Civil War Letter
In this letter, Maggie mentions that his regiment has been under marching orders and has recently been through Pea Ridge, Bolivar, Shiloh, and Memphis, Tennessee, where he is currently encamped. The author is extremely concerned with the lack of response from his recipient, Mrs. Sylvia (possibly Julia) Kimbler, and emphasizes that this will be his last letter unless he receives post from her.
- 1862 June 20
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0.1 Linear Feet
This letter is addressed to Mrs. Sylvia (possibly Julia) Kimbler from Union soldier Maggie in Memphis, Tennessee. The author mentions a few details about the movement of his regiment and inquires as to why Mrs. Kimbler has not yet responded to his four previous letters.
The author of this letter, signed Maggie, was a Union soldier stationed briefly in Memphis, Tennessee.
Collection consists of a single folder.
This collection was purchased on 2007 August 22.