UNION SOLDIER LETTER - JOHN B. BUTLER [UNIDENTIFIED REGIMENT]

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Dated “Camp near Murfreesboro Tenn the 8th, 1863.” Addressed to “Dear Mother.”2pp. on patriotic stationery featuring an attractive blue cachet picturing a Union soldier standing against a background of flags and stacked weapons. 2 pp. in ink on unlined paper, 5 x 8.” Exhibits fold-marks, and slight yellowing. Much of the writing is somewhat  illegible.  Else VG.

Butler writes that he is “in good health and good spirits,” and,  regarding family,  states that if he lives through the war he “shall come & live with or near by my parents the rest of my life, but life is uncertain.” As indeed it is.

In protective sleeve.  [JP]  [ph:L]

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