Battle and author of multiple articles about the war. In the original wrappers, with heavy soiling to the bottom wrapper, and bits of paper loss from wormholes. Two copies of the "Proceedings in New Orleans, LA., and Charleston, S.C. relative to the Presentation of the Sword of Gen. Beauregard by his Grandson..." Charleston, S.C.: Walker, Evans & Cogswell Co., Printers; 1893. One copy lacking wrappers.

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