Commenting on the status of surveying projects, in an autograph letter, signed 3 May 1845, from Baton Rouge, to his brother Henry Waller, also a surveyor, at the Louisiana Surveyor General's office in Donaldson, Louisiana; also included in the letter are two passages written by Waller's mother, concerning plans for her visit.; Accompanied by contemporary manuscript copies of two 1849 letters to President Zachary Taylor, one from Henry Waller applying for the position of Surveyor General of Louisiana, the other a letter of recommendation for that post from Lt. Philip Hicky

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