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The Civil War
 Union Letters $50.00 or Less


1290 - 136TH NEW YORK VOL., ATLANTA CAMPAIGN, 8" X 10", October 1864, rations for liquor 1/2 ration for 250 men on the fortifications at Atlanta. Very fine.........................$49.00

1294 - 16TH NEW HAMPSHIRE VOL., 4 page latter from George C. Andrews, no date, with stamped cover, news letter, possibly incomplete but good content..........................$35.00

1295 - 9TH REGIMENT KENTUCKY VOL., December 3rd, 1863, form letter 8" X 10" paying the mother of a deceased soldier Daniel Martin $123.40. Martin had died of fever January 1862..............................................$45.00

1297 - 15TH NY ENGINEERS, March 17th, 1864, Volunteer Enlistment for Sylvester Mack a laborer who was paid $300 bounty, he served in the 15th NY Engineers. Very fine.......................................................$40.00

1298 - 1ST NEW YORK LIGHT ARTILLERY, Descriptive lists for clothing and pay, 10" X 20", Camp California, VA. February 17th, 1862 for Jasper Emblem. Very fine....................$30.00

1299 - 1ST NEW YORK LIGHT ARTILLERY, A month before Gettysburg, May 30th, 1863, 8" X 10" manuscript order ordering Captain Ames to assign as Sergeant as a temporary Hospital Assistant, pre-Gettysburg. Very fine.........................................$45.00

1301 - 19TH MICHIGAN VOLUNTEERS, ALSO 9TH MICHIGAN SERVICE, William Storrs, September 5th, 1863, short newsy letter in ink to his wife and children, Nashville, TN. Orders came to be mustered out, the Colonel says we may leave Sunday or Monday, my health is very good, pave patience for my return...........................................$49.00

1303 - 145TH ILLINOIS, Albert L. Platt, Rolla, MO. July 2nd, camp letter of two pages in ink, scarce Missouri datelined letter........................................$45.00

1304 - 8TH NEW YORK LIGHT ARTILLERY, David Finkle, May 15th, 1863, Camp Hamilton, 3 pages in ink, camp content to Miss Cecilia.........................................$45.00

1305 - 6TH MAINE LIGHT ARTILLERY, Henry E. Howard, October 17th, 1864, 2 pages in ink, mentions ambulances coming in with sick and wounded, with cover.............................$45.00

1306 - 46TH ILLINOIS VOL., Elias Baker, July 7th, 1865, Salubrity Springs, LA. 3 page letter in ink to aunt and uncle from Louisiana......................................$40.00

1307 - A WOMAN ATTEMPTS TO ARRANGE A RELATIONSHIP WITH A SOLIDER, Brooklyn, NY, January 20th, 1862, 4 pages ink, she answers an ad ran by a soldier in a newspaper, can cook, bake, wash, and knows how to appreciate a true soldier! Quite forward and unusual correspondence.........................................$39.00

1310 - NICE EMBOSSED PATRIOTIC LETTERSHEET, SOLDIER WRITES AT THE ENLISTMENT CAMP, June 21st, 1861, Camp Washington, Easton, PA, 3 page letter in pencil to his parents, a camp letter from a PA soldier Frederick. Red and blue tipped paper, embossed eagle on shield to left corner.................................................$45.00

1313 - THE 26TH NEW JERSEY COMING HOME, 7 page letter in ink from a Newark man, June 19th, 1863, "the 26th will return home today," soldiers and firemen will turn out to greet them and escort them to Upper Park, looks like the 4th of July, much excitement with the Rebels invading PA, recruiting downtown, flags and drums, regiments have volunteered for PA. A brass band will escort them, Captain Higginson and Bloomfield march to the depot, the 26th look rough, dirty, and lousy. The 26th NJ has just returned from Chancellorsville.......................................................$50.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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