Letter from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Miss Robie A. Phiney, Cazenovia, New York
Scope and Contents
Four page letter from an unnamed author to her sister. In it, she references family or friends who are under orders to march, anticipating a battle soon as a result. She also references the battle at Fort Donelson. Other portions of her letter refer to visits and communication with mutually known individuals, a literary club begun by women in her area in which she participates, and her dismay at the notion that her sister wants to buy wine glasses as she prefers her sibling to be a temperance woman as she remains.
- Creation: 1862 March 09
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Gift of Barranger & Company, Inc., 2019.
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