HANDWRITTEN CONFEDERATE CIRCULAR FROM THE ARMY OF TENNESSEE

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Item Code: 141-36

Circular is handwritten on a single sheet of manila paper that meas. approx. 5.00 x 8.00 inches and is headed “IN THE FIELD March 23, 1865.”

Ink is faint but readable and a modern transcription is present with the document. The circular discusses the need for Ordnance Officers of infantry, cavalry and artillery units to forward proper reports and requisitions. The order was issued Lt. Col. Archer Anderson of General Johnston’s staff.

Document is signed by a Lieutenant Halsey, Commanding Hart’s Battery showing that this copy of the circular belonged to this organization.

Overall condition is very good with one central vertical fold line.  [ad]

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