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Letter from an unidentified author (the signature has been cut out) on notepaper from David McComb & Co’s, a cotton merchant and dealer in plantation machinery on 141 Main Street, Memphis, Tennessee, to Brother Washington, dated April 30, 1863. The letter discusses abolition, the Lincoln administration and an eventual Confederate victory. A transcription of the letter is available in the finding aid to the Civil War collection.
1863 April 30
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Correspondence., Memphis (Tenn.)
"David McComb & Co’s, Memphis, letter, 1863 April 30" (2021). Documents. 6.