U.S. MILITARY TELEGRAPH - GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN

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Dated “7 pm: By Telegraph from Frederick [MD], July 7, 1863.”  Addressed to: “Maj. R. Williams.” Letterhead: “United States Military Telegraph.” One page, in ink 5” x 8.375. Exhibits fold-marks. Small old tape repair on reverse. Else near fine.

Text: “Gen. Griffin Col. Conall & Capt. Conall are safe. / S. Williams / aadj.”

Rare military telegraph with letterhead. General Griffin commanded a division of the Union 5th Corps during the latter half of the Gettysburg Campaign and commanded the Corps during the closing phase of the war.

Excellent Gettysburg campaign collectible. In protective sleeve.  [jp] [ph:L]

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