In the letter, Cram asks Walker to assist Bolling Hall as he travels to visit two of his sons, who have been wounded in battle. In notes at the end, Walker directs his employees to ensure Hall's "speedy transit to the battle field"; conductors are...
At the time the letter was written, Bemiss was serving as medical director of the Confederate Army of Tennessee, and Cross was an army surgeon. In the letter Bemiss, acting on the orders of General Hood, commands Cross to dismantle the hospital...
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