<br /> Lee Letter: wl190

Washington and Lee University

Sender: J. W. Dunlap
Recipient: Robert E. Lee

Sir

I have determined to go to your School next sesion if every thing works as I expect, and therefore take this oportunity to enquire into your charges and time the school commences; you will please let me know at once what it will cost for a sesion of ten months, board and books included and whether there is conveyance from Salem to your place, and if so whether it is better than by Lynchburg.

I have been a student of Emory and Henry College for the last five months and only change becaus I am partial to your School, if a letter from the faculty of Emory and Henry to show my standing at that School is necessary let me know. In a word, I want to know every thing that will be of importance to me.

Respectfully

J. W. Dunlap

Address J. W. Dunlap Red Sul Springs Monroe County W.V.

Notes:

Robert E. Lee CollectionLeyburn Library, Washington and Lee University

Endorsed by Lee: “W.V. 15 June ’66 J. W. Dunlap Circular 21 June Sent.”