Ira H. Foster Letter
Kentucky Historical Society. Special Collections & Archives. Frankfort, Kentucky 40601-1931
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[Identification of item], Ira H. Foster Letter, 97SC90,Library Special Collections and Archives, Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort.
1 item (1 leaf); 27 cm.
Single item collection consisting of a Civil War letter, dated April 25, 1865. The letter was written by Ira H. Foster in Atlanta, to Colonel G.M. Lee. This document asks Lee, an aide-de-camp to Governor Brown, to go to Macon, and secure supplies for people devastated by Sherman's March to the Seas and the burning of Atlanta. Ira Foster was a Union Quartermaster General in Georgia.
Arrangement: Correspondence is arranged chronologically.
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