General Robert E. Lee Framed Signature with CDV

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Crisp ink signature, “R. E. Lee,” on an off-white 2.5 x .75 lightly-lined slip affixed to a slightly larger card. Nicely mounted, matted, and framed with a carte-de-visite of Lee to an overall size of 10.25 x 13. In fine condition. 

Note: There is a small nick on the upper left frame itself but the rest of the frame is in perfect condition. This is an impressively nice display piece for your collection. 

A full Letter of Authenticity from PSA/DNA can be purchased for this item for an additional fee of $100. The LOA will be shipped within 14 days of item purchase. Please contact me for details either prior to purchase or after. Thank you. 

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General William Barksdale Cut Signature


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Clip autograph, dated 1/6/58 as U.S. Member of Congress. Very fine. Rare. 

William Barksdale (1821-63), Brig. General, CSA (TN/MS). 1st Manassas, Peninsula campaign, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg (MWIA).

 

 

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Confederate General Samuel Cooper Clipped Signature

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Pre-war clip “S. Cooper”. Clip has been attached to a larger piece of paper. Overall fine with a verticle fold running through part of his signature.

 

 

 

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Confederate General Basil Duke Signature

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Large card signed “Sincerely Yours, Basil W. Duke, Louisville, January 14th 1912.” Beautiful bold signature. Very fine and highly suitable for framing. Card measures 4 ½ x 3 ½ .

Basil W. Duke (1838-1916), Brigadier General, CSA (KY). John H. Morgan’s cavalry and brother-in-law. Shiloh (WIA). CSA Treasury Train escort (1865).

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Confederate General Fitzhugh Lee CDV & War-Date Endorsement Signed

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Civil War Confederate Major General Fitzhugh Lee CDV & War-Date Endorsement Signed. Fitz Lee was one of the most popular Confederate Generals during the war. His post-war signed items are quite plentiful, with him usually signing those items “Fitzhugh Lee”. War-Date items such as this are very scarce. During the war, Lee’s signed military documents with the shorter “Fitz Lee”.  Included in this lot are:

– Carte de visite photograph, half length pose of Lee in the uniform of a Confederate General. Backstamp by Anthony, New York.

– Scarce War-date A.E.S. cut from a document, 2 1/2″ x 3 1/2″, in full:”Hdqtrs Lees Cav Div / June 27 1864 / Respect forwarded with recommendation that election be confirmed / Fitz Lee / Maj Gen Comdg”.

This item was professionally framed to a size of 13″ x 11″. It is double matted, with conservation glass, and photo corners, NOT tape were used to secure the items in place.

 

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Confederate General John T. Morgan Cut Signature

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“Jno. T. Morgan”, in ink. Off white slip is attached to a larger brown piece of paper. Overall slip measures 4 ½ x 1 ¼ . Overall fine with some ink bleed through from verso. Scattered toning.

General in the Confederate Army during the Civil War (1824-1907) and Senator from Alabama. 

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General Jubal A. Early ALS

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Civil War Confederate General Jubal A. Early Autograph Letter Signed. Rocky Mount, VA: 20 January 1841. 1 page letter in ink signed “JA Early” on a financial matter. Usual folds, visible split and wear along two folds, a nice early example of his signature/handwriting. Framed with photo to an overall size of 12.5 X 15.5. Frame shows some wear. 

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Confederate Generals Bryan Grimes and John B. Gordon War Date DS, 6th Alabama.

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Very rare and desirable Confederate document form. Document Signed (DS), 2 pages, 8 X 10, Army of the Confederate States, Certificate of Disability for Discharge imprint for 6th Alabama Infantry soldier (Samuel G. Miller, Co. G). Reason for the discharge given by the Asst. Surgeon and the Captain of the unit G.H. Thompson. Various Rodes Divison officers signatures including Bryan Grimes (Hd. Qts. Rodes Div. 20 Feb. 1865) signed with rank as Brig. Genl. Comg.); John B. Gordon (Head Qts, 2 A. Corps, Feb. 21, 1865, signed with rank as Maj. Genl. Comdg.); Col. Walter Taylor by order of Genl. Lee. and others. Bryan Grimes is an exceptionally rare autograph.

Bryan Grimes (1828-80), Maj. General, CSA (NC). Seven Days, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville (WIA), Gettysburg, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, 1864 Shenandoah Valley campaign, Appomattox campaign.

John B. Gordon (1831-1901), Maj. General, CSA (GA). Sharpsburg (WIA), Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Monocacy, Cedar Creek, Appomattox.

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General John Bankhead Magruder Signature with Sentiment

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Large Clip autograph with sentiment. Some blotching to ink and scattered toning and soiling. Overall fine. A nice item to frame. Measures 4 ½ X 2 3/4 . 

Career army officer who served in the Mexican-American War, as a Confederate general in the Civil War, and as a postbellum general in the Imperial Mexican Army.

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Confederate Secretary of the Treasury Christopher G. Memminger Cut Signature

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The secretary signs his autograph in a large, clear hand. This autograph comes directly from Captain J. William Bushby’s personal collection.

Politician (1803–1888) who served as the first secretary of the treasury for the Confederate States of America. 

More Information: Very early in the Civil War, President Lincoln developed and implemented the Union blockade, which covered over 3,500 miles and threatened Southern ports along the Atlantic and Gulf coast. Blockade runners were usually commanded and manned by British naval officers, such as Captain Bushby, a Confederate sympathizer and commander of the steamer Calypso

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Confederate General Gustavus W. Smith Card Signed

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In ink, with the card measuring 4 ½ x 2 ¾ . “Gustavus W. Smith”. Overall fine with mild toning. Suitable for framing. Photo not included. 

Smith’s home state of Kentucky became a border state when the Civil War broke out in 1861. Some months afterward, he presented himself at Richmond to serve the Confederate States of America. Commissioned as a major general on September 19, he served in Northern Virginia as a divisional and “wing” commander, and fought in the Battle of Seven Pines near Richmond during the Peninsula Campaign.

On May 31, 1862, Smith briefly took command of what would become the Army of Northern Virginia after Gen.Joseph E. Johnston was wounded, due to his being the senior major general in Johnston’s army. However, Jefferson Davis replaced him with Robert E. Lee the following day, June 1. On June 2, Smith became ill and took a leave of absence to recuperate.[2]

In late August, Smith returned and took command of the defenses around Richmond, which was expanded to become the Department of North Carolina & Southern Virginia in September. In addition, he acted as interim Confederate States Secretary of War from November 17 through November 21, 1862.

He resigned his commission as a major general on February 17, 1863, and became a volunteer aide to General P.G.T. Beauregard for the rest of that year. Smith was also the superintendent of the Etowah Iron Works in 1863 until June 1, 1864, when he was commissioned a major general in the Georgia state militia and commanded its first division until the end of the war.[1] -Wikipedia

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Confederate General Simon Buckner Card Signed

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In ink; “Very Truly yours, S.B. Buckner.” Dated Feb. 28th, 1886. A very nice example, with the card affixed to another slightly larger card. Overall size measures 3 ¾ x 2 ½ . Overall in fine condition and perfect for framing.

Confederate general (1823–1914) best remembered for submitting to Grant’s famous demand for unconditional surrender at the Battle of Fort Donelson.

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Varina Davis Autograph Note Signed 


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Signed in the Text, “Mrs. Jefferson Davis,” March 21 [1869]. Mrs. Davis wrote this on her personal letterhead while visiting England to Mrs. Bushby, accepting an invitation. In a bold hand on clean paper, accompanied by the original transmittal envelope addressed in Mrs. Jefferson’s hand.

Condition: Overall condition is excellent, with all pieces very clean with bold ink.

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General William E. “Grumble” Jones, Receipt Signed, KIA

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Jones, William E. (1824-1864). CSA General. 1p,  2 x 6.25 in., receipt signed. Condition: Light foxing but otherwise fine.

About:

William Edmondson Jones (1824-1864) was born in Virginia and educated at Emory and Henry College where he earned a Master of Arts degree and USMA (1848, 10/38, Cullum 1378). Too late for Mexico, after graduation Jones first went to Missouri and Kansas, then to Washington/Oregon region where he fought Indians for two years. After 1851 he was primarily in Texas until his resignation in 1857 with the rank of 1st Lieut., regiment mounted rifles. It was at this rank that he signed this receipt (“Lieut. RMR & A.A.C.S.”).

JEB Stuart, having graduated from USMA in 1854 (and had also attended Emory and Henry College, though a bit younger than Jones) along with Fitzhugh Lee, was also assigned to Texas in the US Regiment of Mounted Rifles. (Robert E. Lee was appointed superintendent of the Academy in 1852, and Stuart became a personal friend of the Lee family.) The three men likely began their association in Texas. Jones resigned in 1857 and returned to farming in Virginia.

Then came secession. When the ordinance was signed by Virginia, Jones had already raised a company of cavalry, known as the Washington Mounted Rifles, at the rank of Captain. He joined Stuart in the Shenandoah and participated in the first battle at Manassas. The discipline of his cavalry caught the attention of General J.E. Johnston, who recommended Stuart for a brigade command and promotion of Jones to colonel and Fitzhugh Lee to lieut. colonel. Jones was voted out of his position the following year, possibly as a result of his terrible disposition, which earned him the nickname “Grumble.” He was still an able commander and so was reassigned to the 7th regiment. He fought in the second Manassas campaign, Brandy Station and other major battles. He was promoted to brigadier general on Nov. 8, 1862, given command of the “Laurel brigade,” then a month later assigned to command of the Valley District, having been chosen by Stonewall Jackson for the position.

With the spring campaign he made a raid on the B&O railroad west of Cumberland, inflicting significant damage. He covered Lee’s rear and flank as the ANV advanced into Pennsylvania.

The following spring Jones had a falling out with Stuart and was sent to southwest Virginia. In late May he was given command of the department (SW VA) in Breckinridge’s absence. The region was in great turmoil with a number of Union incursions. In early June he faced Hunter’s Union forces at Piedmont. In the ensuing fight, on June 5, Jones was killed.

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Confederate General Wade Hampton Cut Signature

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Ink signature on a small slip measuring 2” x 4”. “Wade Hampton, So. Ca.” Overall very fine. A beautiful and crisp signature. 

Confederate military officer and politician (1818–1902) who replaced J. E. B. Stuart as Lee’s Chief of Cavalry following Stuart’s death on the battlefield. Hampton later served as governor and senator from South Carolina.

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Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston Cut Signature

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“J. E. Johnston” written in ink. Strong and crisp. Very fine. Overall measurement of clip is 3 ¼ X 1 ¼. Highly suitable for framing.

 

 

 

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Confederate General James Longstreet War Date ALS

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Here is a superb early-war dated Autograph Letter Signed (ALS), 1 page, 8vo., Taylor’s (Manassas,VA area), 12/6/61 with notation by Genl. G.T. Beauregard and signed with his initials at the bottom. Very Fine overall and would be absolutely a gem to frame. Great piece of history with two important Confederate Generals signing!

 

“My Dear General

                        But two of the Redouts have been set apart for the batteries of My Division. I have ordered sheds over the embrasures of these and blackened logs (fake) put in there: no others. If you desire me to have others fixed please advise me.

                                                                                        Very Sincerely Yours

                                                                                                         J.Longstreet

                                                                                                               Maj.Genl.

Genl. G. T. Beauregard

Ans. arrange all to be garrisoned by the 2nd Division. G.T.B. (Beauregard).”

 

About Longstreet:

James Longstreet (1821-1904), Lieutenant General, CSA (SC/GA) Lee’s “War Horse”. 1st Manassas, Peninsula campaign, Second Manassas, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, Chickamauga, Knoxville, Wilderness (WIA), Appomattox.

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Confederate General Adley Gladden War Time Cut Signature 

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Large clip autograph as Brig. Genl. Comdg. 1st Brigade (Withers Division). Overall very good with toning, soiling and small folds. Measures 3 X 2. Gladden was mortally wounded at the Battle of Shiloh in April 1862. Photo not included. 

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Confederate General Alphaeus Baker War Date AES

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War date AES on blue paper affixed to a slightly larger white card. The General writes: “respectfully forwarded for the consideration of the Comd’g General” dated July 21/63. Signed “Alphaeus Baker, Col. 50th Ala Regt.” Overall very fine with crisp and clear writing. Light toning. Beautiful. 

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Confederate General Williams Carter Wickham War-Date Autograph Letter Signed

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A fascinating Civil War-dated ALS signed “W. C. Wickham,” four pages, lightly-lined on two adjoining sheets, 7.75 x 9.75, no date but circa 1863. A letter to Lucy, in part:

“I have received orders to move up to Culpepper C. H. to be held in reserve in case a large cavalry force should be required there. It is awful use then in which to move and as my wagons are all out I shall wait a day or two before I get out, not leaving here before Thursday or Friday morning. You can not tell how painful this order was to me as it takes me so much further from you all. Where I am I feel as if you are near me all the time…I must make the best I can of it and be contented. My pen and ink get on so laboriously that I have to move to the pencil. On yesterday I went down to see Gen. Stuart and stayed with him yesterday on account of the storm, coming back today. I had a very pleasant visit. I am very fond of the Gen. and like him more and more every time am with him. Cook had been to Hayfield a few days before and says your uncle Wm. is better but quite feeble. The Yankees are withdrawing a large portion, if not the whole of their forces from before Fredericksburg but what is their purpose I have no idea. Stuart is evidently anxious for a northward trip but I do not think he has force enough to do anything efficient. Gen. Lee through he has unbounded influence over him outside of his powers to control him will keep him in check and not allow him to make the expedition unless he is satisfied that it will be right.”wickham5

In fine condition with scattered toning, staining and paper loss. This letter provides an incredible window into the Virginia Campaign and is an important piece of history. Rarely do we get such a detailed and personal glimpse into the life of an important Confederate Cavalry Commander such as this. Photo not included.

After incurring wounds at Williamsburg and then later at Sharpsburg, a convalescing Wickham and his regiment marched headlong into the battles of Chancellorsville, Brandy Station and Gettysburg. Ordered to move to the Culpepper Court House as a means of support for Maj. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart’s headquarters, Wickham was promoted to brigadier general in September of 1863. 

Wickham was a Judge, politician, and an important Confederate cavalry general (1820–1888) who fought in the Virginia campaigns during the Civil War.

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Confederate General Robert F. Hoke Autograph Note Signed

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Carolina Life Insurance Company financial statement, Raleigh, NC, 1 June 1870. 4pp, 8.5 x 11 in., listing Jefferson Davis as President of the company, an office he took on in 1869. On the last page is a note: Shall be glad to see you at my office when you come to Raleigh, and pleased to insure your life. Your’s Truly &ct. R.F. Hoke.” Condition: Folds as expected, else very good. Ink a bit light, but very readable.

Robert Frederick Hoke (1837-1912) was born in Lincoln County, NC. He enlisted as soon as war was “official.” He was commissioned into the 1st NC Vol. Infy., Co. K, as 2nd lieut. and worked his way through the ranks (major 8.1.61; lt. col. 1.17.62; col. 8.5.62) becoming brigadier general in Jan. 1863 and major general in April 1864. Even Union Generals such as Grant acknowledged Hoke’s coolness under fire and effectiveness as an officer.  He took over leadership of the 33rd NC when its colonel, C.M. Avery, was captured at the Battle of New Bern. With this unit he fought at the second Battle of Manassas and Antietam. When Avery returned Hoke was given command of the 21st NC. He fought at Fredericksburg and was wounded at Marye’s Heights in the Battle of Chancellorsville.

While he was recovering, Isaac Avery took command of the unit.Hoke returned in Jan. 1864, resuming his competent field command, especially repulsing Union forces that threatened Richmond and Petersburg. He served with distinction at Cold Harbor and other battles before moving to North Carolina. His forces held William T. Sherman until overwhelmed with superior numbers. He surrendered with Johnston at the end of April. 

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General Earl Van Dorn War Date Cut Signature with Rank

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Cut autograph, in ink; “Earl Van Dorn, Maj. Genl”. Clip measures: 4” x 1 ½” Overall fine with vertical folds passing through his name. Scattered toning. Rare. 

The general was a West Point graduate and like many of his contemporaries, saw service in the Mexican War as well as on the Texas frontier. The general’s Civil War military prowess was certainly subject to criticism but his reputation for being a lady’s man was never questioned. 

The emotional Confederate general was murdered on May 7, 1863 at his Tennessee headquarters by a civilian doctor who claimed that Van Dorn had an affair with is wife.

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Confederate General Dabney H. Maury War Date Endorsement Signed

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Clip Endorsement Signed “D.H. Maury” measuring 3 ¾ X 2 1/8th. Dated April 2nd, 1863.  The General signs just a few months prior to the fall of Vicksburg. Overall fine with scattered toning. Affixed to a slightly larger piece of brown paper. Highly suitable for framing.

Confederate general and military author and historian (1822–1900) who fought at Corinth, Vicksburg, and Mobile. 

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Confederate General Robert H. Chilton War Date Signature

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The General writes: “R. H. Chilton” on one page, with rank and dated January 31, 1863. Folds to page, overall fine. Chilton was a Confederate brigadier general who served as the Chief of Staff for the Army of Northern Virginia under Robert E. Lee (1815–1879). Overall fine with a verticle fold passing through the letter “H” in his middle name. This autograph comes directly from Captain J. William Bushby’s personal collection. Great for framing. 

 

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General Albert Pike War Date Autograph Endorsement Signed

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Clipped Autograph Endorsement Signed “Albert Pike”. In fine condition with typical wear and toning. Overall size of clip measures 5” x 1 ¼”. Rare. 

 

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General Fitzhugh Lee Card Signed

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Featured here is an impeccable card signed by famed CSA Cavalry commander Fitzhugh Lee, nephew of Robert E. Lee. Signed as U.S. Consul General, Havana, Cuba. In extremely fine condition. Perfect for framing with a nice photo of the General (photo not included). A beautiful example.

Fitzhugh Lee was born in 1835 and died in 1903. He was Major General, CSA and USA (Spanish- American War) from Virginia. He was CSA Cavalry commander and fought in various battles including Sharpsburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 1864 Shenandoah Valley campaign, etc.

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Confederate General John C. Pemberton Clipped Signature

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Clipped signature in ink “John C. Pemberton.” Overall very fine. Small cut measures 3/4 ” x 3”. Overall very fine. Nice crisp ink. Photo not included.

Confederate general (1814–1881) remembered for his defeat and surrender at the Siege of Vicksburg.

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Confederate General Pierre G. T. Beauregard Cut Signature

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Large autograph “G.T. Beauregard.” The General writes below from New Orleans in 1881. Beautiful, bold and crisp, overall very fine. Clip Measures 4 ½ x 2. Highly suitable for framing.

 

 

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Confederate General William Mahone Cut Signature

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Large, bold ink signature with Year and State (1882/Virginia). Clip measures  3 ½ x 1 ¾ . Very fine. Beautiful signature and ideal for framing. Photo not included.

Confederate major general (1826–1895) who distinguished himself during the Siege of Petersburg. 

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Confederate General Jubal Early Autograph Letter Signed

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Here is a nice ALS signed “J. A. Early,” one page, 5.75 x 9, December 5, 1889. Letter to a gentleman. In part: “Your letter, addressed to me at New Orleans and containing some printed cards, has been forwarded to me where I live, and I hereby tender you my return for the same.” Central vertical and horizontal folds and a couple small stains, otherwise fine condition. Perfect for framing. Photo not included. 

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