HANDWRITTEN NOTE BY GENERAL WILLIAM T. SHERMAN

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Item Code: 1152-16

This small slip of paper in fair condition meas. approx. 3.75 x 2.50 inches and is all written and signed in General Sherman’s hand. The top edge has some chipping and there is a tear that runs ¾ of the way down the page but none of these effects the legibility. The undated note reads

“To Genl. Belknap

Thanks for your inquiry. I do not regard myself as sick but Dr. Morris thinks I should be quiet a couple of days.

W. T. Sherman”

Back of the paper is blank. Item comes with half of one of General Sherman’s calling cards. This is also chipped and in fair condition. Part of the letter “W” is visible and all of “…T. Sherman, General” can be seen. [ad] [ph:L]

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