PRISON-LIFE IN THE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE AT RICHMOND, BY A BALL’S BLUFF PRISONER

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By Lieut. Wm. C. Harris, of Col. Baker’s California Regiment. Published by George W. Childs, Philadelphia, PA., 1862. 175 pp. Green buckram, 7.5 x 5.5.”, with gilt spine lettering. Exhibits light wear at the extremities, else VG. This memoir reflects the lax, fairly comfortable condition in early an officer’s prison; good descriptions of Winder, Wirz, and other officials. Fine prison memoir. Scarce in this condition.

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