In the letter Cale informs Mrs. Hopkins that the women in Independence have formed an organization for collecting items "for the benefit of sick soldiers." They have sent three boxes of supplies (mostly linens, clothing, and other textiles), which...
In the letter Harrison gives details about the impressment of slaves belonging to Mrs. M. A. Tarrant. Colonel Brooks had issued a complaint on her behalf against Harrison and John Mosely, who are responsible for collecting the slaves requested by...
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...
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