Thomas Landers Letter
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of a letter written by Thomas Landers, a private in the 16th Massachusetts Volunteers during the American Civil War, to his parents. In the letter, Landers comments on camp life during the war and the rescuing of escaped slaves in Virginia near Fortress Monroe. The partial transcription of the letter can be found in the finding aid/box list section below.
- Creation: 1862 February 20
- Landers, Thomas (Person)
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0.01 Linear Feet
Acc. 2015.179 was received by Special Collections in May 2015. This item was purchased with generosity from the Hooker Fund.
20 cm x 12.5 cm
Accessioned and minimally described by Steven Bookman, University Archives Specialist, in August 2015.
- Guide to the Thomas Landers Letter
- Finding Aid Authors: Steven Bookman, University Archives Specialist.
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English