In the letter Bullen reports the number of animals in his battery and the amount of forage he has received for them. He also mentions that he does "not know of any carelessness, or neglect on the part of the Quartermaster."
Ed P. Webb worked for S. S. Webb and Company of Mobile, Alabama. In the statement, he discusses how the company obtained and stored the cotton, and how they received the news that the it had been seized. He also describes the efforts that he and S....
Perry, a sailor on the U.S.S. Olympia, served as a signal quartermaster during World War I. In this letter to his former teacher, he discusses his desire to be discharged in order to finish his education.
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