|Collection||Miscellaneous Manuscripts Box 4|
|Scope & Content||One typed letter, two handwritten letters, and one field book are included in the folder. The typed letter is dated Nov. 14, 1902 from the assistant general passenger agent, MacDonnell, to George W. Wilson. The letter is in regards to establishing a Florida Historical Society. The top of the letter reads "Seaboard Air Line Railway". The first handwritten letter on lined paper is from H.R. Fairbanks to Wilson on Nov. 10, 1902. The second handwritten letter is also written to Wilson about a Florida Historical Society. Also, a leather "Field Book 360" reads on the front inside cover "Robt. O. Beatty. Buffalo, N.Y." and includes information from various cities in Florida such as Tampa and Lakeland|
|Physical characteristics||To George W. Wilson.|
|Creator||Fairbanks, George Rainsford|
|Other Creators||Wilson, George W.|
|Year Range from||1902.0|
Wilson, George W.
Fairbanks, George R.
|Cataloged by||Veronica Birmingham|
|Subjects||Florida Historical Society; - Reorganization - 1902.|