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Papers, 1862-1929

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 20, Folder: 1

Scope and Contents

The folder includes the following items:

Letter from Albert Swindler, Camp Berryville, to his wife, Boston, Culpeper County. 1862 November 25. Received his commission the previous night; now has good company; is sending 16 yards of calico for shirts. Includes envelope.

Series of referrals through the CSA chain of command regarding a case involving an enlisted man formerly in Captain Swindler's company. 1864 April 18-May 3.

Certificate from the Library of Congress for the gift of Mrs. H. M. Stanley of Captain Swindler's MS Vol. of morning reports, 1862 May-1863 March.


  • Creation: 1862-1929

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