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An anonymous Confederate officer's letter, 1p. oblong 4to., Richmond, June 22, [1862?] concerning his arrival at the front and being well supplied while staying with Confederate Quarter Master General Abraham C. Myers, famed Jewish-American, at his Richmond residence, reading, in part: "I reached Richmond this morning. Lawlie [London Times Correspondent Francis E. Lawley] offers to forward this…I have just learned your box sent through Maj. Ferguson [most likely Major James Du Gue Ferguson of South Carolina] is in Richmond. I will send for it tomorrow…Lawlie brought me boots, gauntlets, gloves…& socks so with yours & his I will be well supplied. I have not had time to talk to L. about you. I must get him alone some night, as we are staying together at Mr. Myers-Farewell." Worthy of further research. Ft. Myers, Florida is named after Abraham. Near fine.
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A Confederate Officer Proudly Stops At Col. Abraham C. Myers Richmond Residence.

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Auction closed on Thursday, December 7, 2017.

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