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<title>Letter to Chloe Unity Blair [a machine-readable transcription]
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<author>Booker, John
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<resp>Creation of machine-readable version:
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<name>Randolph K. Tibbits, Rice University Library
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<resp>Creation of digital images:
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<name>University of Virginia Special Collections Department
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<resp>Conversion to TEI.2-conformant markup:
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<name>Randolph K. Tibbits, Rice University Library
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<publisher>University of Virginia Library.
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<pubPlace>Charlottesville, Virginia
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<idno>Modern English, Boo2d29
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<p>Publicly-accessible
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<p n="public">URL: http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/modeng/modengB.browse.html
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<p>Publicly-accessible
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<p n=public>URL: http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/civilwar/booker/
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<date>1997
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<note>This text created as part of Course 26,
Introduction to Electronic Texts and Images,
Rare Book School 1997, University of Virginia.
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<note>Images of the manuscript have been included.
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<note>James and John Booker tend to use commas instead of periods to end
a sentence. In the modernized version of this letter, we have
regularized the punctuation in unambiguous cases.
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<author>John Booker
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<extent>2 pp.
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<idno>Manuscript copy consulted: University of Virginia Library call number MSS 11237
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<p>Prepared for the University of Virginia Library Electronic Text Center.
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<p>The lineation of the manuscript has been maintained and all end-of-line hyphens have been preserved.
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<p>The images exist as archived TIFF images, one or more JPEG versions for general use, and thumbnail GIFs.
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<p>Some keywords in the header are a local Electronic Text Center scheme to aid in establishing analytical groupings.
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<date>1862 April 29
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<date>August 1997
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<resp>corrector
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<name>Carolyn Fay and Lisa Spiro, Electronic Text Center
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<item>Corrected tagging and transcription errors, standardized
punctuation and spelling for the modernized version, and added
informational notes.
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