1847 November 9. Chester B. White ALS to A. & H. Jenkins; Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Requesting a contract to manufacture rosewood and mahogany piano stools (includes response, which details the costs of manufacture). A printed, illustrated "Chester B. White, Bookseller & Stationer … " advertisement is located on the letter's cover.
1847 November 20. Chester B. White ALS to A. & H. Jenkins; Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Request for the manufacture of piano stools, which he would like sent by the steamer Mary Washington . Written on "White's Bookstore" stationery.
1848 August 22. Alex[ande]r Jones ALS to A. & H. Jenkins; Charlestown, [Virginia].
Regarding payment for a pulpit and desk, furnished for the Episcopal Church in Charlestown.
[before 1848 November 20]. Rich[ard] Baylor ALS to A. & H. Jenkins; Loretto, [Virginia].
Baylor states that he has not received Mr. Long's illustration of a bookcase or the estimated cost of its manufacture. Request for another copy.
1848 November 20. Rich[ar]d Baylor ALS to A. & H. Jenkins; Loretto, Virginia.
Baylor has received Mr. Long's sketches and wishes to have it built (at $200.00). Includes an additional request for a sofa ($45.00) and six chairs ($7.50 each).
1849 January 29. Rev. E. C. McGuire ALS to A. & H. Jenkins. Fredericksburg, [Virginia].
Regarding the construction of a table and chairs and requesting that crimson plush should be used, rather than the crimson damask.
1849 May 7. N[athl] S. White ALS to A. & H. Jenkins; Charlestown, [Virginia].
On behalf of the Episcopal Church, White expresses appreciation for A. & H. Jenkins' forbearance, iterating that the loss of their church and its furniture has compelled them to delay longer than they had desired.
1850 December 6. William A. Billups ALS to A. & H. Jenkins; Mathews County, [Virginia?].
Billups expresses appreciation for A. & H. Jenkins' patience respecting his bill. Also includes a query respecting the purchase of a looking glass.
1850 December 18. Rev. Harvey Stanley ALS to A. & H. Jenkins; St. Mary's County, Maryland.
The reverend states that Captain Bayre will present this letter, which contains specifications for the completion of an altar and railing.
1851 August 23. Henry [Britten?] ALS to A. & H. Jenkins; New York.
Enclosing a bill for mahogany board and plank [actual bill not present].