G. Irvine Whitehead to Virginia Slater, 1862 January 5
Scope and Contents
A short letter, dated January 5, 1862, from G. Irvine Whitehead, First Lieutenant in Yorktown, Virginia, to Virginia Slater. The letter is a summons for Slater to appear before a court martial in Yorktown and give evidence in the trial of Jacob Hayes, a private in the 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry.
- Creation: 1862 January 5
- From the Collection: Ludwell Paradise, Lucy (Person)
- From the Collection: Lee, James (Person)
- From the Collection: Lee, Philip Ludwell (Person)
- From the Collection: Slater, Virginia Helena Lee (Person)
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From the Collection: 1.25 Linear Feet
From the Series: English