In the letter Thomas discusses recent and upcoming battles against the Union forces; illness, food, and activities in the camp; and the sale and security of property at home. He asks repeatedly to hear from his friends and family. During the Civil...
In the first letter, written February 17, 1919, Owen thanks Pahnke for the material he has sent, and he asks him to gather postcards, pamphlets, weapons, and uniforms to add to the collections at the Archives. He also discusses events in...
In the telegram Owen explains that the governor of Alabama and the mayor of Montgomery would like for Tallulah to attend the Confederate veteran reunion on June 2. She encourages her niece to participate: "It would make good national publicity as...
In the letter Owen admonishes her niece for her recent interview with Gladys Hall of Motion Picture magazine, and she comments on the status of Tallulah's career: "Now of course I take it for granted that you were having a lark with the reporter...
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