Letters to W. S. Harris,
Scope and Content
The collection contains three letters to W. S. Harris, two by John Puller (July and August 1863) and one by D. C. Cahill(?) (April 1863). Puller's letters, written from Petersburg, Virginia, discuss a series of business transactions (the buying and selling of farm animals and equipment) between Puller and Harris. The letter from Cahill, written at Camp Narrows, talks about Harris helping to send or bring Cahill new pants and a new coat.
- 1863 - 1863
- Cahill(?), D. C. (Person)
Collection is open for research.
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0.1 Cubic Feet (1 folder)
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The collection contains three letters to W. S. Harris, two by John Puller (July and August 1863) and one by D. C. Cahill(?) (April 1863).
The collection is arranged in chronological order.
The Letters to W. S. Harris was acquired by Special Collections prior to 2006.
The processing, arrangement, and description of the Letters to W. S. Harris was completed in September 2013.
- Letters to W. S. Harris, 1863
- Special Collections Staff
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