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NOVEMBER 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—BREVET BRIGADIER  GENERAL  ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE INFANTRY

NOVEMBER 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE INFANTRY

The letter below is one of a series of 27 letters written by Colonel Dyer to his wife Lydia between August 31, 1862 and August 11, 1865. A resident of Skowegan, ME, 42 year-old Captain Isaac Dyer was… (1097-195). Learn More »

OCTOBER 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—BREVET BRIGADIER  GENERAL  ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE INFANTRY

OCTOBER 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE INFANTRY

The letter below is one of a series of 27 letters written by Colonel Dyer to his wife Lydia between August 31, 1862 and August 11, 1865. A resident of Skowegan, ME, 42 year-old Captain Isaac Dyer was… (1097-194). Learn More »

OCTOBER 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—BREVET BRIGADIER  GENERAL  ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE INFANTRY

OCTOBER 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE INFANTRY

The letter below is one of a series of 27 letters written by Colonel Dyer to his wife Lydia between August 31, 1862 and August 11, 1865. A resident of Skowegan, ME, 42 year-old Captain Isaac Dyer was… (1097-193). Learn More »

OCTOBER 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—BREVET BRIGADIER  GENERAL  ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE INFANTRY

OCTOBER 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE INFANTRY

The letter below is one of a series of 27 letters written by Colonel Dyer to his wife Lydia between August 31, 1862 and August 11, 1865. A resident of Skowegan, ME, 42 year-old Captain Isaac Dyer was… (1097-192). Learn More »

OCTOBER 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—BREVET BRIGADIER  GENERAL  ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE INFANTRY

OCTOBER 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE INFANTRY

The letter below is one of a series of 27 letters written by Colonel Dyer to his wife Lydia between August 31, 1862 and August 11, 1865. A resident of Skowegan, ME, 42 year-old Captain Isaac Dyer was… (1097-191). Learn More »

JUNE 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—BREVET BRIGADIER  GENERAL  ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE INFANTRY

JUNE 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE INFANTRY

The letter below is one of a series of 27 letters written by Colonel Dyer to his wife Lydia between August 31, 1862 and August 11, 1865. A resident of Skowegan, ME, 42 year-old Captain Isaac Dyer was… (1097-184). Learn More »

MAY 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—BREVET BRIGADIER  GENERAL  ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE INFANTRY

MAY 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE INFANTRY

The letter below is one of a series of 27 letters written by Colonel Dyer to his wife between August 31, 1862 and August 11, 1865. A resident of Skowegan, ME, 42 year-old Captain Isaac Dyer was placed… (1097-183). Learn More »

JUNE 1864 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—HENRY F. PRINDLE, Co. “B”, 5th CONNECTICUT INFANTRY; WRITTEN WHILE LYING IN LINE OF BATTLE DURING ATLANTA CAMPAIGN

JUNE 1864 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—HENRY F. PRINDLE, Co. “B”, 5th CONNECTICUT INFANTRY; WRITTEN WHILE LYING IN LINE OF BATTLE DURING ATLANTA CAMPAIGN

Dated “In line of battle (near) Marietta Georgia, 10 O’clock A.M. June 24th 1864.” Addressed to “Dear sister Margarett.” 4 pp. in clear pencil on lined paper, 5” x 8. Exhibits fold-marks,… (2021-101). Learn More »

PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY AND CAVALRY SOLDIERS’ ARCHIVE FROM THE WALLACE FAMILY: SOLDIER LETTERS, ARMED TINTYPE, RARE BLAKESLEE CARTRIDGE BOX FOR THE SPENCER, ETC.

PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY AND CAVALRY SOLDIERS’ ARCHIVE FROM THE WALLACE FAMILY: SOLDIER LETTERS, ARMED TINTYPE, RARE BLAKESLEE CARTRIDGE BOX FOR THE SPENCER, ETC.

This grouping contains 25 camp letters from eight Pennsylvania soldiers, along with miscellaneous covers, and minor post-war pension correspondence: Benjamin Wallace, Co. “D”, 11th PA Cavalry… (217-239). Learn More »

JAN. 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER - PRIVATE HENRY L. COOLEY, CO. “C”. 2ND VERMONT INFANTRY

JAN. 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER - PRIVATE HENRY L. COOLEY, CO. “C”. 2ND VERMONT INFANTRY

Dated “Camp Griffin, January 1, 1863.” Addressed to “Dear Father.” 3 pp. in ink on unlined paper. Exhibits fold-marks, else VG. Henry Cooley was a resident of Brattleboro, Vermont, mustered as… (2021-98). Learn More »

UNIDENTIFIED 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER - UNKNOWN HEAVY ARTILLERY REGT

UNIDENTIFIED 1863 UNION SOLDIER LETTER - UNKNOWN HEAVY ARTILLERY REGT

Dated “Washington DC / September 15, 1863.” Addressed to “Cousin Lee.” 3 pp.  in faded ink on lined  paper, 5” x  8.  Exhibit fold-marks & touches of foxing. Else Good-plus. This… (2021-81). Learn More »

UNION SOLDIER LETTER — PRIVATE WILLIAM H. BORDEN, JR., CO. “B”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

UNION SOLDIER LETTER — PRIVATE WILLIAM H. BORDEN, JR., CO. “B”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

Dated “Camp near Bermuda Hundred / May the 25th / ’64.” Addressed to—"Friend Fannie”. Four pages in ink on lined paper, 5” x 8. Exhibits fold-marks, else VG. Nineteen year-old William H.… (1094-34). Learn More »

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

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

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… (1054-2259). Learn More »

PRE-WAR BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE – R ICHMOND/NEW YORK , w/COVER

PRE-WAR BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE – RICHMOND/NEW YORK , w/COVER

Dated “Richmond 4th September 1860.” Cover address: ”WRW Cameron / New York. Addressed to “WRW Cameron Dear Sir” One page in ink on light-blue lined stationery, 7.5” x 10.  Exhibits… (1054-2258). Learn More »

UNION SOLDIER DOCUMENT—JOSEPH OSBOLE, CO. “D”, 101st NEW YORK INFANTRY

UNION SOLDIER DOCUMENT—JOSEPH OSBOLE, CO. “D”, 101st NEW YORK INFANTRY

Dated “Washington, March 24, 1863.” Addressed to “Your Excellency”. 2 pp. in ink on lined paper, 5” x 8. Exhibits fold-marks, lightly faded, while remaining entirely legible. Joseph… (1054-2243). Learn More »

ALS BREVET MAJOR GENERAL JAMES SANKS BRISBIN, U.S.V., 5th USCT [REBEL GUERRILLA CHAMP FERGUSON]

ALS BREVET MAJOR GENERAL JAMES SANKS BRISBIN, U.S.V., 5th USCT [REBEL GUERRILLA CHAMP FERGUSON]

Dated “Headquarters U.S. Colored Troops, Lexington, KY Nov. 18, 1864.” Addressed to “My Dear Wife.” 3 pp. in ink on unlined paper. Exhibits fold-marks, else VG. James Brisbin was a talented… (2021-58). Learn More »

SECRETARY OF THE NAVY GIDEON WELLES — SIGNED LETTER

SECRETARY OF THE NAVY GIDEON WELLES — SIGNED LETTER

Dated “Navy Department / 1 September 1864.” Addressed to “Commander N. C. Bryant, U.S. Navy, Cedar Falls, Iowa.” Signed by “Gideon Welles” (Secretary of the Navy). Two pp.  in ink on… (2021-56). Learn More »

LETTER GROUP RELATED TO GETTYSBURG CASUALTY PRIVATE JAMES H. BARKHUFF, CO. “H”, 134TH NEW YORK INFANTRY – WOUNDED IN ACTION IN THE “BRICKYARD”/COSTER AVENUE FIGHT ON 7/1/1863, DIED 9/22/1863

LETTER GROUP RELATED TO GETTYSBURG CASUALTY PRIVATE JAMES H. BARKHUFF, CO. “H”, 134TH NEW YORK INFANTRY – WOUNDED IN ACTION IN THE “BRICKYARD”/COSTER AVENUE FIGHT ON 7/1/1863, DIED 9/22/1863

Consisting of three letters, one from Private Barkhuff to an uncle Henry Mickle sent prior to the Gettysburg, dated “Camp near Stafford Court House House / May 9th 1863.” One page in ink on… (224-501). Learn More »

WWI SILVER STAR CHAPLAIN LETTER W/MENTION OF COL. THEODORE ROOSEVELT, JR. — "CHAPLAIN ROBERT WILLIAMS, 26TH U.S. INFANTRY, AMERICAN E.F.”

WWI SILVER STAR CHAPLAIN LETTER W/MENTION OF COL. THEODORE ROOSEVELT, JR. — "CHAPLAIN ROBERT WILLIAMS, 26TH U.S. INFANTRY, AMERICAN E.F.”

Post-1918 Armistice, undated. 3 pp. in ink on unlined paper, 8” by 10.5. Final three pages of four-page letter. Exhibits fold-marks, else VG. Text: (26th U.S. Infantry marching to German occupation… (846-261). Learn More »

$450.00
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1902 THEODORE ROOSEVELT, EXECUTIVE ORDER, TLS

1902 THEODORE ROOSEVELT, EXECUTIVE ORDER, TLS

Dated “White House, January 17, 1902.” Signed by Roosevelt , w/endorsement to “William W. Blackmar /Dpmt Commander Mass.”  Accompanied by Navy Department letter, dated “January 21, 1902,”… (846-257). Learn More »

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SCARCE SPECIAL ORDER CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER BY ROBY, FOR HIS OWN CAVALRY TROOP: LT. JAMES A. DAVIS, LATE 2nd MASS, WIA ANTIETAM

We know of just three of these Roby cavalry officer’s sabers made for officers of the Spaulding Light Cavalry: one inscribed to E.S. Parkhurst, the troop’s 1st Lieutenant (Chelmsford Historical Society;) another to H.H. Emerson (Olpp collection;)… (870-156). Learn More »

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