TWO LETTER COVERS WITH STAMPS, DATED 1864, ID’D TO 5TH MICHIGAN CAVALRY SERGEANT

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Letter cover addressed to, “Wm. C. Weeks, Camp Parole, Annapolis M.D.” is pale yellow and features a three cent stamp (which has become unattached). It is postmarked, ”PLAINWELL MICH, SEPT. 4”. Reverse is marked, “A S WEEKS, AUG 21/64”. Soldier history is included.

Letter cover addressed to, “Sergt. William S. Weeks, Co. I. 5th Mich Cavalry, Camp Parole, Annapolis Maryland” is gold colored a features a three cent stamp. It is postmarked, “KALAMAZOO MICH, SEP 7”. Reversed is marked, “W B WILLIAMS, SEPT/64”.

Both envelopes measure 3” x 5 ¼”. Paper has yellowed with age and displays light surface dirt and smudges.    [sm]

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