Letter from John Garland at Richmond, Virginia, to Herman Thorn, New York, concerning Herman Thorn Junior's gallantry in the Mexican War. ALS. December 31, 1847. Includes notes about John Garland, General William J. Worth ahd Herman Thom, Jr., who drowned in 1849.
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