At the time this letter was written, Jackson was serving as a lieutenant colonel in the 47th Alabama Infantry. In it he discusses the recent Confederate defeat at Gettysburg. He describes in great detail the advance of his regiment during the...
In the first letter, written April 29, 1935, Searcy explains that she is submitting an application for "a territory that is not now being served but needs to be served" by the Authority. In the second letter, written June 26, 1935, she informs...
In the first letter, written April 29, 1935, Mrs. M. M. Lewis applies for electrification at her farm; she believes that "there will be a sufficient number of subscribers to justify a line along this route." In the second letter, written May 1,...
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